||Title:||DUTIABLE COMMODITIES REGULATIONS||Gazette Number:|
|Regulation:||8||Heading:||Quantities of dutiable goods allowed in possession of passengers and crew||Version Date:||30/06/1997|
(1) A passenger in or crew member of a ship or aircraft, while the ship or aircraft is in Hong Kong, shall not have in his possession, custody or control on board the ship or aircraft without the permission of the Commissioner any dutiable liquor or tobacco in excess of-
(2) Quantities in excess of these amounts are permitted and are not liable to forfeiture if they are the property of the officer, crew member or passenger, stored in the place provided for the custody of ship or aircraft stores under the provision of regulation 7 and are shown on the record required by regulation 7 and are included in the Import and Export Statement and in an application for ship or aircraft stores.
(a) for liquor, 1 L of spirits or table wine, or 4 L of beer or stout, and 1/2 L of port, sherry or liqueur;
(b) 250 grams of tobacco, or 50 cigars, or 200 cigarettes.
(L.N. 452 of 1996)