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Bernardi, 1900

[liquor laws]

Bernardi

Italian Consular Court, Shanghai
16 August 1900
Source: The North-China Herald, 22 August 1900

 

ITALIAN CONSULAR COURT.

Shanghae, 16th August.

Before CHEVALIER E.  GHISI, Acting Consul.

ILLICIT SALE OF LIQUOR.

J. Bernardi, restaurant keeper, of 249, Broadway, was charged with having sold beer on his unlicensed premises on the night of the 12th instant.

Detective Brown gave evidence as to the sale of the liquor.

No defence was made and a fine of $10 was imposed.

Published by Centre for Comparative Law, History and Governance at Macquarie Law School