The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 29
Forfeiture of License
Forfeiture of License.
45. If any person licensed under this Ordinance shall be convicted of page 21 felony or misdemeanor in any Criminal Court and sentenced to transportation or imprisonment or being the holder of a General License shall abandon the occupation of his or her licensed house under such General License as his or her usual place of residence for more than three consecutive days except by permission of a Resident Magistrate as hereinafter provided or shall permit any person whomsoever to manage superintend or conduct the business of such house or shall whether residing in such house or not permit any unlicensed person to become virtually or in effect the keeper thereof then or in either of the said cases upon complaint thereof in open Court and proof of the fact to the satisfaction of any Resident Magistrate or two or more Justices of the Peace having jurisdiction within the Licensing District in which such house or premises are situate the license of such house shall become and be absolutely void and such house or place shall thenceforth be held to be unlicensed.