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Provisions of ham; and it is expedient that the Provisions of the said firstformer Acts

, re. o recited Acts should be extended to Graduates of the said lating to the Admission and • Universities of London and Durham :' Be it therefore enacted Inrolment as

by the Queen's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the Attornies of

Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Bachelors of Arts or Law at Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the Oxford, Cam- Authority of the same, That from and after the passing of bridge, and Dublin, ex

this Act all the Provisions, Regulations, Conditions, and Retended to

strictions in the said recited Acts or either of them contained Bachelors of for or relating to the Admission and Inrolment as Attornies Arts or Law at the Universities

and Solicitors of Persons who had taken or shall thereafter of London and take the Degree of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Law in Durham.

any of the Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, and Dublin, shall extend and be applicable to the Admission and Inrolment as Attornies and Solicitors of all Persons who shall have taken or shall take the Degree of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Law either in the said University of London or in the said University of Durham, as fully and effectually as if the said Body Politic and Corporate called The University of London and the said University of Durham had been respectively constituted and founded at the Time of the passing of the said Acts, and had been therein named together with the said Universities

of Oxford, Cambridge, and Dublin, So much of II. • And whereas by an Act passed in the Second Year of 2 G. 2. c. 23.

• the Reign of His Majesty King George the Second, intituled as relates to the Fee on Admis- An Act for the better Regulation of Attornies and Solicitors, it sion of Attor- is enacted, that the Judges of the several Courts of Common nies repealed.

Law therein mentioned respectively, or any One or more

of them, shall, before they shall admit any Person to take • the Oath therein mentioned, examine and inquire, by such • Ways and Means as they shall think proper, touching his • Fitness and Capacity to act as an Attorney; and that the • Master of the Rolls, or Two of the Masters of the Court of • Chancery, shall in like Manner, before he or they shall admit • any Person to take the Oath therein mentioned, examine and • inquire touching his Fitness and Capacity to act as a Solicitor,

and that if the said Judges shall be satisfied that such Person

is duly qualified to be admitted to act as an Attorney, and the 6 said Master of the Rolls or Two Masters in Chancery shall • be satisfied that such Person is duly qualified to be admitted • to act as a Solicitor, they are thereby respectively authorized "to administer to such Person the Oath therein mentioned,

and to admit and enrol him as an Attorney or Solicitor of such Court respectively, without any Fee or Reward, other than One Shilling for administering such Oath: And whereas

other Fees, Gratuities, and Sums of Money beside the said • Fee of One Shilling have been in practice demanded or re

ceived by Officers of the said Courts respectively; and it is • expedient to repeal so much of the said last-recited Act as

relates to the Fee payable upon such Admission, and to make other Regulations in lieu thereof: And whereas Regulations for ensuring the due Examination of Persons to be admitted

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' and enrolled as Attornies or Solicitors of the said Courts of · Common Law and Equity have been made or approved by • the Judges of the said Courts respectively; and it is expedient

that reasonable and certain Fees, in lieu of those now de' manded and received as aforesaid, should be paid by the

Persons to be admitted upon and for such Examination and Admission, and the Expences incident thereto: Be it therefore enacted, That from and after the passing of this Act so much of the said last-recited Act of the Second Year of the Reign of King George the Second as relates to the Fee payable upon such Admissions shall be and the same is hereby repealed. III. And be it enacted, That from and after the passing of No Fees on

Examination or this Act no Fees, Gratuities, or Sums of Money whatsoever,

Admission of other than the Fees or Sums of Money mentioned in the Attornies, Schedule to this Act annexed, shall be demanded or received except those in by any Person or Persons upon the Examination or Admission Schedule. of Attornies or Solicitors in any of the said Courts respectively, upon any Pretence whatsoever.

IV. And be it enacted, That any Person who shall have been Attornies or duly admitted an Attorney in any One of Her Majesty's Courts Solicitors adof Law at Westminster shall be at liberty to practise in any Court may praoother of Her Majesty's Courts of Law at Westminster, although tise in and rehe may not have been admitted an Attorney thereof; and that cover Costs for no Person, having been duly admitted an Attorney or Solicitor acted in another. in of Her Majesty's Courts of Law or Equity at Westminster, shall be prevented from recovering or receiving the Amount of

any Costs which would otherwise have been due to him by reason of his not being admitted an Attorney or Solicitor of the Court in which such Costs shall have been incurred: Provided always, that any Attorney or Solicitor practising in any Court of Law or Equity shall be subject to the Jurisdiction of such Court, as fully and completely, to all Intents and Purposes whatever, as if he had been duly admitted an Attorney or Solicitor of such Court. V. And be it enacted, That this Act may be amended, altered, Act may be

altered this or repealed during the present Session of Parliament.

SCHEDULE to which the foregoing Act refers. Fees to be paid on the Examination and Admission of ATTORNIES

in the COURTS of COMMON LAW. On leaving Articles of Clerkship and Assignments £ s. d.

for Inspection and Inquiry as to due Service 0 5 0 On the Examination into the Fitness and Capacity of the Clerk, and for the Certificate thereof

0 15 6 For the Judge's Fiat

0 10 6 For the Oath in Court

0 1 0 To the Usher on signing the Roll in each Court 0 5 0 To the Master's Clerk for Certificate of Enrolment

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factured from Beet Root to

CAP. LVII. An Act to impose certain Duties of Excise on Sugar made from Beet Root in the United Kingdom.

[15th July 1837.] · WHEREAS it is expedient

to impose certain Duties of Excise on Sugar made or manufactured from Beet Root in the United Kingdom:' Be it therefore enacted by the Queen'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 Sugar manu

the same, That from and after the Commencement of this Act

there shall be charged, raised, levied, collected, and paid on pay a Duty of every Hundred Weight of Sugar manufactured in the United 11. 48. per Cwt. Kingdom from Beet Root, and so in proportion for any greater

or lesser Quantity than a Hundred Weight, a Duty of One

Pound Four Shillings. Duties to be II. And be it further enacted, That the said Duties by this under the

Act imposed shall be under the Management of the CommisManagement of

sioners of Excise, and shall be charged, raised, levied, collected,

paid, and recovered and accounted for under the Authority of Excise.

this Act, and in such and the like Manner, and in and by any of the general or special Means, Ways, or Methods, and under and subject to the like. Pains, Penalties, and Forfeitures, by which any other Duties of Excise are or may be charged, raised, levied, collected, paid, recovered, and accounted for; and all the Monies arising by the Duties by this Act imposed and made payable as aforesaid, the necessary Charges of raising, recovering, and accounting for the same excepted, shall from Time to Time be paid into the Receipt of Her Majesty's Exchequer at Westminster, and shall be carried to and made Part of the Consolidated Fund of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and

Ireland. Manufacturers III. And be it further enacted, That every Maker or Manuof Beet Root

facturer of Sugar from Beet Root shall, before he shall commence Sugar to make Entry of their

to make or manufacture any Sugar, or to prepare any Materials Premises. for the making or manufacturing of any Sugar, make a true and

particular Entry in Writing of all and every Cylinder or Mill, Press, Vat, Copper, Cistern, Pan, and other Vessel or Utensil,

Sugar

the Commissioners of

Sugar-house, Warehouse, Store-room, and Place intended to be made use of by him for the making or keeping any Sugar, or the preparing any Materials for making the same, by delivering such Entry to the proper Officer of Excise authorized to receive the same; and in every such Entry every Sugar-house, Warehouse, Store-room, and Place, Cylinder or Mill, Press, Vat, Copper, Cistern, Pan, and other Vessel or Utensil, shall be distinguished by a particular Number or Letter, or Number and Letter or Letters, and the respective Purpose for which the same is to be used shall be specified and described; and every such Entry shall also set forth the Name and Place of Abode of the Person or Persons making the same, and the Place where his or their Premises or Sugar-house shall be situated, and shall be signed by such Maker or Makers; and in default of making such Entry, such Maker shall for every unentered Sugar-house, Warehouse, Store-room, or Place, Cylinder or Mill, Press, Vat, Copper, Cistern, Pan, or other Vessel or Utensil, forfeit Two hundred Pounds, together, with all Sugarjuice, Syrup, Materials, and Goods therein.

IV. And be it further enacted, That every Maker or Manu- Premises to be facturer of Sugar from Beet Root shall mark and number, and marked. at all Times keep marked and numbered, every Sugar-house, Warehouse, Store-room, and Place, Cylinder or Mill, Press, Vat, Copper, Cistern, Pan, and other Vessel and Utensil, by him made use of for the making or manufacturing or keeping of such Sugar, with distinguishing Numbers or Letters, or Numbers and Letters, denoting the Purpose for which each is respectively used, and corresponding to the Description thereof in the Entry; and every Sugar-house, Warehouse, Store-room, and Place, Cylinder or Mill, Press, Vat, Copper, Cistern, Pan, and other Vessel and Utensil which shall not be so marked or numbered, or which shall not correspond with the Description in the Entry, or the Use whereof shall not be described and specified in the Entry, shall be deemed and taken to be unentered.

V. And be it further enacted, That it shall be lawful for any Officers of Officer of Excise at all Times, by Day or by Night, upon his Excise may Request, lo enter into every Sugar-house, Warehouse, Store- houses, and take room, or other Place whatsoever entered or made use of by Account of any Maker or Manufacturer of Sugar from Beet Root for the Sugar-juice, making or manufacturing or keeping of such Sugar, and to

Syrup, &c. inspect and examine the same, and all Sugar-juice, Syrup, Liquor, and Materials making into Sugar, and from Time to Time to examine, weigh, and take an Account of all Sugar, and to gauge or otherwise take an Account of the Capacity or Content of each and every Vat, Copper, Cistern, Pan, or other Vessel directed to be gauged or the Capacity thereof ascertained by this Act, or by any Order of the Commissioners of Excise, and also to examine, gauge, and take an Account of all the Juice, Syrup, Liquor, or Material making into Sugar in every such Vat, Copper, Cistern, Pan, or other Vessel or Utensil; and every Maker or Manufacturer of Sugar from Beet Root into whose Sugar-house or Premises aforesaid any Officer of Excise

shall

&c. to be

shall on his Request be prevented or hindered from entering, or having entered shall be hindered or prevented from doing

any such Act as aforesaid, shall forfeit Two hundred Pounds. Syrup-cistern, VI. And be it further enacted, That no Maker or Manufac

turer of Sugar from Beet Root shall make use of any Syrupgauged, not to be made use of cistern, or any Vat, Copper, Pan, or other Vessel or Utensil until gauged directed by the Commissioners of Excise to be gauged and the and tabled.

Dimensions thereof ascertained, before the same shall have been gauged and tabled by the Supervisor or other proper Officer of Excise, on pain of forfeiting Twenty Pounds for every Day the

same shall be so used. Size or Position VII. And be it further enacted, That no such Maker or of any Vessel not Manufacturer of Sugar from Beet Root shall in to be altered

Manner

any after having

alter, or suffer to be altered, the Size, Position, or Level of been gauged any Syrup-cistern, or any Vat, Copper, Pan, or other Vessel and tabled,

or Utensil, directed to be gauged and tabled, at any Time after except on Notice.

the Supervisor or proper Officer of Excise shall have gauged and ascertained the Capacity or Content thereof, except on Notice in Writing to the Officer of Excise of the intended

Alteration, on pain of forfeiting One hundred Pounds. Notice to be VIII. And be it further enacted, That every such Maker or given of every Manufacturer of Sugar shall from Time to Time, at least Four grinding or mashing of Beet Hours before he shall begin to rasp, grind, or mash any Beet Root to be Root for the making of Sugar, deliver to the proper Officer made into

of Excise a Notice in Writing, in which shall be set forth the Sugar.

Day and Hour when such rasping, grinding, or mashing is to be commenced, on pain of forfeiting One hundred Pounds for

every Omission to give such Notice. When Juice or IX. And be it further enacted, That every such Maker or Syrup is col.

Manufacturer of Sugar shall from Time to Time, when and as lected in the Syrup-pan, a

often as any Juice or Syrup shall be clarified and run into and Declaration of collected in the Syrup-cistern, immediately and without Delay the Quantity deliver to the proper Officer of Excise a Declaration in Writing and Gravity to be given to the specifying the particular Syrup-cistern, if there shall be more Officer, who is than One in the House in which such Juice or Syrup shall be to attend and

contained, and setting forth the Quantity of such Juice or Syrup, take an Account and the particular Gravity thereof, and thereupon the Officer of .

Excise shall attend and take an Account of the Quantity and Gravity of such Juice or Syrup; and no Part of such Juice or Syrup shall be drawn off or removed from the Syrup-cistern for the Space of Two Hours after such Declaration shall have been delivered, unless the proper Officer of Excise shall have previously taken an Account of the Quantity and Gravity thereof; and every such Maker or Manufacturer of Sugar in whose Sugar-house any Juice or Syrup shall be drawn off or removed from the Syrup-cistern without such Declaration as aforesaid having been delivered, or before the Expiration of Two Hours after such Declaration having been delivered (except as aforesaid,) or by whom or on whose Behalf any untrue Declaration of the Quantity or Gravity of the Juice or Syrup in the Syrup-cistern shall be delivered, shall forfeit One hundred Pounds.

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