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COLLECTION OF STATUTES

CONNECTED WITH THE

General Administration of the Law;

ARRANGED ACCORDING TO THE ORDER OF SUBJECTS:

WITH NOTES,

BY SIR WILLIAM DAVID EVANS, KNT.

LATE RECORDER OF BOMBAY.

The Third Edition, corrected;

COL LATED WITH THE ORIGINAL STATUTES,

AND BROUGHT DOWN TO 10 GEO. IV,

BY ANTHONY HAMMOND, Esq.

OF THE INNER TEMPLE;

AND CONTINUED FROM THAT PERIOD TO THE 5 & 6 WILL. IV. INCLUSIVE,

BY THOMAS COLPITTS GRANGER, Esq.

OF THE INNER TEMPLE, BARRISTER AT LAW.

IN TEN VOLUMES.

VOL. VII.

LONDON :

THOMAS BLENKARN, 19, CHANCERY LANE;
EDWARD LUMLEY, 56, CHANCERY LANE; AND

W. H. BOND, 8, BELL YARD, TEMPLE BAR.

1836.

TO

[ No. I. ] 5 & 6 Edward VI. c. 25.—Por Keepers of Alehouses and Tippliug-houses
to be bound by Reto;bizance

p.)

[ No.II. ] 1 James 1. c. 9.–An Act to restrain the inordinate Haunting and Tip-

pling in lans, Alehouses and other Victualling-houses ..

3

[ No. III. ] 4 James I. c. 5.–An Act for repressing the odious and loathsome Sin

of Drunkenness

5

[ No. 1V. ] 21 James I. c. 7:—An Act for the better repressing of Drunkenness,

and restraining the inordinate Haunting of Jons, Alehouses and other Viciual-

ling-houses

... 7

( No. V: ] i Charles I. c. 4.-An Act for the further restraint of Tippling in Inns,

Alehouses and other Victualling-houses

8

[ No. VI. ] 26 George II. c. 31.–An Act for regulating the manner of Licensing

Alehouses in that part of Great Britain called England ; aud for the more easy

convicting Persons selling Ale and other Liquors without Licence ..., 9

[ No. VII. ] 30 George II. c. 24.-An Act for the more effectual Punishment of

Persons who shall attain, or attempt to attain, Possession of Goods or Money,

by false or untrue Pretences; for preventing the unlawful Pawning of Goods;

for the easy Redemption of Goods pawned ; and for preventing Gaming in

Public-houses by Journeyman. Labourers, Serbants, and appren.

tices

13

[ No. VIII. ] 32 George III. c. 59.-An Act to amend so much of two Acts made

in the Twenty-sixth and Twenty-vinth Years of the Reign of his late Majesty

King George the Second, as relates to the licensing of Alebouse-Keepers and

Victuallers; and for better regulating Alehouses, and the Manner of granting

such Licences in future; and also of grantiog Licences to Persons selling Wines

to be drank iu their Houses

16

( No. IX. ) 35 George III. c. 113.-An Act for the more effectual Prevention of

selling Ale and other Liquors by Persons not duly licensed.-[26th June
1795.)

21

[ No. X. ] 38 George III. c. 54.–An Act to amend several Laws of Excise relat-

ing to Coachmakers, Auctioneers, Beer and Cyder exported, Certificates and

Debentures, Stamps ou Hides and Skins, Drawbacks on Wines and Sweets, and

Gle and Beer Licences.-[21st June 1798.]

.. 27

[ No. XI. ] 39 George III. c. 86.-An Act for ascertaining the Rate of Duty to be

paid for Retail Spirit Licences; and for authorising the Justices of the

Peace for

any County to grant Licences to sell Ale Beer or other Liquors

by Retail, in Cities and Places where a sufficient Number of Mas

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