Game Industry Levy Pursuant to regulation 17 (3) of the Game Industry Board Regulations 1985, notice is given that the Game Industry Board hereby fixed the rates of game industry levy (which levy rates are exclusive of goods and services tax imposed by the Goods and Services Tax Act 1985) as follows: (a) On each deer, other than fallow, slaughtered in deer slaughtering premises, 27 cents per kilogram hot clean carcass weight after removal of condemned parts; (b) On each fallow deer slaughtered in deer slaughtering premises, 21 cents per kilogram hot clean carcass weight after removal of condemned parts; (c) On each killed game deer carcass received at a game packing house, zero cents per kilogram cold clean carcass weight after removal of condemned parts; (d) On each piece of antler from fallow deer received at a game packing house for processing or packing $1.30 per kilogram green weight; and (e) On each piece of antler from deer other than fallow deer received at a game packing house for processing or packing $3.30 per kilogram green weight. No levy will be payable when the velvet grade value, as defined by the Industry Agreed Grading Standards, is less than or equal to $15/kg (G.S.T. exclusive). An Animal Health levy will be collected by DSP's and velvet processors and is incorporated into the levy structure as outlined above. The levy will be broken down as follows: GIB levy venison (fallow) 18 cents per kg venison (other) 24 cents per kg velvet (fallow) $1.00 per kg velvet (other) $3.00 per kg Animal Health levy venison 3 cents per kg velvet 30 cents per kg Companies will not be required to collect levies on Tb reactors but will be required to report the number of reactor deer slaughtered to the GIB in their monthly returns. The levy will be waived for those Tb reactors which are identified with an official MAF reactor tag and where they arrive at the DSP accompanied by an official MAF permit to move. A nil rate of levy will apply to any farmed deer or killed game deer carcasses which are wholly condemned for any reason following slaughter or into a game packing house. No levy shall be payable in respect of any one farmed deer carcass or piece of antler more than once. These rates of levy will come into effect from and inclusive of the 1st day of October 1994 and apply during the 199495 season and subsequently until such time as new levy rates are fixed and come into force. Pursuant to regulations 17a (1) notice is given that the Game Industry Board hereby fixes the rate of additional levy payable in respect of failure to pay, or late payment of, amounts of Board levy payable on or after the 1st day of October 1994 at 10 percent of the amount of levy unpaid. This additional levy for failure to pay or late payment may be applied by the Board at a rate of 10 percent on the outstanding balance following expiration of the period within which payment is required to be received by the Board, and shall be payable by the proprietor of the deer slaughtering premises or game packing house concerned. Dated at Wellington this 16th day of September 1994. R. JANES, Chief Executive, New Zealand Game Industry Board.