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Grana Germanica, Gum Mountjack, Jessaminę Ointment, Lapis Hyacinthia, Oil of Annifeeds, Oil of Carraway-feeds, Oil of Cinnamon, Oil of Cloves, Oil of Copavia, or Ballam of Copavia, Oil of Juniper, Oil of Lignum Rhodium, Oil of Peony, Oil of Saffafras, Pomatum, Sal Tamarifet, and all chymical Salts, Snake. Root, Terra Dulcis, Turpentine of Germany, all chymical Preparations, physical Oils and medicinal Drugs (excepting unrated Drugs used for dying, and except Coffee, Tea, Chocolate, Cocoa Paste and Cocoa Nuts). And it is hereby also declared, That by such dying Goods as are by this Act or any other Acts exempted from Payment of the respective Duties by this or the faid other Acts granted, are meant the Goods following ; (viz.) Aqua-fortis, Argoll
, Anotto, Allom of all Sortz, Archelia or Spanijh Weed, Cochineal, Cream of Tartar, Copperas of all Sorts, Gum Arabick, Gum Seneca, Sticklack, Cakelack, Madder Roots, or Rubea Tinelorum, Saunders Red, Sal Armoniack, Sal Gem, Turnesole, Verdigrease, Ifinglass, Platain, Litharge of all Sorts, Bayberries, Antimony, Pomegranate, Pills Arsenick, Agarick, Senna (a), Gauls, Indico of all Sorts, Litmus, Madder of all sorts, Orchall, Saflore, Shumack, Cafumba, Log Wood, Brazile Wood, Brazeletto Wood, Nickerago Wood, Fuftick, Red Wood, Sapan Wood, Woad, Weld, Valonia Grain or Scarlet Powder, Grain of Seville in Berries, and Grains of Portugal or Rota, English Berries from the Plantations, French Berries and Salt Petre. 98. (a) [Senna to pay Duty, 1 G.1. Stat. 2.
6.43. $ 3.] How the Duties IX. And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid, on Callicoes That the said Duties hereby granted for and upon all white Thall be ascer.
Callicoes imported, shall be secured, ascertained, valued, raised, tained and paid ; levied, collected, answered and paid, according the grofs Price
thereof, upon Sale at the Candle, by such Ways and Means, and subject to such or the like Allowances, and under such Pe. nalties and Forfeitures, and in such Manner and Form, as the
Duties of fifteen per Centum on Muslins imported, by the faid 12 & 13 W. 3. Act of the twelfth Year or His faid late Majesty's Reign, are
to be secured, raised, levied, collected, answered or paid ; and
that the faid respective Duties hereby granted, for and upon the and the Duties falu China or Japan Ware, and for and upon all such of the on China Ware fud unrated Drugs, imported from the East Indies, Perf, and unrated Clina or other Parts within the Limits of the Charters granted Drugs.
to the Erf India Companies, thall be secured, ascertained, valued, raised, levied, collected, answered and paid, according to the Prices thereof, upon Sale at the Candle, by such Ways and Means, and withi fuch several and refpc&tive Allowances, and under such Penalties and Forfeitures, and in such Manner and Form, as the Duties of unrated Goods from the Eaft indies, China, or other Parts within the Limits of the Charters granted to the EG? India Companies, are enacted, preferibed or appointed to be secured, ascertained, valued, raised, levied, col.
lected, answered or paid, by an Ad passed in the second Year 2 & 3 Ann. c. 9.
of Her Majesty's Reign, intituled, An Ad for granting to her Mlajelly an adilidional Subsidy of Tunnage and Poundlage for three Years, and for laying a further Duty upon French Iines condemned as lawful Prize, and for ascertaining the Palues of unrated Goods imported from the East Indies : And that the value of all such
of the said unrated Drugs, as fhall be imported from any Parts
X. And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid, Importer to pay That the said Duties of four per Cenium by this Act imposed the 41. per Cence upon unrated Drugs, iinported from Parts not within the Limits on unrated of the Charters granted to the said East India Companies, shall Drugs. be paid by the relpective Importers of the fame upon the Importation thereof.
XI. And it is hereby enacted, That in case any of the said Goods landed Callicoes, China Ware, rated or unrated Drugs, hereby charged before Entry, as aforesaid, shall be landed or put on Shore out of any Ship or
&c. forfeited. Veffel, before due Entry be made thereof at the Custom-house in the Port or Place where the same shall be imported, and before the faid Duties by this Act charged or chargeable there. upon shall be secured or paid, as this Act doth require in the respective Cases aforesaid, or without a Warrant for the landing er delivering the same, firft figned by the Commissioners, Cola lectors, or other proper Officer or Officers of the Customs respec. tively, that all such imported Callicoes, China Ware and Drugs, as shall be so landed and put on Shore, or taken out of any Ship or Vefsel, contrary to the true Meaning hereof, or the Value of the same, shall be forfeited, and Mall and may be seized or recovered of the Importer or Proprietor thereof (to wit) two thirds of the same to the Use of Her Majesty, Her Heirs or Successors (the or they bearing the Charge of Prosecutio:) and the other third to the Use of such Person or Persons as will seize, inform or sue for the fame, or the Value thereof, by Action, Bill, Suit or Information, wherein no Esloin, Protection or Wager of Law fhall be allowed.
XII. Provided always, and be it further enacted and declared On Exportacion, by the Authority aforesaid, That in case any of the said Callicoes Duties to be reand China Wares, upon which the said further Duties by this paid. Act granted are paid or fecured to be paid as aforesaid, be again exported at any Time or Times within twelve Months by E::glish, or within nine Months by Aliens; or if any of the faid rated or unrated Drugs, for which the faid further Duties by this Act granted shall be paid as aforesaid, be again exported by any English Merchants within eighteen Months (a), or by Aliens within nine Months, to be accounted from the respective Times of the Entry of the said Goods iowards, and that due Proof be first made upon Oath, that the said Callicoes, China Wares and Drugs so exported be the fame for which the faid Duties are paid and secured to be paid as aforesaid, that then and in every such Case (and not otherwise) the same Duties so paid fall, without any Delay or Reward, be wholly repaid out of any the Duties on imported Commodities, by this Act granted, or the Security, for such of the said Duties as shall be secured, thall be vacated, as to so much of the said Callicoes, China Wares and Drugs, as fhall be so exported; any Thing in this Act to the contrary not withstanding (a) [Thefe 12, 9 and 18 Months enlarged to three Years, 7 G.1. Stat. 1. c.21. Ý 10.]
Duties to be paid XIII. And it is hereby further enacted, That all the Duties into the Exche- by this Act granted or continued (except the necessary Charges quer.
for raising and managing the fame) shall, from Time to Time, by the respective Receivers thereof, be brought into Her Majesty's Receipt of the Exchequer, for the purposes in this AQ
mentioned. Wholefule 'Tra. XIV. Provided nevertheless, That whereas several Doubts ders not to be
have arisen touching Traders in the Woollen or Linen Manudeemed ledlars. factures, who trade by Wholesale, and set many thousands of
Poor to work, and yet, for Want of the Convenience of Water
Cent. $ 16. “ Money to be paid into the Exchequer. A Book to be kept for " entring the same apart: Ø 17. Tallies of Loan to be levied. “ Orders for Repayment. Interest paid every three Months. " Orders may be afrigned. A distinct Register to be kept of all “ the Orders of Repayment. Orders to be paid in Course.
“ No Fee to be taken for regittring or Searches. Penalty. Ø 18. No undue Pre- XIX. Provided always, That if it shall happen that several of ference. those Tallies and Orders bear Date, or be brought the fame Day
to the Auditor of the Receipt to be registred, it shall be interpreted no undue Preference which of those be entered first.
XX. Provided also, That it shall not be interpreted any undre Prefcrence, to incur any Penalty in point of Payment, if the Auditor direct, or the Clerk of the Pells record, and the Tellers do pay fubsequent Orders of Persons that come and demand their Monies, and bring their Orders, before other Perfons that did not come to demand their Monies, and bring their Orders in course, so as there be so much Money reserved as will satisfy precedent Orders, which shall not be otherwise disposed, but kept for them ; yet so as that Interest of Loan shall in that cale ccafe from the Time the Money is so reserved and kept in Bank for them.
Wines and Merchandizes imported.
II. And it is hereby enacted, That in all Cases where by the Duties, how to be said two Acts last mentioned, or either of them, any Drawbacks raised and levied, or Abatements are to be made of the whole or any part of the and Drawbacks
proportioned. Duties thereby imposed, there shall be in the like Cases proportionable Drawbacks and Abatements made of the whole or Part of the Duties by this Act granted respectively; and that the several Subsidies and Duties by this Act granted, during the Continuance thereof, shall be raised, collected, levied, fecured and paid, by the fame Ways, Means and Methods, and under such Penalties and Forfcitures, and subject to such Rules and Directions, as in and by the faid former Acts, or any of them, are prescribed or appointed touching or concerning the said Subsidies of Tunnage and Poundage, which were thereby granted, as aforesaid; and that every Article, Rule and Clause contained in the said recited Acts, or any of them, concerning the faid Subfidies of Tunnage and Poundage formerly granted, as aforesaid, and now in Force, so far forth as the same do.or may relate Acts to be in to the Subsidies or Dutie, formerly granted, as aforesaid, shall be force for levying used, exercised and put in Practice, for the railing, levying, Duties. collecting and answering the Sufidies and Duties hereby before granted, as fully and eilectuaily, as if the fame Articles, Rules and Clauses, and every of them, were again particularly and at large recited and re-enacted in the Body of this present Act; except only as to fuch of the faid Articles, Rules and Clauses, Exception. touching which other Provisions, Alterations or Exemptions are made by any Act or Acts of Parliament now in being ; which other Provisions, Alterations or Exemptions shall be observed, with respect to the Duties hereby granted, during the Continuance of this in the fame Manner as they are to be observed with respect to the said Subsidies formerly granted, as aforesaid.
III. And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid, Officer taking That the Officers of Her Majesty's Cultoms or any of them, or Fee for Entry, any of their Clerks or Substitutes, shall not directly or indirectly &c. receive, take or demand any Fee, Gratuity or Reward whatsoever
any Her Majesty's Subjects or Aliens for any Entry, Warrant, Debenture, Certificate, Cocquet or other Matter or Thing to be done or performed by them or any of them, in relation only to the faid Subsidies, of Tumage and Poundage hereinbefore granted; on Pain of forfeiting for every such Offence Penalty. the Sum of forty Pounds (to wit) One third thereof to Her Majesty, and the other two thirds thereof (belides Costs of Suit) to the Party grieved, who may sue for the same by Action of Debt, or on the Cafe, Bill, Suit or Information, in any of Her Majesty's Courts of Record at Westminster, wherein no Elloin, Protection, Wager of Law or more than one Imparlance shall be allowed. “ Provifo for Goods imported before 8th March, 1704. & 4. “ And for Foreign Stores, sold for the Use of the Navy before “ 25th Dec. 1704. 5.
Clause of Loan not to exceed “ 636,9571. 45. ob. with Interest at 61. per Cent. Monies lent “ not to be taxed. Lenders to have Tallies of Loan, and Orders “ for Repayment. Orders to be registred and paid in Course. * No undue Preference. Nor Fee to be taken for Entries, &c. to Penalty on Officers or Clerks offending: $ 6.
What Niall 1100 VII. Provided always, and be it hereby declared, That if it be accounted un. happen that several Tallies of Loan, or Orders for Payment, as due Preference. aforelaid, bear Date, or be brought the same Day, to the
Auditor of the Receipt to be registred, then it shall be interpreted no undue Preference which of ihose be entred first, so as he enters them all the same Day.
VIII. Provided also, That it shall not be interpreted any undue Preference to incur any Penalty in Point of Payment, if the Auditor direct, and the Clerk of the Pells record, and the Tellers do pay subsequent Orders of Persons that come and demand their Monies, and bring their Orders before other Perfons that did not come to take their Monies, and bring their Orders in their Course, so as there be so much Money reserved as will satisfy precedent Orders, which shall not be otherwise disposed, but kept for them; Intereft upon Loan being to ceale from the Time the Money is so reserved and kept in Bank for them. “ Orders may be aligned, and Aflignee may assign again. 69.
Appropriation of the Monies lent upon every or any Aa " of this Seffion. For the Ordinary of the Navy, and for Sea “ Service in the Office of Ordnance, and for Ordnance Stores " for Sea Service, and for making a Wharf and Storehouse at “ Portsmouth, and for Bounty or Reward, in Confideration of " the good Service of those who were on Board the Fleet or
at Gibraltar at the Time of the late Engagement in the Men “ diterranean Sea; and for Land Services, and for Subsistence, " Off-reckonings, and Clearings for one Year, from 23 Dec. 1704, " to Guards and Garrisons in England and the Dominions there “ unto belonging (Irelard excepted) and Contingencies, and for “ Invalids for the faid Year, from the said 23 Dec. 1704 ; and for “ the Charge of the Army, and such Forces as are or shall be “ added thereunto in the Low Countries or Germany, within or “ for one Year from 23 Dec. 1704, and Contingencies, and for “ Bounty or Reward, in consideration of the good Services per“ formed by the Land Forces in Germany during the laft Sum“ mer; and for Her Majesty's Part of the Charge of Forces “ acting or to act in Conjunction with the Forces of the King “ of Portugal, until or at any Time before 25 Dec. 1705; and “ for extraordinary Expences of the War in the Year 1703, pur“ suant to Treaty with Portugal; and for Proportion of Sublidies * due upon Treaties made, or to be made, with Allies, and other “ Charges for the War, for any Time before, or until the said
25 Dec. 1705; and for recruiting the Horses of the English " Horse and Dragoons lost at the Battles of Schellemberg and “ Blenheim ; and for Proportion of Levy Money, to recruit the “ Men and Horses of Foreigners in the Pay of Her Majesty and “ the Stutes General, which were lost in the same Battles; and a for discharging Premiums and other Charges for circulating “ Exchequer Bills; and for Charge of Transportation of Land « Forces; and for Charge of railing and maintaining 5,000 ad“ ditional Forces, to enable Her Majesty to supply the like Num“ ber of Men to act in Conjunction with the Forces of Her “ Majesty's Allies to serve with the Fleet; and for another " Year's Interest, after the Rate of 51. per Cent, for unsatisfied