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Liquor Control and Licensing Act

Liquor Control and Licensing Regulation

B.C. Reg. 241/2016

NOTE: Links below go to reg content as it was prior to the changes made on the effective date. (PIT covers changes made from September 19, 2009 to present)
SECTIONEFFECTIVE DATE
Section 1 December 7, 2016
Section 2 December 7, 2016
Section 3 December 7, 2016
Section 4 April 7, 2017
September 18, 2017
December 12, 2017
Section 11 December 7, 2016
Section 15 December 12, 2017
Section 26 December 7, 2016
Section 36 December 7, 2016
Section 37 December 12, 2017
Section 38 December 12, 2017
Section 40 December 7, 2016
Section 54 July 8, 2019
Section 63 July 27, 2018
July 8, 2019
Section 64 December 7, 2016
Section 65 July 8, 2019
Section 65.1 July 8, 2019
Section 66 July 8, 2019
Section 68 July 8, 2019
Section 74 April 7, 2017
Section 75 December 12, 2017
Section 80 December 7, 2016
Section 92 December 10, 2018
Section 92.1 December 10, 2018
Section 113 December 7, 2016
December 12, 2017
Section 114 April 7, 2017
Section 116 April 7, 2017
Section 117.1 April 7, 2017
Section 122 April 7, 2017
Section 127 September 18, 2017
Section 146 September 18, 2017
Section 163 December 7, 2016
Section 171 December 12, 2017
Section 180 December 7, 2016
Section 182 December 7, 2016
Section 184 December 7, 2016
Section 192 December 12, 2017
Section 194 December 7, 2016
Part 8 December 7, 2016
Section 212 January 23, 2018
Section 225 July 16, 2018
Schedule 1 December 12, 2017
Schedule 2 April 7, 2017
June 5, 2019

 Section 1 definition of "club" BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 291/2015, effective December 7, 2016.

"club" means a society as defined in section 1 of the Societies Act that has at least 50 members who pay an annual membership fee;

 Section 2 definition of "person" was added by BC Reg 291/2015, effective December 7, 2016.

 Section 3 BEFORE re-enacted by BC Reg 291/2015, effective December 7, 2016.

Compliance history

3   For the purposes of the Act, "compliance history" is defined in section 149.

 Section 4 (2) (c) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 137/2017, effective April 7, 2017.

(c) a ship to which the public does not have access that is equipped with permanent sleeping accommodations, cooking facilities and a toilet.

 Section 4 (a) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 172/2017, September 18, 2017.

(a) a part of a building during the period when the public does not have access to the part of the building, but does not include a residence or the part of a building that may be rented by the public;

 Section 4 (b) (iii) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 172/2017, September 18, 2017.

(iii) a tent;

 Section 4 (2) (a) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 231/2017, effective December 12, 2017.

(a) a part of a building during the period when the public does not have access to the part of the building, but does not include a residence or the part of a building that may be rented by the public,

 Section 11 (1) and (2) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 291/2015, effective December 7, 2016.

(1) Only clubs are eligible to hold a liquor primary club licence.

(2) Subject to the approval of the general manager, in addition to the activities authorized by section 9, a liquor primary club licence authorizes

(a) the licensee to sell to a member of the club liquor in unopened containers in the service area for the purpose of it being removed from the service area, and

(b) a member who has purchased the liquor to remove the liquor, whether it is in an opened or unopened container, from the service area and to possess the liquor while taking it to another service area in the club.

 Section 11 (4) (a) and (c) (part) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 291/2015, effective December 7, 2016.

(a) the sale of liquor under the licence is restricted to members of the club and their registered guests;

(c) the club must keep a guest register that contains the following information:

 Section 15 (2) and (3) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 231/2017, effective December 12, 2017.

(2) No new off-premises sales endorsements may be issued unless

(a) the establishment in respect of which the endorsement is sought is at least 30 km from each of the following:

(i) a liquor store;

(ii) a licensee retail store;

(iii) an establishment under a licence endorsed with an off-premises sales endorsement, or

(b) the applicant holds a brewery licence and the establishment under the applicant's liquor primary licence is adjacent to the manufacturing facilities of the establishment under the brewery licence.

(3) A liquor primary licence endorsed with an off-premises sales endorsement that was issued under subsection (2) (a) may not be relocated with that endorsement unless the proposed establishment is at least 30 km from each of the following:

(a) a liquor store;

(b) a licensee retail store;

(c) an establishment under the licence endorsed with an off-premises sales endorsement.

 Section 15 (4) (c) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 231/2017, effective December 12, 2017.

(c) despite paragraph (b) of this subsection, in the case of an endorsement referred to in subsection (2) (b), only beer manufactured under the brewery licence may be sold for off-premises consumption;

 Section 15 (0.1) and (3.1) were added by BC Reg 231/2017, effective December 12, 2017.

 Section 26 (c) (part) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 291/2015, effective December 7, 2016.

(c) the licensee must not host, promote, or invite people to, an event catered by the licensee unless

 Section 36 (a) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 291/2015, effective December 7, 2016.

(a) possess liquor, in an open container, they have purchased or received as a sample in a service area in the establishment, and

 Section 37 BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 231/2017, effective December 12, 2017.

Guided tours

37   (1) This section applies when a licensed manufacturer conducts a guided tour of the establishment.

(2) Patrons while on a guided tour may, during the hours of 9 a.m. to 11 p.m.,

(a) possess liquor, in an open container, they have purchased or received as a sample from a service area in the establishment, and

(b) consume the liquor in the establishment.

 Section 38 (2) (b) (ii) BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 231/2017, effective December 12, 2017.

(ii) a guided tour referred to in section 37 of the establishment under the manufacturer licence;

 Section 40 (a) (part) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 291/2015, effective December 7, 2016.

(a) the agent must keep, in a form approved by the general manager, a record of the following for a period of at least 6 years from the creation of the records:

 Section 54 (3) (a) (i) and (ii) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 155/2019, effective July 8, 2019.

(i) to sell BC wine in unopened containers in the service area under the licence to patrons, and

(ii) to sell or serve samples of BC wine in the service area under the licence to patrons, and

 Section 63 (3) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 168/2018, effective July 27, 2018.

(3) For the purposes of section 19 (2) (b) and (c) of the Act, a converted wine store licence that at the time the licence was converted authorized the sale of only BC VQA wine, as defined in section 1 of the Wines of Marked Quality Regulation, B.C. Reg. 79/2005, is a prescribed class of licence and remains a prescribed class of licence even if the type of wine authorized to be sold under the converted wine store licence changes.

 Section 63 (2) (a) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 155/2019, effective July 8, 2019.

(a) the exemption is only with respect to any non-compliance with the requirements set out in section 14.1 (12) of the former regulation that existed when that section came into force;

 Section 64 (1) (a) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 291/2015, effective December 7, 2016.

(a) subject to limitation by the general manager, hours of service must start no earlier than 9 a.m. and end no later than 11 p.m.;

 Section 65 (2) (part) and (3) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 155/2019, effective July 8, 2019.

(2) The proposed wine store under subsection (1) must be physically separated from the rest of the grocery store in a manner satisfactory to the general manager unless the licensee applying to amend the winery licence

(3) A wine store licence that permits the licensee to sell all types of wine, other than wine for sacramental purposes, may be amended to relocate the wine store from the location named on the licence to a new location that is in a grocery store if the proposed wine store will be physically separated from the rest of the grocery store in a manner satisfactory to the general manager.

 Section 65 (4) was added by BC Reg 155/2019, effective July 8, 2019.

 Section 65.1 was enacted by BC Reg 155/2019, effective July 8, 2019.

 Section 66 (1) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 155/2019, effective July 8, 2019.

(1) A licensee who holds a wine store licence that permits the licensee to sell all types of wine, other than wine for sacramental purposes, may, until 4:30 p.m. on March 31, 2025, apply to the general manager for conversion of the wine store licence to a licensee retail store licence.

 Section 66 (1.1) was added by BC Reg 155/2019, effective July 8, 2019.

 Section 68 (a) BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 155/2019, effective July 8, 2019.

(a) only BC wine may be sold in the special wine store;

 Section 74 (1) BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 137/2017, effective April 7, 2017.

(1) In this section, "vessel" means a vessel as defined in section 2 of the Canada Shipping Act, 2001.

 Section 75 BEFORE renumbered and (2) was added by BC Reg 231/2017, effective December 12, 2017.

Right to refuse reapplications

75   For the purposes of sections 14 (2) and 16 (2) of the Act, the general manager may refuse to accept an application for a licence or an endorsement or an application to amend a licence or the terms and conditions of a licence if

(a) the applicant submitted a previous application for the same licence, endorsement or amendment in respect of the same establishment,

(b) the general manager refused to issue the licence, add the endorsement or amend the licence or terms and conditions,

(c) in respect of a refusal based on a recommendation of a local government or first nation under section 38 of the Act or on the basis of a decision by the general manager under section 39 of the Act, less than 2 years has passed since the refusal, and

(d) in respect of a refusal based on other reasons, the general manager is satisfied that the reasons on which the general manager based the refusal are not addressed by

(i) changes to the Act, this regulation or terms and conditions, or

(ii) changes in the new application.

 Section 80 (2) (e) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 291/2015, effective December 7, 2016.

(e) sales records respecting other merchandise or services provided by the licensee that are incidental to the business of the establishment;

 Section 92 BEFORE re-enacted by BC Reg 271/2018, effective December 10, 2018.

Dormant licences

92   (1) The prescribed period for the purposes of section 49 (5) of the Act is 2 years.

(2) The prescribed circumstances for the purposes of section 49 (5) of the Act are that the licensee has satisfied the general manager that

(a) the establishment ceased operations during the period prescribed under subsection (1) because the establishment was substantially damaged by fire, flood or other event beyond the licensee's control,

(b) the establishment required extensive renovations as a result of the event, those renovations were started within the prescribed period and work on the renovations continues to the end of the prescribed period, and

(c) after the prescribed period, work on the renovations is continuous to the restart of operations in the establishment.

 Section 92.1 was enacted by BC Reg 271/2018, effective December 10, 2018.

 Section 113 (1) (part) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 291/2015, effective December 7, 2016.

(1) A special event permit must not be issued for a private special event described paragraph (a) [tastings] or paragraph (b) [social] of the definition of "private special event" in section 111 unless the following conditions are met:

 Section 113 (3) (b) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 291/2015, effective December 7, 2016.

(b) attendance at the event will be limited to the applicant and the applicant's staff or members of the non-profit organization, to invited guests or to persons who been given tickets before the event;

 Section 113 (1) (a) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 231/2017, effective December 12, 2017.

(a) the applicant is a corporation, partnership or sole proprietorship or a representative of a unincorporated organization;

 Section 114 (2) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 137/2017, effective April 7, 2017.

(2) If the price that a permittee intends to charge for a drink containing liquor that will be sold under the permit exceeds the price for that drink set out on the general manager's cost recovery list, the general manager must not issue the permit unless the general manager is satisfied that the purpose of the event is to raise funds for a charitable purpose and

(a) the permittee is a non-profit corporation or a representative of a non-profit organization who will use the profit made at the special event for charitable purposes, or

(b) the permittee will donate the profit to a non-profit corporation or non-profit organization whose primary function is to carry out charitable purposes.

 Section 116 (h) BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 137/2017, effective April 7, 2017.

(h) if the prices that will be charged for drinks containing liquor exceed the general manager's cost recovery price list, the name of the non-profit corporation or non-profit organization that will receive the profit made at the special event and description of the corporation's or organization's charitable purposes.

 Section 117.1 was enacted by BC Reg 137/2017, effective April 7, 2017.

 Section 122 (1) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 137/2017, effective April 7, 2017.

(1) This section applies when a permittee who holds a special event permit sells one or more drinks containing liquor for a price that exceeds the price set out on the general manager's cost recovery list.

 Section 122 (2) (b) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 137/2017, effective April 7, 2017.

(b) sets out the name of the non-profit corporation or non-profit organization who will receive the profit made at the special event and description of the corporation's or organization's charitable purposes.

 Section 127 BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 172/2017, effective September 18, 2017.

Frequent auctions prohibited

127   The general manager may not issue a charitable auction permit to a non-profit corporation or a representative of a non-profit organization to sell liquor by auction on a date that is less than 31 days after the latest date on which the non-profit corporation or any representative of the non-profit organization sold liquor by auction.

 Section 146 definition of "former Act" BEFORE amended by BC Reg 172/2017, effective September 18, 2017.

"former Act" means the Liquor Control and Licensing Act, R.S.B.C, 1996. c. 267 and it predecessors;

 Section 163 (1) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 291/2015, effective December 7, 2016.

(1) Subject to subsection (2), a minor may be employed in the establishment under a liquor primary licence during the period that minors are allowed to enter and be in the service area for any employment purpose other than the selling or serving of liquor.

 Section 171 (2) (a) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 231/2017, effective December 12, 2017.

(a) that liquor that may be sold under the person's licence, other than an agent's licence, or, if the advertisement is in respect of a liquor store, that liquor may be sold in the liquor store;

 Section 180 (1) definition of "off-site applicant", subparagraph (a) (i) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 291/2015, effective December 7, 2016.

(i) is applying for or holds a liquor primary, food primary, caterer or special wine store licence in which the proposed or existing establishment is an off-site establishment, or

 Section 182 (1) (b) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 291/2015, effective December 7, 2016.

(b) persons exempted from section 19 (5) and 62 (1) of the Act by section 178 of this regulation;

 Section 184 (4) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 291/2015, effective December 7, 2016.

(4) The certificate of completion given to a person under subsection (3) expires 5 years after the person successfully completes the program and the certificate must show the expiry date.

 Section 192 (4) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 231/2017, effective December 12, 2017.

(4) A person who sells ethyl alcohol to a person who holds an ethyl alcohol purchase permit may not sell to the permittee a quantity of ethyl alcohol that exceeds the quantity authorized by the permit.

 Section 194 (2) (part) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 291/2015, effective December 7, 2016.

(2) An owner of or person who works for a delivery service may do the following subject to the conditions set out in subsection (3):

 Part 8 was enacted by BC Reg 291/2016, effective December 7, 2016.

 Section 212 BEFORE self-repealed by BC Reg 241/2016, effective January 23, 2018.

Fees for food primary licences

212   (1) The fees for the first year of the food primary licence that is applied for under an application converted under section 211 may be paid, despite section 202, after the application is submitted, but must be paid before the licence is issued.

(2) This section is repealed on January 23, 2018.

[en. B.C. Reg. 291/2016, Sch. 1, s. 16.]

 Section 225 BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 155/2018, effective July 16, 2018.

Authorized vendor

225   (1) Paragraph (c) of the definition of "authorized vendor" as enacted by section 101 (c) of the Act must be read as including a person to whom a special event permit is issued.

(2) This section is repealed on January 23, 2020.

[en. B.C. Reg. 291/2016, Sch. 1, s. 16.]

 Schedule 1, item 14 BEFORE amended by BC Reg 231/2017, effective December 12, 2017.

14Manufacturer with manufacturer on-site store endorsement, special event area endorsement or lounge endorsementfor brewery or distillery, fee in item 11, or,
for winery, fee in item 12, plus: for
manufacturer on-site store endorsement or
special event area endorsement: 110
for lounge endorsement: 330

 Schedule 2, item 2 BEFORE amended by BC Reg 137/2017, effective April 7, 2017.

2Contravention of section 26 (1) (a) or (b) of this regulation [preparation and service of food is not the primary purpose of the business of caterer or caterer not having equipment or personnel necessary to prepare and serve food]10-1520-3030-60$7 500 - $10 000

 Schedule 2 BEFORE re-enacted by BC Reg 106/2019, effective June 5, 2019.

Schedule 2
Monetary Penalties and Licence Suspensions

[am. B.C. Reg. 137/2017, s. 7.]

Definitions

1   In this Schedule:

"licensee" includes a former licensee and a deemed licensee referred to in section 52 of the Act;

"permittee" includes a former permittee referred to in section 53 of the Act.

Contravention

2   (1) A contravention in respect of a licensee refers to a licensee's contravention of the Act or this regulation or a licensee's failure to comply with a term or condition imposed by the general manager, that is set out under the heading "Contravention" in the table to this Schedule.

(2) A contravention in respect of a permittee refers to a permittee's contravention of the Act or this regulation or a permittee's failure to comply with a term or condition imposed by the general manager, that is set out under the heading "Contravention" in the table to this Schedule.

Type of contravention

3   A contravention is of the same type as another contravention if each contravention falls within the same item in the table to this Schedule.

First, second and subsequent contraventions

4   (1) A contravention is a first contravention in respect of a licensee if

(a) the contravention was committed at or in respect of an establishment or event site under an authorization held by the licensee, and

(b) the licensee has not committed a contravention of the same type at or in respect of that establishment or any event site within the 12-month period preceding the commission of the contravention.

(2) A contravention is a second contravention in respect of a licensee if

(a) the contravention was committed at or in respect of an establishment or an event site under an authorization held by the licensee, and

(b) the licensee has committed one contravention of the same type at or in respect of that establishment or any event site within the 12-month period preceding the commission of the contravention.

(3) A contravention is a subsequent contravention in respect of a licensee if

(a) the contravention was committed at or in respect of an establishment or an event site under an authorization held by the licensee, and

(b) the licensee has committed a second contravention of the same type at or in respect of that establishment or any event site within the 12-month period preceding the commission of the contravention.

(4) If the general manager is satisfied that imposing the period of suspension for a second contravention or subsequent contravention set out in the table to this Schedule would create undue hardship on a licensee, the general manager may impose a period of suspension that falls within the range of suspension for a first contravention.

Table

ItemContraventionPeriod of Suspension (Days)Monetary
Penalty
First
Contravention
Second
Contravention
Subsequent
Contraventions
Operating Outside of Licence Purpose
1Contravention of section 18 (1) (a) of this regulation [service of food in the service area under a food primary licence not the primary purpose of the business]10–1520–3030–60$7 500–$10 000
2Contravention of section 26 (a) or (b) of this regulation [preparation and service of food is not the primary purpose of the business of caterer or caterer not having equipment or personnel necessary to prepare and serve food]10–1520–3030–60$7 500–$10 000
Minors
3Contravention of section 77 of the Act [supplying liquor to minors]10–1520–3030–60$7 500–$10 000
4Contravention of section 79 of the Act [minors in establishment or liquor store]4–710–1418–20$5 000–$7 500
Allowing Disorderly or Unlawful Conduct
5Contravention of section 61 (2) (b) (iii) of the Act [allowing violent, quarrelsome, riotous or disorderly conduct]10–1520–3030–60$7 500–$10 000
6Contravention of section 61 (2) (b) (iv) of the Act [allowing unlawful activities or conduct]10–1520–3030–60$7 500–$10 000
Intoxicated Patrons
7Contravention of section 61 (2) (a) of the Act [selling or serving liquor to an intoxicated person]4–710–1418–20$5 000–$7 000
8Contravention of section 61 (2) (b) (i) of the Act [allowing a person to become intoxicated]4–710–1418–20$5 000–$7 000
9Contravention of section 61 (2) (b) (ii) of the Act [allowing an intoxicated person to enter or remain in a service area]4–710–1418–20$5 000–$7 000
Weapons
10Contravention of section 61 (2) (b) (v) of the Act [allowing a person who has a knife or weapon to enter an establishment or event site]4–710–1418–20$5 000–$7 000
Disturbance of Persons
11Failure to comply with term or condition that requires licensee or permittee to take reasonable measures to ensure that the operation of the establishment or event site does not disturb persons in the vicinity10–1520–3030–60$7 500–$10 000
Overcrowding
12Contravention of section 78 (1) (a) or (2) (a) of this regulation [person or patron capacity in service area exceeded, but occupant load not exceeded]1–33–66–9$1 000–$3 000
13Contravention of section 78 (1) or (2) of this regulation [person or patron capacity and occupant load in service area exceeded]4–710–1418–20$5 000–$7 000
14Contravention of section 97 (e) or (f) of this regulation [exceeding maximum attendance or occupant load at catered event]4–710–1418–20$5 000–$7 000
15Contravention of section 101 (b) or (c) of this regulation [exceeding maximum attendance or occupant load at event site under a temporary use area authorization]4–710–1418–20$5 000–$7 000
16Contravention of section 117 (j) or (k) of this regulation [exceeding maximum attendance or occupant load in service area at special event]4–710–1418–20$5 000–$7 000
Unlawful Sale and Purchase of Liquor
17Contravention of section 8 (2) (a) of the Act [unlawful sale of liquor]10–1520–3030–60$7 500–$10 000
18Contravention of section 8 (2) (e) of the Act [unlawful purchase of liquor]10–1520–3030–60$7 500–$10 000
19Contravention of section 8 (3) of the Act [selling or serving unauthorized liquor]10–1520–3030–60$7 500–$10 000
20Contravention of section 140 of this regulation [selling or serving liquor purchased under another licence or permit]10–1520–3030–60$7 500–$10 000
Liquor Service
21Contravention of section 60 (1) of the Act [failure to complete training or recertification]1–33–66–9$1 000–$3 000
22Contravention of section 89 (a) of this regulation [failure to clear patrons within 1/2 hour after liquor service has ended]1–33–66–9$1 000–$3 000
23Contravention of
(a) section 26 (i) of this regulation [unused liquor at residential event not returned to the caterer's establishment], or
(b) section 90 (1) of this regulation [failing to take liquor from patrons within 1/2 hour after liquor service has ended]
4–710–1418–20$5 000–$7 000
24Contravention of section 91 (1) of this regulation [allowing a person to consume liquor beyond 1/2 hour after liquor service has ended]4–710–1418–20$5 000–$7 000
25Contravention of section 142 (1) or (3) of this regulation [employees or staff consuming liquor while working]1–33–66–9$1 000–$3 000
26Contravention of section 141 (2) of this regulation [permitting liquor not sold or served by licensee or permittee to be consumed]4–710–1418–20$5 000–$7 000
27Contravention of section 141 (4) of this regulation [allowing liquor to be taken from the service area]1–33–66–9$1 000–$3 000
28Contravention of
(a) section 82 (1) of this regulation [licensee providing unlimited or unspecified quantities of liquor for a single price or using a sales strategy that is likely to promote or encourage intoxication], or
(b) section 118 of this regulation [permittee providing unlimited or unspecified quantities of liquor for a single price or using a sales strategy that is likely to promote or encourage intoxication]
4–710–1418–20$5 000–$7 000
Production of Records
29Contravention of section 43 (a) (iii) of the Act [failure to produce records, liquor or other things]10–1520–3030–60$7 500–$10 000
Advertising
30Contravention of section 64 of the Act [advertising liquor]1–33–66–9$1 000–$3 000
Entertainment
31Failure to comply with term or condition dealing with adult entertainment4–710–1418–20$5 000–$7 000
32Failure to comply with term or condition dealing with entertainment other than adult entertainment1–33–66–9$1 000–$3 000
Miscellaneous Contraventions
33Contravention of section 57 (1) (c) of the Act [providing false or misleading information]10–1520–3030–60$7 500–$10 000
34Contravention of section 8 (2) (a) of the Act [selling or serving liquor at a catered event without a catering authorization]4–710–1418–20$5 000–$7 000
35Contravention of section 8 (2) (a) of the Act [manufacturer selling or serving liquor at a market without a market authorization]4–710–1418–20$5 000–$7 000
36Contravention of section 8 (2) (a) of the Act [selling liquor at a food or beverage festival without a temporary off-site sale authorization]4–710–1418–20$5 000–$7 000
37Contravention of section 8 (2) (a) of the Act [selling or serving liquor without a temporary use area authorization]4–710–1418–20$5 000–$7 000
38Contravention of section 79 (1) (a) or (2) of this regulation [making structural alteration or changing size or location of service area without amending licence]1–33–66–9$1 000–$3 000
39Failure to comply with term or condition requiring compliance with an agreement under section 5 of the Liquor Distribution Actup to $25 000
40Contravention of section 80 (4) of this regulation [failing to keep a register of liquor purchases]1–33–66–9$1 000–$3 000
41Contravention of section 144 (1) or (3) of this regulation [unlawful dilution or adulteration of liquor or refilling bottles]4–710–1418–20$5 000–$7 000
Tied Houses and Inducements
42Contravention of section 62 (1) or (2) of the Act [tied houses and inducements]10–1520–3030–60$7 500–$10 000
43Failure to comply with term or condition to report to general manager information respecting tied house arrangements10–1520–3030–60$7 500–$10 000
U-Brew/U-Vin
44Contravention of section 44 of this regulation [failing to ensure that the customer performs the listed tasks]4–710–1418–20$5 000–$7 000
45Contravention of any of the following sections of this regulation:
(a) 43 [payment, acknowledgment and invoice requirements];
(b) 45 [unauthorized consumption];
(c) 46 (1) [storage requirements];
(d) 46 (2) [licensee removing customer's product];
(e) 47 [removal of finished product required];
(f) 48 [labelling, removal and use];
(g) 50 [underage customers];
(h) 51 [record keeping and reporting requirements];
(i) 172 [advertisements]
1–33–66–9$1 000–$3 000
46Contravention of section 49 of this regulation [failing to ensure that beer or wine is not sold at a U-Brew or U-Vin]10–1520–3030–60$7 500–$10 000
Default in Monetary Penalties
47Contravention of section 51 (10) or 53.1 (12) of the Act [failure to pay monetary penalty within required time]10–1520–3030–60
Suspension, Cancellation and Obstruction
48Contravention of section 8 (2) (a) of the Act [selling or serving liquor while licence is suspended] or failure to comply with a term or condition prohibiting consumption while licence is suspended15–9015–9015–90
49Contravention of section 8 (2) (a) of the Act [selling liquor at an event catered by the licensee while the licence is under suspension, the catering endorsement is under suspension or the catering authorization is under suspension or cancelled]15–9015–9015–90
50Contravention of section 8 (2) (a) of the Act [licensed manufacturer selling or serving liquor at an event while the licence is under suspension, the manufacturer on-site store endorsement is under suspension or the market authorization is under suspension or cancelled]15–9015–9015–90
51Contravention of section 8 (2) (a) of the Act [selling liquor at a food or beverage festival while the licensee retail store, wine store or special wine store licence is under suspension, the temporary off-site sale endorsement is under suspension or the temporary off-site sale authorization is under suspension or cancelled]15–9015–9015–90
52Contravention of section 44 (6) of the Act [obstructing peace officer or refusing to allow peace officer entry]15–9015–9015–90
53Contravention of
(a) section 43 (a) (i) and (ii) of the Act [not allowing general manager entry or not facilitating inspection], or
(b) section 43 (b) of the Act [obstructing general manager]
15–9015–9015–90
General
54Contravention of any provision of the Act or this regulation or failure to comply with a term or condition not specifically referred to in this Schedule1–33–66–9$1 000–$3 000