The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 29
Penalty for permitting drunkenness
Penalty for permitting drunkenness.
49. No person holding a license under this Ordinance shall in his house or on the premises appertaining thereto or in the booth packet vessel or other place in respect of which the license is granted permit any person to become drunk or shall supply or permit any fermented or spirituous liquors to be supplied or given to any person in a state of intoxication or shall permit such person (not being a lodger guest or inmate thereof) to remain in or upon his house or premises or other places as aforesaid and any such licensed person so doing shall on conviction of any such offence forfeit and pay for each offence any sum not exceeding five pound