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Statute Number:41-2637
Chapter Title:INTOXICATING LIQUORS AND BEVERAGES
Article Title:LICENSURE AND REGULATION OF SALE OF LIQUOR BY THE DRINK
Tax Type:Alcoholic Beverage Control
Brief Description:Class A club license; rights of licensee; storing customer wine;
samples.
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41-2637. Class A club license; rights of licensee; storing customer wine; samples. (a) A license for a class A club shall allow the licensee to: (1) Offer for sale, sell and serve alcoholic liquor for consumption on the licensed premises by members and their families, and guests accompanying them; and (2) serve samples of alcoholic liquor free of charge for consumption by members and their families and guests accompanying them.
No charge of any sort may be made for a sample serving. A person may be served no more than five samples per visit. Samples may not be served to a minor. No samples may be removed from the licensed premises. No consideration shall be requested or required for entry onto the premises, participation in any event taking place on the premises or to remain on the premises.
(b) (1) Subject to the provisions of subsection (b)(2), any two or more class A or class B clubs may permit, by an agreement filed with and approved by the director, the members of each such club to have access to all other clubs which are parties to such agreement. The privileges extended to the visiting members of other clubs under such an agreement shall be determined by the agreement and, if the agreement so provides, any club which is a party to such agreement may sell, offer for sale and serve, to any person who is a member of another club which is a party to such agreement, alcoholic liquor for consumption on the licensed premises by such person and such person's family, and guests accompanying them.
(2) A class B club may enter into a reciprocal agreement authorized by subsection (b)(1) only if the class B club is a restaurant.
(c) A licensee may store on its premises wine sold to a customer for consumption at a later date on its premises in the unopened container. Such wine must be kept separate from all other alcohol stock and in a secure locked area separated by customer. Such wine shall not be removed from the licensed premises in its unopened condition.
History: L. 1978, ch. 186, 11; L. 1979, ch. 152, 9; L. 1982, ch. 211, 1; L. 1987, ch. 182, 86; L. 1994, ch. 300, 4; L. 2009, ch. 114, 7; L. 2013, ch. 130, 9; July 1.



Date Composed: 01/15/2014 Date Modified: 01/15/2014

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