No. S 617
Customs Act
(Chapter 70)
Customs (Liquors Licensing) (Amendment No.2) Regulations 2000
In exercise of the powers conferred by sections 75 (b) and 143(1) of the Customs Act, the Minister for Finance hereby makes the following Regulations:
Citation and commencement
1.  These Regulations may be cited as the Customs (Liquors Licensing) (Amendment No.2) Regulations 2000 and shall come into operation on 1st January 2001.
Amendment of regulation 32
2.  Regulation 32 of the Customs (Liquors Licensing) Regulations (Rg 3) is amended —
(a)by deleting the words “intoxicating liquor” in paragraph (c) and substituting the words “such liquor as is specified by the Director-General in sub-paragraph (b)”; and
(b)by renumbering regulation 32 as paragraph (1) of that regulation, and by inserting immediately thereafter the following paragraph:
(2)  Paragraph (1) shall not apply in relation to the purchases and sales of beer.”.
New regulation 32A
3.  The Customs (Liquors Licensing) Regulations are amended by inserting, immediately after regulation 32, the following regulation:
Licensee to exhibit licence, etc.
32A.—(1)  Every licensee shall —
(a)exhibit his licence at all times in a conspicuous place within his licensed premises; and
(b)if so directed or required by the Director-General, display notices, in such form and manner as the Director-General may approve, in conspicuous places within his licensed premises, stating in English that no person below the age of 18 years is allowed to buy or consume intoxicating liquors at those premises.
(2)  The Director-General may, in his discretion, waive regulation 1(b) in the case of any person to whom a temporary licence has been issued.”.
[G.N. Nos. S 232/93; S373/94; S 239/98; S 222/99; S 547/99;S 419/2000]

Made this 28th day of December 2000.

Permanent Secretary,
Ministry of Finance,
[Customs (Conf) 0102/71/V 16; MF(R) R 17.04.01 Vol.10; AG/LEG/SL/70/97/2 Vol. 1]
(To be presented to Parliament under section 143(2) of the Customs Act).