I-8.1 - Act respecting offences relating to alcoholic beverages

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94. In the cases of paragraph e of section 92 and of paragraph d of section 93, the holder of a grocery permit may effect such transportation himself if it is in the local municipal territory in which the store is situated or in an adjoining local municipal territory where no prohibition by-law is in force.
Transportation outside such territories must be effected:
(a)  by railway, boat or public trucking or air service, but such transportation shall not be made by the vendor or his representative or by any person interested in the sale;
(b)  by the purchaser himself, directly to his residence or, if he holds a permit to sell beer or cider, to the establishment where he uses his permit, provided that he transports such beer or cider in his own vehicle or a vehicle leased by him.
If beer or cider is transported by railway, boat or public trucking or air service, the person transporting such beer or cider shall exhibit, upon request, a bill of lading or way-bill stating the name and address of the shipper and the name and address of the consignee.
1971, c. 19, s. 98; 1983, c. 30, s. 19; 1996, c. 2, s. 693.
94. In the cases of paragraph e of section 92 and of paragraph d of section 93, the holder of a grocery permit may effect such transportation himself if it is in the municipality where the store is situated or in an adjoining municipality where no prohibition by-law is in force.
Transportation outside such municipalities must be effected:
(a)  by railway, boat or public trucking or air service, but such transportation shall not be made by the vendor or his representative or by any person interested in the sale;
(b)  by the purchaser himself, directly to his residence or, if he holds a permit to sell beer or cider, to the establishment where he uses his permit, provided that he transports such beer or cider in his own vehicle or a vehicle leased by him.
If beer or cider is transported by railway, boat or public trucking or air service, the person transporting such beer or cider shall exhibit, upon request, a bill of lading or way-bill stating the name and address of the shipper and the name and address of the consignee.
1971, c. 19, s. 98; 1983, c. 30, s. 19.
94. In the cases of paragraph f of section 92 and of paragraph d of section 93, the holder of a grocery permit may effect such transportation himself if it is in the municipality where the store is situated or in an adjoining municipality where no prohibition by-law is in force.
Transportation outside such municipalities must be effected:
(a)  by railway, boat or public trucking or air service, but such transportation shall not be made by the vendor or his representative or by any person interested in the sale;
(b)  by the purchaser himself, directly to his residence or, if he holds a permit to sell beer or cider, to the establishment where he uses his permit, provided that he transports such beer or cider in his own vehicle or a vehicle leased by him.
If beer or cider is transported by railway, boat or public trucking or air service, the person transporting such beer or cider shall exhibit, upon request, a bill of lading or way-bill stating the name and address of the shipper and the name and address of the consignee.
1971, c. 19, s. 98.