The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 29
Selling Spirits, &., without License
Selling Spirits, &., without License.
47. If any person or persons not being duly licensed under this Ordinance shall sell any fermented or spirituous liquor or shall knowingly or negligently permit or suffer the same to be sold or delivered by any unlicensed person in or upon his house or premises he shall forfeit and pay for every such offence a sum not exceeding fifty pounds: And it is expressly declared that any person not being duly licensed under this Ordinance who shall sell any ale beer or other fermented liquor brewed or manufactured by himself or shall permit or suffer the same to be sold on the house or premises occupied by him whether it be delivered there or at any other place whatsoever shall be deemed to have incurred the penalty herein provided and shall forfeit and pay a like penalty not exceeding fifty pounds for every such offence.