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  1. View whole act
  2. Preamble
  3. During His Majesty's Life the Hereditary Duties on Cyder and Beer not to be collected;
  4. The Acts 56 G. 3. c. 58. and 1 & 2 G. 4. c. 22. continued in force, except so much as relates to Certificates and Increases in Stock.
  5. On the Demise of His present Majesty, the Hereditary Duties on Cyder and Beer to revive and be collected.
  6. In lieu of the Hereditary Duties on Cyder and Beer, the Sums of 348,000 l. in England, and 6,500 l. in Scotland, to be annually paid to His Majesty.
  7. The Sums to be paid by quarterly Payments, and subjected to the same Charges as the Hereditary Duties on Cyder and Beer were subject to.
  8. After 10th October 1830, Brewers to pay their Licence Duty in proportion to the Quantity of Malt which they shall use in brewing.
  9. Bond not to be required of Brewers on taking out Licence.
  10. Drawback of 5 s. on every Barrel of Beer exported.
  11. Shipping Notice to be given on exporting Beer.
  12. Oath to be made on Debenture for obtaining Drawback.
  13. On Debenture being produced the Amount to be paid.
  14. Landing Certificate \(where required) to be produced, before Payment.
  15. Excise Laws as to Exports on Drawbacks applied to Beer.
  16. Brewers to make Entry of all Premises and Utensils used for brewing or storing of Beer and Malt.
  17. Officers may enter any Buildings or Places used by Brewers for the Purpose of inspecting or taking an Account of Beer or Malt therein.
  18. No Brewer to have raw or unmalted Grain in his Brewery Premises.
  19. For allowing Beer, not intended to be sent into Consumption until after 10th Day of October 1830, to be brewed free of Duty.
  20. If any Beer brewed as Duty-free shall be sent into Consumption prior to 10th of October, 1830, or the Regulations not complied with, Brewer to be charged and pay Duty on all the Beer brewed by him.
  21. Beer brewed and exported before the 14th of April 1830, to be entitled to Drawback on Exportation until 5th of April 1831.
  22. Regulations as to the Exportation of such Beer.
  23. Nothing in the Act 1 W. 4. c. 64. to affect the Licences required by Law to be taken out by Brewers and Dealers in Beer, and by Publicans.
  24. Nothing in this Act to interfere with the Rights of Magistrates, Trustees, &c. in Cities, Burghs, and Places in Scotland, to collect their local Duties on Beer and Ale.
  25. Penalty on Brewers neglecting or refusing to make Returns, or making false Returns.
  26. Act may altered this Session.
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Anno Primo GULIELMI VI



An Act to repeal certain of the Duties on Cyder in the United Kingdom, and on Beer and Ale in Great Britain , and to make other Provisions in relation thereto.

(11 Geo. 4 & 1 Will. 4) C A P. LI.

12 C. 2. c. 24.
5 & 6 Anne, c. 8.
12 Car. 2. c. 23.
6 G. 4. c. 58.
6 G. 4. c. 37.
From 10th October 1830, the Duties and Drawbacks on Cyder and Beer, except the Hereditary Duties, to cease.

'WHEREAS an Act was passed in the Twelfth Year of the Reign of His Majesty King Charles the Second, intituled An Act for taking away the Court of Wards and Liveries, and Tenures in Capite and by Knights Service and Purveyance, and for settling a Revenue upon His Majesty in lieu thereof; by which said Act, to the Intent and Purpose that His said Majesty, His Heirs and Successors, might receive a full and ample Recompence and Satisfaction, as well for the Profits of the Court of Wards, and the Tenures, Wardships, Liveries, Primer Seisins, Ousterlemains, and other the Premises and Perquisites incident thereunto, and for all Arrears any way due for the same, as also for all and all manner of Purveyance and Provisions in the said Act mentioned, and thereby taken away and abolished, and all sums of Money due or pretended to be due or payable for or in respect of any Compositions for the same, there was granted and made payable to His Majesty, His Heirs and Successors, for ever thereafter, in recompence as aforesaid the several Hereditary Rates, Impositions, Duties and Charges on Beer and Ale, Cyder and other Liquors, in the said Act mentioned: And whereas by an Act passed in the Fifth and Sixth Years of the Reign of Her Majesty Queen Anne , intituled, An Act for an Union between the Two Kingdoms of England and Scotland, all Parts of the United Kingdom were made liable to the same Excises on excisable Liquors, whereby the said Hereditary Rates, and Duties on Beer, Ale, Cyder and other Liquors, granted by the said first-recited Act, were extended to Scotland , and became there payable to Her Majesty, Her Heirs and Successors for ever: And whereas by another Act passed in the Twelfth Year of the Reign of His Majesty King Charles the Second, intituled A Grant of certain Impositions on Beer, Ale, and other Liquors, for the Increase of His Majesty's Revenue during His Life , certain other Rates, Impositions, Duties and Charges on Beer and Ale, Cyder and other Liquors were granted and made payable to His said Majesty during his Life: And whereas the said last-mentioned Rates and Duties having been continued and granted to their Majesties King William the Third and Queen Mary , for Their Lives and the Life of the Survivor, and further continued and granted to Her Majesty Queen Anne for and during Her Life, and by the said recited Act of the Fifth and Sixth Years of Her Majesty's Reign extended to and made payable in Scotland , and having been from time to time further continued, are now by the Demise of His late Majesty King George the Fourth, expired: And whereas by an Act passed in the Sixth Year of the Reign of His late Majesty King George the Fourth, intituled An Act for providing equivalent Rates of Excise Duties, Allowances and Drawbacks on Beer and Malt and Spirits made in Scotland or Ireland according to the Measure of the new Imperial Standard Gallon , certain Duties, Allowances, Drawbacks, and Bounties were granted on Beer brewed or made in Great Britain for Sale: And whereas by another Act passed in the Sixth Year of His said late Majesty's Reign, intituled An Act for the future Assimilation of the Duties of Excise upon Sweets or Made Wines, upon Mead and Metheglin, upon Vinegar, and upon Cyder and Perry, in Great Britain and Ireland, and to continue the Duties of Excise on Sweets or made Wines in Great Britain until the Fifth Day of January One thousand eight hundred and twenty-six , certain Duties of Excise were imposed on Cyder and Perry made in any Part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland for Sale: And whereas it is expedient that all the said Duties on Cyder in and throughout the United Kingdom, and all the said Duties, Allowances, Drawbacks, and Bounties on Beer and Ale in Great Britain , should cease and determine, save and except so much thereof as are the Hereditary Duties on Cyder, Beer, and Ale in Great Britain , granted by the said first-recited Act to His Majesty King Charles the Second, His Heirs and Successors for ever, and extended to Scotland by the said recited Act of Union, and now vested in His present Majesty; and as to the said Hereditary Duties, to make Provision that the same shall not during the Life of His present Majesty be levied, collected, or raised, nor the Laws for securing and collecting the same be enforced:' May it therefore please Your Majesty that it may be enacted, and be it enacted by the King's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the Authority of the same, That from and after the Tenth Day of October One thousand eight hundred and thirty, all the Rates and Duties and Drawbacks, payable on Cyder in the United Kingdom, and all the Rates, Duties, Allowances, Drawbacks, and Bounties now payable on Beer or Ale brewed or made in Great Britain , (except the said Hereditary Duties of Excise on Cyder, Beer, and Ale granted to His said


 Beer Licences  Act,  1830

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Majesty King Charles the Second, and hereinafter more particularly specified,) shall be repealed, cease and determine, and be no longer levied or collected, paid or payable.