I-8.1 - Act respecting offences relating to alcoholic beverages

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112. Whosoever,
(1)  having acquired for resale a product containing alcoholic beverages that can be used as a beverage for a person, sells it as being one of the products listed in the first paragraph of section 102 after the notice provided for in that section was notified to him;
(2)  (paragraph repealed);
(3)  not being the holder of a permit issued under the Act respecting liquor permits (chapter P-9.1) or of a small-scale production permit or a brewer’s permit issued under the Act respecting the Société des alcools du Québec (chapter S-13), leads the public to believe, by means of signs, inscriptions, advertisements or circulars, that he is authorized to sell alcoholic beverages;
(4)  buys or receives by onerous title, any alcoholic beverage from any person not authorized to sell it;
(5)  (paragraph repealed);
(6)  (paragraph repealed);
(7)  for any remuneration whatsoever, buys an alcoholic beverage for another person;
(8)  being in charge of transportation by railway, boat, public trucking or air service, transports beer or cider without being able to exhibit, on request, a bill of lading or way-bill stating the name and address of the shipper and the name and address of the consignee, or transports beer or cider under a way-bill giving a false name or a false address;
(9)   contravenes a provision of a regulation made under paragraphs 12 to 13 of section 114 of the Act respecting liquor permits, or
(10)  contravenes any other provision of this Act or the Act respecting liquor permits, except sections 52, 70 to 73, 74.1, 75, 87, 89 or 110 of that Act,
is guilty of an offence and liable to a fine of $175 to $425 and, in the case of a second conviction, to a fine of $425 to $700 and, for every subsequent conviction thereafter, to a fine of $700 to $1,400.
1971, c. 19, s. 116; 1979, c. 71, s. 146; 1979, c. 71, s. 135; 1986, c. 58, s. 50; 1986, c. 96, s. 12; 1990, c. 4, s. 466; 1990, c. 67, s. 14; 1991, c. 33, s. 63; 1993, c. 39, s. 95; 1996, c. 34, s. 50; 1997, c. 32, s. 14; 1997, c. 51, s. 13; I.N. 2016-01-01 (NCCP); 2016, c. 72016, c. 7, s. 53; 2018, c. 202018, c. 20, s. 92.
112. Whosoever,
(1)  having acquired for resale any liquid or solid containing any alcoholic beverage, sells it as medicine or medicated wine after the board has caused him to be notified with the notice provided for in section 103;
(2)  being a manufacturer within the meaning of section 101, does not make the return within the time prescribed by the said section;
(3)  not being the holder of a permit issued under the Act respecting liquor permits (chapter P-9.1) or of a small-scale production permit or a brewer’s permit issued under the Act respecting the Société des alcools du Québec (chapter S-13), leads the public to believe, by means of signs, inscriptions, advertisements or circulars, that he is authorized to sell alcoholic beverages;
(4)  buys or receives by onerous title, any alcoholic beverage from any person not authorized to sell it;
(5)  (paragraph repealed);
(6)  (paragraph repealed);
(7)  for any remuneration whatsoever, buys an alcoholic beverage for another person;
(8)  being in charge of transportation by railway, boat, public trucking or air service, transports beer or cider without being able to exhibit, on request, a bill of lading or way-bill stating the name and address of the shipper and the name and address of the consignee, or transports beer or cider under a way-bill giving a false name or a false address;
(9)   contravenes a provision of a regulation made under paragraphs 12 to 13 of section 114 of the Act respecting liquor permits, or
(10)  contravenes any other provision of this Act or the Act respecting liquor permits, except sections 52, 70 to 73, 74.1, 75, 87, 89 or 110 of that Act,
is guilty of an offence and liable to a fine of $175 to $425 and, in the case of a second conviction, to a fine of $425 to $700 and, for every subsequent conviction thereafter, to a fine of $700 to $1,400.
1971, c. 19, s. 116; 1979, c. 71, s. 146; 1979, c. 71, s. 135; 1986, c. 58, s. 50; 1986, c. 96, s. 12; 1990, c. 4, s. 466; 1990, c. 67, s. 14; 1991, c. 33, s. 63; 1993, c. 39, s. 95; 1996, c. 34, s. 50; 1997, c. 32, s. 14; 1997, c. 51, s. 13; I.N. 2016-01-01 (NCCP); 2016, c. 72016, c. 7, s. 53.
112. Whosoever,
(1)  having acquired for resale any liquid or solid containing any alcoholic beverage, sells it as medicine or medicated wine after the board has caused him to be notified with the notice provided for in section 103;
(2)  being a manufacturer within the meaning of section 101, does not make the return within the time prescribed by the said section;
(3)  not being the holder of a permit issued under the Act respecting liquor permits (chapter P-9.1) or of a small-scale production permit or a brewer’s permit issued under the Act respecting the Société des alcools du Québec (chapter S-13), leads the public to believe, by means of signs, inscriptions, advertisements or circulars, that he is authorized to sell alcoholic beverages;
(4)  buys or receives by onerous title, any alcoholic beverage from any person not authorized to sell it;
(5)  obtains in a public house or “pub” or tavern, even gratuitously, during the time when the sale thereof is forbidden, any beer or weak cider from any holder of a permit for the sale thereof in a public house or “pub” or tavern;
(6)  causes any disturbance in a public house or “pub” or tavern or brings there or drinks therein any alcoholic beverage other than beer or weak cider;
(7)  for any remuneration whatsoever, buys an alcoholic beverage for another person;
(8)  being in charge of transportation by railway, boat, public trucking or air service, transports beer or cider without being able to exhibit, on request, a bill of lading or way-bill stating the name and address of the shipper and the name and address of the consignee, or transports beer or cider under a way-bill giving a false name or a false address;
(9)   contravenes a provision of a regulation made under paragraphs 12 to 13 of section 114 of the Act respecting liquor permits, or
(10)  contravenes any other provision of this Act or the Act respecting liquor permits, except sections 52, 70 to 73, 74.1, 75, 87, 89 or 110 of that Act,
is guilty of an offence and liable to a fine of $175 to $425 and, in the case of a second conviction, to a fine of $425 to $700 and, for every subsequent conviction thereafter, to a fine of $700 to $1,400.
1971, c. 19, s. 116; 1979, c. 71, s. 146; 1979, c. 71, s. 135; 1986, c. 58, s. 50; 1986, c. 96, s. 12; 1990, c. 4, s. 466; 1990, c. 67, s. 14; 1991, c. 33, s. 63; 1993, c. 39, s. 95; 1996, c. 34, s. 50; 1997, c. 32, s. 14; 1997, c. 51, s. 13; I.N. 2016-01-01 (NCCP).
112. Whosoever,
(1)  having acquired for resale any liquid or solid containing any alcoholic beverage, sells it as medicine or medicated wine after the board has caused him to be served with the notice provided for in section 103;
(2)  being a manufacturer within the meaning of section 101, does not make the return within the time prescribed by the said section;
(3)  not being the holder of a permit issued under the Act respecting liquor permits (chapter P-9.1) or of a small-scale production permit or a brewer’s permit issued under the Act respecting the Société des alcools du Québec (chapter S-13), leads the public to believe, by means of signs, inscriptions, advertisements or circulars, that he is authorized to sell alcoholic beverages;
(4)  buys or receives by onerous title, any alcoholic beverage from any person not authorized to sell it;
(5)  obtains in a public house or “pub” or tavern, even gratuitously, during the time when the sale thereof is forbidden, any beer or weak cider from any holder of a permit for the sale thereof in a public house or “pub” or tavern;
(6)  causes any disturbance in a public house or “pub” or tavern or brings there or drinks therein any alcoholic beverage other than beer or weak cider;
(7)  for any remuneration whatsoever, buys an alcoholic beverage for another person;
(8)  being in charge of transportation by railway, boat, public trucking or air service, transports beer or cider without being able to exhibit, on request, a bill of lading or way-bill stating the name and address of the shipper and the name and address of the consignee, or transports beer or cider under a way-bill giving a false name or a false address;
(9)   contravenes a provision of a regulation made under paragraphs 12 to 13 of section 114 of the Act respecting liquor permits, or
(10)  contravenes any other provision of this Act or the Act respecting liquor permits, except sections 52, 70 to 73, 74.1, 75, 87, 89 or 110 of that Act,
is guilty of an offence and liable to a fine of $175 to $425 and, in the case of a second conviction, to a fine of $425 to $700 and, for every subsequent conviction thereafter, to a fine of $700 to $1,400.
1971, c. 19, s. 116; 1979, c. 71, s. 146; 1979, c. 71, s. 135; 1986, c. 58, s. 50; 1986, c. 96, s. 12; 1990, c. 4, s. 466; 1990, c. 67, s. 14; 1991, c. 33, s. 63; 1993, c. 39, s. 95; 1996, c. 34, s. 50; 1997, c. 32, s. 14; 1997, c. 51, s. 13.
112. Whosoever,
(1)  having acquired for resale any liquid or solid containing any alcoholic beverage, sells it as medicine or medicated wine after the board has caused him to be served with the notice provided for in section 103;
(2)  being a manufacturer within the meaning of section 101, does not make the return within the time prescribed by the said section;
(3)  not being the holder of a permit issued under the Act respecting liquor permits (chapter P-9.1) or of a small-scale production permit or a brewer’s permit issued under the Act respecting the Société des alcools du Québec (chapter S-13), leads the public to believe, by means of signs, inscriptions, advertisements or circulars, that he is authorized to sell alcoholic beverages;
(4)  buys or receives by onerous title, any alcoholic beverage from any person not authorized to sell it;
(5)  obtains in a public house or “pub” or tavern, even gratuitously, during the time when the sale thereof is forbidden, any beer or weak cider from any holder of a permit for the sale thereof in a public house or “pub” or tavern;
(6)  causes any disturbance in a public house or “pub” or tavern or brings there or drinks therein any alcoholic beverage other than beer or weak cider;
(7)  for any remuneration whatsoever, buys an alcoholic beverage for another person;
(8)  being in charge of transportation by railway, boat, public trucking or air service, transports beer or cider without being able to exhibit, on request, a bill of lading or way-bill stating the name and address of the shipper and the name and address of the consignee, or transports beer or cider under a way-bill giving a false name or a false address;
(9)   contravenes a provision of a regulation made under paragraphs 12 to 13 of section 114 of the Act respecting liquor permits, or
(10)  contravenes any other provision of this Act or the Act respecting liquor permits, except sections 52, 70 to 73, 75, 87, 89 or 110 of that Act,
is guilty of an offence and liable to a fine of $175 to $425 and, in the case of a second conviction, to a fine of $425 to $700 and, for every subsequent conviction thereafter, to a fine of $700 to $1,400.
1971, c. 19, s. 116; 1979, c. 71, s. 146; 1979, c. 71, s. 135; 1986, c. 58, s. 50; 1986, c. 96, s. 12; 1990, c. 4, s. 466; 1990, c. 67, s. 14; 1991, c. 33, s. 63; 1993, c. 39, s. 95; 1996, c. 34, s. 50; 1997, c. 32, s. 14.
112. Whosoever,
(1)  having acquired for resale any liquid or solid containing any alcoholic beverage, sells it as medicine or medicated wine after the board has caused him to be served with the notice provided for in section 103;
(2)  being a manufacturer within the meaning of section 101, does not make the return within the time prescribed by the said section;
(3)  not being the holder of a permit issued under the Act respecting liquor permits (chapter P-9.1) or of a small-scale production permit issued under the Act respecting the Société des alcools du Québec (chapter S-13), leads the public to believe, by means of signs, inscriptions, advertisements or circulars, that he is authorized to sell alcoholic beverages;
(4)  buys or receives by onerous title, any alcoholic beverage from any person not authorized to sell it;
(5)  obtains in a public house or “pub” or tavern, even gratuitously, during the time when the sale thereof is forbidden, any beer or weak cider from any holder of a permit for the sale thereof in a public house or “pub” or tavern;
(6)  causes any disturbance in a public house or “pub” or tavern or brings there or drinks therein any alcoholic beverage other than beer or weak cider;
(7)  for any remuneration whatsoever, buys an alcoholic beverage for another person;
(8)  being in charge of transportation by railway, boat, public trucking or air service, transports beer or cider without being able to exhibit, on request, a bill of lading or way-bill stating the name and address of the shipper and the name and address of the consignee, or transports beer or cider under a way-bill giving a false name or a false address;
(9)   contravenes a provision of a regulation made under paragraphs 12 to 13 of section 114 of the Act respecting liquor permits, or
(10)  contravenes any other provision of this Act or the Act respecting liquor permits, except sections 52, 70 to 73, 75, 87, 89 or 110 of that Act,
is guilty of an offence and liable to a fine of $175 to $425 and, in the case of a second conviction, to a fine of $425 to $700 and, for every subsequent conviction thereafter, to a fine of $700 to $1,400.
1971, c. 19, s. 116; 1979, c. 71, s. 146; 1979, c. 71, s. 135; 1986, c. 58, s. 50; 1986, c. 96, s. 12; 1990, c. 4, s. 466; 1990, c. 67, s. 14; 1991, c. 33, s. 63; 1993, c. 39, s. 95; 1996, c. 34, s. 50.
112. Whosoever,
(1)  having acquired for resale any liquid or solid containing any alcoholic beverage, sells it as medicine or medicated wine after the board has caused him to be served with the notice provided for in section 103;
(2)  being a manufacturer within the meaning of section 101, does not make the return within the time prescribed by the said section;
(3)  not being the holder of a permit, leads the public to believe, by means of signs, inscriptions, advertisements or circulars, that he is authorized to sell alcoholic beverages;
(4)  buys or receives by onerous title, any alcoholic beverage from any person not authorized to sell it;
(5)  obtains in a public house or “pub” or tavern, even gratuitously, during the time when the sale thereof is forbidden, any beer or weak cider from any holder of a permit for the sale thereof in a public house or “pub” or tavern;
(6)  causes any disturbance in a public house or “pub” or tavern or brings there or drinks therein any alcoholic beverage other than beer or weak cider;
(7)  for any remuneration whatsoever, buys an alcoholic beverage for another person;
(8)  being in charge of transportation by railway, boat, public trucking or air service, transports beer or cider without being able to exhibit, on request, a bill of lading or way-bill stating the name and address of the shipper and the name and address of the consignee, or transports beer or cider under a way-bill giving a false name or a false address;
(9)   contravenes a provision of a regulation made under paragraphs 12 to 13 of section 114 of the Act respecting liquor permits (chapter P-9.1), or
(10)  contravenes any other provision of this Act or the Act respecting liquor permits, except sections 52, 70 to 73, 75, 87, 89 or 110 of that Act,
is guilty of an offence and liable to a fine of $175 to $425 and, in the case of a second conviction, to a fine of $425 to $700 and, for every subsequent conviction thereafter, to a fine of $700 to $1 400.
1971, c. 19, s. 116; 1979, c. 71, s. 146; 1979, c. 71, s. 135; 1986, c. 58, s. 50; 1986, c. 96, s. 12; 1990, c. 4, s. 466; 1990, c. 67, s. 14; 1991, c. 33, s. 63; 1993, c. 39, s. 95.
112. Whosoever,
(1)  having acquired for resale any liquid or solid containing any alcoholic beverage, sells it as medicine or medicated wine after the Régie has caused him to be served with the notice provided for in section 103;
(2)  being a manufacturer within the meaning of section 101, does not make the return within the time prescribed by the said section;
(3)  not being the holder of a permit, leads the public to believe, by means of signs, inscriptions, advertisements or circulars, that he is authorized to sell alcoholic beverages;
(4)  buys or receives by onerous title, any alcoholic beverage from any person not authorized to sell it;
(5)  obtains in a public house or “pub” or tavern, even gratuitously, during the time when the sale thereof is forbidden, any beer or weak cider from any holder of a permit for the sale thereof in a public house or “pub” or tavern;
(6)  causes any disturbance in a public house or “pub” or tavern or brings there or drinks therein any alcoholic beverage other than beer or weak cider;
(7)  for any remuneration whatsoever, buys an alcoholic beverage for another person;
(8)  being in charge of transportation by railway, boat, public trucking or air service, transports beer or cider without being able to exhibit, on request, a bill of lading or way-bill stating the name and address of the shipper and the name and address of the consignee, or transports beer or cider under a way-bill giving a false name or a false address;
(9)   contravenes a provision of a regulation made under paragraphs 12 to 13 of section 114 of the Act respecting liquor permits (chapter P-9.1), or
(10)  contravenes any other provision of this Act or the Act respecting liquor permits, except sections 52, 70 to 73, 75, 87, 89 or 110 of that Act,
is guilty of an offence and liable to a fine of $175 to $425 and, in the case of a second conviction, to a fine of $425 to $700 and, for every subsequent conviction thereafter, to a fine of $700 to $1 400.
1971, c. 19, s. 116; 1979, c. 71, s. 146; 1979, c. 71, s. 135; 1986, c. 58, s. 50; 1986, c. 96, s. 12; 1990, c. 4, s. 466; 1990, c. 67, s. 14; 1991, c. 33, s. 63.
112. Whosoever,
(1)  having acquired for resale any liquid or solid containing any alcoholic beverage, sells it as medicine or medicated wine after the Régie has caused him to be served with the notice provided for in section 103;
(2)  being a manufacturer within the meaning of section 101, does not make the return within the time prescribed by the said section;
(3)  not being the holder of a permit, leads the public to believe, by means of signs, inscriptions, advertisements or circulars, that he is authorized to sell alcoholic beverages;
(4)  buys or receives by onerous title, any alcoholic beverage from any person not authorized to sell it;
(5)  obtains in a public house or “pub” or tavern, even gratuitously, during the time when the sale thereof is forbidden, any beer or weak cider from any holder of a permit for the sale thereof in a public house or “pub” or tavern;
(6)  causes any disturbance in a public house or “pub” or tavern or brings there or drinks therein any alcoholic beverage other than beer or weak cider;
(7)  for any remuneration whatsoever, buys an alcoholic beverage for another person;
(8)  being in charge of transportation by railway, boat, public trucking or air service, transports beer or cider without being able to exhibit, on request, a bill of lading or way-bill stating the name and address of the shipper and the name and address of the consignee, or transports beer or cider under a way-bill giving a false name or a false address;
(9)   contravenes a provision of a regulation made under paragraphs 12 to 13 of section 114 of the Act respecting liquor permits (chapter P-9.1), or
(10)  contravenes any other provision of this Act or the Act respecting liquor permits, except sections 52, 70 to 73, 75, 87, 89 or 110 of that Act,
is guilty of an offence and liable to a fine of $125 to $350 and, in the case of a second conviction, to a fine of $350 to $575 and, for every subsequent conviction thereafter, to a fine of $575 to $1 150.
1971, c. 19, s. 116; 1979, c. 71, s. 146; 1979, c. 71, s. 135; 1986, c. 58, s. 50; 1986, c. 96, s. 12; 1990, c. 4, s. 466; 1990, c. 67, s. 14.
112. Whosoever,
(1)  having acquired for resale any liquid or solid containing any alcoholic beverage, sells it as medicine or medicated wine after the Régie has caused him to be served with the notice provided for in section 103;
(2)  being a manufacturer within the meaning of section 101, does not make the return within the time prescribed by the said section;
(3)  not being the holder of a permit, leads the public to believe, by means of signs, inscriptions, advertisements or circulars, that he is authorized to sell alcoholic beverages;
(4)  buys or receives by onerous title, any alcoholic beverage from any person not authorized to sell it;
(5)  obtains in a public house or “pub” or tavern, even gratuitously, during the time when the sale thereof is forbidden, any beer or weak cider from any holder of a permit for the sale thereof in a public house or “pub” or tavern;
(6)  causes any disturbance in a public house or “pub” or tavern or brings there or drinks therein any alcoholic beverage other than beer or weak cider;
(7)  for any remuneration whatsoever, buys an alcoholic beverage for another person;
(8)  being in charge of transportation by railway, boat, public trucking or air service, transports beer or cider without being able to exhibit, on request, a bill of lading or way-bill stating the name and address of the shipper and the name and address of the consignee, or transports beer or cider under a way-bill giving a false name or a false address;
(9)   contravenes a provision of a regulation made under paragraph 12 or 13 of section 114 of the Act respecting liquor permits (chapter P-9.1), or
(10)  contravenes any other provision of this Act or the Act respecting liquor permits, except sections 52, 70 to 73, 75, 87, 89 or 110 of that Act,
is guilty of an offence and liable to a fine of $125 to $350 and, in the case of a second conviction, to a fine of $350 to $575 and, for every subsequent conviction thereafter, to a fine of $575 to $1 150.
1971, c. 19, s. 116; 1979, c. 71, s. 146; 1979, c. 71, s. 135; 1986, c. 58, s. 50; 1986, c. 96, s. 12; 1990, c. 4, s. 466.
112. Whosoever,
(1)  having acquired for resale any liquid or solid containing any alcoholic beverage, sells it as medicine or medicated wine after the Régie has caused him to be served with the notice provided for in section 103;
(2)  being a manufacturer within the meaning of section 101, does not make the return within the time prescribed by the said section;
(3)  not being the holder of a permit, leads the public to believe, by means of signs, inscriptions, advertisements or circulars, that he is authorized to sell alcoholic beverages;
(4)  buys or receives by onerous title, any alcoholic beverage from any person not authorized to sell it;
(5)  obtains in a public house or “pub” or tavern, even gratuitously, during the time when the sale thereof is forbidden, any beer or weak cider from any holder of a permit for the sale thereof in a public house or “pub” or tavern;
(6)  causes any disturbance in a public house or “pub” or tavern or brings there or drinks therein any alcoholic beverage other than beer or weak cider;
(7)  for any remuneration whatsoever, buys an alcoholic beverage for another person;
(8)  being in charge of transportation by railway, boat, public trucking or air service, transports beer or cider without being able to exhibit, on request, a bill of lading or way-bill stating the name and address of the shipper and the name and address of the consignee, or transports beer or cider under a way-bill giving a false name or a false address;
(9)   contravenes a provision of a regulation made under paragraph 12 or 13 of section 114 of the Act respecting liquor permits (chapter P-9.1), or
(10)  contravenes any other provision of this Act or the Act respecting liquor permits, except sections 52, 70 to 73, 75, 87, 89 or 110 of that Act,
is guilty of an offence under this Act and liable, in addition to the costs, for the first offence, to a fine of not less than $125 nor more than $350 and, for a second offence, to a fine of $350 to $575 and for any subsequent offence to a fine of $575 to $1 150; in this last case the court, in addition to the fine and costs, may condemn the offender to imprisonment for not more than three months.
1971, c. 19, s. 116; 1979, c. 71, s. 146; 1979, c. 71, s. 135; 1986, c. 58, s. 50; 1986, c. 96, s. 12.
112. Whosoever,
(1)  having acquired for resale any liquid or solid containing any alcoholic beverage, sells it as medicine or medicated wine after the Régie has caused him to be served with the notice provided for in section 103;
(2)  being a manufacturer within the meaning of section 101, does not make the return within the time prescribed by the said section;
(3)  not being the holder of a permit, leads the public to believe, by means of signs, inscriptions, advertisements or circulars, that he is authorized to sell alcoholic beverages;
(4)  buys or receives by onerous title, any alcoholic beverage from any person not authorized to sell it;
(5)  obtains in a public house or “pub” or tavern, even gratuitously, during the time when the sale thereof is forbidden, any beer or weak cider from any holder of a permit for the sale thereof in a public house or “pub” or tavern;
(6)  causes any disturbance in a public house or “pub” or tavern or brings there or drinks therein any alcoholic beverage other than beer or weak cider;
(7)  for any remuneration whatsoever, buys an alcoholic beverage for another person;
(8)  being in charge of transportation by railway, boat, public trucking or air service, transports beer or cider without being able to exhibit, on request, a bill of lading or way-bill stating the name and address of the shipper and the name and address of the consignee, or transports beer or cider under a way-bill giving a false name or a false address;
(9)   contravenes a provision of a regulation made under paragraph 12 or 13 of section 114 of the Act respecting liquor permits (chapter P-9.1), or
(10)  contravenes any other provision of this Act or the Act respecting liquor permits, except sections 52, 71 to 73, 75, 87 and 89 of that Act,
is guilty of an offence under this Act and liable, in addition to the costs, for the first offence, to a fine of not less than $125 nor more than $350 and, for a second offence, to a fine of $350 to $575 and for any subsequent offence to a fine of $575 to $1 150; in this last case the court, in addition to the fine and costs, may condemn the offender to imprisonment for not more than three months.
1971, c. 19, s. 116; 1979, c. 71, s. 146; 1979, c. 71, s. 135; 1986, c. 58, s. 50.
112. Whosoever,
(1)  having acquired for resale any liquid or solid containing any alcoholic beverage, sells it as medicine or medicated wine after the Régie has caused him to be served with the notice provided for in section 103;
(2)  being a manufacturer within the meaning of section 101, does not make the return within the time prescribed by the said section;
(3)  not being the holder of a permit, leads the public to believe, by means of signs, inscriptions, advertisements or circulars, that he is authorized to sell alcoholic beverages;
(4)  buys or receives by onerous title, any alcoholic beverage from any person not authorized to sell it;
(5)  obtains in a public house or “pub” or tavern, even gratuitously, during the time when the sale thereof is forbidden, any beer or weak cider from any holder of a permit for the sale thereof in a public house or “pub” or tavern;
(6)  causes any disturbance in a public house or “pub” or tavern or brings there or drinks therein any alcoholic beverage other than beer or weak cider;
(7)  for any remuneration whatsoever, buys an alcoholic beverage for another person;
(8)  being in charge of transportation by railway, boat, public trucking or air service, transports beer or cider without being able to exhibit, on request, a bill of lading or way-bill stating the name and address of the shipper and the name and address of the consignee, or transports beer or cider under a way-bill giving a false name or a false address;
In force: 1981-01-01
(9)   contravenes a provision of a regulation made under paragraph 12 or 13 of section 114 of the Act respecting liquor permits (chapter P-9.1), or
(10)  contravenes any other provision of this Act or the Act respecting liquor permits, except sections 52, 71 to 73, 75, 87 and 89 of that Act,
is guilty of an offence under this Act and liable, in addition to the costs, for the first offence, to a fine of not less than $100 nor more than $300 and, for a second offence, to a fine of $300 to $500 and for any subsequent offence to a fine of $500 to $1 000; in this last case the court, in addition to the fine and costs, may condemn the offender to imprisonment for not more than three months.
1971, c. 19, s. 116; 1979, c. 71, s. 146; 1979, c. 71, s. 135.
112. Whosoever,
(1)  having acquired for resale any liquid or solid containing any alcoholic beverage, sells it as medicine or medicated wine after the Régie has caused him to be served with the notice provided for in section 103;
(2)  being a manufacturer within the meaning of section 101, does not make the return within the time prescribed by the said section;
(3)  not being the holder of a permit, leads the public to believe, by means of signs, inscriptions, advertisements or circulars, that he is authorized to sell alcoholic beverages;
(4)  buys or receives by onerous title, any alcoholic beverage from any person not authorized to sell it;
(5)  obtains in a public house or “pub” or tavern, even gratuitously, during the time when the sale thereof is forbidden, any beer or weak cider from any holder of a permit for the sale thereof in a public house or “pub” or tavern;
(6)  causes any disturbance in a public house or “pub” or tavern or brings there or drinks therein any alcoholic beverage other than beer or weak cider;
(7)  for any remuneration whatsoever, buys an alcoholic beverage for another person;
(8)  being in charge of transportation by railway, boat, public trucking or air service, transports beer or cider without being able to exhibit, on request, a bill of lading or way-bill stating the name and address of the shipper and the name and address of the consignee, or transports beer or cider under a way-bill giving a false name or a false address;
(9)  contravenes a provision of a regulation the violation of which constitutes an offence under section 105; or
(10)  contravenes a provision of this act otherwise than as mentioned in the sections of this division,
is guilty of an offence under this act and liable, in addition to the costs, for the first offence, to a fine of not less than one hundred dollars nor more than three hundred dollars and, for a second offence, to a fine of three to five hundred dollars and for any subsequent offence to a fine of five hundred to one thousand dollars; in this last case the court, in addition to the fine and costs, may condemn the offender to imprisonment for not more than three months.
1971, c. 19, s. 116; 1979, c. 71, s. 146.
112. Whosoever,
(1)  having acquired for resale any liquid or solid containing any alcoholic beverage, sells it as medicine or medicated wine after the secretary-general has caused him to be served with the notice provided for in section 103;
(2)  being a manufacturer within the meaning of section 101, does not make the return within the time prescribed by the said section;
(3)  not being the holder of a permit, leads the public to believe, by means of signs, inscriptions, advertisements or circulars, that he is authorized to sell alcoholic beverages;
(4)  buys or receives by onerous title, any alcoholic beverage from any person not authorized to sell it;
(5)  obtains in a public house or “pub” or tavern, even gratuitously, during the time when the sale thereof is forbidden, any beer or weak cider from any holder of a permit for the sale thereof in a public house or “pub” or tavern;
(6)  causes any disturbance in a public house or “pub” or tavern or brings there or drinks therein any alcoholic beverage other than beer or weak cider;
(7)  for any remuneration whatsoever, buys an alcoholic beverage for another person;
(8)  being in charge of transportation by railway, boat, public trucking or air service, transports beer or cider without being able to exhibit, on request, a bill of lading or way-bill stating the name and address of the shipper and the name and address of the consignee, or transports beer or cider under a way-bill giving a false name or a false address;
(9)  contravenes a provision of a regulation the violation of which constitutes an offence under section 105; or
(10)  contravenes a provision of this act otherwise than as mentioned in the sections of this division,
is guilty of an offence under this act and liable, in addition to the costs, for the first offence, to a fine of not less than one hundred dollars nor more than three hundred dollars and, for a second offence, to a fine of three to five hundred dollars and for any subsequent offence to a fine of five hundred to one thousand dollars; in this last case the court, in addition to the fine and costs, may condemn the offender to imprisonment for not more than three months.
1971, c. 19, s. 116.