§1073. Indoor racquet clubs; ice skating clubs; golf club facilities; curling clubs; and bowling centers

Link to law: http://legislature.maine.gov/legis/statutes/28-A/title28-Asec1073.html
Published: 2015

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§1073. Indoor racquet clubs; ice skating clubs; golf club facilities; curling clubs; and
bowling centers








1. Issuance of licenses. 
The bureau may issue licenses under this section for the sale of spirits, wine and
malt liquor to be consumed on the premises to bowling centers, curling clubs, golf
clubs, indoor ice skating clubs and indoor racquet clubs as defined in section 2,
subsection 15, paragraphs B-1, D-1, G, J and K respectively.


[
1995, c. 558, §5 (AMD)
.]








2. Food availability. 
The licensee shall offer food for sale to the public at all times that liquor is
for sale. For bowling centers, at least 10% of the gross annual income, not including
income from the bowling business, must be from the sale of food.


[
1989, c. 244, §6 (AMD)
.]








3. Separate area for sale of food and liquor. 
The licensee shall set aside a separate area for the sale and consumption of food
and liquor in accordance with the rules of the bureau. For bowling centers, that
separate area may not include the area in which the game of bowling is conducted.


[
1997, c. 373, §100 (AMD)
.]





SECTION HISTORY

1987, c. 45, §A4 (NEW).
1989, c. 244, §6 (AMD).
1995, c. 558, §§4-6 (AMD).
1997, c. 373, §100 (AMD).