The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 29
Not necessary in certain cases to apply to the Bench for a renewal
Not necessary in certain cases to apply to the Bench for a renewal.
2. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the said "Licensing Ordinance 1865" contained any person who shall have obtained there under a license of any kind or description designated in the said Ordinance except a temporary license may upon application to the Provincial Treasurer and upon paying the license fee payable under the said Ordinance in respect to such license on or before the thirty-first day of December in any year obtain from such Treasurer a renewal of such license until the thirty-first day of December in the next succeeding year which renewal such Treasurer is hereby authorised to grant by an indorsement on such license to the effect that such fee has been paid and that such license has been renewed until a date to be mentioned in such indorsement. Provided nevertheless that no such person shall be entitled to such renewal and no Provincial Treasurer shall renew any such license if the Commissioner of Police or other the chief officer of police stationed within or having charge of the licensing district within which the house or premises for which such license, is held or any Justice of the Peace object to the renewal of such license by giving notice of his objection in writing to the Provincial Treasurer and to the applicant at least one calendar month before the thirty-first day of December in any year and in case such notice shall be given the holder of such license if desiring to continue the same may apply for a license in accordance with the provisions of the said Licensing Ordinance 1863 instead of a renewal under this Ordinance.