Account book, includes; accounts for coal licences, accounts for ship passes, general accounts of dues to the Governor, accounts for dues for Mediterranean papers, accounts for certificates, accounts for certificates of the registry of vessels, accounts of poultry dues, rent for the King's Meadows in St Saviour and St Clement. rent for the King's Warren at Mont Orgueil, accounts of licences for vessels to trade with France, 1809 - 1813, accounts for import certificates

Reference: A/B/1

Date: 1806 - 1826

Letter from W V Vernon Bailiff to the Deputy Governor re. holding a session of the Licensing Assembly on 23 May

Reference: A/C2/41/37

Date: June 8th 1905 - June 8th 1905

Copy letter from the Deputy Lieutenant Governor, Lieutenant Colonel H S Leger Wood to the Bailiff [W V Vernon] agreeing to the date of 23 May for a meeting of the Licensing Assembly

Reference: A/C2/41/39

Date: June 10th 1905 - June 10th 1905

Correspondence and approval forms for the export of arms, including licence applications

Reference: A/D1/A28

Date: January 3rd 1985 - January 9th 1987

Withdrawal of authorities/licenses under the Dangerous Drugs Acts and related papers

Reference: A/D1/D2/1

Date: January 4th 1924 - December 29th 1945

Papers relating to the Licensing Assembly/Licensing Bench consisting of the Lieutenant Governor, the Bailiff and Jurats

Reference: A/D1/L10

Date: January 6th 1902 - November 20th 1986

Potato shipments

Reference: A/E/10/7

Date: February 4th 1918 - October 7th 1918

Restrictions on the sale of arms and ammunition and issue of licences for their sale [Indexed]

Reference: A/E/8/18

Date: August 26th 1914 - April 15th 1920

Export of the Evening Post to neutral countries

Reference: A/E/8/8

Date: August 24th 1916 - September 25th 1916

Collection of press cuttings presented to Government House by Major General Martelli concerning the history of Jersey, Jurats, Deputies, the Dean, Prevots, the Police, the right of appeal, colorado beetle, States houses, the status of British residents, Roman Catholics in Jersey, the airport, military service, Spanish refugees, smuggling, the licensing system, visitor traffic and the Ecrehous

Reference: A/J/10

Date: May 16th 1929 - October 3rd 1956

Requests for permission to hold events at places of public entertainment (incomplete) Includes letter from Forum Cinema concerning poor children's' matinee, 1942

Reference: B/A/W3/1

Date: December 10th 1940 - May 8th 1942

Sale and consumption of liquor Includes: - papers concerning opening hours, off-licence fees and permits for the sale of spirits, Defence (Licensing Hours) (No. 4) (Jersey) Regulations, 1940

Reference: B/A/W3/2

Date: September 9th 1939 - July 28th 1942

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

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