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Military Service Act, 1916.

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  • Description
    Text reads: "War regulations require that this poster must be displayed in a conspicuous place, and its defacement is an offence. Dominion of New Zealand; Military Service Act, 1916. ...
    Reservists' obligations: The reserve consists of men not less than 20 and under 46 years of age. Men not already registered must supply enrolment - card not later than the 16th September, 1916; Men already registered need not supply an enrolment - card, but must, not later than 16th September, 1916, notify present address if place of abode has altered since registration; Men reaching military age or arriving in Dominion after 16th September, 1916, must supply enrolment - card within fourteen days thereafter; After enrolment every reservist who changes his place place of abode must notify new address within fourteen days thereafter.
    Employers obligations: Employers must not employ a reservist who is not enrolled - penalty on conviction - Minimum fine, £20; Employers must not employ a deserter - penalty on conviction - Minimum fine, £50, or imprisonment not exceeding three months. ...
    (By order.) Malcolm Fraser, Government Statistician.".
    Poster advertising the Military Service Act, 1916. Describes the obligations of men aged between 20 and 46 to register for the Expeditionary Force reserve.
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    EPH-PW-1-103
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  • Catalogue title
    Military Service Act, 1916.
  • Identifiers
    EPH-PW-1-103  (Reference Number)
  • Unit
    Box 1
  • Description
    Text reads: "War regulations require that this poster must be displayed in a conspicuous place, and its defacement is an offence. Dominion of New Zealand; Military Service Act, 1916. ... Reservists' obligations: The reserve consists of men not less than 20 and under 46 years of age. Men not already registered must supply enrolment - card not later than the 16th September, 1916; Men already registered need not supply an enrolment - card, but must, not later than 16th September, 1916, notify present address if place of abode has altered since registration; Men reaching military age or arriving in Dominion after 16th September, 1916, must supply enrolment - card within fourteen days thereafter; After enrolment every reservist who changes his place place of abode must notify new address within fourteen days thereafter. Employers obligations: Employers must not employ a reservist who is not enrolled - penalty on conviction - Minimum fine, £20; Employers must not employ a deserter - penalty on conviction - Minimum fine, £50, or imprisonment not exceeding three months. ... (By order.) Malcolm Fraser, Government Statistician.". Poster advertising the Military Service Act, 1916. Describes the obligations of men aged between 20 and 46 to register for the Expeditionary Force reserve.
  • Physical description
    1 sheet : 345 x 216 mm.
  • Production
    Fraser, Malcolm, 1873-1949 (Creator)
    New Zealand  (Place of occurrence)
    1916
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  • Availability
    no known copyright restrictions  (Copyright)
  • Citation
    Military Service Act, 1916.,EPH-PW-1-103

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