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The Sixth Report Fees, Gratuities, Perquisites Ireland


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Date of Article: 25/01/1808
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on PEES, GRATUITIES, lin is divided into two Malt surveys, and each survey into four walks. A S urveyor is appointed to each survey, and a Gauger to each walk, who are the Officers immediately in charge. Over these is an inspector General Appendix, who has not, however, the charge of a particular walk or survey, but of tne whole district. This appointment is peculiar to Dublin. From the Appendix testimony of these Officers we learn, that the Gauger, when put in charge l8N° 5' 6' 7'' of a Malt walk, receives from his Surveyor a stock- hook, into which he * ^ bVXl transcribes from the stock- book of the preceding month, the dimensions of the cistern, couch- frame, and floors, of all the Malthouses within his walk, and opens an account tor each Brewer, Distiller, Factor and Maltster, situate in the same. It is his duty on each day of the week, except Sun- day, to visit the Malthouses in his walk, and take an account of all depend- ing processes, viz. To get the first dip of any Corn in cistern, as soon as possible after the time mentioned in the notice of wetting given by the Malt- ster; to examine whetiier it. appears to have been wetted according to such notice, and to continue taking the dips thereof at each succeeding visit, until the grain is thrown into the couch; to take at least one or two gauges of each wetting in the couch ; to gauge the corn on floor twice at least; at e^^ ery visit to examine and compare its state and growth, for the purpose of discovering whether any mixture of wettings has taken place ; to check from time to time the dimensions of the cisterns, couches, and floors; to gauge all dry stocks of Malt at least once a month, and bring to charge any increase beyond the credit given in his account; and in case of decrease, to decrease the stock accordingly, and to enter in the specimen papers and stock- books the state of the kiln, and the several dips and gauges as found at each visit: it is also the duty of the Gauger, at the close of the month, to ascertain from such of the cistern, couch, and floor gauges, as will form the highest charge, the quantity of Malt with which the Maltster is chargeable, and the amount of duty thereon, and to draw out and enter the same in his stock- book ; to transcribe this charge into an Excise voucher, to make out and to sign a duplicate thereof, and, when examined and signed by the Surveyor, to return both the voucher and duplicate to the Collector, and when, previous to the return of this voucher, any error in the charge of any month is discovered, to rectify such error in his stock- book; but if the voucher has been returned, to allow for the error in the following month's charge : it is further the Gauger's duty to grant permits for the removal of all Malt which has paid the duty ; to grant certificates where Malt has been received by permit, and to re- permit Malt so received ; to make up a weekly voucher of all permits and certificates granted and taken up by him during the week, and to return such voucher, when examined and compared with the stock- permit and certificate- books by the Surveyor, and signed by him, to the Examiner of permit vouchers ; to deliver up to the Surveyor, at the end of each month, the permit certificate and stock- books issued to him for such month; to re- turn to the Collector a monthly stamp permit voucher, containing the number of permits and certificates granted during the month, and the amount of the stamp duty thereon, and to receive and pay over that duty to the Collector; to makeup a monthly stock voucher, containing, in the case of Maltsters, the quantity of Malt brought to charge forthe current month, ^ the stock on hands at the commencement of the month, amd the quantity permitted out during the month; and in case of Factors and Dealers, the 1 quantity
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