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Amends s. 71.
Penalty for breach.
S. 75 repealed.
4. Section 71 of said chapter 142 is hereby amended by inserting between the words "retail" and "on," in the second line, the words "in quantities not exceeding one imperial quart in any one act of vending to any one passenger."
5. Section 73 of said chapter 142 is hereby repealed, and the following is substituted therefor:
"SUNDAY CLOSING AND PROHIBITED HOURS.
"73. (1.) In all places where liquor is or may be sold by wholesale or retail within the limits of the Province, no sale or other disposal of liquor shall take place therein, or on the premises thereof or out of or from the same, to any person or persons whomsoever; and no person and no licensee holding any licence for the sale of liquor shall sell or give any liquor from or after ten of the clock on Saturday night until seven of the clock on the Monday morning thereafter, nor from or after eleven of the clock at night until seven of the clock in the morning on the other nights of the week, nor during the whole of the day, up to the closing of the poll, upon which polling takes place at any municipal or Provincial election, nor during any hours or other days during which by any Statute in force in the Province the same or the warehouse or the bar-room or the store-room thereof are to be kept closed; nor shall any liquor, whether sold or not, be permitted to be drunk in any of such places during the time prohibited by this Act or by any other Act of the Legislature for the sale of the same, except by the occupant or some member of his family.
"(2.) Violation of any of the provisions of this section shall be an offence for which the person violating shall be liable, on summary conviction,
"(a.) For the first offence, to a penalty of not more than one
hundred dollars, and, in default of payment forthwith
"(b.) For the second or any subsequent offence, to a penalty of
6. Section 75 of said chapter 142 is hereby repealed.
7. Section 76 of said chapter 142 is hereby repealed, and the following is substituted therefor:
"76. (1.) The provisions of this Part of this Act shall not prevent
"(a.) For medical purposes, upon prescriptions signed by a
tion shall be kept by the licensee until the time for his
ments relating to such renewal:
"(b.) The furnishing of liquor with meals, but not otherwise, Bona-fide traveller. in any hotel dining-room to any bona-fide traveller who arrives at the place in which the hotel is situate by any regular means of conveyance in the prosecution or upon the termination of a regular journey: Provided always that excursionists travelling for pleasure or by means of conveyance whatsoever shall not be deemed to be bona-fide travellers. R.S. 1911, c. 142, s. 76, subsec. (1).
(2.) Any chemist or druggist duly registered and entitled to Chemists and carry on business under and by virtue of any Act of the Legislature may keep, have, and vend liquor in the course of his business, but for strictly medical purposes only, and upon prescription from a registered medical practitioner and in accordance with the terms. of such prescriptions. R.S. 1911, c. 142, s. 60.
"(3.) Any medical practitioner or Justice of the Peace who colour Giving certificate colourably. ably for medical purposes gives a certificate or requisition without which liquor could not lawfully be obtained to enable or for the purpose of enabling any person to obtain liquor to drink as a beverage shall be guilty of an offence, and, on summary conviction thereof, be liable to a penalty of fifty dollars, and, in default of Penalty. payment forthwith after conviction, to a month's imprisonment.
"(4.) The provisions of this Part of this Act shall not apply to Bona-fide meals. the case of hotel and restaurant keepers supplying liquor to their
guests in dining-room with regular bona-fide meals. R.S. 1911,
c. 142, s. 76, subsec. (2)."
8. Section 77 of said chapter 142 and section 5 of chapter 20 of the Statutes of 1912 are hereby repealed, and the following is substituted therefor:
"77. (1.) No sale, gift, barter, or other disposal of liquor shall Sale prohibited. be made to, and no licensee holding any licence for the sale of liquor shall sell, barter, give, deliver, or furnish for any purpose or on any pretext whatsoever any liquor, or permit any liquor to be sold, bartered, given, delivered, or furnished for any purpose or on any pretext whatsoever, to
"(a.) Any person apparently under the influence of liquor:
reputation of being a drunkard, or is openly and notori-
"(c.) Any person who openly and notoriously wastes his money
Display of licence.
View into bar-room
"(d.) Any vagrant or any tramp:
"(e.) Any minor:
"(f.) Any chauffeur as defined in the Motor-traffic Regulation
"(g.) Any prostitute; or
"(h.) Any Indian.
"(2.) Any licensee contravening or being guilty of an offence against any of the provisions of this section shall be liable to the same penalty as is provided in subsection (2) of section 73 as enacted by this Act."
9. Part VI. of said chapter 142 and sections 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 of chapter 20 of the Statutes of 1912 are hereby repealed, and the following provisions are substituted therefor :
"80. All fees paid under this Act shall form part of the Consoli dated Revenue Fund:
"(a.) The Superintendent of Provincial Police and every Government Agent shall have power to collect and receipt for fees under this Act, and all such fees shall, by the collecting official, be transmitted to the Minister of Finance and Agriculture. R.S. 1911, c. 142, s. 80
"REGULATIONS, PROHIBITIONS, AND PENALTIES.
"(a.) Licensees and Licensed Premises.
"81. (1.) Every licence for the sale of liquor shall be prominently and publicly displayed in some part of the premises upon which liquor is sold under such licence. R.S. 1911, c. 142, s. 96.
"(2.) Not more than one bar shall be kept in any premises in respect whereof a licence to sell liquor by retail is granted. 1911, c. 142, s. 61.
"(3.) Full view of the interior of the bar-room in any licensed not to be obstructed. premises or of the room where liquor is usually sold in any wholesale premises shall not during prohibited hours be obstructed by means of screens, shades, blinds, or frosted, ground, or coloured windows. "(4.) No billiard, pool, or other tables shall be permitted in the bar-room of any licensed premises, and no liquor shall be sold or supplied in any room in any licensed premises set apart or used for such games.
"(5.) No musical instrument, dancing, or other form of entertainment shall be permitted in such bar-room.
"(6.) Any person contravening or committing any breach of any of the provisions of this section shall, on summary conviction, be
liable to a penalty of not more than one hundred dollars, and, in default of immediate payment, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three months.
ious and educational
Bottled liquors not
to be mixed in the
"82. No licence for the sale of liquor by retail shall be granted Protection of religin respect of any premises situated within a radius of three hundred institutions. feet, measured along any travelled road, street, or way, from any building occupied exclusively as a church, or as a high school, or as a public school, or university or college, or any public educational institution, the mode of measurement to be from the main entrance of any such buildings as aforesaid, following the centre line of any street, road, or highway and across the same at right angles, between the aforesaid premises and any of the above-described classes of buildings affected, or alleged to be affected, by the granting of the licence applied for: Provided that the erection of any religious or educational building or institution shall not work a cancellation of any licence theretofore in existence. R.S. 1911, c. 142, s. 39. "83. (1.) All bottled liquors brought upon any premises upon which the sale of liquor is carried on under any licence shall be kept while on the licensed premises in the bottles in which such liquors are delivered to such licensed premises, and in no case shall any other liquor or any substance or liquor be put into any such bottle, and no bottle, after being emptied of such bottled liquor, shall be refilled, either partially or wholly, unless the original label is removed and the bottle correctly relabelled as to the contents; and no person selling liquor under any licence shall use or permit Use of false label, to be used any sign or label upon any bottle, cask, or other vessel in which liquor is kept for sale upon the licensed premises which does not correctly and truly state the nature of the contents of such bottle, cask, or other vessel, or which is in any manner calculated to mislead a customer or guest as to the nature, description, or quality of such contents, or adulterate any liquor or permit any liquor to be adulterated. R.S. 1911, c. 142, s. 93.
bottles and bottles
not to be refilled by
"(2.) Any person contravening or committing any breach of any Contravention. of the provisions of this section shall be liable, on summary convic
tion, to a penalty of not more than one hundred dollars, and, in default of immediate payment, to imprisonment, with or without hard labour, for a term not exceeding six months.
enter into contracts
"S4. (1.) No holder of any licence for the sale of liquor by retail Licensees not to shall make or enter into, directly or indirectly, or be or become a restricting purchase party to, any contract, covenant, agreement, undertaking, stipulation, or bargain, written or verbal, which has the effect of imposing, or is intended or purports to impose, any restriction whatsoever upon such licence-holder as to the person from whom or the locality in which the liquor shall be purchased by or supplied for sale to such holder of a licence.
"(2.) Every covenant, contract, agreement, undertaking, stipula- Contracts restricttion, or bargain, written or verbal, hereafter entered into by the void.
ing purchase to be
Regulation of premises.
Intoxicated persons may be refused admittance or expelled.
holder of any licence for the sale of liquor by retail, or by any other person acting for or on his behalf with any brewer, distiller, manufacturer, or wholesale merchant, which has the effect of imposing, or is intended or purports to impose, upon any such licence-holder any restriction whatsoever as to the person from whom or the locality in which liquor shall be purchased or supplied for sale, shall be absolutely void and of no effect to all intents and purposes whatsoever. R.S. 1911, c. 142, s. 95.
"85. (1.) No licensee holding a licence for the sale of liquor by retail shall—
"(a.) Suffer or allow any woman to purchase or to be served with liquor in the bar-room of the premises in respect
of which such licence is held:
"(b.) Suffer, permit, or allow the playing of any gambling game or game of chance, or the shaking of dice, or suffer, permit, or allow any of the games known as draw-poker, studpoker, black-jack, faro or roulette, or any other game or device of chance to be played for money, or for cheques, or for devices which represent money, in or on any part of the hotel or premises in connection therewith for which such licensee holds a licence to sell liquor by retail as aforesaid:
"(c.) Have or keep or operate, or permit to be brought upon, kept, or operated, in or upon the licensed premises any nickel-in-the-slot machine or machine of similar nature, or any machine or device for gaming, or for operating or playing with for money, tokens, or prizes, or results of any nature or kind whatsoever. R.S. 1911, c. 142, s. 65. "(2.) Any person contravening or committing a breach of any of the provisions of this section shall, on summary conviction, be liable to a penalty of not more than one hundred dollars, and, in default of immediate payment, to imprisonment, with or without hard labour, for a term not exceeding six months.
"86. (1.) No licensee shall sell liquor by wholesale or retail to any person whom he knows, or whom he has reason to believe, to be engaged in selling liquor without a licence or engaged in supplying Indians with liquor. R.S. 1911, c. 142, s. 60.
"(2.) Any person contravening this section shall, on summary conviction, be liable to a penalty not exceeding one hundred dollars, and, in default of immediate payment, to imprisonment, with or without hard labour, for a term not exceeding six months.
"87. Any licensee may refuse to admit to the premises in respect of which his licence is granted any person who is intoxicated, and may refuse to admit to and may turn out of the premises any person who is violent or quarrelsome or disorderly, and any person whose presence on his premises would subject the licensee to a penalty under this Act; and any such person who, upon being requested in