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Provided always, that nothing herein contained shall extend to repeal, alter, or affect any of the provisions of the M1Hares Act, 1848 M2 and Hares (Scotland) Act 1848, further than that the term “game certificate” in the said Acts respectively used shall be construed to mean a licence to kill game under the provisions of this Act, and shall be so read accordingly; and that the term “game certificate” used in the M3Game Act, 1831, shall be construed and read in like manner; and that wherever in the said last-mentioned Act the duty of three pounds thirteen shillings and sixpence on a game certificate is mentioned the duty of three pounds on a licence to kill game shall be read in lieu.
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