I-8.1 - Act respecting offences relating to alcoholic beverages

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125.1. Every peace officer who has reasonable cause to believe that alcoholic beverages are to be found in a vehicule may require the driver of the vehicle to stop the vehicle and require the driver, owner or person responsible for the vehicle to allow him to examine the identification of the containers of alcoholic beverages being transported and to produce for inspection the bill of lading or way-bill, if any, referred to in the third paragraph of section 94 or in section 95. The driver and, where applicable, the owner or the person responsible for the vehicle must comply with such requirements without delay.
The peace officer may, upon stopping the vehicle, proceed immediately with the seizure of any alcoholic beverages possessed or transported in contravention of this Act and of their containers.
The provisions of the Code of Penal Procedure (chapter C-25.1) that concern things seized, adapted as required, apply once they are seized, to the alcoholic beverages and their containers, subject to the provisions of this Act.
1994, c. 26, s. 4; 1996, c. 17, s. 1.
125.1. Every peace officer who has reasonable cause to believe that alcoholic beverages are to be found in a vehicule may require the driver of the vehicle to stop the vehicle and require the driver, owner or person responsible for the vehicle to allow him to examine the identification of the containers of alcoholic beverages being transported and to produce for inspection the bill of lading or way-bill, if any, referred to in the third paragraph of section 94 or in section 95. The driver and, where applicable, the owner or the person responsible for the vehicle must comply with such requirements without delay.
However, no seizure may be carried out by the peace officer upon stopping a vehicle except in accordance with the provisions of the Code of Penal Procedure (chapter C-25.1).
1994, c. 26, s. 4.