Liquor License Bonds
Liquor License Bonds, 1855-1857; 1 bond for 1877 and 1886.
Description: The petitioner is bonded in accordance with local laws that control the sale and distribution of liquor. A liquor license bond is a contract where the maker binds himself for a certain sum of money which he is obligated to pay if he does not faithfully observe and comply with the laws of the Commonwealth in the business of vending vinuous, spirituous, malt, and brewed liquors.
Content: This record series lists the name of the person(s) applying for the liquor bond, the township or borough, the date, amount of bond and their signatures.