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The Seventh Report Fees, Gratuities, Perquisites Ireland

31/01/1809

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6o ( Ireland.)— SEVEN TH REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONERS [ Appx. ftained, the Gauger or Surveyor, on fuch pieces as the Manufacturer defires to be charged with Duty, calculates the number of fquare- yards, and the Duty; a ftamp, called a " Duty Mark," is then affixed to the ends of each piece. The number of fquare- yards, and the amount of the Duty, is entered in the Ganger's book; but the ManfaCturcr may keep ftained Paper on hands as long as he thinks proper, without being charged with Duty, and fliew it as a part of his frame- mark ( lock. If the Surveyor finds any ftained Paper on hands, that is not damped with either firft account or frame mark, he feizes it. He frequently makes leizures of unftamped ftained Paper, both with Manufacturers and out of their premifes. The Gauger's books are returned quarterly to the office of the Examinator of Surveyors and Gauger's books. A monthly return of the Duties chargeable on the feveral Paper- ftainers, is made out by the Gauger, and compared with his books, and examined and fignt'd by the Surveyor, and then returned to the Collector's office. With refpeCt to oGlafs Manufacturers, the principal or his clerk, make a monthly return on oath to the CoiicCtor, of the number of dozens of Quart and Pint Bottles manufactured during the month; after this return is made, it is the duty of the Surveyor to compare the return with the books of the Manufacturer, to fee that they agree ; if found correCt, the Gauger enters the amount of the Duty in the . fame monthly Voucher, in which lie returns the amount of the Paper- ftainer's Duty. Examinant returns, or caufes to be returned, two copies of the Voucher to the ColleCtor, who- retains one and fends the other to the Examinator of Excife. As to AuQions,. he does nothing more tlun examine and fign the AuClion Voucher before- mentioned, as taken from the Collector's books. Examinant receives from fome Manufacturers, a fee of from^. i to a Guinea for making out a regifter of their ftores, lofts, and utertfils. Thefe fees amounted to not more than £. 25 in the whole, to the beft of his knowledge; and Examinant did not receive, either direCtly or indirectly, any other fee, gratuity, perquifite or emolument, of any nature or kind whatfoever. Thos Harnett, Fredk Geale, Robert Alexander, Charles Saxton. ISllEOf
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