Alcoholic Beverage Control - Special Permits - Broker's permit


Published: 2014-09-22

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§ 93-a. Broker's permit. 1. No person shall engage as a broker in the
purchase and sale of alcoholic beverages in this state unless such
person shall have a broker's permit.

2. Such permit shall authorize the permittee to act as a broker in the
purchase and sale of alcoholic beverages for a fee or commission, for or
on behalf of a person authorized to manufacture or sell at wholesale
alcoholic beverages within or without the state. Such permittee shall
not buy or sell any alcoholic beverages for his own account, or take or
deliver title to such alcoholic beverages, and shall not receive or
store any alcoholic beverages in his own name in this state, or offer,
agree to offer or sell any alcoholic beverages to any retailer within
this state.

3. Such permit shall be issued either for one transaction or for a
calendar year and the exercise of the privileges granted thereby shall
be subject to such rules and conditions by the liquor authority as it
deems necessary.

4. The fee for a broker's permit shall be fixed by the liquor
authority, but shall not exceed twenty-six dollars for a permit valid
for one transaction nor two hundred fifty-six dollars for a permit
issued for a calendar year.