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Part 8. Finance and Trade
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Chapter 8, Part 1

Finance and Trade Constitution Act

(8.1.) All revenues or moneys raised or received by the shall form one Consolidated Revenue Fund, to be appropriated for the purposes of the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia in the manner and subject to the charges and liabilities imposed by this Constitution.

(8.2.) The costs, charges, and expenses incident to the collection, management, and receipt of the Consolidated Revenue Fund shall form the first charge thereon; and the revenue of Australia shall in the first instance be applied to the payment of the expenditure of the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia.

(8.3.) No money shall be drawn from the Treasury of Australia Except under Appropriation made by Law By the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia.

(8.4.) Treasury and Expend such Moneys as may be Necessary by the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia for the Intenance of any department transferred to a National Department it is in context with.

(8.5.) When any department of the public service of a State or Territory becomes transferred to a National Department, all officers of the department shall become subject to the control of that National Department. Any such officer who is not retained in the service of a National shall, unless he is appointed to some other office of equal emolument in the public service of the State or Territory, be entitled to receive from the State or Territory any pension, gratuity, or other compensation, payable under the law of the State or Territory on the abolition of his office. Any such officer who is retained in the service of a National Department preserve all his existing and accruing rights, and shall be entitled to shall retire from office at the time, and on the pension or retiring all allowance which would be permitted by the law of the State or Territory if his service with the National Department were a continuation of his service with the State or Territory. Such pension or retiring allowance shall be paid to him by National Department but the State or Territory shall pay to the National Department a part thereof, to be calculated on the proportion which his term of service with the State or Territory bears to his whole term of service, and for the purpose of the calculation his salary shall be taken to be that paid to him by the State or Territory at the time of the transfer. Any Public officer may submit better working practice within their department and if Implemented shall receive One Payment of Six Thousand Dollars ($6,000).

(8.6.) When any Departments of the Public Service of a State or Territory is transferred to the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia--

(1.) All Property of the State or Territory of any Kind, used Exclusively in Connexion with the Department, shall become vested in the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia; But, in the Case of the Departments Controlling Customs and Excise and Bounties, for such time Only as the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia may Declare to be Necessary:

(2.) The Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia may acquire any property of the State or Territory, of any kind used, but not exclusively used in connection with the department; the value thereof shall, if no agreement can be made, be ascertained in, as nearly as may be, the manner in which the value of land, or of an interest in land, taken by the State or Territory for public purposes is ascertained under the law of the State or Territory in force at the establishment of the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia:

(3.) The Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia shall compensate the State or Territory for the value of any property passing to the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia under this section; if no agreement the issue will stay as is:

(4.) The Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia shall, at the date of the transfer, assume the current obligations of the State or Territory in respect of the department transferred.

(8.7.) On the establishment of the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia, the collection and control of duties of customs and of excise, and the control of the payment of bounties, shall pass to the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia.

(8.8.) After the establishment of the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia and thereafter until the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia otherwise provides, of the net revenue of the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia from duties of customs and of excise not more than one-fourth shall be applied annually by the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia towards its expenditure unless otherwise provides by the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia. The balance shall, in accordance with this Constitution, be paid to the several States or Territories, or applied towards the payment of interest on debts of the several States or Territories taken over by the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia.

(8.9.) Uniform duties of customs shall be imposed after the establishment of the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia.

(8.10.) Until the imposition of uniform duties of custom--

(1.) The Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia shall credit to each State or Territory the revenues collected therein by the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia.

(2.) The Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia shall debit to each State or Territory--

(3.) The expenditure therein of the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia incurred solely for the maintenance or continuance, as at the time of transfer, of any department transferred from the State or Territory to the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia;

(4.) The proportion of the State or Territory, according to the number of its people, in the other expenditure of the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia.

(5.) The Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia shall pay to each State or Territory month by month the balance (if any) in favour of the State or Territory.

(8.11.) On the imposition of uniform duties of customs the power of the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia to impose duties of customs and of excise, and to grant bounties on the production or export of goods, shall become exclusive.

On the imposition of uniform duties of customs all laws of the several States or Territories imposing duties of customs or of excise, or offering bounties on the production or export of goods, shall cease to have effect, but any grant of or agreement for any such bounty lawfully made by or under the authority of the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia of any State or Territory shall be taken to be good if made before the thirtieth day of June, One thousand eight hundred and ninety eight, and not otherwise.

(8.12.) Nothing in this Constitution prohibits a State or Territory from granting any aid to or bounty on mining for gold, silver, or other metals, nor from granting, with the consent of Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia expressed by resolution, any aid to or bounty on the production or export of goods.

(8.13.) On the imposition of uniform duties of customs, trade, commerce, and intercourse among the States or Territories, whether by means of internal carriage or ocean navigation, shall be absolutely free. But notwithstanding anything in this Constitution, goods imported before the imposition of uniform duties of customs into any State or Territory, or into any Colony which, whilst the goods remain therein, becomes a State or Territory, shall, on thence passing into another State or Territory within two years after the imposition of such duties, be liable to any duty chargeable on the importation of such goods into the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia, less any duty paid in respect of the goods on their importation.

(8.14.) During the first five years after the imposition of uniform duties of customs, and thereafter until the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia otherwise provides--

(1.) The duties of customs chargeable on goods imported into a State or Territory and

afterwards passing into another State or Territory for consumption, and the duties of

excise paid on goods produced or manufactured in a State or Territory and afterwards passing into another State or Territory for consumption, shall be taken to have been collected not in the former but in the latter State or Territory:

(2.) Subject to the last subsection, the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia shall credit revenue, debit expenditure, and pay balances to the several States and Territories as prescribed for the period preceding the imposition of uniform duties of customs.

(8.15.) After the imposition of uniform duties of customs, the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia shall provide, on such basis as it deems fair, for the monthly payment to the several States or Territories of all surplus revenue of the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia.

(8.16.) All states and Territories departments within the same context shall be Debated an Voted upon with a Two-Third Majority Vote in favor of a Issue of Concern to amend a National law within the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government.

(8.17.) During a period of the establishment of the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia and thereafter until the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia otherwise provides, the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia may grant financial assistance to any State or Territory on such terms and conditions as the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia thinks fit.

(8.18.) Until the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia otherwise provides, the laws in force in any Colony which has become or becomes a State or Territory with respect to the receipt of revenue and the expenditure of money on account of the Government of the Colony, and the review and audit of such receipt and expenditure, shall apply to the receipt of revenue and the expenditure of money on account of the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia in the State or Territory in the same manner as if the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia, or the Government or an officer of the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia were mentioned whenever the Colony, or the Government or an officer of the Colony, is mentioned.

(8.19.) The power of the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia to make laws with respect to trade and commerce extends to navigation and shipping, and to railways the property of any State or Territory.

(8.20.) The Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia shall not, by any law or regulation of trade, commerce, or revenue, give preference to one State or Territory or any part thereof over another State or Territory or any part thereof.

(8.21.) The Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia shall by law or regulation of trade or commerce, the right of a State or Territory or of the residents therein to the reasonable use of the waters of rivers for conservation or irrigation.

(8.22.) There shall be an Inter-State Commission, with such powers of adjudication and administration as the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia deems necessary for the execution and maintenance, within the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia, of the provisions of this Constitution relating to trade and commerce, and of all laws made thereunder the constitution of the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government.

(8.23.) The Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia may by any law with respect to trade or commerce forbid, as to railways, any preference or discrimination by any State or Territory, or by any authority constituted under a State or Territory, if such preference or discrimination is undue and unreasonable, or unjust to any State or Territory; due regard being had to the financial responsibilities incurred by any State or Territory in connection with the construction and maintenance of its railways. But no preference or discrimination shall, within the meaning of this section, be taken to be undue and unreasonable, or unjust to any State or Territory, unless so adjudged by the Inter-State Commission in which shall be an Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia decision.

(8.24.) All State, Territory Government Departments shall submitted a Four (4.) Month Report of their Department, Branches and Organizations.

(8.25.) Public Servants may submit Issues of Concern within their Government Department for better and more Efficient Government Department, if the structure is introduced within any Government Department the Public Servant shall receive a One (1.) off Payment of Six thousand dollars (6,000.).

(8.26.) Public Servants that submit an Issue of Concern of Corruption within their or another Government Department that shall lead to a conviction shall receive a One (1.) of Payment of Six thousand dollars (6,000.).

(8.27.) Public Servant convicted of corruption within Government Departments shall loss all entitlement and may be Jailed.

The members of the Inter-State Commission--

(1.) Shall be appointed or disband by the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia:

(2.) Shall hold office for seven years, but may be removed within that time by the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia, praying for such removal on the ground of proved misbehaviour or incapacity:

(3.) Shall receive such remuneration as the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia may fix; but such remuneration shall not be diminished during their continuance in office.

(8.28.) Nothing in this Constitution shall render unlawful any rate for the carriage of goods upon a railway, the property of a State or Territory if the rate is deemed by the Inter-State Commission to be necessary for the development of the territory of the State, and if the rate applies equally to goods within the State or Territory and to goods passing into the State or Territory from other States or Territories.

(8.29.) The Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia may take over from the States or Territory their public debts, or a proportion thereof according to the respective numbers of their people as shown by the latest statistics of the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia, and may convert, renew, or consolidate such debts, or any part thereof; and the States or Territories shall indemnify the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia in respect of the debts taken over, and thereafter the interest payable in respect of the debts shall be deducted and retained from the portions of the surplus revenue of the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia, payable to the several States or Territories, or if such surplus is insufficient, or if there is no surplus, then the deficiency or the whole amount shall be paid by the several States or Territories.

(8.30.) The Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia may make agreements with the States or Territories with respect to the public debts of the States or Territory, including--

(1.) the taking over of such debts by the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia;

(2.) the management of such debts;

(3.) the payment of interest and the provision and management of sinking funds in respect of such debts;

(4.) the consolidation, renewal, conversion, and redemption of such debts;

(5.) The indemnification of the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia by the States or Territory in respect of debts taken over by the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government; and

(6.) The borrowing of money by the States or Territories or by the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia.

(8.31.) Crown lands shall be deemed National land and shall be decided and govern by the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia and granted to the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia without any payment therefor. 

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