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1In this schedule, “the premises” means, in relation to any premises licence, the premises specified in the licence.
2(1)Alcohol is to be sold on the premises only in accordance with the operating plan contained in the licence.
(2)Nothing in sub-paragraph (1) is to be read as preventing or restricting the doing of anything referred to in section 63(2).
3Any other activity to be carried on in the premises is to be carried on only in accordance with the operating plan contained in the licence.
4(1)Alcohol is not to be sold on the premises at any time when—
(a)there is no premises manager in respect of the premises,
(b)the premises manager does not hold a personal licence,
(c)the personal licence held by the premises manager is suspended, or
(d)the licensing qualification held by the premises manager is not the appropriate licensing qualification in relation to the premises.
(2)In sub-paragraph (1), “appropriate licensing qualification” in relation to any licensed premises means any licensing qualification prescribed as such in relation to licensed premises of that description in regulations under section 91(2)(d).
(3)Nothing in sub-paragraph (1) or paragraph 5 is to be read as requiring the premises manager to be present on the premises at the time any sale of alcohol is made.
5Every sale of alcohol made on the premises must be authorised (whether generally or specifically) by—
(a)the premises manager, or
(b)another person who holds a personal licence.
6(1)No person (other than a person who holds a personal licence) is to work in the premises in the capacity mentioned in sub-paragraph (2) unless that person has complied with such requirements as to the training of staff as may be prescribed for the purposes of this paragraph.
(2)That is a capacity (whether paid or unpaid) which involves the person—
(a)making sales of alcohol, or
(b)where alcohol is sold on the premises for consumption on the premises, serving such alcohol to any person.
(3)Regulations under sub-paragraph (1) prescribing training requirements may, in particular—
(a)provide for the accreditation by the Scottish Ministers of—
(i)courses of training, and
(ii)persons providing such courses,
for the purposes of the regulations,
(b)prescribe different training requirements in relation to different descriptions of persons,
(c)require that any person providing training or any particular description of training in accordance with the regulations hold a personal licence or such other qualification as may be prescribed in the regulations, and
(d)require training to be undergone again at such intervals as may be prescribed in the regulations.
7Where the price at which any alcohol sold on the premises is varied—
(a)the variation (referred to in this paragraph as “the earlier price variation”) may be brought into effect only at the beginning of a period of licensed hours, and
(b)no further variation of the price at which that or any other alcohol is sold on the premises may be brought into effect before the expiry of the period of 72 hours beginning with the coming into effect of the earlier price variation.
8(1)An irresponsible drinks promotion must not be carried on in or in connection with the premises.
(2)Subject to sub-paragraph (3), a drinks promotion is irresponsible if it—
(a)relates specifically to an alcoholic drink likely to appeal largely to persons under the age of 18,
(b)involves the supply of an alcoholic drink free of charge or at a reduced price on the purchase of one or more drinks (whether or not alcoholic drinks),
(c)involves the supply free of charge or at a reduced price of one or more extra measures of an alcoholic drink on the purchase of one or more measures of the drink,
(d)involves the supply of unlimited amounts of alcohol for a fixed charge (including any charge for entry to the premises),
(e)encourages, or seeks to encourage, a person to buy or consume a larger measure of alcohol than the person had otherwise intended to buy or consume,
(f)is based on the strength of any alcohol,
(g)rewards or encourages, or seeks to reward or encourage, drinking alcohol quickly, or
(h)offers alcohol as a reward or prize, unless the alcohol is in a sealed container and consumed off the premises.
(3)Paragraphs (b) to (d) of sub-paragraph (2) apply only to a drinks promotion carried on in relation to alcohol sold for consumption on the premises.
(4)The Scottish Ministers may by regulations modify sub-paragraph (2) or (3) so as to—
(a)add further descriptions of drinks promotions,
(b)modify any of the descriptions of drinks promotions for the time being listed in it, or
(c)extend or restrict the application of any of those descriptions of drinks promotions.
(5)In this paragraph, “drinks promotion” means, in relation to any premises, any activity which promotes, or seeks to promote, the buying or consumption of any alcohol on the premises.
9(1)The conditions specified in this paragraph apply only to the extent that the premises licence authorises the sale of alcohol for consumption on the premises.
(2)Tap water fit for drinking must be provided free of charge on request.
(3)Other non-alcoholic drinks must be available for purchase at a reasonable price.
10(1)The condition specified in sub-paragraph (2) applies only in relation to a premises licence in respect of which an annual or other recurring fee is to be paid by virtue of regulations under section 136(1).
(2)The fee must be paid as required by the regulations.
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