Intoxicating Liquor Act, 1927

Two or more offences on the same day.

29.—Whenever the holder of a licence for the sale of intoxicating liquor by retail is convicted of two or more offences to which this Part of this Act applies and such offences were committed on the same day, the Court by which such holder is so convicted or the Court by which such conviction is affirmed on appeal (as the case may be) may if it so thinks fit order that such one or more as such Court shall think fit but not all of such convictions shall not be recorded on such licence, and whenever such order is made the conviction or convictions in respect of which the order is made shall not be recorded on such licence notwithstanding the provisions of this Act, and, in the case of an order made on appeal, shall for all purposes be deemed never to have been so recorded.