HONOURABLE SHIRLEY BOND
MINISTER OF JUSTICE

BILL 8 — 2013

MISCELLANEOUS STATUTES AMENDMENT ACT, 2013

HER MAJESTY, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of British Columbia, enacts as follows:

Part 1 — Children and Family Development Amendments

Child, Family and Community Service Act

1 Section 5 (2) (f) of the Child, Family and Community Service Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 46, is amended by striking out "family violence." and substituting "domestic violence."

2 Section 13 is amended

(a) by repealing subsection (1) (e) and substituting the following:

(e) if the child is emotionally harmed by

(i)  the parent’s conduct, or

(ii)  living in a situation where there is domestic violence by or towards a person with whom the child resides; ,

(b) in subsection (1.1) by striking out "and section 14 (1) (a)", and

(c) by adding the following subsection:

(1.2) For the purpose of subsection (1) (a) and (c) but without limiting the circumstances that may increase the likelihood of physical harm to a child, the likelihood of physical harm to a child increases when the child is living in a situation where there is domestic violence by or towards a person with whom the child resides.

3 Section 16 is amended

(a) in subsection (2) by striking out "After the assessment," and substituting "After the assessment under subsection (1.1) (b) or (1.2),",

(b) in subsection (2) by striking out "or" at the end of paragraph (b) and by adding the following paragraph:

(b.1) conduct an assessment of the family respecting

(i)  the child’s safety, and

(ii)  whether it is necessary to provide to the family available services to

(A)  support and assist the family to care for the child, and

(B)  make the family safe for the child, or ,

(c) in subsection (3) by striking out "result of the investigation" and substituting "result of the assessment under subsection (2) (b.1) or investigation", and

(d) in subsections (3) (b), (4) and (5) (a) by striking out "the investigation" and substituting "the assessment or investigation".

4 Section 20 (2) is repealed and the following substituted:

(2) If a director concludes after

(a) an assessment under section 16 (2) (b.1) that it is necessary to provide services, or

(b) an investigation under section 16 (2) (c) that the child needs protection,

the director may offer to refer the parent or, if the parent is unavailable, another family member to a family conference coordinator.

5 Section 74 (2) (f) is repealed and the following substituted:

(f) the powers of the commissioner apply to

(i)  a request from a person under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act that the commissioner review any decision, act or omission of a director in respect of section 76 or 77 of this Act,

(ii)  a complaint by a person that information has been disclosed in contravention of section 75 of this Act, and

(iii)  the exercise of a director’s powers, duties and functions under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

6 Section 75 is amended by repealing paragraphs (a) and (b) and substituting the following:

(a) section 24 or 79 of this Act, or

(b) the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, subject to section 74 of this Act.

7 Section 77 (2) (b) is amended by striking out "during an investigation under section 16," and substituting "during an assessment under section 16 (2) (b.1) or an investigation under section 16 (2) (c),".

8 The following section is added:

Intervention in Family Law Act proceedings

97.1  A director may apply under section 204 (2) of the Family Law Act to the court, as defined in that Act, for leave to intervene in a proceeding under that Act if the director considers it is in the best interests of a child to do so.

Part 2 — Education Amendment

School Act

9 The School Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 412, is amended by adding the following section:

Use of board property

85.1  (1) In this section:

"board property", in relation to a board, means board-owned land or improvements in the board’s school district that are or have been used, or are intended for use, for educational activities;

"business day" means any day that is not a Saturday or a holiday;

"care program" has the same meaning as in the Child Care Licensing Regulation, B.C. Reg. 332/2007;

"educational activities" means the provision of educational programs, and includes early learning programs and extracurricular school activities;

"licensed child care provider" means a person who is licensed under the Community Care and Assisted Living Act to provide one or more of the following care programs:

(a) Group Child Care (Under 36 Months), being a program that provides care to children who are younger than 36 months old;

(b) Group Child Care (30 Months to School Age), being a program that provides care to preschool children;

(c) Preschool (30 Months to School Age), being a program that provides care to preschool children who are at least

(i)  30 months old on entrance to the program, and

(ii)  36 months old by December 31 of the year of entrance;

(d) Group Child Care (School Age), being a program that provides, before or after school hours or during periods of school closure, care to children who attend school, including kindergarten;

(e) Occasional Child Care, being a program that provides, on an occasional or short-term basis, care to preschool children who are at least 18 months old;

(f) Multi-Age Child Care, being a program that provides, within each group, care to children of various ages.

(2) Subject to subsection (3), a board must establish a policy promoting the use of board property by licensed child care providers on business days between the hours of 7 a.m. and 6 p.m.

(3) The board must ensure that

(a) any use referred to in subsection (2) does not disrupt or otherwise interfere with the provision of educational activities, and

(b) subject to subsection (4), any revenue obtained by the board from the use referred to in subsection (2) is not more than the direct and indirect costs incurred and to be incurred by the board as a result of making that use available.

(4) Subsection (3) (b) does not apply to any arrangement in place at the time of the coming into force of this section under which board property is being made available to a licensed child care provider but does apply to any renewal or extension of that arrangement.

Part 3 — Energy, Mines and Natural Gas Amendments

Clean Energy Act

10 Section 3 (6) (a) of the Clean Energy Act, S.B.C. 2010, c. 22, is amended by striking out "30 months" and substituting "38 months".

Liquor Control and Licensing Act

11 Section 1 (1) of the Liquor Control and Licensing Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 267, is amended

(a) by adding the following definitions:

"charitable fundraiser" means an organization, incorporated or unincorporated, in a prescribed class of non-profit organizations;

"charitable representative" means an individual in a prescribed relationship to an unincorporated charitable fundraiser; , and

(b) by repealing the definition of " "licence" or "permit" " and substituting the following:

"licence" means a licence issued under this Act;

"permit" means a permit issued under this Act; .

12 The following section is added:

Auctions for charitable fundraising

7.2  (1) Subject to this section and the regulations, if any, the general manager, having regard for the public interest, may, on application, issue a permit to a person for the sale of liquor by auction if the general manager is satisfied that

(a) the person is a charitable fundraiser or charitable representative, and

(b) the purpose of the auction is to raise funds for a charitable purpose.

(2) An application under this section must be in the form established by the general manager and accompanied by the prescribed fee.

(3) A permit under this section

(a) must specify where and when the auction is permitted to be held,

(b) may specify

(i)  the types of liquor permitted to be auctioned, and

(ii)  the maximum quantity of liquor, by type or in total, permitted to be auctioned, and

(c) may include other terms and conditions, consistent with this Act and the regulations, that the general manager considers to be in the public interest.

(4) Subject to the regulations, if any, the general manager, having regard for the public interest, may determine how frequently a permit may be issued under this section to a person or in respect of a place.

(5) A person to whom a permit has been issued under this section may sell liquor by auction in accordance with this Act, the regulations and the terms and conditions of the permit.

(6) If, in the general manager’s opinion or in the opinion of a peace officer, there is a breach of this Act or the regulations, or of a federal, Provincial or municipal enactment relating to the sale, purchase or consumption of liquor, the general manager or the peace officer may cancel a permit issued under this section.

(7) The general manager or a peace officer may cancel a permit issued under this section if, in the general manager’s opinion or in the opinion of the peace officer,

(a) the circumstances on the basis of which the permit was applied for and issued have changed so that they no longer meet the requirements of this Act or the regulations for issuance of the permit, or

(b) the circumstances on the basis of which the permit was issued did not exist at the time the permit was issued or the permit was otherwise issued in error.

(8) A person who sells liquor by auction under this section must

(a) prepare and maintain the prescribed records,

(b) produce for inspection, at the request of the general manager, any record prescribed under paragraph (a),

(c) hold the funds raised by the auction in the manner prescribed, if any, and

(d) use the funds raised by the auction

(i)  for the charitable purpose for which the permit was issued or, with the approval of the general manager, another charitable purpose the general manager considers appropriate in the circumstances, and

(ii)  within the prescribed period of time or, with the approval of the general manager, another period of time the general manager considers appropriate in the circumstances.

13 The following section is added:

Auctions for charitable fundraising – small quantities

7.3  (1) A person may sell liquor by auction in accordance with this Act and the regulations without a permit issued under section 7.2 if

(a) the person is a charitable fundraiser or charitable representative,

(b) the purpose of the auction is to raise funds for a charitable purpose, and

(c) the person offers no more than the prescribed quantity of liquor for sale at the auction.

(2) Despite subsection (1), a person is not authorized to sell liquor under this section for the prescribed period of time immediately after any of the following has sold liquor under this section:

(a) the person;

(b) if the person is a charitable representative of a charitable fundraiser, another charitable representative of the charitable fundraiser.

14 Section 38 is amended

(a) by repealing subsection (2.1) and substituting the following:

(2.1) An agent as defined in section 1 or a liquor manufacturer may give liquor that has been purchased from the Liquor Distribution Branch to

(a) a person to whom a special occasion licence has been issued under section 7, to sell in accordance with this Act, the regulations and the terms and conditions of the licence, if

(i)  the person is a charitable fundraiser or charitable representative, and

(ii)  the purpose of the special occasion is to raise funds for a charitable purpose,

(b) a person to whom a permit has been issued under section 7.2, to sell by auction in accordance with this Act, the regulations and the terms and conditions of the permit, and

(c) a person authorized to sell the liquor by auction under section 7.3, to sell by auction in accordance with this Act and the regulations. ,

(b) in subsection (3) (a) by adding "by the licensee" after "purchased", and

(c) by adding the following subsections:

(4) Despite subsection (3) (a), a person to whom a special occasion licence has been issued under section 7 may sell, in accordance with this Act, the regulations and the terms and conditions of the licence, liquor that has been purchased from the Liquor Distribution Branch and given to the person by an agent as defined in section 1 or a liquor manufacturer if

(a) the person is a charitable fundraiser or charitable representative, and

(b) the purpose of the special occasion is to raise funds for a charitable purpose.

(5) A person may sell liquor to the Liquor Distribution Branch.

15 Section 84 is amended

(a) in subsection (2) by adding the following paragraphs:

(b.6) respecting the issue of permits and all matters relating to the sale of liquor under section 7.2;

(b.7) respecting all matters relating to the sale of liquor under section 7.3; , and

(b) by adding the following subsections:

(6) Without limiting subsection (2) (b.6), regulations made under that subsection may provide for the issue of different classes or categories of permits in relation to

(a) different types and quantities of liquor to be sold, and

(b) different classes or categories of applicants for permits.

(7) Without limiting subsection (2) (b.6) or (b.7), regulations made under subsection (2) (b.6) or (b.7) may

(a) specify the types of liquor that may be sold by auction,

(b) specify the places where liquor may be sold by auction,

(c) specify requirements relating to the storage of liquor at the place where the liquor is to be or has been sold by auction,

(d) prohibit or restrict the consumption of liquor sold by auction at the place where the liquor was sold by auction, and

(e) establish rules regarding the presence of minors at places where liquor is sold by auction.

(8) Regulations referred to in section 7.2 (8), or made under subsections (2) (b.6) and (7) of this section, may be different for different classes or categories of permits.

Liquor Distribution Act

16 The definition of "authorized vendor" in section 1 (1) of the Liquor Distribution Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 268, is amended

(a) in paragraph (c) by adding "7 or" before "12", and

(b) by adding the following paragraph:

(c.1) a person authorized to sell liquor by auction under section 7.2 or 7.3 of the Liquor Control and Licensing Act, .

Part 4 — Environment Amendments

Integrated Pest Management Act

17 Section 38 (2) (d) of the Integrated Pest Management Act, S.B.C. 2003, c. 58, is repealed and the following substituted:

(d) prescribing for the purposes of section 4 [licence for sale or use of pesticides]

(i)  pesticides, uses, sales or services in respect of which section 4 (1) (a), (b), (c) or (d) does not apply,

(ii)  uses for the purposes of section 4 (1) (b), and

(iii)  circumstances in which a regulation under section 4 (1) (b) does not apply to a use prescribed for the purposes of that section; .

Provincial Symbols and Honours Act

18 The Provincial Symbols and Honours Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 380, is amended by adding the following sections:

Fish emblem

6.2  (1) In this section and section 6.3, "Pacific Salmon" means the following species of the genus taxonomically known as Oncorhynchus:

(a) Oncorhynchus clarkii commonly known as cutthroat trout;

(b) Oncorhynchus gorbuscha commonly known as pink salmon;

(c) Oncorhynchus keta commonly known as chum salmon;

(d) Oncorhynchus kisutch commonly known as coho salmon;

(e) Oncorhynchus mykiss commonly known as steelhead;

(f) Oncorhynchus nerka commonly known as sockeye salmon;

(g) Oncorhynchus tshawytscha commonly known as chinook salmon.

(2) Pacific Salmon is the fish emblem of British Columbia.

Fish emblem regulations

6.3  The Lieutenant Governor in Council may make regulations establishing a symbol to represent Pacific Salmon.

Part 5 — Forests, Lands and Natural Resource
Operations Amendments

Forest Act

19 The definition of "bonus bid" in section 1 (1) of the Forest Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 157, is repealed and the following substituted:

"bonus bid" means

(a) a bid that is

(i)  tendered in order to acquire the right to harvest timber under an agreement under this Act,

(ii)  calculated on a dollar value per cubic metre of competitive species and forest products harvested and measured in compliance with the agreement, and

(iii)  payable from time to time in accordance with the agreement, or

(b) a bid that is

(i)  tendered in order to acquire the right to harvest timber under an agreement under this Act,

(ii)  calculated on a dollar value per cubic metre of competitive species and forest products that are attributed to the agreement under authority of a regulation made under section 75.1 (3) (b), and

(iii)  payable in accordance with the regulations; .

20 Section 14 is amended by adding the following paragraph:

(b.1) may require that timber harvesting under the licence be restricted to

(i)  a portion of a timber supply area, or

(ii)  a type of timber or terrain,

but this requirement must not be included in

(iii)  a replaceable forest licence entered into before the date this paragraph comes into force, or

(iv)  a replacement for a replaceable forest licence referred to in subparagraph (iii) of this paragraph.

21 Section 14.1 (2) is amended

(a) in paragraph (c) by adding "and" after "the minister,", and

(b) by repealing paragraph (d).

22 The following section is added:

Supplemental forest licence

14.2  (1) In this section:

"restricted forest licence" means a non-replaceable forest licence entered into under section 13 (6) for which applications are invited on or after July 1, 2011 from one or more categories of applicants as established under section 13 (2.1);

"supplemental forest licence" means a restricted forest licence that includes the condition described in subsection (2) of this section.

(2) A supplemental forest licence, in addition to setting out the matters described in section 14, must specify that timber may be harvested under the licence only if the minister is satisfied that the holder of the licence has taken the steps specified in the licence to obtain from other sources the timber and wood residue needed for processing facilities owned or leased by the holder.

(3) In respect of a supplemental forest licence, the requirement in section 14 (e) is subject to the condition referred to in subsection (2) of this section.

23 Section 54.4 is amended

(a) by repealing subsection (0.1) and substituting the following:

(0.1) In this section, "restricted forest licence" and "supplemental forest licence" have the same meaning as in section 14.2 (1). ,

(b) by repealing subsection (1) (a),

(c) in subsection (1.01) by adding "or supplemental forest licence" after "restricted forest licence", and

(d) by adding the following subsection:

(1.2) Despite any of the exceptions to the prohibitions on disposition in subsections (1) and (1.01), a person may not dispose of an agreement in respect of which rights are under suspension, in whole or in part, under section 76 or 78.

24 Section 75.1 is amended

(a) in subsection (3) (a) by adding ", subject to an applicable limit set out in an order issued under a regulation made under paragraph (a.1)," after "must be",

(b) in subsection (3) by adding the following paragraph:

(a.1) with respect to percentages prescribed under paragraph (a), authorizing the minister, subject to any terms specified in the regulation, to set, by order respecting an area, a limit on one or both of the following amounts:

(i)  the aggregate volume of downward adjustments that may be made to one or more types of licences in the area;

(ii)  the volume of downward adjustment that may be made to a licence or type of licence specified in the order, , and

(c) by adding the following subsections:

(3.1) If the minister is authorized to make an order under authority of a regulation made under subsection (3) (a.1), the order made under that authority must set out the following:

(a) the area for which the order is made;

(b) the licence or type of licence to which the order applies;

(c) the time period during which the limit applies;

(d) the grade and species of timber, or the uses of timber, to which the order applies.

(3.2) An order made under authority of a regulation made under subsection (3) (a.1) must be published by posting the order on a publicly accessible website maintained by or on behalf of the government.

Validation Provision

Land Act – validation

25  (1) In this section, "validation period" means the period beginning on July 1, 1983 and ending on the date this section comes into force.

(2) All interest charged, during the validation period, under whichever of section 22 of the Land Act, R.S.B.C. 1979, c. 214, and section 26 of the Land Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 245, applies at the relevant time is conclusively deemed to have been validly charged to the extent that the interest charged was calculated

(a) at the rate prescribed under the applicable section, and

(b) in the manner prescribed by section 5 of the Interest on Overdue Accounts Receivable Regulation, B.C. Reg. 214/83.

(3) This section is retroactive to the extent necessary to give full force and effect to its provisions and must not be construed as lacking retroactive effect in relation to any matter because it makes no specific reference to that matter.

Part 6 — Health Amendments

Forensic Psychiatry Act

26 Section 7 of the Forensic Psychiatry Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 156, is amended

(a) in subsection (1) by striking out "Subject to the Public Service Act, the commission" and substituting "The commission",

(b) in subsection (2) by striking out "and may declare that some or all of the Public Service Act applies to the executive director", and

(c) in subsection (3) by striking out "Despite the Public Service Act but with the approval of the minister, the commission" and substituting "The commission".

Medicare Protection Act

27 Section 1 of the Medicare Protection Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 286, is amended by repealing paragraph (c) of the definition of "resident" and substituting the following:

(c) is physically present in British Columbia for

(i)  at least 6 months in a calendar year, or

(ii)  a shorter prescribed period, .

28 Section 51 (2) is amended by adding the following paragraph:

(s) for the purposes of paragraph (c) (ii) of the definition of "resident" in section 1,

(i)  prescribing periods,

(ii)  establishing limits and conditions that must be met for a shorter period to apply, and

(iii)  conferring on the commission a discretion to grant approvals and to waive or modify limits and conditions established under subparagraph (ii) of this paragraph.

Part 7 — Justice Amendments

Interpretation Act

29 Section 43 of the Interpretation Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 238, is repealed and the following substituted:

Citation of Acts

43  An Act may be cited as follows:

(a) by reference to its chapter number in the volume of Acts for the year or regnal year in which it was enacted;

(b) by reference to its title, with or without reference to its chapter number;

(c) in the case of an Act that is a revised statute included in a general revision, by reference to its chapter number in the Revised Statutes of British Columbia;

(d) in the case of an Act that is a limited revision, by reference to its chapter number in the volume of Acts for the year or regnal year in which it was enacted and as a Revised Statute of British Columbia for that year.

Representative for Children and Youth Act

30 Section 5 of the Representative for Children and Youth Act, S.B.C. 2006, c. 29, is amended by adding the following subsection:

(3) If, in the circumstances set out in subsection (2), the standing committee is not established, the Lieutenant Governor in Council may make the appointment referred to in that subsection.

31 Section 6 is amended

(a) by renumbering the section as subsection (1),

(b) in subsection (1) by adding the following paragraph:

(a.1) support, assist, inform and advise young adults and their families respecting prescribed services and programs, which activities include, without limitation,

(i)  providing information and advice to young adults and their families about how to effectively access prescribed services and programs and how to become effective self-advocates with respect to those services and programs,

(ii)  advocating on behalf of a young adult receiving or eligible to receive a prescribed service or program, and

(iii)  supporting, promoting in communities and commenting publicly on advocacy services for young adults and their families with respect to prescribed services and programs; , and

(c) by adding the following subsection:

(2) In this section, "young adult" means a person who

(a) is 19 years of age or older but is under 24 years of age, and

(b) received a reviewable service within 15 months before the person’s 19th birthday.

32 Section 11 is amended by repealing subsection (3) and substituting the following:

(3) The representative may conduct a review for the following purposes:

(a) to determine whether to investigate a critical injury or death under section 12;

(b) to identify and analyze recurring circumstances or trends

(i)  to improve the effectiveness and responsiveness of a reviewable service, or

(ii)  to inform improvements to broader public policy initiatives.

(4) If, after completion of a review under subsection (3), the representative decides not to conduct an investigation under section 12, the representative may disclose the results of the review to the public body, or the director, responsible for the provision of the reviewable service that is the subject of the review.

33 Section 13 (c) is amended by striking out "earlier" and substituting "earliest", by striking out "and" at the end of subparagraph (i), by adding ", and" at the end of subparagraph (ii) and by adding the following subparagraph:

(iii)  the date the public body or director provides the representative with a written consent to investigate the critical injury or death of the child.

34 Section 17 (2) is amended by adding "before September 30 of the year immediately prior to the year to which the service plan applies" after "to the Speaker" and by adding "after receiving it" after "as soon as possible".

35 Section 23 (4.1) (a) is amended by striking out "section 6 (a) to (c)" and substituting "section 6 (1) (a) to (c)".

36 Section 29 (2) is amended by adding the following paragraph:

(c.1) for the purposes of section 6 (1) (a.1), prescribing services and programs that are

(i)  provided, authorized or funded under an Act,

(ii)  provided, authorized or funded by a ministry or agency of the government, or

(iii)  provided in a facility or class of facilities licensed or regulated under an Act; .

37 Section 30 is amended

(a) by renumbering the section as subsection (1),

(b) in subsection (1) by adding ", and young adults as defined in that section," after "children" and by striking out "within 5 years of the coming into force of section 6" and substituting "before April 1, 2017, and at least once every 5 years after that", and

(c) by adding the following subsection:

(2) In addition to the comprehensive review required under subsection (1), the standing committee must also complete, by April 1, 2015, an assessment of the effectiveness of section 6 (1) (b) in ensuring that the needs of children are met.

Statute Revision Act

38 Section 4 of the Statute Revision Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 440, is amended by adding the following subsection:

(3) The Clerk of the Legislative Assembly is responsible for keeping the official copy of a revision deposited under this section.

39 Section 5 (5) is repealed.

40 Section 6 is repealed and the following substituted:

Title and publication of revision

6  (1) A general revision

(a) may be published with the title Revised Statutes of British Columbia, and

(b) may include in the title the year of the revision as specified by the Chief Legislative Counsel.

(2) A limited revision

(a) may be given a chapter number as if it were enacted by the Legislature in the year in which the official copy of the limited revision is deposited with the Clerk of the Legislative Assembly, and

(b) may be published as a Revised Statute of British Columbia for that year in the volume of Acts for that year.

Validation and Confirmation Provisions

Confirmation of revision correction regulation

41  B.C. Reg. 291/2012 is validated and the corrections made by that regulation are confirmed and given continuing effect.

Miscellaneous Statutes Amendment Act, 2010 – Vancouver Bible Institute

42  (1) Section 9 (e) of the Miscellaneous Statutes Amendment Act, 2010, S.B.C. 2010, c. 3, is conclusively deemed not to have come into force and is repealed.

(2) The provisions of the Vancouver Bible Institute Enabling Act, 1968, S.B.C. 1968, c. 70, are deemed not to have been repealed and section 35 of the Interpretation Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 238, does not apply.

(3) All things done in accordance with the provisions of the Vancouver Bible Institute Enabling Act, 1968, S.B.C. 1968, c. 70, between March 31, 2010 and the date this section comes into force are deemed to have been validly done.

(4) This section is retroactive to the extent necessary to give full force and effect to its provisions and must not be construed as lacking retroactive effect in relation to any matter because it makes no specific reference to that matter.

Commencement

43  The provisions of this Act referred to in column 1 of the following table come into force as set out in column 2 of the table:

Item Column 1
Provisions of Act
Column 2
Commencement
1 Anything not elsewhere covered by this table The date of Royal Assent
2 Sections 1 and 2 (a) By regulation of the Lieutenant Governor in Council
3 Section 2 (c) By regulation of the Lieutenant Governor in Council
4 Section 8 The date section 204 of the Family Law Act, S.B.C. 2011, c. 25, comes into force
5 Section 10 December 2, 2012
6 Sections 11 to 17 By regulation of the Lieutenant Governor in Council
7 Sections 19 to 24 By regulation of the Lieutenant Governor in Council
8 Section 26 By regulation of the Lieutenant Governor in Council