The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 29
Superintendent empowered to grant licenses in certain cases
Superintendent empowered to grant licenses in certain cases.
55. Notwithstanding anything in tin's Ordinance contained it shall be lawful for the Superintendent, with the advice and consent of the Executive Council to license for the sale of spirituous and fermented liquors the owners or occupiers of any house situate in remote or thinly-populated districts at such times and in such manner upon such terms and conditions and either with or without any annual payment as to the Superintendent in Council may seem meet: Provided that no person shall be licensed by the Superintendent as aforesaid if his house be within fifteen miles of any house licensed under the other provisions of this Ordinance nor unless it shall appear to the Superintendent in Council that there is need of a house for the accommodation of travellers at the spot where such house is situate.