P-9.1 - Act respecting liquor permits

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28.1. A restaurant service permit authorizes its holder, in an establishment whose principal and usual activity is to prepare and sell food on the premises, to serve to his patrons, or allow them to consume on the premises, alcoholic beverages, other than alcohol and spirits, they have brought with them to the establishment for consumption on the premises, if such beverages are generally served as an accompaniment to the food prepared by the permit holder.
1986, c. 96, s. 18; 2002, c. 58, s. 10; 2020, c. 312020, c. 31, s. 69.
28.1. A restaurant service permit entitles its holder to serve to his patrons or to allow them to consume alcoholic beverages which they bring into his establishment for consumption on the premises at a meal, provided such beverages are not alcohol or spirits.
1986, c. 96, s. 18; 2002, c. 58, s. 10.
28.1. A restaurant service permit entitles its holder to serve to his patrons or to allow them to consume alcoholic beverages which they bring into his establishment for consumption on the premises at a meal, provided such beverages are not beer, alcohol, spirits or mixed alcoholic beverages commonly called “cooler”.
1986, c. 96, s. 18.