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LIQUOR LICENCE ACT 1974

  • (a)

    fails to examine photographic identification before granting access to the licensed premises contrary to section 17A(2);

  • (b)

    allows a minor to gain entry to or be in a licensed premises at a time when intoxicating liquor is on sale at those licensed premises,

he commits an offence.

(2A) If the holder of a Licence (A), a Restricted Licence (A), a Hotel Licence, a Restaurant Licence, a Propriety Club Licence, a Member’s Club Licence, a Tour Boat Licence or an Occasional Licence, his servant or agent fails to examine the photographic identification of a person who appears to be a minor contrary to section 17A(1), he commits an offence.

(3) If the holder of a Restaurant Licence, his servant or agent fails to examine the photographic identification of a person who appears to be a minor before granting access to the licensed premises contrary to 17A(3), he commits an offence.

  • (4)

    Any person who—

    • (a)

      fails to leave a licensed premises on being asked by a licensed person, his servant or agent to leave contrary to section 17A(5); or

    • (b)

      produces any photographic identification that has been altered or is false,

commits an offence and is liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding $500.

  • (5)

    It shall be a defence for a person charged with an offence under subsection (1)

    • (f)

      , (2), (2A) or (3) to prove that he believed, and had reasonable grounds to believe that the

minor was eighteen years of age or older.

(6) A person found guilty of an offence under subsection (1)(f), (2), (2A) or (3) shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding ten thousand dollars.

[Section 40 amended by 1998:9 effective 15 May 1998; subsection (4) repealed and replaced by 2010 : 29 s. 5 effective 1 June 2010; subsections (1), (5) and (6) amended, subsections (2) - (4) repealed and replaced and subsection (2A) inserted by 2014 : 9 s. 3 and 5 effective 1 October 2014]

Restrictions on consumption of intoxicating liquor in or near premises operated under a Licence (A)

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Where, having purchased intoxicating liquor from the holder of a Licence (A) or his

servant or agent, a person consumes the liquor—

  • (a)

    in the licensed premises; or

  • (b)

    in premises which adjoin or are near the licensed premises and which belong to the holder of the licence or under his control or used with his permission,

then, that person and the holder of the licence, if the consumption is with the knowledge and consent of the holder of the licence or of his servant or agent, commits an offence:

Punishment on summary conviction: a fine of $300.

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