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Liquor Limitation Order
under the
Liquor Control Act
(O.C. 96-155)

Amended by:

Under the authority of sections 61 and 68 of the Liquor Control Act and the Subordinate Legislation Revision and Consolidation Act , the Lieutenant-Governor in Council makes the following Order.



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        1. This Order may be cited as the Liquor Limitation Order .

196/90 s1

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Liquor brought into province limited

        2. An individual may, on any one occasion, bring liquor into the province from a part of Canada other than the province where

             (a)  the liquor is physically accompanied by the individual as it is brought into the province;

             (b)  the liquor is for the individual's personal consumption or for consumption by another individual at the first individual's expense; and

             (c)  the quantity of liquor does not exceed

                      (i)  in the case of spirits, 6 litres,

                     (ii)  in the case of wine, 18 litres, and

            (iii)  in the case of beer or coolers, 52 litres in total.

196/90 s2; 81/19 s1

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        3. The Liquor Limitation Order, 1990, Newfoundland Regulation 196/90, is repealed.