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The Fifth Report Fees, Gratuities, Perquisites Ireland

18/03/1807

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Nos 38, : 9.] ON FEES, GRATUITIES, & c.-( Excife.) to the Surveyor of Tobacco, and to the Gaugers of Diftilleries, Malt, and Tobacco, Me paid a 1' ee of a Guinea each jto the Guagers over the other Branches a Fee ofHalf- a- Gurnea each ; he does not remember that he paid any other Fees. He was appointed a full Ganger about 15 Months ago, fince which he has been for fome Time flationed in the Country, and for upwards of Twelve Months has been occafionally in Charge of a Rectifying Diftillery, and occafionally fent on Duty to the Country. He is at prefent in Charge of a Redifying Diflillery. He generally vifits every Day, and at thefe Vifits he fometimes dips the Veffels, and enters their Dips in the Minute and Stock Books ; when he does not dip, he enters the Contents the fame as the preceeding Dip. He makes Entries alfo of the Quantities of Spirits received, which he takes from the Permits.^ He enters alfo the Quantities permitted out, which he takes from the Du- plicates in his Permit Book. He has been accuflomed to leave the clofing of the Monthly Account to his Superior Officer. The Diftiller fometimes gave him Notice of his Intention to work the Still, but it' was more frequently worked without his receiving fuchNotice. He has feldom attend ed at the making of Compounds; the Quantity of Water ufed in the Mixture he afcer- tained by the Excefs apparent in the compound Cafks, beyond the Decreafe in the Spirit Cafks. He never ufed an Hydrometer to afcertain the Strength of the Spirits, nor does he underftand the Regulations of the Act of Parliament, for computing the Stock of Rectifying Diftillers. Examinant receives a Salary of £. 40. per Annum, fubjed to the ufual Dedudions for the Charity Fund. He has received from One Diftiller in his Walk Two Guineas, and from the other One Guinea and an Half per Month, befides which he received Small Quantities of Spirits for his own Ufe ; he does not receive, either diredly or indiredly, any other Fee, Gratuity, Perquifite, or Emo- lument, of any Nature or Kind whatfoever. Since the Commencement of this Exami- nation, Examinant has been removed to the Diftrid of Dundalk. Geo. Sallary. Fredk Geale. Robert Alexander. Cha' Saxton. No. 39. The Examination of THOMAS KNOX MAGEF., Efquire, Infpedor General of Excife ; taken on Oath, the 19th of November 1806. This Examinant fatth, That he is an Infpedor General of Excife ; that he was about Five Months in Charge of the R edifying Diflilleries and Malt- houfes in the City of Cork. There were, during that Time, 1 o R edifying and 6 Grofs Diflilleries in that Diftrid : the former ufed an aggregate of about 1,000 Gallons of Still, and the latter of about 5,000. In general, the Redifying Diftilleries were fituated very near to the Grofs Diftilleries. At the Time Examinant took Charge of the Redifying Diftilleries, he underftood that the Redifiers ufed to take the full Allowance of 50 per Cent, of Water, but that after his coming into Charge, they never were allowed a Credit for any Water that was not mixed in his own Pretence ; and he thinks that the Quantity ofWater fo mixed, did not amount to One per Cent, during the whole of the Time he was in Charge. Examinant faith, that upon his taking Charge of the Redifiers he found it ne- ceffary to provide new Locks, and to give very particular Orders to the Officers under ' No Hydrometer was ufed there, nor, he believes, in any other Part of Ireland. Thos Knox Magee. J. S. Rochfort'. Fredk Geale. Robert Alexander. Cha, Saxtcn. 44' Y
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