Order-in-Council, Fisheries, May 28, 1868
|Order-in-Council (Marine and Fisheries) (1868)
May 30, 1868
|Canada Gazette, Volume I, Numbers 50 and 51Published in the|
And when so entered shall be subjected to such tests for ascertaining the quantity of Alcohol which they contain and the possibility of extracting it in a potable state, as the Honorable the Minister of Inland Revenue may approve, and the result of such tests as declared by the Officer or operator cntrusted therewith shall be final and conclusive, as to the amount of duty which such goods shall pay.
5. That any Bonded Manufactory licensed under the above recited Act, may be closed and the License forfeited whenever it is shown to the satisfaction of the Minister of Inland Revenue that there is just cause for believing that frauds upon the Revenue are perpetrated in connection with such Manufactory.
6. That in addition to the License fee named in the Act above cited, every person to whom a "Bonded Manufacturing License" is granted, shall pay to the Collector of Inland Revenue, in monthly instalments, such sums of money as shall be sufficient for the payment of the expenses incurred by the Inland Revenue Department for the effective supervision of the Manufactures carried on under such License, and for taking account of the dutiable articles consumed in such Manufacture, and of the articles produced therefrom. And the maximum sum to be so paid by the party aforesaid, shall, from time to time, be determined by the Minister of Inland Revenue, as he may deem necessary, and shall, as nearly as may be, be in proportion to the magnitude and general character of the business carried on under such License.
7. That Goods manufactured in Bond shall be removed from the apartments of the Manufactory, wherein they are manufactured, as soon as the whole process of manufacture is completed, and shall then be placed in apartments or store-rooms set apart for that purpose, wherein they shall be bonded in the manner required by the Excise Bonding Regulations made by Order in Council, dated the 27th day of April, 1868; and they shall be dealt with, in respect of their subsequent removal, exportation or entry for consumption, in accordance with the said Regulations.
GOVERNMENT HOUSE, OTTAWA,
Thursday, 28th day of May, 1868.
HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR GENERAL IN COUNCIL.
On the recommendation of the Honorable the Minister of Marine and Fisheries, and under the authority of the 19th Section of "The Fisheries Act," His Excellency in Council has been pleased to make the following Regulations:—
Herrings shall not be taken between the Fifteenth day of July and the Fifteenth day of October in any year, on the spawning ground, at the southern head of Grand Marian, in the Province of New Brunswick, within the following limits, that is to say:—Commencing at the eastern part of Seal Cove, including the two Inner Islands (so called) at a place known as Red Point, thence extending westerly along the coast to the southern head of Bradford's Cove, and extending one mile from the shore; and all nets or other fishing material, apparatus, tackle or gear used for catching Herrings on any part of the said ground during the period above described, shall be seized and confiscated; and every person so using the same shall be subject to fine or imprisonment.
The fishing for or catching of Salmon with swing nets in any of the waters of Canada is hereby forbidden.
Oysters shall not be fished for, caught or killed between the First day of June and the First day of September in any year.
WM. H. LEE,
Clerk Privy Council.
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