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requires persons applying for Licences for the Sale of Beer, Cider, or Spirits by Retail in Ireland, to enter into a bond with sureties.
104. For the regulation of Chinese Passenger Ships.
105. To amend the Lunatic Asylums Act, 1853, and the Acts passed in the 9 and 17 Vict., for the regulation of the Care and Treatment of Lunatics.
106. To suspend the making of Lists and the Ballots for the Militia of the United Kingdom.
107. To authorise the Commissioners of the Treasury to make arrangements concerning a certain Loan advanced by way of relief to the Island of Tobago.
109. To make further provisions for the repayment of advances out of the Consolidated Fund for the erection and enlargement of Asylums for the Lunatic Poor in Ireland, and to amend the laws with reference to the repayments in case of change of districts, and the appointment of Commissioners of General Control and Correspondence.
110. To authorise the application of certain sums granted by Parliament for Drainage and other works of public utility in Ireland, towards the completion of certain navigations undertaken in connexion with drainages, and to amend the Acts for promoting the drainage of lands and improvements in connexion therewith in Ireland.
111. To amend the law relating to Bills of Lading.
112. To continue an Act of the 11 Vict,, for the better prevention of Crime and Outrage in certain parts of Ireland.
113. To extend the provisions of an Act of the 14 and 15 Vict., for rebuilding the Bridge over the river Ness, at Inverness.
114. For the transfer of Licences of Public-houses in Ireland. 115. To continue and amend the Public Health Act, 1854. 117. For transferring to one of her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State the powers and estates vested in Principal Officers of the Ordnance. 123. To defray the charge of the pay, clothing, and contingent and other expenses of the Disembodied Militia in Great Britain and Ireland; to grant allowances in certain cases to Subaltern Officers, Adjutants, Paymasters, Quartermasters, Surgeons, Assistant Surgeons, Surgeons' Mates, and Serjeant-Majors of the Militia; and to authorise the employment of the Non-commissioned Officers.
124. To amend the Charitable Trusts Act, 1853.
125. To confirm provisional orders of the General Board of Health, applying the Public Health Act (1848) to the districts of Middlesbrough, Windhill, Christchurch, Keighley, Tunstall, and Toxteth Park, and for alteration of the boundaries of the district of Romford.
127. To make better provision for the union of contiguous Benefices, and to facilitate the Building and Endowing of new Churches in spiritually destitute districts.
129. To apply a sum out of the Consolidated Fund and the Surplus of Ways and Means to the service of the year 1855, and to appropriate the Supplies granted in this session of Parliament.
130. For raising the sum of 7,000,000l: by Exchequer Bills and Exchequer Bonds, for the service of the year 1855.
131. To render more secure the conditions upon which money is advanced out of the Parliamentary Grant for the purposes of Education. 134. To make further provision for the more speedy and efficient despatch of business in the High Court of Chancery, and to vest in the Lord Chancellor the ground and buildings of the said Court situate in Southampton-buildings, Chancery-lane, with powers of leasing and sale
VIII. ABSTRACTS OF PARLIAMENTARY DOCUMENTS, &c.
Fractional sums are omitted in some instances.
AN ACCOUNT of the NET PUBLIC INCOME of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland in the year ended Jan. 5, 1855, and of the EXPENDITURE for the same period.
Duties on Pensions and Salaries
Small Branches, Hereditary Revenues of the Crown
Produce of the Sale of Old Stores, and other extra
Imprest and other Moneys
Money received from the East India Company
Excess of Expenditure over Income.
271,571 16 2,348 11
88,567 4 3
Diplomatic Salaries and Pensions
Courts of Justice
Vote of Credit-War with Russia
Civil Services, chargeable on the Annual Grants of
TOTAL AMOUNT of the NET REVENUE and EXPENDITURE of the UNITED KINGDOM, with the SURPLUS or DEFICIENCY of REVENUE.
56,737, 133 IRELAND-REVENUE.-The net produce of the revenue of Ireland, for the year ending Jan. 5, 1855, was 5,434,8061.; of which 1,852,108/. was produced by Customs Duties; 2,208,5801. by Excise; 453,8137. by Stamps; 549,0107. by Property and Income Tax; 10,000l. by the Post Office; 300l. by small branches of the Hereditary Revenue, and 360,9957. from miscellaneous sources, including repayment of advances.
INCOME TAX. In the year ending April 5, 1854, the total number of persons charged to the Income Tax, under Schedule D, in Great Britain was 265,796; the net amount was 2,057,9241.; of the total number 20,544 were charged for incomes under 100l. a-year. In this schedule 121,983 were charged for incomes between 100l. and 150l. a-year, producing the largest amount of tax of any one class, being 282,3591., on a gross income of 12,033,0271.; 39 persons are charged on incomes of 50,000l. a-year and upwards. Under Schedule E, 69,588 persons are charged, 15,245 for incomes under 1007., and 53 for incomes exceeding 5,000l. Under Schedule A, the amount raised is 2,888,638.; under B, 367,3311,; under C, 757,339l., but the numbers charged are not given, In Ireland, under Schedule D, 16,686 persons are charged; 3,148 are below 100l. a-year, 22 are between 10,000l. and 50,000l., but none are above the last sum. Under Schedule E, 4,127 persons are charged, of whom 1,695 are below 100l. a-year The amounts for Ireland are, Schedule A, 333,9271.; B, 27,080l.; C, 42,3271.; D, 125,822l.; E, 22,8511. The gross total was 6,991,149.; of which 5,894,7281. was contributed by England, 554,414l. by Scotland, and 552,0071. by Ireland. It is noticeable that Ireland is somewhat under Scotland.
TAXES.-The estimated Amount of those Repealed or Reduced, and of those Imposed, from 1840 to 1854 inclusive.