HC Deb 20 July 1910 vol 19 c1385

Where the holder of a justices' licence is convicted for the first time of any one of the following offences:—

  1. (a) making an internal communication between his licensed premises and any premises not being licensed premises;
  2. (b) forging a justices' licence for the sale of beer, cider, or wine;
  3. (c) selling spirits without a licence;
  4. (d) any felony;

and in consequence either becomes personally disqualified or has his licence forfeited, or where a justices' on-licence for a term is forfeited under the provisions of this Act, or where a justices' licence is forfeited on account of alterations being made in licensed premises without the consent required under this Act, any owner of the premises or any person on his behalf may make an application to a court of summary jurisdiction for a protection order, and the court may in their discretion grant to him such an order, in the same manner and subject to the same provisions in and subject to which they may grant such an order to a proposed transferee pending a proposed transfer.

Amendment made: In paragraph (b), leave out the words "for the sale of beer, cider, or wine."

Clause, as amended, added to the Bill.

Remaining Clauses and the Schedules added to the Bill; Bill, as Amended, to be considered to-morrow (Thursday).