The Constitution of the People Act .
By the People and for the Sovereignty of the People.
of the Commonwealth of Australia.
CHAPTER FOUR; FINANCE AND TRADE
81. The Head of the Commonwealth shall convene
a joint sitting being the Parliament of the members of the
Senate and of the House of Representatives and the Chartered Accountant
as Public Minister to administer the Consolidated Revenue Fund of
the Commonwealth where;
All revenues or moneys raised or received by the Executive Government
of the Commonwealth shall form one Consolidated Revenue Fund, to be
appropriated for the purposes of the Commonwealth in the manner and
subject to the charges and liabilities imposed by this Constitution.
82. The first charge shall form; the costs
and charges and expenses incident to the collection and
management and receipt of the Consolidated
Revenue Fund and the revenue of the Commonwealth
shall in the first instance be applied to the
payment of the expenditure of the Commonwealth.
Shall in the second instance be applied to
the payment of the expenditure of the
Commonwealth of Australia
and no finance shall be sent to any Government or
Parliament in any other
83. No money shall be drawn from the Consolidated
Revenue Fund of the Commonwealth except
under appropriation made by legislation subject
to this Constitution.
The Head of the Commonwealth in Council may draw from
the Treasury and expend such moneys as may be necessary for the
maintenance of any department transferred to the Commonwealth
and for the holding of the first elections for the Parliament.
(a). Shall be a provision in this section 83 of this Constitution that
all new Candidates shall have the freedom to Register at no cost to the
The Head of the Commonwealth in Council shall draw from the Treasury
and expend such moneys for the holding of all elections for the Parliament
of the Commonwealth and all State and Territory Parliaments for all Independent
Candidates and no payment shall be legislated or demanded from the
Independent Candidate to register.
(b). That all Election Funding being four per cent of
the formal first preference vote to all Candidates shall
be abolished and replaced with being included with the expenditure
of section 83 (a).
Election Funding: current funding
rate, Updated 8 December 2014.
The amount of election funding payable is calculated by multiplying
the number of formal first preference votes received by the rate of payment
applicable at the time. This rate is indexed every six months in line with
increases in the Consumer Price Index.
The election funding rate from 1 January 2015 to 30 June 2015 is 258.372
cents per eligible vote.
The AEC has authorised the first payment of election funding to political
parties and candidates for votes received at the 2013 federal election.
The total of the first payment is $56,367,240.38.
Payments have been made to 12 parties and nine independent candidates.
Funding entitlements are calculated using an indexed sum per first
preference vote. At the 2013 federal election, each first preference vote
was worth 248.800 cents.
In order to be entitled to election funding a candidate
must obtain at least four per cent of the formal first preference vote,
shall be abolished.
84. When any department of the public service of a State becomes
transferred to the Commonwealth all officers of the department shall
become subject to the control of the
Head of the Commonwealth in Council of the
(a). Any such officer who is not retained in
the service of the Commonwealth shall unless he or she
is appointed to some other office of equal salary and
entitlements in the public service of the State
be entitled to receive from the State any pension gratuity
or other compensation payable under the
law of the State on the abolition of his or her office.
(b). Any such officer who is retained in the
service of the Commonwealth shall preserve all
his or her existing and accruing rights and
shall be entitled to retire from office at the time
and on the pension or retiring allowance which
would be permitted by the law of the State if
his or her service with the Commonwealth were
a continuation of his or her service with the State.
(c). Such pension or retiring allowance shall
be paid to him or her by the Commonwealth; but
the State shall pay to the Commonwealth a part
of pension or retiring allowance to be
calculated on the proportion which his or her
term of service with the State bears to his or
her whole term of service and for the purpose
of the calculation his or her salary shall be
taken to be that paid to him or her by the
State at the time of the transfer.
85. When any department of the public service
of a State is transferred to the Commonwealth
(i.) All property of the State of any kind used exclusively in
connection with the
86. The collection and control of duties of
customs and of excise and the control of the payment of
department shall become the absolute authority in the
(ii.) The Commonwealth may acquire any property
of the State of any kind used but not exclusively used in connection
with the department; the value of the property 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
for public purposes only; shall be based on the price paid per one
square metre of land on the last date of the nearest land sold:
(iii.) The Commonwealth shall compensate the
State for the value of any property
passing to the Commonwealth under this section; if
no agreement can be made as
to the mode of compensation it shall be determined
on the price paid per
square metre for the total area of the property
on the last date of the last sale of
the nearest property:
(iv.) The Commonwealth shall at the date of
the transfer assume the current
obligations of the State in respect of the department
bounties shall pass to the Executive Government
of the Commonwealth.
Uniform duties of customs shall be imposed
on all imports from all foreign countries only.
87. During a period of ten years after the
establishment of the Commonwealth and until
the Parliament otherwise provides of the net
revenue of the Commonwealth from duties of customs
and of excise not more than one fourth shall
be applied annually by the
Commonwealth towards its expenditure.
The balance shall in accordance with this Constitution be paid to the
several States or applied
towards the payment of interest on debts of
the several States taken over by the Commonwealth.
88. Uniform duties of customs shall be imposed within two years after
establishment of the Commonwealth.
89. Until the imposition of uniform duties of
(i.) The Commonwealth
shall credit to each State the revenues collected therein by
(ii.) The Commonwealth
shall not debit to each State subject to section 105C (4) --
(a) The expenditure therein of the Commonwealth incurred solely
for the maintenance
or continuance as at the time of transfer of any department
transferred from the State
to the Commonwealth.
(iii.) The Commonwealth
shall pay to each State month by month the balance (if any)
90. On the imposition of uniform duties
of customs the power of the Parliament to impose
favour of the State.
duties of customs and of excise, and to grant
bounties on the production or export of goods,
shall become exclusive.
91. Nothing in this Constitution prohibits
a State from granting any aid to or bounty on mining
for gold, silver, or other metals, nor from granting,
with the consent of both Houses of the
Parliament of the Commonwealth expressed by resolution,
any aid to or bounty on
the production or export of goods.
Farmer; Shall be entitled to any aid to or bounty on the production or
export of goods.
And if any land is Free holded prior to 1910, the Right to mine Royalty
rest with the Land Owner or Title Holder.
92. On the imposition of uniform duties or
charges of customs and trade and commerce and
intercourse and social communication connections
by dealings or between individuals among the
States whether by means of internal carriage
or ocean navigation shall be absolutely free.
92a. All States of the Commonwealth and of
Australia shall not Legislate any Legislation to impose
any fines or penalty or licence on any motorist
that include; Parking, speed or red light camera or
road toll on any road under any name, tunnel or
But if in an accident; Driver of the vehicle shall
be responsible for the injury to a Living Soul or
damage to property and if asked for, the payment
93. During the first five years after the imposition
of uniform duties of customs,
and after the first five years and until the Parliament
94. After five years from the imposition of uniform
duties of customs the Parliament may provide
(i.) The duties of customs chargeable on goods imported
into a State and afterwards
passing into another State for consumption, and
the duties of excise paid on goods
produced or manufactured in a State and afterwards
passing into another State for
consumption, shall be taken to have been
collected not in the former but in the latter State:
(ii.) Subject to Section 93 subsection (i.), the
Commonwealth shall credit revenue,
debit expenditure, and pay balances to the several
States as prescribed for
the period preceding the imposition of uniform
duties of customs.
on such basis as it deems fair for the monthly
payment to the several States of
revenue of the Commonwealth.
95. Subject to Section 93 , the Parliament
of the State of Western Australia, if that State be an
Original State, may, during the first five years
after the imposition of uniform duties of customs,
impose duties of customs on goods passing into that
State and not originally imported from
beyond the limits of the Commonwealth; and such
duties shall be collected by the Commonwealth.
If at any time during the five years the duty on any goods
under this section is higher than the
duty imposed by the Commonwealth on the importation
of the like goods, then such higher duty
shall be collected on the goods when imported
into Western Australia from beyond
the limits of the Commonwealth.
96. The Parliament may grant financial assistance to any State
or Territory on such terms
and conditions as the Parliament thinks fit.
(a). All money that is sent by the Fedeal Government subject
to section 96 of this Constitution to any one State or all States
shall be costed in the Budget of that State or States and spent to the
intended target. If not the Head of the Commonwealth shall contact the
Head of the State or each State to create a Double Dissalution of that State
97. Until the Parliament otherwise provides
the laws in force in any Colony which has become or
becomes a State 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 Commonwealth in the State in the same
manner as if the Commonwealth or the Government or an officer
of the Commonwealth were mentioned whenever the Colony or the Government
or an officer of the Colony is mentioned.
98. The power of the Parliament to make laws
with respect to trade and commerce extends to
navigation and shipping and to railways the
property of any State or Territory.
99. The Commonwealth shall not by any law or
regulation of trade or commerce or revenue give
preference to one State or any part of one
State over another State or any part of another State.
100. The Commonwealth shall not by any Legislation
or regulation of trade or commerce deprive
the right of a State or Territory or the residents
of a State or Territory to the reasonable use
of the waters of rivers or lakes for conservation
(a). The Commonwealth or State or Territory
shall not by any Legislation or regulation of home use
or trade or commerce charge the residents of a State or Territory
for the reasonable use of the
waters of rivers or lakes for conservation or irrigation. There
shall be no allocation charge or water markets. A Corporation
or any Bank shall not purchase land for the purpose to purchase the
of water that cancels the use of water by Individual Farmers
or any Living Soul.
(b). The Commonwealth or State or Territory
shall not by any Legislation or regulation of trade or
commerce or home use charge the residents of
a State or Territory for the reasonable use of
rain waters that fall from the Clouds on to
their property and used for conservation or irrigation.
This includes the capture of rain water in
all tanks attached to one house or factory warehouse or
in a natural dam or a maximum of two dams constructed
on any one property.
(c). All discussions on Water and Spring Water
or rivers or lakes and it's usage or storage shall be
with Farmers and People. Their decision shall
be legislated and passed in Federal Parliament shall be uniform
and binding in each State.
All water shall not be pumped from any form of
Well or Bore to be in any bottle or container and sold within the
Commonwealth of Australia nor shall the water in any bottle
or container be exported and sold to any other country that is not a
part of the Commonwealth of Australia and
water from any source shall
not be sold nor shall
they become a commodity without a referendum
of the Living Souls.
As this will reduce the flow of any River water
into the Dams constructed for water storage.
(d). Economics is investing in the Family,
supported by income from the Project Legislation.
Parliament shall invest in the
Family and as the population increases money in the hands
of the Families will increase spending, where births are a better
way to increase demand, creating more jobs that will provide
profits and reduced costs of all businesses, manufactureing,
banks, farmers and Living Souls.
It is the Family that constitutes
the basis of Project Legislation. Why then cannot the
people, supported by debt free income created by the Project Legislation,
have the benefit of their own production, services, selling
and buying, investing in financial markets and shopping at
The Family shall include; Family, births, farmers, manufacture.
Project Legislation to service the Family shall include;
Roads, rail, water, gas, electricity. Hospital, schools, universities.
or the mainenance on one or more of the
Shall be no reporting to a tax office or
Centerlink regarding income or pensions and no;
taxation, loans, mortgage, interest payments,
council rates, tolls on roads, parking fees.
101. There shall be an Inter-State Commission,
with such powers of adjudication and administration
as the Parliament deems necessary for the execution
and maintenance, within the Commonwealth,
of the provisions of this Constitution relating
to trade and commerce, and of all laws made under this
Constitution and upon rivers flowing through, in,
or between, two or more States.
102. The Parliament 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.
103. The members of the Inter-State Commission--
(i.) Shall be appointed by the Head of the Commonwealth in
(ii.) Shall hold office for seven years but may be removed
within that time by the Head of the
Commonwealth in Council on an address from both Houses of the Parliament
in the same session
praying for such removal on the ground of proved misbehaviour or incapacity:
(iii.) Shall receive such remuneration as the Parliament may
fix; but such remuneration shall not be
diminished during their continuance in office.
104. Nothing in this Constitution shall render
lawful any rate for the carriage of goods upon a
railway the property of a State or Territory and no
rate shall apply to goods within the State
or Territory and to goods passing into the
State or Territory from other State or Territory.
The State or Territory Parliament may apply
to the Commonwealth Parliament for a financial
amount that may be necessary for the development of
any part or all of a State or Territory.
105. The Commonwealth Parliament may take over
from the State or Territory their public debts or
a proportion of their public debts and the
States shall give the Commonwealth security from legal
penalties or liabilities in respect of the
debts taken over and after that the interest payable in respect
of the debts shall be deducted and retained
from the portions of the surplus revenue of the
Commonwealth payable to the several States.
(1) The Commonwealth may make agreements with
the State or Territory with respect to the
public debts of the State or Territory including
(a) the taking over of such debts by the Commonwealth;
(2) The Parliament may make laws for validating
any such agreement made before the
(b) the management of such
(c) the paying of interest
and the provision and management of sinking funds in respect
of such debts;
(d) the consolidation and
renewal and conversion and redemption of such debts;
(e) the security from legal
penalties or liabilities of the Commonwealth by the States in
respect of debts taken over by the Commonwealth.
commencement of this section.
(3) The Parliament may make laws for the carrying
out by the State or Territory of any
(4) The powers conferred by this section shall
not be construed as being limited in any way
by the provision of section one hundred and
five of this Constitution.
(5) The Federal and State
and Territory Parliament shall not in any type or form become
corporate or user pays
form of Government or Parliament or Public Servant.
105B. Is subject to the Quick and Garren
Notes Page 1027 Note 461.
Commonwealth of Australia Constitution and
Chapter Five. The States and Section 115.
A State shall not coin money nor make anything
but gold and silver coin a legal tender
in payment of debts.
Page 1027 and Note 461.
It must be noted however that gold and silver
can only be impressed with the quality of money by
Federal legislation. Gold and silver metal
can not be made legal tender until it converted into coin;
it can only be converted into coin by Federal
End of quote of Page 1027 and Note 461.
(1). Parliament of Australia and Notes
The Parliament of the Commonwealth shall be
the only issuer of the nation's currency and coinage
and legal tender and the issue of paper money.
Money shall be created by The Parliament of
the Commonwealth only by the issue of the
Project Legislation and spent into the economy and the Community.
Shall not be lent into the economy or the Community.
The Reserve Bank and the Royal Australian Mint
and Currency notes and
Coins shall be transferred to the Commonwealth. That
no part of the Executive Government or
the Parliament or any Member of the Senate or any member
of the House of Representatives shall
claim to be the owners. Shall be illegal to pressure
the Parliament; not to be the sole issuer of
the nation's currency.
Reserve Bank of Australia
shall use Australia Post as the official Public Banking facility in any
State or Territory of and in Australia. Where
all Living Souls and Farmers and any Company may
deposit or withdraw funds and no fees or other
That no part of the Executive Government or
the Parliament or any Member of the Senate or
any member of the House of Representatives
shall issue any form of Treasury bonds or notes or
other form of such debt and;
Currency notes and coins shall not be a Commodity nor
be corporatized or for profit but shall be
a public service under public control.
Currency notes and coins and legal tender shall
be owned by
the Commonwealth of Australia under public
control for the public good.
The Central Bank shall retain the name of
The Reserve Bank.
There shall be one Bank only that will perform
the duties of the Central Bank.
Central Bank shall print Currency notes for
circulation and issue to the Australian public.
Royal Australian Mint shall mint all Coins
for circulation and issue to the
The face of all Currency notes and Coin will
have the map of Australia on them.
The Reserve Bank and Currency notes and Coins
shall not be sold
under any circumstances.
The Currency notes and Coins shall be a token
of value for the purchase and sale of all
goods and services in Australia.
Australia Post Office shall continue all mail
deliveries and also as
National Banker to the Public.
Seigniorage shall be a percentage to the Treasury
on all mined resources except water.
To set up an agreement
between parliament and unions to maintain wage stability
(1). Local industry and small business
and farming and tourism.
jobs growth and a generous
basic wage to every adult person.
A economy which integrates
the global and the local. The economy to allow a level of globalization
in those areas that need
to be open to competition as well as a level of parliament support
industry small business
tourism and farming.
To concentrate on a manufacturing
base in Australia. Shall allow home grown small and
medium businesses to
The benefits of this
arrangement is to allow greater social cohesion and strong
local communities as
well as a dynamic globally
(2). Shall abolish
the debt based economy where;
Levels of borrowing and
money creation by the banks have to keep on rising and adding
overall burden of interest
payments and loss of property if person defaults loan repayments,
including taxation and
legislative and regulation costs on all business guarantees,
that inflation will
be present as long
as we have an economy based on an increasing burden of debt causing
price of all goods
and services and incomes to keep rising.
Debt Free System shall
be a benefit, for all.
(3). That all
Crown Land and Buildings shall be Constitutional Assets that
no agreements shall be
signed or any Assets
sold without the consent of the Living Souls of Australia subject
draft proposal of the
Constitution Alteration of the
Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act Chapter 8.