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Entuy Op Goods Inwards, continued.
A separate application to the Board is not necessary in each case, for the admission to entry for private use Remains of of the remains of stores and live stock of vessels 9torf» ,nd "'e arriving in this country, provided the proper se°s"" officers take care to limit the indulgence to the quantities ordinarily brought as remains of stores; and in all other cases to require the parties to make their applications to the Board.* —Min. Com. Cus., 3 May, 1825.
All goods imported into the United Kingdom by the Hudson's Bay Company, from Fort St. George, or any Goods im. other of their settlements on the Northwest coast ported by the of America, are to be admitted at the same rate Hudson's Bay of duty only as is levied upon goods of a similar oniPaD>'description imported from places in possession of his Majesty. —Treas. Order, 28 July, 1825.
On an application of Messrs. Henry and Co., stating that on a recent importation of boxes they entered the same agreeably to the present practice, and paid Component the several rates of duty on the boxes, on the SSactn/edTglass, and on the contents of the bottles; and tides not to be requesting, as this mode of levying the duty has separate Tales been found very inconvenient, that such articles of duty, when may in future be admitted to entry, and charged imPorted comwith an ad valorem duty in their whole and com- p ete' plete state ; and the Board being of opinion that it is inexpedient to charge the component parts of a manufactured article with different rates of duty which in itself is complete as merchandize; have ordered, that the present practice be discontinued, and that boxes containing perfumery in glass bottles, and other manufactured articles imported complete, such as work-boxes, fitted with glass, not otherwise enumerated or described; glass bottles, jewellery, and musical boxes; phosphorus boxes, with glass bottles; pen and ink cases, with glass bottles; and picture clocks, with gilt frames, provided the clock part of the picture forms the least valuable part; be in future admitted to entry at an ad valorem duty of 20 per cent., as unrated manufactured articles.—Min. Com. Cus., 23 Oct 1830, and 22 Jan., 1831.
The time of importation is the time at which Actual period the ship actually arrived within the limits of the defined0'""10'' port at which she reported and discharged her cargo.—6 Geo. IV. c. 107, § 46.
It shall be lawful for His Majesty, by his commission out of
* See further In page 84.
Entuy Op Goods Inwards, continued. Power for His the Court of Exchequer, from time to time, to M?<t'ty 't° sPd aPPomt any Port, haven, or creek in the United legalquys.ud Kingdom, or in the Isle of Man, and to set out to 'nnui the the limits thereof, and to appoint the proper smme' places within the same to be legal quays for the
lading and unlading of goods, and to declare that any legal quay which had been set out by such authority in any port shall no longer be so, and to appoint any new place within any port to be a legal quay for the lading and unlading of goods. —2 and 3 Wm. IV. $ 14.
Averment that In any information, or other proceeding for any an offence is offence against any Act, made or to be made, within "he relating to'the Customs, the averment that such
limits of a port, offence was committed within the limits of any
SSct'SnuST1' Port sha11 be sufficient. without proof of such fact. fact, unless the contrary be proved.—$ 15.
It shall be lawful for any officer of Customs or Excise, or OfficersofCus- other person acting in his or their aid and assistmays°on pro-' ance, or duly employed for the prevention of babie cause, smuggling, upon reasonable suspicion, to stop a'nd searc'hfor anc* examine any cart, waggon, or other means Goodsj drivers of conveyance, for the purpose of ascertaining refusing to stop whether any smuggled goods are contained thereexamiHution,'0 'n; and if no such goods shall be found, then to forfeit loo'i. and in such case the officer so stopping and examining such cart, waggon, or other conveyance, having had probable cause to suspect that such cart, waggon, or other conveyance had smuggled goods contained therein, shall not, on account of such stoppage and search, be liable to any prosecution or action at law on account thereof; and all persons driving or conducting such cart, waggon, or other conveyance, refusing to stop when required so to do in the King's name, shall forfeit the sum of 100/.—2 and 3 Wm. IV. c. 84, $21.
It shall and may be lawful for any officer or officers of Customs, or person acting under the direction of the riied'bys Writ Commissioners of His Majesty's Customs, having of Assistance, a Writ of Assistance under the seal of His Mapeaceoffice? s Jesty's Court oi Exchequer, to take a constable, may »earch' headborough, or other public officer inhabiting Housesforpro- near to the place, and in the day-time, to enter customed "ln^-o an(* search any house, shop, cellar, wareGoods, and house, room, or other place, and, in case of redoor» &"pack- distance, to break open doors, chests, trunks, ages8to setze and other packages, there to seize and from
Entry Of Goods Inwards, continued.
thence to bring any uncustomed or prohibited goods, and to put and secure the same in the Custom-house Warehouse in the port next to the place from whence such goods shall be so taken as aforesaid : provided always, that for the purposes of this Act any such constable, headborough, or other public officer, duly sworn as such, may act as well without the limits of any parish, ville, or other place for which he shall be so sworn, as within such limits.—2 and 3 Wm. IV. c. 84, § 24.
All persons employed for the prevention of smuggling, under the direction of the Commissioners of His Ma- Person« em. jesly's Customs, or of any officer or officers in ployed for the the service of the Revenue of Customs, shall be PTMTM"non t°of deemed and taken to be duly employed for the Adeemed duly prevention of smuggling; and the averment in employed. any information or suit, that such party was so duly employed, shall be sufficient proof thereof, unless the defendant in such information or suit shall prove to the contrary.—2 and 3 Wm. IV. c. 84, $ 29.
Abbreviations used in the Work.
For B. P. read—British Possessions.
T. O. or Treas. Order—Treasury Order.
CO. or Min. Com. Cus.—Commissioners' .Order, or
Minute of the Commissioners of the Customs,
On the importation, and before the delivery, of any goods of similar descriptions to such British manufactured articles as are subject to an inland duty of Excise, the Commissioners of the Customs may direct such mark or stamp to be put thereon as they may deem fit and proper for the security of the revenue; —penalty on forging such stamps 2001.—10 Geo. IV. c. 43, § 6. ELLIS'S LAWS OF THE CUSTOMS,
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TABLE OF DUTIES,
GOODS IMPORTED INTO THE UNITED KINGDOM
GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND.
[For a List of Foreign Articles entitled to Drawback on Exportation— See Drawbach in Index.]
ACACIA, the lb
Acetous Acid, the tun of 252 gallons
Acorns, the bushel
Acorus, the lb
Adianthum, the lb
Agaric, the cwt
Agates, or Cornelians, viz., set, for every 100/. value
— not set, for every 100/. value
Beads.— See Beads.
Ale, the barrel of 32 gallons ....
Alkali (not being Barilla), viz. any article containing Soda
or Mineral Alkali whereof Mineral Alkali is the most
valuable part, such Alkali not being otherwise charged
with duty*, viz.
If not containing more than 20 percent., of such Alkali,
ex. 20 and not ex. 25 per cent, ditto
£ s. d.
0 2 0
18 18 0
0 1 0
0 0 10
0 0 8
1 18 0 20 0 0 10 0 0
2 13 0
0 11 4 0 15 0
* See Alkali from the East Indies, in next page.