§ Motion made,
§ 1. That as from 12th April 1967 the duties of excise chargeable under section 1 of the Finance Act 1964 on spirits, and the duties of customs chargeable under that section on spirits other than perfumed spirits, shall
|TABLE: SPIRITS OTHER THAN IMPORTED PERFUMED SPIRITS (RATES OF CUSTOMS AND EXCISE DUTIES)|
|Description of Spirits||Excise rate||Full||Commonwealth||Convention|
|1. British spirits (per proof gallon)||16||1||3||—||—||—|
|2.Imported spirits other than perfumed—|
|(a) not comprised below in this paragraph (per proof gallon)||—||16||3||9||16||1||3||16||1||3|
|(b) liqueurs, cordials, mixtures and other preparations in bottle, entered in such manner as to indicate that the strength is not to be tested (per gallon)||—||21||17||0||21||13||6||21||13||6|
|each of the above rates of duty being, in the case of spirits not warehoused or warehoused for less than 3 years, increased by Is. 6d. per proof gallon or, for spirits within paragraph 2(b) of this table, by 2s. 0d. per gallon.|
§ In the Table above "Commonwealth" indicates goods qualifying for Commonwealth preference under section 2 of the Import Duties Act 1958, "Convention" indicates goods of Convention area origin within the meaning of the European Free Trade Association Act 1960 and "Full" indicates other goods.—[Mr. Callaghan.]
§ The CHAIRMAN put the Question there-upon forthwith, pursuant to Standing1012
§ Order No. 90 (Ways and Means Motions and Resolutions).
§ Question agreed to.
§ The CHAIRMAN then proceeded successively to put forthwith the Question on each further Motion made by a Minister of the Crown, save the last Motion.