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The Registration of Clubs (Northern Ireland) Order 1987

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16.  The clerk of petty sessions for any petty sessions district, in respect of each such period as may be specified by the Department shall send to the Department a statement showing—

(a)the number of clubs having premises in that district registered under this Order;

(b)the number of certificates of registration issued;

(c)the number of clubs so registered for which registration has been renewed;

(d)the numbers of members of each club;

(e)the expenditure incurred by each club on intoxicating liquor;

and containing such other information as the Department may require.

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