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Liquor Traffic (State Management)

Volume 236: debated on Monday 10 March 1930

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asked the Home Secretary how many on-licences and how many off-licences there were in the City of Carlisle and adjoining districts which were taken over by the Liquor Control Board; and how many there are in the same area to-day?

The number of licensed premises acquired by the Central Control Board (Liquor Traffic) in the City of Carlisle and adjoining districts was 321, of which 307 were on-licences and 14 were off-licences. There are now 192 premises in which the sale of liquor is carried on by the State, and of these six are used exclusively for off-sales.