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          "Point in Time" Regulation Content

          Offence Act

          Violation Ticket Administration and Fines Regulation

          B.C. Reg. 89/97

          NOTE: Links below go to reg content as it was prior to the changes made on the effective date. (PIT covers changes made from September 19, 2009 to present)
          SECTIONEFFECTIVE DATE
          Section 1 January 14, 2010
          Section 2 January 14, 2010
          December 13, 2010
          March 1, 2018
          Section 4 July 4, 2019
          Section 5.1 June 22, 2020
          Schedule 1 October 9, 2009
          January 1, 2010
          July 1, 2010
          November 26, 2010
          December 6, 2010
          December 13, 2010
          February 1, 2011
          February 3, 2011
          July 23, 2012
          June 5, 2012
          June 25, 2012
          October 15, 2012
          March 8, 2013
          November 1, 2015
          January 18, 2016
          February 29, 2016
          June 2, 2016
          September 1, 2016
          January 1, 2017
          January 1, 2017
          January 23, 2017
          March 31, 2017
          March 1, 2018
          October 17, 2018
          January 15, 2019
          October 28, 2019
          December 16, 2019
          February 28, 2020
          April 18, 2020
          April 18, 2020
          July 10, 2020
          September 20, 2020
          September 20, 2020
          Schedule 1.1 March 1, 2018
          Schedule 2 January 1, 2010
          January 15, 2010
          April 23, 2010
          June 28, 2010
          July 1, 2010
          October 21, 2010
          November 26, 2010
          January 1, 2011
          February 1, 2011
          February 3, 2011
          February 3, 2011
          February 3, 2011
          June 9, 2011
          December 2, 2011
          March 8, 2012
          April 1, 2012
          April 1, 2012
          July 23, 2012
          June 5, 2012
          June 25, 2012
          September 7, 2012
          September 30, 2012
          October 15, 2012
          March 8, 2013
          April 1, 2013
          June 12, 2015
          November 1, 2015
          January 18, 2016
          February 29, 2016
          April 1, 2016
          July 5, 2016
          July 22, 2016
          September 1, 2016
          November 1, 2016
          January 1, 2017
          January 1, 2017
          January 23, 2017
          January 31, 2017
          March 1, 2017
          March 27, 2017
          March 31, 2017
          March 22, 2018
          April 1, 2018
          October 1, 2018
          October 17, 2018
          October 17, 2018
          December 3, 2018
          January 15, 2019
          February 11, 2019
          July 4, 2019
          September 16, 2019
          October 28, 2019
          February 28, 2020
          March 26, 2020
          April 18, 2020
          April 18, 2020
          July 10, 2020
          August 21, 2020
          September 20, 2020
          September 20, 2020
          November 13, 2020
          Schedule 3 January 1, 2010
          February 1, 2010
          February 1, 2010
          June 25, 2010
          September 20, 2010
          December 6, 2010
          June 1, 2012
          June 7, 2012
          June 12, 2015
          May 16, 2016
          June 1, 2016
          January 31, 2017
          October 26, 2018
          October 28, 2018
          July 4, 2019
          September 20, 2019
          September 21, 2020
          Schedule 4 June 9, 2011

          ?Section 1 definition of "police officer" BEFORE amended by BC Reg 9/2010, effective January 14, 2010.

          "police officer"?means a special constable, a designated constable, an officer, member and constable of the Provincial police force and of a municipal police force in the Province and a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

          ?Section 2 (3) was added by BC Reg 9/2010, effective January 14, 2010.

          ?Section 2 (2) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 367/2010, effective December 13, 2010.

          (2)? For the purposes of item 6 of Schedule 1, the superintendent of motor vehicles or an officer of the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia may certify as a Road Safety Program Enforcement Officer a person employed by a process serving company under contract with the government or the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia who the superintendent or an officer of the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia is satisfied

          ?Section 2 (1) (a) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 18/2018, effective March 1, 2018.

          (a) a ticket for contravention of the provisions of an enactment referred to in Column 2 of Schedule 1 opposite that class of persons, unless the provision is also referred to in Column 3 opposite that class of persons, and

          ?Section 2 (1.1) was added by BC Reg 18/2018, effective March 1, 2018.

          ?Section 4 (3) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 133/2019, effective July 4, 2019.

          (3) This section does not apply to a provision of the Motor Vehicle Act or the Motor Vehicle Act Regulations, other than section 83.1 (2) of the Motor Vehicle Act.

          ?Section 5.1 was enacted by BC Reg 138/2020, effective June 22, 2020.

          ?Schedule 1, item 20 (f) was added by BC Reg 237/2009, effective October 9, 2009.

          ?Schedule 1, item 26 was added by BC Reg 290/2009, effective January 1, 2010.

          ?Schedule 1, item 1B (a.1), (a.2), (n.1), and (n.2) were added by BC Reg 199/2010, effective July 1, 2010.

          ?Schedule 1, item 13 BEFORE amended by BC Reg 199/2010, effective July 1, 2010.

          13Inspectors appointed under section 30 of the Security Services ActThe provisions, referred to in Column 1 of Schedule 2, of the Security Services Act and the Security Services Regulation

          ?Schedule 1 item 2 BEFORE amended by BC Reg 337/2010, effective November 26, 2010.

          2A person appointed under the Inspectors Authorization Regulation, B.C. Reg. 372/92, asEvery provision of the following enactments, the contravention of which constitutes an offence, other than those provisions referred to in Column 3:

          ?Schedule 1 item 5 (c) BEFORE amended by B.C. Reg 353/2010, effective December 6, 2010.

          (c) Section 83.1 (2) of the Motor Vehicle Act in conjunction with sections 129 (1) and (5) (a) and 131 (1) (a) and (2) (a) of that Act

          ?Schedule 1, item 6 BEFORE re-enacted by BC Reg 367/2010, effective December 13, 2010.

          6 A person appointed as Manager of Investigations or as a Driving School Inspector under the Inspectors Authorization Regulation, B.C. Reg. 372/92Every provision of the following enactments, the contravention of which constitutes an offence, other than those provisions referred to in Column 3:
          (a) Motor Vehicle Act and
          regulations made under the Motor Vehicle Act
          Section 239 (2) of the Motor Vehicle Act;
          Section 37.38 (2) of the Motor Vehicle Act Regulations, B.C. Reg. 26/58

          ?Schedule 1, item 1B, paragraphs (a.3) and (a.4) were added by BC Reg 11/2011, effective February 1, 2011.

          ?Schedule 1, item 17 BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 25/2011, effective February 3, 2011.

          17 The inspector as defined in the Commercial River Rafting Safety ActSections 9 (1) (a) and 11 (6) of the Commercial River Rafting Safety ActSections 10 (1) and 11 (7) and (10) of the Commercial River Rafting Safety Act
          Section 4 of B.C. Reg. 107/99, the Commercial River Rafting Safety Regulation

          ?Schedule 1, item 1B, paragraphs (i.2) and (i.3) were added by BC Reg 101/2012, effective July 23, 2012.

          ?Schedule 1, item 23 heading was added by BC Reg 101/2012, effective July 23, 2012.

          ?Schedule 1, item 27 was added by BC Reg 101/2012, effective July 23, 2012.

          ?Schedule 1, items 1A, 7A, 8, 14, 16 and 26 BEFORE amended by BC Reg 125/2012, effective June 5, 2012.

          (h) Liquor Control and Licensing ActSections 33, 35, 38 (1), 46 (3) and 47 (2) of the Liquor Control and Licensing Act
          (a) Liquor Control and Licensing ActSections 33, 35, 38 (1), 46 (3) and 47 (2) of the Liquor Control and Licensing Act
          (a) Liquor Control and Licensing ActSections 33, 35, 38 (1), 46 (3) and 47 (2) of the Liquor Control and Licensing Act
          (a) Liquor Control and Licensing Act Sections 33, 35, 38 (1), 46 (3) and 47 (2) of the Liquor Control and Licensing Act
          (a) Liquor Control and Licensing ActSections 33, 35, 38 (1), 46 (3) and 47 (2) of the Liquor Control and Licensing Act
          26Inspector appointed under section 4 of the Liquor Control and Licensing ActSections 13 (3) and (4), 34 (1) to (4), 43 (1) and (2) of the Liquor Control and Licensing Act

          ?Schedule 1, items 28A and 28B were added by BC Reg 181/2012, effective June 25, 2012.

          ?Schedule 1, item 20 (g) was added by BC Reg 286/2012, effective October 15, 2012.

          ?Schedule 1, item 25 BEFORE amended by BC Reg 101/2013, effective March 8, 2013.

          25An inspector as defined in the Food Safety ActSection 6 (1) and (2) of the Meat Inspection Regulation, B.C. Reg. 349/2004Every provision of the Food Safety Act and the regulations made under that Act, the contravention of which constitutes an offence, other than the provisions referred to in Column 2

          ?Schedule 1, item 1B (l) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 193/2015, effective November 1, 2015.

          COLUMN 1COLUMN 2COLUMN 3
          ItemEnforcement OfficerEnactments for Which a Violation Ticket or Appearance Notice May Be IssuedEnactments for Which an Appearance Notice May Be Issued but a Violation Ticket May Not Be Issued
          (l) Motor Vehicle (All Terrain) Act and
          regulations made under the Motor Vehicle (All Terrain) Act
          Section 6 (1) to (3) of the Motor Vehicle (All Terrain) Act

          ?Schedule 1, item 7B (b) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 193/2015, effective November 1, 2015.

          COLUMN 1COLUMN 2COLUMN 3
          ItemEnforcement OfficerEnactments for Which a Violation Ticket or Appearance Notice May Be IssuedEnactments for Which an Appearance Notice May Be Issued but a Violation Ticket May Not Be Issued
          (b) Motor Vehicle (All Terrain) Act and regulations made under the Motor Vehicle (All Terrain) ActSection 6 (1) to (3) of the Motor Vehicle (All Terrain) Act

          ?Schedule 1, item 9B (e) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 193/2015, effective November 1, 2015.

          COLUMN 1COLUMN 2COLUMN 3
          ItemEnforcement OfficerEnactments for Which a Violation Ticket or Appearance Notice May Be IssuedEnactments for Which an Appearance Notice May Be Issued but a Violation Ticket May Not Be Issued
          Motor Vehicle (All Terrain) Act and
          regulations made under the Motor Vehicle (All Terrain) Act
          Section 6 (1) to (3) of the Motor Vehicle (All Terrain) Act

          ?Schedule 1, item 28B (a) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 193/2015, effective November 1, 2015.

          COLUMN 1COLUMN 2COLUMN 3
          ItemEnforcement OfficerEnactments for Which a Violation Ticket or Appearance Notice May Be IssuedEnactments for Which an Appearance Notice May Be Issued but a Violation Ticket May Not Be Issued
          (a) Motor Vehicle (All Terrain) Act and regulations made under the Motor Vehicle (All Terrain) ActSection 6 (1) to (3) of the Motor Vehicle (All Terrain) Act

          ?Schedule 1, item 1B, Column 2, paragraphs (i.01) and (m.1) were added by BC Reg 223/2015, effective January 18, 2016.

          ?Schedule 1, item 13 BEFORE Column 2 was amended by BC Reg 223/2015, effective January 18, 2016.

          COLUMN 1COLUMN 2COLUMN 3
          ItemEnforcement OfficerEnactments for Which a Violation Ticket or Appearance Notice May Be IssuedEnactments for Which an Appearance Notice May Be Issued but a Violation Ticket May Not Be Issued

          13Inspectors appointed under section 30 of the Security Services ActThe provisions, referred to in Column 1 of Schedule 2, of the Security Services Act, the Security Services Regulation, the Body Armour Control Act and the Body Armour Control Regulation

          ?Schedule 1, item 1B (q) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 42/2016, effective February 29, 2016.

          COLUMN 1COLUMN 2COLUMN 3
          ItemEnforcement OfficerEnactments for Which a Violation Ticket or Appearance Notice May Be IssuedEnactments for Which an Appearance Notice May Be Issued but a Violation Ticket May Not Be Issued

          (q) Water Act and
          regulations made under the Water Act
          Sections 93 (2) (a) and 94 (1) (l) of the Water Act

          ?Schedule 1, item 9B (i) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 42/2016, effective February 29, 2016.

          COLUMN 1COLUMN 2COLUMN 3
          ItemEnforcement OfficerEnactments for Which a Violation Ticket or Appearance Notice May Be IssuedEnactments for Which an Appearance Notice May Be Issued but a Violation Ticket May Not Be Issued

          (i) Water Act and
          regulations made under the Water Act
          Sections 93 (2) (a) and 94 (1) (f) of the Water Act

          ?Schedule 1, item 28B (c) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 42/2016, effective February 29, 2016.

          COLUMN 1COLUMN 2COLUMN 3
          ItemEnforcement OfficerEnactments for Which a Violation Ticket or Appearance Notice May Be IssuedEnactments for Which an Appearance Notice May Be Issued but a Violation Ticket May Not Be Issued

          (c) Water Act and regulations made under the Water ActSections 93 (2) (a) and 94 (1) (f) of the Water Act

          ?Schedule 1, item 2A was added by BC Reg 126/2016, effective June 2, 2016.

          ?Schedule 1, item 21 BEFORE amended by BC Reg 149/2016, effective September 1, 2016.

          COLUMN 1COLUMN 2COLUMN 3
          ItemEnforcement OfficerEnactments for Which a Violation Ticket or Appearance Notice May Be IssuedEnactments for Which an Appearance Notice May Be Issued but a Violation Ticket May Not Be Issued

          21Persons designated by the minister as enforcement officers under section 3 (1) of the Tobacco Control ActThe provisions, referred to in Column 1 of Schedule 2, of the following enactments:
          (a) Tobacco Control Act
          (b) Tobacco Control Regulation, B.C. Reg. 232/2007

          ?Schedule 1, item 1A (b) to (f) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 263/2016, effective January 1, 2017.

          (b) Fish Inspection Act
          (c) Fish Inspection Regulations, B.C. Reg. 12/78
          (d) Fisheries ActSection 13 (1), as it pertains to operating a plant without a licence, and section 28 of the Fisheries Act
          (e) Aquaculture Regulation, B.C. Reg. 78/2002
          (f) Fisheries Act Regulations, B.C. Reg. 140/76

          ?Schedule 1, item 10 BEFORE amended by BC Reg 263/2016, effective January 1, 2017.

          10Persons who
          (a) are appointed as inspectors under section 2 of the Fisheries Act, orEvery provision of the following enactments, the contravention of which constitutes an offence, other than those provisions referred to in Column 3:
          (b) are inspectors under the Fisheries Act by virtue of section 4 of the Fish Inspection Act or section 2 (3), (4) or (5) of the Fisheries Act(a) Fish Inspection Act
          (b) Fish Inspection Regulations, B.C. Reg. 12/78
          (c) Fisheries ActSection 13 (1), as it pertains to operating a plant without a licence, and section 28 of the Fisheries Act
          (d) Fisheries Act Regulations, B.C. Reg. 140/76
          (e) Aquaculture Regulation, B.C. Reg. 78/2002

          ?Schedule 1, item 28A BEFORE amended by BC Reg 263/2016, effective January 1, 2017.

          28AA natural resource officer as defined in the Natural Resource Compliance Act[see also item 28B]Sections 6 (2) to (4), 12 (2) and 13 of the Environmental Management Act
          Sections 13 (1), (2), (4) and (5) and 20 (5) of the Fisheries ActSection 13 (1) as it pertains to operating a plant without a licence
          The provisions, referred to in Column 1 of Schedule 2, of the following enactments:
          (a) Open Burning Smoke Control Regulation, B.C. Reg. 145/93
          (b) Aquaculture Regulation, B.C. Reg. 78/2002
          (c) Fisheries Act Regulations, B.C. Reg. 140/76/Section 13 (1) as it pertains to operating a plant without a licence
          (d) Forest Act
          (e) Log Salvage Regulation for the Vancouver Log Salvage District, B.C. Reg. 220/81
          (f) Scaling Regulation, B.C. Reg. 446/94
          (g) Timber Marking and Transportation Regulation, B.C. Reg. 253/97
          (h) Forest and Range Practices Act and regulations made under the Forest and Range Practices Act
          (i) Wildfire Act and regulations made under the Wildfire Act

          ?Schedule 1, item 29 was added by BC Reg 308/2016, effective January 1, 2017.

          ?Schedule 1, items 1A (h) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 295/2016, effective January 23, 2017.

          (h) Liquor Control and Licensing ActSections 35, 38 (1), 46 (3) and 47 (2) of the Liquor Control and Licensing Act

          ?Schedule 1, items 7A (a) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 295/2016, effective January 23, 2017.

          7AA park ranger as defined in the Park Act
          [see also item 7B]
          Sections 12 (2) and 13 of the Environmental Management Act
          Every provision of the following enactments, the contravention of which constitutes an offence, other than those provisions referred to in Column 3:
          (a) Liquor Control and Licensing ActSections 35, 38 (1), 46 (3) and 47 (2) of the Liquor Control and Licensing Act

          ?Schedule 1, item 8 (a) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 295/2016, effective January 23, 2017.

          8A park warden appointed under the National Parks Act (Canada)Every provision of the following enactments, the contravention of which constitutes an offence, other than those provisions referred to in Column 3:
          (a) Liquor Control and Licensing ActSections 35, 38 (1), 46 (3) and 47 (2) of the Liquor Control and Licensing Act

          ?Schedule 1, item 9A BEFORE amended by BC Reg 295/2016, effective January 23, 2017.

          9AA conservation officer as defined in the Environmental Management Act[see also item 9B]Sections 40, 41, 44 and 67 of the Liquor Control and Licensing Act

          ?Schedule 1, items 14 (a) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 295/2016, effective January 23, 2017.

          14A constable appointed under section 255 of the Railway ActEvery provision of the following enactments, the contravention of which constitutes an offence, other than those provisions referred to in Column 3:
          (a) Liquor Control and Licensing ActSections 35, 38 (1), 46 (3) and 47 (2) of the Liquor Control and Licensing Act

          ?Schedule 1, item 16 (a) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 295/2016, effective January 23, 2017.

          16Officers and men of the Canadian forces while employed at defence establishments on duties that the Governor in Council, in regulations made under the National Defence Act (Canada), has prescribed to be of such a kind as to necessitate that the officers and men performing them have the powers of peace officersEvery provision of the following enactments, the contravention of which constitutes an offence, other than those provisions referred to in Column 3:
          (a) Liquor Control and Licensing ActSections 35, 38 (1), 46 (3) and 47 (2) of the Liquor Control and Licensing Act

          ?Schedule 1, items 19 and 26 BEFORE re-enacted by BC Reg 295/2016, effective January 23, 2017.

          19A store manager of a government liquor store established under section 18 (1) (a) of the Liquor Distribution ActSection 34 (2) of the Liquor Control and Licensing Act
          26Inspector appointed under section 4 of the Liquor Control and Licensing ActSections 13 (3) and (4), 33(1), 34 (1) to (4), 43 (1) and (2) of the Liquor Control and Licensing Act

          ?Schedule 1, item 1A (s) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 127/2017, effective March 31, 2017.

          (s) Wildlife Act and regulations made under the Wildlife ActSections 7 (1), 22, 24 (6), (7) and (14), 26 (1) (a), (b), (e), (f) and (g), 27 (2), 28, 81, 82 and 96 (1) of the Wildlife Act;
          Section 2.08 (3) of B.C. Reg. 338/82, the Wildlife Act Commercial Activities Regulation

          ?Schedule 1, item 7B (e) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 127/2017, effective March 31, 2017.

          (e) Wildlife Act and regulations made under the Wildlife ActSections 7 (1), 22, 24 (6), (7) and (14), 26 (1) (a), (b), (e), (f) and (g), 27 (2), 28, 81, 82 and 96 (1) of the Wildlife Act;
          Section 2.08 (3) of the Wildlife Act Commercial Activities Regulation, B.C. Reg. 338/82

          ?Schedule 1, item 9B (k) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 127/2017, effective March 31, 2017.

          (k) Wildlife Act and
          regulations made under the Wildlife Act
          Sections 7 (1), 22, 24 (6), (7) and (14), 26 (1) (a), (b), (e), (f) and (g), 27 (2), 28, 81, 82 and 96 (1) of the Wildlife Act;
          Section 2.08 (3) of the Wildlife Act Commercial Activities Regulation, B.C. Reg. 338/82

          ?Schedule 1, item 28B (d) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 127/2017, effective March 31, 2017.

          (d) Wildlife Act and regulations made under the Wildlife ActSections 7 (1), 22, 24 (6), (7) and (14), 26 (1) (a), (b), (e), (f) and (g), 27 (2), 28, 81, 82 and 96 (1) of the Wildlife Act;
          Section 2.08 (3) of the Wildlife Act Commercial Activities Regulation, B.C. Reg. 338/82

          ?Schedule 1, table, column 2 heading BEFORE amended by BC Reg 18/2018, effective March 1, 2018.

          COLUMN 1COLUMN 2COLUMN 3
          ItemEnforcement
          Officer
          Enactments for Which a
          Violation Ticket or Appearance
          Notice May Be Issued
          Enactments for Which an
          Appearance Notice May Be
          Issued but a Violation Ticket May Not Be Issued

          ?Schedule 1, table column 2 heading and items 8, 9A, 16 and 21 BEFORE amended by BC Reg 207/2018, effective October 17, 2018.

          COLUMN 1COLUMN 2COLUMN 3
          ItemEnforcement OfficerEnactments for Which a Violation
          Ticket other than an eTicket or
          Appearance Notice May
          Be Issued
          Enactments for Which an
          Appearance Notice May Be
          Issued but a Violation Ticket May
          Not Be Issued

          8A park warden appointed under the National Parks Act (Canada)Every provision of the following enactments, the contravention of which constitutes an offence, other than those provisions referred to in Column 3:
          (a) Liquor Control and Licensing ActSections 8 (2) (a), 61 (2) (b) (v) and (4) and 79 (1) of the Liquor Control and Licensing Act
          (b) Motor Vehicle Act and
          the regulations made under the Motor Vehicle Act
          Sections 24 (6) (a), (b) and (c), 58 (1) and (2), 68 (1) to (3), 69 (1) to (3), 70 (1) (a) and (1.1), 74, 90.4 (1), 95 (1), 100 (1), 102, 122 (4), 144, 224 and 226 (1) of the Motor Vehicle Act

          9AA conservation officer as defined in the Environmental Management Act
          [see also item 9B]
          Sections 44 (6), 73 (1), 74 (1) and 76 (2) of the Liquor Control and Licensing Act
          Sections 13, 24, 33, 70, 71, 73, 84, 123, 177 and 204 of the Motor Vehicle ActSections 24 (6) and 70 (1) (a) and (1.1) of the Motor Vehicle Act
          Every provision of the following enactments, the contravention of which constitutes an offence:
          (a) Transport of Dangerous Goods Act and
          regulations made under the Transport of Dangerous Goods Act

          16Officers and men of the Canadian forces while employed at defence establishments on duties that the Governor in Council, in regulations made under the National Defence Act (Canada), has prescribed to be of such a kind as to necessitate that the officers and men performing them have the powers of peace officersEvery provision of the following enactments, the contravention of which constitutes an offence, other than those provisions referred to in Column 3:
          (a) Liquor Control and Licensing ActSections 8 (2) (a), 61 (2) (b) (v) and (4) and 79 (1) of the Liquor Control and Licensing Act
          (b) Motor Vehicle Act and
          regulations made under the Motor Vehicle Act
          Sections 24 (6) (a), (b) and (c), 58 (1) and (2), 68 (1) to (3), 69 (1) to (3), 70 (1) (a) and (1.1), 74, 90.4 (1), 95 (1), 100 (1), 102, 122 (4), 144, 224, 226 (1) and 239 (2) of the Motor Vehicle Act;
          Section 37.38 (2) of the Motor Vehicle Act Regulations, B.C. Reg. 26/58

          21Persons designated by the minister as enforcement officers under section 3 (1) of the Tobacco and Vapour Products Control ActThe provisions, referred to in Column 1 of Schedule 2, of the following enactments:
          (a) Tobacco and Vapour Products Control Act
          (b) Tobacco and Vapour Products Control Regulation, B.C. Reg. 232/2007

          ?Schedule 1, table items 1B (a.5) and 7B (a.1), 30, 31 and 32 were added by BC Reg 207/2018, effective October 17, 2018.

          ?Schedule 1, items 1B (m.01), 33 and 34 were added by BC Reg 278/2018, effective January 15, 2019.

          ?Schedule 1, item 28A (a) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 218/2019, effective October 28, 2019.

          ??(a) Open Burning Smoke Control Regulation, B.C. Reg. 145/93?

          ?Schedule 1, item 35 was added by BC Reg 245/2019, effective December 16, 2019.

          ?Schedule 1, item 16, column 1 BEFORE amended by BC Reg 40/2020, effective February 28, 2020.

          16Officers and men of the Canadian forces while employed at defence establishments on duties that the Governor in Council, in regulations made under the National Defence Act (Canada), has prescribed to be of such a kind as to necessitate that the officers and men performing them have the powers of peace officers

          ?Schedule 1, item 1A (c.1) was added by BC Reg 85/2020, effective April 18, 2020.

          ?Schedule 1, the following text was added to column 2 of items 2, 7A, 9A, 22 and 28A by BC Reg 86/2020, effective April 18, 2020.

          Sections 8 (4) and (5) and 9 (2) of the Local Authorities and Essential Goods and Supplies (COVID-19) Order, MO 84/2020

          Section 3 of the Prohibition on Unconscionable Prices for Essential Goods and Supplies (COVID-19) Order, MO 115/2020

          ?Schedule 1, items 26A, 32A, 32B, 36 and 37 were added by BC Reg 86/2020, effective April 18, 2020.

          ?Schedule 1, item 1A (c.01) was added by BC Reg 174/2020, effective July 10, 2020.

          ?Schedule 1, items 2, 7A, 9A, 22 and 28A BEFORE amended by BC Reg 174/2020, effective July 10, 2020.

          2A person employed by the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure or the Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General asEvery provision of the following enactments, the contravention of which constitutes an offence, other than those provisions referred to in Column 3:
          (a) a Carrier Safety Inspector,(a) Commercial Transport Act and regulations made under the Commercial Transport Act
          (b) a Commercial Transport Inspector,(b) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 335/2005, s. (c).]
          (c) a Dangerous Goods Inspector, or(c) Motor Fuel Tax Act and regulations made under the Motor Fuel Tax Act
          (d) a Motor Vehicle Inspector(d) Motor Vehicle Act and
          regulations made under the Motor Vehicle Act
          Sections 24 (6) (a), (b) and (c), 58 (1) and (2), 68 (1) to (3), 69 (1) to (3), 70 (1) (a) and (1.1), 74, 90.4 (1), 95 (1), 100 (1), 102, 122 (4), 144 and 239 (2) of the Motor Vehicle Act;
          Section 37.38 (2) of the Motor Vehicle Act Regulations, B.C. Reg. 26/58
          (e) Passenger Transportation Act and regulations made under the Passenger Transportation Act
          (f) Transport of Dangerous Goods Act and regulations made under the Transport of Dangerous Goods Act
          (g) Transportation Act and
          regulations made under the Transportation Act
          Sections 8 (4) and (5) and 9 (2) of the Local Authorities and Essential Goods and Supplies
          (COVID-19) Order, MO 84/2020
          Section 3 of the Prohibition on Unconscionable Prices for Essential Goods and Supplies (COVID-19) Order, MO 115/2020

          7AA park ranger as defined in the Park Act
          [see also item 7B]
          Sections 12 (2) and 13 of the Environmental Management Act
          Every provision of the following enactments, the contravention of which constitutes an offence, other than those provisions referred to in Column 3:
          (a) Liquor Control and Licensing ActSections 8 (2) (a), 61 (2) (b) (v) and (4) and 79 (1) of the Liquor Control and Licensing Act
          (b) Motor Vehicle ActSections 24 (6) (a), (b) and (c), 58 (1) and (2), 68 (1) to (3), 69 (1) to (3), 70 (1) (a) and (1.1), 74, 90.4 (1), 95 (1), 100 (1), 102, 122 (4), 144, 224, 226 (1) and 239 (2) of the Motor Vehicle Act
          (c) regulations made under the Motor Vehicle ActSection 37.38 (2) of the Motor Vehicle Act Regulations, B.C. Reg. 26/58
          Sections 8 (4) and (5) and 9 (2) of the Local Authorities and Essential Goods and Supplies (COVID-19) Order, MO 84/2020
          Section 3 of the Prohibition on Unconscionable Prices for Essential Goods and Supplies (COVID-19) Order, MO 115/2020

          9AA conservation officer as defined in the Environmental Management Act
          [see also item 9B]
          Sections 44 (6), 73 (1), 74 (1) and 76 (2) of the Liquor Control and Licensing Act
          Sections 13, 24, 33, 70, 71, 73, 84, 123, 177 and 204 of the Motor Vehicle ActSections 24 (6) and 70 (1) (a) and (1.1) of the Motor Vehicle Act
          Sections 65 (1) (a) and (b) and (2), 67, 73 (1) and (2), 74 (1), 78 (1) and 81?(1) (a) and (b) of the Cannabis Control and Licensing ActSection 102 (4) of the Cannabis Control and Licensing Act
          Every provision of the following enactments, the contravention of which constitutes an offence:
          (a) Transport of Dangerous Goods Act and
          regulations made under the Transport of Dangerous Goods Act
          Sections 8 (4) and (5) and 9 (2) of the Local Authorities and Essential Goods and Supplies (COVID-19) Order, MO 84/2020
          Section 3 of the Prohibition on Unconscionable Prices for Essential Goods and Supplies (COVID-19) Order, MO 115/2020

          22Persons designated by the general manager as investigators under section 81 (1) of the Gaming Control ActThe provisions, referred to in Column 1 of Schedule 2, of the Gaming Control Act
          Sections 8 (4) and (5) and 9 (2) of the Local Authorities and Essential Goods and Supplies
          (COVID-19) Order, MO 84/2020
          Section 3 of the Prohibition on Unconscionable Prices for Essential Goods and Supplies (COVID-19) Order, MO 115/2020

          28AA natural resource officer as defined in the Natural Resource Compliance Act
          [see also item 28B]
          Sections 6 (2) to (4), 12 (2) and 13 of the Environmental Management Act
          Section 4 of the Fish and Seafood Act
          The provisions, referred to in Column 1 of Schedule 2, of the following enactments:
          ??(a) Open Burning Smoke Control Regulation, B.C. Reg. 152/2019?
          (b) Fish and Seafood Licensing Regulation
          (c) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 263/2016, s. 3 (c).]
          (d) Forest Act
          (e) Log Salvage Regulation for the Vancouver Log Salvage District, B.C. Reg. 220/81
          (f) Scaling Regulation, B.C. Reg. 446/94
          (g) Timber Marking and Transportation Regulation, B.C. Reg. 253/97
          (h) Forest and Range Practices Act and regulations made under the Forest and Range Practices Act
          (i) Wildfire Act and regulations made under the Wildfire Act
          Sections 8 (4) and (5) and 9 (2) of the Local Authorities and Essential Goods and Supplies
          (COVID-19) Order, MO 84/2020
          Section 3 of the Prohibition on Unconscionable Prices for Essential Goods and Supplies (COVID-19) Order, MO 115/2020

          ?Schedule 1, item 26A, 32A, 32B, 36 and 37 BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 174/2020, effective July 10, 2020.

          26AA person who is authorized under section 5 of the Liquor Control and Licensing Act to exercise the general manager's powers and duties under section 13 or 42 of that ActSections 8 (4) and (5) and 9 (2) of the Local Authorities and Essential Goods and Supplies (COVID-19) Order, MO 84/2020
          Section 3 of the Prohibition on Unconscionable Prices for Essential Goods and Supplies (COVID-19) Order, MO 115/2020

          32AA person who is authorized under section 5 of the Cannabis Control and Licensing Act to exercise the general manager's powers and duties under section 23 or 84 of that ActSections 8 (4) and (5) and 9 (2) of the Local Authorities and Essential Goods and Supplies
          (COVID-19) Order, MO 84/2020
          Section 3 of the Prohibition on Unconscionable Prices for Essential Goods and Supplies (COVID-19) Order, MO 115/2020

          32BA person who is authorized under section 8 of the Cannabis Control and Licensing Act to exercise the director's powers and duties under section 89 of that Act Sections 8 (4) and (5) and 9 (2) of the Local Authorities and Essential Goods and Supplies
          (COVID-19) Order, MO 84/2020
          Section 3 of the Prohibition on Unconscionable Prices for Essential Goods and Supplies (COVID-19) Order, MO 115/2020

          36A person appointed a sheriff under section 2 (1) of the Sheriff ActSections 8 (4) and (5) and 9 (2) of the Local Authorities and Essential Goods and Supplies
          (COVID-19) Order, MO 84/2020
          Section 3 of the Prohibition on Unconscionable Prices for Essential Goods and Supplies (COVID-19) Order, MO 115/2020

          37A bylaw enforcement officer, as defined in section 1 of the Bylaw Enforcement Officer (COVID-19) Order, MO 82/2020Sections 8 (4) and (5) and 9 (2) of the Local Authorities and Essential Goods and Supplies
          (COVID-19) Order, MO 84/2020
          Section 3 of the Prohibition on Unconscionable Prices for Essential Goods and Supplies (COVID-19) Order, MO 115/2020

          ?Schedule 1, item 9B (a.1) was added by BC Reg 252/2020, effective September 20, 2020.

          ?Schedule 1, items 9A (b), 26B, 32C and 32D were added by BC Reg 258/2020, effective September 20, 2020.

          ?Schedule 1, items 22, 26, 30 and 31 BEFORE amended by BC Reg 258/2020, effective September 20, 2020.

          22Persons designated by the general manager as investigators under section 81 (1) of the Gaming Control ActThe provisions, referred to in Column 1 of Schedule 2, of the Gaming Control Act

          26General manager appointed under section 3 of the Liquor Control and Licensing ActSections 60 (1) to (3), 61 (2) (b) (i) and (ii), 75, 77 (1) and 78 (1) to (3) of the Liquor Control and Licensing Act

          30General manager appointed under section 4 of the Cannabis Control and Licensing ActSections 48 (a) and (b), 49 (2) (a) to (c), 69 (1) and (2), 70 (2) (a) and?(7)?(a), 75 and 79 of the Cannabis Control and Licensing Act

          31Director appointed under section 7 of the Cannabis Control and Licensing ActSections 15, 17, 61 (a), 62, 63 (1) and (3), 64 (1) and (3), 66 (a) and?(b), 67, 69 (1) to (3), 70 (2) (a), (5) and (7) (a), 73?(1) and (2), 75, 78?(1) and 79 of the Cannabis Control and Licensing Act

          ?Schedule 1.1 was enacted by BC Reg 18/2018, effective March 1, 2018.

          ?Schedule 2, heading "Liquor Control and Licensing Act" and all items under that heading BEFORE amended by BC Reg 290/2009, effective January 1, 2010.

          Liquor Control and Licensing Act
          section 34 (1)Purchase by minor$100$15$115
          section 34 (1)Consumption by minor$100$15$115
          section 34 (2)Minor in liquor establishment$100$15$115
          section 34 (3)Minor in possession$50$8$58
          section 34 (4)Presentation of false identification$100$15$115
          section 36 (2) (a) Permit gambling$100$15$115
          section 36 (2) (a) Permit disorderly conduct$100$15$115
          section 40 (1)Consume liquor in public place$100$15$115
          section 43 (1)Supply liquor to inebriate$100$15$115
          section 43 (2)Permit inebriate on premises$100$15$115
          section 44Possess opened liquor in motor vehicle$50$8$58
          Every provision of the Liquor Control and Licensing Act, the contravention of which constitutes an offence, other than
          (a) those specifically enumerated in this Schedule, and
          (b) sections 33, 35, 38 (1), 46 (3) and 47 (2) of that Act$50$8$58

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Passenger Transportation Act" items section 57 (2) (c.1) and section 57 (2) (g.1) were added by BC Reg 13/2010, effective January 15, 2010.

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Water Act", item BEFORE amended by BC Reg 14/2010, effective January 15, 2010.

          section 93 (2) (d)Unlawfully lay pipe or conduit$200$30$230

          ?Schedule 2, heading "Water Act" and 47 items under it were added by BC Reg 14/2010, effective January 15, 2010.

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Food Safety Act", the heading "Meat Inspection Regulation, B.C. Reg. 349/2004" and 10 items under it were added by BC Reg 103/2010, effective April 23, 2010.

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Sewerage System Regulation", items BEFORE amended by BC Reg 209/2010, effective June 28, 2010.

          section 12 (c)Construct a holding tank or sewerage system in a manner that causes a health hazard$500$75$575
          section 12 (c)Maintain a holding tank or sewerage system in a manner that contributes to a health hazard$300$45$345

          ?Schedule 2, heading "Body Armour Control Act" and 21 items under it and heading "Body Armour Control Regulation, B.C. Reg. 203/2010" and 1 item under it were added by BC Reg 199/2010, effective July 1, 2010.

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Security Services Act", item section 44 (1.1) was added by BC Reg 199/2010, effective July 1, 2010.

          ?Schedule 2 under heading "Recycling Regulation", items section 2 (1), section 8 (1) (a) and section 8 (2) were added by BC Reg 307/2010, effective October 21, 2010.

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Commercial Transport Regulations", items BEFORE amended by BC Reg 337/2010, effective November 26, 2010.

          section 7.07Illegal trailer axle width$75$11$86
          section 7.20 (b)No tandem drive axle$75$11$86

          ?Schedule 2, heading "Antifreeze Regulation, B.C. Reg. 142/2009" and item under it was added by B.C. Reg 83/2009, effective January 1, 2011.

          ?Schedule 2, heading "Armoured Vehicle and After-Market Compartment Control Act" and 22 items under it were added by BC Reg 11/2011, effective February 1, 2011.

          ?Schedule 2, note pertaining to "Commercial River Rafting Safety Act and the Commercial River Rafting Safety Regulation, BC Reg 107/99" BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 25/2011, effective February 3, 2011.

          Every provision of the Commercial River Rafting Safety Act and the Commercial River Rafting Safety Regulation, B.C. Reg. 107/99, the contravention of which constitutes an offence$150$23$173

          ?Schedule 2, heading "Park, Conservancy and Recreation Area Regulation, BC Reg 180/90" and all items BEFORE amended by BC Reg 18/2011, effective February 3, 2011.

          Park, Conservancy and Recreation Area Regulation, B.C. Reg. 180/90
          section 4Guide without permit$200$30$230
          section 5Trap without permit$100$15$115
          section 7Fail to give information$50$8$58
          section 8 (1)Cause a disturbance$100$15$115
          section 8 (2)Cause a disturbance between 11 p.m. and 7 a.m.$100$15$115
          section 9 (1)Fail to comply with eviction order$100$15$115
          section 10 (2)Fail to obey sign$75$11$86
          section 11 (1)Illegal fire$75$11$86
          section 11 (2)Illegal use of vegetation$75$11$86
          section 11 (3)Illegal use of vegetation$75$11$86
          section 11 (4)Fail to extinguish fire$75$11$86
          section 12Illegal use of snow sliding device$50$8$58
          section 13Allow prohibited act by minor$100$15$115
          section 16Exceed maximum persons in Bowron Lake Park$50$8$58
          section 17 (1)Exceed maximum storage period$50$8$58
          section 17 (2)Unlawful storage$50$8$58
          section 18Horse in prohibited area$50$8$58
          section 19 (1)Domestic animal in prohibited area$50$8$58
          section 19 (3)Unrestrained domestic animal$50$8$58
          section 19 (4)Allow prohibited act by domestic animal$50$8$58
          section 19 (5)Domestic animal in Bowron Lake Park$50$8$58
          section 19 (5)Domestic animal in Garibaldi Park$50$8$58
          section 19 (6)Fail to dispose of animal excrement$50$8$58
          section 20Fail to control animal$50$8$58
          section 21Unlawful possession of explosive$100$15$115
          section 23 (1)Illegal parking$50$8$58
          section 23 (2)Illegal parking between 11 p.m. and 7 a.m.$50$8$58
          section 24 (1)Illegal use of vehicle$100$15$115
          section 24 (3)Illegal use of snowmobile$100$15$115
          section 25Illegal use of cycle$50$8$58
          section 26Illegal use of vehicle for advertising$75$11$86
          section 27Prohibited arrival or departure by aircraft$100$15$115
          section 28Illegal possession of firearm$100$15$115
          section 28Illegal possession of bow$100$15$115
          section 29 (1)Illegal discharge of firearm$100$15$115
          section 29 (1)Illegal discharge of bow$100$15$115
          section 29 (2)Illegal use of firearm near road$100$15$115
          section 29 (2)Illegal use of bow near road$100$15$115
          section 30Illegal feeding of wildlife$50$8$58
          section 32 (1)Unauthorized activity$100$15$115
          section 33 (1)Illegal deposit of litter$50$8$58
          section 33 (2)Illegal disposal of litter$50$8$58
          section 34Illegal transport and disposal of litter$100$15$115
          section 36Fail to register$50$8$58
          section 37 (1)Unlawfully in campground$50$8$58
          section 37 (2)Unlawfully in day use area$50$8$58
          section 38 (1)Illegal camping$50$8$58
          section 39 (1)Exceed maximum stay$50$8$58
          section 39 (2)Exceed maximum stay$50$8$58
          section 42Fail to pay appropriate fee$50$8$58

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Wildlife Act", items BEFORE amended by BC Reg 19/2011, effective February 3, 2011.

          section 11 (5)Person under 19 hunts without supervision$200$30$230
          section 17 (7)Fail to properly supervise minor$200$30$230
          section 17 (8)Allow minor to hunt/carry firearm without supervision$200$30$230

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Hunting Licensing Regulation BC Reg 8/99", items BEFORE amended by BC Reg 19/2011, effective February 3, 2011.

          section 8 (1)Improperly issue hunting licence to person under 19$200$30$230
          section 20Issue hunting/firearm licence to self$200$30$230

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Hunting Licensing Regulation, BC Reg 190/84", item BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 19/2011, effective February 3, 2011.

          section 16 (6)Fail to comply with compulsory inspection requirements$200$30$230

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Forest Act", item BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 105/2011, effective June 9, 2011.

          section 84 (2)Fail to ensure timber mark is discernible$150$23$173

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Wildfire Act", section 12 (2) was added by BC Reg 105/2011, effective June 9, 2011.

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Wildfire Regulation, B.C. Reg. 38/2005", item BEFORE amended by BC Reg 105/2011, effective June 9, 2011.

          section 6 (3)Fail to meet fire watcher requirements$300$45$345

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Wildfire Regulation, B.C. Reg. 38/2005", item section 6 (4) added by BC Reg 105/2011, effective June 9, 2011.

          ?Schedule 2, heading "Health Hazards Regulation, B.C. Reg 216/2011" and item under it was added by BC Reg 216/2011, effective December 2, 2011.

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Public Health Act Transitional Regulation, B.C. Reg 51/2009", item BEFORE repealed by B.C. Reg 216/2011, effective December 2, 2011.

          section 17Fail to provide sufficient safe and potable drinking water$100$15$115

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Wildlife Act", items BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 39/2012, effective March 8, 2012.

          section 33.1 (1)Feed dangerous wildlife$300$45$345
          section 33.1 (2)Deposit substance to attract dangerous wildlife$300$45$345

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Wildlife Act", items section 33.1 (1) (a) and section 33.1 (1) (b) and section 33.1 (2) were added by BC Reg 39/2012, effective March 8, 2012.

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Angling and Scientific Collection Regulation, B.C. Reg. 125/90", item section 19 (a.1), was added by BC Reg 177/2011, effective April 1, 2012.

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Wildlife Act", item BEFORE amended by BC Reg 68/2012, effective April 1, 2012.

          section 55 (2)Fail to submit completed guide report$200$30$230

          ? Schedule 2, under heading "Wildlife Act Commercial Activities Regulation, B.C. Reg. 338/82", item section 1.05.1(2) was added by BC Reg 68/2012, effective April 1, 2012.

          ?Schedule 2, heading "Motor Dealers and Recyclers Act" and 21 items under it and "Metal Dealers and Recyclers Regulation" and 3 items under it were added by BC Reg 101/2012, effective July 23, 2012.

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Liquor Control and Licensing Act" items section 33 (1) (a), (b) and (c) were added by BC Reg 125/2012, effective June 5, 2012.

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Liquor Control and Licensing Act" item BEFORE amended by BC Reg 125/2012, effective June 5, 2012.

          section 40 (1)Consume liquor in public place$200$30$230

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Liquor Control and Licensing Act", under item that starts with "Every provision....", paragraph (b) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 125/2012, effective June 5, 2012.

          (b) sections 33, 35, 38 (1), 46 (3) and 47 (2) of that Act$50$8$58

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Wildlife Act Commercial Activities Regulation", item BEFORE amended by BC Reg 180/2012, effective June 25, 2012.

          section 1.05.1 (2)Fail to deliver guide report$200$30$230

          ?Schedule 2, heading "Greater Vancouver Transportation Authority Act" and items under it BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 260/2012, effective September 7, 2012.

          Greater Vancouver Transportation Authority Act
          Greater Vancouver Transit Conduct and Safety Regulation, B.C. Reg. 87/99
          section 3(a)Fail to pay fare$150$23$173
          section 3 (b)Fail to present proof of payment$150$23$173
          section 4 (1) (a)Fail to pay fare$150$23$173
          section 4 (1) (b)Fail to possess proof of payment$150$23$173
          section 4 (2)Fail to present proof of payment$150$23$173

          ?Schedule 2, heading "South Coast British Columbia Transportation Authority Act" and item under it were added by BC Reg 260/2012, effective September 7, 2012.

          ?Schedule 2, heading "Greater Vancouver Transit Conduct and Safety Regulation, B.C. Reg. 87/99" and 4 items under it were added by BC Reg 260/2012, effective September 7, 2012.

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Body Armour Control Act", item section 9 (4) was added by BC Reg 283/2012, effective September 30, 2012.

          ?Schedule 2, heading "Regulated Activities Regulation, B.C. Reg. 161/2012" and 2 items under it were added by BC Reg 286/2012, effective October 15, 2012.

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Meat Inspection Regulation, B.C. Reg. 349/2004", items BEFORE amended by BC Reg 101/2013, effective March 8, 2013.

          section 6 (1)Operate a slaughter establishment that both
          slaughters animals and processes carcasses
          without a Class A licence
          $350$53$403
          section 6 (2)Operate a slaughter establishment that slaughters
          animals but does not process carcasses without
          a Class B licence
          $350$53$403
          section 30 (1) (a)Sell, store or process for sale uninspected carcass$350$53$403

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Meat Inspection Regulation, B.C. Reg. 349/2004", items BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 101/2013, effective March 8, 2013.

          section 17 (2)Fail to label meat products as not for resale$350$53$403
          section 30 (1) (b)Sell, store or process for sale carcass produced at
          transitional slaughter establishment
          $350$53$403
          section 30 (4) (a)Resell meat from transitional slaughter establishment$350$53$403

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Meat Inspection Regulation, B.C. Reg. 349/2004", items section 17 (2), section 17 (2) and section 30 (4) were added by BC Reg 101/2013, effective March 8, 2013.

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Wildlife Act", item BEFORE replaced by section 17.1 (3) by BC Reg 39/2013, effective April 1, 2013.

          section 17 (7)Fail to properly supervise person under 18$200$30$230

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Wildlife Act", item BEFORE renamed section 17.1 (4) by BC Reg 39/2013, effective April 1, 2013.

          section 17 (8)Allow person under 18 to hunt/carry firearm without supervision$200$30$230

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Wildlife Act, items section 17.2 (2) and section 17.2 (3) were added by BC Reg 39/2013, effective April 1, 2013.

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Wildlife Act", the heading "Guiding Territory Certificate Regulation" and item under it, was added by BC Reg 115/2015, effective June 12, 2015

          ?Schedule 2, heading "Motor Vehicle (All Terrain) Act" and items under it BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 193/2015, effective November 1, 2015.

          12345
          ProvisionContraventionFineVictim
          Surcharge
          Levy
          Ticketed
          Amount
          Motor Vehicle (All Terrain) Act
          section 2 (1)Operate non-registered vehicle$50$8$58
          section 2 (1)Fail to display vehicle identification$50$8$58
          section 2 (4)Fail to deliver notice of transfer$50$8$58
          section 4 (1) (a)Careless operation$100$15$115
          section 4 (1) (b)Operate in tree nursery$75$11$86
          section 4 (1) (c)Operate on railway track$75$11$86
          section 4 (1) (d)Operate on private property$75$11$86
          section 4 (1) (e)Harass wildlife$75$11$86
          section 4 (1) (e)Harass domestic animal$75$11$86
          section 4 (1) (f)Operate in prohibited area$75$11$86
          section 4 (1) (f)Operate during prohibited time$75$11$86
          section 4 (2)Fail to stop and identify$50$8$58
          section 4 (2)Fail to leave private property$50$8$58
          section 4 (3)Cross highway without authorization$50$8$58
          section 5 (1)Vehicle not properly equipped$50$8$58

          ?Schedule 2, heading "Off-Road Vehicle Act" and 36 items under it were added by BC Reg 193/2015, effective November 1, 2015.

          ?Schedule 2, heading "Guide Dog and Service Dog Act" and 6 items under it and heading "Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act" and 2 items under it were added by BC Reg 223/2015, effective January 18, 2016.

          ?Schedule 2, heading "Water Act" and items under it BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 42/2016, effective February 29, 2016.

          12345
          ProvisionContraventionFineVictim
          Surcharge
          Levy
          Ticketed
          Amount

          Water Act
          section 21 (1)Fail to exercise reasonable care$200$30$230
          section 22Fail to keep records$200$30$230
          section 93 (2) (b) (i)Unlawfully interfere with works of licensee$200$30$230
          section 93 (2) (b) (ii)Unlawfully interfere with works of person who
          has obtained an approval
          $200$30$230
          section 93 (2) (b) (iii)Unlawfully interfere with works of holder
          of a drilling authorization
          $200$30$230
          section 93 (2) (b) (iv)Unlawfully interfere with works of person
          who has constructed the works in
          accordance with the regulations
          $200$30$230
          section 93 (2) (c)Operate, obstruct or damage fire hydrant$200$30$230
          section 93 (2) (d)Unlawfully lay pipe or construct conduit$200$30$230
          section 93 (2) (e) (i)Destroy, injure or tamper with works$200$30$230
          section 93 (2) (e) (ii)Destroy, injure or tamper with gauge or instrument$200$30$230
          section 93 (2) (f)Unlawfully operate business carrying water$200$30$230
          section 93 (2) (g)Interfere with works$200$30$230
          section 93 (2) (h)Destroy notice$200$30$230
          section 93 (2) (i)Unlawfully construct or operate works$200$30$230
          section 93 (2) (j)Put material into stream after order$350$53$403
          section 93 (2) (k)Unlawfully divert water from stream$200$30$230
          section 93 (2) (l)Divert more water than authorized$200$30$230
          section 93 (2) (m)Divert water not used beneficially$200$30$230
          section 93 (2) (n)Use water when not entitled to$200$30$230
          section 93 (2) (o)Use water when ordered to cease$350$53$403
          section 93 (2) (p)Fail to comply with a requirement or order$200$30$230
          section 93 (2) (q)Make changes in and about a stream
          without lawful authority
          $200$30$230
          section 93 (2) (r)Breach the regulations$200$30$230
          section 93 (2) (r)Breach a term or condition of a licence$200$30$230
          section 93 (2) (r)Breach a term or condition of an approval$200$30$230
          section 93 (2) (r)Breach a term or condition of a permit$200$30$230
          section 93 (2) (r)Breach a term or condition of a drilling
          authorization
          $200$30$230
          section 93 (2) (t)Carry, supply convey or transport water
          diverted from a stream without authorization
          $200$30$230
          section 93 (2) (u)Contravene section 4$200$30$230
          section 93 (2) (w)Destroy, injure or tamper with works$200$30$230
          section 93 (2) (w)Destroy, injure or tamper with an identification plate$100$15$115
          section 93 (2) (x)Construct a well without the required qualifications$350$53$403
          section 93 (2) (x)Close a well without the required qualifications$350$53$403
          section 93 (2) (x)Disinfect a well without the required qualifications$100$15$115
          section 93 (2) (y)Construct a well in contravention of the Act or regulations$350$53$403
          section 93 (2) (y)Close a well in contravention of the Act or regulations$350$53$403
          section 93 (2) (y)Deactivate a well in contravention of the Act or regulations$100$15$115
          section 93 (2) (y)Disinfect a well in contravention of the Act or regulations$100$15$115
          section 93 (2) (z)Wilfully fail to stop constructing a well$500$75$575
          section 93 (3) (a)Install a well pump or well head without the required qualifications$350$53$403
          section 93 (3) (a)Maintain a well pump or well head without the required qualifications$200$30$230
          section 93 (3) (a)Repair a well pump or well head without the required qualifications$200$30$230
          section 93 (3) (a)Test a well pump or well head without the required qualifications$200$30$230
          section 93 (3) (a)Conduct a flow test without the required qualifications$200$30$230
          section 93 (3) (b)Install a well pump or well head in contravention of the Act or regulations$350$53$403
          section 93 (3) (b)Maintain a well pump or well head in contravention of the Act or regulations$200$30$230
          section 93 (3) (b)Repair a well pump or well head in contravention of the Act or regulations$200$30$230
          section 93 (3) (b)Conduct a flow test in contravention of the Act or regulations$200$30$230
          section 93 (3) (c)Tamper with a groundwater sample$500$75$575
          section 93 (3) (d)Fail to take or cause to be taken a ground water sample$200$30$230
          section 93 (3) (d)Fail to have ground water sample analyzed$200$30$230
          section 93 (3) (d)Fail to submit results of analysis of ground water sample$200$30$230
          section 93 (3) (e)Site a well in contravention of the Act or regulations$350$53$403
          section 93 (3) (e)Floodproof a well in contravention of the Act or regulations$350$53$403
          section 93 (3) (f)Fail to attach a well identification plate$100$15$115
          section 93 (3) (f)Fail to remove and return a well identification plate$100$15$115
          section 93 (3) (g)Fail to deactivate a well$200$30$230
          section 93 (3) (g)Fail to close a well$350$53$403
          section 93 (3) (h)Fail to secure a well cap or well cover$200$30$230
          section 93 (3) (h)Fail to replace a well cap or well cover$200$30$230
          section 93 (3) (i)Fail to stop or bring the flow of a flowing artesian well under control$350$53$403
          section 93 (3) (i)Fail to take steps to stop or control an artesian well that is likely to flow periodically$350$53$403
          section 93 (3) (j)Operate a well in contravention of the Act or regulations$350$53$403
          section 93 (3) (k)Operate a well contrary to section 78$350$53$403
          section 93 (3) (l)Wilfully submit a false or misleading log, record, report, form or return$500$75$575
          section 93 (3) (l)Wilfully record false or misleading information$500$75$575
          section 93 (3) (m)Fail to submit a log, record, report, form or return$350$53$403
          section 93 (3) (m)Fail to produce a log, record, report, form or return$100$15$115
          section 93 (3) (m)Fail to retain a log, record, report, form or return$100$15$115
          section 93 (3) (n)Fail to obtain a drilling authorization$350$53$403
          section 94 (1) (e)Introduce into a well anything contrary to section 79$500$75$575
          section 94 (1) (e)Cause or allow introduction into a well of anything contrary to section 79$500$75$575
          section 94 (1) (g)Unlawfully place or use channel obstruction$200$30$230
          section 94 (1) (h)Wilfully contravenes Act or an order$200$30$230
          section 94 (1) (i)Unlawfully drill a well$500$75$575
          section 94 (1) (i)Unlawfully alter a well$500$75$575
          section 94 (1) (i)Unlawfully install a well pump$500$75$575
          section 94 (1) (i)Unlawfully conduct a flow test$500$75$575

          ?Schedule 2, heading "Water Sustainability Act" and 88 items under it, heading "Dam Safety Regulation" and 55 items under it, heading "Groundwater Protection Regulation" and 20 items under it and heading "Water Sustainability Regulation" and 27 items under it were added by BC Reg 42/2016, effective February 29, 2016.

          ?Schedule 2, heading "Wildfire Act" and items BEFORE amended by BC Reg 67/2016, effective April 1, 2016.

          Wildfire Act
          section 2Fail to report fire$100$15$115
          section 3 (1)Drop, release or mishandle burning substance$150$23$173
          section 3 (2)Fail to extinguish burning substance$150$23$173
          section 5 (1)Light, fuel or use fire against regulations$300$45$345
          section 5 (2)Fail to extinguish or report fire$150$23$173
          section 6 (1)Light, fuel or use fire against regulations, industrial$300$45$345
          section 7 (1)Fail to assess fire hazard$200$30$230
          section 7 (2)Fail to abate fire hazard$300$45$345
          section 7 (4)Fail to comply with hazard abatement order$300$45$345
          section 10 (3)Light, fuel or use fire against restriction$300$45$345
          section 10 (4)Fail to comply with fire restriction$300$45$345
          section 11 (2)Fail to comply with restricted area requirements$200$30$230
          section 12 (2)Fail to comply with order restricting activity or use$200$30$230
          section 13 (2)Fail to comply with order to leave area$200$30$230
          section 16 (2)Fail to comply with fire control order$150$23$173
          section 22 (2)Fail to stop vehicle or vessel$150$23$173
          section 22 (3)Fail to provide documents$100$15$115
          section 56 (2)Intentional interference, noncompliance or false statement$300$45$345

          ?Schedule 2, heading "Wildfire Regulation, B.C. Reg. 38/2005" and all related items BEFORE amended by BC Reg 67/2016, effective April 1, 2016.

          12345
          ProvisionContraventionFineVictim
          Surcharge
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          Ticketed
          Amount

          Wildfire Regulation, B.C. Reg. 38/2005
          section 5Fail to have sufficient fire tools$200$30$230
          section 6 (3)Fail to comply with high risk activity restrictions, and keep at activity site fire fighting hand tools and adequate fire suppression system$300$45$345
          section 6 (4)Fail to meet fire watcher requirements$300$45$345
          section 8Operate engine contrary to regulations$300$45$345
          section 9Fail to meet fire prevention measures – railway operations$500$75$575
          section 10Fail to meet fire prevention measures – transmission operations$500$75$575
          section 13 (1)Fail to meet fire suppression responsibilities$200$30$230

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Wildlife Act", items BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 167/2016, effective July 5, 2016.

          section 48 (1) (b)Guide for game without licence$500$75$575
          section 48 (2)Guide — employ unlicensed assistant guide$500$75$575

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Wildlife Act", 4 items for section 48 (2) and 3 items for section 48 (2.2) were added by BC Reg 167/2016, effective July 5, 2016.

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Guiding Territory Certificate Regulation", item BEFORE amended by BC Reg 167/2016, effective July 5, 2016.

          section 11Fail to notify of change to control of corporation holding guiding territory certificate$500$75$575

          ?Schedule 2, under heading"Guiding Territory Certificate Regulation", item section 11 (b) was added by BC Reg 167/2016, effective July 5, 2016.

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Hunting Regulation", sections 17.1 (2) (a) to (c) were added by BC Reg 200/2016, effective July 22, 2016.

          ?Schedule 2, heading "Tobacco Control Act" was amended to "Tobacco and Vapour Products Control Act" by BC Reg 149/2016, effective September 1, 2016.

          ?Schedule 2, under new heading "Tobacco and Vapour Products Control Act", items BEFORE amended by BC Reg 149/2016, effective September 1, 2016.

          section 2 (2)Sell tobacco to person under 19$500$75$575
          section 2 (3)Sell cigarettes from open package$500$75$575
          section 2 (4)Sell tobacco where prohibition order applies$500$75$575
          section 2.1 (1)Sell tobacco in prohibited place$500$75$575
          section 2.2 (2)Use tobacco on school property$50$8$58
          section 2.2 (4)Permit tobacco use on school property$500$75$575
          section 2.3 (1)Smoke or hold lighted tobacco in prohibited place$50$8$58
          section 2.3 (3)Permit tobacco use in prohibited place$500$75$575
          section 2.3 (4)Permit tobacco use in workplace$500$75$575
          section 2.4 (a)Display products in prohibited manner$500$75$575
          section 2.4 (b)Promote tobacco in prohibited manner$500$75$575
          section 10.1 (a)Fail to display prohibition order sign$500$75$575
          section 10.1 (b)Fail to display prohibition sign in accordance with requirements$500$75$575

          ?Schedule 2, heading "Tobacco Control Regulation, B.C. Reg. 232/2007" was amended to "Tobacco and Vapour Products Control Regulation, B.C. Reg. 232/2007" by BC Reg 149/2016, effective September 1, 2016.

          ?Schedule 2, heading "Solid Fuel Burning Domestic Appliance Regulation, B.C. Reg. 302/94" was amended to "Solid Fuel Burning Domestic Appliance Regulation" by BC Reg 219/2016, effective November 1, 2016.

          ?Schedule 2, under new heading "Solid Fuel Burning Domestic Appliance Regulation", items BEFORE amended by BC Reg 219/2016, effective November 1, 2016.

          section 2 (1) (a)Fail to conform to Canadian or US particulate standard$500$75$575
          section 2 (1) (b)Fail to affix a permanent label in accordance with Canadian or US standard$200$30$230
          section 3 (1)Fail to test appliances manufactured after November 1, 1994$500$75$575
          section 3 (2)Fail to use accredited testing organization$300$45$345
          section 3 (4)Fail to retest representative appliance to demonstrate compliance$300$45$345
          section 4 (a)Fail to obtain a record of a test$200$30$230
          section 4 (b)Fail to keep records for 2 years$200$30$230
          section 4 (c)Fail to produce records for inspection$200$30$230
          section 4 (d)Fail to produce records in writing$200$30$230
          section 5 (1)Fail to conform to pellet fuel specification after November 1, 1994$500$75$575

          ?Schedule 2, items BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 263/2016, effective January 1, 2017.

          Every provision of the Fish Inspection Act, the contravention of which constitutes an offence$100$15$115

          Every provision of the Fish Inspection Regulations, B.C. Reg. 12/78, the contravention of which constitutes an offence$100$15$115

          ?Schedule 2, heading "Fisheries Act" and items BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 263/2016, effective January 1, 2017.

          Fisheries Act
          ?section 13 (1)Process fish without a licence$150$23$173
          ?section 13 (2)Operate fish buying station without licence$150$23$173
          ?section 13 (4)Sell fish without licence$100$15$115
          ?section 13 (5)Operate an aquaculture facility without a licence$150$23$173
          ?section 20 (5)Fail to produce record$100$15$115
          ?Every provision of the Fisheries Act, the contravention of which constitutes
          an offence, other than the provisions specifically enumerated in this Schedule
          $100$15$115

          ?Schedule 2, heading "Fish and Seafood Act" and 18 items were added by BC Reg 263/2016, effective January 1, 2017.

          ?Schedule 2, heading "Aquaculture Regulation, B.C. Reg 78/2002" and items under it BEFORE amended by BC Reg 263/2016, effective January 1, 2017.

          Aquaculture Regulation, B.C. Reg. 78/2002
          section 3 (1)Release fish or aquatic plants without authorization$150$23$173
          section 4 (1)Fail to report escaped fish$150$23$173
          section 8 (1)Fail to keep drug record$150$23$173
          section 10 (1)Process fish at unregistered plant$150$23$173
          Every other provision of the Aquaculture Regulation, B.C. Reg. 78/2002, the contravention of which constitutes an offence, other than the provisions specifically enumerated in this Schedule$100$15$115

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Fisheries Act Regulations, B.C. Reg. 140/76" and items BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 263/2016, effective January 1, 2017.

          Fisheries Act Regulations, B.C. Reg. 140/76
          section 18 (1)No fish buying licence on premises$100$15$115
          section 18 (2)Fail to produce fish buying licence$100$15$115
          Every provision of the Fisheries Act Regulations, B.C. Reg. 140/76, the contravention of which constitutes an offence, other than the provisions specifically enumerated in this Schedule$100$15$115

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Food and Agricultural Products Classification Act", items section 9 (a), (b) and (c) were added by BC Reg 308/2016, effective January 1, 2017.

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Liquor Control and Licensing Act", items BEFORE amended by BC Reg 295/2016, effective January 23, 2017.

          Liquor Control and Licensing Act
          section 33 (1) (a)Sell, give or otherwise supply liquor to a minor$500$75$575
          section 33 (1) (b)Possess liquor for the purpose of selling, giving or otherwise supplying it to a minor$500$75$575
          section 33 (1) (c)In or at a place under one's control, permit a minor to consume liquor$500$75$575
          section 34 (1)Purchase by minor$200$30$230
          section 34 (1)Consumption by minor$200$30$230
          section 34 (2)Minor in liquor establishment$200$30$230
          section 34 (3)Minor in possession$200$30$230
          section 34 (4)Presentation of false identification$200$30$230
          section 36 (2) (a)Permit gambling$200$30$230
          section 36 (2) (a)Permit disorderly conduct$200$30$230
          section 40 (1)Consume liquor or possess liquor in an open container in a public place$200$30$230
          section 41Intoxicated in a public place$100$15$115
          section 43 (1)Supply liquor to intoxicated person$200$30$230
          section 43 (2)Permit intoxicated person on premises$200$30$230
          section 44Possess opened liquor in motor vehicle$200$30$230
          Every provision of the Liquor Control and Licensing Act, the contravention of which constitutes an offence, other than
          (a) those specifically enumerated in this Schedule, and
          (b) sections 35, 38 (1), 46 (3) and 47 (2) of that Act$50$8$58

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Tobacco and Vapour Products Control Act", item section 2 (3) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 17/2017, effective January 31, 2017.

          section 2 (3)Sell cigarettes from open package$500$75$575

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Tobacco and Vapour Products Control Regulation, B.C. Reg 232/2007", items BEFORE amended by BC Reg 17/2017, effective January 31, 2017.

          section 4Sell cigarettes in packages containing fewer than 20$500$75$575
          section 5 (1)Fail to display warning$300$45$345
          section 5 (2)Fail to affix warning$300$45$345

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Wildlife Act", 4 items for section 11 (1) (c) were added by BC Reg 74/2017, effective March 1, 2017.

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Hunting Licensing Regulation, B.C. Reg. 8/99", items BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 74/2017, effective March 1, 2017.

          section 5 (1)Hunt game without required species licence$200$30$230
          section 5 (2)Non-resident hunts without required species licence$200$30$230
          section 25Hunt without Fraser Valley licence$200$30$230
          section 30Hunt without Gulf Islands licence$200$30$230

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Wildlife Act General Regulation, B.C. Reg. 340/82", item BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 74/2017, effective March 1, 2017.

          section 7.06 (2)Fail to surrender hunter number card upon demand$300$45$345

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Greater Vancouver Transit Conduct and Safety Regulation, B.C. Reg. 87/99", 16 items for section 8 (4) were added by BC Reg 110/2017, effective March 27, 2017.

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Wildlife Act", items 11 (1) (c), 82 (1) (a) and 82 (5) were added by BC Reg 127/2017, effective March 31, 2017.

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Wildlife Act", item 97 (b) BEFORE renumbered as 97 (2) (a) by BC Reg 127/2017, effective March 31, 2017.

          section 97 (b)Fail to state name and address to officer$300$45$345

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Wildlife Act", items 97 (2) (b), 97 (4) (a) and 97 (4) (b) were added by BC Reg 127/2017, effective March 31, 2017.

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Every provision of the Wildlife Act", items BEFORE amended by BC Reg 127/2017, effective March 31, 2017.

          Every provision of the Wildlife Act, the contravention of which constitutes an offence, other than
          (a) the sections specifically enumerated in this Schedule, and
          (b) sections 7 (1), 22, 24 (6), (7), and (14), 26 (1) (a), (b), (e), (f), and (g), 27 (2), 28, 81, 82 and 96 (1)$100$15$115

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Wildlife Act, Hunting Licensing Regulation, B.C. Reg. 8/99", items BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 127/2017, effective March 31, 2017.

          section 8 (1)Improperly issue hunting licence to person under 18$200$30$230
          section 9 (4)Fail to notify director of name change$75$11$86
          section 9 (5)Fail to notify director of address change$75$11$86
          section 11Obtain or use more than one hunter number$300$45$345
          section 13 (2)Improperly issue resident hunting licence$200$30$230
          section 20Issue hunting/species licence to self$200$30$230

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Wildfire Act", items BEFORE amended by BC Reg 58/2018, effective March 22, 2018.

          section 11 (2)Fail to comply with restricted area requirements$667$100$767
          section 12 (2)Fail to comply with order restricting activity or use$667$100$767
          section 13 (2)Fail to comply with order to leave specified area$667$100$767

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Hunting Regulation, B.C. Reg. 190/84", items 13.7 (a) to (g) were added by BC Reg 52/2018, effective April 1, 2018.

          ?Schedule 2, heading "Limited Entry Hunting Regulation, B.C. Reg. 134/93" and 2 items under it BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 52/2018, effective April 1, 2018.

          Limited Entry Hunting Regulation, B.C. Reg. 134/93
          section 6 (2)Hunt in specified area without LEH authorization$300$45$345
          section 9 (1)Unlawfully hunt LEH species$300$45$345

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Wildlife Act Commercial Regulation, B.C. Reg. 338/82", items BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 52/2018, effective April 1, 2018.

          section 2.08 (1)Unlawfully import/possess bear parts$500$75$575
          section 2.08 (2)Import/export bear paws$500$75$575

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Wildlife Act Commercial Regulation, B.C. Reg. 338/82", items section 2.01.1 (1) and section 2.08 (1) were added by BC Reg 52/2018, effective April 1, 2018.

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Trespass Act" items BEFORE amended by BC Reg 193/2018, effective October 1, 2018.

          section 4 (1)Trespass on enclosed land or premises, or engage
          in prohibited activity
          $100$15$115
          section 4 (3) (c) or (d)Fail to leave premises or stop prohibited activity,
          or re-enter premises or resume prohibited activity
          $100$15$115
          section 5 (7)Remove, alter or deface a sign$100$15$115
          section 8 (2)Fail to give name or address$100$15$115
          section 8 (3)Remain on premises after failure to give name or address$100$15$115

          ?Schedule 2, heading "Cannabis Control and Licensing Act" and 73 items under it were added by BC Reg 207/2018, effective October 17, 2018.

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Park, Conservancy and Recreation Area Regulation, B.C. Reg. 180/80", 4 items for section 11.1 (2) were added by BC Reg 210/2018, effective October 17, 2018.

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Park, Conservancy and Recreation Area Regulation, B.C. Reg. 180/80", items BEFORE amended by BC Reg 257/2018, effective December 3, 2018.

          section 24 (1)Illegal use of vehicle$300$45$345
          section 24 (3)Illegal use of snowmobile$200$30$230

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Park, Conservancy and Recreation Area Regulation, B.C. Reg. 180/80", item BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 257/2018, effective December 3, 2018.

          Every provision of the Motor Vehicle Prohibition Regulation, B.C. Reg. 196/99, the contravention of which constitutes an offence$200$30$230

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Motor Vehicle Prohibition Regulation, B.C. Reg. 196/99", items sections 2 to 7 and 7.1 were added by BC Reg 257/2018, effective December 3, 2018.

          ?Schedule 2, heading "Pill Press and Related Equipment Control Act" and 22 items under that heading were added by BC Reg 278/2018, effective January 15, 2019.

          ?Schedule 2, heading "Public Health Impediments Regulation, B.C. Reg. 50/2009" and the two items under it BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 21/2019, effective February 11, 2019.

          Public Health Impediments Regulation, B.C. Reg. 50/2009
          section 3 (3)Fail to ensure trans fat content does not exceed limits$200$30$230
          section 3 (5)Fail to provide requested information$100$15$115

          ?Schedule 2, heading "Motor Vehicle Act" and 9 items under that heading BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 133/2019, effective July 4, 2019.


          Motor Vehicle Act
          section 83.1 (2)
          for the contravention of section 140
          Liable as the owner of the vehicle for the commission of the offence of Speed in construction zone:
          If the speed limit is exceeded by less than 21 km/hr
          $170$26$196
          If the speed limit is exceeded by 21 km/hr to 40 km/hr$220$33$253
          section 83.1 (2) for the contravention of section 146 (1)Liable as the owner of the vehicle for the commission of the offence of Speed in municipality:
          If the speed limit is exceeded by less than 21 km/hr
          $120$18$138
          If the speed limit is exceeded by 21 km/hr to 40 km/hr$170$26$196
          section 83.1 (2) for the contravention of section 146 (1)Liable as the owner of the vehicle for the commission of the offence of Speed outside a municipality:
          If the speed limit is exceeded by less than 21 km/hr
          $120$18$138
          If the speed limit is exceeded by 21 km/hr to 40 km/hr$170$26$196
          section 83.1 (2) for the contravention of section 146 (3)Liable as the owner of the vehicle for the commission of the offence of Speed against highway sign:
          If the speed limit is exceeded by less than 21 km/hr
          $120$18$138
          If the speed limit is exceeded by 21 km/hr to 40 km/hr$170$26$196
          section 83.1 (2) for the contravention of section 146 (5)Liable as the owner of the vehicle for the commission of the offence of Speed against area sign:
          If the speed limit is exceeded by less than 21 km/hr
          $120$18$138
          If the speed limit is exceeded by 21 km/hr to 40 km/hr$170$26$196
          section 83.1 (2) for the contravention of section 146 (7)Liable as the owner of the vehicle for the commission of the offence of Speed against municipal sign:
          If the speed limit is exceeded by less than 21 km/hr
          $120$18$138
          If the speed limit is exceeded by 21 km/hr to 40 km/hr$170$26$196
          section 83.1 (2) for the contravention of section 147 (1)Liable as the owner of the vehicle for the commission of the offence of Speed in school zone:
          If the speed limit is exceeded by less than 21 km/hr
          $170$26$196
          If the speed limit is exceeded by 21 km/hr to 40 km/hr$220$33$253
          section 83.1 (2) for the contravention of section 147 (2)Liable as the owner of the vehicle for the commission of the offence of Speed in playground zone:
          If the speed limit is exceeded by less than 21 km/hr
          $170$26$196
          If the speed limit is exceeded by 21 km/hr to 40 km/hr$220$33$253
          section 83.1 (2) for the contravention of section 148 (1)Liable as the owner of the vehicle for the commission of the offence of Excessive speed:
          If the speed limit is exceeded by 41 km/hr to 60 km/hr
          $320$48$368
          If the speed limit is exceeded by more than 60 km/hr$420$63$483

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Passenger Transportation Act", items BEFORE amended by BC Reg 162/2019, effective September 16, 2019.

          section 56 (3)Failure to comply with directions of a peace officer$250$38$288
          section 57 (2) (a)Operate without licence or permit$1 000$150$1 150
          section 57 (2) (b)Fail to carry licence or permit$250$38$288
          section 57 (2) (c)Fail to display identifier or carry permit$250$38$288
          section 57 (2) (c.1)Display invalid identifier$250$38$288
          section 57 (2) (d)Fail to display identifier properly$250$38$288
          section 57 (2) (e)Fail to carry certificate or permit$250$38$288
          section 57 (2) (f)Operate with more than one certificate$250$38$288
          section 57 (2) (g)Offering to provide a service for which no
          licence makes provision
          $1 000$150$1 150
          section 57 (2) (g.1)Fail to apply for transfer of licence$250$38$288
          section 57 (2) (h)Providing false information$250$38$288
          section 57 (2) (j)Obstructs an inspector or interferes with production of information to an inspector$250$38$288

          ?Schedule 2, heading "Open Burning Smoke Control Regulation, B.C. Regulation 145/93" and items under it BEFORE amended by BC Reg 218/2019, effective October 28, 2019.

          Open Burning Smoke Control Regulation, B.C. Reg. 145/93
          section 2 (a)Burning debris from another parcel of land$200$30$230
          section 2 (b)Unlawful burning of prohibited materials$200$30$230
          section 3 (1)Burning debris within 100 metres of neighbour's residence or within 500 metres of a public institution$200$30$230
          section 3 (2)Burning debris so as to reduce visibility near airports or highways$200$30$230
          section 5 (1) or (2) of CodeContinue open burning within Category A area for periods greater than permitted$200$30$230
          section 5 (3) of CodeContinue open burning within Category B area for periods greater than permitted$200$30$230
          section 5 (4) of CodeInadequate equipment and manpower for safe operation$200$30$230
          section 6 of CodeBurning in Category A areas prior to expiration of minimum period (15 days) between burns$200$30$230
          section 7 of CodeExceeding 4 separate burns per calendar year limit in Category A areas$200$30$230
          section 8 (1) of CodeBurning in unfavourable weather conditions according to publicly available ventilation index$200$30$230
          section 8 (2) of CodeBurning without evaluating weather conditions in the absence of publicly available ventilation index$200$30$230
          section 8 (3) of CodeBurning when local air flow will cause smoke to negatively impact on nearby population$200$30$230
          section 9 of CodeContinuing to add debris to a fire after weather conditions have changed to poor ventilation$200$30$230

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Forest Recreation Regulation, B.C. Reg. 16/2004", items BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 37/2020, effective February 28, 2020.

          section 7 (1) (a)Fail to wear bicycle safety helmet$25$4$29
          section 7 (1) (b)Fail to wear motorcycle safety helmet$100$15$115

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "Forest Recreation Regulation, B.C. Reg. 16/2004", item section 7 (1) was added by BC Reg 37/2020, effective February 28, 2020.

          ?Schedule 2, heading "Environmental Assessment Act" and items section 6 (2) and section 17 (1) (b) were added by BC Reg 68/2020, effective March 26, 2020.

          ?Schedule 2, heading "Emergency Program Act" and 2 items under it were added by BC Reg 85/2020, effective April 18, 2020.

          ?Schedule 2, heading "Emergency Program Act" and its items BEFORE amended by BC Reg 86/2020, effective April 18, 2020.

          Emergency Program Act
          Every provision of the Emergency Program Act, the contravention of which constitutes an offence$2?000$300$2?300

          Every provision of the regulations made under the Emergency Program Act, the contravention of which constitutes an offence, other than those specifically enumerated in this Schedule$2?000$300$2?300

          ?Schedule 2, heading "COVID-19 Related Measures Act" and item under it were added by BC Reg 174/2020, effective July 10, 2020.

          ?Schedule 2, under item "Emergency Program Act" BEFORE amended by BC Reg 174/2020, effective July 10, 2020.

          Emergency Program Act
          Every provision of the Emergency Program Act, the contravention of which constitutes an offence$2 000$300$2 300
          Local Authorities and Essential Goods and Supplies (COVID-19) Order, MO 84/2020
          section 8 (4)Fail to comply with direction to not sell more than specified number of items$2?000$300$2?300
          section 8 (5)Fail to comply with direction to provide accommodation services$2?000$300$2?300
          section 9 (2)Engage in secondary selling with respect to essential goods and supplies$2?000$300$2?300
          Section 3 of the Prohibition on Unconscionable Prices for Essential Goods and Supplies
          (COVID-19) Order, MO 115/2020
          section 3Sell or offer to sell essential goods and supplies at unconscionable prices$2?000$300$2?300

          Every provision of the regulations made under the Emergency Program Act, the contravention of which constitutes an offence, other than those specifically enumerated in this Schedule $2 000$300$2 300

          ?Schedule 2, item 23.3 under "COVID-19 Related Measures Act" heading was added by BC Reg 219/2020, effective August 21, 2020.

          ?Schedule 2, item under "Emergency Program Act" heading BEFORE amended by BC Reg 219/2020, effective August 21, 2020.

          Every provision of the COVID-19 Related Measures Act, the contravention
          of which constitutes an offence
          $2?000$300$2?300

          ?Schedule 2, heading "Animal Health Act" and related item was added by BC Reg 252/2020, effective September 20, 2020.

          ?Schedule 2, under heading "COVID-19 Related Measures Act", all related items BEFORE amended by BC Reg 258/2020, effective September 20, 2020.

          Item 23.3 of Schedule 2
          Gatherings and Events (COVID-19) Order
          section 4Promote or encourage attendance at non-compliant gathering or event$200$30$230
          section 5Fail to comply with direction from law enforcement officer$200$30$230
          section 6Abusive or belligerent behaviour$200$30$230
          section 7 (1)Fail to comply with patron distancing conditions$200$30$230
          section 7 (2)Fail to comply with patron conditions at drive in$200$30$230
          Every provision of the COVID-19 Related Measures Act, the contravention
          of which constitutes an offence, other than those specifically enumerated in this Schedule
          $2?000$300$2?300

          ?Schedule 2, item 23.4 under "COVID-19 Related Measures Act" heading BEFORE amended by BC Reg 269/2020, effective November 13, 2020.

          Item 23.4 of Schedule 2
          Food and Liquor Premises, Gatherings and Events (COVID-19) Order

          ?Schedule 2, item section 7 under "COVID-19 Related Measures Act" heading BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 269/2020, effective November 13, 2020.

          section 7Fail to comply with patron conditions$200$30$230

          ?Schedule 2, item section 7 (1) under "COVID-19 Related Measures Act" heading was added by BC Reg 269/2020, effective November 13, 2020.

          ?Schedule 3, under item "Every provision of the Motor Vehicle Act", paragraph (b) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 390/2009, effective January 1, 2010.

          (b) sections 24 (6) (a), (b) and (c), 58 (1) and (2), 69 (1) to (3), 70 (1) (a) and (1.1), 74, 95 (1), 100 (1), 102, 122 (4), 224 and 226 (1) of that Act$95$70$14$109$84

          ?Schedule 3, under item "Every provision of the Motor Vehicle Act", paragraph (b) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 309/2009, effective February 1, 2010.

          (b) sections 24 (6) (a), (b) and (c), 58 (1) and (2), 69 (1) to (3), 70 (1) (a) and (1.1), 74, 95 (1), 100 (1), 102, 122 (4), 214.2, 224 and 226 (1) of that Act$95$70$14$109$84

          ?Schedule 3, under heading "Motor Vehicle Act", items sections 25 (15), 214.2 (1) and (2) were added by BC Reg 310/2009, effective February 1, 2010.

          ?Schedule 3, under heading "Motor Vehicle Act Regulations" item section 25.17 BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 194/2010, effective June 25, 2010.

          section 25.17Fail to maintain vehicle to standards$120$95$18$138$113

          ?Schedule 3, under heading "Motor Vehicle Act", item section 24 (1) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 237/2010, effective September 20, 2010.

          section 24 (1)No driver's licence$240$215$36$276$261

          ?Schedule 3, under heading "Motor Vehicle Act", items BEFORE amended by B.C. Reg 353/2010, effective December 6, 2010.

          section 83.1 (2) for the contravention of section 129 (1)Liable as the owner of the vehicle for the commission of the offence of:
          Fail to obey red light at intersection
          $145$120$22$167$142
          section 83.1 (2) for the contravention of section 129 (5) (a)Liable as the owner of the vehicle for the commission of the offence of:
          Fail to obey red light — no intersection
          $145$120$22$167$142
          section 83.1 (2) for the contravention of section 131 (1) (a)Liable as the owner of the vehicle for the commission of the offence of:
          Fail to obey flashing red light at intersection
          $145$120$22$167$142
          section 83.1 (2) for the contravention of section 131 (2) (a)Liable as the owner of the vehicle for the commission of the offence of:
          Fail to obey flashing red light — no intersection
          $120$95$18$138$113

          ?Schedule 3, under heading "Motor Vehicle Act", items sections 194 (2) (c), 194 (4) (a), (b), 194 (9) and (10) were added by BC Reg 98/2012, effective June 1, 2012.

          ?Schedule 3, under heading "Motor Vehicle Act", item BEFORE amended by BC Reg 98/2012, effective June 1, 2012.

          section 194 (3)Permit unlawfully seated passenger$95$70$14$109$84

          ?Schedule 3, under heading "Motor Vehicle Act", item BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 98/2012, effective June 1, 2012.

          section 221 (1)Ride motorcycle without required
          helmet
          $120$95$18$138$113

          ?Schedule 3, under heading "Motor Vehicle Act Regulations", items BEFORE amended by BC Reg 98/2012, effective June 1, 2012.

          section 3.02Improper display of plate$170$145$26$196$171
          section 3.03Illegible plate$170$145$26$196$171

          ?Schedule 3, under heading "Motor Vehicle Act Regulations", item section 24.02.01 was added by BC Reg 129/2012, effective June 7, 2012.

          ?Schedule 3, under heading "Motor Vehicle Act", item section 151.1 (3) was added by BC Reg 116/2015, effective June 12, 2015.

          ?Schedule 3, under heading "Motor Vehicle Act", item BEFORE amended by BC Reg 118/2016, effective May 16, 2016.

          section 149Fail to stop for school bus$145$120$22$167$142

          ?Schedule 3, under heading "Motor Vehicle Act", items BEFORE amended by BC Reg 108/2016, effective June 1, 2016.

          section 25 (15)Drive contrary to restriction$95$70$14$109$84
          section 25 (15)Drive contrary to restriction (use
          electronic device while driving)
          $145$120$22$167$142
          section 214.2 (1)Use an electronic device while driving$145$120$22$167$142
          section 214.2 (2)Emailing or texting while driving$145$120$22$167$142

          ?Schedule 3, under heading "Motor Vehicle Act", item section 231.1 BEFORE amended by BC Reg 17/2017, effective January 31, 2017.

          section 231.1Smoke in motor vehicle when person under the age of 16 is present$95$70$14$109$84

          ?Schedule 3, under heading "Motor Vehicle Act Regulations, B.C. Reg. 26/58", item section 25.07 (1) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 224/2018, effective October 26, 2018.

          section 25.07 (1)Fail to display valid certificate$70$45$11$81$56

          ?Schedule 3, under heading "Motor Vehicle Act", item BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 208/2018, effective October 28, 2018.

          section 231.1Smoke, hold lighted tobacco, use e-cigarette or hold activated e-cigarette in motor vehicle when person under age 16 is present$95$70$14$109$84

          ?Schedule 3, under heading "Motor Vehicle Act", items section 231.1 (2) and section 231.1 (2) were added by BC Reg 208/2018, effective October 28, 2018.

          ?Schedule 3, under heading "Motor Vehicle Act Regulations, B.C. Reg. 26/58", items BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 208/2018, effective October 28, 2018.

          section 37.17.02 (1) (c)Fail to provide daily log for commercial motor vehicle in respect of which exemption applies$120$95$18$138$113
          section 37.17.02 (1) (c)Fail to provide supporting documents for commercial motor vehicle in respect of which exemption applies$120$95$18$138$113

          ?Schedule 3, under heading "Motor Vehicle Act", 19 items for section 83.1 (2) were added by BC Reg 133/2019, effective July 4, 2019.

          ?Schedule 3, under heading "Motor Vehicle Act", item BEFORE deleted by BC Reg 133/2019, effective July 4, 2019.

          section 135.1Obstruct or interfere with speed monitoring device$220$195$33$253$228

          ?Schedule 3, under heading "Motor Vehicle Act", item section 208 (4) was added by BC Reg 202/2019, effective September 20, 2019.

          ?Schedule 3, under heading "Motor Vehicle Act Regulations, B.C. Reg. 26/58", item section 7.1635 was added by BC Reg 202/2019, effective September 20, 2019.

          ?Schedule 3, under heading "Motor Vehicle Act", item section 203 (1) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 192/2020, effective September 21, 2020.

          section 203 (1)Open door while unsafe$70$45$11$81$56

          ?Schedule 4, under heading "Forest Practices Code of British Columbia Act", items BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 105/2011, effective June 9, 2011.

          section 54 (3)Unauthorized industrial road use$150$23$173
          section 61 (1)Fail to carry out required survey$150$23$173
          section 62 (1)Construct road without complying with requirements$300$45$345
          section 63 (2)Fail to maintain road as required$300$45$345
          section 63 (3)Fail to maintain road as required$300$45$345
          section 63 (4)Fail to maintain road as required$300$45$345
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