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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 29

General Provisions

General Provisions.

House having "General License" to contain certain accommodation.

31. Every house for which a "General License" shall be granted shall from the time of granting the same contain over and above the apartments used and occupied by the holder of the license or his family at least two moderate-sized sitting-rooms and two sleeping-rooms constantly ready and fit for public accommodation and shall be provided with a decent privy or water-closet and an urinal on or near the premises for the use of the customers thereof so as to prevent nuisances and offences against decency and shall also during the continuance of such license be provided with stabling sufficient for four horses at least and with a sufficient supply of wholesome and usual provender for the same: Provided that the Justices granting a certificate for any such license within Dunedin and its suburbs may by an endorsement thereon in writing dispense with the said accommodation for horses either wholly or in part as they may think fit.