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• Justice or Magistrate was thereby authorized inftead of holding any • Tuch Person to hail, to carry and convey, or cause to be carried or ' conveyed such Person on board any of His Majesty's Ships of War

• in order to his being entered and riceived as a Seaman or Marine : 47 G. 3. ft. 2. • And whereas by the said A& made in the Forty-seventh Year of the c. 66. $ 15. Reign of His present Majelly, it was enacted, that it shall and may

• be lawful for any Officer of the Army, Navy, or Marines, or of • the Customs or Excise, to detain, or to take and carry any such • Person as is therein mentioned, and every Perlon liable to be arrested • and detained under that Act or the said Act made in the Forty• Gifth Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, being a Seaman or • Seafaring Man, to any Ship or Vestel of War is His Majesty's Ser. • vice, or to the Custody of any Officer employed in His Majesty's • imprest Service, and that any such Person being such Seaman or • Seafaring Man as aforesaid, might thereupon, if dit and able to serve

• His Majesty, be impressed into His Majesty's Naval Service : And Persons liable

whereas some of the Persons f» liable to be arrested may be not fit to be detained under recited

• or able to serve His Majesty in his Naval Service, and it is therefore Aets, who shall expedient to make such Provision as is herein-after mentioned with be found unfit to regard to fuch Persons ;' Be it therefore enacted, That from and serve in the after the paffing of this AA, when any Person liable to be arrested Navy, shall

or detained, and arrested or detained, under the said laft-inentioned forfeit 1001. &c.

A&s or either of them, shall be found not fit or able to serve His Ma. and may be held to Bail, or

jesty in his Naval Service, and shall be refused by any proper Naval committed by a

Officer to be received into any such Naval Service, every such Person Juftice of Peace. Thall forfeit and lose the Sum of One bundred Pounds; and it shall

and may be lawful to and for any Officer or Officers of the Army, Navy, Marines, Customs, or Excise, and he and they is and are hereby authorized, empowered, and required to convey the said Person before One or more of His Majefty's Justice or Justices of the Peace, and it Ahall and may be lawful to and for such Jultice or Justices of the Peace, and he and they is and are hereby required upon Proof on Oath by One or more credible Witness or Witoefles, that such Person was so liable to be arrested or detained, and has been so refused as being oot fit or able to so serve His Majeity, to hold such Person to bail with Two or more good and sufficient Sureties in the Sum of One hundred Pounds each, for the Appearance of such Person to answer to any Information that may be brought or exhibited against him in that Be half, and to pay such Penalty, and in default of any such Person finding such good and sufficient Bail as aforesaid, or until the same shall be found, it shall and may be lawful to and for such Justice or Justices to commit such Person to any Gaol or Prison or House of Correction, there to remain until he shall pay the said Penalty, or be delivered by due Course of Law.

IV. · And Whereas by the Laws in force for the better levying the Duties upon Coals, Culm, and Cioders, brought or carried Coast • wife, the Meters, Weighers, or Measurers, are required to deliver • a Certificate under their Hands of the Sorts, Quantities, and Num. • bers of Chalders or Tuns of Coals, Culm, and Cinders, which shall • be delivered by them from on board any Ship or Vessel, and it is

• therefore expedient to prevent any Coals, Culm, or Cinders, being Coals, &c.

unshipped without their Presence or "Permission ;' Be it therefore anthipped without the

enacted, That, from and after the passing of this AG, in case any Coals, (except Charcoal made of Wood,) or any Culm pr Cinders,

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brought Coaft wise from any Port' or Place in Great Britain into any Presence of this Port or Place in England or Wales, shall be un hipped or delivered proper Officer, from any Ship or Ville), without the Presence or Permission of the Thall be forfeited. Meter or other proper Officer appointed to measure or weigh the same, according to the Directions of an AA defied in the Ninth and Tenth Year of the Reign of His late Majelty King William the Third, in. tituled, An Aa for granting to His Majelly several Duties upon Coals 9 & 10 W. 3. and Culm, ail such Coals, Cilm, and Cinders, (whether the Duties c. 13. shall bave been paid or not,) shall be forfeited and loft, and the same shall and may be seized by any Officer or Officers of the Customs.

V. And be it further enact'd, That all Coals, Culm, and Cinders, Recovery and seized under the Authority of this A&, shall and may be prosecuted, Application of recovered, and disposed of in like Manner, and by such Ways, Means, such Forfeitures, and Methods, as any Forfeitures incurred for any Offence again the Laws of the Customs may now be prosecuted, recovered, and disposed of, according to the Laws in foree on and immediately before the passing of this Act.

VI. · And Whereas it is expedient to permit the Exportation of • Salt, pepper, and Wine from the Illands of Guernsey or Jersey, for • the Supply of the Illand of Sark, in smaller Packages than are now • allowed by Law, under certain Regulations and Restridions ;' Be it therefore enacted, That it shall be lawful to export from either of Salt, pepper, the 10ands of Guernsey and Jersey, at any One Time, any Quantity and Wine, may of Salt not exceeding Ten Buthels, any Quantity of Pepper not ex.

be exported from

Guernsey or ceeding Fifty Pounds Weight, or any Quantity of Wine not ex.

Jersey to Sark, ceeding Ten Dozen reputed Qzart Bottles, for the Supply of the in certain sinull said Island of Sark, and the laid Articles may be so exported in Quantities, in any Boat not exceeding the Burthen of Ten Tons, such Boat having Boats not a Licence from the Principal Officers of the Customs at either of the exceeding Ten faid 10 ands of Guernsey and Jersey, for the Purpose of being employed for the Purpoic

. in carrying Commodities for the Supply of the said and of Sark, which Licence such Officer is hereby authorized and required to grant, without taking any Fee or Reward for the fame : Provided always, that every such Boat having on board at any One Time any greater Quantity of the respective Articles than what is permitted by this AA, such Articles, if in Packages of less S 22 or Content than prescribed by the Laws in force, Ihall be forfeited, and shall and may be seized by any Officer or Officers of the Army, Navy, or Marines, or of the Customs or Excise.

CA P. LXIII.
An Act for repealing the Duties on the Materials used in

making Spread Window Glass and Crown Glass, and for
granting other Duties in lieu thereof, and for the better
Collection of the said Duties,

[3d June 1809.]

e immediately before the passing of this A&, certain Duties of 43 G. 3.c.69: • Excise are chargeable on the Materials, Metal, or other Preparations 45 G. 3.6.30: • made Use of in Great Britain in the making of Spread Window 46 G. 3. C. 138. • Glass, commonly called or known by the Name of Broad Glass ; • and also on the Materials, Meral, or other Preparations made Use • of io Great Britain in the making of all other Window Glass, not bçing Spread Glass, whether fathed or otte. wise manufa&ured, and

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..commonly called or known either by the Name of Crown Glass or German Sheet Glass, and certain Drawbacks are allowed on the Ex• portation of such Glass as Merchandize, and certain Countervailing • Duties are also chargeable on all such Glass as aforesaid made in Ireland and imported into Great Britain : And whereas it is expedient to repeal the said Duties and Drawbacks, and to impose other Duties

and grant other Drawbacks in lieu thereof;' Be it therefore 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 Authority of the same, That Duties and

from and after the First Day of August One thousand eight handred Drawbacks on Window Glass, and nine, all and fingular the said Duties and Drawbacks shall cease &c. thall ceale. and determine, and be no longer payable or paid, save and except in

all Cases relating to the recovering, allowing, or paying any Artcars thereof respectively, which may at any Time remain unpaid, or to any Fine, Penalty, or Forfeiture, Fines, Penalties, or Forfeitures, relating thereto respectively, which ihsli have been incurred at any Time before or on the said First Day of August One thousand eight hun.

dred and nine. New Diities in

II. And be it further enacted, That from and after tbe said First lieu of former Dulies.

Day of August. One thousand eight hundred and nine, in lieu and inftead of the Duties by this Act repealed, there shall be raised, levied, colle&ted, and paid unto His Majesty, His Heirs and Succef. fors, the several Rates and Duties of Excise herein-after mentioned;

that is to say, British Spread For every Hundred Weight of Spread Window Glass, commonly Glafs.

called or known by the Name of Broad Glass, which shall be made in Great Britain, Fifteen Shillings, and so in proportion for any

greater or less Quantity: British Crown

For every Hundred Weight of ail other Window Glass, not being Glais.

Spread Glass, whether fathed or otherwise manufactured, and com-
monly called or known by the Name of Crown Glass, or German
Sheet Glass, which shall be made in Great Britain, One Pound Sixteen
Shillings and Nine-pence, and so in proportion for any greater or

less Quantity: Irish Spread For every Hundred Weight of Spread Window Glass, commonly Glass.

called or known by the Name of Broad Glass, which shall be made in Ireland and imported from thence into Great Britain, a Countervailing Duty of Fifteen Shillings, and so in proportion for any greater

or less Quantity : Irish Crown For every Hundred Weight of all other Window Glass, not being Glass. Spread Glass, whether Hashed or otherwise manufactured, and com

monly called or known by the Name of Crown Glass, or German Sheet Glass, which shall be made in Ireland, and imported from thence into Great Britain, a Countervailing Duty of One Pound Sixteen Shillings

and Nine-pence, and so in proportion for any greater or less Quantity. Drawbacks III. And be it further enacted, That the following Drawbacks allowed:

Shall be allowed; that is to say,

For every Hundred Weight of Spread Window Glass, commonly called or known by the Name of Broad Glass, made in Great Britain, and for which all the Duties imposed in respect thereof shall have been paid, and which shall be duly exported to Foreign Parts or to Ireland as Merchandize, a Drawback of Fifteen Shillings, and so in proportion for any greater or less Quantity :

For

· For every Hundred Weight of all other Window Glass, not being Spread Glass, whether flashed or otherwise manufa&tured, and commonly called or known either by the Name of Crown Glass, or German Sheet Glass, made in Great Britain, and for which all the Duties imposed in respect thereof shall have been pard, and which shall be duly exported to Foreign Parts or to Ireland as Merchandize, a Drawback of One Pound Sixteen Shiliings and Ninc.pence, and so in proportiun for any greater or less Quantity.

IV. And be it further enacted, That such of the Duties by this Duties shall be AA imposed, as shall arise in that Part of Great Britain called Enga under Comland fall be under the Management of the Commissioners of Excise missioners of

Excise, in England, for the Time being, and such thereof as shall arise in that Part of Great Britain called Scotland, shall be under the Ma. nagement of the Commissioners of Excise in Scotland, for the Time being

V. And be it further enacted, That all and every Maker or Directions for Makers of Spread Window Glass, or of Crown Glais respectively, the Construction ball, and he, the, and they is, and are her: by required, to erect, of the Annealing

Arch or Oven. build, make, and construct, evers Annealing Arch or Oven, by him, her, or them interded to be made use of for the annealing of Spread Window Glass, or Crown Glass respectively, in a retangular Form, with the Sides and Ends thereof perpendicular and parallel to each other respe&ively, and the Bottom thereof level, and with only one Mouth or Entrance into the same, and shall number the same progressively, with a durable Mark, and if any such Maker or Makers shall ercct, build, make, or contruct, any Annealing Arch or Oven, contrary to the Directions of this Act, or shall neglect or refuse to number or mark the same according to the Directions of this Act, or shall make use of any Annealing Arch or Oven, not constructed in the Manner before directed, all and every such Maker and Makers so offending, shall for every such Offence forfeit and lose the Sum Penalty 1001, of One hundred Pounds.

VI. And be it further enacted, That all and every Maker or Iron Grating Makers of Spread Window Glass, or of Crown Glafs, shall at his, her, shall be aflixed and their own Expence, find, provide, and affix, a good and sufficient to Entrance of Iron Grating to the Mouth or Entrance of every Annealing Arch and with Fastenings, Oven, by him, her, or then intended to be made Use of, for the an- &c. Penalty on nealing of Spread Window Glass, or Crown Glass respectively, such opening fame, Iron Grating to be approved of in Writing, by and under the Hand unless unlocke of the respective Surveyors or Supervisors of Excise, of the Division by Officer &c

1001, or District, within which such Annealing Arch or Oven Mall be fituate, and proper Locks and Keys, and all other necessary Faftenings for securing and sealing every such Annealing Arch and Oven, and the Mouth or Entrance, and Iron Grating thereof, shall be provided by the respective Surveyors and Supervilors of Excise, of luch Di. vifion or Dittrict, at the Expence of such Maker or Makers, and · when and so soon as any such Maker or Makers shall have delivered or ought to have delivered, the Declaration of the Number of Tables put or deposited or contained in any such Annealing Arch or Oven, as by this A& is directed and required, the proper Officer or Officers of Excise shall immediately lock, faften, and real every such Annealing Arch or Oven, and the Mouth or Entrance, and Iron Grating thereof, and shall keep the same locked, sealed, and fastened, from ine Time such Declaration as aforesaid shall be or ought to bave been given, K4

until

until the Glass contained in such Annealing Arch or Oven shall be taken out in the Presence of the proper Officer or Officers of Excise, for the Purpose of being weighed and charged, and if any such Maker or Makers shall neglect or refuse at his, her, and their own Expence, to find or provide such good and fufficient Iron Grating, or to affix the same in the Manner herein directed, before such Annealing Archor en shall be made Use of as aforesaid, or to pay for any Lock, Key, or other neceffary Faitening, which shall be provided by any Surveyor or Supervisor of 'Excise, according to the Directions of this A&, or if any Person or Persons Mall obtruct or hinder any Officer or Officers of Excise, or any Person or Persons by him or them employed in that Behalf, in the fixing or placing any such Fattening, in fuch Manoer as such Officer or Officers shall dire&t or think expedient to answer the Purposes by this Act in that Behalf intended, or in the locking, sealing, or securing any such Annealing Arch or Oven, or the Mouth or Entrance or Iron Grating thereof, or any such Fastening as aforesaid, or by any Means, Art, Device, or Contrivance whatsoever, Mall open any such Lock or Annealing Arch or Oven, or the Mouth, Entrance, or Iron Grating thereof, after the same shall have been locked, sealed, fastened, or secured as aforesaid, before the fame shall have been unlocked and opened by the proper Officer of Excise, or shall wilfully break or damage any such Lock, Seal, or Fastening, every such Maker or Makers, or other Person or Perfons fo offending, shall for each and every such Offence forfeit and lose

the Sum of One hundred Pounds. Locks and VII. Avd be it further enacted, That where any Locke, Keys, or Fastenings thall Fastenings, fhall be provided in pursuance of this Act, all and every he altered and kept in Repair

Maker and Makers of Spread Window Glass or Crown Glass respec. when required

tively, to whom such Locks, Keys, and Faftenings respectively ihall Penalty sol. then belong, shall, at his, ber, or their own Expence, from Time to

Time, and at all Times when required fo to do by the respective Surveyors or Supervisors of Excise of the Division or Dittrict in which such his, her, or their Glats House shall be fituate, immediately set about altering, repairing, and amending; and shall also, within a reasonable Time then next following, alter, repair, and amend the fame respectively according to such R-quifition; and if any such Maker or Makers of Spread Window Glass or Crown Glass respectively, to whom any such Locks, Keys, and Faitenings, or any or either of them shall belong, shall neglect or refuse immediately to fet about the altering, repairing, or amending the fame, or to repair, amend, or alter the same when thereunto required, according to the Directions of this AA, be, the, or they shall, for each and every such Neglect or Re

fusal, forfeit and lose the Sum of Fifty Pounds. Noticeof heating VIII. And be it furtber enacted, That when any Maker or the Annealing Makers of Spread Window Glass or Crown Glass respectively shall Arch shall be

be desirous to prepare, light, or kindle any Fire, to beat his, her, given to Excise Oficer.

or their Andealing Arch or Oven, into which any Spread Window Peualty 501. Glass or Crown Glass is intended to be put or deposited, for the Puro

pose of annealing the same, such Maker or Makers shall give to the Officer of Excise under whose Survey be, she, or they shall then be, Six Hours Notice in Writing of his, ber, or their Intention; and if any such Maker or Makers shall neglect or refuse to prepare, light, and kindle such Fire within One Hour after the Time mentioned in fuch Notice, shen such Notice shall be void, and such Maker or Makers

shall

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