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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 36

Part III.—Licensing Districts. Licensing Magistrates and Regulations

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Part III.—Licensing Districts. Licensing Magistrates and Regulations.

The licensing districts in existence on 1st January, 1877. are continued 32
Every city, town, and borough, bounded by other cities, towns, or boroughs, is a licensing district—See Regulations, section 1, page 60.
Two licensing magistrates to be elected by the justices resident in the district in January annually; with the police or stipendiary magistrate, constitute a licensing bench 33
"Licensing districts" are defined in Regulations, section 2, page 60.
The Governor in Council has authority, by means of regulations, to alter and rescind those at present in force; to make and repeal other regulations; to alter existing and future licensing districts, and define others in lieu thereof; to create fresh districts; to define who shall be licensing stipendiary magistrates; to prescribe the mode of electing licensing magistrates, and for any other purpose whatsoever connected with the execution of this Act 34