The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 29
Purchaser may prove unlawful sale of liquor to himself
Purchaser may prove unlawful sale of liquor to himself.
63. The unlawful sale of liquor may be proved by any person although he may himself have purchased the same and such proof shall be sufficient to support a conviction for such offence and shall be held as sufficient proof by any Court upon any appeal upon such conviction.