59. Denaturing of waste liquor etc. in certain circumstances
(1) In this regulation, unless the contrary intention appears ¾
}liquor~ means beer, ale, stout, wine, cider or spirits;
}waste liquor~ means ¾
(a) liquor that is derived from ¾
(i) the purging of supply lines; or
(ii) the spill, drip or overflow from any tap, vessel or other receptacle;
(b) any unconsumed liquor which has previously been supplied to a customer in a glass or other receptacle and has been abandoned by the customer; and
(c) liquor that is contained in or derived from a receptacle of a kind commonly referred to as a drip tray.
(2) The licensee of premises, in respect of which a licence to sell liquor granted under the Liquor Licensing Act 1988 is in force, who sells liquor in any form other than in sealed packages ¾
(a) must not permit any waste liquor to be on those premises unless it contains a blue dye in sufficient quantity to impart and maintain at all times a distinct colour not characteristic of the colour of the liquor;
(b) must cause every vessel on the premises into which waste liquor is received, placed or allowed to run or discharge, to contain a blue dye as specified in paragraph (a); and
(c) must not substitute for any drip tray on the premises a glass, jug or other receptacle normally used for serving or holding liquor.
(3) A person must not sell any waste liquor.
(4) A person who contravenes subregulation (2) or (3) commits an offence.