[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Council of the Town of Glocester 4-14-1923, amended 5-12-1988 (Ch. II, § 12, 2-12-12, of the 1991 Code)]. Subsequent amendments noted where applicable.]
No person or persons shall keep a victualing house in the Town of Glocester without first having obtained a license therefor from the Town Council of said Town of Glocester.
The fee for such license for a victualing house shall be as set from time to time by the Town Council.
A victualing license shall apply to shops, houses or places where victuals and foods are sold or furnished, whether the same is the principal business of the licensee or not.
The licensee shall allow no punch boards, gambling machines, or any apparatus or any gambling of any kind upon his premises, and each license shall be held strictly accountable for the observance of this section.