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fuch Person shall for every such Offence forfeit the Sum of One hundred Pounds, and if any Copper in the Brewery or on the Premises of any Person so licensed shall be used for any purpose of Distillation, every such Copper, and all the Contents thereof, and all and every other Veffel and Utenfil in the Brewery or Premises of such Person, shall be forfeired and may be seized, and the Licence of such Person shall be and become cull and void ; and if any Maih Tun or Keeve, or other Veilel not so entered or registered, shall be found in use for the Purpofe of making Malt, or containing any ground Malt, every such Mash Tun, Keeve, or other Vefsel, and the Contents thereof,

Mall be forfeited, and may be seized. Penalty on IX. And be it further enacted, That from and after Ten Days Brewers using after the passing of this AA, no Brewer or other Person or Perfors uomalted Corn. in Ireland making or profesiing to make Beer, Ale, Porter, or Small First Offence

Beer for Sale, shall use any raw or unmalted Corn in the brewing or 200l. Second Offence making of any Beer, Ale, Porter, or Small Beer for Sale, or in the sool. &c. making or preparing of any Liquor to imitate or to resemble, or to be

mixed with, or to be used, fuld, or disposed of or delivered as or for Beer, Ale, Porter, or Small Beer, nor shall aay Brewer or other Per. son or Persons in Ireland fell, dispose of, send, or deliver, or cause to be fold, disposed of, sent, or delivered to any person or Persons whatever, as or for Beer, Porter, Ale, or Small Beer, any Liquor made or prepared from raw or unmal:ed Corn, or in the making whereof any raw or unmalted Corn shall have been ufed ; and if any Brewer or other Person in Ireland, shall at any Time use any raw or unmalted Corn in the brewing or making of any Beer, Porter, Ale, or Small Beer for Sale, or in the brewing, making, or preparing any Liquor which shall be asterwards sold, disposed of, or delivered as or for Beer, Porter, Al, or Small Beer, every such Brewer or other Person shall for the first Offence forfait the Sum of Two Hundred Pounds ; and for the second and every subsequent Offence the Sum of Five hundred Pounds; one half of the said Forfailures to be paid to the Informer; and upon Conviction for the third Offence therein, the Licence of such Person as a Brewer shall be null and void; and all Li. quor so made or prepared from raw or unmalted Corn in the Brewery or Stores of any such Brewer or other Person or Persons in Ireland, brewing Beer, Porter, Ale, or Small Beer for Sale, or profefling so to do, together with every Copper, Cooler, Back, Tur, Vat, or other Vellel or Utenfil whatsoever in which acy such Liquor Shall be contained, or which shall have been made use of or employed for or in the Brewery, making or preparing such Beer, Porter, Als, or Small Beer for Sale as aforelaid, shall be forfeited, and may be seized by any

Officer or Officers of Excise in Ireland. For registering X. And be it further enacted, That from and after Ten Days after Barley Stores in the passing of this Act, every Person or Persons licensed to brew Brewerits. Strong Bier, Porter, Ale, or Small Beer for Sale, who fhall have

any Malthouse adjoining to or connected, or communicating with his Brewery, Thall encer and register at the Excise Office of the Distrie, every Store Room and Place belonging to such Multhouse, in which Barley, or Grain called Bere or Big Thall be deposited, and that no Score for Barley or Grain called Bere or Big shall in any Casa be ad. joining to or connected with, or be open by Means of any Door or Doorway immediately to the Place it sucb Brewery where any Malt fall be wetted or mashed, or any Worts fhall be boiled, cooled, or

hopped ;

hopped ; and all Barley or Grain called Bere or Big, which thall be found in any Part of such Brewery or Malthouse, other than in such Room or Place so registered, and so feparate and apart from such Brewery, shall be forfeited and may be reszed, and the Person or Persons in whose Stores, Custody or poffeffion such Barley or Grain called Bere or Big shall be found, shall furfcit for every such Offence the Sum of One hundred Pounds.

XI. And be it further enacted, That from and after Ten Days For registering after the passing of this Aa, every Person or Persons licensed to Oat Sares in brew as aforesaid, shall in like Manner enter a :d register in the Breweries. Excise Office of the Distria, every Store Room and Place in which Oats Thail or may at any Time be deposited, and that no such Score Room or Piace shall be adjoining to or connected with, or be open by means of any Door or Doorway immediately to the Place where any Malt shall be wetted or mashed, or any Worts shall be bojie', cooled, or hopoed; and any Oats which shall be found in the Puff:fii n of any such Person or Persons, in any other Piace than a Store or Place so registered, shall be forfeited and may be seized; and fuch Person or Persons in whose Cuftody, Store or Poffeffion, such O.is hall be found, shall for every such Offence forfeit the Sum of 0::e hundred Pounds.

XII. And be it further ena&ed, That from and after Ten Days Raw Corn after the passing of this Act, no Brewer or other Person in Ireland proud or

bruised in Hrey. making or profeffing to make Ale, Beer, Porter, or Small Beer, fhall erirs, ball be have in his or her Brewery, or in any part of the Premises connected foríeited. with his or her Brewery, any raw or unmalted Corn ground or bruised, and that all raw or unmalted Corn ground or bruiled, which shall be found in such Brewery or Premises, together with all Sacks, Vessels or Packajes in which such raw Corn ground or bruised lhall be contained, and all C+rts, D-ays, and other Carriages on which such raw Corn or unmalted Corn belonging to such Brewer or Person, ground or bruised, shall be found in the Course of Conveyance, and all Horses attached to every such Cart, Dray or other Carriage, fhall be forfeited, and may be respectively seized by any Officer or Officers of the Excise. XII. And be it further enacted, That from and after Ten Days

, Penalty for after the palling of this A&. ro Brewer or other Person in Ireland using Drugs in fhall use any Sugar Water, Distillers' Spent-wash, Sugar, Melaffes, brewing, 100l. Vitriol, Quaflia, Coculus Ind.cus, Grains of Paradise, Guinea Pepper, Upium, or any Ingredient whatsoever, wnich shall possess any deleterious or unwholelome Quality, in the making or brewing of any Beer, Porier, Ale cr Small Beer ; and if any Brewer or other Person shall use any such Ingredients in the brewing or making of any Beer, Purter, Ale, or Small Beer, every luch Brewer or other Person shall forfeit for every such Off-nce the Sum of One hundred Pounds, and all Liquor in the brewing of which any such Sugar Water, Distillers' Spent-wash, Sugar, Melaffes, Vitriol, Quallia, Coculus Indicus, Grains of Paradife, Guinea Pepp r, Opium, or any Ingre. dent which shall polless any deleterious or unwholesome Quality Thall have been used, and all such Sugar Water, Distillers' Spent-wash, Sugar, Melafl-s, Vitriol, Quafiia, Cyculus Indicus, Grains of Para. dile, Guinea Pepper, Opium, or logredient, in the Brewery or Scores of every such Brewer or other Purion, together with every Copper, Cooler, Back, Tun, Vat or other Vaffel in which any such L quor,

Material

Material, or other Ingredient fhall be contained, or which shall have been made use of or employed for brewing such Beer, Porter, Ale,

or Small Beer as aforesaid, mall be forfeited, and may be seized or Colouring for

spilled and destroyed : Provided always, that nothing herein contained Porter.

shall be construed to prevent any Porter Brewer from using any Article known by the Name of Colouring, provided that the same shall be made or prepared from burnt Sugar only, and reduced to a bitter Liquid by the Infufion of Water; and if any Brewer shall use in the brewing of Beer, Porter, Ale, or Srnall Beer, any Extract from Sugar not of the aforelaid Description, or any Colouring poffefling any deleterious or unwholesome Quality whatsoever, fuch Beer, Ale, Porter, or Small Beer, and such Extract from Sugar and Colouring, which shall be found in the Brewery or Stores of such Brewer, shall be forfeited, ard Mall and may be seized or spilled and destroyed, and ail Veftels in which the same shall be contained shall be forfeited and may be seized, and such Brewer shall also for every such Offence

forf-it the Sum of One hundred Pounds. Bounty to XIV. And whereas the Allowances made by Law to Persons Retailers of

retailing Beer, Porter, or Ale, are not recessary to be continued Beer to be discontinued.

longer than until the Twenty.ninth Day of September, One Thousand eight Huodred and nine, be it therefore enacted, That it shall not be lawful for any Person licensed to sell Spirituous Liquors, Wine, Beer, Ale and Cyder by Retail, in the Cities of Dublin, Cork, Waterford or Limerick, to require, demand or receive any Certificate from the Commissioners of Excise, for the Purpose of claiming any Bounty in respect of any Quantity of Strong Beer or Ale, that such Person may have sold by Retail in the Year ending the Twentyninth Day of September One thousand eight hundred and nine, or within any subsquent Year; and that it shall not be lawful for the Commiffioners of Excise to give or grant any such Certificate, cor for the Commissioners of Stamp Duties in Ireland to pay any Bounties to any such Persons in respect of any Quantity of Strong Beer or Ale sold by such Person by Retail within the said Year, or within

any subfequent Ycar, any Thing in an Ad made in the Forty-fitth 45 G. 3. c. 50. Y car of His present Majefty's Reign, intituled, An Aa for regulating $ 67.

Licences for the Sale of Spirituous Liquors, Wine, Beer, Ale and Cyder by Retail, and for discouraging the immoderate Use of Spirituous Liquors

in Ireland, or in an A&t made in the Forty.fixth Year of His present 46 G. 3. c. 64. Majesty's Reign, intituled, An Ad to repeal the several Duties under & s.

the Care of the Commisioners for managing the Duties upon framped Vellum, Parchment and Paper in Ireland, and to grant new and additional Duties in lieu thereof, and to amend the Laws relating to the

Stamp Duties in Ireland, to the contrary thereof not withitanding, Powers of

XV. And be it further enacted, That all Penalties and Forfeitures 45 G. 3. c. 53. under this A& shall be recovered, levied, and applied in such Manner applied 10

as is directed by the faid recited Act of the Forty-fifth Year of his this Act.

present Majefty's Reign, intituled, An Aa for the Colleaion of the Mal Duties in Ireland, and regulating the Trade of a Maltfter, with respect to Penalties and Forfeitures under the said recited Aet, and that all the Power, Clauses, Provifions, Rules and Regulations contained in the said recited Ad, or in any Act or A&is for amending the same, shall be applied in the Execution of this Act, as fully and effe&tually to all Intents and Purposes as if the said Clauses, Provisions, Rules and Regulations were repeated and re-enacted in this Act, and that

the

the said recited Act and this Act shall be construed together as one
Act. so far as the same are confiftent and compatible with each
other, and as the said recited Act of the Forty fifth Year is altered
and amended by this Act, or by anv other Act or Acts in Force at
the Time of the passing of this Act.
Ad may be altered this Seffion. $ 16.

CAP. LVIII.
An Act to explain and render more effectual an Act, paffed

in the Parliament of Ireland in the Thirty-sixth Year of His
present Majesty's Reign, for the Encouragement and Relief
of Friendly Societies.

[3d June 1809.) HEREAS by an Act, made in the Parliament of Ireland

in the Thirty-fixth Year of His present Majesty's Reign, 'intituled, An A? for the Encouragement and Relief of Friendly So. Irish Act, cieties, reciting that several benevolent and charitable Inititutions 36 G.3.c. 58.

and Societies had been formed in Ireland, for the Purpose of re

lieving by voluntary Subscriptions and Benefactions the Widows, • Orphans, and Families of the Clergy, both of the eltablished s Church and Diflenters, and others in diftreffed Circumstances; cer"tain Regulations were made for the Benefit of such of the said · Charitable Institutions and Societies as should procure the Rules for " the Distribution and Management of their Funds, to be presented

to the Justices of the Peace at any Quarter Sessions to be holden • within the Time limited in the said Act: And whereas it is expe. 6 dient to extend the Benefits of the said Ad to such Charitable Infti. • tutions and Societies, for the Purposes aforeíaid, as may have omitted "to register their Rules for the Distribution and Management of their • Funds, within the Time limited by the said recited A&t; and also " to such Charitable Institutions and Societies for the purposes afore• said, as have been instituted since the said recited Act, or may here

after be instituted :' B- it therefore enacted by the King's molt Excellent Maj-sty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament affimbled, and by the Authority of the same, That, from and all Friendly after the passing of this Act, it shall and may be lawful for the Mem- Societies bers of any Charitable Institution or Society, which, at any

inftituted either Time

before or after before the passing of the said recited Ad or this A&, shall have been passing the eitablished, or which at any Time after the passing of this Act shall recited A&t may and may be established in that Part of the United Kingdom called frame Rules for Ireland for the Purposes aforesaid, to frame good and wholesome Rules, the Management

of their Funds. Orders, and Regulations, for the Management and Distribution of their Funds, and such Rules, Orders, and Regulations, from Time to Time to amend and alter, and in make new Rules as occalion shall require, and as fhall appear necessary to the Majority of the said Societies respectively at their regular Publick Meetings, or any Ad. journment thereof, so as such Rules, Orders, and Regulations shall not be repugnant to the Laws in force in Ireland, or to any of the express Provisions or Regulations of the said recited AA.

II. Provided always, and be it enacted, That all such Rules, Oro Such Rules shall ders, and Regulations, shall be exhibited in Writing under the Signa- be submitted to ture of the Chairman, President, Moderator, or Regitter of such so, the Quarter

cieties

may coufirin

Sessions, who cieties respectively, with all convenient Speed after the same mall have

been made, altered, or amend-d, to the Alliftane Barrister and Justices them.

of the Peace afsembled at the General Quarter Sessions of the Peace, or at any Adjournment thereof, in and for the County, County of a Cry, or County of a Town where such Cheriable Inititution or Sacitiy shall be respectively eftablished ; and such Rules, Orders, and Regulations shall be subject to the Review of such Afitant Barrister and Justices; and in case such Rules, Orders, and Regulations shall be found upon Examination by the said Aflitant Barrier and Justices, either at the then or the then next subsequeni S sion to c.n'ain nothing repugnant to the Laws of this Realm, or the expref: Prne vision of the said recited A2, such Affitant Barrister and Justices shall and may, and they are hereby authoriz-d, empowered, and required to order the Cerk of the Peace to fign the same, and to file a Duplicate of such Rules, Orders, and Regulations, and to depofit the same with the Rolls of said So fins, in like Manner as is required by the said recited Act in other like Cases; And in case it fall happen that any such Charitable Inflitution or Society shall confiit of Members residing in more Connties than one, then and in such Case all such Rules, Orders, and Regulations may and shall be confirmed and registered as aforesaid by the Alliitant Barrister and Juftices in and for the County in which such Society shal; be established, or in any other County selected for that Purpote by such Society, and where in any

of the Members of such Society shall reside. Societies, whose III. And be it further enacted, That all such Charitable Societies Rules (hall be so or Institutions for the Purposes aforesaid, whose Rules. Orders, and confirined, shall Regulations shall at any Time after the passing of this AA be so be entitled to the Benefit of

approved and filed as herein directed, shall be entitled to the Benefit of recited Act.

the said recited Act of the Thirty-sixth Year aloresaid, and of all the Clauses and Provili ns in the said Act contained, in r-larion to the Appointment of a Treasurer or Treasurers, Trustee or Trustees, and to the taking Security from such Treasurer, and to the lending of any Part of the Capital Stock or Fund of such Societies or Inititutions on Publick or Private Securities, and to the protecting, securing, transferring, or recovering the same; and the said recited A& shall extend and be construed to extend to all such Charitable Inflitutions and Societies with relation to the several Matters before mentioned,

as fully as if the fame were repeated and re-enacted in this Act. Funds of the

iv. Provided always, and be it enacted, That it shall not be law. Societies thall be sul for any Treasurer or other Officer entrusted with Monies belonging applied to the

any

such Charitable Society or Institution for the Purposes afore. Purpofes of the

said, to apply or appropriate any Part thereof under any Pretext what. Societies only.

ever, to any Uses or Purposes ocher than the Payment of the An. nuities to the Widows, Orphans, or Families of deceased Members of fuch Charitable Societies or Inftitutions entitled to the same, ex. cepting only such reasonable Salary for his Trouble and Experce attending the Management of the Funds of any such Charitable Society or Institution respectively, as shall be allowed to such Treasurer or Officer in the regular Settlement of his Accounts, with the Members, Truftees, or Governois thereof; and that any Surplus remaining in the Hands of any Person being such Treasurer or other Officer, after paying the Annuities and deducting the Salary and Expences of Management as aforesaid, shall be added to and accounted for as Part of the Capital Stock er Fund of the Charitable Society or Institution

respectively,

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