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the Time last above limited, to give their Attendance to and o
any of the Purposes aforesaid. Clerk of Peace XI. And be it further enacted, That inmediately after the b to publish Copy rolment of such Order, the Clerk of the Peace shall and bil of Enrolment. hereby required to cause to be published a Copy of the same
Three successive Numbers of One or more such weekly Ver. papers as aforesaid, and shall also transmit One Copy there's each Justice of the Peace dwelling within or usually acts within and for such County, Riding, or Division, having so
separate Commission of the Peace. Proceedings XII. And be it further enacted, That no Order to be made, er not to be any Proceeding to be had or taken, in pursuance of this dct
, el! quashed for Want of Form.
be quashed or vacated for Want of Form, or removed by (o tiorari, or any other Writ or Process whatever, into any of E) Majesty's Courts of Record at Westminster; any Law or Star
to the contrary notwithstanding. Not to extend XIII. And be it further enacted, That nothing in this to to Middlesex, contained shall extend or be construed or taken to extend to &c.
County of Middlesex in England, or to Scotland or Ireland.
Kingdom, of the several Laws of Excise relating to Licence
[15th July 182 : Wand Erelande respectively, at and immediately before
Commencement of the Year One thousand eight hundred ai ' twenty-five, upon the Importation into Great Britain and 1 · land respectively of Coffee, Cocoa, Pepper, Tobacco, c. · Foreign and Colonial Spirits and Wine, have been repealed
, at in lieu thereof Duties of Customs have been granted and mi) ' payable on the Importation of such Commodities respectives • into any Part of the United Kingdom: And Whereas Dealer « in and Sellers of Coffee, Cocoa, Pepper, Tobacco, Snuff, Forele " and Colonial Spirits and Wine, and Manufacturers of Tobaciv • and Snuff, were subject, under several Acts relating to 4 « Revenue of Excise in force previous to the granting of the sak · Duties of Customs, and previous to the Year One thous .. • eight hundred and twenty-five, to the Payment of Duties of • Excise upon Licences, and to the Survey of Officers of Excix. • and to Regulations relating to such Survey, and to the r
spective Stocks of such Commodities in the Possession of su « Traders, and to the granting of Permits for the Removal of sac • Commodities respectively, under and according to the severu
Provisions and Regulations, Penalties and Forfeitures contained in the said several Acts relating thereto respectively: And Whereas Doubts have arisen how far such Regulations, or the Jurisdiction and Management, Powers or Authorities of the Commissioners and Officers of Excise in the Matters aforesaid, are or may be applicable or remain in force ;' Be it therefore eclared and enacted by the King's most Excellent Majesty, by ad with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and emporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, id by the Authority of the same, That all Acts relating to the Excise Laws in evenue of Excise in force at and immediately before the Year force before ne thousand eight hundred and twenty-five, with respect to 1825, relating ealers in and Sellers of Coffee, Cocoa, Pepper, Tobacco, Snuff, and Manufacoreign and Colonial Spirits and Wine, and Manufacturers of
turers of certain obacco and Snuff respectively, and with respect to the taking exciseable id keeping Account of and Survey of all Stocks of such Com- Articles, shall odities respectively in the Possession of such Traders respect- continue in sely, and to the Manufacture of Tobacco and Snuff, and with force notwithespect to the granting of Permits for the Removal of such Com- thing in any hodities as aforesaid respectively, have remained and continued, Acts relating to nd are and shall be and remain and continue in full force and the Customs. irtue, as Laws relating to the Revenue of Excise (save and except o far as any of such Act or Acts, or any Part or Parts thereof,
ay have been repealed or altered by any subsequent Act relating o the Excise passed for that Purpose), and the said Acts shall nd may be executed and carried into Effect in all Particulars save and except as to the landing and shipment of the said Comaodities respectively, and the Collection and Payment of the Duties of Customs on the said respective Commodities, and the odging of such Commodities in Warehouses without Payment of Duty,) by the said Commissioners of Excise and their Officers ; and that all and singular the Powers and Authorities, Rules, Regulations, Provisions, and Directions (except as aforesaid) in anywise relating to the Licences to be taken out by the Dealers in and Sellers of such Commodities respectively, and to the Survey by the Excise Officers of such Dealers and Sellers, and of their respective Stocks of such Commodities respectively, and to the granting of all Permits (except as hereinafter mentioned) for the Removal of such Commodities respectively, contained in any Act or Acts relating to the said Commodities respectively, and the Jurisdiction and Management thereof by the Commissioners and Officers of Excise, shall and may be possessed, used, executed, exercised, and put in force by the said Commissioners of Excise and their Officers, to all Intents and Purposes whatsoever (save and except as aforesaid); any thing in any Act or Acts relating to the Duties or Revenue of Customs to the contrary in anywise notwithstanding. II. And be it further ena ed, That all Penalties and For- All Penalties
and Forfeitures feitures imposed by any. Act or Acts relating to the Revenue of
prosecuted by Customs or Excise respectively, which by Law the Officers of Order of ComExcise are authorized to prosecute, and which the Commissioners missioners of of Excise shall order to be prosecuted, shall and may be so pro- Excise shall be secuted, sued for, recovered, levied, mitigated, and applied, and prosecuted and
recovered in and by such Ways, Means, and Methods, and in, under, and
according to N4
before 8 G. 4. c. 53.
before such Jurisdiction respectively, as Penalties and Forfet &
Acts to the contrary thereof in anywise notwithstanding. Tea shall not III. And be it enacted, That it shall not be lawful to se. be sent to
remove, or convey any Tea from Great Britain to Ireland, -r Ireland with
to deliver any Tea out of any Warehouse in Great Britax
the Purpose of being sent, removed, or conveyed to Ireland, er
satisfied ; any thing in an Act made in the Sixth Year di 6 G. 4. c. 112. present Majesty's Reign, intituled An dct for the warehouse
Goods, or in an Act made in the Seventh Year of His piee 7 G. 4. c. 48. Majesty's Reign, intituled An Act to alter and amend the scor:
Laws relating to the Customs, or in any other Act or Acts in a immediately before the passing of this Act, to the contra;
anywise notwithstanding. Excise Laws IV. And be it further enacted, That all and every Ad : of Great
Acts now in force, or hereby declared to be in force as afores. Britain relating in England, relating to the Revenue of Excise on Tea 13 Cocoa, Pepper
, relating to Coffee, Cocoa, Pepper, Foreign and Colonial sa &c. extended to
and Wine, 'shall be established, observed, executed, and pst: the United force in and throughout the United Kingdom of Great Brian Kingdom. and Ireland, in the same Manner, to all intents and Purpas
whatsoever, as heretofore in England; any thing in any Ace
Acts to the contrary thereof in anywise notwithstanding. Coffee not to V. • And Whereas by reason of the Reduction of the Des be subject to . of Importation formerly payable on Coffee and Cocoa, it Perinits.
• become unnecessary to subject the same any longer to Pern. Be it therefore enacted, That so much of any Act or Ads relates to the requiring of Permits for the Removal of Coffee o Cocoa shall be and so much of any such Act or Acts as afores.
is hereby repealed. Act may be VI. And be it further enacted, That this Act, or any of t? amended in Provisions thereof, may be amended, altered, or repealed by 2 the present
Act or Acts to be passed in this present Session of Parliament. Session.
CA P. XLV.
whole of the United Kingdom, certain Provisions containe
[15th July 1829
3 G.4. c. 52.
in Reign of His present Majesty, intituled An Ad to get ' certain Duties in Scotland upon Wash and Spirits made from · Corn or Grain, and upon Licences for making and keeping
Stills, and to regulate the Distillation of such Spirits for Home Consumption, and for better preventing private Distillation in Scotland, until the Tenth Day of November One thousand eight kundred and twenty-four : And Whereas by an Act passed in the fourth Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, intituled An 4G. 4. c. 94. Act to grant certain Duties of Excise upon Spirits distilled from Corn or Grain in Scotland and Ireland, and upon Licences of Stills for making such Spirits, and to provide for the better colecting and securing such Duties, and for the warehousing of such Spirits without Payment of Duty, so much of the said hereinbefore recited Act of the Third Year of His present Majesty's Reign, and of several other Acts recited in the last-mentioned Act, as related, amongst other Things, to the making or disilling of Spirits in Scotland and Ireland, was repealed; but the everal Clauses, Rules, Regulations, or Provisions, Fines, Penalies, or Forfeitures, in the said Acts contained, relating to the rectifying and compounding of Spirits, or to the Rectifiers or Compounders thereof, in Scotland or Ireland, or relating to Dealers in or Retailers of Spirits, were left unrepealed : And Whereas an Act was passed in the Sixth Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, intituled An Act to repeal the Duties pay- 6G. 4. c. 80. able in respect of Spirits distilled in England, and of Licences for distilling, rectifying, or compounding such Spirits, and for the Sale of Spirits, and to impose other Duties in lieu thereof," and to provide other Regulations for the Collection of the said Duties, and for the Sale of Spirits, and for the warehousing of such Spirits, without Payment of Duty, for Exportation : And Whereas by
another Act passed in the Sixth Year of the Reign of His prei sent Majesty, intituled, An Act to repeal several Duties payable 66.4.c.81.
on Excise Licences in Great Britain and Ireland, and to impose other Duties in lieu thereof, and to amend the Laws for granting Excise Licences, all the several Duties then payable on Excise Licences were thereby repealed, and other Duties were thereon imposed in lieu thereof: And Whereas so much of the said firstrecited Act of the Third Year of His said Majesty as was not repealed as aforesaid has, by Two Acts passed in the Fifth and ' Seventh Years of His Majesty, been further continued and remains in force until the Fifth Day of July One thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight : And Whereas it is expedient that so much of the first-recited Act of the Sixth Year aforesaid, and ' the several Regulations, Provisions, Penalties, and Forfeitures therein contained, as respect or relate to the Rectification and compounding of Spirits, and to the Rectifiers and Compounders of and Dealers in and Retailers of Spirits, should be extended 'to Scotland and Ireland, and to establish the same in and
throughout the United Kingdom; and that the hereinbefore 'recited Act of the Third Year aforesaid, so far as the same re'mains in force, should be continued for a limited Time; and
that so much of the several Enactments and Provisions of the said Act of the said Third Year as relate to the Prevention of private Distillation in Scotland should be made perpetual ; and that so much of the said several Enactments and Provi. sions of the said Act as relate to the Rectification and compounding of Spirits, and to the Rectifiers and Compounders of
• Spirits, as are hereinafter mentioned, should also be en ' perpetual, and should be extended to the whole of the l'n: • Kingdom :' Be it therefore enacted by the King's most Era lent Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Le
Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliam After 10th assembled, and by the Authority of the same, That from and Oct. 1828, the Tenth Day of October One thousand eight hundred a so much of
twenty-eight, so much and such Part of the said hereinbar recited Act
recited Act of the Sixth Year aforesaid, intituled An Ad to ser 6 G. 4. c. 80. as relates to
the Duties payable in respect of Spirits distilled in England, on Rectifiers and Licences for distilling, rectifying, or compounding such Spirits
, Dealers, &c. for the Sale of Spirits, and to impose other Duties in lieu ther: in Spirits,
and to provide other Regulations for the Collection of the E. extended to Scotland and
Duties, and for the Sale of Spirits, and for the warehouse Ireland. such Spirits, without Payment of Duty, of + Exportation, and of :
several Enactments, Regulations, Provisions, Penalties, and Fr + Sic.
feitures in the said Act contained, as are in force in respect or in relation to the Rectification and compounding of Spo: and to the Rectifiers and Compounders of, and to the Dealer: and Retailers of Spirits, except as to the Amount of Licet Duties payable by such Traders respectively, shall extend and applied to, and shall be established, observed, executed, and you in force in and throughout Scotland and Ireland respectively, a in and throughout the United Kingdom of Great Britain and I land, in such
and the like Manner to all Intents and Purposes 25 2 the said recited Act had in such respects been originally extended to the whole of the United Kingdom ; any thing in the said 4. or in any other Act or Acts, to the contrary thereof in any
notwithstanding. So much of II. And be it further enacted, That so much of the here 3 G. 4. c. 52. before recited Act of the Third Year of His Majesty as shall be as is in force
in force at the Time of the passing of this Act shall be and the continued until 10th Oct. 1828;
same is hereby continued and shall be and remain in full Foro after that Day
until the Tenth Day of October One thousand eight hundrede. the Regulations twenty-eight; and that from and after the said Tenth Day respecting October One thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight, so mk. private Distil.
of the said Act of the said Third Year, and the several Regt lation in Scot- lations, Provisions, Penalties, and Forfeitures therein container land made perpetual ; and as relate to the Prevention of private Distillation in Scotland, staz
. so much as be and the same is and are hereby made perpetual ; and that so relates to Recti- much of the said Act as shall be in force as aforesaid, relating 19 fiers, &c.
the rectifying and compounding, and to the Rectifiers and Com as is not re
pounders of Spirits, not inconsistent with or repugnant to any pugnant to
the Provisions of the said first-recited Act of the Sixth lear 6 G. 4. c. 80. made perpetual, aforesaid, shall be and the same is and are liereby made perpetux and extended and shall be and the same are hereby extended and applied to. throughout and shall be established, observed, executed, and put in force ? the United
and throughout England and Ireland, and in and throughout the Kingdom.
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, in the same Warner to all intents and Purposes as if the said Act of the said Third Year had in such respects been originally extended to the whole of the United Kingdom; any thing in the said Act, or in any other Act or Acts, to the contrary thereof in anywise notwithstanding,