1 CHAPTER 21:03 GOLD TRADE ACT Acts 19/1940, 40/1952, 12/1954, 25/1956(s. 15), 14/1962(s. 2), 19/1963(s. 12), 10/1964, 31/1964, 18/1965(s. 32),6/1967(s.15),11/1968(s.17),39/1973(s.15),6/1978,31/1983(s.11),22/1992(s.8),22/2001(s.4), 12/2006(s. 45); R.G.N.s. 217/1970, 811/1972. Section 1. Short title. 2. Interpretation. ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS PARTI PRELIMINARY PART II DEALING IN AND POSSESSION OF GOLD 3. Prohibition of dealing in or possession of gold. 4. Authorized person may only deal with authorized person. 5. Minersmayonlydealinandpossessgoldwonfromtheirownlocations. 6. Disposal of gold by persons authorized to possess gold. 7. Lawful possession of gold by licence and permit holders. 8. Register of transactions to be kept by licensees. 9. Possession of gold not shown in register of permit holder. 10. Transmission of gold by post. 11. Malicious placing of gold. 12. Smelting of jewellery. 13. Classification of licences. 14. Dealings authorized by various licences. 15. Form for licences. 16. Authority for issue of licences. 17. Issuer of licences. 18. Date of expiry of licences. 19. Fees for licences. 20. Permitstodealinorpossessgold. 21. Cancellation of licences. 22. Revocation of permits. 23. Disabilities entailed by a trader on conviction. 24. Person convicted may not enter mining location. 25. Production of licences and permits. 26. False statements. 27. Procedure on confiscation of gold. 28. Gold, ownership of which is unknown. 29. Powersofentryandsearchbypolice. 30. Offences and penalties. 31. Regulations. PART III LICENCES AND PERMITS PART IV GENERAL AN ACT to prohibit the possession of gold by unauthorized persons and to regulate dealings in gold, and for other purposes connected with the foregoing. [Date of commencement: 1st September, 1940.]
2 PARTI PRELIMINARY 1 Short title ThisActmaybecitedastheGoldTradeAct[Chapter21:03]. 2 Interpretation InthisAct deal, in relation to gold, means buy, sell, barter, pledge, exchange, give or receive, or offer or expose for sale, barter, pledge or exchange, or have any other dealing or transaction whatever; gold means any unmanufactured gold in any form whatsoever, or any article or substance containing such unmanufactured gold, or any article consisting of or containing gold which, a lthough manufactured, is, assuch,notanarticleofcommerceoraworkofartoranarticleofarchaeologicalinterest,andincludes gold derived from the smelting or treatment of any manufactured article containing gold; holder, in relation to a registered mining location, means the person in whose name such location is registeredwiththeminingcommissionerorwiththesecretaryand,inthecaseofadeceasedpersonorofa company in liquidation or of any person under a legal disability, means the executor, administrator, liquidator, trustee, tutor, curator or other person who has the administration or control of the property of the person in whose name such location is registered; licence meansalicenceissuedintermsofthisact; mining location means a mining location registered in terms of the Mines and Minerals Act [Chapter 21:05]; Minister meanstheministerofminesoranyotherministertowhomthepresidentmay,fromtimetotime, assign the administration of this Act; permit meansapermitissuedintermsofthisact; postal article includes any letter, postcard, printed paper, newspaper, commercial paper, pattern, sample, parcel or other article whatsoever in the course of transmission by post; Secretary means the Secretary of the Ministry for which the Minister is responsible; tributor meansthelesseeorassigneeoftherightsofaholder. PART II DEALING IN AND POSSESSION OF GOLD 3 Prohibition of dealing in or possession of gold (1) Nopersonshall,eitherasprincipaloragent,dealinorpossessgold,unless (a) heistheholderofalicenceorpermit;or (b) heisaholderortributor;or (c) he is the holder of an authority, grant or permit issued under themines and Minerals Act [Chapter 21:05] authorizing him to work an alluvial gold deposit; or (d) heistheemployeeoragentofanyofthepersonsmentionedinparagraphs(a),(b)and(c)andisauthorizedbyhisemployerorprincipaltodealinorpossessgoldinthelawfulpossessionofsuchemployeror principal; anddealsinorpossessesgoldinaccordancewiththisactandthelicence,permit,authorityorgrant,ifany,held by him. (2) Inanyproceedingsagainstapersonforanoffenceundersubsection(1),theburdenshalllieuponsuch person of proving (a) thathefallswithinoneoftheexceptionsprovidedinsubsection(1);and (b) thathedealtinorpossessedgoldinaccordancewiththisactandthelicence,permit,authorityorgrant, ifany,heldbyhim. (3) Anypersonwhocontravenessubsection(1)shallbeguiltyofanoffenceandliable (a) iftherearenospecialcircumstancesintheparticularcase,toimprisonmentforaperiodofnotlessthan fiveyearsormorethantenyears;or (b) if the person convicted of the offence satisfies the court that there are special circumstances in the particular case why the penalty provided under paragraph(a) should not be imposed, which circumstancesshallberecordedbythecourt,toimprisonmentforaperiodnotexceedingfiveyearsorafine notexceedinglevelnineortwicethevalueofthegoldthatisthesubject-matteroftheoffence,whicheveristhegreater,ortobothsuchfineandsuchimprisonment. [Subsectioninsertedbysection45ofAct12of2006] (4) Acourtsentencingapersonunderparagraph(a)subsection(3)shallnotorderthattheoperationofthe wholeoranypartofthesentencebesuspended.
3 [Subsectioninsertedbysection45ofAct12of2006] 4 Authorized person may only deal with authorized person AnypersonauthorizedbythisActtodealingoldmayonlydealingoldwithapersonauthorizedbythisAct todealingold,andthenonlytotheextenttowhichsuchotherpersonisauthorizedtodealingold. 5 Minersmayonlydealinandpossessgoldwonfromtheirownlocations Aholderortributormayonlydealinandpossessgoldwhichhasbeenwonbyhimorhisemployeeactingon his behalf from the mining location upon which he has mining rights: Providedthatnoholderortributormaysellanysuchgoldexcepttotheholderofagolddealinglicenceora gold recovery works licence, unless authorized by the Minister to sell such gold to some other person. 6 Disposal of gold by persons authorized to possess gold (1) Everyholderandeverytributorshall,notlaterthanthe10thofeverymonth,delivertotheholderofa gold dealing licence all gold won by him from his mining location during the last preceding month, except any goldforwhichtheministeroraminingcommissionerhasgivenhimspecialauthoritytodealinotherwiseor whichrequirestreatmentbytheholderofagoldrecoveryworkslicenceorwhichistobeanalysedortestedbythe holder of a gold assaying licence. (2) Everyholderofagoldrecoveryworkslicenceshall,notlaterthanthe10thofeverymonth,delivertothe holderofagolddealinglicenceallgoldwhichwasrecoveredbyhimduringthelastprecedingmonth,exceptany gold for which the Minister or a mining commissioner has given him special authority to deal in otherwise. (3) Everyholderofagolddealinglicencetowhomdeliveryofgoldistenderedintermsofsubsection(1)or (2) shall, without delay, take delivery of such gold and shall deal with such gold in accordance with directions issued to him by the Minister responsible for finance. (4) Anypersonwhocontravenessubsection(1),(2)or(3)orwhocontravenesorfailstocomplywithanyauthority or direction issued under any of those subsections shall be guilty of an offence and liable to (a) afinenotexceedinglevelnineortwicethevalueofthegoldthatisthesubject-matteroftheoffence, whichever is the greater; or (b) imprisonment for a period not exceeding five years; or to both such fine and such imprisonment; [Subsectionsubstitutedbysection4ofActNo.22of2001] 7 Lawful possession of gold by licence and permit holders Anyholderofalicenceorpermitmayonlypossessgoldreceivedbyhimastheresultofhislawfuldealing withapersonauthorizedbythisacttodealingold. 8 Register of transactions to be kept by licensees (1) Everyholderofalicenceshallkeeparegisterinwhichheshallkeepatrueandcorrectrecordrelatingto allgolddepositedwithorreceivedordispatchedorotherwisedisposedofbyhim,andshallenterorcausetobe entered in such register, within twenty-four hours after every such transaction (a) the date of the transaction; (b) thenamesofthepartiestothetransaction; (c) thenatureandweightofthegoldwhichwasthesubjectofthetransaction; (d) theprice,ifany,receivedorpaid. (2) Aholderofalicenceshall,onthewrittendemandofanyminingcommissioner,inspectorofminesorpoliceofficer,produceandexhibitsuchregistertothatofficialand,ifsorequired,permithimtomakeacopyofany entry therein. (3) Ifanyholderofalicenceisinpossessionofgoldinexcessoftheamountshowntobeinhispossession byhisregister,heshall,forthepurposesofsectionthree,bedeemedtobeinunlawfulpossessionofsuchexcess, unless he can account satisfactorily for such possession. 9 Possessionofgoldnotshowninregisterofpermitholder Iftheholderofapermitwhoisrequiredbyregulationtokeepproperrecordsofhisdealingsingoldisinpossessionofgoldinexcessoftheamountshowntobeinhispossessionbyhisrecords,heshall,forthepurposesof section three, be deemed to be in unlawful possession of such excess, unless he can account satisfactorily for such possession. 10 Transmission of gold by post (1) Nopersonshalldispatchbypostanypostalarticlecontaininggoldunlessheisauthorizedtodosobyany regulation. (2) Whenever any magistrate, commissioned police officer or mining commissioner or any person authorized bytheministerinthatbehalfhasreasonorcausetobelieve (a) thatanypostalarticlesuspectedtocontaingoldisintransitthroughthepostandhasbeendispatchedby apersonnotauthorizedtodosobyanyregulation;or (b) that any postal article contains gold being dealt with in contravention of this Act;
4 he may by written order instruct a postmaster or other postal official to detain such postal article. (3) Such postal official shall thereupon detain and open such postal article in the presence of the officer who instructed its detention. (4) Ifanysuchpostalarticleisfoundtocontaingold,itshallbedealtwithintermsofsection72ofthePostal and Telecommunication Services Act[Chapter 12:02]. (5) IfintheopinionoftheAttorney-GeneralsomepersonhascommittedanoffenceunderthisActinrespect ofanygoldfoundinapostalarticle,andsuchpersoncannotbefoundorbroughttotrial,theattorney-general mayorderthatsuchgoldshallbeforfeitedtothestate,unlesssomeperson,otherthanapersonliabletoprosecutioninrespectofdealingwithsuchgold,isabletoprovealegalclaimtheretowithintheperiodmentionedin subsection(3) of section twenty-seven. (6) UpontheissueofsuchordersuchgoldshallbesenttotheSecretary,orsuchpersonashemaydesignate, who shall deal with it in terms of section twenty-seven. 11 Malicious placing of gold IfanypersonmaliciouslyplacesanygoldinthepossessionoforonthepremisesofanyotherpersonwithintentthatsuchotherpersonshallbeprosecutedorconvictedunderthisAct,heshallbeguiltyofanoffence. 12 Smelting of jewellery (1) NopersonshallsmeltorchangetheformofanymanufacturedarticlecontaininggoldunlesshehasreceivedthepermissionoftheMinistertodoso: ProvidedthattheMinistermayinhisdiscretiongrantanypersonageneralpermissionsotodouponsuch termsandconditionsashemaythinkfit. (2) Anypersonwhocontravenessubsection(1)orwhocontravenesorfailstocomplywithanytermand conditionfixedbytheministerintermsofthatsubsectionshallbeguiltyofanoffenceandliabletoafinenot exceedinglevelnineortoimprisonmentforaperiodnotexceedingtwoyearsortobothsuchfineandsuchimprisonment. [Subsectionsubstitutedbysection4ofActNo.22of2001] PART III LICENCES AND PERMITS 13 Classification of licences ThelicenceswhichmaybegrantedorrenewedunderthisActareasfollows (a) a gold dealing licence; (b) a gold recovery works licence; (c) a gold assaying licence. 14 Dealings authorized by various licences (1) The various types of licences shall authorize the following dealings in gold and no others (a) theholderofagolddealinglicenceshall,subjecttothisact,beentitledtodealingoldinanymanner whatsoever; (b) theholderofagoldrecoveryworkslicenceshallbeentitledtobuyandreceivegoldwhichisnotinthe form of alluvial, amalgam, retorted, smelted or refined gold, and to sell any gold lawfully in his possessiononlytoorthroughtheholderofagolddealinglicence,unlessauthorizedbytheministertoexport such gold; (c) the holder of a gold assaying licence shall be entitled to receive gold for the purposeofanalysisor testingthereof,andtosellanygoldresultingfromhisoperationsonlytotheholderofagolddealinglicence. (2) Nothinginsubsection(1)containedshallbedeemedtofetterinanywaythepoweroftheMinisterresponsibleforfinanceortheMinister,asthecasemaybe,toimposeconditionsupontheissueofanylicence. 15 Form of licences Licences issued under this Act shall be in the prescribed form. 16 Authority for issue of licences NolicenceshallbeissuedtoanypersonexceptuponthewrittenauthorityoftheMinisterortheMinisterresponsible for finance, as the case may be, who may, without assigning any reason, refuse to grant authority for the issueofsuchlicenceorimposesuchconditionsupontheissueofsuchlicenceashemaythinkfit. 17 Issuer of licences (1) TheSecretary,oranypersonauthorizedbyhiminthatbehalf,shallissuealllicences,otherthangold dealing licences, upon the written authority of the Minister. (2) The Secretary of the Ministry responsible for finance, or any person authorized by him in that behalf, shall issue gold dealing licences upon the written authority of the Minister responsible for finance.
5 18 Dateofexpiryoflicences Unless previously cancelled in terms of section twenty-one, every licence which (a) isissuedshallexpireonthe31stdecembernextsucceedingthedateofissue: Providedthat,ifsuchlicenceisissuedonorafterthe1stDecemberinanyyear,itshallexpireon the 31st December of the next following year; (b) isrenewedshallexpireonthe31stdecemberoftheyearforwhichitisrenewed. 19 Licences fees ThereshallbepaidfortheissueorrenewalofalicencesuchfeeastheMinistermayfixbynoticeinastatutory instrument. 20 Permitstodealinorpossessgold (1) Anyminingcommissionermay,subjecttosuchconditionsashemaythinkfittoimpose,issuetoanypersonapermitauthorizingsuchpersontoacquireortobeinpossessionortodisposeofgoldinaquantitynot exceeding one ounce. (2) TheMinistermay,subjecttosuchconditionsashemaythinkfittoimpose,issuetoanypersonapermit authorizingsuchpersontoacquireortobeinpossessionortodisposeofsuchquantityofgoldasmaybespecified in such permit. 21 Cancellation of licences ThePresidentmay,upontheconvictionoftheholderofanylicenceforanoffenceunderthisAct,oronthe breachofanyconditionofthelicenceorforothergoodandsufficientreason,atanytimecancelanysuchlicence, whereupon the holder thereof shall be deemed to be unlicensed. 22 Revocation of permits TheMinistermay,upontheconvictionoftheholderofanypermitforanoffenceunderthisAct,oronthe breachofanyconditionofthepermitorforothergoodandsufficientreason,atanytimerevokeanysuchpermit, whereupontheholderthereofshallbedeemedtobenolongertheholderofapermit. PART IV GENERAL 23 Disabilities entailed by a trader on conviction (1) Ifapersonwhoistheholderofanylicencetocarryonanytrade,businessoroccupationunderanyenactmentotherthanthisActisconvictedofanyoffenceunderthisAct,theconvictionshallhavetheeffectof cancelling such licence, unless the convicting court for any reason(which it shall record) thinks fit to order othe r- wise. (2) Anypersonconvictedasaforesaidshallnot,duringtheperiodoffiveyearsfromthedateofhisconviction, be entitled to obtain any such licence as aforesaid authorizing him to carry on any trade, business or occupationuponamininglocationorwithinadistanceoftenkilometrestherefromand,ifanysuchlicenceisissuedto himduringthesaidperiod,itshallbevoid. 24 Person convicted may not enter mining location Ifanypersonisconvictedofanoffenceintermsofsectionthree,ten,eleven,twelveortwenty-six,theconviction shall have the effect of prohibiting such person from entering or being upon any precious metals mining locationduringtheperiodoffiveyearsfromthedateofhisconvictionunlessthecourtforanyreason(whichit shallrecord)thinksfittoorderotherwise,andanysuchpersonwhofailstocomplywithaprohibitionunderthis section shall be guilty of an offence: Provided that nothing in this section contained shall be deemed to prohibit any such person from passing throughapreciousmetalsmininglocationuponaroadtowhichthepublichavearightofaccess. 25 Production of licences and permits (1) AnyholderofalicenceorpermitissuedunderthisActshallatalltimesondemandproduceandshowhis licence or permit to any police officer. (2) IftheholderofalicenceorpermitissuedunderthisAct (a) failstocomplywithademandintermsofsubsection(1);or (b) refusestoallowapoliceofficertoreadthelicenceorpermitandtakeacopythereof; heshallbeguiltyofanoffence. 26 False statements Ifanypersonmakesanystatementwhichheknowsto.befalseforthepurposeofprocuring,whetherforhimselforanyotherperson,thegrantofalicenceorpermit,heshallbeguiltyofanoffence. 27 Procedure on confiscation of gold (1) IfintermsofthisActanycourtdeclaresanygoldtobeforfeitedtotheState,suchcourtshallcausesuch goldtobedeliveredtothesecretary,orsuchpersonashemaydesignate.
6 (2) TheSecretaryshallpublishanoticeintheGazette,whichshallstatethatthegoldsoconfiscatedisinthe possession of the Ministry of Mines. (3) Atanytimewithintwomonthsofthedateofpublicationofsuchnoticeanypersonclaimingalegalright tosuchgoldmayapplytothesecretaryforthedeliverytohimofsuchgoldandthesecretary,ifsatisfiedastothe legality of such claim, shall deliver the gold to such person. (4) If the Secretary declines to recognize such claim, the applicant may, within twenty-one days thereof, applytothehighcourtforsuchdeliveryandthehighcourtmayonsuchapplicationmakesuchorderasitmay deem just. (5) AnyexpenseincurredbytheMinistryofMinesinconnectionwiththeretentionandcustodyofsuchgold shallbepaidtotheministryofminesbytheperson,ifany,towhomsuchgoldisdelivered. (6) Ifontheexpirationofthesaidperiodoftwomonthsnopersonhasestablishedalegalrighttothesaid gold,thesecretarymaydisposeofsuchgoldinsuchmanner astheministermaydirectandmayauthorizein writing any person to sell such gold. (7) Anypersondulyauthorizedtosellsuchgoldshallnotbeliableinrespectofsuchsaletoanyprosecution under this Act. 28 Gold, ownership of which is unknown IfapoliceofficeroranyotherpersondeliverstotheSecretarygold,thelawfulownerorholderofwhichis notknownthegoldshallbedeemedtobeforfeitedtothestateandthesecretaryshalldealwithitintermsof section twenty-seven. 29 Powersofentryandsearchbypolice Anypoliceofficermaywithoutwarrantatanytimebydayorbynight (a) enter in and upon and search any buildings, premises, railway trains, vehicles or boats, or any other place where he may have reasonable cause for suspecting that any gold is unlawfully concealed; and (b) search any person then being upon such building, premises, railway train, vehicle, boat or other place, whomhemayonreasonablegroundssuspectofhavinguponhispersonorinhispossessionanygoldin contravention of this Act: Providedthatafemaleshallnotbesearchedotherwisethanbyafemale;and (c) seizeanysuchgoldandtakeitbeforeamagistratetobedealtwithaccordingtolaw. 30 Offences and penalties (1) Ifanypersoncontravenessectionfour,five,seven oreightheorsheshallbeguiltyofanoffenceandliable (a) iftherearenospecialcircumstancesintheparticularcase,toimprisonmentforaperiodofnotlessthan fiveyearsormorethantenyears;or (b) if the person convicted of the offence satisfies the court that there are special circumstances in the particular case why the penalty provided under paragraph (a) should not be imposed which circumstancesshallberecordedbythecourt,toimprisonmentforaperiodnotexceedingfiveyearsorafine notexceedinglevelnineortwicethevalueofthegoldthatisthesubject-matteroftheoffence,whicheveristhegreater,ortobothsuchfineandsuchimprisonment. (2) Acourtsentencingapersonunderparagraph(a)ofsubsection(l)shallnotorderthattheoperationofthe wholeoranypartofthesentencebesuspended. (3) AnypersonwhoisguiltyofanoffenceintermsofthisActotherthananoffencereferredtoinsubsection (1)orsectionthree,sixortwelveshallbeliabletoafinenotexceedingleveltenortoimprisonmentforaperiod not exceeding two years or to both such fine and such imprisonment. (4) OntheconvictionofanypersonforanoffenceunderthisActthecourtshallorderthatanygoldwhichis the subject of such offence shall be forfeited to the State unless some person, other than the person convicted, establishes a legal claim thereto within the period mentioned in subsection(3) of section twenty-seven. (5) ThecourtwhichhasconvictedanyholderpfalicenceorpermitofanoffenceunderthisActshallcause notification of such conviction to be sent to the Minister. [Section substituted by Act 12 of 2006] 31 Regulations (1) TheMinistermaymakeregulationsforthebettercarryingoutoftheobjectsandpurposesofthisAct. (2) Regulations may (a) prescribe the form of licences and permits; (b) prescribetheformoftheregistertobekeptintermsofsectioneightandprovideforanyadditional particulars which shall be entered or caused to be entered in such register; (c) prescribe what persons may dispatch gold through the post, and define the conditions to be followed beforesuchgoldmaybeacceptedatapostofficefortransmissionbypost; (d) prescribethedaysandhoursduringwhichitshallbeunlawfultodealingold; (e) provide for the better prevention of theft, unlawful dealing in or unlawful possession of gold;
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