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III. And be it further enacted, That from and after the said After 10th enth Day of October One thousand eight hundred and twenty- Oct. 1828, ght, so much and such Parts only of any Act or Acts in force so much of · Scotland and Ireland respectively, as relate to the Rectification relating to r compounding of Spirits, and to the Rectifiers and Com- Rectifiers and ounders of and Dealers in and Retailers of Spirits, and to the Dealers, &c. zveral Matters and Things expressly provided for by the said in Scotland

and Ireland as icts of the Sixth Year and Third Year aforesaid, hereby exended to and established in and throughout the United Kingdom provided for by

are expressly 3 aforesaid, and as are inconsistent with or repugnant thereto, 6G. 4. c. 80. at not otherwise, shall be and are hereby repealed, save and and 3 G. 4. <cept so far as the said Acts or any of them repeal or repeals c. 52, ny former Act, or any Part or Părts of any former Act, and repealed. <cept also so far as the said Acts or any of them relate or relates

the charging, recovering, suing for, levying, paying, accounting ur, allowing, or mitigating of any Duty, or any Arrear or Part hereof, or of any Penalty or Forfeiture for any Offence against he said Acts repealed, or any of them, which shall have been or hall be committed on or before the said Tenth Day of October foresaid, all which Suits or other Proceedings, Matters, or Things, shall or may be had or proceeded on, and shall remain ind be to all Intents and Purposes whatsoever, as if the said Acts had not been repealed in manner aforesaid: Provided always, that Not to alter nothing herein contained shall extend or be construed to extend or affect n any Manner to alter or affect an Act passed in the last Session 7 & 8 G. 4. of Parliament, for consolidating and amending the Laws relating c. 53. o the Collection and Management of the Revenue of Excise throughout Great Britain and Ireland.

IV. · And Whereas by an Act passed in the last Session of - Parliament, intituled An Act to consolidate and amend certain 'Laws relating to the Revenue of Excise on Malt made in the ' United Kingdom, and for amending the Laws relating to Brewers in Ireland, and to the Allowance in respect of the Malt Duty on Spirits made in Scotland and Ireland from Malt only, it is enacted, that every Maltster or Maker of Malt shall, within the Space of Fourteen Days next after he or she shall have or ought to have made such Entry as in the said recited Act is mentioned, pay and clear off all the Duties which shall bave been charged upon and which shall remain unpaid by such Maltster or Maker of Malt, for or in respect of any Malt by him or her made, unless such Maltster or Maker of Malt shall have given Bond as in • the said recited Act is mentioned: And Whereas it is expedient 'to amend the said Act as hereinafter mentioned;' Be it enacted, Duty on Malt That from and after the passing of this Act all Duty charged to be paid upon or in respect of any Malt which shall be made to be used within Fourand consumed only by Distillers or Makers of Low Wines or

teen Days after Spirits, in Scotland or Ireland, in distilling Low Wines or Spirits

Entry made. made from Malt only, shall be paid and cleared off by the Maltster or Maker of such Malt within the Space of Fourteen Days next after such Maltster or Maker of Malt shall have or ought to have made such Entry as in the said recited Act is mentioned, whether any Bond or Security for the Payment of such Duties by such Maltster or Maker of Malt shall or shall not have been given, pursuant to the said recited Act, on pain that every such Maltster

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or Maker of Malt shall forfeit double the Amount or Sum of se Duties so neglected or refused to be paid within the said Space Fourteen Days; any thing in the said recited Act to the ea trary in anywise nowithstanding.

V. And be it further enacted, That this Act, or any of the P visions thereof, may be amended, altered, or repealed by any or Acts to be passed in this present Session of Parliament.

Act may be altered this Session.

s. 1.

CA P. XLVI.
An Act to enable certain Hotel Keepers to be licensed:

keep Hotels as common Inns, Alehouses, and Victoa
Houses, and to sell therein Beer and other Exciseau
Liquors, for the Residue of the present Year.

[15th July 189 35 G. 3. c. 113. 6 VHEREAS by an Act passed in the Thirty-fifth Year

the Reign of His late Majesty King George the To. • intituled An Act for the more effectual Prevention of selling · Ale and other Liquors by Persons not duly licensed, it is enacii. " that from and after the Twentieth Day of September One this • sand seven hundred and ninety-five, if any Person shall , Ale or Beer, or any other exciseable Liquors, by Retail, c • shall permit or suffer any Ale or Beer, or any other excisesti • Liquors, to be sold by Retail in his, her, or their House, 03 • house, or Yard, Garden, Orchard, or other Place, in that P: • of Great Britain called England, the Dominion of Wales, and · Town of Berwick-upon-T'weed, without being duly licensed so • do, and shall thereof be duly convicted, every such Persoas • offending shall for every such Offence forfeit and pay the SI

of Twenty Pounds, and also the Costs and Expences attendo; • the Conviction, to be levied and recovered as therein is directed " and on and after a Second Conviction for the like Offence

shall also be rendered incapable of being thereafter licensed • keep an Alehouse, or to sell Ale or Beer, or other exciseat : · Liquors, by Retail ; and several Provisions are also contained :

the said Act for the Recovery and Appropriation of the ac • Penalty: And Whereas certain Persons, being the Keepers : * Hotels for the temporary Residence of Guests, and not being • licensed to keep a common Inn, Alehouse, or Victualling House.

have, by supplying such Guests with Beer, or other exciseab's * Liquors, for their daily Consumption, inadvertently incurred te • aforesaid Penalty and Disability ;' for Remedy thereof be it enacted by the King's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal

, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the Keepers of Authority of the same, That every such Person, so being the Hotels, who

Keeper of

any

Hotel for the temporary Residence of Guests, without

who at any Time before the passing of this Act, Licence have sold Exciseable

and supplying any Guests in such Hotel with any Beer or other Liquors to their exciseable Liquor, without being licensed to keep a common Guests before Inn, Alehouse, or Victualling House, shall have thereby incurred the passing of the Penalty and Disability aforesaid, shall, on taking this Act, dis

Licences as hereinafter mentioned, be altogether freed, acquitted, charged from the Penalty.

and discharged of and from every such Penalty and Disability,

selling to

and

d all Proceedings for the Recovery thereof shall be null and id; the said recited Act or any other Act or Acts to the conary thereof notwithstanding. II. · And Whereas the Days and Times appointed by Law for Justices to grant Licences to keep common Inns, Alehouses, or Victualling Houses, for the present Year, are now past, and it is expedient to make special Provision for granting such Licences to the Keepers of such Hotels as aforesaid for the Residue of the present Year; Be it therefore enacted, That it Two Justices all be lawful for any Two or more Justices of the Peace or may grant a agistrates, if they shall so think fit, of any County, City, Licence to keep brough, Town, or Place in Great Britain, to grant theit Autho- such Hotel as a

common Inn, y or Licence to any Person keeping and using, and who shall

Alehouse, or ive kept and used any such Hotel as aforesaid, at and from Victualling e First Day of January One thousand eight hundred and twenty- House for the ght, or at any Time between that Day and the passing of this Residue of the ct, to keep such Hotel as a common Inn, Alehouse, or Vic

esent Year. ialling House for the Remainder of the present Year for ranting such Licences, and until the Time when the General icences for that Purpose are according to Law in due Course enewable; provided the Hotel in respect of which such Authoity or Licence as herein mentioned shall be applied for shall ave been kept and used as such Hotel, either by the Person or 'ersons who at the Time of applying for such Authority or Licence hail so keep and use the same, or by his, her, or their Preecessor or Predecessors therein, on and continually from the irst Day of January One thousand eight hundred and twentyight until the passing of this Act; and it shall be lawful for he Commissioners and Assistant Commissioners, Collectors, and supervisors of Excise to grant to every such Person, so authoized and licensed by any Two Justices as aforesaid, a Licence or Licences to sell Beer by Retail, or Cider or Perry, or other exciseable Liquors, to be drunk or consumed in the Hotel for which such Licence or Authority shall have been granted, in the same Manner as if such Hotel had been licensed by the Justices for that Purpose under and according to the Acts of Parliament in force at and immediately before the passing of this Act; any thing in the said Acts, or any of them, to the contrary thereof notwithstanding: Provided always, that every Person to whom such Authority or Licence shall be so granted by Two Justices as aforesaid, shall in all other respects whatsoever be subject and liable to the Rules and Regulations, Penalties and Forfeitures, and shall do and perform all Things whatsoever, which the Persons licensed or applying to be licensed by the Justices to keep a common Inn, Alehouse, or Victualling House shall by any such Act or Acts as aforesaid be required to do, or to which such Persons are made subject.

Ill. And be it further enacted, That this Act, or any of the Act inay be Provisions thereof, may be amended, altered, or repealed in this amended this present Session of Parliament.

Session.

САР.

CA P. XLVII.
An Act for regulating the Retail of exciseable Articles an:

Commodities to Passengers on board of Passage Vesso.
from one Part to another of the United Kingdom.

[15th July 15%

ployed for the Carriage and Conveyance of Passenger from one Part of the United Kingdom to another Part there ' and it would greatly tend to the Convenience and Acce ·modation of such Passengers, if the Master or Commander ? • other Person of or belonging to such Vessels were by LaFe

thorized to provide for and to retail and sell to such Passenga Foreign Wine, Strong Beer, Cyder, Perry, Spirituous Liqua

and Tobacco, to be consumed by such Passengers in and a • board of such Vessels during the Voyage :' Be it thereden enacted by the King's most Excellent Majesty, by and with ti Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, a.

Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the 4 Commander, thority of the same, That from and after the Fifth Day of la &c. of Vessels One thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight it shall be lari. and Packets carrying Pas

for the Commissioners of Excise in England, and for the ce sengers from

missioner or Commissioners and Assistant Commissioners of Exox one Part of

in Scotland and Ireland respectively, at any Time to grant : the United Licence to any Master or Commander of any Packet, Boat

. Kingdom to

other Vessel employed for the Carriage and Conveyance of Per another, may be licensed

sengers from one Part of the United Kingdom to another by the Com- other Parts thereof, or to any other Person belonging to any sed missioners of Packet, Boat, or Vessel, who shall be nominated and approves Excise to retail of by the Owner or Owners, or Director or Directors therec Wine, Beer,

residing in England, Scotland, or Ireland respectively, such Tobacco, &c. on board such

mination and Approval being signified by their writing an Vessels. subscribing a Certificate or Declaration, to be delivered by the

to the Commissioners or Assistant Commissioners of Excise that Part of the United Kingdom in which the Owner or Owners Director or Directors, reside, or to such Person as such Commi. sioners in England, or such Commissioner or Commissioners and Assistant Commissioners in Scotland and Ireland respectively shall respectively appoint for that Purpose, to provide for and to supply, retail, and sell to the Passengers on board such Vessa to be consumed by them in and on board thereof during the Voyage on which such Passengers shall be then carried and conveyed, Foreign Wine, Strong Beer, Cyder, Perry, Spirituos Liquors, and Tobacco; and that such Licence shall continue in force until the Fifth Day of July next ensuing the Date thered:

and such Licence shall be transferrable, by an Indorsement Licences to be thereon of such Transfer, subscribed by the Person to whom and transferrable;

in whose Name the same shall have been granted, his Executors or Administrators, or by any Assignee thereof, his Executors of Administrators, to any other Master or Commander, or any Person of or belonging to the said Vessel, or in case of the Los or breaking up of any such Vessel before the Expiration of any such Licence, to the Master, Commander, or any other Person

other

of

or belonging to any other Vessel of the same Owner or Owners, Company or Companies, substituted in lieu of the said Vessel respect of which such Licence was granted, and nominated d approved of by the Owner or Owners of such Vessels, or the rector or Directors of such Company or Companies, such Nonation, Approval, and Transfer being signified by the Subscripin of such Owner or Owners as aforesaid, or their Executors, dministrators, or Assigns, or of such Director or Directors, to ch Indorsement; and that every such Licence shall from Year and to be reYear be renewed before the Expiration of the Licence granted newed yearly. · the preceding Year, and shall fully authorize and empower - Person therein named, or his. Assignee, to supply, retail, and 1 Foreign Wine, Beer, Cyder, Perry, Spirituous Liquors, and bacco, or any of them, to be consumed in and on board of such :ssel by the Passengers thereof, during any Voyage on which ch Passengers shall be carried and conveyed while such Lince shall continue in Force; any thing in any Act or Acts in rce immediately before the passing of this Act to the contrary twithstanding II. And be it further enacted, That at the Time of granting such Duty on icence as aforesaid the Owner or Owners, or Director or Directors Licence. such Packet, Boat, or other Vessel in respect of which such Lience is applied for as aforesaid, shall pay or cause to be paid to e Commissioners of Excise in England, or Commissioner or Comissioners and Assistant Commissioners of Excise in Scotland or eland, to whom such Application shall be made, according to e Residence of such Owner or Owners, or Director or Directors

aforesaid, or to the Collector of Excise or other Person apvinted as aforesaid to grant the same, a Duty of One Pound. III. And be it further enacted, That if any Person shall retail Penalty for r sell

, on board any Packet, Boat, or other Vessel employed for selling Wines, he Carriage or Conveyance of Passengers from one part of the &c. without a nited Kingdom to another Part thereof, any Foreign Wine, Licence, 101. trong Beer, Cyder, Perry, Spirituous Liquors, or Tobacco, withut having taken out such Licence as is by this Act required, very such Person shall for every such Offence incur and be liable o a Penalty of Ten Pounds.

IV. And be it further enacted, That the Duties by this Act Duties to be mposed shall be under the Management of the Commissioners of under the Excise.

Excise. V. And be it further enacted, That all the Movies arising Monies arising by the Duties by this Act imposed (the Charges for raising and by Duties to be accounting for the same excepted) shall from time to time be paid carried to the and carried to and made Part of the Consolidated Fund of the Consolidated

Fund. United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, in like Manner with other Duties of Excise arising from Licences.

VI. Provided always, and be it enacted, That nothing in this Not to affect Act contained shall extend or be construed to extend to repeal any Regulaany Regulation, Penalty, or Forfeiture contained in or imposed by tions or any Law or Laws in force at the Time of passing this Act, for or

Penalties in respect of any Person carrying, removing, hiding, concealing, Smuggling. or landing any Spirits, or any other Goods or Commodities, on which the Duties of Excise chargeable and payable thereon have or for or in respect of any Vessel used or

employed

not been fully paid,

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