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The Sixth Report Fees, Gratuities, Perquisites Ireland

25/01/1808

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34 Geo ITT c. 35 Geo. ] II. c. 3 Geo III. c. 45 Geo. Ill c. 10. 41. 53- 46G. ro III. c. 57. 45 Geo ITT. c. 53. and 46 Geo. 11- c. 57. ( Ireland.)- SIXTH REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONERS [_ Excl/ et barrel; that every 4 bushels of Corn or Grain making into Malt, so taken by gauge as aforesaid, should be deemed and taken to be equal to a barrel of Malt, and that every such bushel should be computed according to the bushel known by the name of the Winchester Bushel, containing 8 gallons of 272 4 cubical Inches each ; that Maltsters should make a monthly Re- turn or Report in writing to the Collector of the district, of all Malt made by them, and pay the duty for the same within four months after such Re- turn was made. It was also provided, that no Malt should be removed or conveyed from any one part oflthe Kingdom to another without a permit, or copy thereof. Among a variety of subsequent regulations enacted from time to time, the most important was introduced by 34 Geo. III. c. 10. which, by im-> posing a certain and fixed charge upon the Maltster, combined a system of Assessment with that of Survey. This charge was fixed In 1794, at 13 Barrels for every TOO fqvnre feet of floors, from 29 Sept. to 25 March. In 1795, at 16 - - - D' - - - D" In 1797, at 24 - - - D5 r' - from 29 Sept. to 29 Sept. In 1805, at 64 - - - D' in certain enumerated diftricts, from D\ - to Do. - at 48 - - - D3 in others D\ - to D°. In 1806, at 64 - - - D° in every diftriet - - D^. - to D « and with as much more Malt as should be actually made. The Malt Acts of 1805 and 1806, which contain all the existing regula- tions, provide, that no Licence shall be granted to any Maltster, whose Malthouse shall contain more than one cistern or steep, or in which there shall be less than 2,600 feet of growing, working, or drying floors, and 324 . square feet of kiln floor, or where the steep or cistern shall not be of dimensions sufficient to contain 44. bushels of barley for every 100 square feet of growing, working, or drying floors, or in which there shall not be a couch frame for every steep or cistern of the depth of two feet at least, and not more than three, capable of receiving the same quantity of Grain as the steep or cistern to which it belongs, and no more; that the Maltster shall be charged with, and pay duty for, not less than eight months in every year, and in every month while he continues working, with eight barrels of Malt for every 100 square feet of working or drying floors, with liberty, however, to discontinue work for either a part or the whole of the remainder of the year, at any time after two months from commencement, or one month after any recommencement; that the proper Officer of Excisp shall return to the Collector the monthly charge on the Maltster, within 10 days after the expiration of each month, and the Maltster pay the charge • within 31 days after the expiration of every such Month, unless the Malt shall be sooner removed, but that no permit shall be granted until the duty be paid ; that the Maltster shall be charged, at each wetting, with not less than the full content of the cistern ; that any Corn or Grain found in any steep, cistern, uting vat, wetting place, or other utensil, after 72 hours from the hour mentioned in the notice for wetting, shall be considered as new Corn or Grain making into Malt, and be charged with double duty, and the Maltster forfeit £. 20; that Corn thrown out of steep shall be put into a couch frame, and left there for 24 hours at the least, . and when thrown out of the couch- frame, shall remain on the floor for the full space of 1 o days at least before it is put on the kiln ; that the Officer taking the gauge of any Corn or grain making into Malt 11 on
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