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Heavy experiment. --James McGrewas before the Mayor yesterday to answer the charge of selling ardent spirits on Vankalt Island, without having first obtained a license so to do. Mr. McGee stated that he was not the proprietor of the bar, but merely the agent of Mr. Henry Smith, who had rented the Island and obtained a licence. The Mayor informed the accused that the agent, in an unlawful transaction of this sort, was equally responsible with the principal; and as the police officers prov a licence. The Mayor informed the accused that the agent, in an unlawful transaction of this sort, was equally responsible with the principal; and as the police officers proved that they had seen Mr. McGee receive pay for eighteen drinks, the party charged must answer to the Hustings Court for the offence; the fine in each case being $60. To enable the accused to establish his innocence, the examination was adjourned till Thursday next, and the accused admitted to bail in the sum of $2,560.