LIQUOR LICENCE ACT 1974
(1) In respect of the class of licence set out in column l of the Second Schedule the
applicant shall pay, on application therefor, the fee set out in column 2 of the Second
Provided that where a Licence (A) or Restaurant Licence is limited to the sale of beer and wine only, the applicant shall pay one-half of the fee therefor set out in the Second Schedule.
And provided further that where application is made for a Restaurant Licence in respect of any vessel, the applicant shall pay one-half of the fee therefor set out in the Second Schedule.
(2) In respect of an occasional licence the applicant shall pay, on application therefor, a fee of $60.
(3) In respect of a provisional licence, the applicant shall pay, on application therefor, a fee of $125 and for an extension of the construction period, a fee of $25 but no hearing fee under subsection (5).
(4) In respect of the grant of a sanitary certificate under subsection (1) of section 18, the applicant shall pay, on application therefor, such fee as may be prescribed under the Government Fees Act 1965 [title 15 item 18].
(5) In addition to any other fee payable under this section, but subject to subsection (3), there shall be payable in respect of every application for the grant or transfer of a licence (including a provisional licence) a hearing fee of $150 for each day or part of a day on which the application is heard by the licensing authority:
Provided that this subsection shall not apply in respect of an application for an occasional licence.
(6) If the licensing authority refuses to grant a licence to any person, or if the applicant withdraws his application for a licence, the Accountant General shall refund to such person any fee paid under subsection (1), (2) or (3).
[Subsections (2), (3) and (5) of section 27 amended as to fees by 1990:11 effective 1 April 1990, and subsections (2) and (5) amended by 1998:9 effective 15 May 1998]
PART III PERMITTED HOURS
Prohibition of sale etc. of intoxicating liquor outside permitted hours
(1) Except during the permitted hours, or as permitted by or under this Act, a
person shall not—
himself or by his servant or agent—
sell intoxicating liquor in licensed premises; or
permit the consumption of intoxicating liquor in licensed premises; or