2015 Code of Alabama
Title 28 - INTOXICATING LIQUOR, MALT BEVERAGES AND WINE.
Chapter 4 - REGULATION AND CONTROL OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES IN DRY COUNTIES AND DRY MUNICIPALITIES.
Article 9 - Possession, etc., of Certain Quantities of State Tax-paid Alcoholic Beverages for Private Use.
Section 28-4-200 - Possession of certain quantities of state tax-paid alcoholic beverages for private use permitted; storage, possession, etc., of alcoholic beverages in passenger area of vehicles or in view of passengers.
Any person 19 years of age or over shall be entitled to have in his possession in his motor vehicle or a private residence or place of private residence or the curtilage thereof in any dry county in this state for his own private use and not for resale not more than the following quantity of alcoholic beverages, as enumerated and defined in Section 28-3-1, when such beverages have been sold or distributed by and through a state liquor store operated by the Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board or a licensee of such board, and the containers of such beverages have affixed thereto such mark or identification and sufficient revenue stamps as to show that such alcoholic beverages were sold or distributed by a state liquor store or a licensee of the Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board and that the required tax has been paid: three quarts of liquor and one case of malt or brewed beverages or three quarts of wine and one case of malt or brewed beverages; provided, however, that no alcoholic beverages shall be kept, stored or possessed in the passenger area of any vehicle or in the view of any passenger.(Acts 1971, No. 1265, p. 2194, §1.)
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