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Ships’ Stores Regulations (SOR/96-40)

Regulations are current to 2020-10-05 and last amended on 2010-02-23. Previous Versions

SCHEDULE(Sections 3 and 7)

SHIPS’ STORES

Column IColumn II
ItemClass of ConveyancesClass of Goods
1International Movement
  • (1) An ocean-going ship engaged in international trade that is required to report under section 95 of the Customs Act and that is proceeding outside Canada, or proceeding to any port in Canada, before reporting under that section and proceeding outside Canada

  • (a) ales and beers

  • (b) boiler compounds, fuel oil treatment preparations and filter sponges

  • (c) cleaning compounds and material, including rags and cloth remnants

  • (d) coal

  • (e) coating for boilers and boiler bricks

  • (f) corrosion and rust inhibitors

  • (g) edible supplies

  • (h) gas for refrigeration equipment and welding purposes

  • (i) matches and lighter fluid in dispensing cans

  • (j) mineral waters and soft drinks

  • (k) paints, varnishes and solvents

  • (l) petroleum products and renewable fuels, except lubricants

  • (m) smoke abatement and oil slick dispersant preparations

  • (n) soaps and medicinal and toilet preparations

  • (o) souvenirs and gifts

  • (p) wines and spirits

  • (q) stationery and other consumer paper products

  • (r) domestic or imported cigars and domestic stamped manufactured tobacco or imported manufactured tobaccoFootnote for SHIPS’ STORES 1

  • (2) An ocean-going ship registered in Canada coasting, by way of the Panama Canal or Arctic waters, from a port on the east coast of Canada to a port on the west coast of Canada or from a port on the west coast of Canada to a port on the east coast of Canada

  • (a) ales and beers

  • (b) boiler compounds, fuel oil treatment preparations and filter sponges

  • (c) cleaning compounds and material, including rags and cloth remnants

  • (d) coal

  • (e) coating for boilers and boiler bricks

  • (f) corrosion and rust inhibitors

  • (g) edible supplies

  • (h) gas for refrigeration equipment and welding purposes

  • (i) matches and lighter fluid in dispensing cans

  • (j) mineral waters and soft drinks

  • (k) paints, varnishes and solvents

  • (l) petroleum products and renewable fuels, except lubricants

  • (m) smoke abatement and oil slick dispersant preparations

  • (n) soaps and medicinal and toilet preparations

  • (o) souvenirs and gifts

  • (p) wines and spirits

  • (q) stationery and other consumable paper products

  • (r) domestic or imported cigars and domestic stamped manufactured tobacco or imported manufactured tobaccoFootnote for SHIPS’ STORES 1

  • (3) An ocean-going towing or salvage tug that is required to report under section 95 of the Customs Act and that is proceeding outside Canada

  • (a) ales and beers

  • (b) boiler compounds, fuel oil treatment preparations and filter sponges

  • (c) cleaning compounds and material, including rags and cloth remnants

  • (d) coal

  • (e) coating for boilers and boiler bricks

  • (f) corrosion and rust inhibitors

  • (g) edible supplies

  • (h) gas for refrigeration equipment and welding purposes

  • (i) matches and lighter fluid in dispensing cans

  • (j) mineral waters and soft drinks

  • (k) paints, varnishes and solvents

  • (l) petroleum products and renewable fuels, except lubricants

  • (m) smoke abatement and oil slick dispersant preparations

  • (n) soaps and medicinal and toilet preparations

  • (o) souvenirs and gifts

  • (p) wines and spirits

  • (q) stationery and other consumable paper products

  • (r) domestic or imported cigars and domestic stamped manufactured tobacco or imported manufactured tobaccoFootnote for SHIPS’ STORES 1

  • (4) A foreign warship

  • (a) ales and beers

  • (b) boiler compounds, fuel oil treatment preparations and filter sponges

  • (c) cleaning compounds and material, including rags and cloth remnants

  • (d) coal

  • (e) coating for boilers and boiler bricks

  • (f) corrosion and rust inhibitors

  • (g) edible supplies

  • (h) gas for refrigeration equipment and welding purposes

  • (i) matches and lighter fluid in dispensing cans

  • (j) mineral waters and soft drinks

  • (k) paints, varnishes and solvents

  • (l) petroleum products and renewable fuels, except lubricants

  • (m) smoke abatement and oil slick dispersant preparations

  • (n) soaps and medicinal and toilet preparations

  • (o) souvenirs and gifts

  • (p) wines and spirits

  • (q) stationery and other consumable paper products

  • (r) domestic or imported cigars and domestic stamped manufactured tobacco or imported manufactured tobaccoFootnote for SHIPS’ STORES 1

  • (5) A telegraph cable ship

  • (a) ales and beers

  • (b) boiler compounds, fuel oil treatment preparations and filter sponges

  • (c) cleaning compounds and material, including rags and cloth remnants

  • (d) coal

  • (e) coating for boilers and boiler bricks

  • (f) corrosion and rust inhibitors

  • (g) edible supplies

  • (h) gas for refrigeration equipment and welding purposes

  • (i) matches and lighter fluid in dispensing cans

  • (j) mineral waters and soft drinks

  • (k) paints, varnishes and solvents

  • (l) petroleum products and renewable fuels, except lubricants

  • (m) smoke abatement and oil slick dispersant preparations

  • (n) soaps and medicinal and toilet preparations

  • (o) souvenirs and gifts

  • (p) wines and spirits

  • (q) stationery and other consumable paper products

  • (r) domestic or imported cigars and domestic stamped manufactured tobacco or imported manufactured tobaccoFootnote for SHIPS’ STORES 1

2Fishing Ships
  • (1) A foreign fishing ship that is required to report under section 95 of the Customs Act and that is proceeding outside Canada within 48 hours of taking on ships’ stores

  • (2) A Canadian fishing ship that is required to report under section 95 of the Customs Act and that is proceeding outside Canada within 48 hours of taking on ships’ stores

  • (a) diesel fuel and biodiesel fuel

3Canadian Military Vessels
  • (1) A Canadian warship proceeding outside Canada

  • (a) ales and beers

  • (b) edible supplies

  • (c) mineral waters and soft drinks

  • (d) matches and lighter fluid in dispensing cans

  • (e) soaps and medicinal and toilet preparations

  • (f) wines and spirits

  • (g) domestic or imported cigars and domestic stamped manufactured tobacco or imported manufactured tobaccoFootnote for SHIPS’ STORES 6

  • (h) for the purposes of the Excise Tax Act, petroleum products and renewable fuels, except lubricants

  • (2) A service ship that is required to report under section 95 of the Customs Act and that is proceeding outside Canada

  • (a) ales and beers

  • (b) edible supplies

  • (c) mineral waters and soft drinks

  • (d) matches and lighter fluid in dispensing cans

  • (e) soaps and medicinal and toilet preparations

  • (f) wines and spirits

  • (g) domestic or imported cigars and domestic stamped manufactured tobacco or imported manufactured tobaccoFootnote for SHIPS’ STORES 6

4Aircraft
  • (1) A military aircraft proceeding outside Canada on an international flight

  • (a) ales and beers

  • (b) edible supplies

  • (c) mineral waters and soft drinks

  • (d) petroleum products and renewable fuels, except lubricants

  • (e) soaps and medicinal and toilet preparations

  • (f) souvenirs and gifts

  • (g) wines and spirits

  • (h) stationery and other consumable paper supplies

  • (i) domestic or imported cigars and domestic stamped manufactured tobacco or imported manufactured tobaccoFootnote for SHIPS’ STORES 7

  • (2) An international aircraft that is required to report under section 95 of the Customs Act and that is proceeding outside Canada, or that is required to report under section 12 of that Act following a flight into Canada, other than an aircraft carrying passengers on a domestic flight

  • (a) ales and beers

  • (b) edible supplies

  • (c) mineral waters and soft drinks

  • (d) petroleum products and renewable fuels, except lubricants

  • (e) soaps and medicinal and toilet preparations

  • (f) souvenirs and gifts

  • (g) wines and spirits

  • (h) stationery and other consumable paper supplies

  • (i) domestic or imported cigars and domestic stamped manufactured tobacco or imported manufactured tobacco

5Canadian Coast Guard Ships
  • (1) A Canadian coast guard ship that is required to report under section 95 of the Customs Act and that is proceeding on a voyage to the Arctic

  • (2) A Canadian coast guard ship that is proceeding outside Canada

  • (a) for the purpose of the Excise Tax Act, petroleum products and renewable fuels, except lubricants

6A foreign yacht that is required to report under section 95 of the Customs Act and that is proceeding outside Canada
7Coasting and Inland Water Vessels
  • (1) A ship normally engaged in international trade that is engaged, or intends to engage, in the coasting trade for not more than five days

  • (a) boiler compounds, fuel oil treatment preparations and filter sponges

  • (b) cleaning compounds and material, including rags and cloth remnants

  • (c) coal

  • (d) coating for boilers and boiler bricks

  • (e) corrosion and rust inhibitors

  • (f) edible supplies

  • (g) gas for refrigeration equipment and welding purposes

  • (h) matches and lighter fluid in dispensing cans

  • (i) mineral waters and soft drinks

  • (j) paints, varnishes and solvents

  • (k) petroleum products and renewable fuels, except lubricants

  • (l) smoke abatement and oil slick dispersant preparations

  • (m) soaps and medicinal and toilet preparations

  • (n) souvenirs and gifts

  • (o) stationery and other consumable paper products

  • (2) A ship normally engaged in international trade that is engaged, or intends to engage, in the coasting trade for more than five days

  • (3) An inland waters ship

  • (a) boiler compounds, fuel oil treatment preparations and filter sponges

  • (b) cleaning compounds and materials, including rags and cloth remnants

  • (c) coal

  • (d) coating for boilers and boiler bricks

  • (e) corrosion and rust inhibitors

  • (f) edible supplies

  • (g) gas for refrigeration equipment and welding purposes

  • (h) paints, varnishes and solvents

  • (i) petroleum products and renewable fuels, except lubricants

  • (j) smoke abatement and oil slick dispersant preparations

NOTES:
  • Return to footnote 1A reasonable quantity for each person on board, for each week of a voyage

  • Return to footnote 2Limited to 8.18 L (288 fluid ounces) for each person on board, for each week of a voyage, when the voyage lasts for a minimum of seven days

  • Return to footnote 3Constitute ships’ stores when the conveyance is on a voyage that lasts for a minimum of five days

  • Return to footnote 4Limited to 1.14 L (40 fluid ounces) of spirits, or 1.14 L (40 fluid ounces) of wine and spirits, or 1.5 L (52 fluid ounces) of wine for each person on board, for each week of a voyage when the voyage lasts for a minimum of seven days

  • Return to footnote 5A reasonable quantity for each person on board who is 18 years of age or older for each full week of a voyage

  • Return to footnote 6A reasonable quantity for each person, on board who is 18 years of age or older, for each week of a voyage

  • Return to footnote 7A reasonable quantity for each person on board who is 18 years of age or older

  • Return to footnote 8Limited to 8.18 L (288 fluid ounces) for each person on board, for each week of a voyage

  • Return to footnote 9Limited to 1.14 L (40 fluid ounces) of spirits, or 1.14 L (40 fluid ounces) of wine and spirits, or 1.5 L (52 fluid ounces) of wine for each person on board, for each week of a voyage

  • Return to footnote 10Limited to a 15-day supply, as may be required to operate the ship, measured at the time the ship engages in the coasting trade

  • SOR/2003-394, ss. 4, 5(F)
  • SOR/2005-259, ss. 1, 2
  • SOR/2005-390, s. 1
  • SOR/2009-195, ss. 2 to 5
  • SOR/2010-36, s. 1
 
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