Reports of Cases Before the High Court of Justiciary in Scotland; From 23rd May, 1893 to [July 20, 1916] Volume 2

Reports of Cases Before the High Court of Justiciary in Scotland; From 23rd May, 1893 to [July 20, 1916] Volume 2

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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. 1899 edition. Excerpt: ...of his selling liquor on Sunday to a person who was not a traveller. Held, on appeal, that whether the actor was or was not a traveller when the liquor was sold to him, the hotel-keeper had suflicient grounds for believing him to be so, and therefore had not committed a breach of certificate. Tms was an Appeal on a Case stated at the instance of JAMES BRODIE, Hotel-keeper, Eagle Hotel, Murraygate, Dundee, against a judgment pronounced against him in the Police Court, Dundee, on 1st September 1896, under a complaint at the instance of the respondent, DAVID DEWAR, Procurator-Fiscal of Court. The Complaint bore--That James Brodie, a hotel-keeper, now or lately residing at Eagle Hotel, Murraygate, Dundee, who holds a certificate to keep an inn and hotel at No. 108 Murraygate, within the burgh of Dundee, in terms of No. 1, Schedule 'A' of the Public Houses Acts Amendment (Scotland) Acts, 1862, did in breach of the terms and conditions of said certificate, on Sunday, 22nd August 1897, within his inn and hotel at N0. 108 Murraygate aforesaid, sell to Harry Baston, a comedian; James Hugh Harvey, a professional clog-dancer; and Robert Ralston, a comedian, all now or lately residing in Sturrocl-1's Temperance Hotel, Murraygate, Dundee, or one or more of them, three half-glasses of gin, two half-glasses of whisky, and four glasses of beer, or other exciseable liquors, who were neither lodgers in said inn and hotel nor travellers, and this the said accused did contrary to section 21 of the Act 9 George IV., caput 58, and section 2 of the Public Houses Acts Amendment (Scotland) Act, 1862. The case set forth that the following facts were proved--I. That the said James Brodie was and is the holder of a certificate for the year commencing...show more

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  • Paperback | 272 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 14mm | 490g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236874994
  • 9781236874993