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P-9.1, r. 4
- Regulation respecting lay-out standards for establishments
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P-9.1, r. 4
Regulation respecting lay-out standards for establishments
LIQUOR PERMITS — LAY-OUT STANDARDS FOR ESTABLISHMENTS
Act respecting liquor permits
(chapter P-9.1, s. 114)
Replaced, O.C. 1053-2021, 2021 G.O. 2, 2768; eff. 2021-08-05; see
chapter P-9.1, r. 7
To use a permit on a terrace, the permit holder shall comply with the following lay-out standards:
the terrace must be outdoors and open, enclosed by a trellis, hedge, fence, low wall, work or other structure that allows its location and the number of persons admissible at one time to be established;
the terrace must be furnished with chairs or benches and tables to accommodate the number of persons admissible at one time.
O.C. 1989-82, s. 1
Where a permit is used on a terrace not joined to an establishment where a liquor permit is used, the permit holder shall comply with the following standard in addition to those set out in section 1:
(paragraph implicitly revoked);
the terrace must have a place that can be locked, for storing alcoholic beverages intented for sale or consumption on the premises.
O.C. 1989-82, s. 2
O.C. 1989-82, s. 3
For the purposes of this Regulation, with the exception of sections 8 and 9, a room is a place located inside a building, having permanent walls or partitions laid out in accordance with the floor plan submitted with the application, and excluding entrances, hallways, balconies, kitchens and bathrooms.
O.C. 1989-82, s. 4
O.C. 836-2001, s. 1
Every establishment where a permit for consumption of alcoholic beverages on the premises is used must have a system for providing full lighting throughout the premises in emergencies or when needed.
O.C. 1989-82, s. 5
A mezzanine is considered to be a separate room requiring a separate permit where the number of persons admissible to the mezzanine is more than 50% of the number admissible to the room in which it is located.
O.C. 1989-82, s. 6
O.C. 1057-90, s. 1
Where a reception is held in a room or on a terrace not covered by a permit, in accordance with the second paragraph of section 68 of the Act, the room must meet the lay-out standards prescribed by the Public Buildings Safety Act (chapter S-3), the Environment Quality Act (chapter Q-2), and the regulations made under those Acts.
O.C. 1989-82, s. 7
Where a permit is used at a theatre, amphitheatre, race track or sports centre, the counter where alcoholic beverages are sold must be located elsewhere than in the stands, seats or area reserved for spectators or participants.
This section does not apply to an “Olympic Grounds” or “Man and his World” permit.
O.C. 1989-82, s. 8
O.C. 1050-2000, s. 1
O.C. 836-2001, s. 2
Where a permit is used at a theatre, amphitheatre, race track or sports centre, the Régie des alcools, des courses et des jeux may, upon application and subject to section 41 of the Act, and so indicating on the permit, authorize the consumption or sale of alcoholic beverages in the stands, seats or area reserved for spectators or participants.
O.C. 1989-82, s. 9
S.Q., 1993, c. 39, s. 95
O.C. 1050-2000, s. 2
O.C. 836-2001, s. 3
O.C. 1989-82, s. 10
O.C. 1989-82, 1982 G.O. 2, 3159
O.C. 1057-90, 1990 G.O. 2, 2194
O.C. 1050-2000, 2000 G.O. 2, 4492
O.C. 836-2001, 2001 G.O. 2, 3517
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