P-9.1 - Act respecting liquor permits

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114. The board may, in plenary session, make regulations
(1)  establishing the conditions which an establishment must fulfil to be considered a grocery;
(1.1)  determining the conditions on and circumstances in which a grocery permit holder may offer free tasting in his establishment of the alcoholic beverages he is entitled to sell;
(2)  determining the other conditions relating to the issue and use of a club permit, a reunion permit, a “Man and his World” permit or an “Olympic Grounds” permit and the events for which a reunion permit may be issued;
(3)  determining the conditions relating to the use of a reunion permit issued to a person who uses a permit authorizing the sale of alcoholic beverages for consumption on the premises, depending on whether the meeting takes place inside or outside his establishment;
(3.1)  determining the form and content of permits and prescribing any form intended to facilitate the application of this Act and the regulations thereunder;
(4)  determining the amount of the costs and duties that are payable under this Act or standards permitting to establish such amount and prescribing the terms and conditions of payment;
(5)  (paragraph repealed);
(6)  prescribing, particularly in respect of the surface area, lighting and furnishings, standards of arrangement applicable to establishments and their rooms and terraces, and the standards of arrangement required to allow the presentation of shows, the projection of films, or dancing;
(6.1)  determining the amount of security according to the classes of permits or the reasons for which security is required;
(7)  prescribing the standards it must apply to fix the number of persons who may be admitted at one time to an establishment or to each room or on each terrace of the establishment;
(8)  (paragraph repealed);
(9)  determining, for the application of sections 66 to 68, the form and tenor of notices and of price lists;
(10)  prescribing the standards with which the devices contemplated in section 87.1 must comply;
(10.1)  prescribe the standards according to which the holder of a permit authorizing alcoholic beverages to be sold for consumption on the premises may keep the alcoholic beverages in a tubing system;
(11)  determining the form and tenor of the reports it may require from a permit holder under the second paragraph of section 110;
(12)  establishing standards, limits, restrictions, prohibitions and an approval procedure relating to promotion, advertising and educational programs in respect of alcoholic beverages applicable in whole or in part to persons or categories of persons determined by regulation;
(12.1)  controlling the giving of alcoholic beverages by the Société des alcools du Québec, by the holder of a permit issued under this Act or the Act respecting the Société des alcools du Québec (chapter S-13), by the agents or employees thereof or by any agent, broker or mandatary in Québec of a person who makes alcoholic beverages outside Québec;
(13)  prohibiting or governing the granting of an advantage calculated to encourage the sale of alcoholic beverages;
(13.1)  so as not to encourage the irresponsible consumption thereof, determining the minimum retail price of beer, which may vary according to the category of permit or apply only to certain of such categories;
(14)  determining, in the case of a permit used in a means of public transportation or in a trading post, which provisions of this Act, of the regulations and of the Act respecting offences relating to alcoholic beverages (chapter I-8.1) do not apply and, where that is the case, the rules then applicable;
(14.1)  (paragraph repealed);
(15)  (paragraph repealed);
(15.1)  determining the amount of the administrative monetary penalty for each failure to comply provided for in paragraphs 1 to 4 of section 85.1 on the basis of the types of alcoholic beverages and the quantities specified per container or otherwise;
(15.2)  determining when failure to comply with this Act, the Act respecting offences relating to alcoholic beverages and the regulations made under them may be subject to an administrative monetary penalty and determining the amount of such penalty on the basis of the types of alcoholic beverages and the quantities specified per container or otherwise; and
(16)  providing any other measure useful to the application of this Act.
1979, c. 71, s. 114; 1983, c. 28, s. 60; 1986, c. 95, s. 211; 1990, c. 67, s. 6; 1991, c. 31, s. 3; 1991, c. 51, s. 28; 1993, c. 39, s. 84, s. 95; 1993, c. 71, s. 52; 1997, c. 51, s. 52; 1999, c. 20, s. 3; 2002, c. 58, s. 17; 2016, c. 72016, c. 7, s. 80; 2018, c. 202018, c. 20, s. 56.
114. The board may, in plenary session, make regulations
(1)  establishing the conditions which an establishment must fulfil to be considered a grocery;
(1.1)  determining the conditions on and circumstances in which a grocery permit holder may offer free tasting in his establishment of the alcoholic beverages he is entitled to sell;
(2)  determining the other conditions relating to the issue and use of a club permit, a reunion permit, a “Man and his World” permit or an “Olympic Grounds” permit and the events for which a reunion permit may be issued;
(3)  determining the conditions relating to the use of a reunion permit issued to a person who uses a permit authorizing the sale of alcoholic beverages for consumption on the premises, depending on whether the meeting takes place inside or outside his establishment;
(3.1)  determining the form and content of permits and prescribing any form intended to facilitate the application of this Act and the regulations thereunder;
(4)  determining the amount of the costs and duties that are payable under this Act or standards permitting to establish such amount and prescribing the terms and conditions of payment;
(5)  (paragraph repealed);
(6)  prescribing, particularly in respect of the surface area, lighting and furnishings, standards of arrangement applicable to establishments and their rooms and terraces, and the standards of arrangement required to allow the presentation of shows, the projection of films, or dancing;
(6.1)  determining the amount of security according to the classes of permits or the reasons for which security is required;
(7)  prescribing the standards it must apply to fix the number of persons who may be admitted at one time to an establishment or to each room or on each terrace of the establishment;
(8)  (paragraph repealed);
(9)  determining, for the application of sections 66 to 68, the form and tenor of notices and of price lists;
(10)  prescribing the standards with which the devices contemplated in sections 63 and 87.1 and in the second paragraph of section 76 must comply;
(10.1)  prescribe the standards according to which the holder of a permit authorizing alcoholic beverages to be sold for consumption on the premises may keep the alcoholic beverages in a tubing system;
(11)  determining the form and tenor of the reports it may require from a permit holder under the second paragraph of section 110;
(12)  establishing standards, limits, restrictions, prohibitions and an approval procedure relating to promotion, advertizing and educational programs in respect of alcoholic beverages applicable in whole or in part to persons or categories of persons determined by regulation;
(12.1)  controlling the giving of alcoholic beverages by the Société des alcools du Québec, by the holder of a permit issued under this Act or the Act respecting the Société des alcools du Québec (chapter S-13), by the agents or employees thereof or by any agent, broker or mandatary in Québec of a person who makes alcoholic beverages outside Québec;
(13)  prohibiting or governing the granting of an advantage calculated to encourage the sale of alcoholic beverages;
(13.1)  so as not to encourage the irresponsible consumption thereof, determining the minimum retail price of beer, which may vary according to the category of permit or apply only to certain of such categories;
(14)  determining, in the case of a permit used in a means of public transportation or in a trading post, which provisions of this Act, of the regulations and of the Act respecting offences relating to alcoholic beverages (chapter I-8.1) do not apply and, where that is the case, the rules then applicable;
(14.1)  (paragraph repealed);
(15)  (paragraph repealed);
(15.1)  determining the amount of the administrative monetary penalty for each failure to comply provided for in paragraphs 1 to 4 of section 85.1 on the basis of the types of alcoholic beverages and the quantities specified per container or otherwise;
(15.2)  determining when failure to comply with this Act, the Act respecting offences relating to alcoholic beverages and the regulations made under them may be subject to an administrative monetary penalty and determining the amount of such penalty on the basis of the types of alcoholic beverages and the quantities specified per container or otherwise; and
(16)  providing any other measure useful to the application of this Act.
1979, c. 71, s. 114; 1983, c. 28, s. 60; 1986, c. 95, s. 211; 1990, c. 67, s. 6; 1991, c. 31, s. 3; 1991, c. 51, s. 28; 1993, c. 39, s. 84, s. 95; 1993, c. 71, s. 52; 1997, c. 51, s. 52; 1999, c. 20, s. 3; 2002, c. 58, s. 17; 2016, c. 72016, c. 7, s. 80.
114. The board may, in plenary session, make regulations
(1)  establishing the conditions which an establishment must fulfil to be considered a grocery;
(1.1)  determining the conditions on and circumstances in which a grocery permit holder may offer free tasting in his establishment of the alcoholic beverages he is entitled to sell;
(2)  determining the other conditions relating to the issue and use of a club permit, a reunion permit, a “Man and his World” permit or an “Olympic Grounds” permit and the events for which a reunion permit may be issued;
(3)  determining the conditions relating to the use of a reunion permit issued to a person who uses a permit authorizing the sale of alcoholic beverages for consumption on the premises, depending on whether the meeting takes place inside or outside his establishment;
(3.1)  determining the form and content of permits and prescribing any form intended to facilitate the application of this Act and the regulations thereunder;
(4)  determining the amount of the costs and duties that are payable under this Act or standards permitting to establish such amount and prescribing the terms and conditions of payment;
(5)  (paragraph repealed);
(6)  prescribing, particularly in respect of the surface area, lighting and furnishings, standards of arrangement applicable to establishments and their rooms and terraces, and the standards of arrangement required to allow the presentation of shows, the projection of films, or dancing;
(6.1)  determining the amount of security according to the classes of permits or the reasons for which security is required;
(7)  prescribing the standards it must apply to fix the number of persons who may be admitted at one time to an establishment or to a room or a terrace thereof;
(8)  (paragraph repealed);
(9)  determining, for the application of sections 66 to 68, the form and tenor of notices and of price lists;
(10)  prescribing the standards with which the devices contemplated in sections 63 and 87.1 and in the second paragraph of section 76 must comply;
(10.1)  prescribe the standards according to which the holder of a permit authorizing alcoholic beverages to be sold for consumption on the premises may keep the alcoholic beverages in a tubing system;
(11)  determining the form and tenor of the reports it may require from a permit holder under the second paragraph of section 110;
(12)  establishing standards, limits, restrictions, prohibitions and an approval procedure relating to promotion, advertizing and educational programs in respect of alcoholic beverages applicable in whole or in part to persons or categories of persons determined by regulation;
(12.1)  controlling the giving of alcoholic beverages by the Société des alcools du Québec, by the holder of a permit issued under this Act or the Act respecting the Société des alcools du Québec (chapter S-13), by the agents or employees thereof or by any agent, broker or mandatary in Québec of a person who makes alcoholic beverages outside Québec;
(13)  prohibiting or governing the granting of an advantage calculated to encourage the sale of alcoholic beverages;
(13.1)  so as not to encourage the irresponsible consumption thereof, determining the minimum retail price of beer, which may vary according to the category of permit or apply only to certain of such categories;
(14)  determining, in the case of a permit used in a means of public transportation or in a trading post, which provisions of this Act, of the regulations and of the Act respecting offences relating to alcoholic beverages (chapter I-8.1) do not apply and, where that is the case, the rules then applicable;
(14.1)  (paragraph repealed);
(15)  (paragraph repealed);
(16)  providing any other measure useful to the application of this Act.
1979, c. 71, s. 114; 1983, c. 28, s. 60; 1986, c. 95, s. 211; 1990, c. 67, s. 6; 1991, c. 31, s. 3; 1991, c. 51, s. 28; 1993, c. 39, s. 84, s. 95; 1993, c. 71, s. 52; 1997, c. 51, s. 52; 1999, c. 20, s. 3; 2002, c. 58, s. 17.
114. The board may, in plenary session, make regulations
(1)  establishing the conditions which an establishment must fulfil to be considered a grocery;
(1.1)  determining the conditions on and circumstances in which a grocery permit holder may offer free tasting in his establishment of the alcoholic beverages he is entitled to sell;
(2)  determining the other conditions relating to the issue and use of a club permit, a reunion permit, a “Man and his World” permit or an “Olympic Grounds” permit and the events for which a reunion permit may be issued;
(3)  determining the conditions relating to the use of a reunion permit issued to a person who uses a permit authorizing the sale of alcoholic beverages for consumption on the premises, depending on whether the meeting takes place inside or outside his establishment;
(3.1)  determining the form and content of permits and prescribing any form intended to facilitate the application of this Act and the regulations thereunder;
(4)  determining the amount of the costs and duties that are payable under this Act or standards permitting to establish such amount and prescribing the terms and conditions of payment;
(5)  (paragraph repealed);
(6)  prescribing, particularly in respect of the surface area, lighting and furnishings, standards of arrangement applicable to establishments and their rooms and terraces, and the standards of arrangement required to allow the presentation of shows, the projection of films, or dancing;
(6.1)  determining the amount of security according to the classes of permits or the reasons for which security is required;
(7)  prescribing the standards it must apply to fix the number of persons who may be admitted at one time to an establishment or to a room or a terrace thereof;
(8)  (paragraph repealed);
(9)  determining, for the application of sections 66 to 68, the form and tenor of notices and of price lists;
(10)  prescribing the standards with which the devices contemplated in sections 63 and 87.1 and in the second paragraph of section 76 must comply;
(11)  determining the form and tenor of the reports it may require from a permit holder under the second paragraph of section 110;
(12)  establishing standards, limits, restrictions, prohibitions and an approval procedure relating to promotion, advertizing and educational programs in respect of alcoholic beverages applicable in whole or in part to persons or categories of persons determined by regulation;
(12.1)  controlling the giving of alcoholic beverages by the Société des alcools du Québec, by the holder of a permit issued under this Act or the Act respecting the Société des alcools du Québec (chapter S-13), by the agents or employees thereof or by any agent, broker or mandatary in Québec of a person who makes alcoholic beverages outside Québec;
(13)  prohibiting or governing the granting of an advantage calculated to encourage the sale of alcoholic beverages;
(13.1)  so as not to encourage the irresponsible consumption thereof, determining the minimum retail price of beer, which may vary according to the category of permit or apply only to certain of such categories;
(14)  determining, in the case of a permit used in a means of public transportation or in a trading post, which provisions of this Act, of the regulations and of the Act respecting offences relating to alcoholic beverages (chapter I-8.1) do not apply and, where that is the case, the rules then applicable;
(14.1)  (paragraph repealed);
(15)  (paragraph repealed);
(16)  providing any other measure useful to the application of this Act.
1979, c. 71, s. 114; 1983, c. 28, s. 60; 1986, c. 95, s. 211; 1990, c. 67, s. 6; 1991, c. 31, s. 3; 1991, c. 51, s. 28; 1993, c. 39, s. 84, s. 95; 1993, c. 71, s. 52; 1997, c. 51, s. 52; 1999, c. 20, s. 3.
114. The board may, in plenary session, make regulations
(1)  establishing the conditions which an establishment must fulfil to be considered a grocery;
(1.1)  determining the conditions on and circumstances in which a grocery permit holder may offer free tasting in his establishment of the alcoholic beverages he is entitled to sell;
(2)  determining the other conditions relating to the issue and use of a club permit, a reunion permit, a “Man and his World” permit or an “Olympic Grounds” permit and the events for which a reunion permit may be issued;
(3)  determining the conditions relating to the use of a reunion permit issued to a person who uses a permit authorizing the sale of alcoholic beverages for consumption on the premises, depending on whether the meeting takes place inside or outside his establishment;
(3.1)  determining the form and content of permits and prescribing any form intended to facilitate the application of this Act and the regulations thereunder;
(4)  determining the amount of the costs and duties that are payable under this Act or standards permitting to establish such amount and prescribing the terms and conditions of payment;
(5)  (paragraph repealed);
(6)  prescribing, particularly in respect of the surface area, lighting and furnishings, standards of arrangement applicable to establishments and their rooms and terraces, and the standards of arrangement required to allow the presentation of shows, the projection of films, or dancing;
(6.1)  determining the amount of security according to the classes of permits or the reasons for which security is required;
(7)  prescribing the standards it must apply to fix the number of persons who may be admitted at one time to an establishment or to a room or a terrace thereof;
(8)  (paragraph repealed);
(9)  determining, for the application of sections 66 to 68, the form and tenor of notices and of price lists;
(10)  prescribing the standards with which the devices contemplated in sections 63 and 87.1 and in the second paragraph of section 76 must comply;
(11)  determining the form and tenor of the reports it may require from a permit holder under the second paragraph of section 110;
(12)  establishing standards, limits, restrictions, prohibitions and an approval procedure relating to promotion, advertizing and educational programs in respect of alcoholic beverages applicable in whole or in part to persons or categories of persons determined by regulation;
(12.1)  controlling the giving of alcoholic beverages by the Société des alcools du Québec, by the holder of a permit issued under this Act or the Act respecting the Société des alcools du Québec (chapter S-13), by the agents or employees thereof or by any agent, broker or mandatary in Québec of a person who makes alcoholic beverages outside Québec;
(13)  prohibiting or governing the granting of an advantage calculated to encourage the sale of alcoholic beverages;
(13.1)  so as not to encourage the irresponsible consumption thereof, determining the minimum retail price of beer, which may vary according to the category of permit or apply only to certain of such categories;
(14)  determining, in the case of a permit used in a means of public transportation or in a trading post, which provisions of this Act, of the regulations and of the Act respecting offences relating to alcoholic beverages (chapter I-8.1) do not apply and, where that is the case, the rules then applicable;
(14.1)  establishing, for any contravention of section 72.1, the suspensions and cancellations of permits applicable considering the origin and the quantity of the alcoholic beverages or video lottery machines and the fact that it is a first offence or a subsequent offence;
(15)  (paragraph repealed);
(16)  providing any other measure useful to the application of this Act.
1979, c. 71, s. 114; 1983, c. 28, s. 60; 1986, c. 95, s. 211; 1990, c. 67, s. 6; 1991, c. 31, s. 3; 1991, c. 51, s. 28; 1993, c. 39, s. 84, s. 95; 1993, c. 71, s. 52; 1997, c. 51, s. 52.
114. The board may, in plenary session, make regulations
(1)  establishing the conditions which an establishment must fulfil to be considered a grocery;
(1.1)  determining the conditions on and circumstances in which a grocery permit holder may offer free tasting in his establishment of the alcoholic beverages he is entitled to sell;
(2)  determining the other conditions relating to the issue and use of a club permit, a reunion permit, a “Man and his World” permit or an “Olympic Grounds” permit and the events for which a reunion permit may be issued;
(3)  determining the conditions relating to the use of a reunion permit issued to a person who uses a permit authorizing the sale of alcoholic beverages for consumption on the premises, depending on whether the meeting takes place inside or outside his establishment;
(3.1)  determining the form and content of permits and prescribing any form intended to facilitate the application of this Act and the regulations thereunder;
(4)  determining the amount of the costs and duties that are payable under this Act or standards permitting to establish such amount and prescribing the terms and conditions of payment;
(5)  (paragraph repealed);
(6)  prescribing, particularly in respect of the surface area, lighting and furnishings, standards of arrangement applicable to establishments and their rooms and terraces, and the standards of arrangement required to allow the presentation of shows, the projection of films, or dancing;
(7)  prescribing the standards it must apply to fix the number of persons who may be admitted at one time to an establishment or to a room or a terrace thereof;
(8)  (paragraph repealed);
(9)  determining, for the application of sections 66 to 68, the form and tenor of notices and of price lists;
(10)  prescribing the standards with which the devices contemplated in sections 63 and 87.1 and in the second paragraph of section 76 must comply;
(11)  determining the form and tenor of the reports it may require from a permit holder under the second paragraph of section 110;
(12)  establishing standards, limits, restrictions, prohibitions and an approval procedure relating to promotion, advertizing and educational programs in respect of alcoholic beverages applicable in whole or in part to persons or categories of persons determined by regulation;
(12.1)  controlling the giving of alcoholic beverages by the Société des alcools du Québec, by the holder of a permit issued under this Act or the Act respecting the Société des alcools du Québec (chapter S-13), by the agents or employees thereof or by any agent, broker or mandatary in Québec of a person who makes alcoholic beverages outside Québec;
(13)  prohibiting or governing the granting of an advantage calculated to encourage the sale of alcoholic beverages;
(13.1)  so as not to encourage the irresponsible consumption thereof, determining the minimum retail price of beer, which may vary according to the category of permit or apply only to certain of such categories;
(14)  determining, in the case of a permit used in a means of public transportation or in a trading post, which provisions of this Act, of the regulations and of the Act respecting offences relating to alcoholic beverages (chapter I-8.1) do not apply and, where that is the case, the rules then applicable;
(15)  (paragraph repealed);
(16)  providing any other measure useful to the application of this Act.
1979, c. 71, s. 114; 1983, c. 28, s. 60; 1986, c. 95, s. 211; 1990, c. 67, s. 6; 1991, c. 31, s. 3; 1991, c. 51, s. 28; 1993, c. 39, s. 84, s. 95; 1993, c. 71, s. 52.
114. The board may, in plenary session, make regulations
(1)  establishing the conditions which an establishment must fulfil to be considered a grocery;
(1.1)  determining the conditions on and circumstances in which a grocery permit holder may offer free tasting in his establishment of the alcoholic beverages he is entitled to sell;
(2)  determining the other conditions relating to the issue and use of a club permit, a reunion permit, a “Man and his World” permit or an “Olympic Grounds” permit and the events for which a reunion permit may be issued;
(3)  determining the conditions relating to the use of a reunion permit issued to a person who uses a permit authorizing the sale of alcoholic beverages for consumption on the premises, depending on whether the meeting takes place inside or outside his establishment;
(3.1)  determining the form and content of permits and prescribing any form intended to facilitate the application of this Act and the regulations thereunder;
(4)  determining the amount of the costs and duties that are payable under this Act or standards permitting to establish such amount and prescribing the terms and conditions of payment;
(5)  (paragraph repealed);
(6)  prescribing, particularly in respect of the surface area, lighting and furnishings, standards of arrangement applicable to establishments and their rooms and terraces, and the standards of arrangement required to allow the presentation of shows, the projection of films, or dancing;
(7)  prescribing the standards it must apply to fix the number of persons who may be admitted at one time to an establishment or to a room or a terrace thereof;
(8)  (paragraph repealed);
(9)  determining, for the application of sections 66 to 68, the form and tenor of notices and of price lists;
(10)  prescribing the standards with which the devices contemplated in sections 63 and 87.1 and in the second paragraph of section 76 must comply;
(11)  determining the form and tenor of the reports it may require from a permit holder under the second paragraph of section 110;
(12)  establishing standards, limits, restrictions, prohibitions and an approval procedure relating to promotion, advertizing and educational programs in respect of alcoholic beverages applicable in whole or in part to persons or categories of persons determined by regulation;
(12.1)  controlling the giving of alcoholic beverages by the Société des alcools du Québec, by the holder of a permit issued under this Act or the Act respecting the Société des alcools du Québec (chapter S-13), by the agents or employees thereof or by any agent, broker or mandatary in Québec of a person who makes alcoholic beverages outside Québec;
(13)  prohibiting or governing the granting of an advantage calculated to encourage the sale of alcoholic beverages;
(14)  determining, in the case of a permit used in a means of public transportation or in a trading post, which provisions of this Act, of the regulations and of the Act respecting offences relating to alcoholic beverages (chapter I-8.1) do not apply and, where that is the case, the rules then applicable;
(15)  (paragraph repealed);
(16)  providing any other measure useful to the application of this Act.
1979, c. 71, s. 114; 1983, c. 28, s. 60; 1986, c. 95, s. 211; 1990, c. 67, s. 6; 1991, c. 31, s. 3; 1991, c. 51, s. 28; 1993, c. 39, s. 84, s. 95.
114. The Régie may make regulations
(1)  establishing the conditions which an establishment must fulfil to be considered a grocery;
(1.1)  determining the conditions on and circumstances in which a grocery permit holder may offer free tasting in his establishment of the alcoholic beverages he is entitled to sell;
(2)  determining the other conditions relating to the issue and use of a club permit, a reunion permit, a “Man and his World” permit or an “Olympic Grounds” permit and the events for which a reunion permit may be issued;
(3)  determining the conditions relating to the use of a reunion permit issued to a person who uses a permit authorizing the sale of alcoholic beverages for consumption on the premises, depending on whether the meeting takes place inside or outside his establishment;
(4)  determining the amount of the costs and duties that are payable under this Act or standards permitting to establish such amount and prescribing the terms and conditions of payment;
(5)  (paragraph repealed);
(6)  prescribing, particularly in respect of the surface area, lighting and furnishings, standards of arrangement applicable to establishments and their rooms and terraces, and the standards of arrangement required to allow the presentation of shows, the projection of films, or dancing;
(7)  prescribing the standards it must apply to fix the number of persons who may be admitted at one time to an establishment or to a room or a terrace thereof;
(8)  (paragraph repealed);
(9)  determining, for the application of sections 66 to 68, the form and tenor of notices and of price lists;
(10)  prescribing the standards with which the devices contemplated in sections 63 and 87.1 and in the second paragraph of section 76 must comply;
(11)  determining the form and tenor of the reports it may require from a permit holder under the second paragraph of section 110;
(12)  establishing standards, limits, restrictions, prohibitions and an approval procedure relating to promotion, advertizing and educational programs in respect of alcoholic beverages applicable in whole or in part to persons or categories of persons determined by regulation;
(12.1)  controlling the giving of alcoholic beverages by the Société des alcools du Québec, by the holder of a permit issued under this Act or the Act respecting the Société des alcools du Québec (chapter S-13), by the agents or employees thereof or by any agent, broker or mandatary in Québec of a person who makes alcoholic beverages outside Québec;
(13)  prohibiting or governing the granting of an advantage calculated to encourage the sale of alcoholic beverages;
(14)  determining, in the case of a permit used in a means of public transportation or in a trading post, which provisions of this Act, of the regulations and of the Act respecting offences relating to alcoholic beverages (chapter I-8.1) do not apply and, where that is the case, the rules then applicable;
(15)  determining the procedure applicable before it;
(16)  providing any other measure useful to the application of this Act.
1979, c. 71, s. 114; 1983, c. 28, s. 60; 1986, c. 95, s. 211; 1990, c. 67, s. 6; 1991, c. 31, s. 3; 1991, c. 51, s. 28.
114. The Régie may make regulations
(1)  establishing the conditions which an establishment must fulfil to be considered a grocery;
(1.1)  determining the conditions on and circumstances in which a grocery permit holder may offer free tasting in his establishment of the alcoholic beverages he is entitled to sell;
(2)  determining the other conditions relating to the issue and use of a club permit, a reunion permit, a “Man and his World” permit or an “Olympic Grounds” permit and the events for which a reunion permit may be issued;
(3)  determining the conditions relating to the use of a reunion permit issued to a person who uses a permit authorizing the sale of alcoholic beverages for consumption on the premises, depending on whether the meeting takes place inside or outside his establishment;
(4)  prescribing the amounts of costs and duties payable under this Act and determining, where such is the case, the terms and conditions of payment;
(5)  determining the form and tenor of the notice provided for by paragraph 4 of section 39;
(6)  prescribing, particularly in respect of the surface area, lighting and furnishings, standards of arrangement applicable to establishments and their rooms and terraces, and the standards of arrangement required to allow the presentation of shows, the projection of films, or dancing;
(7)  prescribing the standards it must apply to fix the number of persons who may be admitted at one time to an establishment or to a room or a terrace thereof;
(8)  (paragraph repealed);
(9)  determining, for the application of sections 66 to 68, the form and tenor of notices and of price lists;
(10)  prescribing the standards with which the devices contemplated in section 63 and in the second paragraph of section 76 must comply;
(11)  determining the form and tenor of the reports it may require from a permit holder under the second paragraph of section 110;
(12)  establishing standards, limits, restrictions, prohibitions and an approval procedure relating to promotion, advertizing and educational programs in respect of alcoholic beverages applicable in whole or in part to persons or categories of persons determined by regulation;
(12.1)  controlling the giving of alcoholic beverages by the Société des alcools du Québec, by the holder of a permit issued under this Act or the Act respecting the Société des alcools du Québec (chapter S-13), by the agents or employees thereof or by any agent, broker or mandatary in Québec of a person who makes alcoholic beverages outside Québec;
(13)  prohibiting or governing the granting of an advantage calculated to encourage the sale of alcoholic beverages;
(14)  determining, in the case of a permit used in a means of public transportation or in a trading post, which provisions of this Act, of the regulations and of the Act respecting offences relating to alcoholic beverages (chapter I-8.1) do not apply and, where that is the case, the rules then applicable;
(15)  determining the procedure applicable before it;
(16)  providing any other measure useful to the application of this Act.
1979, c. 71, s. 114; 1983, c. 28, s. 60; 1986, c. 95, s. 211; 1990, c. 67, s. 6; 1991, c. 31, s. 3.
114. The Régie may make regulations
(1)  establishing the conditions which an establishment must fulfil to be considered a grocery;
(1.1)  determining the conditions on and circumstances in which a grocery permit holder may offer free tasting in his establishment of the alcoholic beverages he is entitled to sell;
(2)  determining the other conditions relating to the issue and use of a club permit, a reunion permit, a “Man and his World” permit or an “Olympic Grounds” permit and the events for which a reunion permit may be issued;
(3)  determining the conditions relating to the use of a reunion permit issued to a person who uses a permit authorizing the sale of alcoholic beverages for consumption on the premises, depending on whether the meeting takes place inside or outside his establishment;
(4)  prescribing the amounts of costs and duties payable under this Act and determining, where such is the case, the terms and conditions of payment;
(5)  determining the form and tenor of the notice provided for by paragraph 4 of section 39;
(6)  prescribing, particularly in respect of the surface area, lighting and furnishings, standards of arrangement applicable to establishments and their rooms and terraces, and the standards of arrangement required to allow the presentation of shows, the projection of films, or dancing;
(7)  prescribing the standards it must apply to fix the number of persons who may be admitted at one time to an establishment or to a room or a terrace thereof;
(8)  determining the factors which it must particularly consider to see whether public tranquility will not be disturbed in the cases contemplated in paragraph 1 of section 41 and in sections 74 and 75;
(9)  determining, for the application of sections 66 to 68, the form and tenor of notices and of price lists;
(10)  prescribing the standards with which the devices contemplated in section 63 and in the second paragraph of section 76 must comply;
(11)  determining the form and tenor of the reports it may require from a permit holder under the second paragraph of section 110;
(12)  establishing standards, limits, restrictions, prohibitions and an approval procedure relating to promotion, advertizing and educational programs in respect of alcoholic beverages applicable in whole or in part to persons or categories of persons determined by regulation;
(12.1)  controlling the giving of alcoholic beverages by the Société des alcools du Québec, by the holder of a permit issued under this Act or the Act respecting the Société des alcools du Québec (chapter S-13), by the agents or employees thereof or by any agent, broker or mandatary in Québec of a person who makes alcoholic beverages outside Québec;
(13)  prohibiting or governing the granting of an advantage calculated to encourage the sale of alcoholic beverages;
(14)  determining, in the case of a permit used in a means of public transportation or in a trading post, which provisions of this Act, of the regulations and of the Act respecting offences relating to alcoholic beverages (chapter I-8.1) do not apply and, where that is the case, the rules then applicable;
(15)  determining the procedure applicable before it;
(16)  providing any other measure useful to the application of this Act.
1979, c. 71, s. 114; 1983, c. 28, s. 60; 1986, c. 95, s. 211; 1990, c. 67, s. 6.
114. The Régie may make regulations
(1)  establishing the conditions which an establishment must fulfil to be considered a grocery;
(2)  determining the other conditions relating to the issue and use of a club permit, a reunion permit, a “Man and his World” permit or an “Olympic Grounds” permit and the events for which a reunion permit may be issued;
(3)  determining the conditions relating to the use of a reunion permit issued to a person who uses a permit authorizing the sale of alcoholic beverages for consumption on the premises, depending on whether the meeting takes place inside or outside his establishment;
(4)  prescribing the amounts of costs and duties payable under this Act and determining, where such is the case, the terms and conditions of payment;
(5)  determining the form and tenor of the notice provided for by paragraph 4 of section 39;
(6)  prescribing, particularly in respect of the surface area, lighting and furnishings, standards of arrangement applicable to establishments and their rooms and terraces, and the standards of arrangement required to allow the presentation of shows, the projection of films, or dancing;
(7)  prescribing the standards it must apply to fix the number of persons who may be admitted at one time to an establishment or to a room or a terrace thereof;
(8)  determining the factors which it must particularly consider to see whether public tranquility will not be disturbed in the cases contemplated in paragraph 1 of section 41 and in sections 74 and 75;
(9)  determining, for the application of sections 66 to 68, the form and tenor of notices and of price lists;
(10)  prescribing the standards with which the devices contemplated in section 63 and in the second paragraph of section 76 must comply;
(11)  determining the form and tenor of the reports it may require from a permit holder under the second paragraph of section 110;
(12)  establishing the standards for advertising respecting the sale of alcoholic beverages;
(13)  prohibiting or governing the granting of an advantage calculated to encourage the sale of alcoholic beverages;
(14)  determining, in the case of a permit used in a means of public transportation or in a trading post, which provisions of this Act, of the regulations and of the Act respecting offences relating to alcoholic beverages (chapter I-8.1) do not apply and, where that is the case, the rules then applicable;
(15)  determining the procedure applicable before it;
(16)  providing any other measure useful to the application of this Act.
1979, c. 71, s. 114; 1983, c. 28, s. 60; 1986, c. 95, s. 211.
114. The Régie may make regulations
(1)  establishing the conditions which an establishment must fulfil to be considered a grocery;
(2)  determining the other conditions relating to the issue and use of a club permit, a reunion permit, a “Man and his World” permit or an “Olympic Grounds” permit and the events for which a reunion permit may be issued;
(3)  determining the conditions relating to the use of a reunion permit issued to a person who uses a permit authorizing the sale of alcoholic beverages for consumption on the premises, depending on whether the meeting takes place inside or outside his establishment;
(4)  prescribing the amounts of costs and duties payable under this act and determining, where such is the case, the terms and conditions of payment;
(5)  determining the form and tenor of the notice provided for by paragraph 4 of section 39;
(6)  prescribing, particularly in respect of the surface area, lighting and furnishings, standards of arrangement applicable to establishments and their rooms and terraces, and the standards of arrangement required to allow the presentation of shows, the projection of films, or dancing;
(7)  prescribing the standards it must apply to fix the number of persons who may be admitted at one time to an establishment or to a room or a terrace thereof;
(8)  determining the factors which it must particularly consider to see whether public tranquility will not be disturbed in the cases contemplated in paragraph 1 of section 41 and in sections 74 and 75;
(9)  determining, for the application of sections 66 to 69, the form and tenor of notices and of price lists;
(10)  prescribing the standards with which the devices contemplated in section 63 and in the second paragraph of section 76 must comply;
(11)  determining the form and tenor of the reports it may require from a permit holder under the second paragraph of section 110;
(12)  establishing the standards for advertising respecting the sale of alcoholic beverages;
(13)  prohibiting or governing the granting of an advantage calculated to encourage the sale of alcoholic beverages;
(14)  determining, in the case of a permit used in a means of public transportation or in a trading post, which provisions of this act, of the regulations and of the Act respecting offences relating to alcoholic beverages do not apply and, where that is the case, the rules then applicable;
(15)  determining the procedure applicable before it;
(16)  providing any other measure useful to the application of this act.
1979, c. 71, s. 114; 1983, c. 28, s. 60.
114. The Régie may make regulations
(1)  establishing the conditions which an establishment must fulfil to be considered a grocery;
(2)  determining the other conditions relating to the issue and use of a club permit, a reunion permit, a “Man and his World” permit or an “Olympic Grounds” permit and the events for which a reunion permit may be issued;
(3)  determining the conditions relating to the use of a reunion permit issued to a person who uses a permit in a hotel establisment contemplated in section 76, depending on whether the reunion takes place inside or outside that establishment;
(4)  prescribing the amounts of costs and duties payable under this act and determining, where such is the case, the terms and conditions of payment;
(5)  determining the form and tenor of the notice provided for by paragraph 4 of section 39;
(6)  prescribing, particularly in respect of the surface area, lighting and furnishings, standards of arrangement applicable to establishments and their rooms and terraces, and the standards of arrangement required to allow the presentation of shows, the projection of films, or dancing;
(7)  prescribing the standards it must apply to fix the number of persons who may be admitted at one time to an establishment or to a room or a terrace thereof;
(8)  determining the factors which it must particularly consider to see whether public tranquility will not be disturbed in the cases contemplated in paragraph 1 of section 41 and in sections 74 and 75;
(9)  determining, for the application of sections 66 to 69, the form and tenor of notices and of price lists;
(10)  prescribing the standards with which the devices contemplated in section 63 and in the second paragraph of section 76 must comply;
(11)  determining the form and tenor of the reports it may require from a permit holder under the second paragraph of section 110;
(12)  establishing the standards for advertising respecting the sale of alcoholic beverages;
(13)  prohibiting or governing the granting of an advantage calculated to encourage the sale of alcoholic beverages;
(14)  determining, in the case of a permit used in a means of public transportation or in a trading post, which provisions of this act, of the regulations and of the Act respecting offences relating to alcoholic beverages do not apply and, where that is the case, the rules then applicable;
(15)  determining the procedure applicable before it;
(16)  providing any other measure useful to the application of this act.
1979, c. 71, s. 114.