Legislative News as of September 18th, 2008

CONNECTICUT:

General Assembly

  Raised Bill No. 5656

February Session, 2008

  LCO No. 2193
  *02193_______ENV*
Referred to Committee on Environment  
Introduced by:  
(ENV)  

AN ACT PROHIBITING THE DECLAWING OF CATS.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Assembly convened:

Section 1. (NEW) (Effective October 1, 2008) (a) No veterinarian licensed pursuant to chapter 384 of the general statutes shall perform a feline onychectomy or tendonectomy, except for a therapeutic purpose. For purposes of this section, "therapeutic purpose" means to address an existing or recurring infection, disease, injury or abnormal condition that jeopardizes the cat's health, but does not include cosmetic or aesthetic reasons or the cat owner's convenience in keeping or handling the cat.

(b) Any violation of this section shall result in the revocation of such license.

 

Massachusetts:   There are no bills in the works at this time relating to either cats & dogs.

MAINE  At the present time there are bills on the table that deal with dogs & cats but not any issues that would affect the members of TICA.

NEW HAMPSHIRE

This bill also makes it illegal to take the life of an animal without lawful authority.

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Explanation: Matter added to current law appears in bold italics.

Matter removed from current law appears [in brackets and struckthrough.]

Matter which is either (a) all new or (b) repealed and reenacted appears in regular type.

08-2507

08/04

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

In the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Eight

AN ACT relative to animal cruelty.

Be it Enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court convened:

1 Dogs and Cats; Killing Dogs Legalized. Amend RSA 466:28 to read as follows:

466:28 Killing Dogs Legalized. Any person may kill a dog that suddenly assaults the person while such person is peaceably walking or riding without the enclosure of its owner or keeper; and any person may kill a dog that is found out of the enclosure or immediate care of its owner or keeper [worrying,] wounding[,] or killing sheep, lambs, fowl, or other domestic animals.

2 Cruelty to Animals. Amend RSA 644:8, III(e)-(f)to read as follows:

(e) Negligently abandons any animal previously in his possession or custody by causing such animal to be left without supervision or adequate provision for its care, sustenance or shelter; [or]

(f) Otherwise negligently permits or causes any animal in his possession or custody to be subjected to cruelty, inhumane treatment or unnecessary suffering of any kind[.]; or

(g) Without lawful authority intentionally takes the life of any animal.

3 Effective Date. This act shall take effect 60 days after its passage.

 

HB 1293 – AS AMENDED BY THE HOUSE

06Feb2008… 0153h

18Mar2008… 0959h

2008 SESSION

08-2292

08/01

HOUSE BILL 1293

AN ACT relative to eligibility of dog and cat owners to participate in the state’s reduced fee companion animal population control program.

SPONSORS: Rep. Phinizy, Sull 5; Rep. Rausch, Rock 5; Rep. Wells, Rock 8

COMMITTEE: Environment and Agriculture

AMENDED

AMENDED ANALYSIS

This bill changes the eligibility criteria for owners of cats and dogs to participate in the reduced fee companion animal population control program.

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Explanation: Matter added to current law appears in bold italics.

Matter removed from current law appears [in brackets and struckthrough.]

Matter which is either (a) all new or (b) repealed and reenacted appears in regular type.

06Feb2008… 0153h

18Mar2008… 0959h

08-2292

08/01

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

In the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Eight

AN ACT relative to eligibility of dog and cat owners to participate in the state’s reduced fee companion animal population control program.

Be it Enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court convened:

1 Animal Population Control; Owner Eligibility. Amend RSA 437-A:3 to read as follows:

437-A:3 Eligibility of Owner of Dog or Cat to Participate.

I. [A resident of the state who has adopted an eligible dog or cat from an animal shelter facility, as defined in RSA 437:2, I, shall be eligible to participate in the program if the owner signs a consent form certifying that the person is the owner of the dog or cat or is authorized by the owner to present the dog or cat for the operation, and such person pays a fee of $40. The sterilization shall be performed by a participating veterinarian. Dogs and cats imported from out of state into New Hampshire animal shelters or adoption agencies shall not be eligible for this program.

II.] A resident of the state who owns a dog or cat and who [is eligible for] participates in one of the following programs shall also be eligible to participate in a reduced fee companion animal population control program if the owner signs a consent form certifying that the person is the owner of the dog or cat or is authorized by the owner to present the dog or cat for the procedure and such person pays a fee of $25:

(a) The Food Stamp Program authorized by Title XIII of the Food and Agriculture Act of 1977 (7 U.S.C. section 2011 et seq.) and RSA 161:2, XIII.

(b) The Supplemental Security Income Program established pursuant to Title XVI of the Social Security Act (42 U.S.C. section 1381 et seq.).

(c) The Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Act established pursuant to 42 U.S.C. section 601 et seq. and RSA 161-B.

(d) The aid to the needy blind program established under RSA 161:2, V.

(e) The medicaid program established under RSA 167.

(f) The old age assistance program established under RSA 167.

(g) The aid to the permanently and totally disabled program established under RSA 167.

II. A resident of the state who owns a dog or cat shall also be eligible to participate in the reduced fee companion animal population control program if such participation is pre-approved by the owner of a participating veterinary clinic, as described in RSA 437-A:4, with the concurrence of the state veterinarian based on a written finding of financial hardship and if the owner signs a consent form certifying that the person is the owner of the dog or cat or is authorized by the owner to present the dog or cat for the procedure, and if such person pays a fee of $25.

2 Effective Date. This act shall take effect July 1, 2008.

LBAO

08-2292

Amended 03/26/08

HB 1293 FISCAL NOTE

AN ACT relative to eligibility of dog and cat owners to participate in the state’s reduced fee companion animal population control program.

FISCAL IMPACT:

The Department of Agriculture, Markets and Food states this bill, as amended by the House (Amendment #2008-0959h), will increase state restricted expenditures by $17,055 in FY 2009 and each year thereafter. There is no fiscal impact on county and local expenditures or state, county, and local revenue.

METHODOLOGY:

The Department of Agriculture, Markets and Food states this bill changes the eligibility for the reduced fee companion animal control program and reduces the co-pay from $40 to $25. The Department projected 1,137 Plan A surgeries would be reimbursed by the companion animal control program at $100.28 per surgery for a total expenditure of $114,018. The Department assumes the same number of surgeries will be performed under the changes proposed by this bill. As part of the 1,137 surgeries estimated to be performed, the Department assumes 255 will be participants nominated by the participating clinics. The Department assumes the 102 participating clinics will nominate 5 participants a year to the program for a total of 510 nominated participants with a 50% redemption rate resulting in the 255 surgeries from the nominated participants.

The Department estimates this bill will increase expenditures by $17,055 [$131,073 (1,137 surgeries * ($100.28 per surgery + $15.00 change in co-pay to be paid by program)) - $114,018] in FY 2009 and each year thereafter.

 

 

HB 585-FN – AS AMENDED BY THE HOUSE

06Mar2007… 0241h

2007 SESSION

07-0641

08/05

HOUSE BILL 585-FN

AN ACT requiring all animal shelter facilities, pet shops and commercial kennels to collect a neutering deposit when placing a cat or dog that has not been neutered.

SPONSORS: Rep. Davis, Merr 7; Rep. S. Kelly, Merr 7; Rep. Greco, Merr 7; Sen. Barnes, Dist 17; Sen. Roberge, Dist 9

COMMITTEE: Environment and Agriculture

AMENDED ANALYSIS

This bill requires animal shelter facilities, pet shops, and commercial kennels to collect a neutering deposit when placing a cat or dog that has not been neutered.

This bill also requires that the deposit be remitted to the companion animal neutering fund if the depositor does not return a certificate of sterilization to the animal shelter facility, commercial kennel, or pet shop that placed the cat or dog with the depositor.

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Explanation: Matter added to current law appears in bold italics.

Matter removed from current law appears [in brackets and struckthrough.]

Matter which is either (a) all new or (b) repealed and reenacted appears in regular type.

06Mar2007… 0241h

07-0641

08/05

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

In the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Seven

AN ACT requiring all animal shelter facilities, pet shops and commercial kennels to collect a neutering deposit when placing a cat or dog that has not been neutered.

Be it Enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court convened:

1 New Section; Dog and Cat Neutering Deposit. Amend RSA 437 by inserting after section 10 the following new section:

437:10-a Dog and Cat Neutering Deposit.

I. No animal shelter facility, pet shop, or commercial kennel licensed by the department in accordance with RSA 437:1 shall sell, give away, adopt, or otherwise transfer ownership of any dog or cat that has not been permanently sexually sterilized without collecting a neutering deposit of no less than $40 at or before the time of transfer. At the time of receipt of such deposit, the pet shop, commercial kennel, or animal shelter facility shall provide a sterilization certificate to the person who has paid the deposit. The sterilization certificate shall be on a form provided by the commissioner and shall state the date by which the animal must be sterilized in order for the depositor to secure the return of the deposit. In the case of kittens or puppies that are less than 5 months old at the time of transfer, that date shall be on or before the date the kitten or puppy becomes 6 months of age. In the case of cats or dogs 5 months of age or older at the time of transfer, the date of sterilization shall be within 30 days of the date of transfer.

II. To reclaim the neutering deposit, the depositor must submit the sterilization certificate to the animal shelter facility, commercial kennel, or pet shop which took the deposit within 60 days of the date the sterilization was performed. The certificate must be signed by a licensed veterinarian and specify the date on which the sterilization was performed. If the depositor does not submit the signed sterilization certificate within the time period specified above, the deposit shall be considered to have been forfeited. All forfeited neutering deposits shall be remitted by the animal shelter facility, commercial kennel, or pet shop to the commissioner on a quarterly basis. The commissioner shall deposit all forfeited neutering deposits in the companion animal neutering fund established under RSA 437-A:4-a.

2 New Paragraph; Rulemaking. Amend RSA 437:5 by inserting after paragraph III the following new paragraph:

IV. The commissioner shall adopt rules under RSA 541-A to implement the collection of neutering deposits on the transfer of unneutered dogs and cats under RSA 437:10-a.

3 Companion Animal Fund. Amend RSA 6:12, I(b)(59) to read as follows:

(59) Moneys received under RSA 466:4, I(c), RSA 466:6, III, RSA 437:10-a, and RSA 437-A which shall be credited to the companion animal neutering fund, established in RSA 437-A:4-a.

4 Effective Date. This act shall take effect January 1, 2008.

LBAO

07-0641

Amended 03/16/07

HB 585 FISCAL NOTE

AN ACT requiring all animal shelter facilities, pet shops and commercial kennels to collect a neutering deposit when placing a cat or dog that has not been neutered.

FISCAL IMPACT:

      The Department of Agriculture, Markets and Food has determined this bill, as amended by the House (Amendment #2007-0241h), may increase state restricted revenue by an indeterminable amount in FY 2008 and each year thereafter and may decrease state and local expenditures by an indeterminable amount in FY 2008 and each year thereafter. There will be no fiscal impact on county and local revenue or county expenditures.

METHODOLOGY:

    The Department of Agriculture, Markets and Food states this bill establishes a $40 refundable deposit to be collected at animal shelters, pet shops, or commercial kennels for each cat and dog sold or given way that has not been sexually sterilized. The depositor may secure return of the deposit by presenting the facility with a completed sterilization certificate within 60 days of the sale. Deposits that have not been refunded shall be deposited into the companion animal neutering fund. The Department estimates 3,400 dogs and 1,250 cats are sold or adopted each year. Approximately 40% of dogs and 20% of cats remain un-sterilized and the Department assumes that this will approximate the number of deposits that will not be refunded. Based on these assumptions, the Department calculates the increased revenue to the companion animal neutering fund as follows:

    3,400 dogs sold x $40 deposit x 40% of deposits not refunded = $54,400

    1,250 cats sold x $40 deposit x 20% of deposits not refunded = $10,000

    Total $64,400

    The effective date for this bill is January 1, 2008 and therefore only 50% or $32,200 would be deposited to the companion animal neutering fund in FY 2008. In FY 2009 and each year thereafter the Department estimates the full $64,400 would be deposited. The increase in revenue to the companion animal neutering fund will allow for more surgeries on cats and dogs decreasing the number of potential litters. The reduction in animals may result in a decrease in animal control calls, fewer rabies exposures, and decreases in the number of dogs and cats in shelters resulting in a potential decrease in local expenditures. The decrease in rabies exposure may also decrease state expenditures associated with rabies tests.



 

 

Rhode Island

 

TITLE 4
Animals and Animal Husbandry

CHAPTER 4-22
Cat Identification Program

SECTION 4-22-1


 

   § 4-22-1  Findings and purpose. – The state finds that a cat identification program, which would require an owner of a cat to maintain an identification for the cat, would serve the following public purposes:

   (1) Cat identification would provide cats protection under the law, equal to that afforded dogs, by establishing ownership which, in turn, would encourage cat owners to take full responsibility for their pets' welfare.

   (2) Cat identification would protect cats, as dogs are now protected, by establishing minimum holding periods for cats released to and/or impounded by municipal animal control facilities and private animal shelters.

   (3) A program to require cat identification should facilitate the return of lost, owned cats.

   (4) Cat identification would provide a method to help distinguish between owned and unowned cat populations thus assisting animal control officers and animal shelters in carrying out their mission.

   (5) Cat identification would advance the reduction of the untold suffering of cats at-large in our state by helping to insure the quick return of injured and sick animals to their owners.

   (6) Passage of this bill would reduce the number of unowned cats and increase education to owners as to the need for sterilization of cats, thereby reducing unwanted litters, eliminating cat over-population problems, and reducing the costs to cities and towns for euthanizing at-large or unowned cats.

   (7) Cat identification would help support public health and safety in the control of rabies.

   The purpose of this chapter, therefore, is to establish a cat identification program, which would require that an owner of a cat maintain an identification for the cat. These measures will also reduce the spread of rabies.

 

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S T A T E   O F   R H O D E   I S L A N D

IN GENERAL ASSEMBLY

JANUARY SESSION, A.D. 1997
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A N   A C T

RELATING TO ANIMALS AND ANIMAL HUSBANDRY

 

Introduced By: Senators Perry, Sosnowski, Nygaard, Walaska and Bates
Date Introduced: February 12, 1997
Referred To: Senate Committee on Special Legislation

 

It is enacted by the General Assembly as follows

SECTION 1. Title 4 of the general laws entitled "Animals and Animal Husbandry" is hereby amended by adding thereto the following chapter:

{ADD CHAPTER 22

CAT IDENTIFICATION PROGRAM ADD}

{ADD 4-22-1. Findings and purpose. -- ADD} {ADD (a) The state finds that a cat identification program, which would require an owner of a cat to maintain an identification for the cat and to sterilize at large cats, would serve the following public purposes:

(1) Cat identification would provide cats protection under the law, equal to that afforded dogs, by establishing ownership which, in turn, would encourage cat owners to take full responsibility for their pets' welfare.

(2) Cat identification would protect cats, as dogs are now protected, by establishing minimum holding periods for cats released to and/or impounded by the municipal animal control facilities and the private animal shelters.

(3) A program to require cat identification should facilitate the return of owned cats.

(4) Cat identification would provide a method to help distinguish between owned and unowned cat populations.

(5) Cat identification would advance the reduction of the untold suffering of cats at-large in our state.

(6) Passage of this bill would reduce the number of unowned cats, thereby reducing unwanted litters, over population, and the costs to the cities and towns for euthanizing at-large or unowned cats.

(7) Cat identification would help support public health and safety in the control of rabies.

(b) The state also finds that requiring cats allowed outside to be sterilized will significantly decrease the number of unwanted cats because for example;

(1) In seven (7) years, one (1) female cat can be responsible for thirty-two thousand seven hundred and sixty seven (32,767) offspring, and

(2) Unsterilized cats allowed outside impregnate other cats and give birth to kittens outside, adding to the state's at-large, roaming and feral cat population.

(c) The purpose of this chapter therefore, is to establish a cat identification program, which would require that an owner of a cat maintain an identification for the cat, and to require sterilization of outdoor cats in the state of Rhode Island. These measures will also reduce the spread of rabies. ADD}

{ADD 4-22-2. Definitions. -- ADD} {ADD For the purposes of this article:

(a) "At large" means (1) on the premises of a person other than an owner of the cat, without the consent of an occupant or owner of such premises, or (2) on a public street, on public or private school grounds, or in any other public place, except when under the physical control of an owner.

(b) "Roaming cat" means any homeless or stray socialized cat.

(c) "Feral cat" means any wild, unsocialized or untamed cat.

(d) "Identification" means" a traceable form of identification such as (1) a collar and a flat or hanging tag worn by a cat which includes the current name, address and telephone number of the owner, or (2) a rabies vaccination tag, or (3) an ear tag issued by a licensed veterinarian or by a licensed animal shelter or licensed municipal pound, (4) a registered microchip which is used in conjunction with a visible collar and tag, or (5) a tag form a licensed animal shelter or licensed municipal pound, or (6) a tattoo registered with the National Dog Registry or other similar national tattoo service, or (7) a cat license issued by a Rhode Island city or town, or (8) in the case of feral cats, a tipped or notched ear in conjunction with a microchip or any of the above other forms of identification.

(e) "Impounded cat" means any cat released to or under the custody of or control of a licensed animal shelter or licensed municipal pound.

(f) "Owner" means any person who keeps, has permanent custody, owns, maintains, harbors, provides care or sustenance for, has control or charge of or responsibility for a cat or who permits a cat to habitually be or remain on or be lodged or fed within such person's property or premises. Any refusal to permit any animal control officer to impound such cat shall be deemed evidence of ownership unless ownership of the cat by another party is established.

(g) "Person" includes corporations, firms, joint stock companies, association, partnerships, estates and trusts, and one or more individual human beings, private or municipal corporations, state commissions, political subdivisions, a state, any interstate body or the federal government or any agency or subdivision thereof. ADD}

{ADD 4-22-3. Required cat identification. -- ADD} {ADD It shall be unlawful for any person to be an owner of a cat over three (3) months of age unless the person maintains an identification worn by the cat at all times.

The identification provisions in this law are not applicable to the following:

(a) Cats brought into the state exclusively for the purpose of entering them in a cat show or cat exhibition or for breeding purposes and does not remain in this state for more than fifteen (15) days and which is not allowed to be at large.

(b) Cats owned by any person who is not a resident of the state and is traveling through the state temporarily and for a period not to exceed thirty (30) days.

(c) Cats temporarily kept by licensed veterinarians, licensed kennels, or licensed animal shelters or licensed municipal pounds who maintain on their premises cats owned by others.

(d) Cats temporarily kept by owners of licensed pet shops for purposes of sale or by licensed animal shelters or licensed municipal pounds for purposes of adoption.

(e) Pedigreed cats kept exclusively indoors and maintained for commercial breeding and stud purposes. ADD}

{ADD 4-22-4. Removal of cat identification. -- ADD} {ADD It shall be unlawful for any person other than an animal control officer, licensed veterinarian, licensed animal shelter, licensed municipal pound, or a person authorized by an animal control officer to remove any identification from any cat not owned by the person. ADD}

{ADD 4-22-5. Sterilization of at-large cat. -- ADD} {ADD It shall be unlawful for a cat owner to allow a cat over the age of six (6) months to be at-large unless the cat has been sterilized by a licensed veterinarian.

If a licensed veterinarian issues a written report stating that the life of the cat would be jeopardized by sterilization surgery and that such health condition is likely to be permanent, there can be an exemption from this sterilization requirement. ADD}

{ADD 4-22-6. Holding at-large or impounded cats. -- ADD} {ADD (a) In the case of any at-large, roaming, or feral cat released to or impounded in a licensed animal shelter or licensed municipal pound wearing any form of identification specified in the definitions section, the animal shelter or pound shall make a reasonable attempt to notify the owner by telephone, or by sending written notice to the owner. The at large roaming or feral cat shall be held by the animal shelter or pound for not less than five (5) days, after which time the animal shelter or pound may offer the cat for adoption, or euthanize the cat, if not sooner recovered by the owner. The five (5) days shall not include any day or part thereof that the public pound is not open for a specified period of time, not to be less than one-half the normal hours of business. An owner wishing to recover the cat shall pay the reasonable and customary daily impoundment fees and other associated fees for each full day, or fraction thereof, that the cat is held by the animal shelter or pound. The provisions of this section relating to the five (5) day holding period shall not be deemed to apply to any cat which, impounded hereunder, was injured or maimed, and after the cat has been examined by a licensed veterinarian who shall confirm, in writing, that the cat be destroyed for humanitarian purposes.

(b) In the case of any at-large, roaming, or feral cat released to or impounded in a licensed animal shelter or licensed municipal pound not wearing any form of identification as specified in the definitions section, the animal shelter or pound shall hold the at-large, roaming, or feral cat for not less than forty-eight (48) hours, after which time the animal shelter or pound may offer the cat for adoption, or euthanize the cat, if not sooner recovered by a person claiming ownership. The forty-eight (48) hours shall not include any day or part thereof that the public pound is not open for a specified period of time, not to be less than one-half the normal hours of business. The owner or keeper of any cat or so impounded shall pay the reasonable and customary daily impoundment fees and other associated fees for each full day, or fraction thereof, that the cat is held at the animal shelter or pound. The provisions of this section relating to the forty-eight (48) hour holding period shall not be deemed to apply to any cat which, impounded hereunder, was injured or maimed, and after the cat has been examined by a licensed veterinarian who shall confirm, in writing, that the cat be destroyed for humanitarian purposes.

(c) If an at-large cat without identification released to or impounded in a licensed animal shelter or licensed municipal pound is dangerous and presents a danger to the safety of shelter personnel, the cat may be euthanized prior to the expiration of its holding period at the discretion of the animal control officer, veterinarian or shelter management. ADD}

{ADD 4-22-7. Enforcement. -- ADD} {ADD An impounded at-large, roaming, or feral cat not wearing any identification may not be released to the owner of the cat until the owner complies with the identification requirements of this act. ADD}

{ADD 4-22-8. Violations. -- ADD} {ADD Any animal control officer, and his agents, may issue to any person in violation of this section a notice of violation. Persons who violate any provision of this section shall be subject to a fine as defined under section 4-2-1 of the Rhode Island general laws per violation per animal. Each and every incidence which goes unremedied for thirty (30) days after written notice of violation hereunder shall constitute a subsequent offense and subsequent fines will apply.

All fines collected under this section will be remitted to the town clerk or city clerk of the municipality where the violation was issued. Such fines shall be used by the municipality only for enforcing animal control laws or ordinances or for programs to house and care for cars. ADD}

{ADD 4-22-9. Authorization to impound cats. -- ADD} {ADD Animal control officers and their agents are authorized and empowered to impound any roaming or feral cat at-large and to dispose of the same pursuant to the provisions of section 4-19-12. Licensed animal shelters are authorized to accept any roaming or feral cat released to them for impoundment and to dispose of the same pursuant to the provisions of section 4-19-12. ADD}

{ADD 4-22-10. Adoption of municipal ordinance. -- ADD} {ADD No provision of this chapter shall prohibit any city or town from adopting any provision of this chapter as a municipal ordinance. ADD}

SECTION 2. This act shall take effect on January 1, 1998.

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EXPLANATION
BY THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL
OF
AN ACT
RELATING TO ANIMALS AND ANIMAL HUSBANDRY

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This act would require cat owners to license their cats.

The act would take effect on January 1, 1998.

 

 

TITLE 4
Animals and Animal Husbandry

CHAPTER 4-22
Cat Identification Program

SECTION 4-22-5


 

   § 4-22-5  Holding At-Large or Impounded Cats. – (a) In the case of any at-large or roaming or feral cat released to or impounded in a licensed animal shelter or licensed municipal pound wearing any form of identification specified in the definitions section the animal shelter or pound shall make a reasonable attempt to notify the owner by telephone, or by sending written notice to the owner. The at-large or roaming or feral cat shall be held by the animal shelter or pound for not less than five days, after which time the animal shelter or pound may offer the cat for adoption, sale or otherwise dispose of the cat, if not sooner recovered by the owner. The five days shall not include any day or part thereof that the public pound or animal shelter is not open for a specified period of time, not to be less than one-half the normal hours of business. An owner wishing to recover the cat shall pay the reasonable and customary daily impoundment fees and other associated fees for each full day, or fraction thereof, that the cat is held by the animal shelter or pound. The provisions of this section relating to the five (5) day holding period shall not be deemed to apply to any cat which, impounded hereunder, was injured or maimed, and after the cat has been examined by a licensed veterinarian who shall confirm, in writing, that the cat be destroyed for humanitarian purposes.

   (b) In the case of any at-large or roaming or feral cat released to or impounded in a licensed animal shelter or licensed municipal pound not wearing any form of identification as specified in the definitions section, the animal shelter or pound shall hold the at-large or roaming or feral cat for not less than two (2) days, after which time the animal shelter or pound may offer the cat for adoption, sale or otherwise dispose of the cat, if not sooner recovered by a person claiming ownership. The two (2) days shall not include any day or part thereof that the public pound or animal shelter is not open for a specified period of time, not to be less than one-half the normal hours of business. The owner or keeper of any cat so impounded shall pay the reasonable and customary daily impoundment fees and other associated fees for each full day, or fraction thereof, that the cat is held at the animal shelter or pound. The provisions of this section relating to the two (2) day holding period shall not be deemed to apply to any cat which, impounded hereunder, was injured or maimed, and after the cat has been examined by a licensed veterinarian who shall confirm, in writing, that the cat be destroyed for humanitarian purposes.

   (c) If an at-large or roaming or feral cat without identification released to or impounded in a licensed animal shelter or a licensed municipal pound is dangerous and presents a danger to the safety of shelter personnel, the cat may be euthanized prior to the expiration of its holding period at the discretion of an animal control officer, a licensed veterinarian or the shelter management.

 

TITLE 4
Animals and Animal Husbandry

CHAPTER 4-22
Cat Identification Program

SECTION 4-22-3


 

   § 4-22-3  Required Cat Identification. – It shall be unlawful for any person to be an owner of a cat over three months of age unless the person maintains an identification worn by the cat at all times.

   The identification provisions in this law are not applicable to the following:

   (a) A cat brought into the state exclusively for the purpose of entering them in a cat show or cat exhibition or for breeding purposes and which does not remain in this state for more than fifteen (15) days and which is not allowed to be at large.

   (b) A cat owned by any person who is not a resident of the state and is traveling through the state temporarily and for a period not to exceed thirty (30) days.

   (c) A cat temporarily kept by a licensed veterinarian, a licensed kennel, or a licensed animal shelter or a licensed municipal pound who maintain on their premises cats owned by others.

   (d) A cat temporarily kept by owners of a licensed pet shop for purposes of sale or by a licensed animal shelter or a licensed municipal pound for purposes of adoption.

   (e) A cat kept exclusively indoors or confined in outdoor areas and maintained for pedigreed cat breeding and stud purposes.

 

TITLE 4
Animals and Animal Husbandry

CHAPTER 4-22
Cat Identification Program

SECTION 4-22-2


 

   § 4-22-2  Definitions. – For the purposes of this chapter:

   (a) "At-large" means: (1) On the premises of a person other than an owner of the cat, without the consent of an occupant or owner of such premises, or (2) on a public street or highway, on public or private school grounds, or in any other public place, except when under the physical control of an owner.

   (b) "Roaming cat" means any homeless socialized cat or any stray socialized cat.

   (c) "Feral cat" means any wild, unsocialized or untamed cat.

   (d) "Identification" means: a traceable form of identification such as (1) a collar and a flat or hanging tag worn by a cat which includes the current name, address and telephone number of the owner, or (2) a rabies vaccination tax, or (3) an ear tag issued by a licensed veterinarian or by a licensed animal shelter or licensed municipal pound, or (4) a registered microchip which is used in conjunction with a visible collar and tag or in conjunction with a faceted, reflective ear stud, or (5) a tag from a licensed animal shelter or licensed municipal pound, or (6) a tattoo registered with the National Dog Registry or other similar national tattoo service, or (7) a cat license issued by a Rhode Island city or town, or (8) a collar incorporating embroidery as a type of information labeling rather than a hanging or flat tag or (9) in the case of feral cats, a tipped or notched ear in conjunction with a microchip or any of the above other forms of identification. The intent is to allow flexibility in the types of identification available for cats and to incorporate other types of cat identification in the future as they are developed.

   (e) "Impounded cat" means any cat released to or under the custody of or control of a licensed animal shelter or licensed municipal pound.

   (f) "Owner" means (1) any person who keeps, has permanent custody, owns, maintains, harbors, provides care or sustenance for, has control or charge of or responsibility for a cat or who permits a cat to habitually be or remain on or be lodged or fed within such person's property or premises, and (2) any refusal to permit any animal control officer to impound such cat shall be deemed evidence of ownership unless ownership of the cat by another party is established.

   (g) "Person" means an individual, firm, jointstock company, partnership, association, private, or municipal corporation, state, commission, political subdivision, a state, any interstate body or the federal government or any agency or subdivision thereof.

   (h) "Guardian" shall mean a person(s) having the same rights and responsibilities of an owner, and both terms shall be used interchangeably. A guardian shall also mean a person who possesses, has title to or an interest in, harbors or has control, custody or possession of an animal and who is responsible for an animal's safety and well being.

 

TITLE 4
Animals and Animal Husbandry

CHAPTER 4-24
Permit Program for Cats

SECTION 4-24-2


 

   § 4-24-2  Legislative findings. – The general assembly hereby finds and declares that:

   (1) An unacceptable number of healthy, but abandoned cats are euthanized annually in Rhode Island.

   (2) Due to the large number of stray and abandoned cats, euthanasia is not a cost effective, acceptable or ethical solution to the threats to public health and safety posed by large populations of stray, feral or homeless cats.

   (3) Stray and abandoned pets, specifically cats, create numerous public health and safety problems, including transmission of disease and traffic hazards created by cats running loose on public streets.

   (4) A permit system for breeding of cats owned or harbored in the state, combined with a program for spaying/neutering, is a reasonable and effective means of reducing the population of abandoned or stray cats, and for eliminating the practice of euthanizing homeless cats, except those for whom euthanasia is an escape from suffering or necessary to protect people and/or other animals from vicious behavior.

   The general assembly therefor finds and declares that it intends to provide for the public health, safety and welfare through a program requiring spaying and neutering cats unless appropriate permits are acquired. The provisions of this chapter shall be in addition to the cat registration or identifying program requirements set forth in this title.

 

To be continued as Rhode Island has about 500 laws thus far in the works of acceptance.

Vermont: 

At the present time there are no issues what so ever with cats in the state of Vermont.
 

CANADA

NEW BRUNSWICK

There are no bills in process at this time.


NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABARDOR:  There are no bills in process at this time.

Prince Edward Island

Housing Standards for Cats and Dogs in Companion Animal Establishments Regulations, P.E.I. Reg. EC682/03

Citation: Housing Standards for Cats and Dogs in Companion Animal Establishments Regulations, P.E.I. Reg. EC682/03
Enabling Statute: Companion Animal Protection Act, R.S.P.E.I. 1988, c. C-14.1
URL: http://www.canlii.org/pe/laws/regu/2003r.682/20080715/whole.html
Version downloaded by CanLII on 2008-07-15  

Warning: This document predates the last update of the collection. It might have been modified or omitted since this last update.

                             PLEASE NOTE
This document, prepared by the Legislative Counsel Office, is an office
consolidation of this regulation, current to February 1, 2004. It is intended for
information and reference purposes only.

This document is not the official version of these regulations. The regulations and
the amendments printed in the Royal Gazette should be consulted to determine the
authoritative text of these regulations.

For more information concerning the history of these regulations, please see the
Table of Regulations.

If you find any errors or omissions in this consolidation, please contact:

                             Legislative Counsel Office
                                Tel: (902) 368-4291
                            Email: legislation@gov.pe.ca
 
CHAPTER 14.1

            COMPANION ANIMAL PROTECTION ACT

    HOUSING STANDARDS FOR CATS AND DOGS IN
 COMPANION ANIMAL ESTABLISHMENTS REGULATIONS

Pursuant to section 18 of the Companion Animal Protection Act
R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. C-14.1, Council made the following regulations:

1. In these regulations                                                        Definitions

    (a) "Act" means the Companion Animal Protection Act R.S.P.E.I.             Act
    1988, Cap. C-14.1;
    (b) "cat" means a male or female adult or juvenile cat, and includes a     cat
    kitten;
    (c) "cat length" means the length of a cat measured from the tip of        cat length
    the nose to the base of the tail;
    (d) "dog" means a male or female adult or juvenile dog, and includes       dog
    a puppy;
    (e) "dog length" means the length of a dog measured from the tip of        dog length
    the nose to the base of the tail;
    (f) "housing unit" means any cage or other enclosure used to house a       housing unit
    cat or dog, but does not include housing in a cage while transporting
    a dog or cat outside a companion animal establishment;
    (g) "shoulder height" means the height of a cat or dog as measured         shoulder height
    from a flat surface on which the cat or dog is standing to the highest
    part of the back at the base of the neck of the cat or dog. (EC682/03)
2. (1) Every licencee housing a single cat or dog in a housing unit shall      Minimum floor
ensure that the floor space of the housing unit housing the cat or dog is at   space

least the minimum floor space, as determined by the Schedule, using the
cat or dog length of the animal being housed.
  (2) Every licencee housing a cat or dog that is nursing her young shall      Nursing of
ensure that the minimum floor space of the housing unit is the minimum         offspring

floor space required under subsection (1) plus an additional 10% floor
space for each cat or dog in the litter. (EC682/03)
3. Every licensee housing one or more cats or dogs in a housing unit           Minimum length
shall ensure that the shortest length and width dimensions of the housing      and width
                                                                               requirements
unit shall be not less than


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                          (a) the cat length or dog length of the longest cat or dog housed in
                          the housing unit; or
                          (b) 35 centimetres,
                      whichever is greater. (EC682/03)
Minimum height        4. (1) Every licensee housing one or more dogs in a housing unit shall
requirements          ensure that the minimum height of the housing unit is
                           (a) 1.5 times the shoulder height of the tallest dog housed in the
                           housing unit; and
                           (b) not less than 20 centimetres from the top of the head of the tallest
                           dog to the ceiling of the housing unit, as measured when the dog is
                           standing.
Idem                    (2) Every licensee housing one or more cats in a housing unit shall
                      ensure that the minimum height of the housing unit shall be
                          (a) 1.5 times the shoulder height of the tallest cat housed in the
                          housing unit; and
                          (b) not less than 20 centimetres from the top of the head of the tallest
                          cat to the ceiling of the housing unit, as measured when the cat is
                          standing on the perch required under section 7. (EC682/03)
Two or more cats or   5. Where two or more cats or dogs are housed in a single housing unit,
dogs in a housing     the licensee housing the cats or dogs shall ensure that the minimum floor
unit
                      space of the housing unit for each cat or dog is the
                           (a) minimum floor space required by the longest cat or dog housed
                           in the housing unit as required under subsection 2(1); and
                           (b) 35% of the floor space required by clause (a) for each additional
                           cat or dog in the housing unit. (EC682/03)
Housing unit          6. Every licensee housing a cat or dog in a housing unit shall ensure that
construction          the housing unit has
                           (a) at least one wall constructed of transparent material or mesh;
                           (b) a solid floor space of at least 1/3 the minimum floor space as
                           required under these regulations; and
                           (c) containers for drinking water and food that
                              (i) are affixed to a wall or the floor to prevent tipping, or
                              (ii) are of a design that prevents tipping. (EC682/03)
Perches for cats      7. (1) Every licensee housing a cat shall ensure that the housing unit has
                      a perch that
                           (a) in the case of a single cat, has an area of at least 1/4 the floor
                           space required under subsection 2(1);
                           (b) in the case of a cat nursing her young, has an area of at least 1/4
                           the floor space required under subsection 2(2); and




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     (c) in the case of two or more cats being housed in a single housing
     unit, has an area of at least 1/4 the floor space required under section
     5.
  (2) The perch required under subsection (1) shall be located at least 20             Height of perch
centimetres above the floor of the housing unit.
  (3) The perch required under subsection (1) shall be in addition to the              Perch additional
floor space for a housing unit required under subsection 2(1).                         space

(EC682/03)




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                                         SCHEDULE

                                 Minimum Floor Space

    cat length or 1-20    21-     31-     41-        51-    61-   71-    81-    91-    101-
    dog length in         30      40      50         60     70    80     90     100    110
    centimetres

    minimum floor 0.20    0.30    0.42    0.56       0.72   0.9   1.10   1.32   1.56   1.82
    space in square
    metres
    (EC682/03)




                                           
 
 

Ticket Regulations, P.E.I. Reg. EC321/01

Citation: Ticket Regulations, P.E.I. Reg. EC321/01
Enabling Statute: Summary Proceedings Act, R.S.P.E.I. 1988, c. S-9
URL: http://www.canlii.org/pe/laws/regu/2001r.321/20080715/whole.html
Version downloaded by CanLII on 2008-07-15  

Warning: This document predates the last update of the collection. It might have been modified or omitted since this last update.

                             PLEASE NOTE
This document, prepared by the Legislative Counsel Office, is an office
consolidation of this regulation, current to July 5, 2008. It is intended for
information and reference purposes only.

This document is not the official version of these regulations. The regulations and
the amendments printed in the Royal Gazette should be consulted to determine the
authoritative text of these regulations.

For more information concerning the history of these regulations, please see the
Table of Regulations.

If you find any errors or omissions in this consolidation, please contact:

                             Legislative Counsel Office
                                Tel: (902) 368-4291
                            Email: legislation@gov.pe.ca
 
CHAPTER S-9
                  SUMMARY PROCEEDINGS ACT

                       TICKET REGULATIONS

Pursuant to section 10 of the Summary Proceedings Act R.S.P.E.I. 1988,
Cap. S-9, Council made the following regulations:

1. For the purposes of section 10 of the Act, the form of the ticket shall     Form of ticket
be as set out in Schedule 1 to these regulations. (EC58/08)
2. For the purposes of section 10 of the Act, the offences under the           Designated offences
provisions of the enactments set out in Schedule 2 to these regulations
are designated as offences in respect of which a ticket may be issued.
(EC58/08)
3. (1) The words or expressions set out in Column I of Schedule 2 may          Words and
be used on a ticket to designate an offence under the provision of the         expressions
                                                                               describing offence
enactment referred to in Column II thereof.
   (2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), any words or expressions used on a      Idem
ticket which describe with sufficient clarity the offence committed shall
be for all purposes a sufficient description of an offence designated in
Schedule 2. (EC58/08)
4. Where there appears in respect of an offence described in Column I of       Penalty for out of
Schedule 2, under a provision of an enactment referred to in Column II         court settlement

thereof, an amount in Column III thereof setting out a specified penalty
for an out-of-court settlement in respect of that offence, the issuing
officer may endorse on the ticket the specified penalty and the total of the
specified penalty and the surcharge prescribed under subsection 9(2) of
the Victims of Crime Act R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. V-3.1, and where such an
endorsement is made the provisions of section 11 of the Summary
Proceedings Act have effect. (EC58/08)
5. The Summary Proceedings Act Ticket Regulations (EC321/01) are               Revocation
revoked. (EC58/08)
 
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                   SCHEDULE 1




    (EC58/08)
 
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                  Ticket Regulations




(EC58/08)
 
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    (EC58/08)
 
Updated 2008   Summary Proceedings Act   Cap. S-9   5
                  Ticket Regulations




(EC58/08)
 
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                   Ticket Regulations




    (EC58/08)
 
Updated 2008   Summary Proceedings Act   Cap. S-9   7
                  Ticket Regulations




(EC58/08)
 
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                                                  SCHEDULE 2


                                                       PART 1
                            AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS STANDARDS ACT
                                    R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. A-9

    Item                                 Column I                               Column II        Column III
    Number                                Offence                                Section      Penalty for out of
                                                                                               court settlement
    1     Marketing substandard product or product that does not                             $25 (1st offence)
            meet standards on grades required by the Act or does                             200 (2nd or
            not comply with the regulations..................................      6        subsequent offence)

                                                       PART 2
                                 ANIMAL HEALTH AND PROTECTION ACT
                                       R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. A-11.1

    Item                                   Column I                                 Column II       Column III
    Number                                  Offence                                  Section        Penalty for
                                                                                                    out of court
                                                                                                     settlement
    1 Owner failing to comply with order of inspector ...................              3.2(5)           $100
    2 Transporting or causing the transport of diseased animal into
         or out of restricted area.........................................            3.3(4)            100
    3 Causing animal unnecessary pain, suffering or injury.........                    8.1(1)            100
    4 Owner of animal causing or permitting animal to be or
         continue to be in distress.......................................             8.1(2)            100
    5 Owner served with an order failing to comply with its
         terms...............................................................          12(5)             100
    6 Obstructing, interfering with or giving false information to
         an inspector or provincial veterinarian........................                 18              100

                                                       PART 3
                                 ANIMAL HEALTH AND PROTECTION ACT
                                       Animal Health Regulations
                                              (EC193/91)

    Item                                   Column I                                 Column II       Column III
    Number                                  Offence                                  Section        Penalty for
                                                                                                    out of court
                                                                                                     settlement
    1 Owner of animal, veterinarian and any other person having
         custody of animal who suspects animal is suffering from
         a named disease failing to notify Provincial
         Veterinarian .....................................................             3(1)            $100
    2 Allowing transportation of or transporting animal or animal
         by-product from premises without approval of inspector
         where an order made under subsection 3.2(2) of the Act
         is posted on premises..........................................               6(1)(a)           100
 
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3 Allowing animal or animal by-product to be transported or
     transporting animal or animal by-product to premises
     without approval of inspector where an order made under
     subsection 3.2(2) of the Act is posted on premises ..........                 6(1)(b)         100
4 Failing to ensure vehicle is disinfected in manner acceptable
     to inspector after transportation is completed of animal or
     animal by-product to farm or premises on which an order
     made under subsection 3.2(2) of the Act is posted .........                    6(2)           100

                                                  PART 4
                           ANIMAL HEALTH AND PROTECTION ACT
                                   Bee Health Regulations
                                        (EC271/01)

Item                                   Column I                                   Column II    Column III
Number                                  Offence                                    Section     Penalty for
                                                                                               out of court
                                                                                                settlement
1 Beekeepers failing to give inspector reasonable assistance and
      access to bees and bee equipment ..............................                4(3)         $100
2 Transporting bees into province from area not free of Class A
      diseases ............................................................          5(2)          100
3 Person transporting bees through an area not free of Class A
      diseases and into province failing to ensure bees coming
      into province do not come into contact with other bees
      during transport ..................................................            5(4)          100
4 Transporting bees into province without obtaining bee health
      certificate ..........................................................         6(1)          100
5 Failing to mark bee equipment or packing containers with the
      province or country of origin and with the laboratory
      sample number and date bees were sampled .................                     6(3)          100
6 Transporting genetic material into province without holding
      genetic material health certificate .............................            6.1(1)(a)       100
7 Transporting genetic material into province where genetic
      material originated outside Canada ............................              6.1(1)(b)       100
8 Transporting genetic material into province contrary to
      manner specified on genetic material health certificate.....                 6.1(1)(c)       100
9 Failing to stop at weigh station at Border ­ Carleton or Wood
      Islands when transporting bees or bee equipment into
      province ...........................................................           7(2)          100
10 Driver of vehicle transporting bees or bee equipment
      containing bees into province failing to provide bee health
      certificate at weigh station .......................................           7(4)          100
11 Failing to destroy bee equipment............................................     9.1(a)         100
12 Improperly storing bee equipment.................................                9.1(b)         100
 
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                                                                PART 5
                                     ANIMAL HEALTH AND PROTECTION ACT
                                          Swine Importation Regulations
                                                  (EC523/98)

     Item                                          Column I                                         Column II        Column III
     Number                                         Offence                                          Section         Penalty for
                                                                                                                     out of court
                                                                                                                      settlement
     1 Importing swine, swine semen or market hogs without
          obtaining import permit..........................................                               3(1)           $100
     2 Driver of vehicle transporting swine or market hogs into
          province failing to provide import permit, on request.......                                    4(2)            100
     3 Driver of vehicle transporting swine into province without
          valid import permit failing to leave province..................                                4(3)(b)          100
     4 Failing to dispose of infected swine as directed by provincial
          veterinarian........................................................                             7              100

                                                                PART 6
                                             AUTOMOBILE JUNK YARDS ACT
                                                R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. A-25

     Item                                      Column I                                  Column II                Column III
     Number                                     Offence                                   Section              Penalty for out of
                                                                                                                court settlement
     1 Operating automobile junk yard without a valid permit...                                   2(1)          $200 (individual)
                                                                                                               1,000 (corporation)
     2 Failing to comply with terms of a notice..........................                    5(1)(a)             200 (individual)
                                                                                                               1,000 (corporation)

                                                                PART 7
                                      COMPANION ANIMAL PROTECTION ACT
                                           R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. C-14.1

     Item                                          Column I                                         Column II        Column III
     Number                                         Offence                                          Section         Penalty for
                                                                                                                     out of court
                                                                                                                      settlement
     1     Wilfully causing companion animal unnecessary pain,
             suffering or injury...............................................................           3(1)           $200
 
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                                                             PART 8
                             COMPANION ANIMAL PROTECTION ACT
                      Housing Standards for Cats and Dogs in Companion Animal
                                     Establishments Regulations
                                             (EC682/03)

Item                                           Column I                                           Column II   Column III
Number                                          Offence                                            Section    Penalty for
                                                                                                              out of court
                                                                                                               settlement
1 Failing to provide minimum floor space in cat or dog housing
     unit......................................................................................       2          $200
2 Failing to provide minimum length or width dimension in
     housing unit........................................................................             3           200
3 Failing to provide minimum height requirement in housing
     unit......................................................................................       4           200
4 Failing to provide minimum floor space in cat or dog housing
     unit housing multiple cats or dogs......................................                         5           200
5 Failing to use proper materials in construction of housing
     unit......................................................................................       6           200
6 Failing to provide proper perch, or perches, in housing unit
     housing a cat or multiple cats..............................................                     7           200

                                                             PART 9
                                                        DOG ACT
                                                R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. D-13

Item                                           Column I                                           Column II   Column III
Number                                          Offence                                            Section    Penalty for
                                                                                                              out of court
                                                                                                               settlement
1 Owner, upon receipt of dog license, failing to suspend metal
     tag from collar fastened around dog's neck...................                                   2(7)        $100
2 Owner failing to retain written certificate of dog license
     during period of its effectiveness...............................                             2(7)(a)        100
3 Owner failing to ensure that metal tag of dog license remains
     suspended from collar fastened around dog's neck during
     period of its effectiveness........................................                           2(7)(b)        100
4 Owner allowing dog to run at large.................................                                 9           100
5 Owner failing to restrain dog by leash and muzzle and by
     other means as ordered until dog taken into custody.........                                   16(6)         100
6 Obstructing, impeding or assaulting a peace officer or any
     person assisting a peace officer or aiding or assisting any
     person obstructing, impeding or assaulting a peace
     officer .............................................................                           16.8         100
7 Failing to comply with order made under subsection 16(4) or
     section 16.1........................................................                            21           100
 
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                                                            PART 10
                                       ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT
                                            R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. E-9

     Item                                    Column I                                 Column II                   Column III
     Number                                   Offence                                    Section               Penalty for out of
                                                                                                                court settlement
     1     Altering watercourse without a permit..................................... 10                        $200 (individual)
                                                                                                               1,000 (corporation)
     2     Altering wetland without a permit............................................ 10                      200 (individual)
                                                                                                               1,000 (corporation)
     3     Discharging or causing or permitting contaminant to be                                        20(a)   200 (individual)
               discharged..........................................................                            1,000 (corporation)
     4     Owner or person having control of contaminant, discharging                                            200 (individual)
               or causing or permitting a contaminant to be discharged..... 20(b) 1,000 (corporation)
     5     Failing to notify Department of discharge of contaminant into                                         200 (individual)
               the environment without the Minister's permission............ 21                                1,000 (corporation)
     6     Operating motor vehicle on beach or sand dune without                                                 200 (individual)
               permit.................................................................................. 22(a) 1,000 (corporation)
     7     Carrying out activities that may alter or destroy beach or sand                                       200 (individual)
               dune.................................................................................... 22(b) 1,000 (corporation)
     8     Littering..................................................................................... 24     200 (individual)
                                                                                                               1,000 (corporation)
     9     Failing to comply with any term or condition or other
               provision of any order, license, approval or permit issued
               by the Minister or environment officer under this Act or                                          200 (individual)
               the regulations..................................................................... 32         1,000 (corporation)
     10    Failing to comply with terms or conditions of watercourse                                             200 (individual)
               alteration permit.................................................................. 32(1) 1,000 (corporation)
     11    Failing to comply with terms or conditions of wetland                                                 200 (individual)
               alteration permit.................................................................. 32(1) 1,000 (corporation)

                                                            PART 11
                                       ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT
                                             Air Quality Regulations
                                                  (EC377/92)

     Item                                    Column I                                 Column II            Column III
     Number                                   Offence                                    Section        Penalty for out of
                                                                                                         court settlement
     1 Discharging contaminant into air from any industrial source,                                      $200 (individual)
          incinerator or fuel-burning equipment without permit ...... 2(1)                              1,000 (corporation)
     2 Discharging contaminant into air from any industrial source,
          incinerator or fuel-burning equipment which causes a
          concentration in the ambient air greater than the                            200 (individual)
          maximum concentration specified in permit .................... 2(2)        1,000 (corporation)
     3 Burning used lubricating oil without permit ......................... 8(1)(a)   200 (individual)
                                                                                     1,000 (corporation)
     4 Burning hazardous substances without permit ...................... 8(1)(b)      200 (individual)
                                                                                     1,000 (corporation)
     5 Burning biomedical waste without permit ............................ 8(1)(c)    200 (individual)
                                                                                     1,000 (corporation)
     6 Burning motor vehicle tires without permit .......................... 8(1)(d)   200 (individual)
                                                                                     1,000 (corporation)
 
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7 Burning animal or human cadavers without permit .............. 8(1)(e)                                  200 (individual)
                                                                                                        1,000 (corporation)
8 Burning railway ties and wood treated with wood                                                         200 (individual)
     preservatives ....................................................................       8(1)(f)   1,000 (corporation)
9 Burning waste materials from building or construction sites
     or from building demolition without permit unless                                                  200 (individual)
     permitted under the Fire Prevention Act .........................                        8(1)(g) 1,000 (corporation)
10 Burning trash, garbage, litter or other waste from                                                   200 (individual)
     commercial, industrial or municipal operation ................                           8(1)h) 1,000 (corporation)
11 Burning materials containing rubber or plastic without                                               200 (individual)
     permit ...............................................................................   8(1)(i) 1,000 (corporation)
12 Burning spilled oil or oil production by-products without
     permit except as required for purposes of forest                                                   200 (individual)
     management or fire suppression treatment .......................                         8(1)(j) 1,000 (corporation)
13 Burning materials disposed of as part of reclamation                                                 200 (individual)
     purposes without permit ...................................................              8(1)(k) 1,000 (corporation)
14 Burning animal manure without permit ................................                      8(1)(l)   200 (individual)
                                                                                                      1,000 (corporation)
15 Burning or permitting the burning of waste, garbage or litter
      at a public disposal site without written authorization of                                          200 (individual)
      Minister ...........................................................................      8(2)    1,000 (corporation)
16 Burning or permitting the burning, in any industrial source,
      fuel-burning equipment or incinerator which the source,                                             200 (individual)
      equipment or incinerator was not designed to burn .........                               8(3)    1,000 (corporation)
17 Burning or permitting the burning, in any industrial source,
      fuel-burning equipment, incinerator or fuel or waste at a
      greater rate than the rate for which the source, equipment                                          200 (individual)
      or incinerator was designed ..............................................                8(4)    1,000 (corporation)
18 Storing, handling, using or transporting solid, liquid or
      gaseous material or substance in such manner that a                                                 200 (individual)
      contaminant is discharged into air without permit ...........                             9(1)    1,000 (corporation)

                                                          PART 12
                            ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT
                  Drinking Water and Wastewater Facility Operating Regulations
                                         (EC710/04)

Item                                      Column I                                    Column II            Column III
Number                                     Offence                                     Section            Penalty for out of
                                                                                                           court settlement
1 Operating a facility without a facility classification                                                 $200 (individual)
     certificate ..................................................................           2(1)      1,000 (corporation)
2 Failing to give notice of modification to facility ...........                              2(4)        200 (individual)
                                                                                                        1,000 (corporation)
3 Failing to place responsibility for facility with operator
     holding operator's certificate of required                                                           200 (individual)
     classification .............................................................             4(1)      1,000 (corporation)
4 Acting as operator of facility without operator's                                                       200 (individual)
     certificate of required classification ..........................                        4(2)      1,000 (corporation)
5 Operating public drinking water supply facility that is                                                 200 (individual)
     not registered ..........................................................                7(1)      1,000 (corporation)
6 Failing to ensure samples collected and analyzed from                                                   200 (individual)
     semi-public drinking water supply system ...............                                  9        1,000 (corporation)
7 Failing to ensure samples collected and analyzed from                                                   200 (individual)
     small public drinking water supply facility ...............                              10        1,000 (corporation)
 
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     8 Failing to ensure sampling conducted for chlorinated                                                  200 (individual)
           public drinking water ................................................               11(1)      1,000 (corporation)
     9 Failing to ensure sampling conducted for non-                                                         200 (individual)
           chlorinated public drinking water .............................                      11(2)      1,000 (corporation)
     10 Failing to ensure sampling conducted for small public,
           or semi-public, drinking water supply system                                                      200 (individual)
           operated seasonally ...................................................              12(1)      1,000 (corporation)
     11 Failing to give notice to Department of results of                                                   200 (individual)
           analysis .....................................................................       12(2)      1,000 (corporation)
     12 Failing to ensure water quality samples are analyzed by                                 13(1)        200 (individual)
           an accredited laboratory ............................................                           1,000 (corporation)
     13 Failing to report results of analysis from laboratories                                              200 (individual)
           other than PEI Analytical Laboratories ......................                        13(2)      1,000 (corporation)
     14 Failing to give notice to Department of results of                                                   200 (individual)
           analysis ......................................................................      13(3)      1,000 (corporation)
     15 Failing to report to customers results of analysis ...........                          14(1)        200 (individual)
                                                                                                           1,000 (corporation)
     16 Failing to retain records of water quality analysis .........                           14(2)        200 (individual)
                                                                                                           1,000 (corporation)
     17 Operating a wastewater treatment facility that is not                                   16(1)        200 (individual)
           registered ...................................................................                  1,000 (corporation)
     18 Failing to ensure samples of treated wastewater are
           collected and analyzed from Class I wastewater                                                    200 (individual)
           treatment facility .......................................................           17(1)      1,000 (corporation)
     19 Failing to ensure samples of treated wastewater from
           Class II, Class III or Class IV wastewater treatment                                              200 (individual)
           facilities are collected and analyzed ..........................                     17(2)      1,000 (corporation)
     20 Failing to ensure wastewater quality samples are                                                     200 (individual)
           analyzed by an accredited laboratory .........................                       18(1)      1,000 (corporation)
     21 Failing to submit results of analysis from laboratory                                                200 (individual)
           other than PEI Analytical Laboratories ......................                        18(2)      1,000 (corporation)
     22 Failing to report results of wastewater analysis to                                                  200 (individual)
           customers ..................................................................         19(1)      1,000 (corporation)
     23 Failing to maintain record of wastewater analysis for 5                                              200 (individual)
           years ..........................................................................     19(2)      1,000 (corporation)
     24 Failing to submit well field protection plan ...................                        20(1)      1,000 (corporation)
     25 Failing to implement well field protection plan .............                           20(6)      1,000 (corporation)
     26 Failing to submit report of implementation of well field
           protection plan .........................................................            20(8)      1,000 (corporation)

                                                                PART 13
                                         ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT
                                              Excavation Pits Regulations
                                                     (EC753/90)

     Item                                      Column I                                       Column II       Column III
     Number                                     Offence                                          Section   Penalty for out of
                                                                                                            court settlement
     1 Operating an excavation pit without valid permit....................                        2(1)     $200 (individual)
                                                                                                           1,000 corporation)
     2 Failing to provide screening for excavation pit........................ 5(2)                          200 (individual)
                                                                                                           1,000 (corporation)
     3 Failing to slope walls of abandoned excavation pit.................. 5(3)                             200 (individual)
                                                                                                           1,000 (corporation)
 
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4 Failing to comply with conditions of permit............................         5(4)     200 (individual)
                                                                                         1,000 (corporation)
5 Failing to comply with an order.............................................. 7(5)       200 (individual)
                                                                                         1,000 (corporation)

                                                 PART 14
                             ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT
                                 Home Heat Tanks Regulations
                                        (EC241/07)

Item                               Column I                               Column II         Column III
Number                              Offence                                Section         Penalty for out of
                                                                                            court settlement
1 Failing to conduct inspection of home heat tank                                         $200 (individual)
     system.........................................................          6          1,000 (corporation)
2 Failing to comply with standards or manufacturer's                                       200 (individual)
     specifications................................................          7(1)        1,000 (corporation)
3 Installing home heat tank not in conformance with                                        200 (individual)
     codes..........................................................         7(2)        1,000 (corporation)
4 Failing to affix identification tag or submit inspection                                 200 (individual)
     report.........................................................         7(3)        1,000 (corporation)
5 Failing to remove existing tag ..............................              7(4)          200 (individual)
                                                                                         1,000 (corporation)
6 Failing to submit inspection reports to the Minister......                  8            200 (individual)
                                                                                         1,000 (corporation)
7 Failing to maintain record of identification tags for 2                                  200 (individual)
     years...................................................                9(4)        1,000 (corporation)
8 Failing to return unused identification tags...............              9(5),(6)        200 (individual)
                                                                                         1,000 (corporation)
9 Failing to notify Minister of particulars of non-                                        200 (individual)
      compliant home heat tank system........................                 10         1,000 (corporation)
10 Selling, transferring, altering or re-using identification                              200 (individual)
      tags.............................................................       11         1,000 (corporation)
11 Installing, altering or removing home heat tank system                                  200 (individual)
      without licence.............................................          12(1)        1,000 (corporation)
12 Selling home heat tank to a non-licensed buyer............               13(1)          200 (individual)
                                                                                         1,000 (corporation)
13 Delivering petroleum to a non-compliant tank system...                  14(1),(2)       200 (individual)
                                                                                         1,000 (corporation)
14 Failing to report non-compliant home heat tank...........                14(4)          200 (individual)
                                                                                         1,000 (corporation)
15 Failing to report petroleum leak..............................           15(1)          200 (individual)
                                                                                         1,000 (corporation)
16 Failing to take leaking system out of service...............             15(2)          200 (individual)
                                                                                         1,000 (corporation)
17 Failing to ensure tank has an operational leak detecting                                200 (individual)
      device........................................................        16(a)        1,000 (corporation)
18 Failing to permit access to property by an environment                                  200 (individual)
      officer.......................................................          17         1,000 (corporation)
19 Failing to replace tank upon expiry..........................              19           200 (individual)
                                                                                         1,000 (corporation)
20 Failing to ensure water, sludge not transferred to new                                  200 (individual)
      tank..........................................................          21         1,000 (corporation)
 
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                                                           PART 15
                                      ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT
                                           Litter Control Regulations
                                                  (EC697/91)

     Item                                  Column I                                   Column II        Column III
     Number                                 Offence                                      Section    Penalty for out of
                                                                                                     court settlement
     1 Offering a beverage for sale in non-refillable container........... 2(1)                      $200 (individual)
                                                                                                    1,000 (corporation)
     2 Failing to pay adequate refund for refillable container............                  3(1)      200 (individual)
                                                                                                    1,000 (corporation)
     3 Failing to accept empty beer container..................................... 3(2)               200 (individual)
                                                                                                    1,000 (corporation)
     4 Failing to pay adequate refund for beer container.................... 3(2)                     200 (individual)
                                                                                                    1,000 (corporation)
     5 Failing to provide waste storage and disposal receptacles.......                         7     200 (individual)
                                                                                                    1,000 (corporation)

                                                           PART 16

                                    ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT
                               Petroleum Hydrocarbon Remediation Regulations
                                                (EC655/06)

     Item                                   Column I                                  Column II        Column III
     Number                                  Offence                                   Section      Penalty for out of
                                                                                                     court settlement
     1 Failing to notify the Minister of excess petroleum
          hydrocarbon concentrations or excess methyl                                                $200 (individual)
          tertiary-butyl ether concentrations......................                    3(1)(b)      1,000 (corporation)
     2 Failing to cause an environmental site assessment of a                                         200 (individual)
          site to be made..............................................                4(4)(a)      1,000 (corporation)
     3 Failing to use limited remedial action for the                                                 200 (individual)
          remediation of a site.......................................                 4(4)(b)      1,000 (corporation)
     4 Improper use of limited remedial action....................                      4(5)          200 (individual)
                                                                                                    1,000 (corporation)
     5 Failing to submit a closure report and record of site
          condition after the completion of limited remedial                                          200 (individual)
          action........................................................                 5(2)       1,000 (corporation)
     6 Failing to resume remedial action as directed by the                                           200 (individual)
          Minister......................................................                5(5)(a)     1,000 (corporation)
     7 Failing to complete an environmental site assessment                                           200 (individual)
          under direction of the Minister...........................                    5(5)(c)     1,000 (corporation)
     8 Failing to submit a closure report and record of site
          condition after an environmental site assessment is                                         200 (individual)
          completed................................................................      8(1)       1,000 (corporation)
     9 Failing to submit a remedial action plan ...................                      9(1)         200 (individual)
                                                                                                    1,000 (corporation)
     10 Failing to submit a modified remedial action plan .......                        9(5)         200 (individual)
                                                                                                    1,000 (corporation)
     11 Implementing a remedial action plan prior to Minister's                                       200 (individual)
           acceptance..................................................                  9(8)       1,000 (corporation)
     12 Failing to implement a remedial action plan accepted by                                       200 (individual)
           the Minister ...................................................             10(1)       1,000 (corporation)
 
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13 Failing to submit sufficient information in a remedial                                    200 (individual)
      action plan.................................................... 9(2),10(2)           1,000 (corporation)
14 Failing to monitor the soil, vapours, groundwater, or                                     200 (individual)
      surface water as directed by the Minister ................          11               1,000 (corporation)
15 Failing to submit a closure report and record of site                                     200 (individual)
      condition after a remedial action plan is completed...            12(1)              1,000 (corporation)
16 Failing to resume remedial action under direction of the                                  200 (individual)
      Minister ..................................................      12(3)(a)            1,000 (corporation)
17 Failing to complete an environmental site assessment                                      200 (individual)
      under direction of the Minister .............................. 12(3)(b)              1,000 (corporation)

                                                    PART 17

                                ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT
                                 Petroleum Storage Tanks Regulations
                                             (EC240/07)

Item                                 Column I                                  Column II      Column III
Number                                Offence                                   Section    Penalty for out of
                                                                                            court settlement
1 Operating non-compliant storage tank or storage tank                  10(1)               $200 (individual)
     system.......................................................                         1,000 (corporation)
2 Dispensing petroleum to a newly installed or altered
     storage tank or storage tank system without                                             200 (individual)
     Ministerial approval.......................................        11(1)              1,000 (corporation)
3 Failing to comply with minimum construction,                                               200 (individual)
     installation standards for underground steel or                     12                1,000 (corporation)
     fibreglass tanks...
4 Failing to comply with minimum construction,                        13,14,15,              200 (individual)
     installation standards for aboveground tanks........... 16,17,18                      1,000 (corporation)
5 Unlicensed person removing underground storage                                             200 (individual)
     tank ...........................................................   19(a)              1,000 (corporation)
6 Unlicensed person installing, altering storage tank or                                     200 (individual)
     storage tank system......................................          19(b)              1,000 (corporation)
7 Installing piping and fittings contravening standards....              20                  200 (individual)
                                                                                           1,000 (corporation)
8 Failing to maintain daily inventory records and monthly
      summary sheets, Class 1 liquid and diesel fuel                                         200 (individual)
      owners................................................................      21       1,000 (corporation)
9 Failing to conduct visual inspection or maintain
      inventory records and summary sheets, operator bulk                                    200 (individual)
      sales outlet...................................................             22       1,000 (corporation)
10 Failing to advise Coast Guard of potential product loss                                   200 (individual)
      or water gain.....................................................          23       1,000 (corporation)
11 Failing to conduct leak tests ordered by Minister...........                  24(2)       200 (individual)
                                                                                           1,000 (corporation)
12 Failing to perform maintenance checks on sacrificial                                      200 (individual)
      anode tank system............................................              26(1)     1,000 (corporation)
13 Failing to perform maintenance checks on impressed                                        200 (individual)
      current tank system..........................................              26(5)     1,000 (corporation)
14 Failing to retain permanent maintenance check records                                     200 (individual)
      at site, storage tank system.........................................      26(7)     1,000 (corporation)
15 Failing to empty tank temporarily out of service.........                    28(1)(a)     200 (individual)
                                                                                           1,000 (corporation)
16 Failing to remove, etc. tank permanently out of                                           200 (individual)
      service........................................................            28(3)     1,000 (corporation)
 
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     17 Reusing a tank without approval................................                30(1)(b)        200 (individual)
                                                                                                     1,000 (corporation)
     18 Failing to permit inspection of storage tank or storage                                        200 (individual)
           tank system.............................................................      31          1,000 (corporation)

                                                            PART 18
                                      ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT
                                      Sand Removal from Beaches Regulations
                                                  (EC323/90)

     Item                                   Column I                                  Column II         Column III
     Number                                  Offence                                     Section     Penalty for out of
                                                                                                      court settlement
     1 Removing sand from beach without a permit........................... 2(1)                      $200 (individual)
                                                                                                     1,000 (corporation)
     2 Removing sand from sand dune without a permit.................... 2(1)                          200 (individual)
                                                                                                     1,000 (corporation)
     3 Failing to comply with conditions of permit............................              2(2)       200 (individual)
                                                                                                     1,000 (corporation)
     4 Concrete manufacturer having sand from beach not specified                                      200 (individual)
          in permit............................................................................. 3   1,000 (corporation)
     5 Failing to maintain accurate inventory records of sand                                          200 (individual)
          removed from beach........................................................ 5(a)            1,000 (corporation)
     6 Failing to pay for sand removed under permit......................... 5(b)                      200 (individual)
                                                                                                     1,000 (corporation)

                                                            PART 19
                                        ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT
                                         Sewage Disposal Systems Regulations
                                                   (EC403/03)

     Item                                   Column I                                  Column II               Column III
     Number                                  Offence                                     Section           Penalty for out of
                                                                                                            court settlement
     1     Installing etc. sewage disposal system without a license.......... 3(1)                           $200 (individual)
                                                                                                           1,000 (corporation)
     2     Installing etc. sewage disposal system without licensed                                            200 (individual)
              contractor or registered installer on site.............................. 3(2)                1,000 (corporation)
     3     Constructing, reconstructing, installing or modifying sewage                                       200 (individual)
              disposal system without a permit.................................... 4(1)(a) 1,000 (corporation)
     4     Constructing, reconstructing, installing or modifying sewage
              disposal system without having permit in possession on                                          200 (individual)
              site................................................................................ 4(1)(c) 1,000 (corporation)
     5     Installing etc. sewage disposal system not in accordance with                                      200 (individual)
              regulations........................................................................... 4(3)  1,000 (corporation)
     6     Covering sewage disposal system without obtaining                                                  200 (individual)
              permission........................................................................... 4(5)   1,000 (corporation)
     7     Deviating from conditions of permit........................................ 4(6)                   200 (individual)
                                                                                                           1,000 (corporation)
     8     Failing to furnish a certificate of compliance...........................                  6       200 (individual)
                                                                                                           1,000 (corporation)
     9     Constructing sewage disposal system within 23m of a beach.. 8(1)                                   200 (individual)
                                                                                                           1,000 (corporation)
 
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10 Cleaning sewage disposal systems or landspreading septic                                             200 (individual)
      sludge without a license...................................................... 22(1)            1,000 (corporation)
11 Failing to dispose of septage and sludge in accordance with                                          200 (individual)
      conditions............................................................................ 22(3)    1,000 (corporation)
12 Landspreading unstabilized sewage......................................... 23                        200 (individual)
                                                                                                      1,000 (corporation)

                                                        PART 20
                                 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT
                                 Waste Resource Management Regulations
                                              (EC691/00)

Item                                    Column I                                  Column II             Column III
Number                                   Offence                                   Section           Penalty for out of
                                                                                                      court settlement
1 Improperly disposing of remaining waste, compostable                                                $200 (individual)
    material, recyclables or special waste ...................                         2(1)          1,000 (corporation)
2 Improperly disposing of C&D debris .......................                           2(2)            200 (individual)
                                                                                                     1,000 (corporation)
3 Owning, constructing, managing, operating, altering or
    modifying a landfill, ash disposal site or composting                                              200 (individual)
    facility without a permit and approval ......................                      2(3)          1,000 (corporation)
4 Owning, constructing, managing, operating, altering or
    modifying a C&D disposal site without a permit and                                                 200 (individual)
    approval .....................................................                     2(4)          1,000 (corporation)
5 Improperly disposing of waste incinerator fly ash .......                            2(6)            200 (individual)
                                                                                                     1,000 (corporation)
6 Transporting hazardous waste without being registered,
      issued a provincial registration number and                                                      200 (individual)
      completing a manifest form .......................................    2.1(1)                   1,000 (corporation)
7 Failing to retain a copy of the manifest form for at least                                           200 (individual)
      two years........................................................... 2.1(5)(a)                 1,000 (corporation)
8 Failing to send a copy of a manifest form to the proper                                              200 (individual)
      department .................................................. 2.1(5)(b)                        1,000 (corporation)
9 Failing to ensure that any copies of a manifest form are
      complete and show all information contained in the                                               200 (individual)
      original manifest form.................................... 2.1(5)(c)                           1,000 (corporation)
10 Failing to ensure that records are completed daily and                                              200 (individual)
      available for inspection ...................................           32(1)                   1,000 (corporation)
11 Failing to submit annual report to the Minister...............            32(2)                     200 (individual)
                                                                                                     1,000 (corporation)
12 Failing to ensure that a C&D disposal site is constructed
      and operated in a manner that protects the                                                       200 (individual)
      environment ..........................................                          61(1)          1,000 (corporation)
13 Failing to employ all reasonable and practical means in
      order to divert C&D debris from being disposed of at                                             200 (individual)
      a C&D disposal site........................................                     61(2)          1,000 (corporation)
14 Failing to ensure that a C&D disposal site incorporates                                             200 (individual)
      the required design requirements ........................                       62(1)          1,000 (corporation)
15 Failing to follow the required operational requirements                                             200 (individual)
      for a C&D disposal site ...................................                     63(1)          1,000 (corporation)
16 Failing to conduct a groundwater and surface water                                                  200 (individual)
      monitoring program at a C&D disposal site ...........                           63(2)          1,000 (corporation)
17 Failing to submit an annual report for a C&D disposal                                               200 (individual)
      site ...........................................................                63(3)          1,000 (corporation)
 
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     18 Failing to submit an annual water monitoring report for                                             200 (individual)
           a C&D disposal site .......................................                          63(5)     1,000 (corporation)
     19 Constructing or operating a recycling plant without                                                 200 (individual)
           approval of the Minister ...................................                          65       1,000 (corporation)
     20 Failing to record the weight of recyclables processed ....                              66(a)       200 (individual)
                                                                                                          1,000 (corporation)
     21 Failing to submit a written annual report for a recycling                                           200 (individual)
           plant ..........................................................................     66(b)     1,000 (corporation)

                                                                 PART 21
                                         ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT
                                               Water Well Regulations
                                                    (EC188/90)

     Item                                       Column I                                      Column II  Column III
     Number                                      Offence                                       SectionPenalty for out of
                                                                                                       court settlement
     1     Drilling well without a license ........................................             2(1)   $200 (individual)
                                                                                                      1,000 (corporation)
     2     Constructing well by person who is not supervised by a                                       200 (individual)
              well driller .................................................................   3(4)   1,000 (corporation)
     3     Failing to complete, provide or forward report................                        4      200 (individual)
                                                                                                      1,000 (corporation)
     4     Constructing well without a permit.................................                  5(1)    200 (individual)
                                                                                                      1,000 (corporation)
     5     Failing to comply with conditions of permit...................                       5(3)    200 (individual)
                                                                                                      1,000 (corporation)
     6     Constructing well without ensuring owner has                                                 200 (individual)
              permit.........................................................................  5(4)   1,000 (corporation)
     7     Constructing well without groundwater exploration                                            200 (individual)
              permit.........................................................................  6(1)   1,000 (corporation)
     8     Failing to comply with conditions of groundwater                                             200 (individual)
              exploration permit......................................................         6(4)   1,000 (corporation)
     9     Failing to submit data required by groundwater                                               200 (individual)
              exploration permit......................................................         6(5)   1,000 (corporation)
     10    Withdrawing groundwater without groundwater                                                  200 (individual)
              extraction permit........................................................        7(1)   1,000 (corporation)
     11    Failing to comply with conditions on groundwater                                             200 (individual)
              extraction permit........................................................       7(2)(b) 1,000 (corporation)
     12    Failing to use well construction materials that conform                                      200 (individual)
              to standards................................................................     8(2)   1,000 (corporation)
     13    Constructing well at improper location........................... 9(1),(2),(4)               200 (individual)
                                                                                                      1,000 (corporation)
     14    Constructing contaminant source too close to well.........                           9(3)    200 (individual)
                                                                                                      1,000 (corporation)
     15    Constructing well in location not shown on plan............                          9(5)    200 (individual)
                                                                                                      1,000 (corporation)
     16    Constructing well that leaves an artificial opening.......... 10(1)(c)                       200 (individual)
                                                                                                      1,000 (corporation)
     17    Failing to extend casing 30 cm above ground after final                                      200 (individual)
              landscaping................................................................      10(4)  1,000 (corporation)
     18    Constructing well in a manner that does not meet well                                        200 (individual)
              design requirements....................................................          10(5)  1,000 (corporation)
     19    Installing casing without filling the annular space with                                     200 (individual)
              grout from bottom of casing to pitless adapter........... 10(6)(b)                      1,000 (corporation)
 
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20 Failing to use at least six 22 kg. bags of bentonite to                                                 200 (individual)
      grout well...................................................................        10(8)         1,000 (corporation)
21 Installing casing in central supply well without grouting                                               200 (individual)
      entire annular space using grout pump.......................                         10(9)         1,000 (corporation)
22 Failing to meet prescribed well completion                                                              200 (individual)
      requirements...............................................................          11(1)         1,000 (corporation)
23 Failing to fill well within 30 days of surrendering use or                                              200 (individual)
      discovering unused well.............................................                 12(1)         1,000 (corporation)
24 Failing to comply with notice to fill well in proper                                                    200 (individual)
      manner........................................................................       12(4)         1,000 (corporation)
25 Failing to install pumping equipment in well as                                                         200 (individual)
      recommended in well construction report..................                            13(1)         1,000 (corporation)
26 Failing to properly connect well......................................                  13(3)           200 (individual)
                                                                                                         1,000 (corporation)
27 Failing to mount hand pump properly.............................                        13(5)           200 (individual)
                                                                                                         1,000 (corporation)
28 Creating opening in casing below ground surface other                                                   200 (individual)
      than to install pitless adapter......................................               13(5.1)        1,000 (corporation)
29 Failing to install water sampling port or tap....................                       13(6)           200 (individual)
                                                                                                         1,000 (corporation)
30 Failing to remove debris and to disinfect well.................                         13(8)           200 (individual)
                                                                                                         1,000 (corporation)

                                                           PART 22
                                     FISH AND GAME PROTECTION ACT
                                               Regulations
                                               (EC818/66)

Item                                           Column I                                        Column II       Column III
Number                                          Offence                                         Section        Penalty for
                                                                                                               out of court
                                                                                                                settlement
1    Damaging fish-way....................................................................      59(1)(a)           $200
2    Hindering fish from passing fish-way......................................                 59(1)(b)             100
3    Fishing in fish-way...................................................................     59(1)(c)             100
4    Use of illegal shot size..............................................................        60                100

                                                           PART 23
                                               FISH INSPECTION ACT
                                               R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. F-13

Item                                           Column I                                        Column II       Column III
Number                                          Offence                                         Section        Penalty for
                                                                                                               out of court
                                                                                                                settlement
1 Contravening the Act, the regulations or condition of
    license.................................................................................        11             $500
 
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                                                                PART 24
                                                           FISHERIES ACT
                                                             Regulations
                                                             (EC873/95)

     Item                                           Column I                                         Column II    Column III
     Number                                          Offence                                          Section     Penalty for
                                                                                                                  out of court
                                                                                                                   settlement
         1 Acting as buyer of fish without a buying license...................                           7(1)        $500
         2 Buying species of fish without proper class of license...........                            7(15)          500
         3 Peddling fish without a license..............................................                 8(1)          500
         4 Pedlar not purchasing fish from licensed operator or
            federally registered processing plant...................................                    8(5)          500
         5 Buying fish at a buying station while fish buying license
            under revocation, cancellation or suspension .....................                          10(4)         500
         6 Peddling fish while fish peddling license under revocation,
            cancellation or suspension ..................................................               10(5)         500
         7 Contravening Act or regulations where no penalty
            provided .............................................................................      11(1)         500

                                                                PART 25
                                                       GASOLINE TAX ACT
                                                      R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. G-3

     Item                                          Column I                                          Column II    Column III
     Number                                         Offence                                           Section     Penalty for
                                                                                                                  out of court
                                                                                                                   settlement
     1       Selling or delivering gasoline on which tax not paid............                          5(a)           $200
     2       Using or consuming gasoline on which tax not paid............                             5(b)             200
     3       Selling or delivering diesel oil on which tax not paid...........                         7(a)             200
     4       Using or consuming diesel oil on which tax not paid.............                          7(b)             200

                                                                PART 26
                                                   HIGHWAY SIGNAGE ACT
                                                   R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. H-4.1

     1 Obstructing or assaulting a compliance officer or any person                                                $500 (1st
         assisting a compliance officer while compliance officer                                                  offence)
         exercising his or her authority or performing a duty under                                                1,000 (2nd
         the Act or regulations .......................................................                 4(7)           or
                                                                                                                   subsequent
                                                                                                                    offence)
     2 Registered owner of land failing to remove sign within five
         days after receipt of a written notice to remove sign .........                                6(3)          500
     3 Destroying or defacing any sign lawfully authorized under the
         Act or that is the property of Her Majesty ....................                                 14           250
 
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                                                          PART 27
                                              HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT
                                              R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. H-5

Item                                          Column I                                          Column II   Column III
Number                                         Offence                                           Section    Penalty for
                                                                                                            out of court
                                                                                                             settlement
1 Presenting false document to obtain photographic
     identification.......................................................................      6.1(2)(a)       $50
2 Permitting another to use photo identification issued to first
     person..................................................................................   6.1(2)(b)        50
3 Using photo identification for purpose of making false
     representation......................................................................       6.1(2)(c)        50
4 Defacing or altering photo identification.................................                    6.1(2)(d)        50
5 Having defaced or altered photo identification in their
     possession...........................................................................      6.1(2)(e)        50
6 Failing to stop when signalled or requested.......................                             10(1.1)        200
7 Failing to produce driver's license, registration permit, and to
     submit to an inspection, etc......................................                          10(1.2)        200
8 Operating vehicle not registered...............................................                11(1)(a)        50
9 Operating vehicle with expired registration.............................                       11(1)(b)        50
10 Operating vehicle while registration is revoked or
     suspended............................................................................       11(1)(c)       200
11 Failing to carry or produce registration permit........................                        19(1)          50
12 Operating vehicle on a highway which does not display a
     valid number plate................................................                          20(5)(a)        50
13 Operating vehicle on a highway which does not display a
     valid transit permit issued pursuant to section 52 of the
     Act..................................................................                       20(5)(b)        50
14 Operating vehicle on a highway which does not display a
     valid temporary permit issued pursuant to regulations
     passed under clause 312(c) of the Act.........................                              20(5)(c)        50
15 Failing to attach plates to rear of motor vehicle......................                         21            50
16 Failing to notify Registrar of change of address......................                          25            50
17 Failing to obtain new plates when old become lost, etc...........                               27            50
18 Registered owner failing to sign transfer application, deliver
     permit to transferee, etc.......................................................             30(1)          50
19 Transferee or assignee failing to register vehicle within seven
     days of date of transfer or assignment in records of
     department.......................................................................            30(2)          50
20 Operating non-resident commercial vehicle not registered
     under the Act ......................................................................         33(1)         200
21 Acting as dealer without dealer's trade license........................                         36           500
22 Using or permitting use of dealer's vehicle without
     registration..........................................................................        40           100
23 Operating a vehicle with dealer's plate attached.....................                         42(1)(a)       200
24 Dealer permitting a person to operate vehicle with dealer's
     plate attached......................................................................        42(1)(b)       200
25 Dealer failing to furnish Registrar with list of
      demonstrators....................................................                            43            50
26 Dealer failing to have information displayed.....................                              44(1)         500
27 Dealer failing to include information on bill of sale............                              44(2)         500
28 Dealer delivering registered vehicle before transfer of
     registration on records of Department.................................                        47            50
 
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     29 Dealer or wrecker failing to maintain proper records..............                            48(1)(a)         50
     30 Dealer or wrecker failing to report vehicle with defaced, etc.,
          serial number.......................................................................        48(1)(b)        100
     31 Dealer or wrecker failing to forward registration permit and
          plates of wrecked or dismantled vehicle to Registrar........                                48(1)(c)        100
     32 Dealer delivering vehicle to purchaser without proper
          equipment...........................................................................          49            100
     33 Buying, selling, etc., vehicle or engine removed from a
          vehicle, with defaced, etc., serial number............................                        56            100
     34 Defacing, etc., serial or engine number...................................                     57(1)          500
     35 Unlawful altering of odometer reading.................................                         58(1)         1,000
     36 Failing to adjust odometer readings when being repaired or
          exchanged by a garage........................................................                58(2)         1,000
     37 Using false or fictitious name in application for registration..                                59            100
     38 Operating vehicle not displaying valid number plates.............                              60(a)           50
     39 Operating vehicle not displaying current inspection sticker....                                60(b)           50
     40 Lending, etc., registration permit or number plates to person
          not entitled..........................................................................        61            100
     41 Altering registration permit, etc..............................................               62(1)(a)        100
     42 Making, etc., false registration permit or number plate...........                            62(1)(b)        100
     43 Using, etc., altered, etc., registration permit, etc.....................                     62(1)(c)        100
     44 Failing to return cancelled, revoked, etc., registration permit
          or number plates..................................................................            64             50
     45 Operating vehicle without being licensed to drive..................                             68            100
     46 Newly licensed driver contravening condition or restriction
          prescribed by regulation..........................................                           69(6)          100
     47 Applying for driver's license on behalf of another..................                           70(7)          100
     48 Holding another license in addition to P.E.I. driver's license..                               71(5)          100
     49 Failing to produce driver's license upon request.....................                          76(2)           50
     50 Driving other than class of vehicles specified in license.........                              78            100
     51 Using license issued to another person....................................                      79            100
     52 Operating vehicle unlawfully under license issued
          elsewhere...........................................................                          80             50
     53 Allowing unlicensed person to drive.......................................                      81            100
     54 Holder of instruction permit driving unaccompanied or
          accompanied by unauthorized persons................................                          82(3)           50
     55 Defacing or altering driver's license........................................                  89(a)          200
     56 Lending driver's license..........................................................             89(b)          200
     57 Person representing as his own driver's license not issued to
          him......................................................................................    89(c)          200
     58 Failing to surrender suspended or cancelled driver's license...                                89(d)           50
     59 Giving false name or address in application for driver's
          license.................................................................................     89(e)          200
     60 Failing to comply with restriction or condition imposed by
          Registrar on driver's license of person.........................                             89(f)          500
     61 Driving unsafe vehicle or vehicle not properly equipped, etc..                                  91            100
     62 Driver failing to wear seatbelt.................................................               92(2)          100
     63 Operating vehicle with child passenger not secured................                             92(3)          100
     64 Passenger failing to wear seatbelt............................................                 92(4)          100
     65 Failing to maintain seatbelt....................................................               92(5)           50
     66 Modifying seatbelt..........................................................                   92(6)          100
     67 Driver with less than one year of experience permitting more
          than three passengers in vehicle.................................                           92.1(1)          50
     68 Failing or refusing to have vehicle inspected upon request by
          inspector or peace officer....................................................               93(3)           50
     69 Using prohibited white light at rear of vehicle........................                        96.1           100
 
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70 Operating snow removal equipment or garbage truck not
      equipped with, or without engaging, amber lights............ 115(2),(3)                                 200
71 Failing to reduce speed when approaching or passing stopped
      emergency vehicle with lights in operation................... 115.1(1)                                  100
72 Failing to move into another lane where movement can be
      made in safety when travelling in same lane as stopped
      emergency vehicle with lights in operation.................... 115.1(2)                                 100
73 Selling vehicle lighting equipment not approved by
      inspector..............................................................................      119         50
74 Selling vehicle lighting equipment lacking approved
      trademark............................................................................        120         50
75 Dealer selling new vehicles not conforming to safety
      standards.............................................................................       121        500
76 Operating vehicle with bald tires.............................................                  122         50
77 Operating or permitting operation of motor vehicle without
      adequate brakes...................................................................           126        100
78 Operating motor vehicle without horn, etc..............................                        127(1)      100
79 Operating motor vehicle with unnecessary noise or squealing
      tires..................................................................................... 127(2)(a)    200
80 Operating motor vehicle emitting excessive smoke................ 127(2)(b)                                 200
81 Using sirens or other warning devices when not
      emergency...........................................................................        127(4)       50
82 Operating motor vehicle without muffler in good order..........                                 128        100
83 Operating motor vehicle without proper rear view mirror.......                                  129         50
84 Operating motor vehicle without proper windshield wipers....                                   131(2)       50
85 Operating motor vehicle without proper bumpers...................                               132         50
86 Operating motor vehicle equipped with television set in
      operation.............................................................................       133         50
87 Operating vehicle without windshield.....................................                      134(a)       50
88 Operating vehicle without proper speedometer.......................                            134(b)      100
89 Driving vehicle equipped with radar warning device.............. 135(2)(a)                                 100
90 Selling radar warning device................................................... 135(2)(b)                  100
91 Operating motor vehicle with solid rubber tires of improper
      thickness.............................................................................      136(1)       50
92 Operating motor vehicle with metal tires................................                       136(2)       50
93 Operating motor vehicle with studs, flanges, cleats, etc., on
      tires.....................................................................................  136(3)       50
94 Selling, etc., new motor vehicles not equipped with safety
      glass....................................................................................   137(1)       50
95 Installing improper window glazing (tinting).......................... 138(1),(2),(5)                      100
96 Operating motor vehicle with improper glazing (tinting)........                                138(6)      100
97 Operating truck, etc., at night without flares, etc....................                        139(1)      100
98 Operating truck, etc., without red flags...................................                    139(3)       50
99 Operating vehicle transporting flammable liquids, etc.
      without carrying red electric lanterns, etc..........................                       139(4)      100
100 Stopping disabled truck, etc., on highway without displaying
      warning devices, etc............................................................            140(1)      100
101 Stopping disabled vehicle carrying flammable liquid, etc.,
      without displaying warning devices....................................                      140(2)      100
102 Stopping disabled vehicle without displaying red flags..........                              140(3)       50
103 Operating vehicle transporting explosives without required
      equipment and markings.....................................................                  141        200
104 Failing to drive to the right......................................................           153(1)       50
105 Failing to give one-half the roadway.......................................                   153(2)       50
106 Improper passing.....................................................................         154(1)       50
107 Failing to give way to passing vehicle.....................................                   154(2)       50
 
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     108 Improper overtaking and passing on right except where
           permitted.............................................................................      155(1),(2)           50
     109 Wide vehicle, improper passing..............................................                     156               50
     110 Passing on left when unsafe....................................................                  157               50
     111 Driving to left of centre of roadway........................................                   158(1)              50
     112 Vehicle proceeding at less than normal speed not driving in
           right lane, etc.......................................................................        158(3)             50
     113 Failing to drive to right of rotary traffic island........................                      158(4)             50
     114 Crossing solid line...................................................................          159(b)             50
     115 Failing to signal driving from one lane to another..................                            159(f)             50
     116 Making improper left turn at intersection or into private road
           or driveway........................................................................           159(g)             50
     117 Making improper right turn at intersection............................                          159(h)             50
     118 Driving in centre lane of three lane roadway..........................                          159(i)             50
     119 Improper passing on roadway with two or more lanes
           available to traffic heading in same direction......................                          159(j)             50
     120 Driving in wrong lane contrary to direction of traffic-control
           device..................................................................................      159(k)             50
     121 Failing to allow overtaking vehicle to pass............................                         159(l)            100
     122 Driving on the left when approaching the crest of a grade or
           a curve.................................................................................    160(1)(a)           100
     123 Driving on the left when approaching intersection.................                            160(1)(b)            50
     124 Driving on the left within 30m of bridge, etc.........................                        160(1)(c)            50
     125 Passing in no passing zone.....................................................                 161                50
     126 Following vehicle too closely.................................................                  162               100
     127 Failing to leave sufficient space between vehicles in
           motorcade............................................................................          163               50
     128 Driving over intervening space dividing highway into two
           roadways.............................................................................          164               50
     129 Failing to enter controlled access highway at proper
           location.............................................................                         165(1)             50
     130 Failing to leave controlled access highway at proper
           location...............................................................................      165(2)              50
     131 Failing to obey traffic control device......................................                    166                50
     132 Failing to yield right-of-way in intersection...........................                      167(1)(a)            50
     133 Failing to yield right-of-way to pedestrian on roadway or
           crosswalk.............................................................................      167(2)(a)            50
     134 Entering intersection on yellow or amber light.......................                         167(3)(a)           100
     135 Pedestrian crossing roadway while yellow or amber light on
           at intersection......................................................................       167(3)(b)            50
     136 Passing yellow or amber light at place other than
           intersection..........................................................................      167(4)(a)           100
     137 Pedestrian crossing roadway while yellow or amber light on
           at place other than intersection............................................                167(4)(b)            50
     138 Passing red light or "stop" signal at intersection....................                        167(5)(a)           100
     139 Pedestrian crossing roadway when facing red light or "stop"
           signal at intersection...........................................................           167(5)(b)            50
     140 Passing red light or "stop" signal at place other than
           intersection..........................................................................      167(6)(a)           100
     141 Pedestrian crossing roadway when facing red light or "stop"
           signal at place other than intersection.................................                    167(6)(b)            50
     142 Failing to obey green arrow at intersection.............................                     167(7)(a)(i)          50
     143 Entering intersection when green arrow shown and failing to
           yield right-of-way................................................................         167(7)(a)(ii)         50
     144 Pedestrian illegally crossing intersection when green arrow
           showing...............................................................................      167(7)(b)            50
     145 Failing to stop when flashing red light on at intersection....                               167(8)(a)(i)         100
 
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146 Failing to yield right-of-way at intersection when flashing
      red light on.......................................................................... 167(8)(a)(ii)    100
147 Failing to stop when flashing red light on at place other than
      intersection.......................................................................... 167(9)(a)(i)     100
148 Failing to yield right-of-way to pedestrians at place other
      than intersection when flashing red light on........................ 167(9)(a)(ii)                      100
149 Failing to yield right-of-way to traffic at intersection when
      yellow or amber flashing light on........................................                167(10)        100
150 Failing to yield right-of-way to pedestrians at place other
      than intersection when yellow or amber flashing light on... 167(11)(a)(ii)                              100
151 Pedestrian crossing roadway when "wait", "stop" or "don't
      walk" signal shown.............................................................          167(13)         50
152 Entering intersection, etc., against flag signal or other
      device..................................................................................  168(a)        100
153 Failing to erect signs at each end or part of closed or
      obstructed highway.............................................................           169(1)         50
154 Failing to provide adequate inscription on posted signs.........                            169(2)         50
155 Failing to obtain consent of Minister prior to closing or
      obstructing highway............................................................           169(3)         50
156 Parking in places reserved for commercial motor vehicles.....                               170(1)         50
157 Erecting devices resembling or interfering with traffic
      control device......................................................................       173          100
158 Placing commercial advertising upon traffic control device..                                 174           50
159 Altering, injuring or removing, etc., traffic control device.....                            175          100
160 Driving at speed greater than is reasonable and prudent, etc.. 176(1)(a)                                  100
161 Driving without due care and attention or without reasonable
      consideration................................................................... 176(1)(b)              100
162 Driving while suffering from disease or disability................. 176(1)(c)                              50
    Speeding                                                                                    176(3)     See Note 1
                                                                                               176(3.1)    See Note 2

Note 1
Where the posted maximum speed limit is exceeded by:
    Speed            Penalty                    Section
163 29 km/h or less $50 plus $1.50 each km/h 176(3)(b)(i)
                      over limit
    Speed            Penalty                    Section
164 30-49 km/h        $50 plus $3.00 each km/h 176(3)(b)(ii)
                      over limit
    Speed            Penalty                    Section
165 50-59 km/h       $50 plus $4.00 each km/h 176(3)(b)(iii)
                      over limit
    Speed            Penalty                    Section
166 60 km/h or more $50 plus $5.00 each km/h 176(3)(b)(iv)
                      over limit

Note 2
Where the posted maximum speed limit is exceeded by:
    Speed            Penalty                    Section
167 29 km/h or less $100 plus $3.00 each km/h 176(3.1)(b)(i)
                      over limit
    Speed            Penalty                    Section
168 30-49 km/h      $100 plus $6.00 each km/h 176(3.1)(b)(ii)
                     over limit
    Speed            Penalty                    Section
169 50-59 km/h      $100 plus $8.00 each km/h 176(3.1)(b)(iii)
                     over limit
 
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         Speed                   Penalty                                       Section
     170 60 km/h or more $100 plus $10.00 each                              176(3.1)(b)(iv)
                                   km/h over limit
     171 Slow driving...........................................................................         177(1)           100
     172 Failing to obey order to increase speed, pull into curb or
           remove vehicle from highway.............................................                      177(3)            50
     173 Failing to display slow moving vehicle sign...........................                          177(4)            50
     174 Failing to signal change of direction, etc................................                      178(1)            50
     175 Failing to commence signalling stop or turn 30m before
           stopping or turning..............................................................             178(2)            50
     176 Driver of left-hand drive vehicle failing to give proper
           signal...................................................................................     180(1)            50
     177 Failing to equip right-hand drive vehicles with mechanical
           or electrical device................................................................        180(2)(a)           50
     178 Failing to prominently display on rear of right-hand drive
           vehicle the words "Right-Hand Drive Vehicle"...................                             180(2)(b)           50
     179 Making improper right turn at intersection............................                         181(1)             50
     180 Making improper left turn at intersection...............................                       181(2)             50
     181 Making improper left turn at intersection from one-way
           roadway...............................................................................        181(3)            50
     182 Making improper left turn at intersection into one-way
           roadway...............................................................................        181(4)            50
     183 Making improper left turn at intersection from one-way
           roadway into another one-way roadway..............................                            181(5)            50
     184 Failing to obey traffic control device at intersection..............                            181(6)            50
     185 Making U-turn where prohibited............................................                       182              50
     186 Pulling out when unsafe to do so............................................                     183              50
     187 Improper turning at intersection.............................................                   184(1)            50
     188 Turning or changing course when unsafe to do so.................                                184(2)            50
     189 Improper signalling of intention to turn..................................                      184(3)            50
     190 Failing to yield right-of-way at intersection...........................                         185              50
     191 Failing to yield right-of-way to vehicle on the right...............                             186              50
     192 Failing to yield right-of-way when entering highway.............                                 187              50
     193 Failing to yield right-of-way to emergency vehicle................                               188             100
     194 Pedestrian failing to comply with traffic control signal..........                               189              50
     195 Failing to yield right-of-way to pedestrian in crosswalk.........                               190(1)            50
     196 Pedestrian failing to yield right-of-way to vehicle..................                           190(2)            50
     197 Overtaking and passing vehicle stopped at crosswalk............                                 190(3)           100
     198 Pedestrian failing to yield right-of-way to driver at place
           other than crosswalk............................................................               191              50
     199 Failing to exercise due care to avoid colliding with
           pedestrian............................................................................        192(a)           100
     200 Failing to give warning by sounding horn..............................                          192(b)            50
     201 Failing to observe precaution where child or incapacitated
           person on highway..............................................................              192(c)            100
     202 Walking on roadway when sidewalk provided.......................                               193(1)             50
     203 Walking on wrong side of road..............................................                    193(2)             50
     204 Standing on roadway to solicit rides, etc................................                      193(3)             50
     205 Riding bicycle on a sidewalk.................................................                 194(2)(a)           50
     206 Failing to wear bicycle safety helmet and failing to have
           chin strap securely fastened................................................                194(2)(a.1)         50
     207 Failing to ride bicycle close to edge of highway.....................                          194(2)(b)          50
     208 Riding bicycle abreast of another bicycle rider......................                          194(2)(c)          50
     209 Failing to ride bicycle with at least one hand on handlebars..                                 194(2)(d)          50
     210 Riding bicycle and not astride regular seat.............................                       194(2)(e)          50
     211 Carrying more persons on bicycle than designed for..............                               194(2)(f)          50
 
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212 Carrying object which may interfere with operation or
      control of bicycle................................................................. 194(2)(g)             50
213 Riding bicycle on highway where signs prohibit use of
      bicycles...............................................................................     194(2)(h)     50
214 Riding bicycle on roadway when bicycle path provided........ 194(2)(i)                                      50
215 Removing feet from pedals of bicycle.................................... 194(2)(j)                          50
216 Parent or guardian permitting person under 16 years of age
      to ride or operate bicycle on a highway without wearing
      bicycle safety helmet and without having chin strap
      securely fastened..................................................                           194.1       50
217 Person attaching on to vehicle on highway............................                            195       100
218 Driver permitting person to attach on to vehicle on
      highway...............................................................................         195        50
219 Driving through safety zone...................................................                   196       100
220 Failing to observe yield sign at intersection...........................                         201        50
221 Meeting or overtaking school bus when flashing red lights
      are displayed .................................................................              202(1)     1,000
222 Stopping school bus in improper place.................................. 202(2)(a)                          200
223 School bus delaying other vehicles passing............................ 202(2)(b)                            50
224 Failing to have school bus properly marked...........................                          202(3)       50
225 Driver of school bus last in line failing to operate
      corresponding lights with school bus first in line ..........                                 202.2       50
226 Failing to exercise caution when approaching animal on
      highway...............................................................................         203        50
227 Parking on roadway................................................................             204(1)       50
228 Parking so as to obstruct traffic..............................................                204(2)       50
229 Parking on sidewalk............................................................... 205(1)(a)                50
230 Parking in front of driveway or authorized loading zone....... 205(1)(b)                                    50
231 Parking within an intersection................................................ 205(1)(c)                    50
232 Parking too close to fire hydrant............................................ 205(1)(d)                     50
233 Parking within a crosswalk....................................................                205(1)(e)     50
234 Parking within 6m of an approach side of crosswalk............. 205(1)(f)                                   50
235 Parking within 12m of traffic control signal on side of
      roadway............................................................................... 205(1)(g)          50
236 Parking too near entrance or exit of hotel, school, church,
      etc........................................................................................ 205(1)(h)     50
237 Parking too near safety zone................................................... 205(1)(i)                   50
238 Parking too near fire station................................................... 205(1)(k)                  50
239 Parking too near street excavation or obstruction and
      obstructing traffic................................................................ 205(1)(l)             50
240 Parking on roadway side of a stopped or parked vehicle........ 205(1)(m)                                    50
241 Parking on bridge or in highway tunnel................................. 205(1)(n)                           50
242 Failing to observe traffic control device prohibiting stopping
      or parking............................................................................ 205(1)(o)          50
243 Moving vehicle not lawfully under control into illegal
      parking place......................................................                          205(2)       50
244 Failing to park on right side of highway.................................                        206        50
245 Stopping, standing or parking a vehicle in disabled parking
      space without valid emblem.....................................                               206.1       50
246 Parking so as to cause danger to persons using highway........                                   207        50
247 Parking on highway where vehicle not visible to
      approaching traffic..............................................................              208        50
248 Parking vending vehicle on highway......................................                         209        50
249 Failing to remove abandoned vehicle..................................... 210(3),(9)                       50/100
250 Moving out-of-service vehicle................................................ 210(12)                      250
251 Parking unattended vehicle without stopping engine and
      braking vehicle, etc.............................................................              211        50
 
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     252 Backing vehicle when unsafe to do so...................................                      212           50
     253 Driver not riding on regular seat of motorcycle......................                       213(1)         50
     254 Passenger riding motorcycle not properly equipped for
           passengers........................................................................... 213(2)(a)          50
     255 Passenger not riding in passenger seat on motorcycle............ 213(2)(b)                                 50
     256 Permitting passenger to ride on motorcycle illegally..............                          213(3)         50
     257 Operating or riding motorcycle without helmets....................                          213(4)        100
     258 Driving motor vehicle with non-transparent, etc., material on
           windows, windshield, etc...............................................                   214(a)        100
     259 Driving motor vehicle with ornaments thereon obstructing
           vision................................................................................... 214(b)         50
     260 Driving motor vehicle when vision obstructed.......................                         214(c)        100
     261 Operating or permitting operation of vehicle with vision
           obscured or control obstructed by overloading....................                         215(1)        100
     262 Permitting more than two adult persons in front seat, etc......                             215(2)         50
     263 Passenger occupying position in vehicle interfering with
           driver's vision or control.....................................................           215(3)         50
     264 Driving vehicle which is too wide..........................................                  216          100
     265 Driving vehicle which is too high..........................................                  217          100
     266 Towing vehicle with drawbar greater than 3.66 m.................                             218          100
     267 Vehicle, or combination of vehicles, exceeding certain
           length..................................................................................   219          100
     268 Item projecting unlawfully from front of vehicle....................                         220           50
     269 Item projecting unlawfully from side of vehicle.....................                         221           50
     270 Shifting and leaking loads......................................................            222(1)         50
     271 Load not securely fastened.....................................................             222(2)        100
     272 Persons obstructing or interfering with traffic........................                      223          100
     273 Coasting down grade in neutral or with clutch disengaged....                                 224           50
     274 Following emergency vehicle too closely, driving, parking
           too close to fire apparatus...................................................            225(1)        100
     275 Driving vehicle over unprotected fire hose.............................                     225(2)        100
     276 Littering highway or failing to remove litter..........................                     226(5)        200
     277 Driving on sidewalk...............................................................           227          100
     278 Opening door of vehicle on highway......................................                    228(a)         50
     279 Leaving door of vehicle open.................................................               228(b)         50
     280 Permitting person to alight from or enter moving vehicle......                              228(c)         50
     281 Alighting from or boarding moving vehicle...........................                        228(d)         50
     282 Failing to equip passenger vehicle with warning devices.......                              229(1)        100
     283 Failing to give warning in emergency breakdown..................                            229(2)        100
     284 Racing on highway.................................................................           231          200
     285 Failing to stop at accident scene.............................................              232(1)        500
     286 Failing to give name and address, etc., or to exhibit driver's
           license.................................................................................  232(2)        100
     287 Failing to render assistance to injured person........................                      232(2)        500
     288 Failing to report accident....................................................... 232(3)-(6)              100
     289 Garage operator, etc., failing to report vehicle involved in
           accident, etc........................................................................     234(1)        200
     290 Installing rebuilt airbag in motor vehicle........................ 234.1(6)                                50
     291 Insurer or other person failing to report to Registrar payment
           of damages.........................................................................        235          100
     292 Making false statement in report............................................                236(2)        100
     293 Driver of emergency vehicle exceeding speed limit without
           sounding siren, etc..............................................................         237(2)        100
     294 Driver of emergency vehicle not proceeding with regard to
           safety................................................................................... 237(3)        100
     295 Unlawfully sounding siren or showing flashing red light.......                              237(5)         50
     296 Failing to obey directions of traffic officer.............................                   238           50
 
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297   Knowingly causing another to drive unlawfully.....................                         239            50
298   Placing unauthorized sign on highway...................................                   245(1)         200
299   Altering, defacing, etc., traffic sign........................................             246           100
300   Failing to stop vehicle upon request or signal of peace
        officer...........................................................................      253(2)         200
301   Failing to produce driver's license and registration permit on
        request of peace officer..........................................                      253(3)         200
302   Owner of vehicle failing to identify driver.............................                  254(1)         100
303   Applying for, or possession of, driver's license while
        disqualified, etc...................................................................     270           100
304   Driving motor vehicle while registration suspended..............                          271(1)         200
305   Driving while license suspended, etc.....................................                 271(1)         200
306   Driving while disqualified......................................................          271(1)         200
307   Owner permitting person to drive motor vehicle while
        registration suspended.........................................................         271(1)         200
308   Non-resident operating motor vehicle while driver's license
        suspended or cancelled........................................................           272           200
309   Failing to comply with this Act or the regulations.................                        290            50
310   Obstructing or attempting to obstruct peace officer, inspector
        or other person lawfully engaged under the Act or
        regulations.........................................................                    290.1          200
311   Placing glaring or dazzling light toward traffic on highway...                             291           100
312   Failing to reduce speed when meeting funeral procession......                             292(1)          50
313   Unlawfully passing funeral procession...................................                  292(3)          50
314   Driver permitting person to ride on hood, fenders, etc., of
        motor vehicle.......................................................................     293           100
315   Removing number plates from registered vehicle..................                           294           100
316   Driving horse, etc., on highway while drunk..........................                      295           200
317   Splashing pedestrians.............................................................         296            50
318   Failing to register vehicle purchased, etc., outside this
        province within 10 days......................................................            298            50
319   Failing to carry and produce valid insurance card to peace
        officer when requested........................................................          324(4)         600
320   Failing to comply with Part XI...............................................             327(1)         600



                                                         PART 28
                                 HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT
              Commercial Driver, Carrier and Audit Review Systems Regulations
                                         (EC21/06)

Item                                         Column I                                          Column II   Column III
Number                                        Offence                                           Section    Penalty for
                                                                                                           out of court
                                                                                                            settlement
1 Driver or carrier driving or operating commercial vehicle
     where maximum allowable accumulated demerit points
     have been exceeded ...........................................................              3(7)         $200
2 Driver or carrier making a false statement in an application
     for a safety rating certificate ........................................                    5(4)          200
3 Driver or carrier failing to return to the Registrar within ten
     calendar days from the date of revocation of a safety rating
     certificate, all number plates and vehicle permits ............                             5(6)          200
 
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     4 Carrier failing to maintain for each driver who operates a
           commercial vehicle on the carrier's behalf records of the
           driver's employment application ................................          7(a)(i)           200
     5 Carrier failing to maintain for each driver who operates a
           commercial vehicle on the carrier's behalf an annual
           certified abstract of the driver's operating record obtained
           from Registrar.....................................................       7(a)(ii)          200
     6 Carrier failing to maintain for each driver who operates a
           commercial vehicle on the carrier's behalf records of the
           class of license held by the driver ..............................       7(a)(iii)          200
     7 Carrier failing to maintain for each driver who operates a
           commercial vehicle on the carrier's behalf the medical
           records of the driver .............................................      7(a)(iv)           200
     8 Carrier failing to maintain for each driver who operates a
           commercial vehicle on the carrier's behalf records of the
           training and special qualifications of the driver, with
           expiry dates........................................................      7(a)(v)           200
     9 Carrier failing to maintain for each driver who operates a
           commercial vehicle on the carrier's behalf records of the
           hours of service worked by each driver .......................           7(a)(vi)           200
     10 Carrier failing to maintain for each driver who operates a
           commercial vehicle on the carrier's behalf records of all
           summary or indictable convictions for driving offences....               7(a)(vii)          200
     11 Carrier failing to maintain for each driver who operates a
           commercial vehicle on the carrier's behalf records of all
           traffic accidents in which the driver was involved ..........            7(a)(viii)         200
     12 Carrier failing to maintain for each driver who operates a
           commercial vehicle on the carrier's behalf records of the
           driver's Trip Inspection Reports ...............................         7(a)(ix)           200
     13 Carrier failing to maintain for each driver who operates a
           commercial vehicle on the carrier's behalf records of the
           driver's receipts for on-road travel ............................         7(a)(x)           200
     14 Carrier failing to maintain for each commercial vehicle
           owned or operated by the carrier records of all vehicle
           maintenance and inspection procedures carried out in
           accordance with applicable regulations .......................            7(b)(i)           200
     15 Carrier failing to maintain for each commercial vehicle
           owned or operated by the carrier records of any notice of
           defect received from the vehicle manufacturer and proof
           that the defects have been corrected ...........................         7(b)(ii)           200
     16 Carrier failing to maintain for each commercial vehicle
           owned or operated by the carrier records of fuel receipts,
           bills of lading and shipping documents ......................            7(b)(iii)          200
     17 Carrier failing to maintain for each commercial vehicle
           owned or operated by the carrier CVSA Inspection
           Reports .............................................................    7(b)(iv)           200
     18 Carrier failing to maintain results of CVSA Inspections .......               7(c)             200
     19 Carrier failing to maintain carrier's policy and procedures for
           driver management and vehicle maintenance ................                 7(d)             200
     20 Carrier failing to maintain any other records considered
           necessary by the Registrar to determine the safety rating of
           a carrier ............................................................     7(e)             200
     21 Carrier failing to maintain facility audit records for current
           calendar year and four calendar years thereafter .............             8(1)             200
     22 Carrier failing to keep records and make records available at
           the carrier's main place of business ...........................           9(1)             200
 
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23 Carrier failing to provide notice of change of main place of
      business within province to Registrar within ten calendar
      days .................................................................                  9(2)           200
24 Carrier failing to provide notice of change in name or change
      in officers, directors or principals of carrier's business to
      Registrar within ten calendar days .............................                        9(3)           200
25 Carrier failing to pay any costs incurred by the Department
      for carrying out a facility audit or an inspection conducted
      outside province ..................................................                      10            200
26 Carrier failing to make facility audit records available for
      inspection within two business days from the date the
      request was made by the Registrar and during normal
      business hours at the carrier's main place of business ......                          11(1)           200
27 Altering, defacing, destroying or otherwise falsifying any
      records required to be maintained ..............................                       12(a)           200
28 Obstructing or preventing any person authorized to carry out
      a facility audit from entering the carrier's premises for the
      purposes of inspecting the carrier's records or any of the
      carrier's commercial vehicles ...................................                      12(b)           200
29 Obstructing any person authorized to carry out a facility
       audit ...............................................................                 12(c)           200
30 Failing to maintain required records ...............................                      12(d)           200
31 Failing to produce required records for a facility audit .........                        12(e)           200

                                                        PART 29
                                     HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT
                            Commercial Vehicle (Configurations) Regulations
                                             (EC367/93)

Item                                        Column I                                       Column II    Column III
Number                                       Offence                                        Section     Penalty for
                                                                                                        out of court
                                                                                                         settlement
1 Operating etc. commercial vehicle with non-complying
    configuration.......................................................................      6(1)         $200

                                                        PART 30
                                  HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT
                  Commercial Vehicle (Trip Inspection and Records) Regulations
                                          (EC225/89)

Item                                        Column I                                       Column II    Column III
Number                                       Offence                                        Section     Penalty for
                                                                                                        out of court
                                                                                                         settlement
1 Driver failing to inspect vehicle..............................................             3(1)           $50
2 Driver failing to inspect on continuous trip.............................                   3(2)            50
3 Driver failing to enter defects in report...................................                 5              50
4 Driver failing to enter complete information in report.............                          7              50
5 Carrier failing to maintain records............................................           10(a)-(d)         50
6 Carrier failing to maintain records at principal place of
     business in P.E.I..................................................................    11(a),(b)        50
7 Driver failing to complete daily trip inspection report.............                         12            50
 
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                                                        PART 31
                                             HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT
                                            Driver's Licenses Regulations
                                                     (EC550/02)

     Item                                     Column I                                    Column II    Column III
     Number                                    Offence                                     Section     Penalty for
                                                                                                       out of court
                                                                                                        settlement
     1 Operating vehicle equipped with airbrakes without valid
         endorsement on license.......................................................       2(1)         $200
     2 Operating school bus without valid Class 2 license.................                   2(2)          200

                                                        PART 32
                                           HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT
                                       Farm Truck Registration Regulations
                                                  (EC356/74)

     Item                                   Column I                                     Column II     Column III
     Number                                  Offence                                      Section      Penalty for
                                                                                                       out of court
                                                                                                        settlement
     1     Making a false statement in an application or affidavit or
             failing to comply with the regulations.............................            7(2)          $500

                                                        PART 33
                                          HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT
                                     Graduated Driver Licensing Regulations
                                                  (EC225/07)

     Item                                     Column I                                    Column II    Column III
     Number                                    Offence                                     Section     Penalty for
                                                                                                       out of court
                                                                                                        settlement
     1 Stage 1 driver failing to ensure that no other person other than
          the Stage 1 driver and accompanying driver is occupying
          the front seat of the motor vehicle ..................................    2(3)(c)                $100
     2 Stage 1 driver failing to ensure that any passengers occupying
          seats, other than the front seat, of the motor vehicle are the
          immediate family members of the accompanying driver ....                  2(3)(d)                100
     3 Stage 1 driver failing to ensure that he or she is not
          accompanied by more passengers than may be
          accommodated in a seating position with an available seat
          belt..................................................................... 2(3)(e)                100
     4 Stage 1 driver operating or having care or control of a motor
          vehicle between 1:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. ..........................        2(3)(f)                100
     5 Person acting as an accompanying driver for a Stage 1 driver
          where the person is not qualified to do so ..................... 2(6)(a)(i)                      100
     6 Person acting as an accompanying driver for a Stage 1 driver
          where the person is not seated beside the Stage 1
          driver.................................................................. 2(6)(a)(ii)             100
 
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7 Stage 2 driver being accompanied by more than one
      passenger who is not an immediate family member of the
      driver ....................................................................                  3(3)(b)         100
8 Stage 2 driver being accompanied by passengers who are not
      accommodated in a seating position with an available seat
      belt...................................................................                      3(3)(b)         100
9 Stage 2 driver operating or having care or control of a motor
      vehicle between 1:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. in violation of
      conditions ..........................................................                        (3)(3)(c)       100
10 Stage 3 driver failing to ensure that he or she is not
      accompanied by more passengers than may be
      accommodated in a seating position with an available seat
      belt .......................................................................                 4(3)(b)         100
11 Stage 3 driver failing to ensure that he or she is not
      accompanied by a passenger not wearing a seat belt while
      seated in a seating position with an available seat belt .......                             4(3)(c)         100
12 Stage 1 driver or newly licensed driver failing to display decal
      on or in any motor vehicle being operated by the Stage 1
      driver or newly licensed driver .......................................                         5            100
13 Stage 1 driver or newly licensed driver using a hand-held
      cellular telephone, headphones, mp 3 player or any other
      hand-held electronic device while operating or having care
      or control of a motor vehicle .........................................                          6           100

                                                           PART 34
                                           HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT
                                       Motor Vehicle Inspection Regulations
                                                   (EC441/91)

Item                                           Column I                                           Column II    Column III
Number                                          Offence                                            Section     Penalty for
                                                                                                               out of court
                                                                                                                settlement
1 Operating vehicle with invalid inspection sticker....................                            19(1)(a)         $50
2 Possessing inspection sticker not issued for vehicle registered
      in person's own name......................................................                   19(1)(b)         50
3 Altering any inspection sticker................................................                  19(1)(c)         50
4 Drawing, preparing or manufacturing any inspection sticker...                                    19(1)(d)         50
5 Possessing or using of any inspection sticker which was
      altered..................................................................................    19(1)(e)         50
6 Using an inspection sticker which has been issued to another
      vehicle.................................................................................     19(1)(f)         50
7 Displaying inspection sticker improperly...............................                          19(1)(g)         50
8 Altering inspection report.......................................................                19(1)(h)         50
9 Selling uninspected vehicle......................................................                19(1)(i)         50
10 Selling vehicle required to be inspected in name of registered
      owner or vendor..................................................................            19(1)(j)         50
11 Selling vehicle not meeting standards, removing plate, etc., -
      "SOLD NOT INSPECTED"................................................                         19(1)(k)         50
12 Any action that circumvents requirements and intent of these
      regulations...........................................................................       19(1)(l)         50
13 Any vendor selling vehicles not meeting standards---
      registered owner to remove number plates, inspection
      sticker, etc., registration to show "SOLD NOT
      INSPECTED".....................................................................              19(2)(a)         50
 
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     14 Vendor with dealer's trade license selling vehicle not meeting
          standards must remove inspection sticker, etc., registration
          to show "SOLD NOT INSPECTED".............................                         19(2)(b)          50

                                                          PART 35
                                               LIQUOR CONTROL ACT
                                               R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. L-14

     Item                                  Column I                                 Column II        Column III
     Number                                 Offence                                  Section      Penalty for out of
                                                                                                   court settlement
     1 Obstructing, attempting to obstruct, or failing to                                       $200 (1st offence)
         cooperate with an inspector ......................................           8.1(2)     400 (2nd or
                                                                                                subsequent offence

     2     Manufacturer or vendor selling or keeping for sale any
              prohibited proprietary or patent medicine, extract,                                 500 (1st offence)
              essence, lotion, tincture or preparation after being                              1,250 (2nd or
              notified of the prohibition by the Commission .......                   30(3)     subsequent offence)
     3     After publication in the Royal Gazette, selling by retail
              or possessing for sale any prohibited medicine,                                     500 (1st offence)
              extract, essence, lotion, tincture or preparation                                 1,250 (2nd or
              containing alcohol without being duly licensed ......                   30(5)     subsequent offence)
     4     After publication in the Royal Gazette, selling by
              wholesale any such medicine, extract, essence,                                      500 (1st offence)
              lotion, tincture or preparation containing alcohol to a                           1,250 (2nd or
              person not duly licensed to sell by retail ...............              30(6)     subsequent offence)
     5     Selling by retail or possessing for sale by retail any
              medicine, extract, essence, lotion, tincture or
              preparation containing more than 15% alcohol by                                     500 (1st offence)
              volume in any bottle or container having a content                                1,250 (2nd or
              capacity greater than 16 ounces..........................               30(7)     subsequent offence)
     6     Selling by retail more than one such bottle or container                               500 (1st offence)
              described in subsection 30(7) to any one person in                                1,250 (2nd or
              any calendar week..........................................             30(8)     subsequent offence)
     7     Unauthorized selling or keeping liquor for sale to                                    5,000 (1st offence)
              another person or giving liquor to any other person                               10,000 (2nd or
              for consideration............................................            32       subsequent offence)
     8     Having in possession or keeping within the province                                    500 (1st offence)
              any liquor not purchased from a vendor .....................            33(1)     1,250 (2nd or
                                                                                                subsequent offence)
     9 Vendor selling in unauthorized place or at unauthorized                                    500 (1st offence)
          time ..................................................................      35       1,250 (2nd or
                                                                                                subsequent offence)
     10 Dealing in liquor by employee of Commission..............                      36         500 (1st offence)
                                                                                                1,250 (2nd or
                                                                                                subsequent offence)
     11 Unlawfully taking or accepting liquor .............................            37       200 (1st offence)
                                                                                                400 (2nd or
                                                                                                subsequent offence)
     12 Unlawfully consuming liquor in public place..................                 39(1)     200 (1st offence)
                                                                                                400 (2nd or
                                                                                                subsequent offence)
     13 Being intoxicated in public place.....................................        39(2)     200 (1st offence)
                                                                                                400 (2nd or
                                                                                                subsequent offence)
 
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14 Consuming liquor in or about a motor vehicle.................                       39(3)   200 (1st offence)
                                                                                               400 (2nd or
                                                                                               subsequent offence)
15 Selling, giving, supplying liquor to a minor.....................                   40(1)     500 (1st offence)
                                                                                               1,250 (2nd or
                                                                                               subsequent offence)
16 Minor illegally being in a licensed premises....................                    40(2)    200 (1st offence)
                                                                                                400 (2nd or
                                                                                                subsequent offence)
17 Permitting minor to enter and remain on licensed                                               500 (1st offence)
      premises......................................................                   40(3)    1,250 (2nd or
                                                                                                subsequent offence)
18 Minor failing to leave licensed premises on request........                         40(4)    200 (1st offence)
                                                                                                400 (2nd or
                                                                                                subsequent offence)
19 Minor possessing or consuming liquor.............................40(5)(a),(b)                200 (1st offence)
                                                                                                400 (2nd or
                                                                                                subsequent offence)
20 Minor entering any liquor store........................................              43      200 (1st offence)
                                                                                                400 (2nd or
                                                                                                subsequent offence)
21 Selling or giving liquor to person who is apparently                                         200 (1st offence)
      intoxicated...................................................................    47      400 (2nd or
                                                                                                subsequent offence)
22 Unlawfully possessing liquor...........................................             48(1)    200 (1st offence)
                                                                                                400 (2nd or
                                                                                                subsequent offence)
23 Knowingly possessing the proceeds of an offence under                                         5,000 (1st offence)
     this Act or the regulations.................................                      58(2)   10,000 (2nd or
                                                                                               subsequent offence
24 Delivering or transporting liquor to prohibited                                               5,000 (1st offence)
      premises..................................................... 82.1(7)(a)                 10,000 (2nd or
                                                                                               subsequent offence)
25 Delivering or transporting liquor on prohibited                                               5,000 (1st offence)
      premises..................................................... 82.1(7)(b)                 10,000 (2nd or
                                                                                               subsequent offence)
26 Storing or keeping liquor on prohibited premises......... 82.1(7)(c)                          5,000 (1st offence)
                                                                                               10,000 (2nd or
                                                                                               subsequent offence)
27 Selling or purchasing liquor on prohibited premises...... 82.1(7)(d)                          5,000 (1st offence)
                                                                                               10,000 (2nd or
                                                                                               subsequent offence)
28 Consuming liquor on prohibited premises.................. 82.1(7)(e)                          5,000 (1st offence)
                                                                                               10,000 (2nd or
                                                                                               subsequent offence)
 
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                                                                PART 36
                                               OFF-HIGHWAY VEHICLE ACT
                                                 R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. O-3

     Item                                           Column I                                          Column II    Column III
     Number                                          Offence                                           Section     Penalty for
                                                                                                                   out of court
                                                                                                                    settlement
     1 Operator of off-highway vehicle failing to stop when
           signalled or requested by auxiliary peace officer or peace
           officer...................................................................                   1.1(5)         $250
     2 Operator of off-highway vehicle failing to produce for
           inspection his or her permit and certificate of
           registration ........................................................                        1.1(6)          50
     3 Operating off-highway vehicle on Confederation Trail
           without permit.....................................................                          1.2(2)         225
     4 Owner or operator of off-highway vehicle operating or
           permitting any other person to operate off-highway
           vehicle without holding certificate of registration............                             2(1)(a)          75
     5 Owner or operator of off-highway vehicle possessing off-
           highway vehicle outside owner's property without holding
           certificate of registration.........................................                        2(1)(b)          75
     6 Owner of off-highway vehicle failing to provide name and
           address of operator within 24 hours of request by
           Registrar, auxiliary peace officer or peace officer............                               2(4)          250
     7 Failing to produce certificate of registration on demand of
           peace officer........................................................................         3(1)           50
     8 Failing to notify Registrar of change of name or address.........                                 3(3)           50
     9 Failing to register transfer or assignment of off-highway
           vehicle.................................................................................      7(2)          150
     10 Dealer delivering registered off-highway vehicle where
           certificate of registration not transferred on records of
           registration to name of new owner..............................                               7(3)          250
     11 Operating off-highway vehicle without license plate firmly
           attached and properly displayed.........................................                      8(1)           50
     12 Operating snowmobile without license plate firmly attached
           and properly displayed.......................................................                 8(2)           50
     13 Failing to attach license plate to vehicle kept by manufacturer
           or dealer for sale..................................................................        9(3)(a)         250
     14 Failing to attach licence plate to vehicle in custody & control
           of person engaged in the business of servicing vehicles......                               9(3)(b)         250
     15 Using or operating vehicle to which licence plate is
           inappropriately attached......................................................                9(4)           50
     16 Defacing or altering any certificate or licence plate issued
           under this Act......................................................................         11(a)          250
     17 Using or permitting the use of any defaced or altered
           certificate or license plate issued under this Act.................                          11(b)          250
     18 Using or permitting the use of any license plate or class
           thereof other than for which it was issued...........................                        11(c)          250
     19 Operating off-highway vehicle on any portion of highway......                                   12(1)          250
     20 Failing to yield right-of-way.....................................................              13(1)          250
     21 Failing to obey traffic control devices......................................                   13(2)          250
     22 Failing to remain at or return to scene of accident...................                         14(1)(a)        250
     23 Failing to render assistance at scene of accident......................                        14(1)(b)        250
 
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24 Failing to provide written information at scene of accident
      causing injury......................................................................        14(1)(c)      250
25 Failing to notify injured party of collision with unattended
      vehicle.................................................................................    14(2)(a)      250
26 Failing to leave written notice of name and address of
      operator and registration number of off-highway vehicle in
      a conspicuous place in or upon unattended vehicle..........                                 14(2)(b)      250
27 Failing to locate and notify owner or person in change of
      damaged property................................................................             14(3)        250
28 Failing to report to peace officer an accident resulting in
      death, injury or damage over $200......................................                      15(1)        250
29 Peace officer witnessing or investigating an accident failing to
      complete a written report........................................                             16          250
30 Operating off-highway vehicle without due care and attention
      or reasonable consideration.................................................               17(a),(b)      250
31 Making false statement in any application required under this
      Act or the regulations..........................................................              18          250

                                                           PART 37
                                          OFF-HIGHWAY VEHICLE ACT
                                                 Regulations
                                                  (EC96/88)

Item                                          Column I                                           Column II     Column
Number                                         Offence                                            Section         III
                                                                                                             Penalty for
                                                                                                             out of court
                                                                                                              settlement
 1 Registered owner of off-highway vehicle failing to notify
    Highway Safety Division of change of name or address....                                        2(5)         $50
 2 New owner of off-highway vehicle failing to register vehicle
    in new owner's name within 14 days of sale or transfer.....                                     4(1)          50
 3 Operator and passenger of off-highway vehicle failing to
    wear safety helmet approved by CSA..........................                                     6           250
 4 Operator of off-highway vehicle operating vehicle without
    holding valid driver's license issued under the Highway
    Traffic Act..........................................................                           8(2)         250
 5 Operator of off-highway vehicle failing to obey traffic
    signals................................................................................         9(a)         250
 6 Operator of off-highway vehicle failing to obey the order or
    signals of a peace officer....................................................                  9(b)         250
 7 Operator of off-highway vehicle failing to produce driver's
    license when required to do so by a peace officer..............                                 9(c)          50
 8 Operator of off-highway vehicle crossing highway or
    roadway with approaching traffic within 500 feet or where
    visibility is not sufficient to render clearly discernible
    persons and vehicles at a distance of 500 feet....................                               11          250
 9 Owner or operator of snowmobile permitting it to be
    operated by a person under 14 years of age and the person
    is not directly supervised by an adult who holds a valid
    driver's license....................................................................           12(1)         250
 
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     10 Owner or operator of off-highway vehicle, other than a
         snowmobile, permitting it to be operated by a person
         between 10 and 14 years of age and the person is not
         directly supervised by an adult who holds a valid driver's
         license.................................................................................     12(2)(a)        250
     11 Owner or operator of off-highway vehicle, other than a
         snowmobile, permitting it to be operated by a person less
         than 10 years of age.............................................................            12(2)(b)        250
     12 Registered owner of off-highway vehicle failing to disclose
         name of operator on request of peace officer..................                                 13              50
     13 Operator or owner of off-highway vehicle failing to ensure
         all lamps and equipment in good working order.............                                     14              50
     14 Operator of off-highway vehicle while driving at night or in
         fog, rain or snow failing to keep lamps and taillamps
         illuminated..........................................................................         15(1)          250
     15 Operator of off-highway vehicle driving at excessive speed
         or in manner which might endanger the safety of persons
         or property..........................................................................         16(a)          250
     16 Operator of off-highway vehicle pursuing, harassing,
         maiming or killing an animal or other wildlife....................                            16(b)          250
     17 Operator of off-highway vehicle throwing or depositing on
         any highway, roadway or trail any glass, bottle, tin or
         other waste or refuse liable to injure a human or an animal
         or damage a vehicle or spoil the environment.....................                             16(c)          250
     18 Operating or having care or control of an off-highway
         vehicle while ability to operate is impaired by alcohol or a
         drug.....................................................................................      17            250
     19 Operator or passenger of off-highway vehicle being in
         possession of a firearm not inserted in a closed
         holster.................................................................................      18(a)          250
     20 Operator or passenger of off-highway vehicle possessing or
         transporting a loaded firearm..............................................                   18(b)          250
     21 Operator or passenger of off-highway vehicle discharging a
         firearm from an off-highway vehicle...................................                        18(c)          250
     22 Operator of off-highway vehicle operating vehicle on any
         land without the express permission of the owner of land
         or the tenant, licensee or permittee of the owner of
         land......................................................................................    19(2)          250
     23 Driver of off-highway vehicle driving at a speed exceeding
         8 kilometers per hour within 30 meters of a dwelling or
         place where a person is taking shelter or where a person is
         practising an outdoor sport...................................................                 20            250
     24 Person who parks off-highway vehicle failing to take
         precautions to prevent another person who is not
         authorized by the Act or regulations to operate the off-
         highway vehicle..................................................................              21            250
     25 Operator or passenger of off-highway vehicle wearing scarf
         or other clothing accessory in a manner that may be caught
         by the off-highway vehicle or by trees or other
         obstructions of a similar nature..........................................                     22            250
     26 Driver of off-highway vehicle failing to make crossings to
         the right and pass on the left...............................................                23(2)(a)        250
     27 Driver of off-highway vehicle overtaking and passing
         another off-highway vehicle on the right where the other
         vehicle is not turning left....................................................              23(2)(b)        250
 
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28 Driver of off-highway vehicle, in passing another off-
    highway vehicle, pulling out in front of vehicle passed and
    failing to ensure that passing can be done without risk to
    the off-highway vehicle passed...........................................                     23(2)(c)    250
29 Driver of off-highway vehicle on a trail with lanes in
    opposite directions failing to refrain from entering left lane
    from right before ascertaining may do so without
    danger.................................................................................       23(2)(d)    250
30 Driver of off-highway vehicle failing to maintain safe
    distance when following another off-highway vehicle on
    trail......................................................................................   23(2)(e)    250
31 Driver of off-highway vehicle failing to yield the right of
    way of another off-highway vehicle claiming the right of
    way.....................................................................................      23(2)(f)    250
32 Driver of off-highway vehicle driving in reverse without
    ascertaining can be done without risk and without
    impeding traffic..................................................................            23(2)(g)    250
33 Driver of off-highway vehicle failing to make proper signals
    when stopping, slowing down or turning............................                            23(2)(h)    250
34 Driver of off-highway vehicle, when approaching an
    intersection and preparing to turn left, failing to yield the
    right of way to an off-highway vehicle coming in opposite
    direction which enters the intersection or is so near thereto
    that is dangerous to turn in front of it.................................                     23(2)(i)    250
35 Driver of off-highway vehicle, when arriving at fork in two
    or more trails and at crossing of trails, failing to yield the
    right of way to driver of off-highway vehicle approaching
    on right on other trail except when a stop sign is placed on
    such other trail and driver is required to stop and be bound
    to yield the way..................................................................            23(2)(j)    250
36 Driver of off-highway vehicle, when preparing to enter trail,
    failing to yield the way to off-highway vehicle
    approaching on trail............................................................              23(2)(k)    250
37 Driver of off-highway vehicle, when turning right at an
    intersection of trails, encroaching on left or centre of trail
    when turning right onto trail..............................................                   23(2)(l)    250
38 Driver of off-highway vehicle parking so as to impede
    access to any property or impede access near an
    intersection of trails or in any other place where it
    interferes with traffic on trails............................................                 23(2)(m)    250
39 Driver of off-highway vehicle, when parked on trail, failing
    to leave sufficient space so as to be seen from both
    directions............................................................................        23(2)(n)    250
40 Driver of off-highway vehicle placing vehicle on trail while
    being fueled........................................................................          23(2)(o)    250
 
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                                                    PART 38
                                        PESTICIDES CONTROL ACT
                                               Regulations
                                               (EC761/05)

     Item                               Column I                                Column II      Column III
     Number                              Offence                                   Section Penalty for out of
                                                                                             court settlement
     1    Failing to keep records of each pesticide use or                                 $1,000 (individual)
              application.........................................................  9(1) 5,000 (corporation)
     2    Failing to record a pesticide use or application within 72                       1,000 (individual)
              hours after a pesticide use or application..................... 9(2) 5,000 (corporation)
     3    Failing to keep records for at least three years from the date                   1,000 (individual)
              of the use or application of the pesticide..................... 9(3)(a) 5,000 (corporation)
     4    Failing to make records available to officials .................... 9(3)(b) 1,000 (individual)
                                                                                           5,000 (corporation)
     5    Failing to provide annual sales data to the Minister, prior to
              January 31, for all domestic and non-domestic pesticides                     1,000 (individual)
              sold to retail customers for the previous calendar year...... 12(1) 5,000 (corporation)
     6    Failing to display a Non-Domestic Pesticide Business                             1,000 (individual)
              Licence............................................................. 13(1.1) 5,000 (corporation)
     7    Failing to display a Domestic Pesticide Business                                 1,000 (individual)
               Licence............................................................ 13.1(5) 5,000 (corporation)
     8    Failing to prepare a written record of a sale of a non-                          1,000 (individual)
              domestic pesticide within 24 hours of the sale.............. 17(1) 5,000 (corporation)
     9     Failing to prepare a written record of a sale of a Schedule 1                   1,000 (individual)
              pesticide within 24 hours of the sale.........................        17(2) 5,000 (corporation)
     10    Employee no longer authorized to use Pesticide Purchase
              Permit failing to return Permit immediately to operator
              of agricultural operation or to holder of Pesticide                          1,000 (individual)
              Application Business Licence ................................         18(3) 5,000 (corporation)
     11   Failing to provide a copy of a Pesticide Application Permit                      1,000 (individual)
              upon request of an environment officer.....................           19(4) 5,000 (corporation)
     12   Failing to keep or store a pesticide separate from foodstuff,
              feed or any other material intended for consumption by                       1,000 (individual)
              humans or animals............................................... 20(1) 5,000 (corporation)
     13   Failing to store a pesticide in the required storage facility..... 20(2) 1,000 (individual)
                                                                                           5,000 (corporation)
     14   Holder of Domestic Pesticide Vendor Business License
              failing to ensure that the display of controlled purchase
              domestic pesticides is not accessible to any person other             20.1 1,000 (individual)
              than the licensee or the licensee's employees............... (1)(a) 5,000 (corporation)
     15   Holder of Domestic Pesticide Vendor Business License
              failing to ensure that the display of controlled purchase
              domestic pesticides is more than one metre away from                  20.1 1,000 (individual)
              any commodities................................................. (1)(b) 5,000 (corporation)
     16   Holder of Domestic Pesticide Vendor Business License
              failing to store a controlled purchase domestic pesticide                    1,000 (individual)
              in required manner.............................................. 20.1(2) 5,000 (corporation)
     17   Failing to display or store a self-select domestic pesticide in                  1,000 (individual)
              the approved manner............................................ 20.2 5,000 (corporation)
     18   Failing to carry a Pesticide Application Permit when
              handling, loading, transporting, mixing or applying a                        1,000 (individual)
              Schedule 1 pesticide ............................................. 21(1) 5,000 (corporation)
 
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19 Revoked by EC380/08...............................................            1,000 (individual)
                                                                           21(2) 5,000 (corporation)
20 Failing to apply, store, handle, mix, load, or transport a
      pesticide in the manner specified on the label of the                           1,000 (individual)
      package of the pesticide.......................................... 22 5,000 (corporation)
21 Failing to comply with all terms and conditions placed on a                        1,000 (individual)
      licence, certificate or permit..................................... 22.1 5,000 (corporation)
22 Failing to dispose of a pesticide, a mixture containing a
      pesticide, a material treated with a pesticide or a container
      that held a pesticide other than in the manner and using the 23(a),
      method recommended by the manufacturer or                              (b),(c), 1,000 (individual)
      Minister............................................................     (d) 5,000 (corporation)
23 Failing to provide proper prior notice, in writing or by phone,                    1,000 (individual)
      of a non-domestic pesticide application ...................... 24(1) 5,000 (corporation)
24 Failing to include required information in the notice regarding                    1,000 (individual)
      the application of a non-domestic pesticide .................. 24(2) 5,000 (corporation)
25 Failing to post prior proper notice of a non-domestic pesticide                    1,000 (individual)
      application ........................................................ 25(1) 5,000 (corporation)
26 Failing to include required information in the posted notice                       1,000 (individual)
      regarding the application of a non-domestic pesticide ...... 25(2) 5,000 (corporation)
27 Failing to ensure that signs are posted at all entrances and
      exits to a structure within which or to which a pesticide is                    1,000 (individual)
      applied ............................................................. 25(3) 5,000 (corporation)
28 Failing to maintain clearly visible posted signs for the                           1,000 (individual)
      required time period following a pesticide application ...... 25(4) 5,000 (corporation)
29 Non-domestic Pesticide Vendor Business Licence holder                              1,000 (individual)
      failing to store pesticides in Phase III storage facility ...... 26 5,000 (corporation)
30 Failing to transport a pesticide in or on a vehicle together with
      commodities in a manner not sufficient to prevent                               1,000 (individual)
      contamination .................................................... 27(1) 5,000 (corporation)
31 Failing to transport a concentrated non-domestic pesticide in
      or on a vehicle in the original manufacturer's sealed
      container in a manner that will ensure the pesticide will                       1,000 (individual)
      not spill ............................................................ 27(2)(a) 5,000 (corporation)
32 Failing to transport a concentrated non-domestic pesticide in
      or on a vehicle in an enclosed leak proof container or                          1,000 (individual)
      properly secured to the transportation equipment............ 27(2)(b) 5,000 (corporation)
33 Failing to ensure pesticide application equipment is locked                        1,000 (individual)
      while unattended ................................................. 27(4) 5,000 (corporation)
34 Failing to label a container containing seed treated with a                        1,000 (individual)
      pesticide while transporting or selling the seed .............. 27(5) 5,000 (corporation)
35 Operating ground agricultural equipment for a fee without
      holding a Class A Pesticide Application Business                                1,000 (individual)
      Licence............................................................. 28(1)(a) 5,000 (corporation)
36 Offering a service involving the application of a pesticide for
      the control of mosquitoes or biting flies without holding a                     1,000 (individual)

      Class B Pesticide Application Business Licence ............ 28(1)(b) 5,000 (corporation)
37 Offering a service involving the application of a non-fumigant
      pesticide to stored feed or to dwellings or structures
      without holding a Class C-1 Pesticide Application                               1,000 (individual)
      Business Licence ................................................. 28(1)(c) 5,000 (corporation)
38 Offering a service involving the application of a fumigant
      pesticide to stored feed or to dwellings or structures
      without holding a class C-2 Pesticide Application                               1,000 (individual)
      Business Licence ................................................. 28(1)(d) 5,000 (corporation)
 
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     39 Offering a service involving the application of a seed or seed-
           piece treatment pesticide without holding a Class D                            1,000 (individual)
           Pesticide Application Business Licence ...................... 28(1)(e) 5,000 (corporation)
     40 Offering a service involving the application of a pesticide to
           ornamental vegetation, golf course turf and other non-crop
           areas without holding a Class E Pesticide Application                          1,000 (individual)
           Business Licence ................................................. 28(1)(f) 5,000 (corporation)
     41 Offering a pesticide application service for forestry herbicide
           application without holding a Class F-1 Pesticide                              1,000 (individual)
           Application Business Licence .................................. 28(1)(g) 5,000 (corporation)
     42 Offering a service involving the application of a pesticide for
           the production of tree seedlings for reforestation purposes
           without holding a Class F-2 Pesticide Application                              1,000 (individual)
           Business Licence ................................................ 28(1)(h) 5,000 (corporation)
     43 Offering a service involving the application of a pesticide in a
           greenhouse without holding a Class G Pesticide
           Application Business Licence or a Class F-2 Pesticide                          1,000 (individual)
           Application Business Licence ................................. 28(1)(i) 5,000 (corporation)
     44 Offering a service involving the application of a soil fumigant
           pesticide without holding a Class H Pesticide Application                      1,000 (individual)
           Business Licence ................................................. 28(1)(j) 5,000 (corporation)
     45 Offering a service involving the application of a herbicide
           using a wiper, brush or roller, or by making a spot
           treatment without holding a Class I Pesticide Application                      1,000 (individual)
           Business Licence.................................................. 28(1)(k) 5,000 (corporation)
     46 Offering a pesticide application service without holding a                        1,000 (individual)
           Class J Pesticide Application Business Licence.............. 28(1)(l) 5,000 (corporation)
     47 Applying a non-domestic pesticide to control pests on
           agricultural land or on agricultural crop or product that is
           not located in a greenhouse without holding a Class A
           Pesticide Applicator Certificate or without being a                            1,000 (individual)
           certified assistant................................................. 28(2)(a) 5,000 (corporation)
     48 Applying a non-domestic pesticide to control mosquitoes or
           biting flies without holding a Class B Pesticide Applicator                    1,000 (individual)
           Certificate ........................................................ 28(2)(b) 5,000 (corporation)
     49 Applying a non-domestic, non-fumigant pesticide to stored
           feed, dwellings or other structures without holding a Class                    1,000 (individual)
           C-1 Pesticide Applicator Certificate ........................... 28(2)(c) 5,000 (corporation)
     50 Applying a fumigant pesticide to stored feed, dwellings or
           other structures without holding a Class C-2 Pesticide                         1,000 (individual)
           Applicator Certificate ............................................ 28(2)(d) 5,000 (corporation)
     51 Applying a non-domestic pesticide as a seed or seed-piece
           treatment without holding a Class D Pesticide Applicator                       1,000 (individual)
           Certificate ......................................................... 28(2)(e) 5,000 (corporation)
     52 Applying a non-domestic pesticide to ornamental vegetation,
           golf course turf and other non-crop areas without holding                      1,000 (individual)
           a Class E Pesticide Applicator Certificate .................. 28(2)(f) 5,000 (corporation)
     53 Applying a non-domestic forestry herbicide without holding a                      1,000 (individual)
           Class F-1 Pesticide Applicator Certificate .................... 28(2)(g) 5,000 (corporation)
     54 Applying a non-domestic pesticide for the production of tree
           seedlings for reforestation purposes without holding a                         1,000 (individual)
           Class F-2 Pesticide Applicator Certificate..................... 28(2)(h) 5,000 (corporation)
     55 Applying a non-domestic pesticide in a greenhouse without                         1,000 (individual)
           holding a Class G Pesticide Applicator Certificate .......... 28(2)(i) 5,000 (corporation)
     56 Applying a soil fumigant pesticide without holding a Class H                      1,000 (individual)
           Pesticide Applicator Certificate ................................ 28(2)(j) 5,000 (corporation)
 
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57 Applying a herbicide using a wiper, brush, or roller or by
      making a spot treatment without holding a Class I                             1,000 (individual)
      Pesticide Applicator Certificate................................. 28(2)(k) 5,000 (corporation)
58 Applying a non-domestic pesticide without holding a Class J                      1,000 (individual)
      Pesticide Applicator Certificate................................. 28(2)(l) 5,000 (corporation)
59 Operating a business involving the sale or supply of a
      controlled purchase domestic pesticide without holding a
      Domestic Pesticide Vendor Business Licence or a Non-                          1,000 (individual)
      Domestic Pesticide Business Licence.......................... 28.1 5,000 (corporation)
60 Revoked by EC380/08...............................................               1,000 (individual)
                                                                             29(1) 5,000 (corporation)
61 Mixing a non-domestic pesticide without holding a
      Loader/mixer Certificate or a Pesticide Applicator                            1,000 (individual)
      Certificate........................................................... 29 5,000 (corporation)
62 Operating a business involving the sale or supply of a non-
      domestic pesticide without holding a Non-domestic                             1,000 (individual)
      Pesticide Vendor Business Licence ............................ 30 5,000 (corporation)
63 Selling or offering to sell a controlled purchase domestic
      pesticide to another person without holding a Domestic
      Pesticide Vendor Certificate or a Non-domestic Pesticide                      1,000 (individual)
      Vendor Certificate................................................ 30.1(a) 5,000 (corporation)
64 Providing pesticide related information or recommendations
      regarding controlled purchase domestic pesticides to
      another person without holding a Domestic Pesticide
      Vendor Certificate or a Non-domestic Pesticide Vendor                         1,000 (individual)
      Certificate.......................................................... 30.1(b) 5,000 (corporation)
65 Selling a non-domestic or a Schedule 1 pesticide to a person
      without holding a Non-domestic Pesticide Vendor                               1,000 (individual)
      Certificate ......................................................... 31(1) 5,000 (corporation)
66 Providing pesticide related information or recommendations
      to another person without holding a Non-domestic                              1,000 (individual)
      Pesticide Vendor Certificate .................................... 31(2) 5,000 (corporation)
67 Selling or offering to sell a non-domestic pesticide to a
      purchaser who does not hold an appropriate certificate,                       1,000 (individual)
      permit or licence .................................................. 32(1) 5,000 (corporation)
68 Purchasing a non-domestic pesticide without holding an                           1,000 (individual)
      appropriate certificate or permit ................................ 32(2) 5,000 (corporation)
69 Purchasing a Schedule 1 pesticide without holding an                             1,000 (individual)
      appropriate certificate and permit .............................. 32(3) 5,000 (corporation)
70 Selling or offering to sell a Schedule 1 pesticide to a
      purchaser who does not hold an appropriate certificate,                       1,000 (individual)
      permit and licence ................................................ 32(4) 5,000 (corporation)
71 Improperly using a Pesticide Purchase Permit ................... 33 1,000 (individual)
                                                                                    5,000 (corporation)
72 Giving, transferring, selling, lending or assigning a Pesticide                  1,000 (individual)
      Purchase Permit without authorization ........................ 34 5,000 (corporation)
73 Applying a pesticide to any open body of water; to control
      mosquitoes or biting flies; or within a buffer zone without 35(a), 1,000 (individual)
      holding a Pesticide Application Permit ....................... (b),(c) 5,000 (corporation)
74 Applying a Schedule 1 pesticide without holding a Pesticide                      1,000 (individual)
      Application Permit ............................................... 35(d) 5,000 (corporation)
75 Applying a prohibited pesticide ....................................       36 1,000 (individual)
                                                                                    5,000 (corporation)
76 Applying a pesticide or pesticide mixture using an aircraft....            37 1,000 (individual)
                                                                                    5,000 (corporation)
 
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     77 Filling, discharging, washing or flushing out any sprayer or
            other application equipment within 25 meters of an open                        1,000 (individual)
            body of water...................................................... 38(1)(a) 5,000 (corporation)
     78 Discharging, washing or flushing out any sprayer or other
            equipment used to apply pesticides within 25 meters of a                       1,000 (individual)
            water well................................. ......................... 38(1)(b) 5,000 (corporation)
     79 Bringing or abandoning a container in which a pesticide has                        1,000 (individual)
            been stored within 25 meters of an open body of water .... 38(3) 5,000 (corporation)
     80 Applying a pesticide in a dry formulation or a liquid
            formulation under pressure when wind speed at the point                        1,000 (individual)
            of application exceeds 20 km/h ................................. 39(1) 5,000 (corporation)
     81 Discharging a pesticide, pesticide mixture or solution from
            equipment in a manner not permitted by the                                     1,000 (individual)
            manufacturer's label ............................................. 40 5,000 (corporation)

                                                        PART 39
                                                PLANT HEALTH ACT
                                                 Potatoes Regulations
                                                     (EC138/95)

     Item                                    Column I                                   Column II         Column III
     Number                                   Offence                                    Section          Penalty for
                                                                                                          out of court
                                                                                                           settlement
     1 Disposing of potatoes in an unsafe manner......................                         5             $1,000
     2 Storing potatoes unlawfully, etc., permitting volunteer
          growth................................................................             5.1              1,000
     3 Failing to register potato plantings.................................                6.1(1)            1,000
     4 Failing to produce proof of disinfection ........................                    7.1(4)              200

                                                        PART 40
                                           ROADS ACT
                                     R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. R-15                                             1st/Sub.

     Item                                    Column I                                   Column II         Column III
     Number                                   Offence                                    Section          Penalty for
                                                                                                          out of court
                                                                                                           settlement
     1 Refusing to attend or produce under summons........................                       12(2)    ($50/$200)
     2 Cutting down or removal of poles............................................               17         50/200
     3 Failing to obtain approval of the Minister for development
          within a highway development area.................................... 17.4(1),(2)                  50/200
     4 Contravening restrictions respecting controlled access
          highway............................................................................... 28(a)       50/200
     5 Contravening restrictions respecting selling within 150 ft. of a
          controlled access highway..................................................            28(b)       50/200
     6 Obstructing public highway......................................................          37(1)       50/200
     7 Placing rubbish, etc., on or near highway or causing
          obstruction, nuisance or injury.............................................           37(3)       50/200
     8 Obstructing water course..........................................................        39(1)       50/200
     9 Owner or occupier failing to keep drains open.........................                    39(2)       50/200
     10 Constructing bridge without approval......................................               39(3)       50/200
     11 Causing damage to bridge.........................................................         40         50/200
 
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12 Failing to comply with requirements for written permit &
       failing to abide by restrictions on building near highway....                            41(1)      50/200
13 Failing to comply with requirements for written permit &
       failing to abide by restrictions with respect to erecting any
       building, structure, sign or billboard near intersection.........                        41(2)      50/200
14 Failing to comply with requirements for written permit &
       failing to abide by restrictions with respect to erecting any
       building, structure, sign or billboard near bend....................                     41(4)      50/200
15 Placing, stationing or operating blinding lights near highway..                              43(1)      50/200
16 Removing or placing any substance on public road or right-
       of-way.................................................................................  44(1)      50/200
17 Piling snow or ice on public road impeding traffic or road
       maintenance or creating safety hazard................................                    44(2)      50/200
18 Parking or leaving vehicle on public right-of-way...................                          45        50/200
19 Moving excess load or building without permit.......................                         46(1)      50/200
20 Failing to obtain permit for overweight vehicle.......................                      46(2.1)    50/200
21 Disobeying sign or signal of peace officer to stop vehicle.......                           49(5)(a) 1,000/2,000
22 Disobeying peace officer's order to drive to approved
       weighing device..................................................................       49(5)(b) 1,000/2,000
23 Refusing to have vehicle weighed............................................                49(5)(c) 1,000/2,000
24 Failing to remove portion of load as ordered............................ 49(5)(d)                    1,000/2,000
25 Failing to produce driver's license, registration.......................                     50(1)       100
26 Operating a motor vehicle in contravention of the Vehicle
       Weights Regulations........................................................... ­ See Notes Below:

    Note 1: [s.9(1)] Vehicle Weights Regulations
    For first offence $50 plus
    (a) $1 for each 50 kg. or fraction thereof on the first 500 kg. of excess weight or load.
    (b) $2 for each 50 kg. or fraction thereof on the excess weight or load over 500 kg.
    (c) $2 for each 50 kg. or fraction thereof on the excess weight or load over 2000 kg.

    For any subsequent offence $200 plus
    (a) $1 for each 50 kg. or fraction thereof on the first 500 kg. of excess weight or load.
    (b) $2 for each 50 kg. or fraction thereof on the excess weight or load over 500 kg.
    (c) $2 for each 50 kg. or fraction thereof on the excess weight or load over 2000 kg.

    Note 2: [s.9(2)] Vehicle Weights Regulations
    During spring weight restrictions for a first offence $50 plus
    (a) $3 for each 50 kg. or fraction thereof on the first 500 kg. of excess weight or load.
    (b) $6 for each 50 kg. or fraction thereof on the excess weight or load over 500 kg.
    (c) $6 for each 50 kg. or fraction thereof on the excess weight or load over 2000 kg.

    For any subsequent offence $200 plus
    (a) $3 for each 50 kg. or fraction thereof on the first 500 kg. of excess weight or load.
    (b) $6 for each 50 kg. or fraction thereof on the excess weight or load over 500 kg.
    (c) $6 for each 50 kg. or fraction thereof on the excess weight or load over 2000 kg.
 
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                                                     PART 41
                                           STRAY LIVESTOCK ACT
                                           R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. S-8.1

     Item                                  Column I                                  Column II    Column III
     Number                                 Offence                                   Section     Penalty for
                                                                                                  out of court
                                                                                                   settlement
     1 Owner permitting livestock to be at large................................        4(1)          $100
     2 Obstructing a peace officer or drover carrying out his or her
         duties under the Act...............................................            5(6)           100

                                                     PART 42
                                    TOBACCO SALES AND ACCESS ACT
                                        R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. T-3.1

     Item                                  Column I                                  Column II    Column III
     Number                                 Offence                                   Section     Penalty for
                                                                                                  out of court
                                                                                                   settlement
     1  Selling or supplying tobacco to a minor..................................       4(1)          $250
     2  Purchasing or attempting to purchase tobacco for a minor......                  4(2)            250
     3  Selling tobacco in a designated place..................................        4.1(1)           250
     4  Possessing a vending machine..............................................       5              250
     5  Displaying tobacco improperly...................................               5.1(1)           250
     6  Advertising or promoting the sale or use of tobacco.............               5.2(1)           250
     7  Causing advertisement or promotional material to be visible
           from outside of place or premises...............................            5.2(2)          250
     8 Failing to display any sign as required..............................             6             125
     9 Retail vendor failing to post notice of prohibition...............               6.1            125
     10 Obstructing or attempting to obstruct or failing to cooperate
           with an inspector..................................................          7.1            250

                                                     PART 43
                                           TOURISM INDUSTRY ACT
                                           R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. T-3.3

     Item                                  Column I                                  Column II    Column III
     Number                                 Offence                                   Section      Penalty for
                                                                                                  out of court
                                                                                                   settlement
     1     Obstructing or assaulting a tourism standards officer ............          1.4(4)     $1,000 (1st
                                                                                                    offence)
                                                                                                   2,000 (2nd
                                                                                                       or
                                                                                                  subsequent
                                                                                                    offence)
 
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2     Obstructing, impeding or assaulting a tourism compliance                            1,000 (1st
        officer or person assisting a tourism compliance                                  offence)
        officer...............................................................   1.5(8)    2,000 (2nd
                                                                                               or
                                                                                           subsequent
                                                                                            offence)
3     Aiding or assisting a person who is obstructing, impeding or                        1,000 (1st
        assaulting a tourism compliance officer........................          1.5(8)   offence)
                                                                                           2,000 (2nd
                                                                                               or
                                                                                           subsequent
                                                                                            offence)
4     Tourism operator conducting, operating, maintaining or                              1,000 (1st
        managing a tourist establishment without a license issued                         offence)
        by the Minister that is in full force and effect ................        2(1)      2,000 (2nd
                                                                                               or
                                                                                           subsequent
                                                                                            offence)
5     Tourism operator failing to apply to Minister for a tourist                         1,000 (1st
        establishment license on an annual basis......................           2(2)     offence)
                                                                                           2,000 (2nd
                                                                                               or
                                                                                           subsequent
                                                                                            offence)
6     Tourism operator failing to maintain a register for the                             1,000 (1st
        tourism establishment...........................................         6(1)     offence)
                                                                                           2,000 (2nd
                                                                                               or
                                                                                           subsequent
                                                                                            offence)
7 Tourism operator failing to ensure that every person who                                1,000 (1st
    rents a rental unit or site at the tourism establishment                              offence)
    enters required information in the register....................              6(1)      2,000 (2nd
                                                                                               or
                                                                                           subsequent
                                                                                            offence)
8 Tourism operator failing to ensure that an occupancy return                             1,000 (1st
    for the tourism establishment is prepared and submitted to                            offence)
    Department on a monthly basis.................................               6(2)      2,000 (2nd
                                                                                               or
                                                                                           subsequent
                                                                                            offence)
9 Tourism operator failing to ensure that the tourism                                     1,000 (1st
    establishment license is paid in full by September 1st of                             offence)
    each year previous to upcoming operating season...........                   6(2.1)    2,000 (2nd
                                                                                               or
                                                                                           subsequent
                                                                                            offence)
10 Tourism operator or manager of tourism establishment                                   1,000 (1st
     entering or permitting to be entered a false statement in the                        offence)
     register or on the occupancy return of the tourism                                    2,000 (2nd
     establishment.....................................................          6(3)          or
                                                                                           subsequent
                                                                                            offence)
 
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     11 Person misrepresenting himself or herself when registering in                                                1,000 (1st
           a tourism establishment..........................................                             6(4)(a)     offence)
                                                                                                                      2,000 (2nd
                                                                                                                          or
                                                                                                                      subsequent
                                                                                                                       offence)
     12 Person making a false statement as to the person's place of                                                  1,000 (1st
           residence when registering in a tourism establishment......                                   6(4)(b)     offence)
                                                                                                                      2,000 (2nd
                                                                                                                          or
                                                                                                                      subsequent
                                                                                                                       offence)

                                                                 PART 44
                                                           TRAILS ACT
                                                     R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. T-4.1

     Item                                            Column I                                           Column II    Column III
     Number                                           Offence                                            Section     Penalty for
                                                                                                                     out of court
                                                                                                                      settlement
     1 Obstructing, impeding or assaulting a trails officer or person
           assisting a trails officer or aiding or assisting any person
           obstructing, impeding or assaulting a trails officer during
           the lawful execution of trails officer's duties......................                          5.1(8)         $200
     2 Failing to observe order prohibiting entry to or presence on
           trail.....................................................................................     12(2)          200
     3 Being impaired by alcohol or drugs while on trail..................                               13(1)(a)        200
     4 Acting in noisy or disorderly manner while on trail................                               13(1)(b)        200
     5 Creating disturbance while on trail.........................................                      13(1)(c)        200
     6 Pursuing course of conduct detrimental to safety of others or
           affecting the enjoyment of trail by others...........................                         13(1)(d)        200
     7 Wilfully destroying trail property or natural resources on or
           adjacent to trail...................................................................          13(1)(e)        200
     8 Dumping or depositing garbage or other material on or from
           trail.....................................................................................    13(1)(f)        200
     9 Engaging in activity prohibited by notice or by regulation......                                  13(1)(g)        200
     10 Travelling on closed trail or portion of closed trail.................                            13(2)          200
     11 Removing or defacing sign posted under the Act.....................                               13(3)          200

                                                                 PART 45
                                                             TRAILS ACT
                                                          General Regulations
                                                              (EC760/03)

     Item                                            Column I                                           Column II    Column III
     Number                                           Offence                                            Section     Penalty for
                                                                                                                     out of court
                                                                                                                      settlement
     1 Cutting, destroying or removing trees, hedgerows, shrubs or
          other vegetation within right-of-way of trail.....................                             2(1)(a)         $200
     2 Planting or introducing plants on trail.....................................                      2(1)(b)          200
 
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3 Adding or removing topsoil, sand, gravel or any other organic
      or inorganic material within right-of-way of trail...............                             2(1)(c)        200
4 Constructing or erecting buildings, signs, fences, walls, dams,
      drainage systems or other structures within right-of-way of
      trail........................................................................                 2(1)(d)        200
5 Removing, damaging or defacing gates, benches, shelters or
      other structures along trail or at entrances or exits to trail...                             2(1)(e)        200
6 Removing or damaging trail surface, trail bed, bridges or
      other surface or sub-surface features or structures of trail..                                 2(1)(f)       200
7 Displaying advertisement, carrying on business or offering
      for sale any article or service within right-of-way of trail...                               2(1)(g)        200
8 Hunting or placing traps or snares within right-of-way of trail                                   2(1)(h)        200
9 Transporting unencased firearm loaded or unloaded not
      otherwise authorized by law within right-of-way of trail....                                   2(1)(i)       200
10 Polluting or obstructing any stream or body of water within
      right-of-way of trail..................................................                        2(1)(j)       200
11 Starting, maintaining or renewing fire other than in grills or
      containers provided or contrary to provincial fire laws
      within right-of-way of trail.......................................                           2(1)(k)        200
12 Allowing dog or other animal to run at large within right-of-
      way of trail...............................................................                    2(1)(l)       100
13 Operating conveyance drawn by animal without permit within
      right-of-way of trail.......................................                                  2(1)(m)        200
14 Failing to wear bicycle safety helmet while riding bicycle on
      trail........................................................................                 2(2)(a)          50
15 Failing to have bicycle safety helmet chin strap securely
      fastened while riding bicycle on trail................................                        2(2)(b)          50
16 Parent or guardian permitting person under 16 years of age to
      ride or operate bicycle on trail without wearing bicycle
      safety helmet .....................................................................            2(3)(a)         50
17 Parent or guardian permitting person under 16 years of age to
      ride or operate bicycle on trail without having bicycle
      safety helmet chin strap securely fastened..........................                          2(3)(b)          50
18 Operating motorized vehicle, motorized wheelchair or power-
      assisted bicycle on trail in contravention of regulations.....                                   3           225

                                                            PART 46
                                           TRESPASS TO PROPERTY ACT
                                             R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. T-6

Item                                            Column I                                           Column II   Column III
Number                                           Offence                                            Section    Penalty for
                                                                                                               out of court
                                                                                                                settlement
1    Entering premises under cultivation.........................................                   2(1)(a)        $100
2    Entering tree plantation or management area...........................                         2(1)(b)          100
3    Entering enclosed premises......................................................               2(1)(c)          100
4    Dumping..................................................................................      2(1)(d)          100
5    Entering premises where entry prohibited................................                       2(1)(e)          100
6    Engaging in prohibited activity................................................                2(1)(f)          100
7    Removing sign or notice.........................................................                2(5)            100
8    Unauthorized posting of sign or notice....................................                      2(6)            100
9    Remaining on premises after direction to leave........................                            3             100
10   Disturbing occupier, unreasonable operation of motor
        vehicle.................................................................................      6(a)         100
 
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     11 Disturbing occupier, disorderly behaviour...............................                          6(b)            100
     12 Failing to identify operator of motor vehicle............................                         7(3)            100
     13 Failing to comply with court order prohibiting entry...............                               9(1)            200

                                                                 PART 47
                                                 UNSIGHTLY PROPERTY ACT
                                                   R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. U-5

     Item                                           Column I                                           Column II    Column III
     Number                                          Offence                                            Section     Penalty for
                                                                                                                    out of court
                                                                                                                     settlement
     1 Preventing or obstructing entry or attempts thereto of
          inspector............................................................                          14(2)          $100
     2 Failing to comply with order issued under this Act...................                              17             200
     3 Keeping a derelict vehicle viewable from highway..................                                18(1)           200

                                                                 PART 48
                                              WILDLIFE CONSERVATION ACT
                                                  R.S.P.E.I. 1988, W-4.1

     Item                                           Column I                                           Column II    Column III
     Number                                          Offence                                            Section     Penalty for
                                                                                                                    out of court
                                                                                                                     settlement
     1 Hunting, angling, trapping without a proper license................                               12(1)          $200
                                                                                                                     plus relevant
                                                                                                                      license fee
     2     Furnishing false information....................................................              15(a)            200
     3     Refusing to produce license on request....................................                    15(b)            200
     4     Selling, transferring or assigning license..................................                  15(c)            200
     5     Misusing license......................................................................        15(d)            200
     6     Taking, hunting or killing game or wildlife out of season or in
               excess of bag limits............................................................         19(1)(a)          200
     7     Feeding protected game to other animals.................................                     19(1)(b)          200
     8     Hunting under influence or in possession of an intoxicant.......                             19(1)(c)          200
     9     Illegally wasting game..............................................................         19(1)(d)          200
     10    Hunting on Sunday...................................................................         19(1)(e)          200
     11    Discharging firearm within 200 meters of dwelling, school,
               livestock or 300 meters of where migratory birds are kept..                              19(1)(f)          200
     12    Illegally possessing loaded firearm on unanchored boat or
               floating blind.......................................................................    19(1)(g)          200
     13    Possessing an uncased firearm in the fields one hour after
               sunset or one hour before sunrise........................................                19(1)(h)          200
     14    Discharging or possessing loaded firearm in or on vehicle......                              19(1)(i)          200
     15    Destroying, removing, mutilating or disfiguring signs.............                           19(1)(j)          200
     16    Obstructing or assaulting a conservation officer......................                       19(1)(k)          200
     17    Taking eggs or young of fish, bird or fur-bearing animal
               without a permit..................................................................       19(1)(l)          200
     18    Illegally selling wildlife............................................................       19(1)(m)          200
     19    Failing to obey conservation officer.........................................                 27(1)            200
     20    Failing to stop vehicle, vessel or conveyance...........................                      27(2)            200
     21    Hunting, fishing, trapping while license suspended.................                           31(3)            300
 
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                                               PART 49
                                WILDLIFE CONSERVATION ACT
                                  Ground Hemlock Regulations
                                         (EC194/06)

Item                              Column I                             Column II     Column III
Number                             Offence                                Section Penalty for out of
                                                                                   court settlement
1 Harvesting ground hemlock on land owned by another
      person without holding a valid ground hemlock
      harvesting license and without possessing written                              $200 (individual)
      permission from owner of land..................................        6(1) 2,000 (corporation)
2 Harvesting ground hemlock on a date during the year other                           200 (individual)
      than between August 15 and April 30, inclusive............            6(2)(a) 2,000 (corporation)
3 Harvesting more than three years of most recent growth                              200 (individual)
      from any one branch or stem of ground hemlock...........              6(2)(b) 2,000 (corporation)
4 Transporting ground hemlock in any bucket, bag or other
      container that is not clearly marked with the name of the
      licensed ground hemlock harvester who harvested the
      ground hemlock, the ground hemlock harvester's
      permanent ground hemlock harvester identification
      number, the date of harvest, the property identification
      number of the harvest site, and the precise position or                         200 (individual)
      location in latitude and longitude of the harvest site........        7(1)(a) 2,000 (corporation)
5 Transporting ground hemlock where the person transporting
      the ground hemlock is not a licensed ground hemlock
      harvester, a licensed ground hemlock buyer, an agent of
      the licensed ground hemlock harvester who harvested
      the ground hemlock or an agent of the person who holds                          200 (individual)
      a valid ground hemlock buying license......................           7(1)(b) 2,000 (corporation)
6 Possessing five kilograms (5kg) or more of harvested
      ground hemlock without holding a valid ground hemlock                           200 (individual)
      harvesting license......................................              8(1)(a) 2,000 (corporation)
7 Possessing five kilograms (5kg) or more of harvested
      ground hemlock without holding a valid ground hemlock                           200 (individual)
      buying license.....................................................   8(1)(b) 2,000 (corporation)
8 Possessing five kilograms (5kg) or more of harvested
      ground hemlock without being named on a valid buying
      license as an agent operating one or more buying stations                       200 (individual)
      on behalf of a licensed buyer...................................      8(1)(c) 2,000 (corporation)
9 Possessing five kilograms (5kg) or more of harvested
      ground hemlock and transporting the ground hemlock
      without being an agent of a licensed ground hemlock                             200 (individual)
      harvester or a licensed ground hemlock buyer..............            8(1)(d) 2,000 (corporation)
10 Possessing ground hemlock branches or stems that are more                          200 (individual)
      than three years of most recent growth.......................          8(2) 2,000 (corporation)
11 Buying, acquiring or dealing in ground hemlock without                             200 (individual)
      holding a valid ground hemlock buying license............             9(1)(a) 2,000 (corporation)
12 Buying, acquiring or dealing in ground hemlock without
      being named on a valid ground hemlock buying license
      as an agent operating one or more buying stations on                            200 (individual)
      behalf of a licensed buyer......................................      9(1)(b) 2,000 (corporation)
13 Buying or acquiring ground hemlock from any other person
      except from a person who holds a valid ground hemlock                            200 (individual)
      harvesting license...............................................     10(1)(a) 2,000 (corporation)
 
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     14 Buying or acquiring ground hemlock from any other person
           except from a person who holds a valid ground hemlock                            200 (individual)
           buying license....................................................    10(1)(b) 2,000 (corporation)
     15 Buying or acquiring ground hemlock from any other person
           except from a person who is named on a valid buying
           license as a person operating one or more buying stations                        200 (individual)
           on behalf of a licensed buyer..................................       10(1)(c) 2,000 (corporation)
     16 Buying or acquiring ground hemlock from any other person
           except from a person who is the owner of the land from
           which the ground hemlock is harvested if the owner
           presents to the licensed buyer a property tax bill within
           the past 12 months and photographic identification of the                        200 (individual)
           landowner..........................................................   10(1)(d) 2,000 (corporation)
     17 Selling ground hemlock to another person where the other
           person buying the ground hemlock does not hold a valid                           200 (individual)
           ground hemlock buying license...............................          10(2)(a) 2,000 (corporation)
     18 Selling ground hemlock to another person where the other
           person buying the ground hemlock is not named on a
           valid ground hemlock buying license as an agent
           operating one or more buying stations on behalf of a                             200 (individual)
           licensed buyer....................................................    10(2)(b) 2,000 (corporation)
     19 Licensed ground hemlock buyer or agent operating one or
           more buying stations on behalf of a licensed buyer                     11(2)    200 (individual)
           failing to keep a record of the licensed buyer's name......            (a)(i) 2,000 (corporation)
     20 Licensed ground hemlock buyer or agent operating one or
           more buying stations on behalf of a licensed buyer
           failing to keep a record of the licensed buyer's
           permanent ground hemlock buyer identification                          11(2)     200 (individual)
           number............................................................     (a)(ii) 2,000 (corporation)
     21 Licensed ground hemlock buyer or agent operating one or
           more buying stations on behalf of a licensed buyer
           failing to keep a record of the ground hemlock
           harvester's name and where the ground hemlock
           harvester is the landowner, the landowner's name and                   11(2)     200 (individual)
           address............................................................   (a)(iii) 2,000 (corporation)
     22 Licensed ground hemlock buyer or agent operating one or
           more buying stations on behalf of a licensed buyer
           failing to keep a record of the ground hemlock
           harvester's permanent ground hemlock harvester
           identification number, or where the ground hemlock
           harvester is the landowner, the property number from a                 11(2)    200 (individual)
           property tax bill issued within the past 12 months.........           (a)(iv) 2,000 (corporation)
     23 Licensed ground hemlock buyer or agent operating one or
           more buying stations on behalf of a licensed buyer                     11(2)    200 (individual)
           failing to keep a record of the date of harvest...............         (a)(v) 2,000 (corporation)
     24 Licensed ground hemlock buyer or agent operating one or
           more buying stations on behalf of a licensed buyer
           failing to keep a record of the date of acquisition by the             11(2)    200 (individual)
           ground hemlock buyer..........................................        (a)(vi) 2,000 (corporation)
     25 Licensed ground hemlock buyer or agent operating one or
           more buying stations on behalf of a licensed buyer
           failing to keep a record of the property identification                11(2)     200 (individual)
           number of the harvest site......................................      (a)(vii) 2,000 (corporation)
     26 Licensed ground hemlock buyer or agent operating one or
           more buying stations on behalf of a licensed buyer
           failing to keep a record of the precise position or location           11(2)      200 (individual)
           in latitude and longitude of the harvest site..................       (a)(viii) 2,000 (corporation)
 
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27 Licensed ground hemlock buyer or agent operating one or
      more buying stations on behalf of a licensed buyer
      failing to keep a record of the weight acquired, with                  11(2)    200 (individual)
      green or dry weight specified.................................        (a)(ix) 2,000 (corporation)
28 Licensed ground hemlock buyer or agent operating one or
      more buying stations on behalf of a licensed buyer
      failing to keep a record of the price paid per unit                    11(2)    200 (individual)
       weight............................................................    (a)(x) 2,000 (corporation)
29 Licensed ground hemlock buyer or agent operating one or
      more buying stations on behalf of a licensed buyer
      failing to provide a duplicate copy of the record to the
      ground hemlock harvester or where the ground hemlock                             200 (individual)
      harvester is the landowner, to the landowner................          11(2)(b) 2,000 (corporation)
30 Licensed ground hemlock buyer and licensed ground
      hemlock harvester failing to retain copies of required                           200 (individual)
      records for at least seven years.................................     11(3)(a) 2,000 (corporation)
31 Licensed ground hemlock buyer and licensed ground
      hemlock harvester failing to make records available for                          200 (individual)
      inspection ........................................................   11(3)(b) 2,000 (corporation)
32 Licensed ground hemlock buyer failing to make a report to
      the Minister stating the property identification number of                       200 (individual)
      each harvest site.................................................    12(1)(a) 2,000 (corporation)
33 Licensed ground hemlock buyer failing to make a report to                           200 (individual)
      the Minister stating the date of harvest.......................       12(1)(b) 2,000 (corporation)
34 Licensed ground hemlock buyer failing to make a report to                           200 (individual)
      the Minister stating the area of each property...............         12(1)(c) 2,000 (corporation)
35 Licensed ground hemlock buyer failing to make a report to
      the Minister stating the estimated area of ground                                200 (individual)
      hemlock harvested on each property..........................          12(1)(d) 2,000 (corporation)
36 Licensed ground hemlock buyer failing to make a report to
      the Minister stating the precise position or location in                         200 (individual)
      latitude and longitude of each harvest site..................         12(1)(e) 2,000 (corporation)
37 Licensed ground hemlock buyer failing to make a report to
      the Minister stating the weight of ground hemlock                                200 (individual)
      acquired from each property...................................        12(1)(f) 2,000 (corporation)
38 Licensed ground hemlock buyer failing to make a report to
      the Minister stating the permanent ground hemlock
      harvester identification number of each licensed                                 200 (individual)
      harvester.........................................................    12(1)(g) 2,000 (corporation)
39 Licensed ground hemlock buyer failing to make a report to
      the Minister stating no ground hemlock was bought or                           200 (individual)
      acquired during preceding six months.......................            12(2) 2,000 (corporation)
40 Licensed ground hemlock buyer and licensed ground
      hemlock harvester making a false statement or report or                        200 (individual)
      refusing to produce records for inspection...................          12(3) 2,000 (corporation)
41 Importing ground hemlock to province without holding a                            200 (individual)
      valid ground hemlock buying license.........................           13(a) 2,000 (corporation)
42 Importing ground hemlock to province without being named
      on a valid ground hemlock buying license as a person
      operating one or more buying stations on behalf of a                           200 (individual)
      licensed buyer....................................................     13(b) 2,000 (corporation)
43 Exporting ground hemlock from province without holding a                          200 (individual)
      valid ground hemlock buying license.........................           14(a) 2,000 (corporation)
44 Exporting ground hemlock from province without being
      named on a valid ground hemlock buying license as a
      person operating one or more buying stations on behalf                         200 (individual)
      of a licensed buyer..............................................      14(b) 2,000 (corporation)
 
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                                                     PART 50
                                      WILDLIFE CONSERVATION ACT
                                         Hunting Guide Regulations
                                                (EC512/05)

     Item                               Column I                                   Column II       Column III
     Number                              Offence                                        Section Penalty for out of
                                                                                                 court settlement
     1 Registered guide failing to be in possession of registered                               $200 (individual)
           hunting guide license while acting as a guide................. 4(4) 2,000 (corporation)
     2 Licensed resident hunter hunting with or acting as a guide for
           more than two non-resident hunters at the same
           time......................................................................... 7(1)    200 (individual)
     3 Registered guide acting as a guide for more than four non-
           resident hunters at the same time................................. 7(2)               200 (individual)
     4 Registered guide hunting while acting as a guide................ 7(3)                     200 (individual)
     5 Registered outfitter failing to ensure that a registered guide
           employed by the registered outfitter does not act as a guide
           for more than four non-resident hunters at the same                                   200 (individual)
           time................................................................. 7(5) 2,000 (corporation)
     6 Registered guide failing to collect and submit to the Minister
           information returns and biological parts of wildlife from
           non-resident hunter............................................... 8(1)               200 (individual)
     7 Non-resident hunter hunting, taking or killing wildlife or
           attempting to hunt, take or kill wildlife without being in
           the company of a licensed resident hunter or registered
           guide................................................................ 8(2)            200 (individual)
     8 Person contravening terms or conditions in person's
           registered hunting guide license or registered hunting                                200 (individual)
           outfitter license.................................................... 9(1) 2,000 (corporation)
     9 Person acting as a guide for profit without holding a valid                               200 (individual)
           hunting license..................................................... 10(1)(a) 2,000 (corporation)
     10 Person acting as a guide for profit without holding a valid                              200 (individual)
           registered hunting guide license................................ 10(1)(b) 2,000 (corporation)
     11 Person holding himself or herself out as a guide without                                 200 (individual)
           holding a valid hunting license................................. 10(2)(a) 2,000 (corporation)
     12 Person holding himself or herself out as a guide without                                 200 (individual)
           holding a valid registered hunting guide license.............. 10(2)(b) 2,000 (corporation)
     13 Person acting as an outfitter for profit without holding a valid                         200 (individual)
           hunting license................................................... 11(1)(a) 2,000 (corporation)
     14 Person acting as an outfitter for profit without holding a valid                         200 (individual)
           registered hunting outfitter license.............................. 11(1)(b) 2,000 (corporation)
     15 Person holding himself or herself out as an outfitter without                            200 (individual)
           holding a valid hunting license................................. 11(2)(a) 2,000 (corporation)
     16 Person holding himself or herself out as an outfitter without                            200 (individual)
           holding a valid registered hunting outfitter license ......... 11(2)(b) 2,000 (corporation)
     17 Non-resident person hunting without holding a valid non-
           resident hunting license.......................................... 12(a)              200 (individual)
     18 Non-resident person hunting without being accompanied by a
           licensed resident hunter or a registered guide................ 12(b)                  200 (individual)
      (EC58/08; 380/08)
 
 
 
 

General Regulations, P.E.I. Reg. EC249/02

Citation: General Regulations, P.E.I. Reg. EC249/02
Enabling Statute: Companion Animal Protection Act, R.S.P.E.I. 1988, c. C-14.1
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consolidation of this regulation, current to February 1, 2004. It is intended for
information and reference purposes only.

This document is not the official version of these regulations. The regulations and
the amendments printed in the Royal Gazette should be consulted to determine the
authoritative text of these regulations.

For more information concerning the history of these regulations, please see the
Table of Regulations.

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CHAPTER C-14.1

            COMPANION ANIMAL PROTECTION ACT

                            REGULATIONS

Pursuant to section 18 of the Companion Animal Protection Act S.P.E.I.
2001, c.4, Council made the following regulations:

1. In these regulations                                                   Definitions

    (a) "Act" means the Companion Animal Protection Act;                  Act

    (b) "circus" means a companion animal establishment that shows or     circus
    displays companion animals and that moves from place to place for
    that purpose;
    (c) "Code" means the Code incorporated by reference under clause      Code
    2(c);
    (d) "Guide" means the Guide incorporated by reference under clause    Guide
    2(b);
    (e) "Manual" means the Manual incorporated by reference under         Manual
    clause 2(d);
    (f) "pet store" means a companion animal establishment that sells     pet store
    companion animals on a regular basis and includes an establishment
    operated by the Society;
    (g) "Report" means the Report incorporated by reference under         Report
    clause 2(a);
    (h) "zoo" means a companion animal establishment that shows or        zoo
    displays companion animals at a fixed or permanent location.
    (EC249/02)

                          CODES AND MANUALS
2. The following codes and manuals of animal care, maintenance,           Incorporation of
treatment and procedures, as amended from time to time, are               codes and manuals

incorporated by reference as part of these regulations for the purposes
specified in these regulations:
     (a) the 2000 Report of the American Veterinary Medical Association
     Panel on Euthanasia, published in the Journal of the American
     Veterinary Medical Association, volume 218, number 5, March 1,
     2001, p.669;



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                             (b) the Guide to the Care and Use of Experimental Animals,
                             published by the Canadian Council on Animal Care, volume 1 (2nd
                             ed.) 1993 and volume 2, 1984, both as supplemented by policies and
                             guidelines published and revised from time to time by the Canadian
                             Council on Animal Care;
                             (c) A Code of Practice for Canadian Kennel Operations, published
                             by the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association, 1994;
                             (d) the Animal Husbandry Manual, published by the Pet Industry
                             Joint Advisory Council, 1987. (EC249/02)

                                              ACCEPTED ACTIVITIES
Description of          3. A companion animal used for research or teaching must be kept in
designated activities   accordance with the standards of care, maintenance and treatment set out
-research and
teaching                in the Guide. (EC249/02)
Euthanasia              4. Euthanasia of a companion animal must be carried out in accordance
                        with the procedures set out in either the Report or the Guide. (EC249/02)

                                      COMPANION ANIMAL ESTABLISHMENTS
Cats and dogs           5. (1) Subject to subsection (3), the licensee of a companion animal
                        establishment at which cats and dogs are housed shall ensure that
                             (a) the companion animal establishment is constructed in accordance
                             with the standards for constructions set out in the Code; and
                             (b) the cats and dogs kept in the companion animal establishment are
                             provided with the standards of animal care, maintenance and
                             treatment set out in the Code.
Other animals             (2) The licensee of a companion animal establishment shall ensure that
                        companion animals, other than cats and dogs, are provided with the
                        standards of animal care, maintenance and treatment set out in the
                        Manual.
Housing standards         (3) Where there is a conflict between this section and a provision of
for cats and dogs       the Housing Standards for Cats and Dogs in Companion Animal
regulations prevail
                        Establishments Regulations (EC/682/03), the provision of the Housing
                        Standards for Cats and Dogs in Companion Animal Establishments
                        Regulations shall prevail to the extent of the conflict. (EC249/02;
                        683/03)
Types                   6. For the purposes of these regulations, the following types of
                        companion animal establishments are established:
                            (a) pet stores;
                            (b) circuses;
                            (c) zoos. (EC249/02)


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                       PROHIBITED PRACTICES
7. No person who owns or has custody or control of a companion animal            Contests
shall permit or cause it to engage in a contest involving fighting by the
companion animal and any other animal. (EC249/02)
8. No person shall keep or confine a companion animal in any place,              Dangerous
including a companion animal establishment, or in any vehicle, that              confinement

contains an item or debris or is in a state of such disrepair that the item or
debris or state of disrepair constitutes a hazard likely to injure, or
endanger the health of, the companion animal. (EC249/02)

                         EXCLUDED ANIMALS
9. Fish of all species, types and categories are prescribed to be excluded       Fish
animals. (EC249/02)

                     OFFICERS AND INSPECTORS
10. (1) Unless the appointment of an officer is sooner terminated by the         Termination of
Minister, the appointment is terminated on the officer's ceasing to be           appointment of an
                                                                                 officer
     (a) a member or employee of the Society; or
     (b) a veterinarian.
  (2) Where the appointment of a person as an inspector or officer either        Return of certificate
expires or is terminated, the person shall return the certificate of             of appointment

appointment issued to the person under subsection 5(3) of the Act.
(EC249/02)
11. (1) The appeals officer may not be paid more than $500 for each day          Remuneration of
worked in accordance with the Act.                                               appeals officer


  (2) Unless the appointment of the appeals officer is sooner terminated         Termination of
by the Minister, the appointment is terminated on the appeals officer's          appointment of an
                                                                                 appeals officer
ceasing to be a veterinarian. (EC249/02)

                                 ORDERS
12. An order made under subsection 7(2) or 8(1) of the Act shall include         Content
the following information:
     (a) a description of each companion animal in distress;
     (b) a description of the nature of the distress;
     (c) a statement of the actions required to relieve the distress of the
     companion animal or to improve the conditions that are causing the
     distress that
        (i) contains a standard of care that the inspector or officer
        considers appropriate from a manual or code incorporated by


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                            reference in these regulations, where there is such a standard of
                            care, or
                            (ii) contains a standard of care instructed by a veterinarian;
                         (d) the name of the examining veterinarian, if the order contains a
                         standard of care as instructed by the examining veterinarian;
                         (e) the date of the order;
                         (f) the name and signature of the inspector or officer issuing the
                         order;
                         (g) a description of or the name of the place where the animal was
                         found;
                         (h) the name of the person to whom the order was issued.
                         (EC249/02)

                             RECOVERY OF AN ANIMAL WITH THE SOCIETY
Seven days to       13. (1) For the purposes of subsection 9.1(1) of the Act, a companion
recover             animal placed in the possession and charge of the Society may be
                    recovered in accordance with the Act and these regulations within seven
                    days of the day the animal was caught or removed, as the case may be.
Exception -rabies     (2) Where a companion animal placed in the possession and charge of
                    the Society is under observation for rabies, it may be kept by the Society
                    until released by a veterinarian, and the time for the recovery of the
                    animal under subsection (1) runs from the day the animal is released.
Exception - non-      (3) Where a companion animal is placed in the possession and charge
compliance with     of the Society after being removed pursuant to clause 9(2)(b) of the Act,
order
                    because an order has not been complied with, the animal shall be kept by
                    the Society until the order is complied with, as determined by an
                    inspector or officer, and the time for the recovery of the animal under
                    subsection (1) runs from the earlier of
                         (a) the day the order is complied with; and
                         (b) two weeks after the day the animal was removed. (EC249/02)

                                          LICENSE APPLICATIONS
Required            14. For the purposes of clause 10.2(1)(a) of the Act, a license application
information         shall include the following information respecting the companion animal
                    establishment for which the application is made:
                         (a) the name of the companion animal establishment;
                         (b) the location of the companion animal establishment;
                         (c) the name of the owner of the companion animal establishment
                         and the person, if any, operating the companion animal
                         establishment for the owner;
                         (d) the type of companion animal establishment that is to be
                         operated;


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     (e) the types of companion animals that are to be kept or housed.
     (EC249/02)

                                            FEES
15. The fee payable to the Provincial Treasurer                                                    License fees
    (a) for a license application is .......................................................$50;
    and
    (b) for the issuance of a license is .................................................$50.
    (EC249/02)
16. The fee payable to the Society under subclause 13(1)(a)(i) of the Act                          Society fees
for the care and maintenance of a companion animal is $18 per day.
(EC249/02)
17. No interest on any fees and costs owing to the Society may be paid                             No interest to be
by the Minister in respect of any reimbursement paid to the Society in                             paid

accordance with subsection 13(5) of the Act. (EC249/02)




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NOVA SCOTIA

Veterinary Medical Regulations, N.S. Reg. 37/2006

Citation: Veterinary Medical Regulations, N.S. Reg. 37/2006
Enabling Statute: Veterinary Medical Act, S.N.S. 2001, c. 13
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Veterinary Medical Regulations


 

made under Section 6 of the
Veterinary Medical Act
S.N.S. 2001, c. 13
O.I.C. 2006-104, (February 17, 2006, effective March 1, 2006), N.S. Reg. 37/2006



 

 

Interpretation


 

 

Citation
1 These regulations may be cited as the Veterinary Medical Regulations.

Definitions
2 (1) In these regulations,

(a) "accredited facility" means a facility that holds a current accreditation certificate or an interim accreditation certificate;

(b) "Act" means the Veterinary Medical Act;

(c) "corporate permit" means a permit issued by the Registrar or Council under the Act and these regulations that allows a corporation to carry on the practice of veterinary medicine in the Province;

(d) "emergency" means a situation in which an illness or injury occurs to an animal that requires immediate veterinary attention;

(e) "large animal" means

(i) an animal that is of a species that typically resides in a farm environment as an agricultural animal, and includes horses, cattle, sheep, goats, poultry and other food and fibre- producing animals,

(ii) a zoo or circus animal, or

(iii) a wild animal;

(f) "major surgery" means surgery in which viscera, bones or extensive areas of tissue are exposed, and includes surgery that is required when an otherwise minor surgical procedure fails and endangers the life or organ function of an animal;

(g) "National Examining Board" means the National Examining Board of the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association;

(h) "non-practising licence" means a non-practising licence issued under clause 11(b) of the Act;

(i) "nursing care" means assistance with or provision of diagnostic procedures in the surgical, medical and custodial care of animals;

(j) "prescribed fee" means an applicable fee fixed by the method established in the by-laws under the Act;

(k) "Register" means the Register established and maintained under Section 10 of the Act;

(l) "small animal" means an animal that is of a species that typically resides as a pet in a home environment, and includes dogs, cats, small rodents and reptiles;

(m) "temporary licence" means a licence issued under clause 11(d) of the Act.

(2) The definitions set out in the Act apply to these regulations.
 

 

Registration and Licensing


 

 

Continuation of membership and licences
3 (1) On the coming into force of the Act, the name of every person who is a member of the Association under the former Act must be entered in the Register.

(2) A general licence issued to a person under the former Act continues in effect as a general practice licence until the earliest of

(a) December 31 of the year the Act comes into force;

(b) the date that a general practice licence is issued to replace it; and

(c) the date that the licence is suspended or revoked.

(3) A general non-practising licence issued to a person under the former Act continues in effect as a non-practising licence until the earliest of

(a) December 31 of the year the Act comes into force;

(b) the date that a non-practising licence is issued to replace it; and

(c) the date that the licence is suspended or revoked.

(4) Every life membership or honorary status in the Association granted under the former Act continues as a life membership or honorary status under the Act and these regulations.

Membership and licence categories
4 (1) The categories of membership are as follows:

(a) general practising;

(b) non-practising;

(c) life; and

(d) non-active.

(2) The categories of licence are as follows:

(a) general practice;

(b) non-practising; and

(c) temporary.

Entry on Register as member
5 An applicant is qualified to become a member of the Association and to have their name entered on the Register under subsection 10(2) of the Act, if the applicant submits a completed registration application to the Registrar on the form approved by the Registrar together with all of the following:

(a) the prescribed fee;

(b) such information as the Registrar requires to establish that the applicant

(i) is a graduate in veterinary medicine from a university, college or school recognized by the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association and meets one of the following qualifications:

(A) holds a Certificate of Qualification from the National Examining Board of the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association,

(B) is a member in good standing of a veterinary medical association of another jurisdiction with comparable registration criteria as determined by Council, and is licensed or entitled to practise veterinary medicine under the law of that jurisdiction,

(C) is a member in good standing of a veterinary medical association of another province or territory that is a signatory to any agreement under the Agreement on Internal Trade that is signed by the Association and that mandates registration of the applicant in Nova Scotia,

(ii) is not subject to a disciplinary finding that prohibits the applicant from engaging in the practice of veterinary medicine,

(iii) has completed the examinations approved by Council, including an examination demonstrating knowledge of the Act, regulations and by-laws,

(iv) is competent and of such character to safely and ethically engage in the practice of veterinary medicine, and

(v) if their first language is other than English, has passed the Test of English as a Foreign Language or another test that Council determines, with a score determined by Council.

General practice licence application
6 (1) A member who has not held a general practice licence in the immediately preceding calendar year may apply to the Registrar for a general practice licence by submitting a completed licence application to the Registrar on the form approved by the Registrar together with all of the following:

(a) the prescribed fee;

(b) such information as the Registrar requires to establish that the member

(i) has done one of the following:

(A) graduated in veterinary medicine in the 5 years immediately before the application from a university, college or school recognized by the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association,

(B) obtained a Certificate of Qualification from the National Examining Board in the 5 years immediately before the application,

(C) engaged in the practice of veterinary medicine for at least 1000 hours in the 5 years immediately before the application,

(D) engaged in the practice of veterinary medicine for at least 300 hours in the 12 months immediately before the application,

(ii) is not subject to a disciplinary finding that prohibits the applicant from engaging in the practice of veterinary medicine,

(iii) is competent and of such character to safely and ethically engage in the practice of veterinary [medicine],

(iv) undertakes to engage in the practice of veterinary medicine in a professional and becoming manner and in accordance with the provisions of the Act, regulations, by-laws and any code of ethics adopted by the Association;

(c) such information as the Registrar requires to establish that the facility or facilities in or from which the member intends to practise are accredited facilities.

(2) A member who holds a general practice licence from another jurisdiction and who seeks to obtain a general practice licence must meet the requirements of clauses (1)(a) and (b).

General practice licence term and renewal
7 (1) A general practice licence is valid for the calendar year in which it is issued, unless otherwise suspended or revoked.

(2) A member may renew their general practice licence on or before the expiry date by submitting a completed renewal application to the Registrar on the form approved by the Registrar together with all of the following:

(a) the prescribed fee;

(b) such information as the Registrar requires to establish that the member has met the professional development requirements approved by resolution of Council;

(c) the information required by subclauses 6(1)(b)(ii) to (iv) and clause 6(1)(c).

General practice licence entitlements
8 A member who holds a general practice licence is

(a) entitled to practise veterinary medicine in or from an accredited facility;

(b) eligible for election to Council;

(c) eligible to hold a position on a Committee appointed by Council and to vote at any meeting of a Committee on which they hold a position; and

(d) eligible to vote at any meeting of the Association.

Non-practising licence application
9 A member may apply to the Registrar for a non-practising licence or renewal of a non- practising licence by submitting a completed licence application to the Registrar on the form approved by the Registrar together with all of the following:

(a) the prescribed fee;

(b) such information as the Registrar requires to establish that the applicant undertakes not to engage in the practice of veterinary medicine.

Non-practising licence term and renewal
10 (1) A non-practising licence is valid for the calendar year in which it is issued, unless otherwise suspended or revoked.

(2) A member may renew a non-practising licence on or before the expiry date in accordance with Section 9.

Non-practising membership entitlements
11 A member who holds a non-practising licence has all of the privileges and obligations of a member who holds a general practice licence, except that a non-practising member is not entitled to engage in the practice of veterinary medicine.

Life membership
12 (1) A member becomes a life member if

(a) the member is 65 years or older;

(b) the member has been a member for 10 or more consecutive years;

(c) Council determines the member has taken an active interest in the affairs of the Association;

(d) the member is nominated for life membership by 3 members and Council approves the nomination; and

(e) a vote is passed at an Annual General Meeting approving the entry of the member into the life membership category.

(2) A life member is not required to pay a fee to maintain the status of life member, but must pay other prescribed fees as applicable.

Life membership entitlements
13 A life member has all of the privileges and obligations of a member who holds a general practice licence, except that a life member is not permitted to engage in the practice of veterinary medicine unless the life member also holds a general practice licence.

Non-active members
14 (1) A member who is not licensed in any category must be listed on the Register as a non-active member.

(2) A non-active member is

(a) not entitled to engage in the practice of veterinary medicine;

(b) not eligible for election to Council;

(c) not eligible to hold a position on a Committee approved by Council, nor to vote at a meeting of a Committee; and

(d) not eligible to vote at a meeting of the Association.

Temporary licence application
15 (1) The following people may apply for a temporary licence:

(a) a member who meets all of the criteria for renewal of a general practice licence in subsection 7(2), except for the professional development requirements under clause 7(2)(b);

(b) a member who holds a general practice licence on behalf of a non-member who is a veterinarian registered in another jurisdiction and is recognized as a specialist in accordance with criteria established by resolution of Council, for purposes of examining and treating animals only at an accredited facility and within the scope of their specialty;

(c) a person intending to practise veterinary medicine for a period no longer than 60 days at a time, if the person meets all the criteria for a general practice licence in subsection 6(1) except for the requirement to be a member of the Association.

(2) A person may apply for a temporary licence by submitting a completed licence application to the Registrar on the form approved by the Registrar together with the prescribed fee and such information as the Registrar requires to establish that the applicant meets the requirements of subsection (1).

Temporary licence term and renewal
16 A temporary licence is valid for a term determined by the Registrar that is no longer than 60 days, unless renewed by the Registrar.

Temporary licence restrictions
17 A person who holds a temporary licence may engage in the practice of veterinary medicine only in or from an accredited facility.

Honorary status
18 (1) Honorary status may be granted by resolution of Council to a veterinarian or non- veterinarian who has rendered distinguished or valuable service to the profession of veterinary medicine.

(2) A person who is granted honorary status is entitled to such rights and privileges as granted by Council.

Information on registration or licensing status
19 Anyone may request verification of a member’s registration or licensing status from the Registrar.

Removal of name from Register and revocation of licence
20 (1) The Registrar must remove the name of a member from the Register if

(a) the member requests it and surrenders their membership card and any licence;

(b) the member’s name is incorrectly entered on the Register;

(c) the Registrar is notified of the member’s death;

(d) the member fails to pay fees levied under the Act or these regulations;

(e) the member is suspended, for the term of the suspension; or

(f) the registration of the member is revoked.

(2) The Registrar must revoke a member’s licence if

(a) the member has made a request under clause (1)(a);

(b) the member’s name is incorrectly entered on their licence;

(c) the Registrar is notified of the member’s death;

(d) the member fails to pay fees levied under the Act or these regulations; or

(e) the registration of the member is revoked.

(3) The Registrar may restore a person’s name to the Register and re-issue an applicable licence to the person on

(a) application by the person;

(b) payment of the prescribed fee; and

(c) satisfaction of the applicable requirements for registration and licensing.
 

 

Corporate Permits


 

 

Corporate permit application
21 (1) A corporation may apply for a corporate permit by submitting a completed permit application to the Registrar on the form approved by the Registrar together with all of the following:

(a) the prescribed fee;

(b) such information as the Registrar requires to establish that

(i) the corporation is in good standing,

(ii) the name of the corporation and any business name or names used by the corporation are fit and proper names for a corporation engaged in the practice of veterinary medicine,

(iii) the corporation meets the shareholding requirements of the Act,

(iv) a majority of the directors and officers of the corporation hold general practice licences, and

(v) each person who will engage in the practice of veterinary medicine for and on behalf of the corporation holds a general practice licence.

(2) The Registrar must issue a corporate permit to a corporation that meets the requirements of subsection (1).

(3) The Registrar must maintain a Register of Corporate Permits, showing the name and business address of the corporation, together with all of the following:

(a) a list of the directors and officers of the corporation;

(b) the names of the persons who hold general practice licences;

(c) the names of the persons who will engage in the practice of veterinary medicine for and on behalf of the corporation;

(d) any additional information determined by the Registrar.

Corporate permit term and renewal
22 (1) A corporate permit is valid for the calendar year in which it is issued.

(2) A corporation may renew its corporate permit on or before the expiry date by submitting a completed permit application to the Registrar on the form approved by the Registrar together with all of the following:

(a) the prescribed fee;

(b) such information as the Registrar requires to establish that the corporation continues to meet the requirements of subclauses 21(1)(b)(i) to (v).

Suspension, revocation or refusal to renew corporate permit
23 If it appears to the Council that a corporation that holds a corporate permit fails to meet any of the requirements of subclauses 21(1)(b)(i) to (v), the Council must

(a) notify the corporation in writing of the specific requirements that the corporation failed to meet; and

(b) suspend, revoke or refuse to renew the corporate permit.

Permit displayed at premises
24 A corporation must display its current corporate permit, or a copy of it, in a conspicuous place at its premises at all times.

Registrar notified of changes to corporation
25 Within 15 days of the change, a corporation must notify the Registrar in writing with the specifics of any changes to its

(a) voting shareholders;

(b) officers;

(c) directors; or

(d) persons who engage in the practice of veterinary medicine for and on behalf of the corporation.

Records of corporate permit holder
26 A corporation that holds a corporate permit must, in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and business standards,

(a) have financial statements prepared at the end of each fiscal year;

(b) maintain current financial records;

(c) maintain current patient records in accordance with the standards set out in the by-laws; and

(d) maintain records about its employees.

Notice to and from corporate permit holder
27 (1) A notice required to be given to a corporation under the Act or these regulations may be sent by pre-paid registered mail to the address recorded on the Register of Corporate Permits and is deemed to have been received on the 3rd day after the notice is sent.

(2) Notice of any act or thing that is required to be given to the Registrar or the Council by a corporation under the Act or these regulations must be in writing and sent by pre-paid registered mail and is deemed to have been received on the 3rd day after the notice is sent.
 

 

Professional-Conduct Process


 

 

Complaint
28 (1) A complaint must be either originated by or sent to the Registrar.

(2) The Registrar must forward a copy of a complaint to each of

(a) the respondent; and

(b) the Chair of the Complaints Committee.

(3) Despite subsections (1) and (2), if the Registrar is the subject of a complaint or may otherwise be involved in the substance of a complaint, the complaint must be sent directly to the Chair of the Complaints Committee, and the Chair must request that Council appoint an Acting Registrar for the purposes of the professional-conduct process concerning the complaint.

(4) The parties to a complaint are the Association and the respondent.

Preservation of evidence in complaint that is not dismissed
29 Evidence obtained by a panel of the Professional Conduct Committee and information obtained by a panel of the Complaints Committee and an investigator in a complaint that is not dismissed by the Complaints Committee, must be preserved for at least 5 years from the date the evidence or information was obtained.

Panel of Complaints Committee
30 (1) A panel of the Complaints Committee must consist of at least 5 persons, one of whom must be a non-member, and one of whom may be the Chair of the Complaints Committee.

(2) If the Chair of the Complaints Committee is

(a) appointed to a panel of the Complaints Committee, the Chair of the Complaints Committee must act as chair of the panel; or

(b) not appointed to a panel of the Complaints Committee, the Chair of the Complaints Committee must appoint a chair for the panel.

(3) Any 3 persons of a panel of the Complaints Committee, regardless of whether they are members or non-members, constitutes a quorum of the panel.

(4) A decision of a panel of the Complaints Committee requires the vote of a majority of the quorum of the panel that is reviewing the matter.

(5) A panel of the Complaints Committee retains jurisdiction over a complaint until the commencement of a hearing before the Professional Conduct Committee or the acceptance of a settlement proposal by the Professional Conduct Committee.

Investigation of complaint
31 (1) During an investigation, an investigator may

(a) request additional written or oral explanations from the complainant, the respondent or a third party;

(b) request an interview with the complainant, the respondent or a third party; and

(c) investigate any additional matter that arises in the course of the investigation relating to the respondent and that may constitute professional misconduct, conduct unbecoming the profession, incompetence or incapacity.

(2) A respondent may submit both medical information and other information relevant to the complaint to the investigator investigating the complaint.

(3) If an investigator recommends in their written report to a panel that the panel exercise a power under subsection 32(2), the investigator must also send a statement to the respondent, advising them of the recommendation.

(4) The failure of an investigator to send a statement under subsection (3) does not affect the jurisdiction of the Complaints Committee to exercise its power under subsection 32(2).

Decision of panel of Complaints Committee
32 (1) A panel of the Complaints Committee must

(a) if it determines that it is in the interest of the respondent, the complainant, the public and the Association to do so, consider an informal resolution to the complaint;

(b) if it determines that a complaint is not within the jurisdiction of the Association or is incapable of substantiation, frivolous or vexatious, dismiss the complaint and advise the complainant and respondent of their decision; or

(c) if it determines that clauses (a) and (b) do not apply, provide the complainant, the respondent or other person the opportunity to appear before the panel and to submit representations or explanations, and then

(i) dismiss the complaint,

(ii) counsel the respondent,

(iii) caution the respondent,

(iv) counsel and caution the respondent,

(v) with the consent of the respondent, reprimand the respondent and order that the reprimand be communicated to the respondent, the complainant and such other person as the panel considers appropriate,

(vi) informally resolve the complaint, or

(vii) if the panel determines that the matter or matters before it warrant a hearing, refer the matter or matters to the Professional Conduct Committee.

(2) Before making a decision under clause (1)(c), a panel of the Complaints Committee may require the respondent to do one or both of the following:

(a) submit to a review of the respondent’s practice by a person or persons whom the panel considers qualified to perform the review, and authorize the provision of a copy of the review to the panel;

(b) produce any records kept with respect to the respondent’s practice as considered appropriate by the panel.

(3) If a respondent fails to comply with an action required under subsection (2), a panel of the Complaints Committee may direct the Registrar to suspend the respondent under Section 25 of the Act.

(4) The cost of complying with a requirement under subsection (2) must be initially borne by the Association, but may be awarded as costs against the respondent under Section 49.

Caution or counsel
33 A counsel or a caution issued under subclause 32(1)(c)(ii), (iii) or (iv) is not considered a disciplinary finding against the respondent and must not be published or disclosed to the public, but must be disclosed to

(a) the respondent;

(b) the complainant;

(c) any additional person the panel of the Complaints Committee considers appropriate; and

(d) the Complaints Committee in any subsequent complaints filed against the respondent.

Reprimand
34 A reprimand issued under subclause 32(1)(c)(v) is considered a disciplinary finding against the respondent.

Matter referred directly to Professional Conduct Committee
35 (1) A respondent who has been suspended under Section 25 of the Act may request that a panel of the Complaints Committee refer their matter directly to the Professional Conduct Committee.

(2) Despite Section 32, after receiving a request under subsection (1), a panel must refer the matter to the Professional Conduct Committee.

Preparation of settlement proposal
36 (1) A settlement proposal tendered in writing to the other party must include an admission or admissions by the respondent to one or more of the allegations set out in the notice of hearing and the respondent’s consent to a specified disposition, conditional upon the acceptance of the settlement proposal by the Professional Conduct Committee.

(2) A settlement proposal may include any disposition that could be ordered by a panel of the Professional Conduct Committee under Section 47.

(3) If all parties agree, they may use a mediator to help prepare a settlement proposal, and the costs of the mediator must be divided equally between the Association and the respondent, unless otherwise agreed by the parties.

(4) To enter into a settlement proposal under Section 28 of the Act, a panel of the Complaints Committee must be satisfied that

(a) the public is protected;

(b) the conduct of the respondent or its causes can be, or has been, successfully remedied or treated, and if appropriate, the respondent is likely to successfully pursue remediation or treatment; and

(c) settlement is in the best interests of the public and the veterinary medical profession.

Amendment of settlement proposal by Complaints Committee
37 (1) A Complaints Committee may suggest amendments to a settlement proposal and return it to the Association and the respondent for review.

(2) If either the respondent or the Association does not accept amendments suggested under subsection (1), the matter must continue to a Professional Conduct Committee for hearing.

Acceptance of settlement proposal by Professional Conduct Committee
38 (1) A panel of the Complaints Committee must refer a settlement proposal that it has entered into to a panel of the Professional Conduct Committee for acceptance.

(2) If the panel of the Professional Conduct Committee accepts the settlement proposal,

(a) the settlement proposal forms part of the order of the Professional Conduct Committee disposing of the matter; and

(b) unless the settlement proposal is breached, there is no hearing before the Professional Conduct Committee.

(3) If the panel of the Professional Conduct Committee does not accept a settlement proposal, the Professional Conduct Committee may

(a) suggest amendments to the settlement proposal and return it to the parties for review, and

(i) if both parties do not agree with the Professional Conduct Committee’s amendments, the settlement proposal is deemed to be rejected and the matter must be referred to another panel of the Professional Conduct Committee for a hearing, or

(ii) if both parties agree with the Professional Conduct Committee’s amendments, the settlement proposal is sent back to the panel of the Complaints Committee, who may

(A) accept the settlement proposal, or

(B) reject the settlement proposal and refer the matter to another panel of the Professional Conduct Committee for a hearing; or

(b) reject the settlement proposal, in which case the matter must be forwarded to another panel of the Professional Conduct Committee for a hearing.

Breach of accepted settlement proposal
39 An alleged breach by a respondent of an undertaking or a condition set out in a settlement proposal that is accepted by the Professional Conduct Committee must be referred to the Professional Conduct Committee and may form the subject of a hearing before a panel of the Professional Conduct Committee.

Panel of the Professional Conduct Committee
40 (1) A panel of the Professional Conduct Committee must consist of at least 5 persons from the Professional Conduct Committee, one of whom must be a non-member, and one of whom may be the Chair of the Professional Conduct Committee.

(2) If the Chair of the Professional Conduct Committee is

(a) appointed to a panel of the Professional Conduct Committee, the Chair of the Professional Conduct Committee must act as chair of the panel; or

(b) not appointed to a panel of the Professional Conduct Committee, the Chair of the Professional Conduct Committee must appoint a chair for the panel.

(3) Any 3 persons from a panel of the Professional Conduct Committee, regardless of whether they are members or non-members, constitutes a quorum of the panel.

(4) A decision of a panel of the Professional Conduct Committee requires the vote of a majority of the quorum of the panel that is reviewing the matter.

(5) A person who sat on a panel of the Professional Conduct Committee that reviewed a rejected settlement proposal must not sit on the panel that conducts the hearing with respect to the same matter.

Notice of hearing
41 (1) Service of a notice of hearing required by subsection 27(3) of the Act must be either by personal service or by pre-paid registered mail to the respondent’s or the complainant’s last known address.

(2) A notice of hearing that is sent by mail is deemed to have been received on the 3rd day after it was sent.

(3) A notice of hearing must state the details of the complaint and must specify the time and place of the hearing and state that the respondent may be represented by counsel.

Amendment of notice of hearing
42 (1) At any time before or during a hearing, a panel of the Professional Conduct Committee may amend or alter the notice of hearing to correct an alleged defect in substance or form, or to make the notice conform to the evidence if there appears to be a discrepancy between the evidence and the notice, or if the evidence discloses potential professional misconduct, conduct unbecoming the profession, incapacity or incompetence that is not alleged in the notice.

(2) If an amendment or alteration is made by a panel of the Professional Conduct Committee under subsection (1), a respondent must be given sufficient opportunity to prepare an answer to the amendment or alteration.

(3) If a panel of the Professional Conduct Committee determines that an amendment or alteration sought by a party to the notice of hearing is not appropriate, the Professional Conduct Committee may refuse to make the amendment, and if considered appropriate, may refer any new allegations to the Registrar as a new complaint.

Conducting Professional Conduct Committee hearing
43 (1) A complainant is not entitled to participate as a party at a hearing before a panel of the Professional Conduct Committee.

(2) A complainant or other persons wishing to attend a hearing of the Professional Conduct Committee may do so, but a panel of the Professional Conduct Committee may at any time exclude a non-party from a hearing, or determine conditions for a person to remain at a hearing.

(3) The Professional Conduct Committee may impose a publication ban on such information arising from a hearing of the Professional Conduct Committee as it considers appropriate.

(4) A respondent is responsible for all expenses incurred in the respondent’s defence.

(5) Subject to the Act and these regulations, the Professional Conduct Committee may determine its own rules of procedure for a hearing, which must, at a minimum, provide for the direct examination and cross-examination of witnesses called by the Association and the respondent as required by subsection 30(2) of the Act.

(6) The testimony of a witness at a hearing of the Professional Conduct Committee must be taken under oath or affirmation, administered by a member of the panel of the Professional Conduct Committee or other person in attendance authorized by law to administer oaths or affirmations.

(7) A hearing must proceed without reference to any rejected settlement proposal or any admission contained in a rejected settlement proposal until such time as the Professional Conduct Committee has determined whether professional misconduct, conduct unbecoming the profession, incompetence or incapacity have been proven.

Failure to attend Professional Conduct Committee hearing
44 If a respondent does not attend a hearing of the Professional Conduct Committee, a panel of the Professional Conduct Committee, upon proof of service of the notice of hearing, may proceed with the hearing in the respondent’s absence and, without further notice to the respondent, take such action as it is authorized to take under the Act or these regulations.

Witness fees for Professional Conduct Committee hearing
45 A witness present under subpoena at a hearing is entitled to the same allowances as a witness attending a trial of an action in the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia.

Recording of evidence at Professional Conduct Committee hearing
46 (1) All evidence submitted to a panel of the Professional Conduct Committee must be reduced to writing, taken down in shorthand or mechanically recorded by a person authorized by the Association.

(2) Subject to subsections 30(2) and (3) of the Act, evidence may be given before a panel of the Professional Conduct Committee in any manner that the panel considers appropriate, and the panel is not bound by the rules of law respecting evidence applicable to judicial proceedings.

Disposition by Professional Conduct Committee
47 (1) If a panel of the Professional Conduct Committee finds professional misconduct, conduct unbecoming the profession, incompetence or incapacity on the part of a respondent, the panel may

(a) revoke the registration and licence of the respondent and order that the respondent’s name be removed from the Register;

(b) suspend the licence of the respondent for a specific period of time, during which the respondent loses all privileges pertaining to the licence;

(c) suspend the respondent from the practice of veterinary medicine pending the satisfaction and completion of any conditions that are ordered by the Professional Conduct Committee;

(d) impose restrictions and conditions on the respondent for a period designated by the committee and record the restrictions and conditions on the licence if the Committee considers it necessary;

(e) reprimand the member and, if the Committee considers it warranted, direct that the fact of the reprimand be recorded;

(f) direct that the respondent must pass a particular course of study or satisfy the Professional Conduct Committee or any other committee established under this Act as to the respondent’s competence generally or in a field of practice;

(g) direct the respondent to obtain medical treatment;

(h) direct the respondent to obtain counselling that, in the opinion of the Professional Conduct Committee, is appropriate;

(i) publish its findings in a manner it considers appropriate;

(j) inform such persons as it considers appropriate of its findings; or

(k) carry out any combination of the above.

(2) Before making a decision under subsection (1), a panel of the Professional Conduct Committee may require the respondent to do one or both of the following:

(a) submit to a review of the respondent’s practice by a person or persons whom the panel considers qualified to perform the review, and authorize the provision of a copy of the review to the panel;

(b) produce any records kept with respect to the respondent’s practice as considered appropriate by the panel.

(3) If a respondent fails to comply with an action required under subsection (2), a panel of the Professional Conduct Committee may resolve that the respondent be suspended until the respondent complies.

(4) The costs of complying with a requirement under subsection (2) must be borne initially by the Association, but may be awarded as costs against a respondent under Section 49.

Written decision of Professional Conduct Committee
48 A panel of the Professional Conduct Committee must prepare a written report of its decision and the reasons for the decision and send a copy of the report within a reasonable time frame by pre-paid registered mail or personal service to each of

(a) the respondent;

(b) the complainant; and

(c) any additional persons considered appropriate by the Professional Conduct Committee.

Costs of Professional Conduct Committee
49 (1) For the purposes of this Section, "costs of the Professional Conduct Committee" include

(a) expenses incurred by the Association, the Council, the investigator, the Complaints Committee and the Professional Conduct Committee; and

(b) solicitor and client costs, disbursements and HST of the Association, the Council, the investigator, the Complaints Committee and the Professional Conduct Committee, relating to the investigation, hearing and adjudication of the complaint.

(2) If a panel of the Professional Conduct Committee decides against a respondent, it may order that the respondent pay the costs of the Professional Conduct Committee in whole or in part.

(3) A panel of the Professional Conduct Committee may consider any rejected settlement proposal exchanged between the parties when awarding costs of the Professional Conduct Committee.

(4) If a respondent is ordered to pay the costs of the Professional Conduct Committee under subsection (2), a panel of the Professional Conduct Committee may make it a condition of the registration or licence of the respondent that the costs be paid immediately, or at the time and on the terms that the panel fixes, and direct that if a respondent fails to pay the costs of the Professional Conduct Committee within the time ordered, the Registrar may suspend the respondent’s licence until payment is made or satisfactory arrangements for payment have been established.

Reinstatement application
50 An application for reinstatement under Section 32 of the Act must be on the prescribed form and must include all of the following:

(a) the prescribed fee;

(b) such information as required by the Reinstatement Committee to establish that the objects of the professional-conduct process will be met if reinstatement is granted.

Investigation respecting reinstatement application
51 (1) If the Registrar receives an application for reinstatement, the Reinstatement Committee may order that an investigation be conducted to gather relevant and appropriate information concerning the application.

(2) If an investigation is ordered under subsection (1), an investigator must give the Reinstatement Committee and the applicant a written report that includes all material relevant to the application, including the original decision of the panel of the Professional Conduct Committee and any relevant information gathered during the investigation.

Date, time and place of reinstatement hearing
 

52 After an investigation under Section 51 is completed, the Reinstatement Committee must set a date, time and place for the hearing of an application for reinstatement and must advise the applicant of the date, time and place.Conducting reinstatement hearing

53 (1) An applicant and a representative of the Association may appear before the Reinstatement Committee at a hearing with or without legal counsel.

(2) Subject to the Act and these regulations, the Reinstatement Committee may determine its own rules of procedure, which must, at a minimum, provide for the direct examination and cross- examination of witnesses called by the Association and the applicant.

(3) All evidence submitted to the Reinstatement Committee must be reduced to writing, taken down in shorthand or mechanically recorded by a person authorized by the Association.

(4) For purposes of a reinstatement hearing, each person on the Reinstatement Committee has all of the rights, powers and privileges of a commissioner appointed under the Public Inquiries Act.

Decision of Reinstatement Committee
54 (1) A decision of the Reinstatement Committee must be communicated in writing to the applicant and to the Registrar.

(2) If an application for reinstatement is accepted, the Reinstatement Committee may impose the terms and conditions it considers appropriate on the applicant’s reinstatement and the applicant must satisfy all criteria required for the issuing of a new licence under these regulations.

(3) A decision of the Reinstatement Committee concerning an application for reinstatement is final.

(4) Despite subsection (3), if an application is rejected, the applicant may resubmit an application for reinstatement after a year has elapsed following the date of the decision of the Reinstatement Committee, or at a later date set out in its decision.

Costs of Reinstatement Committee
55 The Reinstatement Committee may recover costs from an applicant, including any of the following:

(a) expenses incurred by the Association and the Reinstatement Committee in investigating the application for reinstatement;

(b) expenses incurred by the Association and the Reinstatement Committee for the role of the Association or the Reinstatement Committee in the reinstatement application process;

(c) solicitor and client costs, disbursements and HST of the Association and the Reinstatement Committee relating to the investigation and hearing and adjudication of the application for reinstatement, including the solicitor and client costs, disbursements and HST of the Association’s counsel;

(d) fees for obtaining an expert’s report or for preparing any necessary transcripts of the proceedings;

(e) travel costs and reasonable expenses of any witnesses required to appear before the Reinstatement Committee.

Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice
56 Council must by resolution approve the Code of Ethics and the Standards of Practice that apply to all members.
 

 

Accreditation and Categories of Facilities


 

 

Application for interim accreditation certificate
57 (1) A member seeking to engage in the practice of veterinary medicine in a facility that does not hold a current accreditation certificate must apply to the Accreditation Committee for an interim accreditation certificate by submitting a completed application to the Registrar on a form approved by the Registrar, indicating the category or categories of facility, together with the prescribed fee.

(2) On receiving an application under subsection (1), the Accreditation Committee must appoint an inspector to inspect the facility.

(3) If an inspector is satisfied that a facility meets the standards for the applicable category or categories of facility as set out in the by-laws, with the exception of those standards that can only be met once the facility is in operation, the inspector must issue an interim accreditation certificate to the facility in the applicable category or categories.

Term of interim accreditation certificate
58 An interim accreditation certificate must be issued for a term of no longer than 60 days.

Notification of interim accreditation certificate to Accreditation Committee
59 An inspector must notify the Registrar and the Chair of the Accreditation Committee when they issue an interim accreditation certificate.

Denial of interim accreditation certificate
60 (1) If an inspector does not issue an interim accreditation certificate to an applicant, the inspector must give the Accreditation Committee a written recommendation for denial, including the reasons for the recommendation.

(2) On receiving a recommendation for denial from an inspector, the Accreditation Committee must notify the applicant of the recommendation and invite the applicant to present any further relevant information to the Accreditation Committee either orally or in writing, as determined by the Accreditation Committee.

(3) On receiving information from an applicant under subsection (2), and after reviewing the information with the inspector if the Accreditation Committee considers it necessary, the Accreditation Committee must issue or deny an interim accreditation certificate.

Issue of accreditation certificate
61 (1) Before an interim accreditation certificate expires, an inspector must revisit a facility to conduct a further inspection of the facility and determine whether all of the standards set out in the by-laws for the applicable category of facility are met.

(2) On reinspecting a facility, if an inspector is satisfied that the facility meets the standards for the applicable category or categories of facility as set out in the by-laws, the inspector must issue an accreditation certificate for the applicable category or categories of the facility.

Term of accreditation certificate
62 (1) An accreditation certificate must be issued for a term of no longer than 3 years.

(2) An accreditation certificate expires on the earliest of

(a) the expiration date of the accreditation certificate;

(b) 30 days from the date of a change in the majority of the owners of a facility, unless the member or members operating in or from the facility have given notification of the change in ownership under Section 67;

(c) the date that the accreditation certificate is revoked under Section 69; and

(d) the date that a member refuses to comply with an inspection required under these regulations.

Renewal of accreditation certificate
63 (1) At least 90 days before the expiry date of a facility’s current accreditation certificate, a member engaged in the practice of veterinary medicine in the facility must be

(a) sent a renewal application form approved by the Registrar; and

(b) notified by the Accreditation Committee that the member must apply for renewal of the facility’s accreditation certificate.

(2) A member may apply for renewal of an accreditation certificate by submitting a completed renewal application to the Accreditation Committee on a form approved by the Registrar together with the prescribed fee at least 60 days before the expiry date of the current accreditation certificate.

(3) On receiving an application under subsection (2), the Accreditation Committee must appoint an inspector to conduct an inspection of a facility and the inspector must conduct the inspection before the expiry of the facility’s current accreditation certificate.

(4) If an inspector is satisfied that a facility inspected under subsection (3) meets the standards for the applicable category or categories of facility as set out in the by-laws, the inspector must issue a new accreditation certificate to the facility in the applicable category or categories.

Notification of accreditation certificate to Accreditation Committee
64 An inspector must notify the Registrar and the Chair of the Accreditation Committee when they grant or renew an accreditation certificate.

Denial of accreditation certificate
65 (1) If an inspector does not issue an accreditation certificate under subsection 61(2) or 63(4), the inspector must give the Accreditation Committee a written recommendation for denial, including reasons for the recommendation.

(2) On receiving a recommendation for denial from an inspector, the Accreditation Committee must notify the applicant of the recommendation, and invite the applicant to present any further relevant information to the Accreditation Committee either orally or in writing, as determined by the Accreditation Committee.

(3) On receiving information from an applicant under subsection (2), and after reviewing the information with the inspector, if the Accreditation Committee considers it necessary, the Accreditation Committee must issue or deny an accreditation certificate.

Appeal from denial of renewal of accreditation certificate
66 A member or members who have been denied renewal of an accreditation certificate under Section 65 may appeal the decision of the Accreditation Committee to the Accreditation Appeal Committee in the same manner as an appeal from a denial of an accreditation certificate under Section 41 of the Act.

Change in ownership of facility
67 (1) If the majority of the owners of a facility changes during the term of an accreditation certificate, or if the majority of the voting shareholders of a corporate owner of a facility changes during the term of an accreditation certificate, the member or members who intend to practise in the facility following the change in ownership must notify the Registrar of the change in majority ownership and reapply for an interim accreditation certificate in accordance with Section 57 within 30 days of the change.

(2) An accreditation certificate of a facility in effect before a change in the majority of owners remains in effect until an interim accreditation certificate is issued or denied.

Re-inspection of facility suspected of non-compliance
68 (1) If the Accreditation Committee has reasonable and probable grounds to believe that a facility that holds a current accreditation certificate is no longer in compliance with the standards required for that category of facility as set out in the by-laws, the Accreditation Committee must direct an inspector to conduct an immediate re-inspection of the facility.

(2) If an inspector determines that a facility suspected of non-compliance complies with the standards required for that category of facility as set out in the by-laws, the inspector must notify the Registrar and the Chair of the Accreditation Committee of the facility’s compliance, and no further action is required.

Revocation of accreditation certificate
69 (1) If an inspector determines that a facility suspected of non-compliance does not meet the standards required for that category of facility as set out in the by-laws, the inspector must give the Accreditation Committee a report of the inspection, including details of the non- compliance.

(2) On receiving an inspector’s report under subsection (1), the Accreditation Committee must notify the member or members engaged in the practice of veterinary medicine in the facility of the inspector’s report, and invite the member or members to present any further relevant information to the Accreditation Committee either orally or in writing, as determined by the Accreditation Committee.

(3) On receiving information from a member or members under subsection (2), and after reviewing the information with the inspector, if the Accreditation Committee considers it necessary, the Accreditation Committee must revoke or uphold the accreditation certificate of the facility.

(4) A member or members engaged in the practice of veterinary medicine in a facility for which the accreditation certificate is revoked may appeal the decision of the Accreditation Committee to the Accreditation Appeal Committee in the same manner as an appeal from a denial of an accreditation certificate under Section 41 of the Act.

Categories of facilities
70 The categories of facilities are as follows:

(a) small animal hospital;

(b) small animal clinic;

(c) small animal mobile service;

(d) small animal house call service;

(e) large animal hospital;

(f) large animal clinic;

(g) large animal mobile service; and

(h) emergency clinic.

Small animal hospital
71 (1) The scope of practice for a small animal hospital is limited to examination, diagnostic and prophylactic services and medical and surgical treatment for small animals, including major surgery.

(2) A small animal hospital must be equipped to provide housing and nursing care for small animals during illness, convalescence and major surgery.

Small animal clinic
72 (1) The scope of practice for a small animal clinic is limited to examination, diagnostic and prophylactic services and medical and surgical treatment for small animals, and does not include major surgery.

(2) Despite subsection (1), ovariohysterectomies may be performed in a small animal clinic if anaesthetic services, overnight compartments and an area for major surgical procedures, as required by the standards for a small animal hospital set out in the by-laws, are provided within the small animal clinic.

(3) A small animal clinic must be associated with a small animal hospital that is located within reasonable proximity to the area served by the small animal clinic and that has agreed to provide hospitalization, surgery and other services not provided by the small animal clinic.

Small animal mobile service
73 (1) The scope of practice for a small animal mobile service is limited to examination, diagnostic and prophylactic services and minor surgical procedures for small animals that require only local anaesthesia, not general anaesthesia or sedation, only if the equipment required in the standards for a small animal mobile service is available, and does not include radiology and major surgery.

(2) A small animal mobile service may provide the same services as a small animal clinic if there is no small animal clinic or small animal hospital within an 80-km driving distance of the small animal mobile service or if approved by the Accreditation Committee.

(3) A small animal mobile service must be conducted from a vehicle and must be operated from, and under the same ownership as, a small animal hospital.

Small animal house call service
74 (1) The scope of practice for a small animal house call service is limited to the same services as a small animal mobile service, if the standards for a small animal mobile service as set out in the by-laws are met.

(2) A small animal house call service must be operated from, and under the same ownership as, a small animal hospital and the services must be performed during visits to clients’ residences.

Large animal hospital
75 (1) The scope of practice for a large animal hospital is limited to examination, diagnostic and prophylactic services and medical and surgical treatment for large animals, including major surgery.

(2) A large animal hospital must be equipped to provide housing and nursing care for large animals during illness, convalescence and major surgery.

Large animal clinic
76 The scope of practice for a large animal clinic is limited to the same services as a large animal hospital, if the standards for a large animal hospital as set out in the by-laws are met.

Large animal mobile service
77 (1) The scope of practice for a large animal mobile service is limited to the same services as a large animal hospital, if the standards for a large animal hospital as set out in the by- laws are met.

(2) A large animal mobile service must be conducted from a vehicle and must be operated from, and under the same ownership as, a large animal hospital or large animal clinic.

Emergency clinic
78 (1) The scope of practice for an emergency clinic is limited to examination, diagnostic and prophylactic services and medical and surgical treatment for small animals, including major surgery.

(2) An emergency clinic must be open only during hours that are outside the regular business hours of small animal hospitals or small animal clinics in the vicinity of the emergency clinic.

(3) An emergency clinic must

(a) be operated, equipped and staffed to provide emergency services;

(b) have a member who holds a general practice licence and sufficient staff to provide timely and appropriate care in attendance at all times during the operation of the facility;

(c) specify its hours of operation, which must principally be the hours when most other categories of facilities are not providing client services;

(d) transfer patients’ records to the primary care provider of each patient on the next available business day;

(e) when the clinic closes, arrange for the transfer of a patient to the patient’s primary care provider if necessary;

(f) meet the standards for small animal hospitals as set out in the by-laws; and

(g) have the equipment required for emergency clinics as specified in the standards set out in the by-laws.

 

 


PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND

Housing Standards for Cats and Dogs in Companion Animal Establishments Regulations, P.E.I. Reg. EC682/03

Citation: Housing Standards for Cats and Dogs in Companion Animal Establishments Regulations, P.E.I. Reg. EC682/03
Enabling Statute: Companion Animal Protection Act, R.S.P.E.I. 1988, c. C-14.1
URL: http://www.canlii.org/pe/laws/regu/2003r.682/20080715/whole.html
Version downloaded by CanLII on 2008-07-15  

Warning: This document predates the last update of the collection. It might have been modified or omitted since this last update.

                             PLEASE NOTE
This document, prepared by the Legislative Counsel Office, is an office
consolidation of this regulation, current to February 1, 2004. It is intended for
information and reference purposes only.

This document is not the official version of these regulations. The regulations and
the amendments printed in the Royal Gazette should be consulted to determine the
authoritative text of these regulations.

For more information concerning the history of these regulations, please see the
Table of Regulations.

If you find any errors or omissions in this consolidation, please contact:

                             Legislative Counsel Office
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CHAPTER 14.1

            COMPANION ANIMAL PROTECTION ACT

    HOUSING STANDARDS FOR CATS AND DOGS IN
 COMPANION ANIMAL ESTABLISHMENTS REGULATIONS

Pursuant to section 18 of the Companion Animal Protection Act
R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. C-14.1, Council made the following regulations:

1. In these regulations                                                        Definitions

    (a) "Act" means the Companion Animal Protection Act R.S.P.E.I.             Act
    1988, Cap. C-14.1;
    (b) "cat" means a male or female adult or juvenile cat, and includes a     cat
    kitten;
    (c) "cat length" means the length of a cat measured from the tip of        cat length
    the nose to the base of the tail;
    (d) "dog" means a male or female adult or juvenile dog, and includes       dog
    a puppy;
    (e) "dog length" means the length of a dog measured from the tip of        dog length
    the nose to the base of the tail;
    (f) "housing unit" means any cage or other enclosure used to house a       housing unit
    cat or dog, but does not include housing in a cage while transporting
    a dog or cat outside a companion animal establishment;
    (g) "shoulder height" means the height of a cat or dog as measured         shoulder height
    from a flat surface on which the cat or dog is standing to the highest
    part of the back at the base of the neck of the cat or dog. (EC682/03)
2. (1) Every licencee housing a single cat or dog in a housing unit shall      Minimum floor
ensure that the floor space of the housing unit housing the cat or dog is at   space

least the minimum floor space, as determined by the Schedule, using the
cat or dog length of the animal being housed.
  (2) Every licencee housing a cat or dog that is nursing her young shall      Nursing of
ensure that the minimum floor space of the housing unit is the minimum         offspring

floor space required under subsection (1) plus an additional 10% floor
space for each cat or dog in the litter. (EC682/03)
3. Every licensee housing one or more cats or dogs in a housing unit           Minimum length
shall ensure that the shortest length and width dimensions of the housing      and width
                                                                               requirements
unit shall be not less than


                                     1
 
2                     Cap. C-14.1                Companion Animal Protection Act             Updated 2004
                       Housing Standards for Cats and Dogs in Companion Animal Establishments Regulations


                          (a) the cat length or dog length of the longest cat or dog housed in
                          the housing unit; or
                          (b) 35 centimetres,
                      whichever is greater. (EC682/03)
Minimum height        4. (1) Every licensee housing one or more dogs in a housing unit shall
requirements          ensure that the minimum height of the housing unit is
                           (a) 1.5 times the shoulder height of the tallest dog housed in the
                           housing unit; and
                           (b) not less than 20 centimetres from the top of the head of the tallest
                           dog to the ceiling of the housing unit, as measured when the dog is
                           standing.
Idem                    (2) Every licensee housing one or more cats in a housing unit shall
                      ensure that the minimum height of the housing unit shall be
                          (a) 1.5 times the shoulder height of the tallest cat housed in the
                          housing unit; and
                          (b) not less than 20 centimetres from the top of the head of the tallest
                          cat to the ceiling of the housing unit, as measured when the cat is
                          standing on the perch required under section 7. (EC682/03)
Two or more cats or   5. Where two or more cats or dogs are housed in a single housing unit,
dogs in a housing     the licensee housing the cats or dogs shall ensure that the minimum floor
unit
                      space of the housing unit for each cat or dog is the
                           (a) minimum floor space required by the longest cat or dog housed
                           in the housing unit as required under subsection 2(1); and
                           (b) 35% of the floor space required by clause (a) for each additional
                           cat or dog in the housing unit. (EC682/03)
Housing unit          6. Every licensee housing a cat or dog in a housing unit shall ensure that
construction          the housing unit has
                           (a) at least one wall constructed of transparent material or mesh;
                           (b) a solid floor space of at least 1/3 the minimum floor space as
                           required under these regulations; and
                           (c) containers for drinking water and food that
                              (i) are affixed to a wall or the floor to prevent tipping, or
                              (ii) are of a design that prevents tipping. (EC682/03)
Perches for cats      7. (1) Every licensee housing a cat shall ensure that the housing unit has
                      a perch that
                           (a) in the case of a single cat, has an area of at least 1/4 the floor
                           space required under subsection 2(1);
                           (b) in the case of a cat nursing her young, has an area of at least 1/4
                           the floor space required under subsection 2(2); and




                                                              2
 
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     (c) in the case of two or more cats being housed in a single housing
     unit, has an area of at least 1/4 the floor space required under section
     5.
  (2) The perch required under subsection (1) shall be located at least 20             Height of perch
centimetres above the floor of the housing unit.
  (3) The perch required under subsection (1) shall be in addition to the              Perch additional
floor space for a housing unit required under subsection 2(1).                         space

(EC682/03)




                                         3
 
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     Housing Standards for Cats and Dogs in Companion Animal Establishments Regulations


                                         SCHEDULE

                                 Minimum Floor Space

    cat length or 1-20    21-     31-     41-        51-    61-   71-    81-    91-    101-
    dog length in         30      40      50         60     70    80     90     100    110
    centimetres

    minimum floor 0.20    0.30    0.42    0.56       0.72   0.9   1.10   1.32   1.56   1.82
    space in square
    metres
    (EC682/03)




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Ticket Regulations, P.E.I. Reg. EC321/01

Citation: Ticket Regulations, P.E.I. Reg. EC321/01
Enabling Statute: Summary Proceedings Act, R.S.P.E.I. 1988, c. S-9
URL: http://www.canlii.org/pe/laws/regu/2001r.321/20080715/whole.html
Version downloaded by CanLII on 2008-07-15  

Warning: This document predates the last update of the collection. It might have been modified or omitted since this last update.

                             PLEASE NOTE
This document, prepared by the Legislative Counsel Office, is an office
consolidation of this regulation, current to July 5, 2008. It is intended for
information and reference purposes only.

This document is not the official version of these regulations. The regulations and
the amendments printed in the Royal Gazette should be consulted to determine the
authoritative text of these regulations.

For more information concerning the history of these regulations, please see the
Table of Regulations.

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CHAPTER S-9
                  SUMMARY PROCEEDINGS ACT

                       TICKET REGULATIONS

Pursuant to section 10 of the Summary Proceedings Act R.S.P.E.I. 1988,
Cap. S-9, Council made the following regulations:

1. For the purposes of section 10 of the Act, the form of the ticket shall     Form of ticket
be as set out in Schedule 1 to these regulations. (EC58/08)
2. For the purposes of section 10 of the Act, the offences under the           Designated offences
provisions of the enactments set out in Schedule 2 to these regulations
are designated as offences in respect of which a ticket may be issued.
(EC58/08)
3. (1) The words or expressions set out in Column I of Schedule 2 may          Words and
be used on a ticket to designate an offence under the provision of the         expressions
                                                                               describing offence
enactment referred to in Column II thereof.
   (2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), any words or expressions used on a      Idem
ticket which describe with sufficient clarity the offence committed shall
be for all purposes a sufficient description of an offence designated in
Schedule 2. (EC58/08)
4. Where there appears in respect of an offence described in Column I of       Penalty for out of
Schedule 2, under a provision of an enactment referred to in Column II         court settlement

thereof, an amount in Column III thereof setting out a specified penalty
for an out-of-court settlement in respect of that offence, the issuing
officer may endorse on the ticket the specified penalty and the total of the
specified penalty and the surcharge prescribed under subsection 9(2) of
the Victims of Crime Act R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. V-3.1, and where such an
endorsement is made the provisions of section 11 of the Summary
Proceedings Act have effect. (EC58/08)
5. The Summary Proceedings Act Ticket Regulations (EC321/01) are               Revocation
revoked. (EC58/08)
 
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                   SCHEDULE 1




    (EC58/08)
 
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(EC58/08)
 
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    (EC58/08)
 
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                  Ticket Regulations




(EC58/08)
 
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    (EC58/08)
 
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                  Ticket Regulations




(EC58/08)
 
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                                                  SCHEDULE 2


                                                       PART 1
                            AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS STANDARDS ACT
                                    R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. A-9

    Item                                 Column I                               Column II        Column III
    Number                                Offence                                Section      Penalty for out of
                                                                                               court settlement
    1     Marketing substandard product or product that does not                             $25 (1st offence)
            meet standards on grades required by the Act or does                             200 (2nd or
            not comply with the regulations..................................      6        subsequent offence)

                                                       PART 2
                                 ANIMAL HEALTH AND PROTECTION ACT
                                       R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. A-11.1

    Item                                   Column I                                 Column II       Column III
    Number                                  Offence                                  Section        Penalty for
                                                                                                    out of court
                                                                                                     settlement
    1 Owner failing to comply with order of inspector ...................              3.2(5)           $100
    2 Transporting or causing the transport of diseased animal into
         or out of restricted area.........................................            3.3(4)            100
    3 Causing animal unnecessary pain, suffering or injury.........                    8.1(1)            100
    4 Owner of animal causing or permitting animal to be or
         continue to be in distress.......................................             8.1(2)            100
    5 Owner served with an order failing to comply with its
         terms...............................................................          12(5)             100
    6 Obstructing, interfering with or giving false information to
         an inspector or provincial veterinarian........................                 18              100

                                                       PART 3
                                 ANIMAL HEALTH AND PROTECTION ACT
                                       Animal Health Regulations
                                              (EC193/91)

    Item                                   Column I                                 Column II       Column III
    Number                                  Offence                                  Section        Penalty for
                                                                                                    out of court
                                                                                                     settlement
    1 Owner of animal, veterinarian and any other person having
         custody of animal who suspects animal is suffering from
         a named disease failing to notify Provincial
         Veterinarian .....................................................             3(1)            $100
    2 Allowing transportation of or transporting animal or animal
         by-product from premises without approval of inspector
         where an order made under subsection 3.2(2) of the Act
         is posted on premises..........................................               6(1)(a)           100
 
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3 Allowing animal or animal by-product to be transported or
     transporting animal or animal by-product to premises
     without approval of inspector where an order made under
     subsection 3.2(2) of the Act is posted on premises ..........                 6(1)(b)         100
4 Failing to ensure vehicle is disinfected in manner acceptable
     to inspector after transportation is completed of animal or
     animal by-product to farm or premises on which an order
     made under subsection 3.2(2) of the Act is posted .........                    6(2)           100

                                                  PART 4
                           ANIMAL HEALTH AND PROTECTION ACT
                                   Bee Health Regulations
                                        (EC271/01)

Item                                   Column I                                   Column II    Column III
Number                                  Offence                                    Section     Penalty for
                                                                                               out of court
                                                                                                settlement
1 Beekeepers failing to give inspector reasonable assistance and
      access to bees and bee equipment ..............................                4(3)         $100
2 Transporting bees into province from area not free of Class A
      diseases ............................................................          5(2)          100
3 Person transporting bees through an area not free of Class A
      diseases and into province failing to ensure bees coming
      into province do not come into contact with other bees
      during transport ..................................................            5(4)          100
4 Transporting bees into province without obtaining bee health
      certificate ..........................................................         6(1)          100
5 Failing to mark bee equipment or packing containers with the
      province or country of origin and with the laboratory
      sample number and date bees were sampled .................                     6(3)          100
6 Transporting genetic material into province without holding
      genetic material health certificate .............................            6.1(1)(a)       100
7 Transporting genetic material into province where genetic
      material originated outside Canada ............................              6.1(1)(b)       100
8 Transporting genetic material into province contrary to
      manner specified on genetic material health certificate.....                 6.1(1)(c)       100
9 Failing to stop at weigh station at Border ­ Carleton or Wood
      Islands when transporting bees or bee equipment into
      province ...........................................................           7(2)          100
10 Driver of vehicle transporting bees or bee equipment
      containing bees into province failing to provide bee health
      certificate at weigh station .......................................           7(4)          100
11 Failing to destroy bee equipment............................................     9.1(a)         100
12 Improperly storing bee equipment.................................                9.1(b)         100
 
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                                                                PART 5
                                     ANIMAL HEALTH AND PROTECTION ACT
                                          Swine Importation Regulations
                                                  (EC523/98)

     Item                                          Column I                                         Column II        Column III
     Number                                         Offence                                          Section         Penalty for
                                                                                                                     out of court
                                                                                                                      settlement
     1 Importing swine, swine semen or market hogs without
          obtaining import permit..........................................                               3(1)           $100
     2 Driver of vehicle transporting swine or market hogs into
          province failing to provide import permit, on request.......                                    4(2)            100
     3 Driver of vehicle transporting swine into province without
          valid import permit failing to leave province..................                                4(3)(b)          100
     4 Failing to dispose of infected swine as directed by provincial
          veterinarian........................................................                             7              100

                                                                PART 6
                                             AUTOMOBILE JUNK YARDS ACT
                                                R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. A-25

     Item                                      Column I                                  Column II                Column III
     Number                                     Offence                                   Section              Penalty for out of
                                                                                                                court settlement
     1 Operating automobile junk yard without a valid permit...                                   2(1)          $200 (individual)
                                                                                                               1,000 (corporation)
     2 Failing to comply with terms of a notice..........................                    5(1)(a)             200 (individual)
                                                                                                               1,000 (corporation)

                                                                PART 7
                                      COMPANION ANIMAL PROTECTION ACT
                                           R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. C-14.1

     Item                                          Column I                                         Column II        Column III
     Number                                         Offence                                          Section         Penalty for
                                                                                                                     out of court
                                                                                                                      settlement
     1     Wilfully causing companion animal unnecessary pain,
             suffering or injury...............................................................           3(1)           $200
 
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                                                             PART 8
                             COMPANION ANIMAL PROTECTION ACT
                      Housing Standards for Cats and Dogs in Companion Animal
                                     Establishments Regulations
                                             (EC682/03)

Item                                           Column I                                           Column II   Column III
Number                                          Offence                                            Section    Penalty for
                                                                                                              out of court
                                                                                                               settlement
1 Failing to provide minimum floor space in cat or dog housing
     unit......................................................................................       2          $200
2 Failing to provide minimum length or width dimension in
     housing unit........................................................................             3           200
3 Failing to provide minimum height requirement in housing
     unit......................................................................................       4           200
4 Failing to provide minimum floor space in cat or dog housing
     unit housing multiple cats or dogs......................................                         5           200
5 Failing to use proper materials in construction of housing
     unit......................................................................................       6           200
6 Failing to provide proper perch, or perches, in housing unit
     housing a cat or multiple cats..............................................                     7           200

                                                             PART 9
                                                        DOG ACT
                                                R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. D-13

Item                                           Column I                                           Column II   Column III
Number                                          Offence                                            Section    Penalty for
                                                                                                              out of court
                                                                                                               settlement
1 Owner, upon receipt of dog license, failing to suspend metal
     tag from collar fastened around dog's neck...................                                   2(7)        $100
2 Owner failing to retain written certificate of dog license
     during period of its effectiveness...............................                             2(7)(a)        100
3 Owner failing to ensure that metal tag of dog license remains
     suspended from collar fastened around dog's neck during
     period of its effectiveness........................................                           2(7)(b)        100
4 Owner allowing dog to run at large.................................                                 9           100
5 Owner failing to restrain dog by leash and muzzle and by
     other means as ordered until dog taken into custody.........                                   16(6)         100
6 Obstructing, impeding or assaulting a peace officer or any
     person assisting a peace officer or aiding or assisting any
     person obstructing, impeding or assaulting a peace
     officer .............................................................                           16.8         100
7 Failing to comply with order made under subsection 16(4) or
     section 16.1........................................................                            21           100
 
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                                                            PART 10
                                       ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT
                                            R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. E-9

     Item                                    Column I                                 Column II                   Column III
     Number                                   Offence                                    Section               Penalty for out of
                                                                                                                court settlement
     1     Altering watercourse without a permit..................................... 10                        $200 (individual)
                                                                                                               1,000 (corporation)
     2     Altering wetland without a permit............................................ 10                      200 (individual)
                                                                                                               1,000 (corporation)
     3     Discharging or causing or permitting contaminant to be                                        20(a)   200 (individual)
               discharged..........................................................                            1,000 (corporation)
     4     Owner or person having control of contaminant, discharging                                            200 (individual)
               or causing or permitting a contaminant to be discharged..... 20(b) 1,000 (corporation)
     5     Failing to notify Department of discharge of contaminant into                                         200 (individual)
               the environment without the Minister's permission............ 21                                1,000 (corporation)
     6     Operating motor vehicle on beach or sand dune without                                                 200 (individual)
               permit.................................................................................. 22(a) 1,000 (corporation)
     7     Carrying out activities that may alter or destroy beach or sand                                       200 (individual)
               dune.................................................................................... 22(b) 1,000 (corporation)
     8     Littering..................................................................................... 24     200 (individual)
                                                                                                               1,000 (corporation)
     9     Failing to comply with any term or condition or other
               provision of any order, license, approval or permit issued
               by the Minister or environment officer under this Act or                                          200 (individual)
               the regulations..................................................................... 32         1,000 (corporation)
     10    Failing to comply with terms or conditions of watercourse                                             200 (individual)
               alteration permit.................................................................. 32(1) 1,000 (corporation)
     11    Failing to comply with terms or conditions of wetland                                                 200 (individual)
               alteration permit.................................................................. 32(1) 1,000 (corporation)

                                                            PART 11
                                       ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT
                                             Air Quality Regulations
                                                  (EC377/92)

     Item                                    Column I                                 Column II            Column III
     Number                                   Offence                                    Section        Penalty for out of
                                                                                                         court settlement
     1 Discharging contaminant into air from any industrial source,                                      $200 (individual)
          incinerator or fuel-burning equipment without permit ...... 2(1)                              1,000 (corporation)
     2 Discharging contaminant into air from any industrial source,
          incinerator or fuel-burning equipment which causes a
          concentration in the ambient air greater than the                            200 (individual)
          maximum concentration specified in permit .................... 2(2)        1,000 (corporation)
     3 Burning used lubricating oil without permit ......................... 8(1)(a)   200 (individual)
                                                                                     1,000 (corporation)
     4 Burning hazardous substances without permit ...................... 8(1)(b)      200 (individual)
                                                                                     1,000 (corporation)
     5 Burning biomedical waste without permit ............................ 8(1)(c)    200 (individual)
                                                                                     1,000 (corporation)
     6 Burning motor vehicle tires without permit .......................... 8(1)(d)   200 (individual)
                                                                                     1,000 (corporation)
 
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7 Burning animal or human cadavers without permit .............. 8(1)(e)                                  200 (individual)
                                                                                                        1,000 (corporation)
8 Burning railway ties and wood treated with wood                                                         200 (individual)
     preservatives ....................................................................       8(1)(f)   1,000 (corporation)
9 Burning waste materials from building or construction sites
     or from building demolition without permit unless                                                  200 (individual)
     permitted under the Fire Prevention Act .........................                        8(1)(g) 1,000 (corporation)
10 Burning trash, garbage, litter or other waste from                                                   200 (individual)
     commercial, industrial or municipal operation ................                           8(1)h) 1,000 (corporation)
11 Burning materials containing rubber or plastic without                                               200 (individual)
     permit ...............................................................................   8(1)(i) 1,000 (corporation)
12 Burning spilled oil or oil production by-products without
     permit except as required for purposes of forest                                                   200 (individual)
     management or fire suppression treatment .......................                         8(1)(j) 1,000 (corporation)
13 Burning materials disposed of as part of reclamation                                                 200 (individual)
     purposes without permit ...................................................              8(1)(k) 1,000 (corporation)
14 Burning animal manure without permit ................................                      8(1)(l)   200 (individual)
                                                                                                      1,000 (corporation)
15 Burning or permitting the burning of waste, garbage or litter
      at a public disposal site without written authorization of                                          200 (individual)
      Minister ...........................................................................      8(2)    1,000 (corporation)
16 Burning or permitting the burning, in any industrial source,
      fuel-burning equipment or incinerator which the source,                                             200 (individual)
      equipment or incinerator was not designed to burn .........                               8(3)    1,000 (corporation)
17 Burning or permitting the burning, in any industrial source,
      fuel-burning equipment, incinerator or fuel or waste at a
      greater rate than the rate for which the source, equipment                                          200 (individual)
      or incinerator was designed ..............................................                8(4)    1,000 (corporation)
18 Storing, handling, using or transporting solid, liquid or
      gaseous material or substance in such manner that a                                                 200 (individual)
      contaminant is discharged into air without permit ...........                             9(1)    1,000 (corporation)

                                                          PART 12
                            ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT
                  Drinking Water and Wastewater Facility Operating Regulations
                                         (EC710/04)

Item                                      Column I                                    Column II            Column III
Number                                     Offence                                     Section            Penalty for out of
                                                                                                           court settlement
1 Operating a facility without a facility classification                                                 $200 (individual)
     certificate ..................................................................           2(1)      1,000 (corporation)
2 Failing to give notice of modification to facility ...........                              2(4)        200 (individual)
                                                                                                        1,000 (corporation)
3 Failing to place responsibility for facility with operator
     holding operator's certificate of required                                                           200 (individual)
     classification .............................................................             4(1)      1,000 (corporation)
4 Acting as operator of facility without operator's                                                       200 (individual)
     certificate of required classification ..........................                        4(2)      1,000 (corporation)
5 Operating public drinking water supply facility that is                                                 200 (individual)
     not registered ..........................................................                7(1)      1,000 (corporation)
6 Failing to ensure samples collected and analyzed from                                                   200 (individual)
     semi-public drinking water supply system ...............                                  9        1,000 (corporation)
7 Failing to ensure samples collected and analyzed from                                                   200 (individual)
     small public drinking water supply facility ...............                              10        1,000 (corporation)
 
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     8 Failing to ensure sampling conducted for chlorinated                                                  200 (individual)
           public drinking water ................................................               11(1)      1,000 (corporation)
     9 Failing to ensure sampling conducted for non-                                                         200 (individual)
           chlorinated public drinking water .............................                      11(2)      1,000 (corporation)
     10 Failing to ensure sampling conducted for small public,
           or semi-public, drinking water supply system                                                      200 (individual)
           operated seasonally ...................................................              12(1)      1,000 (corporation)
     11 Failing to give notice to Department of results of                                                   200 (individual)
           analysis .....................................................................       12(2)      1,000 (corporation)
     12 Failing to ensure water quality samples are analyzed by                                 13(1)        200 (individual)
           an accredited laboratory ............................................                           1,000 (corporation)
     13 Failing to report results of analysis from laboratories                                              200 (individual)
           other than PEI Analytical Laboratories ......................                        13(2)      1,000 (corporation)
     14 Failing to give notice to Department of results of                                                   200 (individual)
           analysis ......................................................................      13(3)      1,000 (corporation)
     15 Failing to report to customers results of analysis ...........                          14(1)        200 (individual)
                                                                                                           1,000 (corporation)
     16 Failing to retain records of water quality analysis .........                           14(2)        200 (individual)
                                                                                                           1,000 (corporation)
     17 Operating a wastewater treatment facility that is not                                   16(1)        200 (individual)
           registered ...................................................................                  1,000 (corporation)
     18 Failing to ensure samples of treated wastewater are
           collected and analyzed from Class I wastewater                                                    200 (individual)
           treatment facility .......................................................           17(1)      1,000 (corporation)
     19 Failing to ensure samples of treated wastewater from
           Class II, Class III or Class IV wastewater treatment                                              200 (individual)
           facilities are collected and analyzed ..........................                     17(2)      1,000 (corporation)
     20 Failing to ensure wastewater quality samples are                                                     200 (individual)
           analyzed by an accredited laboratory .........................                       18(1)      1,000 (corporation)
     21 Failing to submit results of analysis from laboratory                                                200 (individual)
           other than PEI Analytical Laboratories ......................                        18(2)      1,000 (corporation)
     22 Failing to report results of wastewater analysis to                                                  200 (individual)
           customers ..................................................................         19(1)      1,000 (corporation)
     23 Failing to maintain record of wastewater analysis for 5                                              200 (individual)
           years ..........................................................................     19(2)      1,000 (corporation)
     24 Failing to submit well field protection plan ...................                        20(1)      1,000 (corporation)
     25 Failing to implement well field protection plan .............                           20(6)      1,000 (corporation)
     26 Failing to submit report of implementation of well field
           protection plan .........................................................            20(8)      1,000 (corporation)

                                                                PART 13
                                         ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT
                                              Excavation Pits Regulations
                                                     (EC753/90)

     Item                                      Column I                                       Column II       Column III
     Number                                     Offence                                          Section   Penalty for out of
                                                                                                            court settlement
     1 Operating an excavation pit without valid permit....................                        2(1)     $200 (individual)
                                                                                                           1,000 corporation)
     2 Failing to provide screening for excavation pit........................ 5(2)                          200 (individual)
                                                                                                           1,000 (corporation)
     3 Failing to slope walls of abandoned excavation pit.................. 5(3)                             200 (individual)
                                                                                                           1,000 (corporation)
 
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4 Failing to comply with conditions of permit............................         5(4)     200 (individual)
                                                                                         1,000 (corporation)
5 Failing to comply with an order.............................................. 7(5)       200 (individual)
                                                                                         1,000 (corporation)

                                                 PART 14
                             ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT
                                 Home Heat Tanks Regulations
                                        (EC241/07)

Item                               Column I                               Column II         Column III
Number                              Offence                                Section         Penalty for out of
                                                                                            court settlement
1 Failing to conduct inspection of home heat tank                                         $200 (individual)
     system.........................................................          6          1,000 (corporation)
2 Failing to comply with standards or manufacturer's                                       200 (individual)
     specifications................................................          7(1)        1,000 (corporation)
3 Installing home heat tank not in conformance with                                        200 (individual)
     codes..........................................................         7(2)        1,000 (corporation)
4 Failing to affix identification tag or submit inspection                                 200 (individual)
     report.........................................................         7(3)        1,000 (corporation)
5 Failing to remove existing tag ..............................              7(4)          200 (individual)
                                                                                         1,000 (corporation)
6 Failing to submit inspection reports to the Minister......                  8            200 (individual)
                                                                                         1,000 (corporation)
7 Failing to maintain record of identification tags for 2                                  200 (individual)
     years...................................................                9(4)        1,000 (corporation)
8 Failing to return unused identification tags...............              9(5),(6)        200 (individual)
                                                                                         1,000 (corporation)
9 Failing to notify Minister of particulars of non-                                        200 (individual)
      compliant home heat tank system........................                 10         1,000 (corporation)
10 Selling, transferring, altering or re-using identification                              200 (individual)
      tags.............................................................       11         1,000 (corporation)
11 Installing, altering or removing home heat tank system                                  200 (individual)
      without licence.............................................          12(1)        1,000 (corporation)
12 Selling home heat tank to a non-licensed buyer............               13(1)          200 (individual)
                                                                                         1,000 (corporation)
13 Delivering petroleum to a non-compliant tank system...                  14(1),(2)       200 (individual)
                                                                                         1,000 (corporation)
14 Failing to report non-compliant home heat tank...........                14(4)          200 (individual)
                                                                                         1,000 (corporation)
15 Failing to report petroleum leak..............................           15(1)          200 (individual)
                                                                                         1,000 (corporation)
16 Failing to take leaking system out of service...............             15(2)          200 (individual)
                                                                                         1,000 (corporation)
17 Failing to ensure tank has an operational leak detecting                                200 (individual)
      device........................................................        16(a)        1,000 (corporation)
18 Failing to permit access to property by an environment                                  200 (individual)
      officer.......................................................          17         1,000 (corporation)
19 Failing to replace tank upon expiry..........................              19           200 (individual)
                                                                                         1,000 (corporation)
20 Failing to ensure water, sludge not transferred to new                                  200 (individual)
      tank..........................................................          21         1,000 (corporation)
 
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                                                           PART 15
                                      ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT
                                           Litter Control Regulations
                                                  (EC697/91)

     Item                                  Column I                                   Column II        Column III
     Number                                 Offence                                      Section    Penalty for out of
                                                                                                     court settlement
     1 Offering a beverage for sale in non-refillable container........... 2(1)                      $200 (individual)
                                                                                                    1,000 (corporation)
     2 Failing to pay adequate refund for refillable container............                  3(1)      200 (individual)
                                                                                                    1,000 (corporation)
     3 Failing to accept empty beer container..................................... 3(2)               200 (individual)
                                                                                                    1,000 (corporation)
     4 Failing to pay adequate refund for beer container.................... 3(2)                     200 (individual)
                                                                                                    1,000 (corporation)
     5 Failing to provide waste storage and disposal receptacles.......                         7     200 (individual)
                                                                                                    1,000 (corporation)

                                                           PART 16

                                    ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT
                               Petroleum Hydrocarbon Remediation Regulations
                                                (EC655/06)

     Item                                   Column I                                  Column II        Column III
     Number                                  Offence                                   Section      Penalty for out of
                                                                                                     court settlement
     1 Failing to notify the Minister of excess petroleum
          hydrocarbon concentrations or excess methyl                                                $200 (individual)
          tertiary-butyl ether concentrations......................                    3(1)(b)      1,000 (corporation)
     2 Failing to cause an environmental site assessment of a                                         200 (individual)
          site to be made..............................................                4(4)(a)      1,000 (corporation)
     3 Failing to use limited remedial action for the                                                 200 (individual)
          remediation of a site.......................................                 4(4)(b)      1,000 (corporation)
     4 Improper use of limited remedial action....................                      4(5)          200 (individual)
                                                                                                    1,000 (corporation)
     5 Failing to submit a closure report and record of site
          condition after the completion of limited remedial                                          200 (individual)
          action........................................................                 5(2)       1,000 (corporation)
     6 Failing to resume remedial action as directed by the                                           200 (individual)
          Minister......................................................                5(5)(a)     1,000 (corporation)
     7 Failing to complete an environmental site assessment                                           200 (individual)
          under direction of the Minister...........................                    5(5)(c)     1,000 (corporation)
     8 Failing to submit a closure report and record of site
          condition after an environmental site assessment is                                         200 (individual)
          completed................................................................      8(1)       1,000 (corporation)
     9 Failing to submit a remedial action plan ...................                      9(1)         200 (individual)
                                                                                                    1,000 (corporation)
     10 Failing to submit a modified remedial action plan .......                        9(5)         200 (individual)
                                                                                                    1,000 (corporation)
     11 Implementing a remedial action plan prior to Minister's                                       200 (individual)
           acceptance..................................................                  9(8)       1,000 (corporation)
     12 Failing to implement a remedial action plan accepted by                                       200 (individual)
           the Minister ...................................................             10(1)       1,000 (corporation)
 
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13 Failing to submit sufficient information in a remedial                                    200 (individual)
      action plan.................................................... 9(2),10(2)           1,000 (corporation)
14 Failing to monitor the soil, vapours, groundwater, or                                     200 (individual)
      surface water as directed by the Minister ................          11               1,000 (corporation)
15 Failing to submit a closure report and record of site                                     200 (individual)
      condition after a remedial action plan is completed...            12(1)              1,000 (corporation)
16 Failing to resume remedial action under direction of the                                  200 (individual)
      Minister ..................................................      12(3)(a)            1,000 (corporation)
17 Failing to complete an environmental site assessment                                      200 (individual)
      under direction of the Minister .............................. 12(3)(b)              1,000 (corporation)

                                                    PART 17

                                ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT
                                 Petroleum Storage Tanks Regulations
                                             (EC240/07)

Item                                 Column I                                  Column II      Column III
Number                                Offence                                   Section    Penalty for out of
                                                                                            court settlement
1 Operating non-compliant storage tank or storage tank                  10(1)               $200 (individual)
     system.......................................................                         1,000 (corporation)
2 Dispensing petroleum to a newly installed or altered
     storage tank or storage tank system without                                             200 (individual)
     Ministerial approval.......................................        11(1)              1,000 (corporation)
3 Failing to comply with minimum construction,                                               200 (individual)
     installation standards for underground steel or                     12                1,000 (corporation)
     fibreglass tanks...
4 Failing to comply with minimum construction,                        13,14,15,              200 (individual)
     installation standards for aboveground tanks........... 16,17,18                      1,000 (corporation)
5 Unlicensed person removing underground storage                                             200 (individual)
     tank ...........................................................   19(a)              1,000 (corporation)
6 Unlicensed person installing, altering storage tank or                                     200 (individual)
     storage tank system......................................          19(b)              1,000 (corporation)
7 Installing piping and fittings contravening standards....              20                  200 (individual)
                                                                                           1,000 (corporation)
8 Failing to maintain daily inventory records and monthly
      summary sheets, Class 1 liquid and diesel fuel                                         200 (individual)
      owners................................................................      21       1,000 (corporation)
9 Failing to conduct visual inspection or maintain
      inventory records and summary sheets, operator bulk                                    200 (individual)
      sales outlet...................................................             22       1,000 (corporation)
10 Failing to advise Coast Guard of potential product loss                                   200 (individual)
      or water gain.....................................................          23       1,000 (corporation)
11 Failing to conduct leak tests ordered by Minister...........                  24(2)       200 (individual)
                                                                                           1,000 (corporation)
12 Failing to perform maintenance checks on sacrificial                                      200 (individual)
      anode tank system............................................              26(1)     1,000 (corporation)
13 Failing to perform maintenance checks on impressed                                        200 (individual)
      current tank system..........................................              26(5)     1,000 (corporation)
14 Failing to retain permanent maintenance check records                                     200 (individual)
      at site, storage tank system.........................................      26(7)     1,000 (corporation)
15 Failing to empty tank temporarily out of service.........                    28(1)(a)     200 (individual)
                                                                                           1,000 (corporation)
16 Failing to remove, etc. tank permanently out of                                           200 (individual)
      service........................................................            28(3)     1,000 (corporation)
 
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     17 Reusing a tank without approval................................                30(1)(b)        200 (individual)
                                                                                                     1,000 (corporation)
     18 Failing to permit inspection of storage tank or storage                                        200 (individual)
           tank system.............................................................      31          1,000 (corporation)

                                                            PART 18
                                      ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT
                                      Sand Removal from Beaches Regulations
                                                  (EC323/90)

     Item                                   Column I                                  Column II         Column III
     Number                                  Offence                                     Section     Penalty for out of
                                                                                                      court settlement
     1 Removing sand from beach without a permit........................... 2(1)                      $200 (individual)
                                                                                                     1,000 (corporation)
     2 Removing sand from sand dune without a permit.................... 2(1)                          200 (individual)
                                                                                                     1,000 (corporation)
     3 Failing to comply with conditions of permit............................              2(2)       200 (individual)
                                                                                                     1,000 (corporation)
     4 Concrete manufacturer having sand from beach not specified                                      200 (individual)
          in permit............................................................................. 3   1,000 (corporation)
     5 Failing to maintain accurate inventory records of sand                                          200 (individual)
          removed from beach........................................................ 5(a)            1,000 (corporation)
     6 Failing to pay for sand removed under permit......................... 5(b)                      200 (individual)
                                                                                                     1,000 (corporation)

                                                            PART 19
                                        ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT
                                         Sewage Disposal Systems Regulations
                                                   (EC403/03)

     Item                                   Column I                                  Column II               Column III
     Number                                  Offence                                     Section           Penalty for out of
                                                                                                            court settlement
     1     Installing etc. sewage disposal system without a license.......... 3(1)                           $200 (individual)
                                                                                                           1,000 (corporation)
     2     Installing etc. sewage disposal system without licensed                                            200 (individual)
              contractor or registered installer on site.............................. 3(2)                1,000 (corporation)
     3     Constructing, reconstructing, installing or modifying sewage                                       200 (individual)
              disposal system without a permit.................................... 4(1)(a) 1,000 (corporation)
     4     Constructing, reconstructing, installing or modifying sewage
              disposal system without having permit in possession on                                          200 (individual)
              site................................................................................ 4(1)(c) 1,000 (corporation)
     5     Installing etc. sewage disposal system not in accordance with                                      200 (individual)
              regulations........................................................................... 4(3)  1,000 (corporation)
     6     Covering sewage disposal system without obtaining                                                  200 (individual)
              permission........................................................................... 4(5)   1,000 (corporation)
     7     Deviating from conditions of permit........................................ 4(6)                   200 (individual)
                                                                                                           1,000 (corporation)
     8     Failing to furnish a certificate of compliance...........................                  6       200 (individual)
                                                                                                           1,000 (corporation)
     9     Constructing sewage disposal system within 23m of a beach.. 8(1)                                   200 (individual)
                                                                                                           1,000 (corporation)
 
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10 Cleaning sewage disposal systems or landspreading septic                                             200 (individual)
      sludge without a license...................................................... 22(1)            1,000 (corporation)
11 Failing to dispose of septage and sludge in accordance with                                          200 (individual)
      conditions............................................................................ 22(3)    1,000 (corporation)
12 Landspreading unstabilized sewage......................................... 23                        200 (individual)
                                                                                                      1,000 (corporation)

                                                        PART 20
                                 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT
                                 Waste Resource Management Regulations
                                              (EC691/00)

Item                                    Column I                                  Column II             Column III
Number                                   Offence                                   Section           Penalty for out of
                                                                                                      court settlement
1 Improperly disposing of remaining waste, compostable                                                $200 (individual)
    material, recyclables or special waste ...................                         2(1)          1,000 (corporation)
2 Improperly disposing of C&D debris .......................                           2(2)            200 (individual)
                                                                                                     1,000 (corporation)
3 Owning, constructing, managing, operating, altering or
    modifying a landfill, ash disposal site or composting                                              200 (individual)
    facility without a permit and approval ......................                      2(3)          1,000 (corporation)
4 Owning, constructing, managing, operating, altering or
    modifying a C&D disposal site without a permit and                                                 200 (individual)
    approval .....................................................                     2(4)          1,000 (corporation)
5 Improperly disposing of waste incinerator fly ash .......                            2(6)            200 (individual)
                                                                                                     1,000 (corporation)
6 Transporting hazardous waste without being registered,
      issued a provincial registration number and                                                      200 (individual)
      completing a manifest form .......................................    2.1(1)                   1,000 (corporation)
7 Failing to retain a copy of the manifest form for at least                                           200 (individual)
      two years........................................................... 2.1(5)(a)                 1,000 (corporation)
8 Failing to send a copy of a manifest form to the proper                                              200 (individual)
      department .................................................. 2.1(5)(b)                        1,000 (corporation)
9 Failing to ensure that any copies of a manifest form are
      complete and show all information contained in the                                               200 (individual)
      original manifest form.................................... 2.1(5)(c)                           1,000 (corporation)
10 Failing to ensure that records are completed daily and                                              200 (individual)
      available for inspection ...................................           32(1)                   1,000 (corporation)
11 Failing to submit annual report to the Minister...............            32(2)                     200 (individual)
                                                                                                     1,000 (corporation)
12 Failing to ensure that a C&D disposal site is constructed
      and operated in a manner that protects the                                                       200 (individual)
      environment ..........................................                          61(1)          1,000 (corporation)
13 Failing to employ all reasonable and practical means in
      order to divert C&D debris from being disposed of at                                             200 (individual)
      a C&D disposal site........................................                     61(2)          1,000 (corporation)
14 Failing to ensure that a C&D disposal site incorporates                                             200 (individual)
      the required design requirements ........................                       62(1)          1,000 (corporation)
15 Failing to follow the required operational requirements                                             200 (individual)
      for a C&D disposal site ...................................                     63(1)          1,000 (corporation)
16 Failing to conduct a groundwater and surface water                                                  200 (individual)
      monitoring program at a C&D disposal site ...........                           63(2)          1,000 (corporation)
17 Failing to submit an annual report for a C&D disposal                                               200 (individual)
      site ...........................................................                63(3)          1,000 (corporation)
 
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     18 Failing to submit an annual water monitoring report for                                             200 (individual)
           a C&D disposal site .......................................                          63(5)     1,000 (corporation)
     19 Constructing or operating a recycling plant without                                                 200 (individual)
           approval of the Minister ...................................                          65       1,000 (corporation)
     20 Failing to record the weight of recyclables processed ....                              66(a)       200 (individual)
                                                                                                          1,000 (corporation)
     21 Failing to submit a written annual report for a recycling                                           200 (individual)
           plant ..........................................................................     66(b)     1,000 (corporation)

                                                                 PART 21
                                         ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT
                                               Water Well Regulations
                                                    (EC188/90)

     Item                                       Column I                                      Column II  Column III
     Number                                      Offence                                       SectionPenalty for out of
                                                                                                       court settlement
     1     Drilling well without a license ........................................             2(1)   $200 (individual)
                                                                                                      1,000 (corporation)
     2     Constructing well by person who is not supervised by a                                       200 (individual)
              well driller .................................................................   3(4)   1,000 (corporation)
     3     Failing to complete, provide or forward report................                        4      200 (individual)
                                                                                                      1,000 (corporation)
     4     Constructing well without a permit.................................                  5(1)    200 (individual)
                                                                                                      1,000 (corporation)
     5     Failing to comply with conditions of permit...................                       5(3)    200 (individual)
                                                                                                      1,000 (corporation)
     6     Constructing well without ensuring owner has                                                 200 (individual)
              permit.........................................................................  5(4)   1,000 (corporation)
     7     Constructing well without groundwater exploration                                            200 (individual)
              permit.........................................................................  6(1)   1,000 (corporation)
     8     Failing to comply with conditions of groundwater                                             200 (individual)
              exploration permit......................................................         6(4)   1,000 (corporation)
     9     Failing to submit data required by groundwater                                               200 (individual)
              exploration permit......................................................         6(5)   1,000 (corporation)
     10    Withdrawing groundwater without groundwater                                                  200 (individual)
              extraction permit........................................................        7(1)   1,000 (corporation)
     11    Failing to comply with conditions on groundwater                                             200 (individual)
              extraction permit........................................................       7(2)(b) 1,000 (corporation)
     12    Failing to use well construction materials that conform                                      200 (individual)
              to standards................................................................     8(2)   1,000 (corporation)
     13    Constructing well at improper location........................... 9(1),(2),(4)               200 (individual)
                                                                                                      1,000 (corporation)
     14    Constructing contaminant source too close to well.........                           9(3)    200 (individual)
                                                                                                      1,000 (corporation)
     15    Constructing well in location not shown on plan............                          9(5)    200 (individual)
                                                                                                      1,000 (corporation)
     16    Constructing well that leaves an artificial opening.......... 10(1)(c)                       200 (individual)
                                                                                                      1,000 (corporation)
     17    Failing to extend casing 30 cm above ground after final                                      200 (individual)
              landscaping................................................................      10(4)  1,000 (corporation)
     18    Constructing well in a manner that does not meet well                                        200 (individual)
              design requirements....................................................          10(5)  1,000 (corporation)
     19    Installing casing without filling the annular space with                                     200 (individual)
              grout from bottom of casing to pitless adapter........... 10(6)(b)                      1,000 (corporation)
 
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20 Failing to use at least six 22 kg. bags of bentonite to                                                 200 (individual)
      grout well...................................................................        10(8)         1,000 (corporation)
21 Installing casing in central supply well without grouting                                               200 (individual)
      entire annular space using grout pump.......................                         10(9)         1,000 (corporation)
22 Failing to meet prescribed well completion                                                              200 (individual)
      requirements...............................................................          11(1)         1,000 (corporation)
23 Failing to fill well within 30 days of surrendering use or                                              200 (individual)
      discovering unused well.............................................                 12(1)         1,000 (corporation)
24 Failing to comply with notice to fill well in proper                                                    200 (individual)
      manner........................................................................       12(4)         1,000 (corporation)
25 Failing to install pumping equipment in well as                                                         200 (individual)
      recommended in well construction report..................                            13(1)         1,000 (corporation)
26 Failing to properly connect well......................................                  13(3)           200 (individual)
                                                                                                         1,000 (corporation)
27 Failing to mount hand pump properly.............................                        13(5)           200 (individual)
                                                                                                         1,000 (corporation)
28 Creating opening in casing below ground surface other                                                   200 (individual)
      than to install pitless adapter......................................               13(5.1)        1,000 (corporation)
29 Failing to install water sampling port or tap....................                       13(6)           200 (individual)
                                                                                                         1,000 (corporation)
30 Failing to remove debris and to disinfect well.................                         13(8)           200 (individual)
                                                                                                         1,000 (corporation)

                                                           PART 22
                                     FISH AND GAME PROTECTION ACT
                                               Regulations
                                               (EC818/66)

Item                                           Column I                                        Column II       Column III
Number                                          Offence                                         Section        Penalty for
                                                                                                               out of court
                                                                                                                settlement
1    Damaging fish-way....................................................................      59(1)(a)           $200
2    Hindering fish from passing fish-way......................................                 59(1)(b)             100
3    Fishing in fish-way...................................................................     59(1)(c)             100
4    Use of illegal shot size..............................................................        60                100

                                                           PART 23
                                               FISH INSPECTION ACT
                                               R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. F-13

Item                                           Column I                                        Column II       Column III
Number                                          Offence                                         Section        Penalty for
                                                                                                               out of court
                                                                                                                settlement
1 Contravening the Act, the regulations or condition of
    license.................................................................................        11             $500
 
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                                                                PART 24
                                                           FISHERIES ACT
                                                             Regulations
                                                             (EC873/95)

     Item                                           Column I                                         Column II    Column III
     Number                                          Offence                                          Section     Penalty for
                                                                                                                  out of court
                                                                                                                   settlement
         1 Acting as buyer of fish without a buying license...................                           7(1)        $500
         2 Buying species of fish without proper class of license...........                            7(15)          500
         3 Peddling fish without a license..............................................                 8(1)          500
         4 Pedlar not purchasing fish from licensed operator or
            federally registered processing plant...................................                    8(5)          500
         5 Buying fish at a buying station while fish buying license
            under revocation, cancellation or suspension .....................                          10(4)         500
         6 Peddling fish while fish peddling license under revocation,
            cancellation or suspension ..................................................               10(5)         500
         7 Contravening Act or regulations where no penalty
            provided .............................................................................      11(1)         500

                                                                PART 25
                                                       GASOLINE TAX ACT
                                                      R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. G-3

     Item                                          Column I                                          Column II    Column III
     Number                                         Offence                                           Section     Penalty for
                                                                                                                  out of court
                                                                                                                   settlement
     1       Selling or delivering gasoline on which tax not paid............                          5(a)           $200
     2       Using or consuming gasoline on which tax not paid............                             5(b)             200
     3       Selling or delivering diesel oil on which tax not paid...........                         7(a)             200
     4       Using or consuming diesel oil on which tax not paid.............                          7(b)             200

                                                                PART 26
                                                   HIGHWAY SIGNAGE ACT
                                                   R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. H-4.1

     1 Obstructing or assaulting a compliance officer or any person                                                $500 (1st
         assisting a compliance officer while compliance officer                                                  offence)
         exercising his or her authority or performing a duty under                                                1,000 (2nd
         the Act or regulations .......................................................                 4(7)           or
                                                                                                                   subsequent
                                                                                                                    offence)
     2 Registered owner of land failing to remove sign within five
         days after receipt of a written notice to remove sign .........                                6(3)          500
     3 Destroying or defacing any sign lawfully authorized under the
         Act or that is the property of Her Majesty ....................                                 14           250
 
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                                                          PART 27
                                              HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT
                                              R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. H-5

Item                                          Column I                                          Column II   Column III
Number                                         Offence                                           Section    Penalty for
                                                                                                            out of court
                                                                                                             settlement
1 Presenting false document to obtain photographic
     identification.......................................................................      6.1(2)(a)       $50
2 Permitting another to use photo identification issued to first
     person..................................................................................   6.1(2)(b)        50
3 Using photo identification for purpose of making false
     representation......................................................................       6.1(2)(c)        50
4 Defacing or altering photo identification.................................                    6.1(2)(d)        50
5 Having defaced or altered photo identification in their
     possession...........................................................................      6.1(2)(e)        50
6 Failing to stop when signalled or requested.......................                             10(1.1)        200
7 Failing to produce driver's license, registration permit, and to
     submit to an inspection, etc......................................                          10(1.2)        200
8 Operating vehicle not registered...............................................                11(1)(a)        50
9 Operating vehicle with expired registration.............................                       11(1)(b)        50
10 Operating vehicle while registration is revoked or
     suspended............................................................................       11(1)(c)       200
11 Failing to carry or produce registration permit........................                        19(1)          50
12 Operating vehicle on a highway which does not display a
     valid number plate................................................                          20(5)(a)        50
13 Operating vehicle on a highway which does not display a
     valid transit permit issued pursuant to section 52 of the
     Act..................................................................                       20(5)(b)        50
14 Operating vehicle on a highway which does not display a
     valid temporary permit issued pursuant to regulations
     passed under clause 312(c) of the Act.........................                              20(5)(c)        50
15 Failing to attach plates to rear of motor vehicle......................                         21            50
16 Failing to notify Registrar of change of address......................                          25            50
17 Failing to obtain new plates when old become lost, etc...........                               27            50
18 Registered owner failing to sign transfer application, deliver
     permit to transferee, etc.......................................................             30(1)          50
19 Transferee or assignee failing to register vehicle within seven
     days of date of transfer or assignment in records of
     department.......................................................................            30(2)          50
20 Operating non-resident commercial vehicle not registered
     under the Act ......................................................................         33(1)         200
21 Acting as dealer without dealer's trade license........................                         36           500
22 Using or permitting use of dealer's vehicle without
     registration..........................................................................        40           100
23 Operating a vehicle with dealer's plate attached.....................                         42(1)(a)       200
24 Dealer permitting a person to operate vehicle with dealer's
     plate attached......................................................................        42(1)(b)       200
25 Dealer failing to furnish Registrar with list of
      demonstrators....................................................                            43            50
26 Dealer failing to have information displayed.....................                              44(1)         500
27 Dealer failing to include information on bill of sale............                              44(2)         500
28 Dealer delivering registered vehicle before transfer of
     registration on records of Department.................................                        47            50
 
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     29 Dealer or wrecker failing to maintain proper records..............                            48(1)(a)         50
     30 Dealer or wrecker failing to report vehicle with defaced, etc.,
          serial number.......................................................................        48(1)(b)        100
     31 Dealer or wrecker failing to forward registration permit and
          plates of wrecked or dismantled vehicle to Registrar........                                48(1)(c)        100
     32 Dealer delivering vehicle to purchaser without proper
          equipment...........................................................................          49            100
     33 Buying, selling, etc., vehicle or engine removed from a
          vehicle, with defaced, etc., serial number............................                        56            100
     34 Defacing, etc., serial or engine number...................................                     57(1)          500
     35 Unlawful altering of odometer reading.................................                         58(1)         1,000
     36 Failing to adjust odometer readings when being repaired or
          exchanged by a garage........................................................                58(2)         1,000
     37 Using false or fictitious name in application for registration..                                59            100
     38 Operating vehicle not displaying valid number plates.............                              60(a)           50
     39 Operating vehicle not displaying current inspection sticker....                                60(b)           50
     40 Lending, etc., registration permit or number plates to person
          not entitled..........................................................................        61            100
     41 Altering registration permit, etc..............................................               62(1)(a)        100
     42 Making, etc., false registration permit or number plate...........                            62(1)(b)        100
     43 Using, etc., altered, etc., registration permit, etc.....................                     62(1)(c)        100
     44 Failing to return cancelled, revoked, etc., registration permit
          or number plates..................................................................            64             50
     45 Operating vehicle without being licensed to drive..................                             68            100
     46 Newly licensed driver contravening condition or restriction
          prescribed by regulation..........................................                           69(6)          100
     47 Applying for driver's license on behalf of another..................                           70(7)          100
     48 Holding another license in addition to P.E.I. driver's license..                               71(5)          100
     49 Failing to produce driver's license upon request.....................                          76(2)           50
     50 Driving other than class of vehicles specified in license.........                              78            100
     51 Using license issued to another person....................................                      79            100
     52 Operating vehicle unlawfully under license issued
          elsewhere...........................................................                          80             50
     53 Allowing unlicensed person to drive.......................................                      81            100
     54 Holder of instruction permit driving unaccompanied or
          accompanied by unauthorized persons................................                          82(3)           50
     55 Defacing or altering driver's license........................................                  89(a)          200
     56 Lending driver's license..........................................................             89(b)          200
     57 Person representing as his own driver's license not issued to
          him......................................................................................    89(c)          200
     58 Failing to surrender suspended or cancelled driver's license...                                89(d)           50
     59 Giving false name or address in application for driver's
          license.................................................................................     89(e)          200
     60 Failing to comply with restriction or condition imposed by
          Registrar on driver's license of person.........................                             89(f)          500
     61 Driving unsafe vehicle or vehicle not properly equipped, etc..                                  91            100
     62 Driver failing to wear seatbelt.................................................               92(2)          100
     63 Operating vehicle with child passenger not secured................                             92(3)          100
     64 Passenger failing to wear seatbelt............................................                 92(4)          100
     65 Failing to maintain seatbelt....................................................               92(5)           50
     66 Modifying seatbelt..........................................................                   92(6)          100
     67 Driver with less than one year of experience permitting more
          than three passengers in vehicle.................................                           92.1(1)          50
     68 Failing or refusing to have vehicle inspected upon request by
          inspector or peace officer....................................................               93(3)           50
     69 Using prohibited white light at rear of vehicle........................                        96.1           100
 
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70 Operating snow removal equipment or garbage truck not
      equipped with, or without engaging, amber lights............ 115(2),(3)                                 200
71 Failing to reduce speed when approaching or passing stopped
      emergency vehicle with lights in operation................... 115.1(1)                                  100
72 Failing to move into another lane where movement can be
      made in safety when travelling in same lane as stopped
      emergency vehicle with lights in operation.................... 115.1(2)                                 100
73 Selling vehicle lighting equipment not approved by
      inspector..............................................................................      119         50
74 Selling vehicle lighting equipment lacking approved
      trademark............................................................................        120         50
75 Dealer selling new vehicles not conforming to safety
      standards.............................................................................       121        500
76 Operating vehicle with bald tires.............................................                  122         50
77 Operating or permitting operation of motor vehicle without
      adequate brakes...................................................................           126        100
78 Operating motor vehicle without horn, etc..............................                        127(1)      100
79 Operating motor vehicle with unnecessary noise or squealing
      tires..................................................................................... 127(2)(a)    200
80 Operating motor vehicle emitting excessive smoke................ 127(2)(b)                                 200
81 Using sirens or other warning devices when not
      emergency...........................................................................        127(4)       50
82 Operating motor vehicle without muffler in good order..........                                 128        100
83 Operating motor vehicle without proper rear view mirror.......                                  129         50
84 Operating motor vehicle without proper windshield wipers....                                   131(2)       50
85 Operating motor vehicle without proper bumpers...................                               132         50
86 Operating motor vehicle equipped with television set in
      operation.............................................................................       133         50
87 Operating vehicle without windshield.....................................                      134(a)       50
88 Operating vehicle without proper speedometer.......................                            134(b)      100
89 Driving vehicle equipped with radar warning device.............. 135(2)(a)                                 100
90 Selling radar warning device................................................... 135(2)(b)                  100
91 Operating motor vehicle with solid rubber tires of improper
      thickness.............................................................................      136(1)       50
92 Operating motor vehicle with metal tires................................                       136(2)       50
93 Operating motor vehicle with studs, flanges, cleats, etc., on
      tires.....................................................................................  136(3)       50
94 Selling, etc., new motor vehicles not equipped with safety
      glass....................................................................................   137(1)       50
95 Installing improper window glazing (tinting).......................... 138(1),(2),(5)                      100
96 Operating motor vehicle with improper glazing (tinting)........                                138(6)      100
97 Operating truck, etc., at night without flares, etc....................                        139(1)      100
98 Operating truck, etc., without red flags...................................                    139(3)       50
99 Operating vehicle transporting flammable liquids, etc.
      without carrying red electric lanterns, etc..........................                       139(4)      100
100 Stopping disabled truck, etc., on highway without displaying
      warning devices, etc............................................................            140(1)      100
101 Stopping disabled vehicle carrying flammable liquid, etc.,
      without displaying warning devices....................................                      140(2)      100
102 Stopping disabled vehicle without displaying red flags..........                              140(3)       50
103 Operating vehicle transporting explosives without required
      equipment and markings.....................................................                  141        200
104 Failing to drive to the right......................................................           153(1)       50
105 Failing to give one-half the roadway.......................................                   153(2)       50
106 Improper passing.....................................................................         154(1)       50
107 Failing to give way to passing vehicle.....................................                   154(2)       50
 
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     108 Improper overtaking and passing on right except where
           permitted.............................................................................      155(1),(2)           50
     109 Wide vehicle, improper passing..............................................                     156               50
     110 Passing on left when unsafe....................................................                  157               50
     111 Driving to left of centre of roadway........................................                   158(1)              50
     112 Vehicle proceeding at less than normal speed not driving in
           right lane, etc.......................................................................        158(3)             50
     113 Failing to drive to right of rotary traffic island........................                      158(4)             50
     114 Crossing solid line...................................................................          159(b)             50
     115 Failing to signal driving from one lane to another..................                            159(f)             50
     116 Making improper left turn at intersection or into private road
           or driveway........................................................................           159(g)             50
     117 Making improper right turn at intersection............................                          159(h)             50
     118 Driving in centre lane of three lane roadway..........................                          159(i)             50
     119 Improper passing on roadway with two or more lanes
           available to traffic heading in same direction......................                          159(j)             50
     120 Driving in wrong lane contrary to direction of traffic-control
           device..................................................................................      159(k)             50
     121 Failing to allow overtaking vehicle to pass............................                         159(l)            100
     122 Driving on the left when approaching the crest of a grade or
           a curve.................................................................................    160(1)(a)           100
     123 Driving on the left when approaching intersection.................                            160(1)(b)            50
     124 Driving on the left within 30m of bridge, etc.........................                        160(1)(c)            50
     125 Passing in no passing zone.....................................................                 161                50
     126 Following vehicle too closely.................................................                  162               100
     127 Failing to leave sufficient space between vehicles in
           motorcade............................................................................          163               50
     128 Driving over intervening space dividing highway into two
           roadways.............................................................................          164               50
     129 Failing to enter controlled access highway at proper
           location.............................................................                         165(1)             50
     130 Failing to leave controlled access highway at proper
           location...............................................................................      165(2)              50
     131 Failing to obey traffic control device......................................                    166                50
     132 Failing to yield right-of-way in intersection...........................                      167(1)(a)            50
     133 Failing to yield right-of-way to pedestrian on roadway or
           crosswalk.............................................................................      167(2)(a)            50
     134 Entering intersection on yellow or amber light.......................                         167(3)(a)           100
     135 Pedestrian crossing roadway while yellow or amber light on
           at intersection......................................................................       167(3)(b)            50
     136 Passing yellow or amber light at place other than
           intersection..........................................................................      167(4)(a)           100
     137 Pedestrian crossing roadway while yellow or amber light on
           at place other than intersection............................................                167(4)(b)            50
     138 Passing red light or "stop" signal at intersection....................                        167(5)(a)           100
     139 Pedestrian crossing roadway when facing red light or "stop"
           signal at intersection...........................................................           167(5)(b)            50
     140 Passing red light or "stop" signal at place other than
           intersection..........................................................................      167(6)(a)           100
     141 Pedestrian crossing roadway when facing red light or "stop"
           signal at place other than intersection.................................                    167(6)(b)            50
     142 Failing to obey green arrow at intersection.............................                     167(7)(a)(i)          50
     143 Entering intersection when green arrow shown and failing to
           yield right-of-way................................................................         167(7)(a)(ii)         50
     144 Pedestrian illegally crossing intersection when green arrow
           showing...............................................................................      167(7)(b)            50
     145 Failing to stop when flashing red light on at intersection....                               167(8)(a)(i)         100
 
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146 Failing to yield right-of-way at intersection when flashing
      red light on.......................................................................... 167(8)(a)(ii)    100
147 Failing to stop when flashing red light on at place other than
      intersection.......................................................................... 167(9)(a)(i)     100
148 Failing to yield right-of-way to pedestrians at place other
      than intersection when flashing red light on........................ 167(9)(a)(ii)                      100
149 Failing to yield right-of-way to traffic at intersection when
      yellow or amber flashing light on........................................                167(10)        100
150 Failing to yield right-of-way to pedestrians at place other
      than intersection when yellow or amber flashing light on... 167(11)(a)(ii)                              100
151 Pedestrian crossing roadway when "wait", "stop" or "don't
      walk" signal shown.............................................................          167(13)         50
152 Entering intersection, etc., against flag signal or other
      device..................................................................................  168(a)        100
153 Failing to erect signs at each end or part of closed or
      obstructed highway.............................................................           169(1)         50
154 Failing to provide adequate inscription on posted signs.........                            169(2)         50
155 Failing to obtain consent of Minister prior to closing or
      obstructing highway............................................................           169(3)         50
156 Parking in places reserved for commercial motor vehicles.....                               170(1)         50
157 Erecting devices resembling or interfering with traffic
      control device......................................................................       173          100
158 Placing commercial advertising upon traffic control device..                                 174           50
159 Altering, injuring or removing, etc., traffic control device.....                            175          100
160 Driving at speed greater than is reasonable and prudent, etc.. 176(1)(a)                                  100
161 Driving without due care and attention or without reasonable
      consideration................................................................... 176(1)(b)              100
162 Driving while suffering from disease or disability................. 176(1)(c)                              50
    Speeding                                                                                    176(3)     See Note 1
                                                                                               176(3.1)    See Note 2

Note 1
Where the posted maximum speed limit is exceeded by:
    Speed            Penalty                    Section
163 29 km/h or less $50 plus $1.50 each km/h 176(3)(b)(i)
                      over limit
    Speed            Penalty                    Section
164 30-49 km/h        $50 plus $3.00 each km/h 176(3)(b)(ii)
                      over limit
    Speed            Penalty                    Section
165 50-59 km/h       $50 plus $4.00 each km/h 176(3)(b)(iii)
                      over limit
    Speed            Penalty                    Section
166 60 km/h or more $50 plus $5.00 each km/h 176(3)(b)(iv)
                      over limit

Note 2
Where the posted maximum speed limit is exceeded by:
    Speed            Penalty                    Section
167 29 km/h or less $100 plus $3.00 each km/h 176(3.1)(b)(i)
                      over limit
    Speed            Penalty                    Section
168 30-49 km/h      $100 plus $6.00 each km/h 176(3.1)(b)(ii)
                     over limit
    Speed            Penalty                    Section
169 50-59 km/h      $100 plus $8.00 each km/h 176(3.1)(b)(iii)
                     over limit
 
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         Speed                   Penalty                                       Section
     170 60 km/h or more $100 plus $10.00 each                              176(3.1)(b)(iv)
                                   km/h over limit
     171 Slow driving...........................................................................         177(1)           100
     172 Failing to obey order to increase speed, pull into curb or
           remove vehicle from highway.............................................                      177(3)            50
     173 Failing to display slow moving vehicle sign...........................                          177(4)            50
     174 Failing to signal change of direction, etc................................                      178(1)            50
     175 Failing to commence signalling stop or turn 30m before
           stopping or turning..............................................................             178(2)            50
     176 Driver of left-hand drive vehicle failing to give proper
           signal...................................................................................     180(1)            50
     177 Failing to equip right-hand drive vehicles with mechanical
           or electrical device................................................................        180(2)(a)           50
     178 Failing to prominently display on rear of right-hand drive
           vehicle the words "Right-Hand Drive Vehicle"...................                             180(2)(b)           50
     179 Making improper right turn at intersection............................                         181(1)             50
     180 Making improper left turn at intersection...............................                       181(2)             50
     181 Making improper left turn at intersection from one-way
           roadway...............................................................................        181(3)            50
     182 Making improper left turn at intersection into one-way
           roadway...............................................................................        181(4)            50
     183 Making improper left turn at intersection from one-way
           roadway into another one-way roadway..............................                            181(5)            50
     184 Failing to obey traffic control device at intersection..............                            181(6)            50
     185 Making U-turn where prohibited............................................                       182              50
     186 Pulling out when unsafe to do so............................................                     183              50
     187 Improper turning at intersection.............................................                   184(1)            50
     188 Turning or changing course when unsafe to do so.................                                184(2)            50
     189 Improper signalling of intention to turn..................................                      184(3)            50
     190 Failing to yield right-of-way at intersection...........................                         185              50
     191 Failing to yield right-of-way to vehicle on the right...............                             186              50
     192 Failing to yield right-of-way when entering highway.............                                 187              50
     193 Failing to yield right-of-way to emergency vehicle................                               188             100
     194 Pedestrian failing to comply with traffic control signal..........                               189              50
     195 Failing to yield right-of-way to pedestrian in crosswalk.........                               190(1)            50
     196 Pedestrian failing to yield right-of-way to vehicle..................                           190(2)            50
     197 Overtaking and passing vehicle stopped at crosswalk............                                 190(3)           100
     198 Pedestrian failing to yield right-of-way to driver at place
           other than crosswalk............................................................               191              50
     199 Failing to exercise due care to avoid colliding with
           pedestrian............................................................................        192(a)           100
     200 Failing to give warning by sounding horn..............................                          192(b)            50
     201 Failing to observe precaution where child or incapacitated
           person on highway..............................................................              192(c)            100
     202 Walking on roadway when sidewalk provided.......................                               193(1)             50
     203 Walking on wrong side of road..............................................                    193(2)             50
     204 Standing on roadway to solicit rides, etc................................                      193(3)             50
     205 Riding bicycle on a sidewalk.................................................                 194(2)(a)           50
     206 Failing to wear bicycle safety helmet and failing to have
           chin strap securely fastened................................................                194(2)(a.1)         50
     207 Failing to ride bicycle close to edge of highway.....................                          194(2)(b)          50
     208 Riding bicycle abreast of another bicycle rider......................                          194(2)(c)          50
     209 Failing to ride bicycle with at least one hand on handlebars..                                 194(2)(d)          50
     210 Riding bicycle and not astride regular seat.............................                       194(2)(e)          50
     211 Carrying more persons on bicycle than designed for..............                               194(2)(f)          50
 
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212 Carrying object which may interfere with operation or
      control of bicycle................................................................. 194(2)(g)             50
213 Riding bicycle on highway where signs prohibit use of
      bicycles...............................................................................     194(2)(h)     50
214 Riding bicycle on roadway when bicycle path provided........ 194(2)(i)                                      50
215 Removing feet from pedals of bicycle.................................... 194(2)(j)                          50
216 Parent or guardian permitting person under 16 years of age
      to ride or operate bicycle on a highway without wearing
      bicycle safety helmet and without having chin strap
      securely fastened..................................................                           194.1       50
217 Person attaching on to vehicle on highway............................                            195       100
218 Driver permitting person to attach on to vehicle on
      highway...............................................................................         195        50
219 Driving through safety zone...................................................                   196       100
220 Failing to observe yield sign at intersection...........................                         201        50
221 Meeting or overtaking school bus when flashing red lights
      are displayed .................................................................              202(1)     1,000
222 Stopping school bus in improper place.................................. 202(2)(a)                          200
223 School bus delaying other vehicles passing............................ 202(2)(b)                            50
224 Failing to have school bus properly marked...........................                          202(3)       50
225 Driver of school bus last in line failing to operate
      corresponding lights with school bus first in line ..........                                 202.2       50
226 Failing to exercise caution when approaching animal on
      highway...............................................................................         203        50
227 Parking on roadway................................................................             204(1)       50
228 Parking so as to obstruct traffic..............................................                204(2)       50
229 Parking on sidewalk............................................................... 205(1)(a)                50
230 Parking in front of driveway or authorized loading zone....... 205(1)(b)                                    50
231 Parking within an intersection................................................ 205(1)(c)                    50
232 Parking too close to fire hydrant............................................ 205(1)(d)                     50
233 Parking within a crosswalk....................................................                205(1)(e)     50
234 Parking within 6m of an approach side of crosswalk............. 205(1)(f)                                   50
235 Parking within 12m of traffic control signal on side of
      roadway............................................................................... 205(1)(g)          50
236 Parking too near entrance or exit of hotel, school, church,
      etc........................................................................................ 205(1)(h)     50
237 Parking too near safety zone................................................... 205(1)(i)                   50
238 Parking too near fire station................................................... 205(1)(k)                  50
239 Parking too near street excavation or obstruction and
      obstructing traffic................................................................ 205(1)(l)             50
240 Parking on roadway side of a stopped or parked vehicle........ 205(1)(m)                                    50
241 Parking on bridge or in highway tunnel................................. 205(1)(n)                           50
242 Failing to observe traffic control device prohibiting stopping
      or parking............................................................................ 205(1)(o)          50
243 Moving vehicle not lawfully under control into illegal
      parking place......................................................                          205(2)       50
244 Failing to park on right side of highway.................................                        206        50
245 Stopping, standing or parking a vehicle in disabled parking
      space without valid emblem.....................................                               206.1       50
246 Parking so as to cause danger to persons using highway........                                   207        50
247 Parking on highway where vehicle not visible to
      approaching traffic..............................................................              208        50
248 Parking vending vehicle on highway......................................                         209        50
249 Failing to remove abandoned vehicle..................................... 210(3),(9)                       50/100
250 Moving out-of-service vehicle................................................ 210(12)                      250
251 Parking unattended vehicle without stopping engine and
      braking vehicle, etc.............................................................              211        50
 
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     252 Backing vehicle when unsafe to do so...................................                      212           50
     253 Driver not riding on regular seat of motorcycle......................                       213(1)         50
     254 Passenger riding motorcycle not properly equipped for
           passengers........................................................................... 213(2)(a)          50
     255 Passenger not riding in passenger seat on motorcycle............ 213(2)(b)                                 50
     256 Permitting passenger to ride on motorcycle illegally..............                          213(3)         50
     257 Operating or riding motorcycle without helmets....................                          213(4)        100
     258 Driving motor vehicle with non-transparent, etc., material on
           windows, windshield, etc...............................................                   214(a)        100
     259 Driving motor vehicle with ornaments thereon obstructing
           vision................................................................................... 214(b)         50
     260 Driving motor vehicle when vision obstructed.......................                         214(c)        100
     261 Operating or permitting operation of vehicle with vision
           obscured or control obstructed by overloading....................                         215(1)        100
     262 Permitting more than two adult persons in front seat, etc......                             215(2)         50
     263 Passenger occupying position in vehicle interfering with
           driver's vision or control.....................................................           215(3)         50
     264 Driving vehicle which is too wide..........................................                  216          100
     265 Driving vehicle which is too high..........................................                  217          100
     266 Towing vehicle with drawbar greater than 3.66 m.................                             218          100
     267 Vehicle, or combination of vehicles, exceeding certain
           length..................................................................................   219          100
     268 Item projecting unlawfully from front of vehicle....................                         220           50
     269 Item projecting unlawfully from side of vehicle.....................                         221           50
     270 Shifting and leaking loads......................................................            222(1)         50
     271 Load not securely fastened.....................................................             222(2)        100
     272 Persons obstructing or interfering with traffic........................                      223          100
     273 Coasting down grade in neutral or with clutch disengaged....                                 224           50
     274 Following emergency vehicle too closely, driving, parking
           too close to fire apparatus...................................................            225(1)        100
     275 Driving vehicle over unprotected fire hose.............................                     225(2)        100
     276 Littering highway or failing to remove litter..........................                     226(5)        200
     277 Driving on sidewalk...............................................................           227          100
     278 Opening door of vehicle on highway......................................                    228(a)         50
     279 Leaving door of vehicle open.................................................               228(b)         50
     280 Permitting person to alight from or enter moving vehicle......                              228(c)         50
     281 Alighting from or boarding moving vehicle...........................                        228(d)         50
     282 Failing to equip passenger vehicle with warning devices.......                              229(1)        100
     283 Failing to give warning in emergency breakdown..................                            229(2)        100
     284 Racing on highway.................................................................           231          200
     285 Failing to stop at accident scene.............................................              232(1)        500
     286 Failing to give name and address, etc., or to exhibit driver's
           license.................................................................................  232(2)        100
     287 Failing to render assistance to injured person........................                      232(2)        500
     288 Failing to report accident....................................................... 232(3)-(6)              100
     289 Garage operator, etc., failing to report vehicle involved in
           accident, etc........................................................................     234(1)        200
     290 Installing rebuilt airbag in motor vehicle........................ 234.1(6)                                50
     291 Insurer or other person failing to report to Registrar payment
           of damages.........................................................................        235          100
     292 Making false statement in report............................................                236(2)        100
     293 Driver of emergency vehicle exceeding speed limit without
           sounding siren, etc..............................................................         237(2)        100
     294 Driver of emergency vehicle not proceeding with regard to
           safety................................................................................... 237(3)        100
     295 Unlawfully sounding siren or showing flashing red light.......                              237(5)         50
     296 Failing to obey directions of traffic officer.............................                   238           50
 
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297   Knowingly causing another to drive unlawfully.....................                         239            50
298   Placing unauthorized sign on highway...................................                   245(1)         200
299   Altering, defacing, etc., traffic sign........................................             246           100
300   Failing to stop vehicle upon request or signal of peace
        officer...........................................................................      253(2)         200
301   Failing to produce driver's license and registration permit on
        request of peace officer..........................................                      253(3)         200
302   Owner of vehicle failing to identify driver.............................                  254(1)         100
303   Applying for, or possession of, driver's license while
        disqualified, etc...................................................................     270           100
304   Driving motor vehicle while registration suspended..............                          271(1)         200
305   Driving while license suspended, etc.....................................                 271(1)         200
306   Driving while disqualified......................................................          271(1)         200
307   Owner permitting person to drive motor vehicle while
        registration suspended.........................................................         271(1)         200
308   Non-resident operating motor vehicle while driver's license
        suspended or cancelled........................................................           272           200
309   Failing to comply with this Act or the regulations.................                        290            50
310   Obstructing or attempting to obstruct peace officer, inspector
        or other person lawfully engaged under the Act or
        regulations.........................................................                    290.1          200
311   Placing glaring or dazzling light toward traffic on highway...                             291           100
312   Failing to reduce speed when meeting funeral procession......                             292(1)          50
313   Unlawfully passing funeral procession...................................                  292(3)          50
314   Driver permitting person to ride on hood, fenders, etc., of
        motor vehicle.......................................................................     293           100
315   Removing number plates from registered vehicle..................                           294           100
316   Driving horse, etc., on highway while drunk..........................                      295           200
317   Splashing pedestrians.............................................................         296            50
318   Failing to register vehicle purchased, etc., outside this
        province within 10 days......................................................            298            50
319   Failing to carry and produce valid insurance card to peace
        officer when requested........................................................          324(4)         600
320   Failing to comply with Part XI...............................................             327(1)         600



                                                         PART 28
                                 HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT
              Commercial Driver, Carrier and Audit Review Systems Regulations
                                         (EC21/06)

Item                                         Column I                                          Column II   Column III
Number                                        Offence                                           Section    Penalty for
                                                                                                           out of court
                                                                                                            settlement
1 Driver or carrier driving or operating commercial vehicle
     where maximum allowable accumulated demerit points
     have been exceeded ...........................................................              3(7)         $200
2 Driver or carrier making a false statement in an application
     for a safety rating certificate ........................................                    5(4)          200
3 Driver or carrier failing to return to the Registrar within ten
     calendar days from the date of revocation of a safety rating
     certificate, all number plates and vehicle permits ............                             5(6)          200
 
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     4 Carrier failing to maintain for each driver who operates a
           commercial vehicle on the carrier's behalf records of the
           driver's employment application ................................          7(a)(i)           200
     5 Carrier failing to maintain for each driver who operates a
           commercial vehicle on the carrier's behalf an annual
           certified abstract of the driver's operating record obtained
           from Registrar.....................................................       7(a)(ii)          200
     6 Carrier failing to maintain for each driver who operates a
           commercial vehicle on the carrier's behalf records of the
           class of license held by the driver ..............................       7(a)(iii)          200
     7 Carrier failing to maintain for each driver who operates a
           commercial vehicle on the carrier's behalf the medical
           records of the driver .............................................      7(a)(iv)           200
     8 Carrier failing to maintain for each driver who operates a
           commercial vehicle on the carrier's behalf records of the
           training and special qualifications of the driver, with
           expiry dates........................................................      7(a)(v)           200
     9 Carrier failing to maintain for each driver who operates a
           commercial vehicle on the carrier's behalf records of the
           hours of service worked by each driver .......................           7(a)(vi)           200
     10 Carrier failing to maintain for each driver who operates a
           commercial vehicle on the carrier's behalf records of all
           summary or indictable convictions for driving offences....               7(a)(vii)          200
     11 Carrier failing to maintain for each driver who operates a
           commercial vehicle on the carrier's behalf records of all
           traffic accidents in which the driver was involved ..........            7(a)(viii)         200
     12 Carrier failing to maintain for each driver who operates a
           commercial vehicle on the carrier's behalf records of the
           driver's Trip Inspection Reports ...............................         7(a)(ix)           200
     13 Carrier failing to maintain for each driver who operates a
           commercial vehicle on the carrier's behalf records of the
           driver's receipts for on-road travel ............................         7(a)(x)           200
     14 Carrier failing to maintain for each commercial vehicle
           owned or operated by the carrier records of all vehicle
           maintenance and inspection procedures carried out in
           accordance with applicable regulations .......................            7(b)(i)           200
     15 Carrier failing to maintain for each commercial vehicle
           owned or operated by the carrier records of any notice of
           defect received from the vehicle manufacturer and proof
           that the defects have been corrected ...........................         7(b)(ii)           200
     16 Carrier failing to maintain for each commercial vehicle
           owned or operated by the carrier records of fuel receipts,
           bills of lading and shipping documents ......................            7(b)(iii)          200
     17 Carrier failing to maintain for each commercial vehicle
           owned or operated by the carrier CVSA Inspection
           Reports .............................................................    7(b)(iv)           200
     18 Carrier failing to maintain results of CVSA Inspections .......               7(c)             200
     19 Carrier failing to maintain carrier's policy and procedures for
           driver management and vehicle maintenance ................                 7(d)             200
     20 Carrier failing to maintain any other records considered
           necessary by the Registrar to determine the safety rating of
           a carrier ............................................................     7(e)             200
     21 Carrier failing to maintain facility audit records for current
           calendar year and four calendar years thereafter .............             8(1)             200
     22 Carrier failing to keep records and make records available at
           the carrier's main place of business ...........................           9(1)             200
 
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23 Carrier failing to provide notice of change of main place of
      business within province to Registrar within ten calendar
      days .................................................................                  9(2)           200
24 Carrier failing to provide notice of change in name or change
      in officers, directors or principals of carrier's business to
      Registrar within ten calendar days .............................                        9(3)           200
25 Carrier failing to pay any costs incurred by the Department
      for carrying out a facility audit or an inspection conducted
      outside province ..................................................                      10            200
26 Carrier failing to make facility audit records available for
      inspection within two business days from the date the
      request was made by the Registrar and during normal
      business hours at the carrier's main place of business ......                          11(1)           200
27 Altering, defacing, destroying or otherwise falsifying any
      records required to be maintained ..............................                       12(a)           200
28 Obstructing or preventing any person authorized to carry out
      a facility audit from entering the carrier's premises for the
      purposes of inspecting the carrier's records or any of the
      carrier's commercial vehicles ...................................                      12(b)           200
29 Obstructing any person authorized to carry out a facility
       audit ...............................................................                 12(c)           200
30 Failing to maintain required records ...............................                      12(d)           200
31 Failing to produce required records for a facility audit .........                        12(e)           200

                                                        PART 29
                                     HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT
                            Commercial Vehicle (Configurations) Regulations
                                             (EC367/93)

Item                                        Column I                                       Column II    Column III
Number                                       Offence                                        Section     Penalty for
                                                                                                        out of court
                                                                                                         settlement
1 Operating etc. commercial vehicle with non-complying
    configuration.......................................................................      6(1)         $200

                                                        PART 30
                                  HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT
                  Commercial Vehicle (Trip Inspection and Records) Regulations
                                          (EC225/89)

Item                                        Column I                                       Column II    Column III
Number                                       Offence                                        Section     Penalty for
                                                                                                        out of court
                                                                                                         settlement
1 Driver failing to inspect vehicle..............................................             3(1)           $50
2 Driver failing to inspect on continuous trip.............................                   3(2)            50
3 Driver failing to enter defects in report...................................                 5              50
4 Driver failing to enter complete information in report.............                          7              50
5 Carrier failing to maintain records............................................           10(a)-(d)         50
6 Carrier failing to maintain records at principal place of
     business in P.E.I..................................................................    11(a),(b)        50
7 Driver failing to complete daily trip inspection report.............                         12            50
 
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                                                        PART 31
                                             HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT
                                            Driver's Licenses Regulations
                                                     (EC550/02)

     Item                                     Column I                                    Column II    Column III
     Number                                    Offence                                     Section     Penalty for
                                                                                                       out of court
                                                                                                        settlement
     1 Operating vehicle equipped with airbrakes without valid
         endorsement on license.......................................................       2(1)         $200
     2 Operating school bus without valid Class 2 license.................                   2(2)          200

                                                        PART 32
                                           HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT
                                       Farm Truck Registration Regulations
                                                  (EC356/74)

     Item                                   Column I                                     Column II     Column III
     Number                                  Offence                                      Section      Penalty for
                                                                                                       out of court
                                                                                                        settlement
     1     Making a false statement in an application or affidavit or
             failing to comply with the regulations.............................            7(2)          $500

                                                        PART 33
                                          HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT
                                     Graduated Driver Licensing Regulations
                                                  (EC225/07)

     Item                                     Column I                                    Column II    Column III
     Number                                    Offence                                     Section     Penalty for
                                                                                                       out of court
                                                                                                        settlement
     1 Stage 1 driver failing to ensure that no other person other than
          the Stage 1 driver and accompanying driver is occupying
          the front seat of the motor vehicle ..................................    2(3)(c)                $100
     2 Stage 1 driver failing to ensure that any passengers occupying
          seats, other than the front seat, of the motor vehicle are the
          immediate family members of the accompanying driver ....                  2(3)(d)                100
     3 Stage 1 driver failing to ensure that he or she is not
          accompanied by more passengers than may be
          accommodated in a seating position with an available seat
          belt..................................................................... 2(3)(e)                100
     4 Stage 1 driver operating or having care or control of a motor
          vehicle between 1:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. ..........................        2(3)(f)                100
     5 Person acting as an accompanying driver for a Stage 1 driver
          where the person is not qualified to do so ..................... 2(6)(a)(i)                      100
     6 Person acting as an accompanying driver for a Stage 1 driver
          where the person is not seated beside the Stage 1
          driver.................................................................. 2(6)(a)(ii)             100
 
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7 Stage 2 driver being accompanied by more than one
      passenger who is not an immediate family member of the
      driver ....................................................................                  3(3)(b)         100
8 Stage 2 driver being accompanied by passengers who are not
      accommodated in a seating position with an available seat
      belt...................................................................                      3(3)(b)         100
9 Stage 2 driver operating or having care or control of a motor
      vehicle between 1:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. in violation of
      conditions ..........................................................                        (3)(3)(c)       100
10 Stage 3 driver failing to ensure that he or she is not
      accompanied by more passengers than may be
      accommodated in a seating position with an available seat
      belt .......................................................................                 4(3)(b)         100
11 Stage 3 driver failing to ensure that he or she is not
      accompanied by a passenger not wearing a seat belt while
      seated in a seating position with an available seat belt .......                             4(3)(c)         100
12 Stage 1 driver or newly licensed driver failing to display decal
      on or in any motor vehicle being operated by the Stage 1
      driver or newly licensed driver .......................................                         5            100
13 Stage 1 driver or newly licensed driver using a hand-held
      cellular telephone, headphones, mp 3 player or any other
      hand-held electronic device while operating or having care
      or control of a motor vehicle .........................................                          6           100

                                                           PART 34
                                           HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT
                                       Motor Vehicle Inspection Regulations
                                                   (EC441/91)

Item                                           Column I                                           Column II    Column III
Number                                          Offence                                            Section     Penalty for
                                                                                                               out of court
                                                                                                                settlement
1 Operating vehicle with invalid inspection sticker....................                            19(1)(a)         $50
2 Possessing inspection sticker not issued for vehicle registered
      in person's own name......................................................                   19(1)(b)         50
3 Altering any inspection sticker................................................                  19(1)(c)         50
4 Drawing, preparing or manufacturing any inspection sticker...                                    19(1)(d)         50
5 Possessing or using of any inspection sticker which was
      altered..................................................................................    19(1)(e)         50
6 Using an inspection sticker which has been issued to another
      vehicle.................................................................................     19(1)(f)         50
7 Displaying inspection sticker improperly...............................                          19(1)(g)         50
8 Altering inspection report.......................................................                19(1)(h)         50
9 Selling uninspected vehicle......................................................                19(1)(i)         50
10 Selling vehicle required to be inspected in name of registered
      owner or vendor..................................................................            19(1)(j)         50
11 Selling vehicle not meeting standards, removing plate, etc., -
      "SOLD NOT INSPECTED"................................................                         19(1)(k)         50
12 Any action that circumvents requirements and intent of these
      regulations...........................................................................       19(1)(l)         50
13 Any vendor selling vehicles not meeting standards---
      registered owner to remove number plates, inspection
      sticker, etc., registration to show "SOLD NOT
      INSPECTED".....................................................................              19(2)(a)         50
 
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     14 Vendor with dealer's trade license selling vehicle not meeting
          standards must remove inspection sticker, etc., registration
          to show "SOLD NOT INSPECTED".............................                         19(2)(b)          50

                                                          PART 35
                                               LIQUOR CONTROL ACT
                                               R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. L-14

     Item                                  Column I                                 Column II        Column III
     Number                                 Offence                                  Section      Penalty for out of
                                                                                                   court settlement
     1 Obstructing, attempting to obstruct, or failing to                                       $200 (1st offence)
         cooperate with an inspector ......................................           8.1(2)     400 (2nd or
                                                                                                subsequent offence

     2     Manufacturer or vendor selling or keeping for sale any
              prohibited proprietary or patent medicine, extract,                                 500 (1st offence)
              essence, lotion, tincture or preparation after being                              1,250 (2nd or
              notified of the prohibition by the Commission .......                   30(3)     subsequent offence)
     3     After publication in the Royal Gazette, selling by retail
              or possessing for sale any prohibited medicine,                                     500 (1st offence)
              extract, essence, lotion, tincture or preparation                                 1,250 (2nd or
              containing alcohol without being duly licensed ......                   30(5)     subsequent offence)
     4     After publication in the Royal Gazette, selling by
              wholesale any such medicine, extract, essence,                                      500 (1st offence)
              lotion, tincture or preparation containing alcohol to a                           1,250 (2nd or
              person not duly licensed to sell by retail ...............              30(6)     subsequent offence)
     5     Selling by retail or possessing for sale by retail any
              medicine, extract, essence, lotion, tincture or
              preparation containing more than 15% alcohol by                                     500 (1st offence)
              volume in any bottle or container having a content                                1,250 (2nd or
              capacity greater than 16 ounces..........................               30(7)     subsequent offence)
     6     Selling by retail more than one such bottle or container                               500 (1st offence)
              described in subsection 30(7) to any one person in                                1,250 (2nd or
              any calendar week..........................................             30(8)     subsequent offence)
     7     Unauthorized selling or keeping liquor for sale to                                    5,000 (1st offence)
              another person or giving liquor to any other person                               10,000 (2nd or
              for consideration............................................            32       subsequent offence)
     8     Having in possession or keeping within the province                                    500 (1st offence)
              any liquor not purchased from a vendor .....................            33(1)     1,250 (2nd or
                                                                                                subsequent offence)
     9 Vendor selling in unauthorized place or at unauthorized                                    500 (1st offence)
          time ..................................................................      35       1,250 (2nd or
                                                                                                subsequent offence)
     10 Dealing in liquor by employee of Commission..............                      36         500 (1st offence)
                                                                                                1,250 (2nd or
                                                                                                subsequent offence)
     11 Unlawfully taking or accepting liquor .............................            37       200 (1st offence)
                                                                                                400 (2nd or
                                                                                                subsequent offence)
     12 Unlawfully consuming liquor in public place..................                 39(1)     200 (1st offence)
                                                                                                400 (2nd or
                                                                                                subsequent offence)
     13 Being intoxicated in public place.....................................        39(2)     200 (1st offence)
                                                                                                400 (2nd or
                                                                                                subsequent offence)
 
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14 Consuming liquor in or about a motor vehicle.................                       39(3)   200 (1st offence)
                                                                                               400 (2nd or
                                                                                               subsequent offence)
15 Selling, giving, supplying liquor to a minor.....................                   40(1)     500 (1st offence)
                                                                                               1,250 (2nd or
                                                                                               subsequent offence)
16 Minor illegally being in a licensed premises....................                    40(2)    200 (1st offence)
                                                                                                400 (2nd or
                                                                                                subsequent offence)
17 Permitting minor to enter and remain on licensed                                               500 (1st offence)
      premises......................................................                   40(3)    1,250 (2nd or
                                                                                                subsequent offence)
18 Minor failing to leave licensed premises on request........                         40(4)    200 (1st offence)
                                                                                                400 (2nd or
                                                                                                subsequent offence)
19 Minor possessing or consuming liquor.............................40(5)(a),(b)                200 (1st offence)
                                                                                                400 (2nd or
                                                                                                subsequent offence)
20 Minor entering any liquor store........................................              43      200 (1st offence)
                                                                                                400 (2nd or
                                                                                                subsequent offence)
21 Selling or giving liquor to person who is apparently                                         200 (1st offence)
      intoxicated...................................................................    47      400 (2nd or
                                                                                                subsequent offence)
22 Unlawfully possessing liquor...........................................             48(1)    200 (1st offence)
                                                                                                400 (2nd or
                                                                                                subsequent offence)
23 Knowingly possessing the proceeds of an offence under                                         5,000 (1st offence)
     this Act or the regulations.................................                      58(2)   10,000 (2nd or
                                                                                               subsequent offence
24 Delivering or transporting liquor to prohibited                                               5,000 (1st offence)
      premises..................................................... 82.1(7)(a)                 10,000 (2nd or
                                                                                               subsequent offence)
25 Delivering or transporting liquor on prohibited                                               5,000 (1st offence)
      premises..................................................... 82.1(7)(b)                 10,000 (2nd or
                                                                                               subsequent offence)
26 Storing or keeping liquor on prohibited premises......... 82.1(7)(c)                          5,000 (1st offence)
                                                                                               10,000 (2nd or
                                                                                               subsequent offence)
27 Selling or purchasing liquor on prohibited premises...... 82.1(7)(d)                          5,000 (1st offence)
                                                                                               10,000 (2nd or
                                                                                               subsequent offence)
28 Consuming liquor on prohibited premises.................. 82.1(7)(e)                          5,000 (1st offence)
                                                                                               10,000 (2nd or
                                                                                               subsequent offence)
 
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                                                        Ticket Regulations


                                                                PART 36
                                               OFF-HIGHWAY VEHICLE ACT
                                                 R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. O-3

     Item                                           Column I                                          Column II    Column III
     Number                                          Offence                                           Section     Penalty for
                                                                                                                   out of court
                                                                                                                    settlement
     1 Operator of off-highway vehicle failing to stop when
           signalled or requested by auxiliary peace officer or peace
           officer...................................................................                   1.1(5)         $250
     2 Operator of off-highway vehicle failing to produce for
           inspection his or her permit and certificate of
           registration ........................................................                        1.1(6)          50
     3 Operating off-highway vehicle on Confederation Trail
           without permit.....................................................                          1.2(2)         225
     4 Owner or operator of off-highway vehicle operating or
           permitting any other person to operate off-highway
           vehicle without holding certificate of registration............                             2(1)(a)          75
     5 Owner or operator of off-highway vehicle possessing off-
           highway vehicle outside owner's property without holding
           certificate of registration.........................................                        2(1)(b)          75
     6 Owner of off-highway vehicle failing to provide name and
           address of operator within 24 hours of request by
           Registrar, auxiliary peace officer or peace officer............                               2(4)          250
     7 Failing to produce certificate of registration on demand of
           peace officer........................................................................         3(1)           50
     8 Failing to notify Registrar of change of name or address.........                                 3(3)           50
     9 Failing to register transfer or assignment of off-highway
           vehicle.................................................................................      7(2)          150
     10 Dealer delivering registered off-highway vehicle where
           certificate of registration not transferred on records of
           registration to name of new owner..............................                               7(3)          250
     11 Operating off-highway vehicle without license plate firmly
           attached and properly displayed.........................................                      8(1)           50
     12 Operating snowmobile without license plate firmly attached
           and properly displayed.......................................................                 8(2)           50
     13 Failing to attach license plate to vehicle kept by manufacturer
           or dealer for sale..................................................................        9(3)(a)         250
     14 Failing to attach licence plate to vehicle in custody & control
           of person engaged in the business of servicing vehicles......                               9(3)(b)         250
     15 Using or operating vehicle to which licence plate is
           inappropriately attached......................................................                9(4)           50
     16 Defacing or altering any certificate or licence plate issued
           under this Act......................................................................         11(a)          250
     17 Using or permitting the use of any defaced or altered
           certificate or license plate issued under this Act.................                          11(b)          250
     18 Using or permitting the use of any license plate or class
           thereof other than for which it was issued...........................                        11(c)          250
     19 Operating off-highway vehicle on any portion of highway......                                   12(1)          250
     20 Failing to yield right-of-way.....................................................              13(1)          250
     21 Failing to obey traffic control devices......................................                   13(2)          250
     22 Failing to remain at or return to scene of accident...................                         14(1)(a)        250
     23 Failing to render assistance at scene of accident......................                        14(1)(b)        250
 
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24 Failing to provide written information at scene of accident
      causing injury......................................................................        14(1)(c)      250
25 Failing to notify injured party of collision with unattended
      vehicle.................................................................................    14(2)(a)      250
26 Failing to leave written notice of name and address of
      operator and registration number of off-highway vehicle in
      a conspicuous place in or upon unattended vehicle..........                                 14(2)(b)      250
27 Failing to locate and notify owner or person in change of
      damaged property................................................................             14(3)        250
28 Failing to report to peace officer an accident resulting in
      death, injury or damage over $200......................................                      15(1)        250
29 Peace officer witnessing or investigating an accident failing to
      complete a written report........................................                             16          250
30 Operating off-highway vehicle without due care and attention
      or reasonable consideration.................................................               17(a),(b)      250
31 Making false statement in any application required under this
      Act or the regulations..........................................................              18          250

                                                           PART 37
                                          OFF-HIGHWAY VEHICLE ACT
                                                 Regulations
                                                  (EC96/88)

Item                                          Column I                                           Column II     Column
Number                                         Offence                                            Section         III
                                                                                                             Penalty for
                                                                                                             out of court
                                                                                                              settlement
 1 Registered owner of off-highway vehicle failing to notify
    Highway Safety Division of change of name or address....                                        2(5)         $50
 2 New owner of off-highway vehicle failing to register vehicle
    in new owner's name within 14 days of sale or transfer.....                                     4(1)          50
 3 Operator and passenger of off-highway vehicle failing to
    wear safety helmet approved by CSA..........................                                     6           250
 4 Operator of off-highway vehicle operating vehicle without
    holding valid driver's license issued under the Highway
    Traffic Act..........................................................                           8(2)         250
 5 Operator of off-highway vehicle failing to obey traffic
    signals................................................................................         9(a)         250
 6 Operator of off-highway vehicle failing to obey the order or
    signals of a peace officer....................................................                  9(b)         250
 7 Operator of off-highway vehicle failing to produce driver's
    license when required to do so by a peace officer..............                                 9(c)          50
 8 Operator of off-highway vehicle crossing highway or
    roadway with approaching traffic within 500 feet or where
    visibility is not sufficient to render clearly discernible
    persons and vehicles at a distance of 500 feet....................                               11          250
 9 Owner or operator of snowmobile permitting it to be
    operated by a person under 14 years of age and the person
    is not directly supervised by an adult who holds a valid
    driver's license....................................................................           12(1)         250
 
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     10 Owner or operator of off-highway vehicle, other than a
         snowmobile, permitting it to be operated by a person
         between 10 and 14 years of age and the person is not
         directly supervised by an adult who holds a valid driver's
         license.................................................................................     12(2)(a)        250
     11 Owner or operator of off-highway vehicle, other than a
         snowmobile, permitting it to be operated by a person less
         than 10 years of age.............................................................            12(2)(b)        250
     12 Registered owner of off-highway vehicle failing to disclose
         name of operator on request of peace officer..................                                 13              50
     13 Operator or owner of off-highway vehicle failing to ensure
         all lamps and equipment in good working order.............                                     14              50
     14 Operator of off-highway vehicle while driving at night or in
         fog, rain or snow failing to keep lamps and taillamps
         illuminated..........................................................................         15(1)          250
     15 Operator of off-highway vehicle driving at excessive speed
         or in manner which might endanger the safety of persons
         or property..........................................................................         16(a)          250
     16 Operator of off-highway vehicle pursuing, harassing,
         maiming or killing an animal or other wildlife....................                            16(b)          250
     17 Operator of off-highway vehicle throwing or depositing on
         any highway, roadway or trail any glass, bottle, tin or
         other waste or refuse liable to injure a human or an animal
         or damage a vehicle or spoil the environment.....................                             16(c)          250
     18 Operating or having care or control of an off-highway
         vehicle while ability to operate is impaired by alcohol or a
         drug.....................................................................................      17            250
     19 Operator or passenger of off-highway vehicle being in
         possession of a firearm not inserted in a closed
         holster.................................................................................      18(a)          250
     20 Operator or passenger of off-highway vehicle possessing or
         transporting a loaded firearm..............................................                   18(b)          250
     21 Operator or passenger of off-highway vehicle discharging a
         firearm from an off-highway vehicle...................................                        18(c)          250
     22 Operator of off-highway vehicle operating vehicle on any
         land without the express permission of the owner of land
         or the tenant, licensee or permittee of the owner of
         land......................................................................................    19(2)          250
     23 Driver of off-highway vehicle driving at a speed exceeding
         8 kilometers per hour within 30 meters of a dwelling or
         place where a person is taking shelter or where a person is
         practising an outdoor sport...................................................                 20            250
     24 Person who parks off-highway vehicle failing to take
         precautions to prevent another person who is not
         authorized by the Act or regulations to operate the off-
         highway vehicle..................................................................              21            250
     25 Operator or passenger of off-highway vehicle wearing scarf
         or other clothing accessory in a manner that may be caught
         by the off-highway vehicle or by trees or other
         obstructions of a similar nature..........................................                     22            250
     26 Driver of off-highway vehicle failing to make crossings to
         the right and pass on the left...............................................                23(2)(a)        250
     27 Driver of off-highway vehicle overtaking and passing
         another off-highway vehicle on the right where the other
         vehicle is not turning left....................................................              23(2)(b)        250
 
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28 Driver of off-highway vehicle, in passing another off-
    highway vehicle, pulling out in front of vehicle passed and
    failing to ensure that passing can be done without risk to
    the off-highway vehicle passed...........................................                     23(2)(c)    250
29 Driver of off-highway vehicle on a trail with lanes in
    opposite directions failing to refrain from entering left lane
    from right before ascertaining may do so without
    danger.................................................................................       23(2)(d)    250
30 Driver of off-highway vehicle failing to maintain safe
    distance when following another off-highway vehicle on
    trail......................................................................................   23(2)(e)    250
31 Driver of off-highway vehicle failing to yield the right of
    way of another off-highway vehicle claiming the right of
    way.....................................................................................      23(2)(f)    250
32 Driver of off-highway vehicle driving in reverse without
    ascertaining can be done without risk and without
    impeding traffic..................................................................            23(2)(g)    250
33 Driver of off-highway vehicle failing to make proper signals
    when stopping, slowing down or turning............................                            23(2)(h)    250
34 Driver of off-highway vehicle, when approaching an
    intersection and preparing to turn left, failing to yield the
    right of way to an off-highway vehicle coming in opposite
    direction which enters the intersection or is so near thereto
    that is dangerous to turn in front of it.................................                     23(2)(i)    250
35 Driver of off-highway vehicle, when arriving at fork in two
    or more trails and at crossing of trails, failing to yield the
    right of way to driver of off-highway vehicle approaching
    on right on other trail except when a stop sign is placed on
    such other trail and driver is required to stop and be bound
    to yield the way..................................................................            23(2)(j)    250
36 Driver of off-highway vehicle, when preparing to enter trail,
    failing to yield the way to off-highway vehicle
    approaching on trail............................................................              23(2)(k)    250
37 Driver of off-highway vehicle, when turning right at an
    intersection of trails, encroaching on left or centre of trail
    when turning right onto trail..............................................                   23(2)(l)    250
38 Driver of off-highway vehicle parking so as to impede
    access to any property or impede access near an
    intersection of trails or in any other place where it
    interferes with traffic on trails............................................                 23(2)(m)    250
39 Driver of off-highway vehicle, when parked on trail, failing
    to leave sufficient space so as to be seen from both
    directions............................................................................        23(2)(n)    250
40 Driver of off-highway vehicle placing vehicle on trail while
    being fueled........................................................................          23(2)(o)    250
 
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                                                    PART 38
                                        PESTICIDES CONTROL ACT
                                               Regulations
                                               (EC761/05)

     Item                               Column I                                Column II      Column III
     Number                              Offence                                   Section Penalty for out of
                                                                                             court settlement
     1    Failing to keep records of each pesticide use or                                 $1,000 (individual)
              application.........................................................  9(1) 5,000 (corporation)
     2    Failing to record a pesticide use or application within 72                       1,000 (individual)
              hours after a pesticide use or application..................... 9(2) 5,000 (corporation)
     3    Failing to keep records for at least three years from the date                   1,000 (individual)
              of the use or application of the pesticide..................... 9(3)(a) 5,000 (corporation)
     4    Failing to make records available to officials .................... 9(3)(b) 1,000 (individual)
                                                                                           5,000 (corporation)
     5    Failing to provide annual sales data to the Minister, prior to
              January 31, for all domestic and non-domestic pesticides                     1,000 (individual)
              sold to retail customers for the previous calendar year...... 12(1) 5,000 (corporation)
     6    Failing to display a Non-Domestic Pesticide Business                             1,000 (individual)
              Licence............................................................. 13(1.1) 5,000 (corporation)
     7    Failing to display a Domestic Pesticide Business                                 1,000 (individual)
               Licence............................................................ 13.1(5) 5,000 (corporation)
     8    Failing to prepare a written record of a sale of a non-                          1,000 (individual)
              domestic pesticide within 24 hours of the sale.............. 17(1) 5,000 (corporation)
     9     Failing to prepare a written record of a sale of a Schedule 1                   1,000 (individual)
              pesticide within 24 hours of the sale.........................        17(2) 5,000 (corporation)
     10    Employee no longer authorized to use Pesticide Purchase
              Permit failing to return Permit immediately to operator
              of agricultural operation or to holder of Pesticide                          1,000 (individual)
              Application Business Licence ................................         18(3) 5,000 (corporation)
     11   Failing to provide a copy of a Pesticide Application Permit                      1,000 (individual)
              upon request of an environment officer.....................           19(4) 5,000 (corporation)
     12   Failing to keep or store a pesticide separate from foodstuff,
              feed or any other material intended for consumption by                       1,000 (individual)
              humans or animals............................................... 20(1) 5,000 (corporation)
     13   Failing to store a pesticide in the required storage facility..... 20(2) 1,000 (individual)
                                                                                           5,000 (corporation)
     14   Holder of Domestic Pesticide Vendor Business License
              failing to ensure that the display of controlled purchase
              domestic pesticides is not accessible to any person other             20.1 1,000 (individual)
              than the licensee or the licensee's employees............... (1)(a) 5,000 (corporation)
     15   Holder of Domestic Pesticide Vendor Business License
              failing to ensure that the display of controlled purchase
              domestic pesticides is more than one metre away from                  20.1 1,000 (individual)
              any commodities................................................. (1)(b) 5,000 (corporation)
     16   Holder of Domestic Pesticide Vendor Business License
              failing to store a controlled purchase domestic pesticide                    1,000 (individual)
              in required manner.............................................. 20.1(2) 5,000 (corporation)
     17   Failing to display or store a self-select domestic pesticide in                  1,000 (individual)
              the approved manner............................................ 20.2 5,000 (corporation)
     18   Failing to carry a Pesticide Application Permit when
              handling, loading, transporting, mixing or applying a                        1,000 (individual)
              Schedule 1 pesticide ............................................. 21(1) 5,000 (corporation)
 
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19 Revoked by EC380/08...............................................            1,000 (individual)
                                                                           21(2) 5,000 (corporation)
20 Failing to apply, store, handle, mix, load, or transport a
      pesticide in the manner specified on the label of the                           1,000 (individual)
      package of the pesticide.......................................... 22 5,000 (corporation)
21 Failing to comply with all terms and conditions placed on a                        1,000 (individual)
      licence, certificate or permit..................................... 22.1 5,000 (corporation)
22 Failing to dispose of a pesticide, a mixture containing a
      pesticide, a material treated with a pesticide or a container
      that held a pesticide other than in the manner and using the 23(a),
      method recommended by the manufacturer or                              (b),(c), 1,000 (individual)
      Minister............................................................     (d) 5,000 (corporation)
23 Failing to provide proper prior notice, in writing or by phone,                    1,000 (individual)
      of a non-domestic pesticide application ...................... 24(1) 5,000 (corporation)
24 Failing to include required information in the notice regarding                    1,000 (individual)
      the application of a non-domestic pesticide .................. 24(2) 5,000 (corporation)
25 Failing to post prior proper notice of a non-domestic pesticide                    1,000 (individual)
      application ........................................................ 25(1) 5,000 (corporation)
26 Failing to include required information in the posted notice                       1,000 (individual)
      regarding the application of a non-domestic pesticide ...... 25(2) 5,000 (corporation)
27 Failing to ensure that signs are posted at all entrances and
      exits to a structure within which or to which a pesticide is                    1,000 (individual)
      applied ............................................................. 25(3) 5,000 (corporation)
28 Failing to maintain clearly visible posted signs for the                           1,000 (individual)
      required time period following a pesticide application ...... 25(4) 5,000 (corporation)
29 Non-domestic Pesticide Vendor Business Licence holder                              1,000 (individual)
      failing to store pesticides in Phase III storage facility ...... 26 5,000 (corporation)
30 Failing to transport a pesticide in or on a vehicle together with
      commodities in a manner not sufficient to prevent                               1,000 (individual)
      contamination .................................................... 27(1) 5,000 (corporation)
31 Failing to transport a concentrated non-domestic pesticide in
      or on a vehicle in the original manufacturer's sealed
      container in a manner that will ensure the pesticide will                       1,000 (individual)
      not spill ............................................................ 27(2)(a) 5,000 (corporation)
32 Failing to transport a concentrated non-domestic pesticide in
      or on a vehicle in an enclosed leak proof container or                          1,000 (individual)
      properly secured to the transportation equipment............ 27(2)(b) 5,000 (corporation)
33 Failing to ensure pesticide application equipment is locked                        1,000 (individual)
      while unattended ................................................. 27(4) 5,000 (corporation)
34 Failing to label a container containing seed treated with a                        1,000 (individual)
      pesticide while transporting or selling the seed .............. 27(5) 5,000 (corporation)
35 Operating ground agricultural equipment for a fee without
      holding a Class A Pesticide Application Business                                1,000 (individual)
      Licence............................................................. 28(1)(a) 5,000 (corporation)
36 Offering a service involving the application of a pesticide for
      the control of mosquitoes or biting flies without holding a                     1,000 (individual)

      Class B Pesticide Application Business Licence ............ 28(1)(b) 5,000 (corporation)
37 Offering a service involving the application of a non-fumigant
      pesticide to stored feed or to dwellings or structures
      without holding a Class C-1 Pesticide Application                               1,000 (individual)
      Business Licence ................................................. 28(1)(c) 5,000 (corporation)
38 Offering a service involving the application of a fumigant
      pesticide to stored feed or to dwellings or structures
      without holding a class C-2 Pesticide Application                               1,000 (individual)
      Business Licence ................................................. 28(1)(d) 5,000 (corporation)
 
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     39 Offering a service involving the application of a seed or seed-
           piece treatment pesticide without holding a Class D                            1,000 (individual)
           Pesticide Application Business Licence ...................... 28(1)(e) 5,000 (corporation)
     40 Offering a service involving the application of a pesticide to
           ornamental vegetation, golf course turf and other non-crop
           areas without holding a Class E Pesticide Application                          1,000 (individual)
           Business Licence ................................................. 28(1)(f) 5,000 (corporation)
     41 Offering a pesticide application service for forestry herbicide
           application without holding a Class F-1 Pesticide                              1,000 (individual)
           Application Business Licence .................................. 28(1)(g) 5,000 (corporation)
     42 Offering a service involving the application of a pesticide for
           the production of tree seedlings for reforestation purposes
           without holding a Class F-2 Pesticide Application                              1,000 (individual)
           Business Licence ................................................ 28(1)(h) 5,000 (corporation)
     43 Offering a service involving the application of a pesticide in a
           greenhouse without holding a Class G Pesticide
           Application Business Licence or a Class F-2 Pesticide                          1,000 (individual)
           Application Business Licence ................................. 28(1)(i) 5,000 (corporation)
     44 Offering a service involving the application of a soil fumigant
           pesticide without holding a Class H Pesticide Application                      1,000 (individual)
           Business Licence ................................................. 28(1)(j) 5,000 (corporation)
     45 Offering a service involving the application of a herbicide
           using a wiper, brush or roller, or by making a spot
           treatment without holding a Class I Pesticide Application                      1,000 (individual)
           Business Licence.................................................. 28(1)(k) 5,000 (corporation)
     46 Offering a pesticide application service without holding a                        1,000 (individual)
           Class J Pesticide Application Business Licence.............. 28(1)(l) 5,000 (corporation)
     47 Applying a non-domestic pesticide to control pests on
           agricultural land or on agricultural crop or product that is
           not located in a greenhouse without holding a Class A
           Pesticide Applicator Certificate or without being a                            1,000 (individual)
           certified assistant................................................. 28(2)(a) 5,000 (corporation)
     48 Applying a non-domestic pesticide to control mosquitoes or
           biting flies without holding a Class B Pesticide Applicator                    1,000 (individual)
           Certificate ........................................................ 28(2)(b) 5,000 (corporation)
     49 Applying a non-domestic, non-fumigant pesticide to stored
           feed, dwellings or other structures without holding a Class                    1,000 (individual)
           C-1 Pesticide Applicator Certificate ........................... 28(2)(c) 5,000 (corporation)
     50 Applying a fumigant pesticide to stored feed, dwellings or
           other structures without holding a Class C-2 Pesticide                         1,000 (individual)
           Applicator Certificate ............................................ 28(2)(d) 5,000 (corporation)
     51 Applying a non-domestic pesticide as a seed or seed-piece
           treatment without holding a Class D Pesticide Applicator                       1,000 (individual)
           Certificate ......................................................... 28(2)(e) 5,000 (corporation)
     52 Applying a non-domestic pesticide to ornamental vegetation,
           golf course turf and other non-crop areas without holding                      1,000 (individual)
           a Class E Pesticide Applicator Certificate .................. 28(2)(f) 5,000 (corporation)
     53 Applying a non-domestic forestry herbicide without holding a                      1,000 (individual)
           Class F-1 Pesticide Applicator Certificate .................... 28(2)(g) 5,000 (corporation)
     54 Applying a non-domestic pesticide for the production of tree
           seedlings for reforestation purposes without holding a                         1,000 (individual)
           Class F-2 Pesticide Applicator Certificate..................... 28(2)(h) 5,000 (corporation)
     55 Applying a non-domestic pesticide in a greenhouse without                         1,000 (individual)
           holding a Class G Pesticide Applicator Certificate .......... 28(2)(i) 5,000 (corporation)
     56 Applying a soil fumigant pesticide without holding a Class H                      1,000 (individual)
           Pesticide Applicator Certificate ................................ 28(2)(j) 5,000 (corporation)
 
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57 Applying a herbicide using a wiper, brush, or roller or by
      making a spot treatment without holding a Class I                             1,000 (individual)
      Pesticide Applicator Certificate................................. 28(2)(k) 5,000 (corporation)
58 Applying a non-domestic pesticide without holding a Class J                      1,000 (individual)
      Pesticide Applicator Certificate................................. 28(2)(l) 5,000 (corporation)
59 Operating a business involving the sale or supply of a
      controlled purchase domestic pesticide without holding a
      Domestic Pesticide Vendor Business Licence or a Non-                          1,000 (individual)
      Domestic Pesticide Business Licence.......................... 28.1 5,000 (corporation)
60 Revoked by EC380/08...............................................               1,000 (individual)
                                                                             29(1) 5,000 (corporation)
61 Mixing a non-domestic pesticide without holding a
      Loader/mixer Certificate or a Pesticide Applicator                            1,000 (individual)
      Certificate........................................................... 29 5,000 (corporation)
62 Operating a business involving the sale or supply of a non-
      domestic pesticide without holding a Non-domestic                             1,000 (individual)
      Pesticide Vendor Business Licence ............................ 30 5,000 (corporation)
63 Selling or offering to sell a controlled purchase domestic
      pesticide to another person without holding a Domestic
      Pesticide Vendor Certificate or a Non-domestic Pesticide                      1,000 (individual)
      Vendor Certificate................................................ 30.1(a) 5,000 (corporation)
64 Providing pesticide related information or recommendations
      regarding controlled purchase domestic pesticides to
      another person without holding a Domestic Pesticide
      Vendor Certificate or a Non-domestic Pesticide Vendor                         1,000 (individual)
      Certificate.......................................................... 30.1(b) 5,000 (corporation)
65 Selling a non-domestic or a Schedule 1 pesticide to a person
      without holding a Non-domestic Pesticide Vendor                               1,000 (individual)
      Certificate ......................................................... 31(1) 5,000 (corporation)
66 Providing pesticide related information or recommendations
      to another person without holding a Non-domestic                              1,000 (individual)
      Pesticide Vendor Certificate .................................... 31(2) 5,000 (corporation)
67 Selling or offering to sell a non-domestic pesticide to a
      purchaser who does not hold an appropriate certificate,                       1,000 (individual)
      permit or licence .................................................. 32(1) 5,000 (corporation)
68 Purchasing a non-domestic pesticide without holding an                           1,000 (individual)
      appropriate certificate or permit ................................ 32(2) 5,000 (corporation)
69 Purchasing a Schedule 1 pesticide without holding an                             1,000 (individual)
      appropriate certificate and permit .............................. 32(3) 5,000 (corporation)
70 Selling or offering to sell a Schedule 1 pesticide to a
      purchaser who does not hold an appropriate certificate,                       1,000 (individual)
      permit and licence ................................................ 32(4) 5,000 (corporation)
71 Improperly using a Pesticide Purchase Permit ................... 33 1,000 (individual)
                                                                                    5,000 (corporation)
72 Giving, transferring, selling, lending or assigning a Pesticide                  1,000 (individual)
      Purchase Permit without authorization ........................ 34 5,000 (corporation)
73 Applying a pesticide to any open body of water; to control
      mosquitoes or biting flies; or within a buffer zone without 35(a), 1,000 (individual)
      holding a Pesticide Application Permit ....................... (b),(c) 5,000 (corporation)
74 Applying a Schedule 1 pesticide without holding a Pesticide                      1,000 (individual)
      Application Permit ............................................... 35(d) 5,000 (corporation)
75 Applying a prohibited pesticide ....................................       36 1,000 (individual)
                                                                                    5,000 (corporation)
76 Applying a pesticide or pesticide mixture using an aircraft....            37 1,000 (individual)
                                                                                    5,000 (corporation)
 
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     77 Filling, discharging, washing or flushing out any sprayer or
            other application equipment within 25 meters of an open                        1,000 (individual)
            body of water...................................................... 38(1)(a) 5,000 (corporation)
     78 Discharging, washing or flushing out any sprayer or other
            equipment used to apply pesticides within 25 meters of a                       1,000 (individual)
            water well................................. ......................... 38(1)(b) 5,000 (corporation)
     79 Bringing or abandoning a container in which a pesticide has                        1,000 (individual)
            been stored within 25 meters of an open body of water .... 38(3) 5,000 (corporation)
     80 Applying a pesticide in a dry formulation or a liquid
            formulation under pressure when wind speed at the point                        1,000 (individual)
            of application exceeds 20 km/h ................................. 39(1) 5,000 (corporation)
     81 Discharging a pesticide, pesticide mixture or solution from
            equipment in a manner not permitted by the                                     1,000 (individual)
            manufacturer's label ............................................. 40 5,000 (corporation)

                                                        PART 39
                                                PLANT HEALTH ACT
                                                 Potatoes Regulations
                                                     (EC138/95)

     Item                                    Column I                                   Column II         Column III
     Number                                   Offence                                    Section          Penalty for
                                                                                                          out of court
                                                                                                           settlement
     1 Disposing of potatoes in an unsafe manner......................                         5             $1,000
     2 Storing potatoes unlawfully, etc., permitting volunteer
          growth................................................................             5.1              1,000
     3 Failing to register potato plantings.................................                6.1(1)            1,000
     4 Failing to produce proof of disinfection ........................                    7.1(4)              200

                                                        PART 40
                                           ROADS ACT
                                     R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. R-15                                             1st/Sub.

     Item                                    Column I                                   Column II         Column III
     Number                                   Offence                                    Section          Penalty for
                                                                                                          out of court
                                                                                                           settlement
     1 Refusing to attend or produce under summons........................                       12(2)    ($50/$200)
     2 Cutting down or removal of poles............................................               17         50/200
     3 Failing to obtain approval of the Minister for development
          within a highway development area.................................... 17.4(1),(2)                  50/200
     4 Contravening restrictions respecting controlled access
          highway............................................................................... 28(a)       50/200
     5 Contravening restrictions respecting selling within 150 ft. of a
          controlled access highway..................................................            28(b)       50/200
     6 Obstructing public highway......................................................          37(1)       50/200
     7 Placing rubbish, etc., on or near highway or causing
          obstruction, nuisance or injury.............................................           37(3)       50/200
     8 Obstructing water course..........................................................        39(1)       50/200
     9 Owner or occupier failing to keep drains open.........................                    39(2)       50/200
     10 Constructing bridge without approval......................................               39(3)       50/200
     11 Causing damage to bridge.........................................................         40         50/200
 
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12 Failing to comply with requirements for written permit &
       failing to abide by restrictions on building near highway....                            41(1)      50/200
13 Failing to comply with requirements for written permit &
       failing to abide by restrictions with respect to erecting any
       building, structure, sign or billboard near intersection.........                        41(2)      50/200
14 Failing to comply with requirements for written permit &
       failing to abide by restrictions with respect to erecting any
       building, structure, sign or billboard near bend....................                     41(4)      50/200
15 Placing, stationing or operating blinding lights near highway..                              43(1)      50/200
16 Removing or placing any substance on public road or right-
       of-way.................................................................................  44(1)      50/200
17 Piling snow or ice on public road impeding traffic or road
       maintenance or creating safety hazard................................                    44(2)      50/200
18 Parking or leaving vehicle on public right-of-way...................                          45        50/200
19 Moving excess load or building without permit.......................                         46(1)      50/200
20 Failing to obtain permit for overweight vehicle.......................                      46(2.1)    50/200
21 Disobeying sign or signal of peace officer to stop vehicle.......                           49(5)(a) 1,000/2,000
22 Disobeying peace officer's order to drive to approved
       weighing device..................................................................       49(5)(b) 1,000/2,000
23 Refusing to have vehicle weighed............................................                49(5)(c) 1,000/2,000
24 Failing to remove portion of load as ordered............................ 49(5)(d)                    1,000/2,000
25 Failing to produce driver's license, registration.......................                     50(1)       100
26 Operating a motor vehicle in contravention of the Vehicle
       Weights Regulations........................................................... ­ See Notes Below:

    Note 1: [s.9(1)] Vehicle Weights Regulations
    For first offence $50 plus
    (a) $1 for each 50 kg. or fraction thereof on the first 500 kg. of excess weight or load.
    (b) $2 for each 50 kg. or fraction thereof on the excess weight or load over 500 kg.
    (c) $2 for each 50 kg. or fraction thereof on the excess weight or load over 2000 kg.

    For any subsequent offence $200 plus
    (a) $1 for each 50 kg. or fraction thereof on the first 500 kg. of excess weight or load.
    (b) $2 for each 50 kg. or fraction thereof on the excess weight or load over 500 kg.
    (c) $2 for each 50 kg. or fraction thereof on the excess weight or load over 2000 kg.

    Note 2: [s.9(2)] Vehicle Weights Regulations
    During spring weight restrictions for a first offence $50 plus
    (a) $3 for each 50 kg. or fraction thereof on the first 500 kg. of excess weight or load.
    (b) $6 for each 50 kg. or fraction thereof on the excess weight or load over 500 kg.
    (c) $6 for each 50 kg. or fraction thereof on the excess weight or load over 2000 kg.

    For any subsequent offence $200 plus
    (a) $3 for each 50 kg. or fraction thereof on the first 500 kg. of excess weight or load.
    (b) $6 for each 50 kg. or fraction thereof on the excess weight or load over 500 kg.
    (c) $6 for each 50 kg. or fraction thereof on the excess weight or load over 2000 kg.
 
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                                                     PART 41
                                           STRAY LIVESTOCK ACT
                                           R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. S-8.1

     Item                                  Column I                                  Column II    Column III
     Number                                 Offence                                   Section     Penalty for
                                                                                                  out of court
                                                                                                   settlement
     1 Owner permitting livestock to be at large................................        4(1)          $100
     2 Obstructing a peace officer or drover carrying out his or her
         duties under the Act...............................................            5(6)           100

                                                     PART 42
                                    TOBACCO SALES AND ACCESS ACT
                                        R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. T-3.1

     Item                                  Column I                                  Column II    Column III
     Number                                 Offence                                   Section     Penalty for
                                                                                                  out of court
                                                                                                   settlement
     1  Selling or supplying tobacco to a minor..................................       4(1)          $250
     2  Purchasing or attempting to purchase tobacco for a minor......                  4(2)            250
     3  Selling tobacco in a designated place..................................        4.1(1)           250
     4  Possessing a vending machine..............................................       5              250
     5  Displaying tobacco improperly...................................               5.1(1)           250
     6  Advertising or promoting the sale or use of tobacco.............               5.2(1)           250
     7  Causing advertisement or promotional material to be visible
           from outside of place or premises...............................            5.2(2)          250
     8 Failing to display any sign as required..............................             6             125
     9 Retail vendor failing to post notice of prohibition...............               6.1            125
     10 Obstructing or attempting to obstruct or failing to cooperate
           with an inspector..................................................          7.1            250

                                                     PART 43
                                           TOURISM INDUSTRY ACT
                                           R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. T-3.3

     Item                                  Column I                                  Column II    Column III
     Number                                 Offence                                   Section      Penalty for
                                                                                                  out of court
                                                                                                   settlement
     1     Obstructing or assaulting a tourism standards officer ............          1.4(4)     $1,000 (1st
                                                                                                    offence)
                                                                                                   2,000 (2nd
                                                                                                       or
                                                                                                  subsequent
                                                                                                    offence)
 
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2     Obstructing, impeding or assaulting a tourism compliance                            1,000 (1st
        officer or person assisting a tourism compliance                                  offence)
        officer...............................................................   1.5(8)    2,000 (2nd
                                                                                               or
                                                                                           subsequent
                                                                                            offence)
3     Aiding or assisting a person who is obstructing, impeding or                        1,000 (1st
        assaulting a tourism compliance officer........................          1.5(8)   offence)
                                                                                           2,000 (2nd
                                                                                               or
                                                                                           subsequent
                                                                                            offence)
4     Tourism operator conducting, operating, maintaining or                              1,000 (1st
        managing a tourist establishment without a license issued                         offence)
        by the Minister that is in full force and effect ................        2(1)      2,000 (2nd
                                                                                               or
                                                                                           subsequent
                                                                                            offence)
5     Tourism operator failing to apply to Minister for a tourist                         1,000 (1st
        establishment license on an annual basis......................           2(2)     offence)
                                                                                           2,000 (2nd
                                                                                               or
                                                                                           subsequent
                                                                                            offence)
6     Tourism operator failing to maintain a register for the                             1,000 (1st
        tourism establishment...........................................         6(1)     offence)
                                                                                           2,000 (2nd
                                                                                               or
                                                                                           subsequent
                                                                                            offence)
7 Tourism operator failing to ensure that every person who                                1,000 (1st
    rents a rental unit or site at the tourism establishment                              offence)
    enters required information in the register....................              6(1)      2,000 (2nd
                                                                                               or
                                                                                           subsequent
                                                                                            offence)
8 Tourism operator failing to ensure that an occupancy return                             1,000 (1st
    for the tourism establishment is prepared and submitted to                            offence)
    Department on a monthly basis.................................               6(2)      2,000 (2nd
                                                                                               or
                                                                                           subsequent
                                                                                            offence)
9 Tourism operator failing to ensure that the tourism                                     1,000 (1st
    establishment license is paid in full by September 1st of                             offence)
    each year previous to upcoming operating season...........                   6(2.1)    2,000 (2nd
                                                                                               or
                                                                                           subsequent
                                                                                            offence)
10 Tourism operator or manager of tourism establishment                                   1,000 (1st
     entering or permitting to be entered a false statement in the                        offence)
     register or on the occupancy return of the tourism                                    2,000 (2nd
     establishment.....................................................          6(3)          or
                                                                                           subsequent
                                                                                            offence)
 
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     11 Person misrepresenting himself or herself when registering in                                                1,000 (1st
           a tourism establishment..........................................                             6(4)(a)     offence)
                                                                                                                      2,000 (2nd
                                                                                                                          or
                                                                                                                      subsequent
                                                                                                                       offence)
     12 Person making a false statement as to the person's place of                                                  1,000 (1st
           residence when registering in a tourism establishment......                                   6(4)(b)     offence)
                                                                                                                      2,000 (2nd
                                                                                                                          or
                                                                                                                      subsequent
                                                                                                                       offence)

                                                                 PART 44
                                                           TRAILS ACT
                                                     R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. T-4.1

     Item                                            Column I                                           Column II    Column III
     Number                                           Offence                                            Section     Penalty for
                                                                                                                     out of court
                                                                                                                      settlement
     1 Obstructing, impeding or assaulting a trails officer or person
           assisting a trails officer or aiding or assisting any person
           obstructing, impeding or assaulting a trails officer during
           the lawful execution of trails officer's duties......................                          5.1(8)         $200
     2 Failing to observe order prohibiting entry to or presence on
           trail.....................................................................................     12(2)          200
     3 Being impaired by alcohol or drugs while on trail..................                               13(1)(a)        200
     4 Acting in noisy or disorderly manner while on trail................                               13(1)(b)        200
     5 Creating disturbance while on trail.........................................                      13(1)(c)        200
     6 Pursuing course of conduct detrimental to safety of others or
           affecting the enjoyment of trail by others...........................                         13(1)(d)        200
     7 Wilfully destroying trail property or natural resources on or
           adjacent to trail...................................................................          13(1)(e)        200
     8 Dumping or depositing garbage or other material on or from
           trail.....................................................................................    13(1)(f)        200
     9 Engaging in activity prohibited by notice or by regulation......                                  13(1)(g)        200
     10 Travelling on closed trail or portion of closed trail.................                            13(2)          200
     11 Removing or defacing sign posted under the Act.....................                               13(3)          200

                                                                 PART 45
                                                             TRAILS ACT
                                                          General Regulations
                                                              (EC760/03)

     Item                                            Column I                                           Column II    Column III
     Number                                           Offence                                            Section     Penalty for
                                                                                                                     out of court
                                                                                                                      settlement
     1 Cutting, destroying or removing trees, hedgerows, shrubs or
          other vegetation within right-of-way of trail.....................                             2(1)(a)         $200
     2 Planting or introducing plants on trail.....................................                      2(1)(b)          200
 
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3 Adding or removing topsoil, sand, gravel or any other organic
      or inorganic material within right-of-way of trail...............                             2(1)(c)        200
4 Constructing or erecting buildings, signs, fences, walls, dams,
      drainage systems or other structures within right-of-way of
      trail........................................................................                 2(1)(d)        200
5 Removing, damaging or defacing gates, benches, shelters or
      other structures along trail or at entrances or exits to trail...                             2(1)(e)        200
6 Removing or damaging trail surface, trail bed, bridges or
      other surface or sub-surface features or structures of trail..                                 2(1)(f)       200
7 Displaying advertisement, carrying on business or offering
      for sale any article or service within right-of-way of trail...                               2(1)(g)        200
8 Hunting or placing traps or snares within right-of-way of trail                                   2(1)(h)        200
9 Transporting unencased firearm loaded or unloaded not
      otherwise authorized by law within right-of-way of trail....                                   2(1)(i)       200
10 Polluting or obstructing any stream or body of water within
      right-of-way of trail..................................................                        2(1)(j)       200
11 Starting, maintaining or renewing fire other than in grills or
      containers provided or contrary to provincial fire laws
      within right-of-way of trail.......................................                           2(1)(k)        200
12 Allowing dog or other animal to run at large within right-of-
      way of trail...............................................................                    2(1)(l)       100
13 Operating conveyance drawn by animal without permit within
      right-of-way of trail.......................................                                  2(1)(m)        200
14 Failing to wear bicycle safety helmet while riding bicycle on
      trail........................................................................                 2(2)(a)          50
15 Failing to have bicycle safety helmet chin strap securely
      fastened while riding bicycle on trail................................                        2(2)(b)          50
16 Parent or guardian permitting person under 16 years of age to
      ride or operate bicycle on trail without wearing bicycle
      safety helmet .....................................................................            2(3)(a)         50
17 Parent or guardian permitting person under 16 years of age to
      ride or operate bicycle on trail without having bicycle
      safety helmet chin strap securely fastened..........................                          2(3)(b)          50
18 Operating motorized vehicle, motorized wheelchair or power-
      assisted bicycle on trail in contravention of regulations.....                                   3           225

                                                            PART 46
                                           TRESPASS TO PROPERTY ACT
                                             R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. T-6

Item                                            Column I                                           Column II   Column III
Number                                           Offence                                            Section    Penalty for
                                                                                                               out of court
                                                                                                                settlement
1    Entering premises under cultivation.........................................                   2(1)(a)        $100
2    Entering tree plantation or management area...........................                         2(1)(b)          100
3    Entering enclosed premises......................................................               2(1)(c)          100
4    Dumping..................................................................................      2(1)(d)          100
5    Entering premises where entry prohibited................................                       2(1)(e)          100
6    Engaging in prohibited activity................................................                2(1)(f)          100
7    Removing sign or notice.........................................................                2(5)            100
8    Unauthorized posting of sign or notice....................................                      2(6)            100
9    Remaining on premises after direction to leave........................                            3             100
10   Disturbing occupier, unreasonable operation of motor
        vehicle.................................................................................      6(a)         100
 
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     11 Disturbing occupier, disorderly behaviour...............................                          6(b)            100
     12 Failing to identify operator of motor vehicle............................                         7(3)            100
     13 Failing to comply with court order prohibiting entry...............                               9(1)            200

                                                                 PART 47
                                                 UNSIGHTLY PROPERTY ACT
                                                   R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. U-5

     Item                                           Column I                                           Column II    Column III
     Number                                          Offence                                            Section     Penalty for
                                                                                                                    out of court
                                                                                                                     settlement
     1 Preventing or obstructing entry or attempts thereto of
          inspector............................................................                          14(2)          $100
     2 Failing to comply with order issued under this Act...................                              17             200
     3 Keeping a derelict vehicle viewable from highway..................                                18(1)           200

                                                                 PART 48
                                              WILDLIFE CONSERVATION ACT
                                                  R.S.P.E.I. 1988, W-4.1

     Item                                           Column I                                           Column II    Column III
     Number                                          Offence                                            Section     Penalty for
                                                                                                                    out of court
                                                                                                                     settlement
     1 Hunting, angling, trapping without a proper license................                               12(1)          $200
                                                                                                                     plus relevant
                                                                                                                      license fee
     2     Furnishing false information....................................................              15(a)            200
     3     Refusing to produce license on request....................................                    15(b)            200
     4     Selling, transferring or assigning license..................................                  15(c)            200
     5     Misusing license......................................................................        15(d)            200
     6     Taking, hunting or killing game or wildlife out of season or in
               excess of bag limits............................................................         19(1)(a)          200
     7     Feeding protected game to other animals.................................                     19(1)(b)          200
     8     Hunting under influence or in possession of an intoxicant.......                             19(1)(c)          200
     9     Illegally wasting game..............................................................         19(1)(d)          200
     10    Hunting on Sunday...................................................................         19(1)(e)          200
     11    Discharging firearm within 200 meters of dwelling, school,
               livestock or 300 meters of where migratory birds are kept..                              19(1)(f)          200
     12    Illegally possessing loaded firearm on unanchored boat or
               floating blind.......................................................................    19(1)(g)          200
     13    Possessing an uncased firearm in the fields one hour after
               sunset or one hour before sunrise........................................                19(1)(h)          200
     14    Discharging or possessing loaded firearm in or on vehicle......                              19(1)(i)          200
     15    Destroying, removing, mutilating or disfiguring signs.............                           19(1)(j)          200
     16    Obstructing or assaulting a conservation officer......................                       19(1)(k)          200
     17    Taking eggs or young of fish, bird or fur-bearing animal
               without a permit..................................................................       19(1)(l)          200
     18    Illegally selling wildlife............................................................       19(1)(m)          200
     19    Failing to obey conservation officer.........................................                 27(1)            200
     20    Failing to stop vehicle, vessel or conveyance...........................                      27(2)            200
     21    Hunting, fishing, trapping while license suspended.................                           31(3)            300
 
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                                               PART 49
                                WILDLIFE CONSERVATION ACT
                                  Ground Hemlock Regulations
                                         (EC194/06)

Item                              Column I                             Column II     Column III
Number                             Offence                                Section Penalty for out of
                                                                                   court settlement
1 Harvesting ground hemlock on land owned by another
      person without holding a valid ground hemlock
      harvesting license and without possessing written                              $200 (individual)
      permission from owner of land..................................        6(1) 2,000 (corporation)
2 Harvesting ground hemlock on a date during the year other                           200 (individual)
      than between August 15 and April 30, inclusive............            6(2)(a) 2,000 (corporation)
3 Harvesting more than three years of most recent growth                              200 (individual)
      from any one branch or stem of ground hemlock...........              6(2)(b) 2,000 (corporation)
4 Transporting ground hemlock in any bucket, bag or other
      container that is not clearly marked with the name of the
      licensed ground hemlock harvester who harvested the
      ground hemlock, the ground hemlock harvester's
      permanent ground hemlock harvester identification
      number, the date of harvest, the property identification
      number of the harvest site, and the precise position or                         200 (individual)
      location in latitude and longitude of the harvest site........        7(1)(a) 2,000 (corporation)
5 Transporting ground hemlock where the person transporting
      the ground hemlock is not a licensed ground hemlock
      harvester, a licensed ground hemlock buyer, an agent of
      the licensed ground hemlock harvester who harvested
      the ground hemlock or an agent of the person who holds                          200 (individual)
      a valid ground hemlock buying license......................           7(1)(b) 2,000 (corporation)
6 Possessing five kilograms (5kg) or more of harvested
      ground hemlock without holding a valid ground hemlock                           200 (individual)
      harvesting license......................................              8(1)(a) 2,000 (corporation)
7 Possessing five kilograms (5kg) or more of harvested
      ground hemlock without holding a valid ground hemlock                           200 (individual)
      buying license.....................................................   8(1)(b) 2,000 (corporation)
8 Possessing five kilograms (5kg) or more of harvested
      ground hemlock without being named on a valid buying
      license as an agent operating one or more buying stations                       200 (individual)
      on behalf of a licensed buyer...................................      8(1)(c) 2,000 (corporation)
9 Possessing five kilograms (5kg) or more of harvested
      ground hemlock and transporting the ground hemlock
      without being an agent of a licensed ground hemlock                             200 (individual)
      harvester or a licensed ground hemlock buyer..............            8(1)(d) 2,000 (corporation)
10 Possessing ground hemlock branches or stems that are more                          200 (individual)
      than three years of most recent growth.......................          8(2) 2,000 (corporation)
11 Buying, acquiring or dealing in ground hemlock without                             200 (individual)
      holding a valid ground hemlock buying license............             9(1)(a) 2,000 (corporation)
12 Buying, acquiring or dealing in ground hemlock without
      being named on a valid ground hemlock buying license
      as an agent operating one or more buying stations on                            200 (individual)
      behalf of a licensed buyer......................................      9(1)(b) 2,000 (corporation)
13 Buying or acquiring ground hemlock from any other person
      except from a person who holds a valid ground hemlock                            200 (individual)
      harvesting license...............................................     10(1)(a) 2,000 (corporation)
 
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     14 Buying or acquiring ground hemlock from any other person
           except from a person who holds a valid ground hemlock                            200 (individual)
           buying license....................................................    10(1)(b) 2,000 (corporation)
     15 Buying or acquiring ground hemlock from any other person
           except from a person who is named on a valid buying
           license as a person operating one or more buying stations                        200 (individual)
           on behalf of a licensed buyer..................................       10(1)(c) 2,000 (corporation)
     16 Buying or acquiring ground hemlock from any other person
           except from a person who is the owner of the land from
           which the ground hemlock is harvested if the owner
           presents to the licensed buyer a property tax bill within
           the past 12 months and photographic identification of the                        200 (individual)
           landowner..........................................................   10(1)(d) 2,000 (corporation)
     17 Selling ground hemlock to another person where the other
           person buying the ground hemlock does not hold a valid                           200 (individual)
           ground hemlock buying license...............................          10(2)(a) 2,000 (corporation)
     18 Selling ground hemlock to another person where the other
           person buying the ground hemlock is not named on a
           valid ground hemlock buying license as an agent
           operating one or more buying stations on behalf of a                             200 (individual)
           licensed buyer....................................................    10(2)(b) 2,000 (corporation)
     19 Licensed ground hemlock buyer or agent operating one or
           more buying stations on behalf of a licensed buyer                     11(2)    200 (individual)
           failing to keep a record of the licensed buyer's name......            (a)(i) 2,000 (corporation)
     20 Licensed ground hemlock buyer or agent operating one or
           more buying stations on behalf of a licensed buyer
           failing to keep a record of the licensed buyer's
           permanent ground hemlock buyer identification                          11(2)     200 (individual)
           number............................................................     (a)(ii) 2,000 (corporation)
     21 Licensed ground hemlock buyer or agent operating one or
           more buying stations on behalf of a licensed buyer
           failing to keep a record of the ground hemlock
           harvester's name and where the ground hemlock
           harvester is the landowner, the landowner's name and                   11(2)     200 (individual)
           address............................................................   (a)(iii) 2,000 (corporation)
     22 Licensed ground hemlock buyer or agent operating one or
           more buying stations on behalf of a licensed buyer
           failing to keep a record of the ground hemlock
           harvester's permanent ground hemlock harvester
           identification number, or where the ground hemlock
           harvester is the landowner, the property number from a                 11(2)    200 (individual)
           property tax bill issued within the past 12 months.........           (a)(iv) 2,000 (corporation)
     23 Licensed ground hemlock buyer or agent operating one or
           more buying stations on behalf of a licensed buyer                     11(2)    200 (individual)
           failing to keep a record of the date of harvest...............         (a)(v) 2,000 (corporation)
     24 Licensed ground hemlock buyer or agent operating one or
           more buying stations on behalf of a licensed buyer
           failing to keep a record of the date of acquisition by the             11(2)    200 (individual)
           ground hemlock buyer..........................................        (a)(vi) 2,000 (corporation)
     25 Licensed ground hemlock buyer or agent operating one or
           more buying stations on behalf of a licensed buyer
           failing to keep a record of the property identification                11(2)     200 (individual)
           number of the harvest site......................................      (a)(vii) 2,000 (corporation)
     26 Licensed ground hemlock buyer or agent operating one or
           more buying stations on behalf of a licensed buyer
           failing to keep a record of the precise position or location           11(2)      200 (individual)
           in latitude and longitude of the harvest site..................       (a)(viii) 2,000 (corporation)
 
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27 Licensed ground hemlock buyer or agent operating one or
      more buying stations on behalf of a licensed buyer
      failing to keep a record of the weight acquired, with                  11(2)    200 (individual)
      green or dry weight specified.................................        (a)(ix) 2,000 (corporation)
28 Licensed ground hemlock buyer or agent operating one or
      more buying stations on behalf of a licensed buyer
      failing to keep a record of the price paid per unit                    11(2)    200 (individual)
       weight............................................................    (a)(x) 2,000 (corporation)
29 Licensed ground hemlock buyer or agent operating one or
      more buying stations on behalf of a licensed buyer
      failing to provide a duplicate copy of the record to the
      ground hemlock harvester or where the ground hemlock                             200 (individual)
      harvester is the landowner, to the landowner................          11(2)(b) 2,000 (corporation)
30 Licensed ground hemlock buyer and licensed ground
      hemlock harvester failing to retain copies of required                           200 (individual)
      records for at least seven years.................................     11(3)(a) 2,000 (corporation)
31 Licensed ground hemlock buyer and licensed ground
      hemlock harvester failing to make records available for                          200 (individual)
      inspection ........................................................   11(3)(b) 2,000 (corporation)
32 Licensed ground hemlock buyer failing to make a report to
      the Minister stating the property identification number of                       200 (individual)
      each harvest site.................................................    12(1)(a) 2,000 (corporation)
33 Licensed ground hemlock buyer failing to make a report to                           200 (individual)
      the Minister stating the date of harvest.......................       12(1)(b) 2,000 (corporation)
34 Licensed ground hemlock buyer failing to make a report to                           200 (individual)
      the Minister stating the area of each property...............         12(1)(c) 2,000 (corporation)
35 Licensed ground hemlock buyer failing to make a report to
      the Minister stating the estimated area of ground                                200 (individual)
      hemlock harvested on each property..........................          12(1)(d) 2,000 (corporation)
36 Licensed ground hemlock buyer failing to make a report to
      the Minister stating the precise position or location in                         200 (individual)
      latitude and longitude of each harvest site..................         12(1)(e) 2,000 (corporation)
37 Licensed ground hemlock buyer failing to make a report to
      the Minister stating the weight of ground hemlock                                200 (individual)
      acquired from each property...................................        12(1)(f) 2,000 (corporation)
38 Licensed ground hemlock buyer failing to make a report to
      the Minister stating the permanent ground hemlock
      harvester identification number of each licensed                                 200 (individual)
      harvester.........................................................    12(1)(g) 2,000 (corporation)
39 Licensed ground hemlock buyer failing to make a report to
      the Minister stating no ground hemlock was bought or                           200 (individual)
      acquired during preceding six months.......................            12(2) 2,000 (corporation)
40 Licensed ground hemlock buyer and licensed ground
      hemlock harvester making a false statement or report or                        200 (individual)
      refusing to produce records for inspection...................          12(3) 2,000 (corporation)
41 Importing ground hemlock to province without holding a                            200 (individual)
      valid ground hemlock buying license.........................           13(a) 2,000 (corporation)
42 Importing ground hemlock to province without being named
      on a valid ground hemlock buying license as a person
      operating one or more buying stations on behalf of a                           200 (individual)
      licensed buyer....................................................     13(b) 2,000 (corporation)
43 Exporting ground hemlock from province without holding a                          200 (individual)
      valid ground hemlock buying license.........................           14(a) 2,000 (corporation)
44 Exporting ground hemlock from province without being
      named on a valid ground hemlock buying license as a
      person operating one or more buying stations on behalf                         200 (individual)
      of a licensed buyer..............................................      14(b) 2,000 (corporation)
 
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                                                     PART 50
                                      WILDLIFE CONSERVATION ACT
                                         Hunting Guide Regulations
                                                (EC512/05)

     Item                               Column I                                   Column II       Column III
     Number                              Offence                                        Section Penalty for out of
                                                                                                 court settlement
     1 Registered guide failing to be in possession of registered                               $200 (individual)
           hunting guide license while acting as a guide................. 4(4) 2,000 (corporation)
     2 Licensed resident hunter hunting with or acting as a guide for
           more than two non-resident hunters at the same
           time......................................................................... 7(1)    200 (individual)
     3 Registered guide acting as a guide for more than four non-
           resident hunters at the same time................................. 7(2)               200 (individual)
     4 Registered guide hunting while acting as a guide................ 7(3)                     200 (individual)
     5 Registered outfitter failing to ensure that a registered guide
           employed by the registered outfitter does not act as a guide
           for more than four non-resident hunters at the same                                   200 (individual)
           time................................................................. 7(5) 2,000 (corporation)
     6 Registered guide failing to collect and submit to the Minister
           information returns and biological parts of wildlife from
           non-resident hunter............................................... 8(1)               200 (individual)
     7 Non-resident hunter hunting, taking or killing wildlife or
           attempting to hunt, take or kill wildlife without being in
           the company of a licensed resident hunter or registered
           guide................................................................ 8(2)            200 (individual)
     8 Person contravening terms or conditions in person's
           registered hunting guide license or registered hunting                                200 (individual)
           outfitter license.................................................... 9(1) 2,000 (corporation)
     9 Person acting as a guide for profit without holding a valid                               200 (individual)
           hunting license..................................................... 10(1)(a) 2,000 (corporation)
     10 Person acting as a guide for profit without holding a valid                              200 (individual)
           registered hunting guide license................................ 10(1)(b) 2,000 (corporation)
     11 Person holding himself or herself out as a guide without                                 200 (individual)
           holding a valid hunting license................................. 10(2)(a) 2,000 (corporation)
     12 Person holding himself or herself out as a guide without                                 200 (individual)
           holding a valid registered hunting guide license.............. 10(2)(b) 2,000 (corporation)
     13 Person acting as an outfitter for profit without holding a valid                         200 (individual)
           hunting license................................................... 11(1)(a) 2,000 (corporation)
     14 Person acting as an outfitter for profit without holding a valid                         200 (individual)
           registered hunting outfitter license.............................. 11(1)(b) 2,000 (corporation)
     15 Person holding himself or herself out as an outfitter without                            200 (individual)
           holding a valid hunting license................................. 11(2)(a) 2,000 (corporation)
     16 Person holding himself or herself out as an outfitter without                            200 (individual)
           holding a valid registered hunting outfitter license ......... 11(2)(b) 2,000 (corporation)
     17 Non-resident person hunting without holding a valid non-
           resident hunting license.......................................... 12(a)              200 (individual)
     18 Non-resident person hunting without being accompanied by a
           licensed resident hunter or a registered guide................ 12(b)                  200 (individual)
      (EC58/08; 380/08)
 
 
 
 

General Regulations, P.E.I. Reg. EC249/02

Citation: General Regulations, P.E.I. Reg. EC249/02
Enabling Statute: Companion Animal Protection Act, R.S.P.E.I. 1988, c. C-14.1
URL: http://www.canlii.org/pe/laws/regu/2002r.249/20080715/whole.html
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                             PLEASE NOTE
This document, prepared by the Legislative Counsel Office, is an office
consolidation of this regulation, current to February 1, 2004. It is intended for
information and reference purposes only.

This document is not the official version of these regulations. The regulations and
the amendments printed in the Royal Gazette should be consulted to determine the
authoritative text of these regulations.

For more information concerning the history of these regulations, please see the
Table of Regulations.

If you find any errors or omissions in this consolidation, please contact:

                             Legislative Counsel Office
                                Tel: (902) 368-4291
                            Email: legislation@gov.pe.ca
 
CHAPTER C-14.1

            COMPANION ANIMAL PROTECTION ACT

                            REGULATIONS

Pursuant to section 18 of the Companion Animal Protection Act S.P.E.I.
2001, c.4, Council made the following regulations:

1. In these regulations                                                   Definitions

    (a) "Act" means the Companion Animal Protection Act;                  Act

    (b) "circus" means a companion animal establishment that shows or     circus
    displays companion animals and that moves from place to place for
    that purpose;
    (c) "Code" means the Code incorporated by reference under clause      Code
    2(c);
    (d) "Guide" means the Guide incorporated by reference under clause    Guide
    2(b);
    (e) "Manual" means the Manual incorporated by reference under         Manual
    clause 2(d);
    (f) "pet store" means a companion animal establishment that sells     pet store
    companion animals on a regular basis and includes an establishment
    operated by the Society;
    (g) "Report" means the Report incorporated by reference under         Report
    clause 2(a);
    (h) "zoo" means a companion animal establishment that shows or        zoo
    displays companion animals at a fixed or permanent location.
    (EC249/02)

                          CODES AND MANUALS
2. The following codes and manuals of animal care, maintenance,           Incorporation of
treatment and procedures, as amended from time to time, are               codes and manuals

incorporated by reference as part of these regulations for the purposes
specified in these regulations:
     (a) the 2000 Report of the American Veterinary Medical Association
     Panel on Euthanasia, published in the Journal of the American
     Veterinary Medical Association, volume 218, number 5, March 1,
     2001, p.669;



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                             (b) the Guide to the Care and Use of Experimental Animals,
                             published by the Canadian Council on Animal Care, volume 1 (2nd
                             ed.) 1993 and volume 2, 1984, both as supplemented by policies and
                             guidelines published and revised from time to time by the Canadian
                             Council on Animal Care;
                             (c) A Code of Practice for Canadian Kennel Operations, published
                             by the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association, 1994;
                             (d) the Animal Husbandry Manual, published by the Pet Industry
                             Joint Advisory Council, 1987. (EC249/02)

                                              ACCEPTED ACTIVITIES
Description of          3. A companion animal used for research or teaching must be kept in
designated activities   accordance with the standards of care, maintenance and treatment set out
-research and
teaching                in the Guide. (EC249/02)
Euthanasia              4. Euthanasia of a companion animal must be carried out in accordance
                        with the procedures set out in either the Report or the Guide. (EC249/02)

                                      COMPANION ANIMAL ESTABLISHMENTS
Cats and dogs           5. (1) Subject to subsection (3), the licensee of a companion animal
                        establishment at which cats and dogs are housed shall ensure that
                             (a) the companion animal establishment is constructed in accordance
                             with the standards for constructions set out in the Code; and
                             (b) the cats and dogs kept in the companion animal establishment are
                             provided with the standards of animal care, maintenance and
                             treatment set out in the Code.
Other animals             (2) The licensee of a companion animal establishment shall ensure that
                        companion animals, other than cats and dogs, are provided with the
                        standards of animal care, maintenance and treatment set out in the
                        Manual.
Housing standards         (3) Where there is a conflict between this section and a provision of
for cats and dogs       the Housing Standards for Cats and Dogs in Companion Animal
regulations prevail
                        Establishments Regulations (EC/682/03), the provision of the Housing
                        Standards for Cats and Dogs in Companion Animal Establishments
                        Regulations shall prevail to the extent of the conflict. (EC249/02;
                        683/03)
Types                   6. For the purposes of these regulations, the following types of
                        companion animal establishments are established:
                            (a) pet stores;
                            (b) circuses;
                            (c) zoos. (EC249/02)


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                       PROHIBITED PRACTICES
7. No person who owns or has custody or control of a companion animal            Contests
shall permit or cause it to engage in a contest involving fighting by the
companion animal and any other animal. (EC249/02)
8. No person shall keep or confine a companion animal in any place,              Dangerous
including a companion animal establishment, or in any vehicle, that              confinement

contains an item or debris or is in a state of such disrepair that the item or
debris or state of disrepair constitutes a hazard likely to injure, or
endanger the health of, the companion animal. (EC249/02)

                         EXCLUDED ANIMALS
9. Fish of all species, types and categories are prescribed to be excluded       Fish
animals. (EC249/02)

                     OFFICERS AND INSPECTORS
10. (1) Unless the appointment of an officer is sooner terminated by the         Termination of
Minister, the appointment is terminated on the officer's ceasing to be           appointment of an
                                                                                 officer
     (a) a member or employee of the Society; or
     (b) a veterinarian.
  (2) Where the appointment of a person as an inspector or officer either        Return of certificate
expires or is terminated, the person shall return the certificate of             of appointment

appointment issued to the person under subsection 5(3) of the Act.
(EC249/02)
11. (1) The appeals officer may not be paid more than $500 for each day          Remuneration of
worked in accordance with the Act.                                               appeals officer


  (2) Unless the appointment of the appeals officer is sooner terminated         Termination of
by the Minister, the appointment is terminated on the appeals officer's          appointment of an
                                                                                 appeals officer
ceasing to be a veterinarian. (EC249/02)

                                 ORDERS
12. An order made under subsection 7(2) or 8(1) of the Act shall include         Content
the following information:
     (a) a description of each companion animal in distress;
     (b) a description of the nature of the distress;
     (c) a statement of the actions required to relieve the distress of the
     companion animal or to improve the conditions that are causing the
     distress that
        (i) contains a standard of care that the inspector or officer
        considers appropriate from a manual or code incorporated by


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                            reference in these regulations, where there is such a standard of
                            care, or
                            (ii) contains a standard of care instructed by a veterinarian;
                         (d) the name of the examining veterinarian, if the order contains a
                         standard of care as instructed by the examining veterinarian;
                         (e) the date of the order;
                         (f) the name and signature of the inspector or officer issuing the
                         order;
                         (g) a description of or the name of the place where the animal was
                         found;
                         (h) the name of the person to whom the order was issued.
                         (EC249/02)

                             RECOVERY OF AN ANIMAL WITH THE SOCIETY
Seven days to       13. (1) For the purposes of subsection 9.1(1) of the Act, a companion
recover             animal placed in the possession and charge of the Society may be
                    recovered in accordance with the Act and these regulations within seven
                    days of the day the animal was caught or removed, as the case may be.
Exception -rabies     (2) Where a companion animal placed in the possession and charge of
                    the Society is under observation for rabies, it may be kept by the Society
                    until released by a veterinarian, and the time for the recovery of the
                    animal under subsection (1) runs from the day the animal is released.
Exception - non-      (3) Where a companion animal is placed in the possession and charge
compliance with     of the Society after being removed pursuant to clause 9(2)(b) of the Act,
order
                    because an order has not been complied with, the animal shall be kept by
                    the Society until the order is complied with, as determined by an
                    inspector or officer, and the time for the recovery of the animal under
                    subsection (1) runs from the earlier of
                         (a) the day the order is complied with; and
                         (b) two weeks after the day the animal was removed. (EC249/02)

                                          LICENSE APPLICATIONS
Required            14. For the purposes of clause 10.2(1)(a) of the Act, a license application
information         shall include the following information respecting the companion animal
                    establishment for which the application is made:
                         (a) the name of the companion animal establishment;
                         (b) the location of the companion animal establishment;
                         (c) the name of the owner of the companion animal establishment
                         and the person, if any, operating the companion animal
                         establishment for the owner;
                         (d) the type of companion animal establishment that is to be
                         operated;


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                                      Regulations


     (e) the types of companion animals that are to be kept or housed.
     (EC249/02)

                                            FEES
15. The fee payable to the Provincial Treasurer                                                    License fees
    (a) for a license application is .......................................................$50;
    and
    (b) for the issuance of a license is .................................................$50.
    (EC249/02)
16. The fee payable to the Society under subclause 13(1)(a)(i) of the Act                          Society fees
for the care and maintenance of a companion animal is $18 per day.
(EC249/02)
17. No interest on any fees and costs owing to the Society may be paid                             No interest to be
by the Minister in respect of any reimbursement paid to the Society in                             paid

accordance with subsection 13(5) of the Act. (EC249/02)




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Animal species or categories designated under Division IV.1.1 of the Animal Health Protection Act, Regulation respecting the, R.Q. c. P-42, r.1.01

Citation: Animal species or categories designated under Division IV.1.1 of the Animal Health Protection Act, Regulation respecting the, R.Q. c. P-42, r.1.01
Enabling Statute: Animal Health Protection Act, R.S.Q. c. P-42
URL: http://www.canlii.org/qc/laws/regu/p-42r.1.01/20080715/whole.html
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c. P-42, r.1.01


 

Regulation respecting the animal species or categories designated under Division IV.1.1 of the Animal Health Protection Act


 

Animal Health Protection Act
 (R.S.Q., c. P-42, s. 55.9.1 ; 2000, c. 40, s. 28)
 
 

By-law concerning standards of conduct on the suburban train system, R.Q. c. A-7.02, r.1

Citation: By-law concerning standards of conduct on the suburban train system, R.Q. c. A-7.02, r.1
Enabling Statute: Agence métropolitaine de transport, An Act respecting the, R.S.Q. c. A-7.02
URL: http://www.canlii.org/qc/laws/regu/a-7.02r.1/20080715/whole.html
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c. A-7.02, r.1


 

By-law concerning standards of conduct on the suburban train system


 

An Act respecting the Agence métropolitaine de transport
 (R.S.Q., c. A-7.02, s. 26, 98 and 155)


 

DIVISION  I
APPLICATION AND DEFINITION


 

1.   This By-law establishes the standards of conduct to be observed by persons on the suburban train system, consisting of trains, train stations, platforms and parking areas operated by the Agence métropolitaine de transport.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 1.


 

2.   In this By-law, «agent» means an employee or a representative of the Agency or of a railway company who is assigned to the suburban train system.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 2.


 

DIVISION  II
TRANSIT TICKETS AND PASSES


 

3.   Any person in a user control area designated by signage or ground markings shall have a valid transit ticket or pass in his possession at all times.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 3.


 

4.   Any person at least 13 years old who uses a reduced-fare ticket or pass established by the Agency and who is in a train or a user control area shall have in his possession at all times a reduced-fare access card issued by the Agency or an identity card issued by a municipality for public transit purposes or by a public transit operating authority whose territory is included in whole or in part in that of the Agency.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 4.


 

5.   No person shall use the same transit ticket or pass simultaneously with another person.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 5.


 

DIVISION  III
CIVIC DUTY


 

6.   On the suburban train system, no person shall:


 

  (1)    hinder or obstruct user traffic;


 

  (2)    refuse to move when required to do so by an inspector or agent.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 6.


 

7.   No person shall circulate on a bicycle, roller skates, a scooter or a skateboard in a station, on a platform, on a pedestrian walkway, in a stairway or in a train.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 7.


 

8.   No person shall circulate on a motorcycle or a moped on the suburban train system except in a parking area.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 8.


 

9.   No person shall lie on the seats or on the floor in a train, in a station or on a platform.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 9.


 

10.   No person shall smoke or light a lighter or a match in a train, a station or a shelter on a platform.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 10.


 

11.   No person shall consume alcoholic beverages on the suburban train system.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 11.


 

12.   No person shall cause a disturbance in a train, a station or a shelter on a platform.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 12.


 

13.   No person shall operate a radio, a tape recorder or any other similar device, unless he uses headphones, in a train, a station or a shelter on a platform.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 13.


 

14.   On the suburban train system, no person shall offer for sale or rent a good or a service or shall otherwise advertise, without the written authorization of the Agency.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 14.


 

15.   In a train, in a control area or on a platform, no person shall, without the written authorization of the Agency:


 

  (1)    solicit or collect donations;


 

  (2)    solicit or collect signatures;


 

  (3)    conduct surveys, polls or other studies;


 

  (4)    offer or distribute pamphlets, handbills, leaflets or any other printed material.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 15.


 

16.   In a train, on a platform or in a user control area, no person shall perform vocal or instrumental music or otherwise perform, without the written authorization of the Agency.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 16.


 

17.   In a train, in a station, in a control area or on a platform, no person shall be in possession of a knife, sword, axe, machete or other similar object without a valid reason.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 17.


 

18.   In a train, in a station, in a control area or on a platform, no person shall be in possession of explosives, fireworks or any hazardous or foul-smelling material.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 18.


 

DIVISION  IV
TRANSPORT OF ANIMALS, SKIS OR BICYCLES


 

19.   No person shall be found on a train, in a station or on a platform with an animal, unless:


 

  (1)    he is handicapped and is accompanied by a seeing-eye dog; or


 

  (2)    the animal is a dog weighing less than 10 kilograms, a cat or a pet bird that is transported at all times in a cage or in the person's arms and on a leash.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 19.


 

20.   No person shall be found on a train with skis, a sled, a toboggan or any other similar object between 6:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. or between 3:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. from Monday to Friday with the exception of January 1 and 2, Good Friday, December 25 and 26, and any other time identified for that purpose by signage.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 20.


 

21.   No person shall transport in a train a bicycle or a trailer that can be attached thereto between November 1 and May 1.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 21.


 

22.   No person shall transport a bicycle or its trailer in a train unless he is at least 14 years old or accompanied by a person who is at least 14 years old.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 22.


 

23.   No person shall transport a bicycle or its trailer in a train from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. or from 3:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. from Monday to Friday with the exception of the Monday preceding May 25, June 24, July 1, the first Monday of September and the second Monday of October or any other time identified for that purpose by signage.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 23.


 

24.   No person shall transport a bicycle or its trailer in a train except in train cars identified for that purpose by signage.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 24.


 

25.   No person shall get on or off a train with a bicycle or its trailer except in stations identified for that purpose by signage.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 25.


 

26.   No person shall transport a bicycle or its trailer in a train car if it already contains four bicycles or the posted number of bicycles.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 26.


 

27.   No person shall lean a bicycle anywhere except on the racks provided for that purpose.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 27.


 

28.   No person shall leave a bicycle or its trailer for more than 72 consecutive hours on property of the suburban train system.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 28.


 

DIVISION  V
SYSTEM OPERATIONS


 

29.   No person shall insert in a ticket vending machine or a changemaker anything except Canadian coins or banknotes or an electronic cash card.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 29.


 

30.   No person shall deposit or leave any trash, paper or other solid or liquid waste anywhere except in receptacles provided for that purpose or shall otherwise soil the property of the system.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 30.


 

31.   No person shall soil the seat of a train, a station or a platform, in particular by placing his feet thereon, or by placing on such seat an object likely to soil it.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 31.


 

32.   No person shall damage any property of the system, in particular with writing or graffiti.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 32.


 

33.   No person shall:


 

  (1)    prevent or delay the closure of an exterior train door;


 

  (2)    open an exterior door of a moving train.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 33.


 

34.   No person shall:


 

  (1)    get on or off a moving train;


 

  (2)    hang onto the outside of a train;


 

  (3)    gain access to the roof of a train or a component of a train's power supply.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 34.


 

35.   No person shall handle system property whose use is reserved exclusively for agents.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 35.


 

36.   Except in an emergency, no person shall:


 

  (1)    operate the emergency mechanism to open a door;


 

  (2)    use an emergency exit;


 

  (3)    activate the emergency brakes;


 

  (4)    use any other system safety equipment.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 36.


 

37.   On the suburban train system, no person shall move an operating, information or advertising sign, a poster or a safety cordon.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 37.


 

38.   No person shall:


 

  (1)    enter the safety zone at the edge of a platform, except to get on or off a train or to use a pedestrian walkway;


 

  (2)    climb over a fence alongside a railway track or system property.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 38.


 

39.   Except in an emergency or with the authorization of an agent, no person shall gain access to a railway track, a tunnel or an area reserved, by signage, exclusively for agents.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 39.


 

40.   No person shall gain access to a train, a station or a platform between 2:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 40.


 

DIVISION  VI
PARKING AREAS


 

41.   No person shall stop a road vehicle in a parking area at the following locations:


 

  (1)    in a lane reserved for vehicle traffic;


 

  (2)    in a place where signs prohibiting parking are posted;


 

  (3)    in a waiting area, unless the vehicle is continuously under the driver's supervision.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 41.


 

42.   No person shall drive a road vehicle in a parking area:


 

  (1)    at a speed greater than 15 kilometres an hour;


 

  (2)    in contravention of the posted signs.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 42.


 

43.   No person shall leave a road vehicle parked in a parking area between 2:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m., except in a place indicated for such purpose.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 43.


 

DIVISION  VII
FINAL PROVISIONS


 

44.   Every person who contravenes a provision of sections 3 to 39 and 41 is liable to a fine of not less than 75 $ and not more than 150 $, under section 98 of the Act respecting the Agence métropolitaine de transport.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 44.


 

45.   A person authorized by the Agency to carry out an activity shall at all times be in possession of the Agency's written authorization and documents attesting to his identity or that of the body he represents.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 45.


 

46.   The present By-law replaces By-law CA-77 adopted by the Société de transport de la Communauté urbaine de Montréal on August 23, 1995, and entitled Règlement concernant le transport et la conduite des voyageurs par train de banlieue sur le service de la ligne Montréal/Deux-Montagnes organisé par la STCUM.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 46.


 

47.   Omitted.


 

O.C. 979-98, s. 47.


 

 


O.C. 979-98, 1998 G.O. 2, 3597
 


 

 


 

1.   Domestic animals and animals kept in captivity, other than those governed by the Act respecting the conservation and development of wildlife (R.S.Q., c. C-61.1), and that belong to the following species or categories are governed by Division IV.1.1 of the Animal Health Protection Act (R.S.Q., c. P-42):


 

  (1)    dogs ( Canis familiaris) ; and


 

  (2)    cats ( Felis catus).


 

O.C. 1151-2004, s. 1.


 

2.   This Regulation comes into force on 6 January 2005.


 

O.C. 1151-2004, s. 2.


 

 


O.C. 1151-2004, 2004 G.O. 2, 3592