CHAPTER 77
INTOXICATING LIQUORS ACT

[SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION]

INDEX TO SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION

   REGULATIONS

      The Intoxicating Liquors (Licensing) Regulations

REGULATIONS

THE INTOXICATING LIQUORS (LICENSING) REGULATIONS

(Section 102)

G.Ns. Nos.
444 of 1968
109 of 1973

   1. These Regulations may be cited as the Intoxicating Liquors (Licensing) Regulations.

   2. Every application for a licence and every licence granted in respect of intoxicating liquor shall be in the appropriate Form in the First Schedule hereto.

   3. The fees for matters specified in the first column of the Second Schedule shall be– *

   (a)   where any such matter relates to any business, activity or operation in an urban area, the amount specified opposite thereto in the second column;

   (b)   where any such matter relates to any business, activity or operation in a rural area, the amount specified opposite thereto in the third column.

   4. Every entry made on a licence subsequent to its being granted shall be signed by the Chairman of the licensing authority or by a person authorised by the Chairman for the purpose.

FIRST SCHEDULE
FORMS

(Regulation 2)

INDEX TO FORMS

   1.   Application for an intoxicating liquor licence.

   2.   Application for a temporary intoxicating liquor licence.

   3.   Application for a local liquor licence/permit.

   4.   Application for a temporary liquor licence.

   5.   Application for a permit to manufacture local liquor for private consumption.

   6.   Application for permit to tap trees for palm wine.

   7.   Intoxicating liquor licence.

   8.   Local liquor licence.

   9.   Temporary intoxicating liquor licence.

   10.   Temporary local liquor licence.

   11.   Local liquor permit.

   12.   Permit to tap trees for palm wine.

   13.   Permit to manufacture local liquor for private consumption.

FORMS

THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA

FORM 1
APPLICATION FOR AN INTOXICATING LIQUOR LICENCE

THE INTOXICATING LIQUORS ACT (CAP. 77)

The Intoxicating Liquors (Licensing) Regulations

(To be completed in quadruplicate)

To:   The Chairman,


      Liquor Licensing Authority,
      .......................................
      .......................................

   I, ................................................................ of ............................................................. hereby apply for a ....................................................... licence for the period commencing on ......................................... and ending on .................................... in respect of the premises situated at ................................................................................

   (1)   In addition to liquor, local liquor will also be sold on the premises.

   (2)   If a licence is issued, I undertake to superintend personally the conduct of the business carried on under the authority of the licence.

   (3)   A manager appointed by me will superintend personally the business carried on under the authority of the licence.

   Date of application .............................

...............................................
Signature of applicant

For Official Use Only

Application Fee paid: Shs. ...........................

Receipt No. .................................. Dated ............................................

Application approved/not approved

Conditions to be attached to licence ...................................................................................
........................................................................................................................................

Date ..........................................

.........................................................
Chairman of the Licensing Authority

   Note: This application form should be used only by applicants for the following types of licences in respect of liquor–

   (a)   A Wholesale Dealer's Licence.

   (b)   (i)   A Retailer's Off-Licence.

      (ii)   A Retailer's Off-Licence (Non-spirituous).

   (c)   (i)   A Retailer's On-Licence.

      (ii)   A Retailer's On-Licence (Non-spirituous).

   (d)   A Hotel Licence.

   (e)   A Restaurant Licence.

   (f)   A Railway Station Licence.

   (g)   A Railway Restaurant Car Licence.

   (h)   A Passenger Vessel Licence.

   (i)   An Aerodrome Licence.

   (j)   A Theatre Licence.

   (k)   (i)   A Member's Club Licence.

      (ii)   A Propriety Club Licence.

   (l)   A Club Beer Licence.

   (m)   A Canteen Licence.

   (n)   A Temporary Intoxicating Liquor Licence.

FORM 2
APPLICATION FOR TEMPORARY INTOXICATING LIQUOR LICENCE

THE INTOXICATING LIQUORS ACT (CAP. 77)

The Intoxicating Liquors (Licensing) Regulations

(To be completed in quadruplicate)

To:   The Chairman,

      Liquor Licensing Authority,
      ..........................................
      ..........................................

    I, .................................................................. of ......................................................... hereby apply for a temporary intoxicating liquor licence for a period of ............................ days from ..................................... to .................................... for the sale of intoxicating liquor for consumption at .............................................. on the occasion of ...................................... during the following hours ..........................................................

Date of application ..................................

............................................
Signature of applicant

For Official use only

Application Fee paid: Shs. ..........................

Receipt No. .................................. Dated ............................................

Application approved/not approved

Conditions to be attached to licence ....................................................................................
.........................................................................................................................................

Date ...........................................

............................................................
Chairman of the Licensing Authority

   Note: 1. A temporary intoxicating liquor licence may be issued for a period not exceeding three days and may, on application to the licensing authority, be extended for a further specified period not exceeding three days.

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