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SCHEDULE (F.)—Horses, Sec—continued.

wife ; and who (hall not keep more than one Horse, Mare, or Gelding, for the Purpose of riding, which otherwise would be chargeable with Duty according to the Provisions of this Act, except such Person who shall occasionally perform the Duty appertaining to any Rector, Vicar, or Curate, without being the regular officiating Minister of the Parish or Place in which such Duty shall be performed.

Case VIII.—Any effective Officer commanding a Volunteer Corps claiming and returning his Exemption for such Number of Horses, Marcs, or Geldings as he shall have been required to keep for His Majesty's Service in such Corps and no more, in the Manner required by the said last-rnentioned Act.

Case IX.—Any Field Officer not being Commandant, and any Adjutant of any Volunteer Corps, and any Person serving in any Corps of Yeomanry Volunteer Cavalry, or providing a Horse, Mare, or Gelding for any other Person serving in any such Corps who shall be returned in the Manner required by Law as effective, and as having used any Horse, Mare, or Gelding, for such Service on the several Days of Muster and Exercise of such Corps; provided in every such last-mentioned Case the Exemption shall be claimed and returned in the Manner required by the said last-mentioned Act, and a Certificate shall be delivered of such effective Service in the Manner required by the Eleventh Section of an Act passed in the Forty-fourth Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, intituled, " An Act to consolidate and amend the Provisions of the several Acts relating to Corps of Yeomanry and Volunteers in Great Britain, and to make further Regulations relating thereto."

Cafe X.—Any Non-commissioned Officer or Private of any of the Regiments of Cavalry, or in the Artillery, for any Horse used in His Majesty's Service.

SCHEDULE (G.)
A SCHEDULE of the Duties made payable on DOGS.

For every Greyhound, Hound, Pointer, Setting Dog,I £. s. A-
Spaniel, Lurcher, or Terrier, the annual Sum of -| o 11 6

For every Dog of whatever Description or Denomi-
nation the same may be, where any Person ihall
keep Two or more Dogs, either for his or her own
Use, or the Use of any other Person or Persons, the
annual Sum of - - - -| o II

For every Dog not being a Greyhound, Hound,
Pointer, Setting Dog, Spaniel, Lurcher, or Terrier,
kept by any Person having One such Dog, and no
more, whether the same be kept for his or her own
Use, or the Use of any other Person or Persons, the
annual Sum of' - - -

The said Duties to be paid by the Persons respectively keeping
such Dogs.

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SCHEDULE (G.)— Docs—continued.

EXEMPTIONS from the Duties in Schedule (G.) •

Cafe I.—Any Dog belonging to His Majesty, or any of the Royal Family.

Cafe II.—Any Person who, on account of Poverty, shall be dis. charged from the Assessment made in respect of his or her Dwelling House in pursuance of the Regulations of any of the Acts herein mentioned, and having One Dog, and no more, the fame not being a Greyhound, Hound, Pointer, Setting Dog, Spaniel, Lurcher, or Terrier.

Cafe III.—Any Person in respect of a Dog or Whelp, which at the Time of returning the List of Dogs as by this Act is required, (hall not actually be of the Age of Six Calendar Months.

Cafe IV.—Any Person in respect of the whole Number of Hounds by him or her kept in Great Britain, who fliall compound for the same, in any Year within Thirty Days after the Fifth Day of -April in such Year, in pursuance of Notice given to the Collector or Collectors of the said Duty for any Parilh or Place, where such Person shall be liable to be assessed, of his or her Intention so to do, and on Payment of the full Sum of Thirty-four Pounds Sterling to such Collector or Collectors, for which a Receipt fliall be given within the Period before-mentioned.

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SCHEDULE (H.)

A SCHEDULE of the Duties payable by HORSE
DEALERS.

Every Person who ihall use or exercise the Trade and
Business of a Horse-Dealer within the Cities of Lon-
don and Westminster, and the Liberties of the fame
respectively, the Parishes of Saint Mary-le-bone and
Saint Pancras, in the County of Middlesex, the
Weekly Bills of Mortality, or the Borough of South-
ward in the County of Surrey, the annual Duty of

Ever)- Person who shall use or exercise the Trade and
Business of a Horse Dealer in any other Part of Great
Britain, the annual Duty of -

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SCHEDULE (I.)

A SCHEDULE of the Duties payable by Persons in respect of HAIR POWDER used or worn by them.

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Bv every Person who (hall have used or worn any Hair
Powder within the Period limited by any of the Acts
herein mentioned, the annual Sum of - - I 3 6

RULES for charging the said Duties. I.—The said Rate or Duty to extend to every Sort or Composition How chargeable of Powder used or worn by any Person as an Article us, or in, or

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SCHEDULE (I.)—Hair Powder—continued.

about, his or her Dress, by whatever Name the fame (hall be distinguished, and to be assessed upon and paid by the Person having used or worn the same within the Year preceding the Term for wnich the Assessment ought to be made, except as herein-after mentioned.

II. — The unmarried Daughters of any Person (hall not be chargeable with the said last-mentioned Duties by this Act made payable, or with the Duties payable at the Time of passing this Act, or be required to make any Return under this Act, or the Acts in force at the Time of passing this Act, provided the Pardnt of such Daughters (hall have more than Two unmarried Daughters, and shall have given an Account in any List by him or her delivered under this Act, or the Acts now in force, of the whole Number of such Daughters, and shall have required to be assessed and charged for the whole Number by One Assessment, in which Case every such Parent shall be assessed and charged in respect to the whole Number of such Daughters in Twice the Sum so payable on any single Person for his or her having worn Hair Powder, which shall exempt the whole Number of Daughters from the said Duties, and each of them; and that neither the Person giving such Account, or any of the Persons returned in such Account, in respect of whom such Charge shall be made, shall in such Case be liable to any of the Penalties imposed by this Act, or the Acts now in force, by reason of the Duty not being paid for the whole Number of such Daughters.

III. —The Master or Mistress of any Servant who shall have declared his or her Intention to pay the Duty which may Le charged or chargeable as aforesaid in respect of such Servant, and shall in any Lilt or Lists returned by him or her have given a true Account of all the Servants by him or her kept, in respect of whom such Duty shall be payable, setting forth the several Capacities in which such Servants are respectively kept, shall be charged for such Servant or Servants; and in ever)' such Case, every such Servant shall be deemed and construed to be exempted from the said Duties during his, her, or their Continuance in the fame Service; and also every Servant, who shall come into the Service of such Master or Mistress in the room of such Servant named therein, to serve in the same Capacity during the Year in which the Duty (hall be so charged; and no Servant named in such Lilt or Lists, or any Servant serving such Master or Mistress in any Capacity mentioned in such List or Lists, shall, during the Year for which such Duty shall be charged, be required for himself or herself to make any such Return, or to pay the said Duties, or either of them, nor be liable to any Penalty by reason of no^ making any such Return, or not paying the said Duty.

EXEMPTIONS from the said Duties.

I. —Any of the Royal Family, and any of the menial Servants of His Majesty, or any of the Royal Family.

II. — Any Officer in actual Employ in His Majesty's Navy, under the Rank of Commander; or any Officer holding a Commiflioniii His Majesty's Navy under the said Rank, who shall be employed on the Establistiincut of the Royal Hospital at Greenwich ; or any Subaltern

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SCHEDULE (I.)—Hair Powder— continued.

or Non-commiflioned Officer or private Man belonging to any Regi- Soldiers, ment in the Army, Artillery, Militia, Division of Maiines, or Corps of Engineers; or any Person inrolled and actually serving in any Volunteer Corps or Body of Men associated for the Defence of any Volunteer*. City, Town, or Place, and for maintaining publick Tranquillity and good Order within the same, whether of Infantry or Cavalry, which now are or hereafter (hall be raised; provided that every such Person inrolled and serving as aforesaid, so claiming to be exempted, mall make such Return as by this Act is directed*, with respect to the * See (So/ Claim of Exemptions; provided, that every such Claim (hall be tte dti & proved by the Certificate of the Commanding Officer of the Corps, ** ^* 3> f< 161 in the Form in the Schedule to this Act annexed, marked (N-)» and according to the Regulations of this Act in other Cafes of Exemption by such Volunteers.

III.—Any Clergyman who (hall not be possessed os an Annual In- Clergymen, fc«u come of 100/. or upwards, whether arising from Ecclesiastical Preferment or otherwise; or any Preacher or Preachers of any Congregation of Dissenters, or any Person dissenting from the Church of England, in Holy Orders, or pretended Holy Orders, who now is or at any Time hereafter (hall be entitled to the Benefit of the Statute made in the First Year of the Reign of the late King William and Queen Mary, intituled, 'An Act for exempting Their Majesties' >W. fcM. * Protestant Subjects dissenting from the Church of England from the K c- 18, 'Penalties of certain Laws ;' or of the Statute made in the Nineteenth Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, intituled, 'An Act for 19G. 3. c.4-1. 'the further Relief of Protestant Dissenting Ministers and School'masters ;' or of the Statute made in the Thirty-first Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, intituled, » An Act :o relieve, upon 31 G, 3. c. 33, 'Conditions and under Restrictions, the Persons therein described, 'from certain Penalties and Disabilities to which Papists, or Persons 'professing the Popish Religion, are by Law subject,' and who shall not be possessed of an Annual Income of 100/. or upwards, however arising; and the Income arising from any Benefice or Benefices shall be estimated on the Average Amount thereof, computed on the Period of Seven Years next preceding that on which such Exemption shall be claimed.

SCHEDULE (K.)

A SCHEDULE of the Duties pnyable by Persons in respect of
any Armorial Bearing or Ensign, used or worn by them, by
whatever Name the same shall be called; videlicet,

By ever)' such Person chargeaLle with any Duty made! £. s. d.
payable by this Act, for any Coach or other Carriage,
the Annual Sum of -

By every such Person not chargeable for any such Coach
or other Carriage, but who shall be chargeable to
any os the Duties on Inhabited Houses, or to the
Duties on Houses, Windows, or Lights, made pay-
able by this Act, the Annual Sum of

SCHEDULE (K.)—Armorial Bearingcontinued.

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By every such Person not chargeable for any such Coach
or other Carriage, nor being chargeable to the said
Duties on Inhabited Houses, or to the Duties on
Houses, Windows, or Lights, the Annual Snin of

The said Duties to be paid by every Person having used or caused to be used any Armorial Bearing or Ensign, by whatever Name the same is or (hall be called, within the Year preceding the Term for which the Assessment ought to be made, and to extend to every Person who within the said Period shall have been possessed of, or (hall have kept or had any Coach or other Carriage chargeable with the Duty by this Act, or any Seal, Plate, or other Article, on which Carriage, Seal, Plate, or other Article, any Armorial Bearing or Ensign is or shall have been, during the said Period, painted, engraved, marked, or affixed, and whether such Armorial Bearing or Ensign shall be registered in the College of Arms or not.

EXEMPTIONS from the said Duties as set forth in
Schedule (K.)

Royal Family. Any of the Royal Family; or any Person who shall, by Right of
I'ublic Otficct. Office or by Appointment, have worn or used any of the Arms or
Insignia worn -or used by the Royal Family, or used in any City,
Borough, or Town Corporate, in that Part of Great Britain before
described.

SCHEDULE (L.)

A SCHEDULE of the Duties made payable in respect of killing GAME.

Upon every Person who shall use any Dog, Gun, Net,
or other Engine, for the Purpose of taking or killing
any Game whatever, or any Woodcock, Snipe,
Quail, or Landrail, or any Conies, in any Part of|
Great Britain:

If such Person shall be a Servant to any Person duly
charged in respect of such Servant to the Duties
granted on Servants by this Act, and (hall use any
Dog, Gun, Net, or other Engine, for any of the
Purposes before mentioned, upon any Manor or Roy-
alty in England, Wales, or Berwick-upon-Tweed,
or upon any Lands in Scotland, by virtue of any
Deputation or Appointment, duly registered or en-
tered as Garr.c-kcoper thereto, there sliall be charged
the Annual Sum of - -

And if. such Pe. son as last aforesaid shall not be a Ser-
vant foi v.Lcm che said Duties on Servants shall be
charged, there shall be charged the Annual Sum of

Upon c vt i v other Person who shall use any Dog, Gun,
Net. or other Engine, for any of the Purposes be-
forc-im ntioi.c'd, there shall be charged the Annual
Suru of

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EXCEPTIONS

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