LIQUORS Sample Clauses

LIQUORS. SIXTEENTH: Neither the Tenant nor any occupant of the premises or of any part thereof, shall at any time during the continuance of the term, sell, traffic in, expose for sale, dispense or give away, upon any part of the premises, any strong or spirituous liquor, wine, ale or beer, or take or have a license for such sale. FIRE AND FIRE INSURANCE
LIQUORS. Neither the Tenant nor any occupant of the premises or of any part thereof shall at any time during the continuance of the term, sell, traffic in, expose for sale, dispense or give away, upon any part of the premises, any strong or spirituous liquor, wine, ale or beer, or take or have a license for such sale. The provisions of this Article Sixteenth will not be deemed violated by a continuation of the Tenant's practice of affording hospitality to customers employing its printing services, including the service of alcoholic beverages; it being understood that there will be no dispensing in any way of alcoholic beverages to any employees of the Landlord or to any part of the public other than the customers of the Tenant's printing services.
LIQUORS. FIRE AND SEVENTEENTH : (a) If the premises shall be damaged by FIRE INSURANCE fire, the Tenant [ILLEGIBLE] thereof to the Landlord, and said damage shall be repaired by the Landlord, [ILLEGIBLE] expense, with all reasonable speed, making due allowance for paragraph SEVEN- delay due to labor [ILLEGIBLE] ment of loss and other causes TEENTH (a) beyond the control of the Landlord, and the Tenant [ILLEGIBLE] continued resonable way, faciliate the making of such repairs, and the [ILLEGIBLE] rent shall be [ILLEGIBLE] period as the premises shall have No. 2, been rendered wholly untenantable and in [ILLEGIBLE] premises attached hereto are rendered partially untenantable, the rent shall be abated and [ILLEGIBLE] during [ILLEGIBLE] proportion which the area of the premises part of lease. which is rendered untenantable bears [ILLEGIBLE] whole premises, but no damage to the premises or the building by fire, or other [ILLEGIBLE] extensive; shall terminate this lease, or give the Tenant the right to quit and [ILLEGIBLE] or impair any obligation of the Tenant, hereunder, except with respect to the [ILLEGIBLE] with respect thereto to the extent above provided) unless the same be so extensive [ILLEGIBLE] shall, within sixty (60) days, after the date when such fire occurs, elect to [ILLEGIBLE] the building, in which event (even though the premises shall be then tenantable and [ILLEGIBLE] Tenant) the Landlord may give to the Tenant thirty (30) days' notice of intention [ILLEGIBLE] lease, and upon the date designated in such notice, the term hereby granted shall [ILLEGIBLE] rent shall be apportioned as of the date of such fire or as of such later date as the [ILLEGIBLE] surrender possession.

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