The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 29
Persons applying for carriage license to sign a requisition
Persons applying for carriage license to sign a requisition.
5. Before any license shall be granted or renewed for or in respect of any common or public carriage a requisition for such license shall be made and signed by the proprietor or one of the proprietors of such carriage and in every such requisition there shall be truly specified and set forth the name and surname and place of abode of the person applying for such license and of every person who shall be a proprietor or part proprietor of such carriage or who shall be concerned either solely or in partnership with any other person in the keeping using or employing of such carriage and in case any person shall neglect or omit to specify truly in such requisition as aforesaid the name of any person who shall be concerned as page 44 aforesaid in the keeping using or employing of such carriage every person so offending shall forfeit any sum not exceeding ten pounds.