Innkeepers Act: Section 6 requires innkeepers to post, in a conspicuous place, in every guest room and office a copy of the wording provided in section 4 which outlines the limitation of the innkeepers’ liability. Section 4 states:
Limitations of innkeeper’s liability
4. (1) No innkeeper is liable to make good to any guest any loss of or injury to goods brought to the inn, not being a horse or other live animal, or any gear appertaining thereto, or a carriage, to a greater amount than the sum of $40 except, except where default or neglect (a) where the goods have been stolen, lost or injured through the wilful act, default, or neglect of the innkeeper or the innkeeper's employee; or unless deposited with him for safekeeping
(b) where the goods have been deposited expressly for safe custody with the innkeeper. R.S.O. 1990, c. I.7, s. 4
Conditions of liability
(2) In case of such deposit, it is lawful for the inn keeper, if the innkeeper thinks fit, to require, as a condition of liability, that the goods shall be deposited in a box or other receptacle, fastened and sealed by the person depositing the goods. R.S.O. 1990, c. I.7, s. 4 (2).
A consoldated version of the Innkeepers Act from 2005 is available in PDF format here.
The original non amended Innkeepers Act, 1990 is available in the Service Ontario elaws here.