Berger Office

However public performances and attractions were excluded. Ban on group 1: Outright bans in areas and communities as a whole were in 1932 for the Federal Province of lower Austria 70 relevant regulations adopted on the basis of the peddle patent and the section 60 ABS 4 GewO. The regulation of the lower Austrian Governor of the 17.02.1932 were issued prohibitions in three categories: for all goods and for an indefinite period; For certain goods for an indefinite period; For all goods on time. . Regulation of the lower Austrian Governor of the 15.09.1932 were issued prohibitions in four categories: for all goods and for an indefinite period; For certain goods for an indefinite period; For all goods on time. . Check out ECRI for additional information.

For certain goods at certain time. In addition, there were 69 more regulations on the basis of 60 ABS 4 trade regulations against the sale of Products from agriculture and forestry for individual municipalities. Ban on group 2: For all the goods and for an indefinite period in the regulation of the lower Austrian Governor of the 17.02.1932 ban for all goods and indefinitely for the districts of Ganserndorf(Marchegg), Gmund(Eichberg), Modling(Sittendorf), Neunkirchen(Penk), Scheibbs (St. Anton an der Jessnitz) and Zwettl(Bruderndorf, Jagenbach und Nieder-Nondorf) was adopted. In the regulation of the lower Austrian Governor of the 15.09.1932 issued a ban on all goods and indefinitely for the districts Amstetten(Kematen, Wallsee), Bruck an der Leitha (Hundheim, Leopoldsdorf, Scharndorf), Floridsdorf-Umgebung(Seyring), Horn(Stoitzendorf), Krems an der Donau (Dross, iron Berger Office, Hobenbach, Ostra, Paudorf and Wosendorf), Modling(Mitterndorf), Neunkirchen(Ternitz, Trattenbach), Tulln(Zeiselmauer), and the Thaya(Speisendorf) of Waidhofen. Ban on group 3: for certain goods for an indefinite period The regulation of the lower Austrian Governor of the 17.02.1932 adopted a prohibition for certain goods and indefinitely for the districts of Korneuburg (Maisbirbaum, for all goods with the exception of sweeping) and Zwettl (old Polla for cutting, knits, dresses, clothes and shoes).

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