I-8.1 - Act respecting offences relating to alcoholic beverages

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102. No provision of this Act shall, by reason only that the product contains any alcoholic beverage, prohibit the sale in particular:
(a)  of any perfume, lotion, tincture, varnish, dressing, extract, essence, fluid, vinegar or food product;
(b)  of any medicinal or pharmaceutical preparation, or of any medicine, intended solely for medicinal purposes.
However, if, after analysis, the board is of the opinion that a product listed in the first paragraph contains alcoholic beverages and can be used as a beverage for a person, it may notify the user, the vendor, the distiller, the person authorized by the Corporation or any person concerned.
From the notification of such notice such product shall be deemed to be an alcoholic beverage within the meaning of this Act.
1971, c. 19, s. 106; 1979, c. 71, s. 146; 1993, c. 39, s. 95; 2018, c. 202018, c. 20, s. 81.
102. No provision of this Act shall, by reason only that the product contains any alcoholic beverage, prohibit the sale:
(a)  of any perfume, lotion, tincture, varnish, dressing, extract, essence, fluid, vinegar or solid food product;
(b)  of any medicinal or pharmaceutical preparation, or of any medicine, intended solely for medicinal purposes, provided that such product does not contain alcohol in excess of the quantity required as a solvent or preservative, or provided that it is so compounded as to render it unsuitable for use as a beverage.
However, if the board is of opinion that a product enumerated in paragraph a of this section contains alcoholic beverages and is used for beverage purposes, it may notify the manufacturer or the vendor accordingly.
From the date of such notice such product shall be deemed an alcoholic beverage within the meaning of this Act.
1971, c. 19, s. 106; 1979, c. 71, s. 146; 1993, c. 39, s. 95.
102. No provision of this act shall, by reason only that the product contains any alcoholic beverage, prohibit the sale:
(a)  of any perfume, lotion, tincture, varnish, dressing, extract, essence, fluid, vinegar or solid food product;
(b)  of any medicinal or pharmaceutical preparation, or of any medicine, intended solely for medicinal purposes, provided that such product does not contain alcohol in excess of the quantity required as a solvent or preservative, or provided that it is so compounded as to render it unsuitable for use as a beverage.
However, if the Régie is of opinion that a product enumerated in paragraph a of this section contains alcoholic beverages and is used for beverage purposes, it may notify the manufacturer or the vendor accordingly.
From the date of such notice such product shall be deemed an alcoholic beverage within the meaning of this act.
1971, c. 19, s. 106; 1979, c. 71, s. 146.
102. No provision of this act shall, by reason only that the product contains any alcoholic beverage, prohibit the sale:
(a)  of any perfume, lotion, tincture, varnish, dressing, extract, essence, fluid, vinegar or solid food product;
(b)  of any medicinal or pharmaceutical preparation, or of any medicine, intended solely for medicinal purposes, provided that such product does not contain alcohol in excess of the quantity required as a solvent or preservative, or provided that it is so compounded as to render it unsuitable for use as a beverage.
However, if the secretary-general is of opinion that a product enumerated in paragraph a of this section contains alcoholic beverages and is used for beverage purposes, he may notify the manufacturer or the vendor accordingly.
From the date of such notice such product shall be deemed an alcoholic beverage within the meaning of this act.
1971, c. 19, s. 106.