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Inebriates Act 1898

1898 CHAPTER 60 61 and 62 Vict

F1An Act to provide for the treatment of Habitual Inebriates.

[12th August 1898]

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C1This Act is not necessarily in the form in which it has effect in Northern Ireland

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This Act may be cited as the Inebriates Act 1898, and [F4the First Schedule to this Act shall have effect for the purposes of the following enactments, namely—

  • the M1Licensing Act 1902, section 6,

  • the M2Licensing (Scotland) Act 1903, section 71, and . . . F5

(being enactments which operate by reference to the list of offences set out in the Schedule).]

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C2Sch. 1 extended by Licensing Act 1902 (c. 28), s. 2(3)

Description of OffenceStatute enacting Offence
Being found drunk in a highway or other public place, whether a building or not, or on licensed premises.Licensing Act 1872 (35 & 36 Vict. c. 94), s. 12.
Being guilty while drunk of riotous or disorderly behaviour in a highway or other public place, whether a building or not.Licensing Act 1872 (35 & 36 Vict. c. 94), s. 12.
Being drunk while in charge, on any highway or other public place, of any carriage, horse, cattle, or steam-engine.Licensing Act 1872 (35 & 36 Vict. c. 94), s. 12.
Being drunk when in possession of any loaded firearms.Licensing Act 1872 (35 & 36 Vict. c. 94), s. 12.
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Being found drunk in any street or public thoroughfare within the Metropolitan Police District, and being guilty while drunk of any riotous or indecent behaviour.Metropolitan Police Act 1839 (2 & 3 Vict. c. 47), s. 58.
Being drunk in any street, and being guilty of riotous or indecent behaviour therein.Town Police Clauses Act 1847 (10 & 11 Vict. c. 89), s. 29.
Being intoxicated while driving a hackney carriage.Town Police Clauses Act 1847 (10 & 11 Vict. c. 89), s. 61.
Being drunk during employment as a driver of a hackney carriage, or as a driver or conductor of a stage carriage in the Metropolitan Police District.London Hackney Carriages Act 1843 (6 & 7 Vict. c. 86), s. 28.
Being drunk and persisting, after being refused admission on that account, in attempting to enter a passenger steamer.Merchant Shipping Act 1894 (57 & 58 Vict. c. 60), s. 287.
Being drunk on board a passenger steamer, and refusing to leave such steamer when requested.Merchant Shipping Act 1894 (57 & 58 Vict. c. 60), s. 287.
[F7Failing to leave licensed premises, etc. when asked to do so.] [F7Licensing Act 2003, s 143.]
[F7Entering, or attempting to enter, licensed premises, etc. when asked not to do so.] [F7Licensing Act 2003, s 143.]
Description of OffenceStatute enacting Offence
Being found in a state of intoxication and incapable of taking care of himself, and not under the care or protection of some suitable person, in any street, thoroughfare, or public place.[F8Licensing (Scotland) Act 1903 (c. 25), s. 70]
Being in any street drunk and incapable and not under the care and protection of some suitable person.Burgh Police (Scotland) Act 1892 (55 & 56 Vict. c. 55), s. 381.
Being drunk while in charge in any street or other place of any carriage, horse, cattle, or steam engine, or when in possession of any loaded firearms.Burgh Police (Scotland) Act 1892 (55 & 56 Vict. c. 55), s. 380.
Being found in any shebeen drunkPublic Houses Acts Amendment (Scotland) Act 1862 (25 & 26 Vict. c. 35), s. 19.
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F6Sch. 1 entries repealed (24.11.2005) by Licensing Act 2003 (c. 17), s. 201(2), Sch. 6 para. 6(a), Sch. 7 (with ss. 2(3), 15(2), 195); S.I. 2005/3056, art. 2(2) (with art. 4)

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