Acts and Regulations

89-167 - Fees

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Current to 1 January 2024
under the
Liquor Control Act
(O.C. 89-898)
Filed November 20, 1989
Under subsection 200(3) of the Liquor Control Act, the Lieutenant-Governor in Council makes the following Regulation:
1This Regulation may be cited as the Fees Regulation - Liquor Control Act.
2In this Regulation
“Act” means the Liquor Control Act.(Loi)
3The fees payable to the Minister are as follows:
(a)for an identification permit
(b)subject to paragraph (c), for a special permit under section 46 of the Act
(c)for a special permit to purchase liquor for use in the preparation of food in a place other than a residence
(d)for a special occasion (ordinary) permit
(e)for a special occasion (resale) permit
(f)on application for a dining-room licence, lounge licence, club licence other than a club licence under section 110 of the Act, special facility licence under subsection 99.1(1) or 99.1(7) of the Act or in-house brewery licence    
(g)for a lounge licence where the lounge
(i)has thirty seats or less
(ii)has more than thirty seats
(h)Repealed: 99-24
(i)for a dining-room licence
(i.1)for a wine serving licence
(j)for a special facility licence where the facility
(i)has twenty-five seats or less
(ii)has more than twenty-five seats
(k)for a club licence
(k.1)for a catering licence
(l)for a licence to provide live entertainment in licensed premises under section 63.01 of the Act  
(i)if the live entertainment involves a performance, contest, act or activity that includes the removal of any piece or article of clothing at any stage thereof, or involves a particular state of undress for the performance, contest, act or activity itself, by either male or female performers and including but not restricted to striptease dancers, go-go dancers, exotic dancers, models, impersonators, wet clothing contests, best body parts contests, and bands, singers or musicians
(ii)if the live entertainment does not involve any of the performances, contests, acts or activities referred to in subparagraph (i)
(m)for a special events licence, per day 
(n)for an in-house brewery licence
(o)Repealed: 97-109
(p)for a brewer’s licence
(i)where 500,000 litres of beer or less are manufactured per year
(ii)where more than 500,000 litres of beer are manufactured per year
(q)for a distiller’s licence
(i)where 75,000 litres of liquor or less are manufactured per year
(ii)where more than 75,000 litres of liquor are manufactured per year
(q.1)for a winery licence
(i)where 100,000 litres of wine or less are manufactured per year
(ii)where more than 100,000 litres of wine are manufactured per year
(q.2)for a UVin/UBrew licence
(r)for a sacramental wine vendor’s licence
(s)for a licence extension under section 63.02 of the Act
91-48; 93-186; 96-10; 97-109; 99-24; 2009-37; 2010-65; 2010-95
4Where a licence referred to in paragraph 3(g) to (k) or (n) to (r) is issued for part of a year, the Minister may adjust proportionately the licence fee otherwise payable.
5Repealed: 2007, c.23, s.2
91-48; 93-186; 97-26; 99-24; 2007, c.23, s.2
6New Brunswick Regulation 88-263 under the Liquor Control Act is repealed.
7This Regulation comes into force on December 1, 1989.
N.B. This Regulation is consolidated to July 1, 2010.