2. "That there shall, in respect of beer brewed in Great Britain or Northern Ireland on or after the first day of April, nineteen hundred and twenty-three, be allowed the following rebate from the Excise duty payable in respect thereof, that is to say:
In the case of beer brewed by a brewer of beer for sale, for every thirty-six gallons of beer, of whatever original gravity, charged with duty and delivered from the brewery, a rebate of one pound, or where the duty payable in respect of thirty-six gallons of any beer so charged and delivered is less than two pounds and four shillings, a rebate equal to the amount by which that duty exceeds the sum of one pound and four shillings;
In the case of beer brewed by any other brewer, for every thirty-six gallons of worts of a specific gravity of one thousand and fifty-five degrees charged with duty a rebate of one pound and five shillings; and so in proportion for any difference in quantity.
|Duty.||Section of Finance (No. 2) Act, 1915.||Date to which Duty continued.|
|Additional duties on dried fruit||…||…||…||8||1st August, 1924.|
|New import duties||…||…||…||12||1st May, 1924.|