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An Act Laying Duties on Sugar Refined Within the United States

United States. Congress. Senate

An Act Laying Duties on Sugar Refined Within the United States

by United States. Congress. Senate

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Published by s.n. in [Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sugar -- Taxation -- United States,
  • Sugar laws and legislation -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 30006
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination11 p
    Number of Pages11
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15111892M

    The War of , commonly known in the United States as the Spanish-American War, marked a new chapter in U.S. foreign policy. For a quarter century prior to the war, Americans had debated the idea of acquiring overseas possessions. By the schedule of the Bill of , refined sugar was to pay a duty of 28 s. 6 d., when raw sugar paid 20 s.; and when the (duty on refined sugar descended to 24 s. 8 d., then the duty on raw sugar was to sink to 18 s. 6 d.; but it now appeared that, practically, the duty was to be 1 l, on raw sugar, while 24 s. 8 d. was that which was payable.

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Pennington v. Coxe, 6 U.S. 2 Cranch 33 33 () Pennington v. Coxe.entitled an "Act laying certain duties upon snuff and refined sugars." a drawback of the duties "hereby laid upon sugar refined within the United States" is allowed upon exportation to a foreign port.

An Act Laying Duties on Sugar Refined Within the United States. [United States. Congress. Senate.] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for # Sugar laws and legislation--United States\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema. Evans ; Caption title: At head of title: Third Congress of the United States: at the first session, begun and held at the City of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday the second of December, one thousand seven hundred and Page Order: Multipage Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML.

Printed. Act of March 3,ch. Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That from and after the thirtieth day of September next, there be levied, collected and paid, upon all snuff, which, after that day, shall be manufactured for Duties on snuff after 30th September.

sale, within the United States, at any. whether sugar which had been refined and was in the manufactory previous to 1 July,was, when sent out for sale, liable to duty under the provisions of the Act of Congress passed June 5,entitled an "Act laying certain duties upon snuff and refined sugars.".

Explanations and instructions concerning the act entitled, "An act repealing, after the last day of June next, the duties heretofore laid upon distilled spirits imported from abroad and laying others in their stead, and also upon spirits distilled within the United States, and for appropriating the same" passed in the third session of Congress.

IN the circuit court of the United States for the Pennsylvania district an action was instituted and a feigned issue formed to try the question whether sugar which had been refined and was in the manufactory previous to the 1st of Julywas, when sent out for sale, liable to duty under the provisions of the act of congress passed June 5th,entitled an 'act laying certain duties upon.

12th. “An Act laying certain Duties upon Snuff and refined Sugar” passed June 5th This Act lays a duty of 8 Cents ⅌ pound on all Snuff, which after the 30th of September should be Manufactured within the United States, and of two Cents per pound on all Sugar, which after that day should be refined, within the United States.

Duties on stamps of bank notes, and on refined sugar, continued. Act ofch. Act ofch. Act ofch. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the act entitled, “An act laying duties on notes of banks, bankers, and certain companies; on notes, bonds, and obligations, discontinued by banks.

These words are, "that from and after the 30th day of September next, there be levied, collected and paid upon all sugar which shall be refined within the United states, a duty of two cents per pound." These words, it is said, contain an express charge upon all the sugars to be refined within the United States.

The Sugar Duties Act (9 & 10 Vict) was a statute of the United Kingdom which equalized import duties for sugar from British was passed in at the same time as the repeal of the Corn laws by the Importation Act (9 & 10 Vict.

22). The Act, combined with the recent abolition of slavery, had a devastating effect on the profits of the Caribbean plantocracy, which had. The Manufacturers of Snuff in Philadelphia Remonstrate2. Against the manner in which the Excise or Duty is laid and to be collected on Snuff—eight Cents per pound this is on an average fifty ⅌ Cent.3 This is an encouragement for a defraud of the Revenue as the Excise is an encouragement so to do.

Also give Bond in the Sum of Five thousand Dollars and must keep an account from day to day. program itself, have contributed to recurring debates about sugar policy in the United States. U.S. sugar policy was initiated in when import tariffs were introduced to generate government revenue.

Sugar tariff rates generally increased over time until the enactment of the first Sugar Act in The act established import quotas and. raised duties to reduce the volume of imports into the United States, in hopes that this would restore domestic employment.(p 62) The result of the Smoot-Hawley Act resulted in raising of duties and other barriers by other nations, thus being one of the causes of.

Directed duties- not specified as part of a job position or MOS or other directive; given orally or in writing (i.e., CQ, guard duty, staff duty, training NCO, etc.) Implied duties - duties that improve the quality of the job and help keep the unit functioning at an optimum level; in most cases, depends on individual initiative.

Catalog (for May) is now available. This latest offering of authentic newspapers is comprised of over new items, a selection which includes: a great issue on the birth of the Texas oil industry, a issue from Williamsburg (Virginia), the beginning of the Impressionist movement in France, a Chicago “Extra” on the Chicago Fire, a rare “Pennsylvania Magazine” from“War.

- Sugar Act: act that put a three cent tax on foreign refined sugar and increased taxes on coffee, indigo, and certain kinds of wine. It banned importation of rum and French wines. These taxes affected only a certain part of the population, but the affected merchants were very vocal.

The taxes were raised without the consent of the colonists. An act laying certain duties upon snuff and refined sugar. [Philadelphia: Printed by Childs and Swaine, ]. An act making further provision for securing and collecting the duties on foreign and domestic distilled spirits, stills, wines and teas.

Online Library of Liberty. operations of the act laying duties on imports; Secondly. As to the act imposing duties on tonnage. And also that, except as to duties on imports and exports—in the Post-office, and duties of tonnage, the United States and the States respectively have concurrent and co-equal authority to lay and collect all.Book/Printed Material Statement of the duties on sugar refined, during the year ending on the 31st December, [Followed by] Statement of the duties on licenses granted to retailers of wines and foreign distilled spirits during the year ending on the 31st Dece.In June, ,* we find Rhode Island laying duties "to encourage the manufactory within the State and the United States." Ad valorem duties were: 25 per cent.

on ready-made garments, canes, toys, etc. 20 " " " paper, tinware, boots, shoes, saddles, bridles, wool and cotton cords, whips, and gloves.