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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 29

Licenses may be transferred to other Premises

Licenses may be transferred to other Premises.

29. In case any person holding a license under this Ordinance shall be desirous of removing his business from the house named in such license to any other house in the same district he shall deliver in duplicate a notice in writing in the form of Schedule S hereunto annexed to the Clerk of the Resident Magistrate's Court or of the Court of Petty Sessions of such district as the case may be and such Clerk will cause one of such notices to be posted up in manner hereinbefore directed in respect to the applications mentioned in Section 10 of this Ordinance and it shall be lawful for a Resident Magistrate or any two Justices of the Peace resident in the district at the next Quarterly Licensing Meeting to be held after the delivery of such notice to authorise such removal forthwith by an endorsement upon the original license in the form of Schedule T hereunto annexed: Provided nevertheless that objections may be made in manner provided in Section 17 of this Ordinance and dealt with as therein mentioned: Provided also that before such endorsement shall be made the applicant shall pay to the Provincial Treasurer a fee of two pounds for such transfer.