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Session Laws, 2006
Volume 750, Page 799   View pdf image
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ROBERT L. EHRLICH, JR., Governor                             Ch. 137 CHAPTER 137
(Senate Bill 612) AN ACT concerning Wicomico County - Alcoholic Beverages - Food Sales Requirement for Class B Licenses FOR the purpose of requiring holders of certain types of Class B licenses in Wicomico
County to meet a certain requirement regarding the average daily receipts from
the sale of food for each month; specifying that certain foodstuff may not be
included when calculating receipts from food; making certain stylistic changes;
and generally relating to Class B licenses in Wicomico County. BY repealing and reenacting, without amendments,
Article 2B - Alcoholic Beverages
Section 3-201(a), 5-201(a), and 6-201(x)(l) and (2)(i)
Annotated Code of Maryland
(2005 Replacement Volume) BY repealing and reenacting, with amendments,
Article 2B - Alcoholic Beverages Section 3-201(x), 5-201(x), 6-201(x)(2)(iv)l.D., 8-223, and 8-506
Annotated Code of Maryland
(2005 Replacement Volume) SECTION 1. BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF
MARYLAND, That the Laws of Maryland read as follows: Article 2B - Alcoholic Beverages 3-201. (a) (1) A Class B license shall be issued by the license issuing authority of
the county in which the place of business is located. The holder of the license may
keep for sale and sell beer at retail at any hotel or restaurant at the place described in
the license for consumption on the premises or elsewhere. (2) The annual fee for the license shall be paid to the local collecting
agent before any license is issued, for distribution as provided. (x) (1) In Wicomico County the annual license fee is $275. (2) (I) THIS LICENSE MAY BE ISSUED ONLY FOR A HOTEL OR
RESTAURANT THAT HAS THE AVERAGE DAILY RECEIPTS FROM THE SALE OF FOOD
FOR EACH MONTH EXCEED THE AVERAGE DAILY RECEIPTS FROM THE SALE OF
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES.
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