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Wednesday, November 13, 2019

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Latest Selling Alcohol Rule for those under 18 Years Old (最新售賣酒精欴品條例)

【奉政府諭】
衞生署控煙酒辦公室(控煙酒辦)提醒市民及商戶,因應《2018年
應課稅品(修訂)條例》今日(十一月三十日)生效,控煙酒辦將
開始執行新控酒法例。新法例禁止任何人在業務過程中,不論是透
過當面或遙距分發的方式,向18歲以下的未成年人士售賣和供應令
人醺醉的酒類。

控煙酒辦公室發言人指:「新法例旨在防止青少年接觸酒類,減少
酒精相關危害。控煙酒督察明日開始會就新法例進行巡查,並因應
投訴進行調查及採取執法行動。」

「法例涵蓋在業務過程中所有售賣和供應令人醺醉的酒類的行為,
不論有否涉及付款。涵蓋範圍包括遊藝會、節慶活動或展覽會中銷
售或以商業為目的而提供酒精飲品等,但不適用於沒有商業意圖的
家庭聚會或社交活動。法例亦禁止在銷售機售賣酒類飲品。」

令人醺醉的酒類是指以量計含多於1.2%乙醇,並適合或擬作為飲品
飲用的酒類。向未成年人售賣或供應令人醺醉的酒類,或以銷售機
售賣令人醺醉的酒類,一經簡易程序定罪,最高可被判罰款五萬元
。妨礙督察執法,一經簡易程序定罪,最高可被判罰款一萬元。

如透過當面分發,例如在超級市場、酒品店、便利店等處所或店鋪
內售賣或供應酒類飲品,須以中英文在當眼處展示法例規定的訂明
通知。通知必須為長方形,最少38厘米長、20厘米闊,採用清晰可
閱的字體,而文字及字母的顏色亦須與其背景顏色形成對比。

如透過遙距分發,例如以短訊、群組簡訊、網站、電話或郵寄等形
式售賣或供應酒類飲品,則必須以合理及清晰可閱的方式展示訂明
通知,或以錄音播出或口頭讀出訂明通知的內容。

訂明通知的樣本及錄音可從控煙酒辦公室網站下載。不遵守當面或
遙距分發令人醺醉的酒類所適用的訂明通知告示或年齡聲明的規定
,一經簡易程序定罪,最高可被判罰款25,000元。

控煙酒辦已制定指引,協助業界遵守規定。有關指引及其他相關資
料已上載至控煙酒辦網站www.taco.gov.hk,歡迎市民及商戶瀏覽
,以了解新法例的詳細內容。

如有查詢或投訴,可致電控煙酒辦熱線 2961 8823。

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【Government warning】


The Department of Health's Tobacco and Alcohol Control Office
reminded members of the public and business operators that it
will start carrying out new enforcement measures subsequent
to the enactment of the Dutiable Commodities (Amendment)
Ordinance 2018 today (November 30). The new legislation
prohibits the sale and supply of intoxicating liquor to
minors under 18 years old in the course of business via
face-to-face distribution and remote distribution.

A spokesman for the Tobacco and Alcohol Control Office said,
"The new legislation aims to prevent young people's access
to alcohol. Starting tomorrow, Tobacco and Alcohol Control
Inspectors will conduct inspections, investigate complaints
and carry out enforcement actions accordingly.

"The legislation covers all kinds of sale and supply of
intoxicating liquor in the course of business irrespective
of whether payment is involved. It covers alcoholic beverages
sold or supplied for commercial purposes in fairs,
celebratory events, exhibitions and the like, but does not
apply to family gatherings or social events with no business
intentions. The sale of alcoholic beverages in vending
machines is also prohibited."

Intoxicating liquor is defined as alcohol that has more
than 1.2 per cent ethyl alcohol by volume and is fit for or
intended as a beverage. The maximum fine for selling or
supplying intoxicating liquor to a minor, or selling
intoxicating liquor via vending machines,is $50,000 on summary
conviction. Those who obstruct inspectors during enforcement
are liable to a maximum fine of $10,000 on summary conviction.

If alcohol is sold or supplied via face-to-face distribution
such as in premises or stores like supermarkets, liquor
stores and convenience stores, a sign containing both the
Chinese and English versions of the prescribed notice must be
displayed in a prominent location easily seen by the public.
The notice must be rectangular in shape with minimum
dimensions of 38 centimetres by 20 centimetres, and have
legible characters and letters in a font colour that contrasts
with the background colour.

If alcohol is sold or supplied via remote distribution such
as SMS, group messages, websites and telephone or mail order,
the prescribed notice must be displayed in a reasonably
legible manner, or its contents must be read out or played
as a sound recording.

A sample graphic and sound recording of the prescribed
notice can be downloaded from the Tobacco and Alcohol
Control Office website. The maximum fine for non-compliance
with the prescribed notice and age declaration requirement
is $25,000 on summary conviction.

The Tobacco and Alcohol Control Office has developed
guidelines to assist the industry in complying with the
legislative requirements. Detailed guidelines for businesses
and other relevant materials have been uploaded to the Tobacco
and Alcohol Control Office website www.taco.gov.hk. Members
of the public and business operators can visit the website to
learn more about the provisions of the new
legislation.

For enquiries or complaints, please call the Tobacco and Alcohol
Control Office's hotline 2961 8823.

Notice


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