Petition and related correspondence from the publicans of St Helier to the Lieutenant Governor, Lothian Nicholson, the Bailiff, Sir Robert Pipon Marett and the Royal Court regarding the sale of alcohol on a Sunday

Reference: A/D3/11

Date: November 28th 1882 - December 4th 1882

German Order relating to the sale of alcohol with Act of registration and related papers

Reference: B/A/W30/11

Date: August 29th 1940 - November 9th 1940

Translations of the Orders of the German Commandant with Act of registration by the Royal Court

Reference: B/A/W30/6

Date: July 8th 1940 - July 10th 1940

- Memorandum of food Requirements, Aug 1940 - Monthly returns of Imports, Consumption and Stocks of Principal , May 1945 Commodities, Dec 1940 - May 1945, inc. correspondence - Flour and Cereals return, Dec 1943 - Dec 1944 - Saccharin for the Hospitals. See also B/A/W63/21

Reference: B/A/W32/2/3

Date: August 1st 1940 - November 30th 1944

Minutes of the States of Jersey, 18/12/1943. Adoption of laws re. import of tobacco, income tax, sale of alcoholic drinks in Jersey.

Reference: B/A/W34/19

Date: December 18th 1943 - December 18th 1943

Requisition of the entrance hall of Ann Street Brewery for the troops to make alcohol

Reference: B/A/W40/8/329

Date: September 20th 1944 - September 20th 1944

Printed copies of the; Income Tax (Amendment No 2) (Jersey) Law, 1940. Corporation Tax (Jersey) Law, 1940. Income Tax (Amendment No 3) (Jersey) Law, 1940. Income Tax (Special Provisions) (Jersey) Law, 1941. Income Tax (Annual Provisions) (Jersey) Law, 1943. Income Tax (Amendment No 4) (Jersey) Law, 1943. Income Tax (Annual Provisions) (Jersey) Law 1945. Income Tax (Amendment No 5) (Jersey) Law, 1945. Includes Correspondence - see also B/A/W42/2

Reference: B/A/W44/2

Date: September 7th 1940 - April 7th 1945

General file concerning the promotion of alcohol

Reference: B/D/A/L5/1/12

Date: March 3rd 1999 - March 10th 1999

General file concerning drinks promotion

Reference: B/D/A/L5/1/13

Date: February 17th 1999 - February 17th 1999

Correspondence file Public Health Alcohol Advice (Habitual Drunkards)

Reference: B/D/A/P11/5

Date: November 2nd 1986 - January 15th 1996

Sound Recording of the States Debate relating to P46, Confiscation of Alcohol - Introduction of Legislation [see C/A14/B/1 for a list of speakers]

Reference: C/A14/A/17

Date: 2002 - 2002

Answer to the Petition Of C. Le Masurier Limited Requesting the Grant of a Credit in Respect of Duty Paid on Wine and Spirits Destroyed by Fire, lodged by the Finance and Economics Committee

Reference: C/A606/1976/P25

Date: March 16th 1976 - March 16th 1976

Draft Finance (Jersey) Law, 1981, lodged in second reading by the Finance and Economics Committee

Reference: C/A610/1980/P151

Date: December 2nd 1980 - December 2nd 1980

Alcoholism Report on Treatment, lodged by the Public Health Committee.

Reference: C/A615/1985/P150

Date: December 17th 1985 - December 17th 1985

Draft Finance (Jersey) Law 199 , lodged in second reading by the Finance and Economics Committee

Reference: C/A625/1995/P179

Date: December 5th 1995 - December 5th 1995

Comité pour la Prison minute book, including details of the tender, specification and construction of a House of Correction within the prison grounds in1838 and the construction of a treadmill in 1839. Details of escapes, punishment and complaints are listed including the case of David Bromer, in the debtor's section with a detailed description of his cell and conditions. It records the number of criminal prisoners and those in the debtors section from 1844 as well as the rules and regulations of the prison and contains the annual reports.

Reference: C/C/P1/2

Date: December 30th 1837 - March 3rd 1891

Divers Committees minute book, with index

Reference: C/D/AD1/10

Date: May 3rd 1927 - June 25th 1935

Abstracts of the seizure of Channel Islands spirits and weekly return of Jersey spirits reduced to 17% under proof

Reference: CUST 119/111

Date: 1843 - 1845

Case of John Brodie and Co

Reference: CUST 119/113

Date: 1844 - 1845

Photograph album of criminals with details of their names, place of birth, age, crime, sentence, previous convictions and arresting Centenier. Photographs of Robert Thomas Banks, 28, for indecent assault and Marie Louis Carro, widow of Vezin, 48, convicted for an infraction of the taverners law

Reference: D/AF/A1/1/93

Date: August 7th 1919 - August 7th 1919

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