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which communicates by an entrance with his premises) by a purchaser of such liquor (or by a person not usually resident within the building of which such premises forms a part.)

8. Illegal sale by druggists.
That X. Y., being a chemist (or druggist) on
at

did unlawfully sell liquor for other than strictly medicinal purposes (or sell liquor in packages of more than six ounces at one time without a certificate from any registered medical practitioner or sell liquor without recording the same,) as required by The Liquor License Ordinance.

9. Keeping a disorderly house.

That X. Y., being the keeper of (house of public entertainment) situate in the town of

in the district of on

in his said hotel unlawfully diil sanction (or allow) gambling, (or riotous or disorderly conduct) in his said hotel.

10. Harbouring constables on duty.
That Y.Y., being licensed to sell liquor at

unlawfully and knowingly did harbour (or entertain or suffer to abide and remain) on his premises O.P., a constable belonging to a police force, during a part of the time appointed for his being on duty, and not for the purpose of quelling a disturbance or restoring order or executing

on

his duty.

11. Compromising or compounding a prosecution.

That X. Y., having violated a provision of The Liquor License Orilinance, on

at

unlawfully did compromise (or compound, or settle, or offer, or attempt to compromise, compound or settle), the offence with A.B. with the view of preventing any complaint being made in respect thereof (or with the view of getting rid of or of stopping or of having the complaint made in respect thereof dismissed, as the case may be.)

12. Being concerned in compromising a prosecution. That X.I., on

at

unlawfully was concerned in (or a party to) a compromise (or a composition, or a settlement) of an offence committed by O.P. against a provision of The Liquor License Ordinance.

13. Refusing to udmit policeman. That X.Y.

at being in (or having charge of the premises of 0.P. being a place where liquor is sold (or reputed to be sold) unlawfully did refuse (or fail) to admit (or did obstruct or attempt to obstruct) E.F. an officer demanding to enter in the execution of his duty (or did obstruct or attempt to obstruct E. F. an officer making searches in the said premises and in the premises connected with such place.)

on

on

14. Officer refusing to prosecute.

That X.Y., being a police officer (or constable or inspector of licenses) in and for the

knowing that 0.P. bad on

at

committed an offence against a provision of The Liquor License Ordinance, unlawfully and wilfully did and still does neglect to prosecute the said O. P. for his said offence.

15. Refusing or failing to supply lodging, meals or accommodation to travellers.

That F.X., being the keeper of an hotel in respect of which an hotel license has been duly issued and is in force, on at

unlawfully failed or refused personally (or through someone acting on his behalf) to supply lodgings, meals or accoinmodation to a traveller as required by The Liquor License Ordinance.

16. Selling liquor to anyone under eighteen years of age. That X. Y. at

unlawfully did sanction (or allow) to be supplied in his licensed premises by purchase (or otherwise) liquor to a person under the age of eighteen years not being a resident on the premises or a bona fide guest, lodger or traveller.

17. Allowing internal communication between licensed and unlicensed premises.

That X.Y., at unlawfully did sanction (or allow) to be made or used an internal communication between his licensed premises and unlicensed premises which are used for public entertainments and resort (or as a refreshment house.)

18. Obtaining liquor by false representations.

That X.Y., at unlawfully did by falsely representing himself to be a lodger, buy or obtain (or attempt to buy or obtain) at liquor during the period during which such premises are required to be closed in pursuance of The Liquor License Ordi

on

on

nance.

19. Interdiction.

That X.Y., by excessive drinking of liquor misspends, wastes (01: lessens if the fact be so) his estate (or greatly injures his health or endangers or interrupts the peace and happiness of his family.)

FORM M.

Form OF INFORMATION LAID OR COMPLAINT MADE, AS THE

CASE MAY BE.

Canada :

The information of A. B., of the North-West Territories.

of

in To wit:

r
the

of

laid (or complaint made as the case may be) upon oath (or affirmation) before me C.D., one of Her Majesty's justices of the peace

in and for the North-West Territories, the

day of

A.D. one thousand The said informant says he is informed and believes that X. Y., on the day of

A.D. one thousand

at the in the

of

unlawfully did sell liquor without the license therefor by law required (or as the case may be). Laid, sworn, (or affirined) and

signed before ine the day and year, and at the place first above mentioned.

A.B. C.D.,

J.P.

FORM N

FORM OF INFORMATION FOR SECOND, THIRD OR FOURTH

OFFENCE.

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Canada :

The information of A. B., of North - West Territories. etc., laid upon oath (or affirTo wit:

mation) before me, C.D., one of

Her Majesty's justices of the peace in and for the North-West Territories, the

A.D. one thousand The said informant says he is informed and believes that X. Y., on at

(describe lust offence) :

And further that the said X.Y. was previously, to wit: on the day of

A.D. 1 at the of

before E.F., one of Her Majesty's justices of the peace in and for the NorthWest Territories, duly convicted if having on the 1 , at the

of in the

of

unlawfully sold liquor without the license therefor required by law (or as the case may be);

And further that the said X. Y. was previously, to wit:

day of A.D. 1 at the

of in the of

before etc., (as in preceding paragraph) again duly convicted of having on the A.D. 1 at the

of

in the of

having a wholesale license, unlawfully allowed liquor to be consunied within a building which communicates by an entrance within his premises by a person not usually resident within the building of which such premises form a part (or as the case may be);

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And further that the said X. Y. was previously, to wit: on the

A.D. 1 in the

of

before, etc., (see above) again duly convicted of having on the

day of A.D. 1 at the

of in the

of (being in charge of the premises of 0. P., a place where liquor was reputed to be sol·l) unlawfully failed to adınit E. F., an officer demanding to enter in the execution of his duty (or as the case may be).

And the informant says the offence herein before firstly charged against the said İ. Y. is his fourth (or as the case may be) offence against The Liquor License Ordinance. Laid, sworn (or affirmed) and

signed before me the day and
year and at the place first
above mentioned.

A. B.
C. D.,

J.P.

FORM 0.

SUMMONS TO WITNESS.

of

Canada :
North-West Territories.

To wit:
To J.K., of the

of

in the

of Whereas information has been laid before me C.D., one of Her Majesty's justices of the peace in and for the North-West Territories that X.Y., being a druggist, on the

day A.D. 1 at the

of in the

of

unlawfully did sell liquor for other than strictly medicinal purposes (or as the case may be) and it has been made to appear to me that you are likely to give material evidence on behalf of the prosecution in this matter;

These are to require you to be and appear on the

A.D. 1 at o'clock in the noon at the

in the of

before me or such justice or justices of the peace as may then be there to testify what you know concerning the said charge so made against the said aforesaid (and also to bring with you and there and then to produce all and every invoices, day books, cash books or ledgers and receipts, promissory notes or other security relating to the purchase or sale, or sale of liquor by the said X.Y., and all other books and papers, accounts, deeds and other documents

day of

as

in your possession, custody or control relating to any matter connected with the said prosecution.) Herein fail not. Given under my hand and seal this

day of

A.D. 1
at the

of
the
of

C.D.,

J.P. (L.s.]

in

FORM P.

FORM OF CONVICTION FOR FIRST OFFENCE.

day

on the

day of

Canada:
North-West Territories.

To Wit :
Be it remembered that on the
of

A.D. one thousand at the

of

in the of

X. Y. is convicted before me, E. F., one of Her Majesty's justices of the peace in and for the North-West Territories, for that he, the said X. Y.,

A.D. one thousand

at the of in the

in his premises, being a place where liquor may be sold, unlawfully did sell liquor during the time prohibited by The Liquor License Orlinance for the sale of the same without any requisition for medicinal purposes as required by the said Ordinance being produced by the vendee or his agent (or as the case may be), A.B. being informant, and I adjudge said X. Y. for his said offence to forfeit and pay the sum of

dollars to be paid and applied according to law, and also to pay to the said A. B. the sum of

dollars for his costs in this behalf, and if the said several sums be not paid forthwith, th~n* I order the said sums to be levied by distress and sale of the goods and chattels of the said X. Y.; and in default of sufficient distress in that behalf* (or where the issuing of a distress warrant would be ruinous to the defendant and his family, or it appears that he has no goods whereon to levy a distress, then instead of the words between the asterisks* say inasmuch as it has now been made to appear to me that the issuing of a warrant of distress in this behalf would be ruinous to the said X. Y. and his family, or that the said X. Y. has no goods or chattels whereon to levy the said several suns by distress), I adjudge the said X. Y. to be imprisoned in the common gaol at in the said

and there to be kept for the space of

unless the said sums and the costs and charges of conveying the said X. Y. to the said common gaol shall be sooner paid.

Given under my banıl and seal the day and year first above mentioned at the

of in the

aforesaid.

C.D., (L.s.]

J. P.

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