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Loi Imposant une Taxe sur les Divertissements - Entertainments tax

Reference: A/D1/A1/10

Date: March 21st 1921 - April 10th 1928

Papers relating to Laws imposing taxes on entertainments

Reference: A/D1/L1/23

Date: June 21st 1924 - January 3rd 1940

Papers relating to The Entertainments on Public Roads (Jersey) Law, 1954

Reference: A/D1/L1/185

Date: April 6th 1954 - June 22nd 1954

Entertainments

Reference: B/A/L2

West's Cinema to show films at the Opera House

Reference: B/A/L2/1

Date: May 16th 1945

Correspondence concerning a request from Miss Lillicrap to hold dancing classes

Reference: B/A/W3/3/1

Date: November 23rd 1940 - December 11th 1940

Correspondence relating to the ban on public dances

Reference: B/A/W3/3/2

Date: May 4th 1941 - May 23rd 1941

Correspondence relating request from Donald Journeaux to hold dancing lessons

Reference: B/A/W3/3/3

Date: June 10th 1941 - June 24th 1941

Application from Melrose Sports Club to hold a dance

Reference: B/A/W3/3/4

Date: July 8th 1941 - July 11th 1941

Correspondence relating to request by Jeannette Boielle and Madeleine Le Riche to hold dancing classes

Reference: B/A/W3/3/5

Date: September 12th 1941 - September 15th 1941

Ban on public dances following cases of syphilis

Reference: B/A/W3/3/8

Date: June 19th 1943

Correspondence relating to Bailiff's fees for licences

Reference: B/A/W3/4

Date: April 4th 1941 - April 17th 1941