KSC, TITLE 12.  EDUCATION & HEALTH
 
 
Chapter 14.  Alcoholic Drink

Section 12.1401.  Sales license and drinking permit: general.
Section 12.1402.  Sales license.
Section 12.1403.  Drinking permit.
Section 12.1404.  Seller's duty.
Section 12.1405.  Sale.
Section 12.1406.  Exemption for later construction.

      Section 12.1401.  Sales license and drinking permit: general.
      By regulation which may include the definition of terms the Office of the Attorney General provides for the sale and consumption of alcoholic drink by issuance of a sales license and a drinking permit, and by monitoring compliance with license and permit requirements.  Upon request a person shows a permit or license to Office of Attorney General personnel.

      Section 12.1402.  Sales license.

     (1)  Before engaging in the sale of alcoholic drink a person obtains a license indicating one of the following categories of sale:

     (a)  wholesale;

     (b)  retail;

     (c)  bar; or

     (d)  restaurant.

     (2)  A person has a license for each facility at which a sale may occur only in the category licensed.

     (3)  The fee for a sales license is two hundred dollars.

      Section 12.1403.  Drinking permit.
      If otherwise lawful upon payment of a fee of ten dollars for an annual permit or three dollars for a temporary permit a person twenty one years or older receives a drinking permit in a form determined by the Office of the Attorney General.  An annual permit is valid for one year.  A temporary permit is valid for one month.

      Section 12.1404.  Seller's duty.
      Before selling alcoholic drink a person determines whether the buyer has the requisite permit or license, or both.

      Section 12.1405.  Sale.
      A sale of alcoholic drink occurs only at a commercial facility designated by a sales license conspicuously displayed therein.

      Section 12.1406.  Exemption for later construction.
      Construction of a building or road following issuance of a license does not subject the license holder to prosecution pursuant to Section 13.516 (5) or (9).

Cross-reference:
Generally delayed effect see Section 1.304(3). Generally for offenses see Sections 13.516 and 13.517.
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