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Exchequer Court (Scotland) Act 1856

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6. Not cancelling Permit

I, the Right Honourable A.B., Her Majesty's Advocate, on behalf of Her Majesty, inform the Court,—

1st Count. That at the Time of committing the several Offences after mentioned, A. [design him] was a Dealer in [or Retailer of Spirits, and, as such, had provided himself with a Book, as prescribed by the Act 11 and 12 Vict. Cap. 121, for the Purpose of entering therein such Particulars relating to Spirits to be received into his Stock, Custody, or Possession as by the said Act Dealers in [or Retailers of] Spirits were and are required to make due Entries of: And that the said A. did, on or about the _______________ Day of ___________________ Eighteen hundred and ______________ at __________________ in the County of __________________, receive into his Stock, Custody, or Possession, Fifty Gallons, or other large Quantity of Spirits: Yet the said A. did not, at any Time on the said Day on which the said Spirits were so received by him, make, or cause to be made, due Entries in his said Book, of the several Particulars by the said Act required to be entered therein relating to the said Spirits. Contrary to the said Statute 11 & 12 Vict. Cap. 121. Whereby the said A. has incurred the Penalty of £100. 2d Count,—That the said A., being a Dealer in. [or Retailer of] Spirits, did, on or about the _________________ Day of ___________________ Eighteen hundred and __________________, at _________________ in the County of ___________________ receive Fifty Gallons or other Quantity of Spirits, which were, at the Time when they were so received by him, accompanied by a true and lawful Permit [or Certificate] ; and the said A. did then and there receive such Permit [or Certificate] with the said Spirits ; yet the said A. did not, immediately on receiving such Permit [or Certificate] cancel the same in the Manner, directed by the said Statute, so as to prevent the same from being again used for the Removal of Spirits. Contrary to the said Statute 11 & 12 Vict. Cap. 121. Whereby the said A. has incurred the Penalty of £50.

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