2013 New York Consolidated Laws
ABC - Alcoholic Beverage Control
Article 4 - (50 - 57-A) SPECIAL PROVISIONS RELATING TO BEER
55-A - License to sell beer at retail, in certain counties, for consumption at baseball parks, race tracks and outdoor athletic fields and stadia where admis


NY Alcoh Bev Ctrl L § 55-A (2012) What's This?
 
    § 55-a. License  to  sell  beer  at  retail,  in certain counties, for
  consumption at baseball parks, race tracks and outdoor  athletic  fields
  and  stadia  where  admission fees are charged, in operation for certain
  periods of the year. 1. Any  person  may  make  an  application  to  the
  appropriate  board for a license to sell beer to be consumed at baseball
  parks, race tracks, and other athletic fields and stadia where admission
  fees are charged, other than  such  parks,  fields  and  stadia  as  are
  operated  and  maintained by educational institutions, to be consumed on
  the premises. 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.  All  of  the  provisions
  contained  in  subdivisions  two  and  three of section fifty-four shall
  apply to the procedure relative to an application for  a  license  under
  this section.
    2. Such a license shall contain a description of the licensed premises
  and  in  form  and  substance  shall  be a license to the person therein
  specifically  designated  to  sell  beer   on   the   premises   therein
  specifically licensed, at retail, to be consumed upon such premises.

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