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LIQUOR LICENCE ACT 1974

(2) No Licence (B) shall be granted or transferred unless the applicant satisfies the licensing authority that the premises in respect of which the application is made are such as to afford reasonable amenities and comforts, regard being paid, inter alia, to such matters as lighting and ventilation and reasonable provision for the seating of customers elsewhere than at the bar counter.

  • (3)

    No Hotel Licence shall be granted or transferred unless—

    • (a)

      the applicant produces to the licensing authority a licence or certificate of exemption granted in respect of the hotel under the Hotels (Licensing and Control) Act 1969 [title 17 item 2]; and

    • (b)

      the applicant satisfies the licensing authority that the hotel provides sleeping accommodation for not less than thirty guests.

  • (4)

    No Restaurant Licence shall be granted or transferred in respect of any

premises unless the licensing authority is satisfied—

    • (a)

      that the premises contain a room or rooms adequately furnished and equipped and of suitable size and structure for the purpose of habitually providing substantial meals within such room or rooms for at least twenty- four persons at one time; and

    • (b)

      that the premises are equipped with adequate kitchen accommodation and equipment, refrigeration, crockery, napery, cutlery, silver and glass for the purpose of habitually providing substantial meals for at least twenty-four persons at one time.

  • (5)

    No Night Club Licence shall be granted or transferred in respect of any premises

unless the licensing authority is satisfied—

  • (a)

    that the premises contain a room adequately furnished and equipped and of suitable size and structure for the purpose of providing music and dancing within such room for at least fifty persons at one time; and

  • (b)

    that music and dancing are to be provided each evening for at least four hours between 9.00 p.m. and 3.00 a.m.

[Section 18 amended by 1998 : 9 effective 15 May 1998]

Special conditions with respect to Club Licences

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(1) No Members’ Club Licence shall be granted unless the applicant satisfies the

licensing authority that—

  • (a)

    the club exists bona fide and with a membership of not less than twenty- five persons who have paid, within the twenty months preceding the application, an annual subscription of not less than five dollars; and

  • (b)

    the intoxicating liquor sold at the club is the joint property of the members of the club, or, in the case of an incorporated club, the property of the club; and

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