§ 5. "That—
- (a) the duties of customs imposed by Section one of the Safeguarding of Industries Act, 1921, for a period expiring on the nineteenth day of August, nineteen hundred and thirty-six, shall continue to be charged for a further period of ten years from the said day;
- (b) the Import Duties Advisory Committee and the Treasury shall respectively have- the same power to recommend and to order the imposition of an
571 additional duty on any goods for the time being chargeable with duty under the said Section one as they have to recommend and to order the imposition of an additional duty on goods chargeable with the general ad valorem duty, and Section nineteen of the Import Duties Act, 1932, shall apply accordingly;
- (c) in the case of any composite goods on which, by virtue of Section eight of the Import Duties Act, 1932, the general ad valorem duty would be chargeable only up to the amount, if any, by which it exceeds the duty chargeable on the goods under the said Section one, the general ad valorem duty shall, instead of being so chargeable, be chargeable up to the full amount thereof and the duty under the said Section one shall not be charged except in so far as the amount thereof exceeds the amount of the general ad valorem duty;
- (d) in this Resolution references to the said Section one shall be construed as references to that Section as amended by an enactment for the time being in force."