2020 New York Laws
ABC - Alcoholic Beverage Control
Article 10 - Special Provisions Relating to Illicit Alcoholic Beverages and Stills
152 - Sale of Illicit Alcoholic Beverages.

§ 152. Sale  of illicit alcoholic beverages.  (a) Any person who shall
knowingly barter or exchange with, or sell, give or offer to sell or  to
give another any illicit alcoholic beverage is guilty of a misdemeanor.

(b) Any person who shall possess or have under his control or transport any illicit alcoholic beverage with intent to barter or exchange with, or to sell or give to another the same or any part thereof is guilty of a misdemeanor. Such intent is presumptively established by proof that the person knowingly possessed or had under his control one or more gallons of illicit alcoholic beverages. This presumption may be rebutted.

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