The sugar act was passed in 1764 to accuse smugglers of smuggling and what not. It also raised taxes on sugar and lowered them on molasses to give more money to the government.
The Molasses act was passed in 1733.
the British Government tried stop smuggling by passing The Sugar Act but people still passed food and hid some in their homes
The Molasses Act of March 1733 was an Act of the Parliament of Great Britain, which imposed a tax of six pence per gallon on imports of molasses from non-British colonies.The Act was not passed for the purpose of raising revenue, but rather to regulate trade by making British products cheaper than those from the French West Indies. Largely opposed by colonists, the tax was rarely paid, and smuggling to avoid it was prominent. If actually collected, the tax would have effectively closed that source to New England and destroyed much of the rum industry. Yet smuggling, bribery or intimidation of customs officials effectively nullified the law.
To inhibit colonial trade with the French West Indies.
well, the sugar act of 1764 was again passed by King George and the british parliamnent. The earlier Molasses Act of 1733 which imposed a tax of six pence per gallon of molasses.
This was tax passed by the British parliament in 1764 on molasses sold in the American colonies. The money collected was collected to be spent on British soldiers kept in Amerca.
The Molasses Act was passed in March, 1733 by the Parliament of Great Britain.
the sugar act, which was created to reduce smuggling, increase tax revenues by taxing the american colonists and to limit the British policy of salutary neglect by increasing law inforcement.
Parliament passed it to lower the molasses tax from 6 pence to 3 pence per gallon. This seemed like a good thing but actually caused more problems in the colonies. The people had been smuggling molasses, paying nothing. Though the price had been lowered, the stricter customs officers actually made them pay it therefor they saw it as a negative thing.
They were angry. The tax lowered the tax on molasses, but unlike the molasses act, the sugar act was enforced. The colonists ignored the molasses acts higher tax and just smuggled the goods, but they couldn't do that with the sugar act. It was also the first act the British passed that the only purpose of it was to make money from the tax. Needless to say, the colonists were angry.
The French and Indian War had placed a burden on the British treasury. In order to raise finds from its American colonies, the British parliament in 1764 passed the Sugar Act. This was a tax on imported refined sugar products and molasses. It was strongly objected to by the American colonies.
Passed by Parliament (in England) on April 5, 1764, the Sugar Act had the most economical effect on the New England ports because it made the smuggling of molasses riskier. The opening phrase of it's very long title identifies specifically the fact that these duties (taxes) were to effect the British colonies and plantations in America.See the related Wikipedia link listed below for more information:
The Sugar Act is an act passed by the British Parliament in 1764. It placed a tax of three cents on sugar that was bought by the American colonists. During the French and Indian War, Britain collected a great amount of debt. In order to raise money, they decided to tax the colonists. The Sugar Act is one of the many taxes imposed by Parliament. It also added tax on molasses to stop the colonists from smuggling it in. This law not only taxed sugar and molasses, but also taxed other products that England shipped to the colonists. It also imposed severe penalties on smugglers.
The American colonies were British and followed British law. British law was passed by the British Parliament.
To discourage homeless people from living in certain areas.
The British parliament passed the Sugar Act and the Stamp Act because the British owed money to those who helped them win the French and Indian War. The Sugar Act taxed the colonists even more on sugar and molasses. The Stamp Act did the same thing as the Sugar Act except instead of sugar and molasses it taxed the colonists on sent letters, newspapers, stamps and other stuff that had to do something with paper.
One cause of the Revolution was the colonists' resentment of British mercantilism. Parliament passed laws to discourage the colonists from developing their own manufacturing and to force them to buy British goods. Slavery was another issue. ChaCha!
The British North American Act was passed in 1867. The British North American Act was passed in 1867.
They didn't play a role in "global trade." First, there was no global trade as we think about it. Second the British passed the navigation acts which meant that they could only by and sell to the British. Smuggling took place and Dutch tea was brought in as well as items from France.
The British passed the tea act so the British would buy their low priced tea instead of smuggling the tea from the Dutch. Instead of buying this very low priced tea, the British sent 50 patriots to dump tea into the sea. This was called the boston tea party which resulted in the intolerable acts. (a set of harsh laws) :)
molasses, sugar, and basically anything sweet was taxed by the sugar act.