Air Navigation (Collection of Fees) Regulations, 1934.

 
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STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS, 1934. No. 361.

AIR NAVIGATION (COLLECTION OF FEES) REGULATIONS, 1934.

WHEREAS it is enacted by Section 3 of the Public Offices Fees Act, 1879, as adapted by or under the Adaptation of Enactments Act, 1922 (No. 2 of 1922), that the Minister for Finance may from time to time make regulations for certain purposes respecting fees in any public office, and amongst others for the purpose of regulating the manner in which such fees, taken in money, are to be taken, accounted for, and paid over:

AND WHEREAS the office of the Minister for Industry and Commerce is a public office within the meaning of the said Act:

AND WHEREAS by virtue of the Air Navigation (Collection of Fees) Order, 1934 (Statutory Rules and Orders, No. 360 of 1934), fees payable in the office of the Minister for Industry and Commerce under paragraph 87 and the Second Schedule of the Air Navigation (General) Regulations, 1930 (Statutory Rules and Orders, No. 26 of 1930) are to be collected in money:

NOW, therefore, the Minister for Finance in exercise of the powers conferred on him by Section 3 of the Public Offices Fees Act, 1879, as adapted by or under the Adaptation of Enactments Act, 1922 (No. 2 of 1922), and of any and every other power him in this behalf enabling hereby makes the following regulations, that is to say:—

1. These Regulations may be cited for all purposes as the Air Navigation (Collection of Fees) Regulations, 1934.

2. The Interpretation Act, 1889, applies to the interpretation of these regulations in like manner as it applies to the interpretation of an Act of the Oireachtas passed before the 1st day of January, 1924.

3. The fees payable in the office of the Minister for Industry and Commerce under paragraph 87 and the Second Schedule of the Air Navigation (General) Regulations, 1930 (Statutory Rules and Orders, No. 26 of 1930) and to be collected by virtue of the Air Navigation (Collection of Fees) Order, 1934 (Statutory Rules and Orders, No. 360 of 1934) in money, shall be taken in the following manner, that is to say:—

(a) if the amount of the fee does not exceed five...

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