The Amended License Law of New Hampshire in Force May 1, 1905

The Amended License Law of New Hampshire in Force May 1, 1905

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1905 edition. Excerpt: ... without notice, in the discretion of the commissioners (s. 14).1 6. Any commissioner may summon, or cause to be summoned, witnesses to appear before said board of license commissioners to testify at hearings before them (s. 35). 7. If a witness so summoned fails to appear or to give testimony in accordance with the summons, any justice of the Superior Court, in term time or vacation, upon application of said board shall compel the witness to attend before said board and testify, as if he had been duly summoned to testify before said court in an action there pending (s. 35). 8. The fees of witnesses so summoned shall be the same as of witnesses before the Superior Court and shall be paid by the treasurer of the board (s. 35).2 9. No county solicitor shall be an-attorney, or act, as attorney or counsel, directly or indirectly for any party defendant in any hearings, before the commissioners for the alleged violation of the laws of the state in relation to the sale of intoxicating liquors (chapter117, s. 5, Laws 1905). CHAPTER XXII. POWERS AND DUTIES OF TOWN AND CITY OFFICERS. 1. May extend hour of closing. 5. Must pay proportionate share of 2. May raise license fees. rebate on surrendered license. 3. Increased fee, how long to re-6. Clerk to file notice forbidding main in force. sale without charge. 4. May close certain places in case 7. List of licensees to be open to of riot. pllblic inspection. 1. Any town or the board of mayor and aldermen ' See note 2, page 20. 2 The fees of witnesses shall be, for each day's attendance at the Superior Court, one dollar and twenty-five cents; for each mile's travel to and from the place of testifying, six cents.---Pub. Stat., Ch. 287, s. 13. where liquor licenses are exercised more

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  • Paperback | 38 pages
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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236837401
  • 9781236837400