Using a cart without a name

Hertfordshire Mercury, 27th February 1915


At Hatfield Petty Sessions George Draper, of St Albans, pleaded guilty to using a cart for trade purposes without having a name thereon.  P.s. Olding, who proved the case, said that when he stopped the defendant he said it was a cart which he had had on hire for two months, and he did not know there was no name on it, as there was one when he first hired it.  The defendant was ordered to pay the costs of 5s. 6d.

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