Marginal note:Return of duty-paid alcohol
152. If packaged alcohol that has been removed from an excise warehouse for entry into the duty-paid market is returned to that warehouse under prescribed conditions, the alcohol may be entered into the warehouse as non-duty-paid packaged alcohol.
Marginal note:Return of non-duty-paid alcohol
153. If non-duty-paid packaged alcohol that has been removed from an excise warehouse in accordance with section 147 is returned to an excise warehouse under prescribed conditions, the alcohol may be entered into the warehouse as non-duty-paid packaged alcohol.
Marginal note:Supplying packaged alcohol to retail store
154. (1) Subject to subsections (2) and 155(1), an excise warehouse licensee shall not, during a calendar year, supply from a particular premises specified in the excise warehouse licence of the licensee to a retail store more than 30% of the total volume of packaged alcohol supplied from those premises to all retail stores during the year.
Marginal note:Exception for certain retail stores
(2) An excise warehouse licensee who is an alcohol licensee may supply from the particular premises to a retail store of the licensee more than 30% of that total volume if
(a) the store is located at a place at which the licensee produces or packages alcohol; and
(b) not less than 90% of the volume of packaged alcohol supplied to the store from the particular premises in the year consists of alcohol that was packaged by, or, if the licensee was responsible for the alcohol immediately before it was packaged, on behalf of, the licensee.
Marginal note:Exception for remote stores
155. (1) On application in the prescribed form and manner by an excise warehouse licensee who is a liquor authority or a non-retailer of alcohol, the Minister may authorize the licensee to supply during a calendar year from a particular premises specified in their excise warehouse licence to a retail store more than 30% of the total volume of packaged alcohol to be supplied from the premises to all retail stores during the year if the Minister is satisfied that the delivery of packaged alcohol by railway, truck or water vessel to the store is not possible for five consecutive months in every year.
(2) The Minister may revoke an authorization under subsection (1) if
(a) the licensee makes a written request to the Minister to revoke the authorization;
(b) the licensee fails to comply with any condition imposed in respect of the authorization or any provision of this Act;
(c) the Minister is no longer satisfied that the requirements of subsection (1) are met; or
(d) the Minister considers that the authorization is no longer required.
Marginal note:Notice of revocation
(3) If the Minister revokes an authorization of a licensee, the Minister shall notify the licensee in writing of the revocation and its effective date.
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