General Assembly: 80 (2004 Regular GA) - Chapter 1180 - Annual meeting of MidAmerican Chapter of American Association of Law Librarians


Published: 2004-04-02

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815 LAWS OF THE EIGHTIETH G.A., 2004 SESSION CH. 1180

CH. 1180CH. 1180

CHAPTER 1180

ANNUAL MEETING OF MIDAMERICAN CHAPTER OF AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF LAW LIBRARIANS

S.J.R. 2009

A JOINT RESOLUTION authorizing the temporary use and consumption of wine in the State Capitol in conjunction with the 2004 annual meeting of the MidAmerican Chapter of the American Association of Law Librarians.

WHEREAS, the MidAmerican Chapter of the American Association of Law Librarians is a prestigious group representing information resource specialists in all areas of research in both the public and private sectors; and WHEREAS, the annual meeting of the MidAmerican Chapter of the American Association

of Law Librarians addresses themajor issues facing libraries, staff, and library users at all lev- els; and WHEREAS, wine is customarily served at social events for member participants attending

the annual meeting; and WHEREAS, under 11 IAC 100.4(8), which prohibits the consumption of alcoholic beverages

on the capitol complex, it is not possible to serve wine at social events in the State Capitol; NOW THEREFORE,

Be It Enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa:

Section 1. Notwithstanding 11 IAC 100.4(8) and any contrary provisions of chapter 123, prohibiting theuse and consumption of alcoholic beverages in public places,winemaybeused and consumed within the State Capitol at a social event, to be held on or around October 15, 2004, hosted by local membership committees in conjunction with the 2004 Annual Meeting of theMidAmerican Chapter of theAmerican Association of LawLibrarians, if the person pro- viding the food and wine at the social event possesses the appropriate valid liquor control li- cense. For the purposes of this section and section 123.95, the State Capitol is a private place.

Approved April 2, 2004