117.1 Any person who is permitted to sell explosives under subsections 117(1) and (2) is hereby authorized to issue an Explosives Purchase and Possession Permit in Form 20 of Schedule II on condition that,
(a) where the purchaser is known to the vendor, the vendor obtains from the purchaser the information required by that Permit and causes that Permit to be duly completed; or
(b) where the purchaser is not known to the vendor, the purchaser presents to the vendor a statement signed by the local police indicating that the police have verified the identity and domicile address of the purchaser, and the vendor obtains from the purchaser the information required by that Permit and causes that Permit to be duly completed.
- SOR/89-380, s. 1.
118. (1) Every person who manufactures or imports into Canada an explosive shall print legibly on the explosive or, if printing thereon is not practicable, on every package containing the explosive,
(a) his name and address or the name and address of his authorized distributor;
(b) the brand or trade name of the explosive;
(c) any logotype used in connection with his business; and
(d) precautions or instructions for the safe handling, storage and use of the explosive.
(2) No person who sells an explosive shall alter, deface or obscure any printing on the explosive or on a package containing the explosive.
- SOR/82-779, s. 6.
119. (1) No person shall knowingly sell, deliver or cause to be delivered to any person any explosive that he has reasonable grounds to believe may be used for a criminal or mischievous purpose.
(2) Where the operator of a factory, magazine or vehicle reasonably believes that the delivery of explosives to a person would violate any provision of the Act or these Regulations or any term or condition of a factory or magazine licence, he shall not deliver explosives to that person.
120. (1) Except as provided in sections 120.1 and 120.2, no person shall knowingly sell any explosive to a person who
(a) is under 18 years of age; or
(b) appears to be under 18 years of age and does not produce evidence that he is 18 years of age or older.
(2) For the purposes of this section, “explosive” does not include
(a) caps for toy guns included in Subdivision 1 of Division 2 of Class 7 fireworks; or
(b) pyrotechnic distress signals or lifesaving devices that fall within the description of any class of explosives set out in Part I.
- SOR/79-1, s. 2;
- SOR/90-84, s. 1.
120.1 No person shall knowingly sell safety cartridges to a person who
(a) is under 16 years of age, unless he is the holder of a valid permit to possess a firearm issued pursuant to subsection 110(6) of the Criminal Code; or
(b) appears to be under 16 years of age and does not produce evidence that he is 16 years of age or older.
- SOR/90-84, s. 2.
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