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14. This act to continue for 31 years from July 1, 1791. Chap. 55.6. 48.
Silk. Silk, crapes and tiffanies, of Italy, if not imported directly from thence, to be forteited, and no drawback on the exportation of Italian filk, crapes or tiffanies. Chap. 37,
Slave Trade. 1, 5ool. to the secretary of commis
fioners under the slave act. Chap
41. 2. To continue acts for regulating the shipping and carrying Waves in
Britis vesels from Africa. Chap. 54:
Snuff. See Tobacco and SnuffChap. 47:
Somers Islands, See Bermuda. Chap. 4!.
Above 301. and not exceeding sol.
09 Above 50l. and not exceeding 100l.
I O Above 100l, and not exceeding ,
I 6 The same duties to be paid for notes payable to the bearer on demand, and re-issuable from time to time where first issued.
s, d, Notes payable to bearer on demand, re-ifluable where first issued, or at any other place, for 40s. and not above 5l. gs. o 6 Above 5l. 55. and not exceeding 301.
IO Bills of exchange, drafts, notes, &c. payable otherwise than upon demand, for 40 s. and not above 301.
06 Above 30 1. and not exceeding sol.
09 Above 5ol. and not exceeding
rool. Above 1091, and not exceeding
16 Bills, drafts, notes, &c. for more than 2001.
2 O The duties to be paid by the draw
er. Chap. 25. 1. 2. 2. Foreign bills, drawn in sets, not exceeding rool.
06 Above scal. and not exceeding 2001.
09 Above 2001,
I O Every bill of each set to be charged
with the duty. Same act, f. 3. 3. Orders on bankers, payable to
bearer on demand, and drawn within ten miles of the place of payment, exempt from duty,
Same act, f. 4. 4. Receipts for 40s. and under 201. 0 2 For 201. and under 50l. For gol. or upwards
06 Receipts in full
06 Same act, 1. 12.
Somerset House. 25,000l. for the buildings at Somerset House. Chap: 41.
Stamps. See Game. Chap. 21. $. d. 1. Drafts payable on demand
for 40s. and not above 5l. 55. Q 3 Above 5l. 55. and not exceeding 301.
Tobacco and Snuff.
: 1. None but tobacco ships to be
moored within the limits appoint, Stopham, Suflex.
ed by 29 Geo. 3. c. 68. on penalty
of 201. Chap. 47. See Rivers, Navigable. Chap. 66.
2. Dainaged tobacco to be burned,
and no allowance made to the Stourbridge, Worcestershire.
importer for the fame. Same act, See Paving. Chap. 70.
3. Tobacco and snuff may be imSugar,
ported into the port of Newcalle
upon Tyne, under the regulation of I. An additional duty of 2s. 8d. per the acts in force on June 10, 1791. hundred weight on sugars import
Same act, l. 3
ment of the commissioners of the Acts 26 Geo. 3. c. 89. and 25Geo. customs. Same act, f. 2.
3.c. 67. prohibiting the exportation of 3. A drawback of the said duty on tools and uten Gils of trade, continued exportation of the sugar in the state
to the end of the next sellion of parit was imported, and an additional liament.
liament. Chap. 43.
See Paving. Chap. 18.
775l. 185. 8d. 19. issued to Mr.CotSutton Pool.
ton, to pay bills of exchange by di
rection of the treasury. Chap: 41. See Carwater Chap. 41.
Wool and Worsted Yarn. Brewed in England according to 1. An act to prevent abuses and 28 Geo. 3. c. 46. for exportation to frauds in the manufacturesofcombScotland, not chargeable with any duty ing wool and worsted yarn in Norunder this act. Chap. 1.
folk and Norwich. Chap. 56.
2. A general meeting of manufac. Weddell Brook, Lancashire. turers to be on Sept. 2, 1991, to
chuse a committee to prosecute of See Canals, Navigable. Chap. 68.
fenders against this act, and appoint
a clerk. Same act. West India Isands.
3. Committee to meet quarterly, 1. No tobacco, pitch, tar, and seve- and chuse a chairman; but no bu
ral other things mentioned in this siness without five members are act, to be imported into the West
present, and three committee-men India islands, from any colony in may call a special meeting. Same South America, belonging to a fo
act, T. 4. reign European sovereign, on for- 4. Juftices to appoint inspectors of feiture of the goods and vefiel, ex- yarn, and the committee to station cept by the authority of the gover- and allow them salaries, who are nors of the West India islands in to inspect the reels, &c. and bring cases of publick emergency, and offenders to justice. Same act, 1.9. any article fo imported, if attempt- 5. Reeling of worsted yarn and puted to be exported, forfeited with
ting out wool-spinning regulated. the vessel. Chap. 38.
Same act, l. 12. 2. Before any of the said goods are 6. Penalties on false reeling of wor
Chipped for exportation, oath to sted yarn, and prosecutors not liabe made that they have not been ble to the charges of conveying ofso imported, and goods and vessels fenders to prison, and agents reforfeited, may be leized by officers fusing to discover persons guilty of of ships of war and officers of the false reeling subject to the penalty customis. Same aci, 1. 4.
of 5s. for every pound of such yarn,
and putters out of wool answerable Wilford, Suffolk.
for the wool given them to put out. See Poor. Chap. 72.
Same act, l. 15.
7. The collectors of excise to deduct iVimblington, Cambridgeshire.
6d, in a is. out of the drawback on
foap used in manufacturing wool, See Inclosures. Chap 8I.
and pay the fame to the treasurer
appointed by the committee, who is Wine Licence Ofice.
to pay the charges of this act out
of the same, and the rate of 6d. in a The King may direct allowances to be made to the officers of the wine
Is. may be reduced or increased. licence office deprived of their em
Same act, f. 22. ployments and salaries by act 30 Gco. 3. c. 38. Chap. 28.
See Canals, Navigable. Chap. 59. Witnesses. Persons convicied of petty larceny
Wreck River, Leicestershire. may be competent witnefies. Chap. See Rivers, Navigable. Chap: 77. 35.
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Statutes at Large,
Anno tricefimo fecundo GEORGII III. Regis:
Being the SECOND Session of the
Seventeenth Parliament of GREAT BRITAIN.
Vol. XXXVII. PART III.