LIQUOR LICENSING ACT - 1970 (ACT 331)

    Section - 15 - Young Persons to be Excluded.

    (1) No holder of a licence to sell spirits, wine or beer shall allow any person under the apparent age of eighteen years to be at any time in the bar of the licenced premises during permitted hours.

    (2) Any licensee who contravenes this section, and any person who causes or procures any person under the apparent age of eighteen years to enter or to be in the bar of any licensed premises during the permitted hours, shall be guilty of an offence and liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding fifty new cedis and in default of payment to imprisonment not exceeding one month.

    (3) If a person under the apparent age of eighteen years is found in the bar of any licensed premises during permitted hours, the holder of the licence shall be deemed to have committed an offence under this section unless he shows that he had used all due care to prevent that person from being admitted to the bar or the young person had attained the age of eighteen years.

    (4) No licensee under this Act shall sell any spirit, wine or beer to any drunken person or permit any disorderly or improper conduct on his premises or any part of the premises attached thereto.