Alcoholic Beverage Control - Special Permits - Charitable permits

Published: 2014-09-22

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§ 99-a. Charitable permits. 1. The liquor authority is hereby
authorized to issue a charitable permit to an organization to sell
alcoholic beverages, at auction or otherwise, where the authority is
satisfied: (a) that contributions made by an individual donor to such
organization are deductible for Federal income tax purposes; (b) that
the funds so raised will be used for the non-profit purposes of the
organization; (c) that all such alcoholic beverages shall be in sealed
containers; and (d) that not more than eighty cases shall be sold. Such
permit shall be valid for a twenty-four hour period commencing at eight
o'clock a.m. and only during the hours when such alcoholic beverages may
lawfully be sold by retail licensees in the county in which the auction
or sale is held. No alcoholic beverages sold pursuant to such permit
shall be consumed on the premises at which they are sold.

2. The fee for a one-day charitable permit shall be twenty dollars.