|Report 224 Excise and Deferred Customs Duties||1|
|REPORT 224 INQUIRY INTO THE COLLECTION OF EXCISE AND DEFERRED CUSTOMS DUTIES||3|
|CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION||13|
|CHAPTER 2 SUMMARY OF RECOMMENDATIONS||18|
|CHAPTER 3 GENERAL MANAGEMENT STRATEGY||24|
|CHAPTER 4 DISTILLED SPIRITS||37|
|CHAPTER 5 BEER||64|
|CHAPTER 6 TOBACCO||77|
|CHAPTER 7 BONDED WAREHOUSES||91|
|CHAPTER 8 PETROLEUM PRODUCTS||106|
|CHAPTER 9 DIESEL FUEL||119|
|CHAPTER 10 PETROLEUM PRODUCTS FREIGHT SUBSIDY SCHEME||123|
|APPENDIX 1 DETAILS OF THE DEPARTMENT'S OVERALL STRATEGY FOR ACHIEVING AIMS AND OBJECTIVES||127|
|APPENDIX 2 SUBMISSIONS ON THE PROPOSAL TO COLLECT EXCISE REVENUE AS SALES TAX||130|
|APPENDIX 3 SUBMISSION BY THE DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE ON THE AUDITOR-GENERAL'S COMMENTS ON WAREHOUSING IN HIS SEPTEMBER 1983 REPORT (19 JANUARY 1984)||139|
|APPENDIX 4 POSSIBLE ALTERNATIVES TO THE EXISTING BONDING SYSTEM||146|
|APPENDIX 5 BANKSMEADOW PIPELINE METERING SYSTEM||164|
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| author1=Australia. Parliament. Joint Committee of Public Accounts.
| author2=Australia. Parliament.
| title=Collection of excise and deferred customs duties (224th report)
| section=ix, 154 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
| series=Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament) ;
| issue=PP no. 229 of 1984, Report no. 224
| publisher=Government Printer
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