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Different types of licence


Source: Evening Express 24/07/1905       Date: 1905
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Licensed Victuallers, &c. Different Kinds of Licences.

There are several different kinds of licences for the sale of intoxicating liquors, viz. (1). Ale house licence, which entitles the holder to sell all species of intoxicating liquors by retail for consumption either on or off the premises. This is the most comprehensive of all licences. (2). Beer house licence, which authorises the sale, by retail, of beer, ale, porter, cider' and perry. (3). Cider and perry licence, which authorises the holder to sell, by retail, cider and perry for consumption on or off the premises. (4). A refreshment housekeeper's wine licence, which authorises the holder to sell wine by retail for consumption either on or off the premises. (5). A sweets licence, which authorises the holder to sell made wines, mead, and metheglin for consumption on or off the premises. (6). A shopkeeper's retail wine licence, which authorises the holder to sell wine by retail for consumption off the premises. (7.) An off beer house licence, which authorises the holder to sell beer, ale, porter, cider, or perry for consumption off the premises. (8.) Table beer licence, which authorises the sale of table beer, at a price not exceeding three halfpence per quart, for consumption off the premises. (9). An off cider licence, which authorises the sale of cider and perry for consumption off the premises. (10.) A beer dealer's additional retail licence (off), which entitles the holder to sell beer by retail to be consumed off the premises. (11.) A shopkeeper's sweets (see above) licence (off), which entitles the holder to sell sweets by retail for consumption off the premises. (12.) Spirit dealer's additional retail spirit licence (off), which entitles the holder to sell spirits by retail for consumption off the premises. (13.) Spirit dealer's additional liqueurs licence (off), which entitles the holder to sell liqueurs by retail to be consumed off the promises. (14.) Wine dealer's licence (off), which authorises the holder to sell wine by retail for consumption off the premises. (15.) An occasional licence, which authorises the holder to sell intoxicating liquors at some specified place other than his usual premises during a. limited period'. These licences are only granted to licensed victual- lers or refreshment or beer-house keepers. All the above licences, with the exception of Nos. 12, 13, and 14, must be obtained from the justices, but Excise licences are also required. Licences 12, 13, and 14 can be obtained from the Excise. From Law for the Million," to be obtained from all booksellers and newsagents,or from the Western Mail Limited, at Cardiff, Newport, Swansea, Merthyr, Brecon. Price 1s-, by post 1/3; or in cloth 1/6, by post 1/9.

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