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Agency ID10707
TitleLicensing Court, Yungaburra
Agency TypeMagistrates Court
Start Date 17/6/1921
End Date 25/11/1935
Date NotesN/A
Abstract

Responsible for granting and review of liquor licences

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123Home Secretary's Office 17/6/1921 25/11/1935
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Information Sources

Liquor Acts 1912-1935
Queensland Government Gazette 1921, Vol CXVI, No 128, p 1918
Queensland Government Gazette 1932, Vol CXVII, No 55, pp 855-58
Queensland Government Gazette 1935, Vol CXLV, No 134, p1549-93
Liquor Acts Amendment Act 1935
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Legislation

Establishing Liquor Act 1912
Abolishing Liquor Acts Amendment Act 1935
Administered Liquor Acts 1912-1935

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Description
ESTABLISHMENT:
Under the "Liquor Act 1912", all licensing districts formerly constituted under repealed Acts became licensing districts for the constitution of licensing courts. With the establisnment of the Court of Petty Sessions at Yungaburra on 17 June 1921, Yungaburra also gained a Licensing Court.

FUNCTIONS:
Licensing courts were responsible for granting, regulating and rescinding liquor licences within a licensing district. The granting of licences by the licensing court was annual and included licences for licensed victuallers' licences, wine sellers' licences, packet licences, billiard and bagatelle licences.

ABOLITION:
Under the "Liquor Acts Amendment Act 1935" the Licensing Courts were to be called Courts of Petty Sessions. The Licensing Commission, which was established under this Act, assumed responsibility for issuing licences while Courts of Petty Sessions retained responsibility for maintaining the registers of licences and records of charges and complaints.

PORTFOLIO CONTROLLING:
Home Secretary 21 Feb 1913 - 25 Nov 1935
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Preferred Citation

Queensland State Archives Agency ID10707, Licensing Court, Yungaburra
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Last updated 9 September 2016
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