The Laws Relating to Inns, Hotels, Alehouses, and Places of Public Entertainment: To which is Added, an Abstract of the Statute for the Regulation of Post Horses (Google eBook)

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Saunders and Benning, 1829 - Horses - 169 pages
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Page 87 - AND be it enacted, that if any person against whom the company shall have any claim or demand become bankrupt, or take the benefit of any Act for the relief of insolvent debtors...
Page 65 - The cases shew that the rule is not so inveterate against the innkeeper, bat that the guest may exonerate him by his fault, as, if the goods are carried away by the guest's servant or companion, whom he brings with him. For thus it is laid down in Calye's case...
Page 96 - ... conditioned personally to appear at the said sessions, and to try such appeal and to abide the judgment of the...
Page 12 - AL shall be licensed and empowered to sell under the authority and permission of any excise licence, and to permit all such liquors to be drunk or consumed in his...
Page 87 - Premises, without being duly licensed so to do ; and that every Person, being duly licensed, who shall sell, barter, exchange, or for valuable Consideration otherwise dispose of, or shall permit or suffer to be sold, bartered, exchanged, or otherwise disposed of for valuable Consideration...
Page 65 - I think, presume that he had, apart from the travellers' room : but lie desires to have a private room up some steps, in order to shew his goods. Now an innkeeper is not bound by law to find shew rooms for his guests, but only convenient lodging rooms and lodging. As to what is laid down in Calye's case, respecting the delivery of the key to the guest, it plainly relates to the chamber door in which he is lodged. And I agree that if an innkeeper gives the key of the chamber to his guest, this will...
Page 115 - Act, any House, Room, or other Place, which shall be opened or used for public Entertainment or Amusement, or for publicly debating on any Subject whatsoever, upon any Part of the Lord's Day called Sunday, and to which Persons shall be admitted by the Payment of Money, or by Tickets sold for Money...
Page 110 - ... house, shall be deemed and taken to be the keeper thereof, and shall be liable to be prosecuted and punished as such, notwithstanding he or she shall not in fact be the real owner or keeper thereof.
Page 91 - ... 1 W. 4, c. 64, s. 32. Actions against justices.] "Every action against any justice, constable, or other person, for or on account of any matter or thing whatsoever done or commanded by him in the execution of his duty or office under this act, shall be commenced within three calendar months after the cause of action or complaint shall have arisen, and...
Page 12 - Gaming whatsoever therein ; and do not knowingly permit or suffer Persons of notoriously bad Character to assemble and meet together therein...

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