I-8.1 - Act respecting offences relating to alcoholic beverages

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103.2. The holder of a bar permit shall not admit a minor to or allow his presence, employ him, or allow him to present or to participate in a show, in a room or on a terrace of his establishment where alcoholic beverages may be sold.
However, the holder of that permit may admit a minor to or allow his presence
(1)  on a terrace, before 10 p.m., if the minor is accompanied by his father or mother or the person having parental authority;
(2)  in a room or on a terrace, only so that the minor may cross it;
(3)  in a room or on a terrace access to which is restricted to a group of persons at a reception, if the minor is a member of that group.
1979, c. 71, s. 128; 2016, c. 72016, c. 7, s. 47; 2018, c. 202018, c. 20, s. 84.
103.2. The holder of a bar permit shall not admit a minor to or allow his presence, employ him, or allow him to present or to participate in a show, in a room or on a terrace of his establishment where alcoholic beverages may be sold.
However, the holder of that permit may admit a minor to or allow his presence
(1)  on a terrace, before twenty hours, if the minor is accompanied by his father or mother or the person having parental authority;
(2)  in a room or on a terrace, only so that the minor may cross it;
(3)  in a room or on a terrace access to which is restricted to a group of persons at a reception, if the minor is a member of that group.
1979, c. 71, s. 128; 2016, c. 72016, c. 7, s. 47.
103.2. The holder of a public house or “pub” permit, tavern permit or bar permit shall not admit a minor to or allow his presence, employ him, or allow him to present or to participate in a show, in a room or on a terrace of his establishment where alcoholic beverages may be sold.
However, the holder of one of these permits may admit a minor to or allow his presence
(1)  on a terrace, before twenty hours, if the minor is accompanied by his father or mother or the person having parental authority;
(2)  in a room or on a terrace, only so that the minor may cross it;
(3)  in a room or on a terrace access to which is restricted to a group of persons at a reception, if the minor is a member of that group.
1979, c. 71, s. 128.