33/99: Classes of Business Premises Regulation
B.C. Reg. 33/99
O.C. 162/99
Deposited February 4, 1999
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Vancouver Charter


[includes amendments up to B.C. Reg. 367/2005, December 13, 2005]


1 Words and expressions used in this regulation to denote any premises in which a business is carried on have the same meaning as the corresponding words or expressions in By-law No. 4450 or By-law No. 2807 of the City of Vancouver.

Prescribed classes of business premises

2 The following classes of business premises are prescribed for the purposes of section 279A.1 of the Vancouver Charter:

(a) bottle depots;

(b) cheque cashing centres;

(c) business premises of pawnbrokers;

(d) business premises of retail dealers, including retail dealers-food;

(e) business premises of second hand dealers;

(f) business premises of social escort services;

(f.1) business premises of dating services;

(g) fitness centres;

(h) hairdressing salons;

(i) laundries;

(j) limited service food establishments;

(k) postal rental agencies;

(l) restaurants, including class and class 2 restaurants;

(m) tanning/skin care salons;

(n) theatres;

(o) extended hours liquor establishments, including class 1 to 7 extended hours liquor establishments;

(p) standard hours liquor establishments, including class 1 to 7 standard hours liquor establishments.

[am. B.C. Regs. 83/99; 367/2005.]

[Provisions of the Vancouver Charter, S.B.C. 1953, c. 55, relevant to the enactment of this regulation: section 279A.1]

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