Liquor (Amendment) Act. 1905.

 

PART III.

Licenses under Part III of Principal Act.

7.   The provisions of this Part relate to licenses and licensees and licensed premises under Part III of the Principal Act.

The supplying of liquor.                 ;

8.   (1) Any licensee who on his licensed premises gives, sells or supplies, or allows to be given, sold, or supplied, except in sickness or accident, any liquor to—

(a) any person under the age of eighteen years;

(b) any aboriginal native of Australia ;  or

(c ) any person belonging to any of the coloured races of the South Pacific Islands ; shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding ten pounds.

(2) Any person,  other than the licensee,  who on any premises supplies, except in case of sickness or accident, any liquor to—

(a)  any person under the age of eighteen years ;

(b)  any aboriginal native of Australia ;

(c)  any person belonging to any of the coloured races of the South Pacific Islands :

d) any person then in a state of intoxication ;

(e) any prohibited person ;  or :

(f) any person who is not lawfully entitled to be supplied with liquor, shalI be liable to a penalty not exceeding ten pounds.

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 (4)  For the purposes of this section, the expression "aboriginal native of Australia," means any full blooded aboriginal native of Australia, and any person apparently having an admixture of aboriginal blood who—

(a) is in receipt of rations or other aid from the Aborigines Protection  Board;   or

(b) is residing on a reserve granted for the use of aboriginal natives of Australia.

…. Any licensee fails to comply with the provisions of this section shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding two pounds …”