2013 New York Consolidated Laws
ABC - Alcoholic Beverage Control
Article 4 - (50 - 57-A) SPECIAL PROVISIONS RELATING TO BEER
54-A - License to sell beer and wine products at retail for consumption off the premises.


NY Alcoh Bev Ctrl L § 54-A (2012) What's This?
 
    § 54-a. License   to  sell  beer  and  wine  products  at  retail  for
  consumption off the premises. 1. Any person may apply to the appropriate
  board for a license to sell beer and wine products at retail not  to  be
  consumed  upon  the  premises  where  sold. 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  section  fifty-six  of  this
  article  for  such  license.  The term "premises" shall include any duly
  licensed supply  ship  operating  in  harbors  in  Lake  Erie.  All  the
  provisions contained in subdivisions two and three of section fifty-four
  of  this article shall apply to the procedure relative to an application
  for a license under this section.
    2. No such license shall be issued, however, to  any  person  for  any
  premises other than a grocery store, drug store, or duly licensed supply
  ship operating in harbors in Lake Erie.
    3.  Such  license shall contain a description of the licensed premises
  and in  form  and  in  substance  shall  be  a  license  to  the  person
  specifically designated therein to sell beer and wine products at retail
  in  the  premises  specifically  licensed,  not to be consumed upon said
  premises.

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