2013 New York Consolidated Laws
ABC - Alcoholic Beverage Control
53-A - Vendor's license.

NY Alcoh Bev Ctrl L § 53-A (2012) What's This?
    § 53-a. Vendor's  license.    In  cities  having  a  population of one
  million or more, any individual person may apply for a license  to  sell
  beer  as  a  vendor. Such application shall be in writing, and verified,
  and shall  contain  such  information  as  the  liquor  authority  shall
  require.  Such  application shall be accompanied by a check or draft for
  the amount required by this article for  such  license.  If  the  liquor
  authority  shall  grant the application it shall issue a license in such
  form as shall be determined by its rules. Such a license shall contain a
  description of the licensed premises and in form and in substance  shall
  be  a license to the person therein specifically designated to sell beer
  as a vendor in cities having a population of one million or  more  only,
  from  the  premises  therein specifically licensed.   A vendor's license
  shall authorize the  holder  thereof  to  sell  beer  at  retail  to  be
  delivered  by  such  vendor  to a person for consumption in his home and
  shall authorize the holder  thereof  to  operate  one  vehicle  for  the
  delivery  of  beer,  but  shall  not authorize the sale to any person or
  licensee for resale.

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