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THE FOLLOWING OPINIONS HAVE BEEN RECEIVED.
The Rt. Hon. JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN, M.P.,
SAYS OF THE WORK :"That it appears to be well arranged, and likely to be useful to all interested in the trade."
ALFRED YOUNG, Esq., Barrister-at-Law,
Recorder of Gloucester, says of it:
“I have looked through the manuscript of the book entitled The Publicans' Manual.' So far as I can judge it seems to be well arranged, and is likely to prove of great use to those for whom it is primarily intended, as well as to others.
Every publican will do well to purchase and study a copy of the book when published.”
R. H. AMPHLETT, Esq., Recorder of Worcester, Vice-Chairman of the Worcestershire Quarter Sessions :
“Mr. Jeffries has evidently spared no pains in the little treatise he has just published. It is safe to predict that the
Publicans' Manual' will be found of great service to all those who are engaged in the liquor trade. The main provisions of the Licensing Acts, 1872, 1874, are concisely but clearly set out, arranged in such a way as to be easy of reference, and perfectly intelligible to all who desire to acquaint themselves with the law affecting the sale of intoxicating liquors. Though mainly intended for laymen, Mr. Jeffries' work will be found a valuable addition to any lawyer's library.”
Innkeepers, Alehouse Keepers, Beerhouse
Keepers, and Others.
Containing Epitomes of the principal Acts of Parliament relating to the Sale of Intoxicating Liquors by Retail ; Particulars of Offences with Notes of recent decisions and General Notes ; Modes of Application for New Licenses, Six-day Licenses, Removals, &c., &c. ; Innkeepers' Common Law Liability ; Table of Excise Duties ; General Information ; and a Copious
HERBERT JEFFRIES, Deputy Clerk to the Justices, Oldbury, Birmingham.
“Since brevity is the soul of wit, And tediousness the limbs and outward flourishes, I will be brief."-HAMLET j., 2.
NETT, 2s. 6d.; POST FREE, 25. 8d.
PUBLISHERS—NEW & CO.,
All Rights Reserved.]
a number of years I have been intimately
connected, in my daily duties, with the practical
working of the Licensing Acts, and have had cori
siderable experience in matters arising in other
branches of the law, directly affecting the very large
section of the community, usually denominated Publicans
---in which term are included, not only Innkeepers,
Alehouse and Beerhouse keepers, but all persons
holding Licenses for the sale of Intoxicating Liquors
by retail and have observed the long-standing need
for some concise Manual or handbook to which they
might refer for information respecting their duties