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Session Laws, 1984
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702

LAWS OF MARYLAND

Ch. 234

to meet these standards, an application for the renewal of a
license, a transfer from one license holder to another at the
same location, or a transfer from one license holder to another
at a different location. The board may grant an additional
extension of one year, expiring as of May 1, 1969, as to any
request for a renewal or transfer, if it finds that as of May 1,
1968, the license holder is seriously engaged in a bona fide
effort to comply with the standards contained in this section.

(3) (i) There is, in addition to the classes provided
for, a special Class B license known as Class BH, which shall be
issued only to hotels.

(iii) The annual license fee is [$1,250]
$1,440.

(5)   In Prince George's County there is in addition to
the classes provided for, a special Class B license known as
Class BLX which is issued only to luxury type restaurants; they
shall be applied for in the regular manner and the license fee is
[$940] $1,080. A luxury type restaurant shall be as defined by
the rules and regulations of the board of liquor license
commissioners for Prince George's County, if the restaurant has
a minimum capital investment of $500,000 for dining room
facilities and kitchen equipment, which sum may not include the
cost of land, buildings or a lease, with a minimum seating
capacity of 150 persons. The board of license commissioners has
complete discretion as to whom these licenses shall be issued,
the number to be issued, and as to whether an existing license
holder of an alcoholic beverage license in Prince George's County
may also have an interest in one Class BLX license. An
individual or corporation may hold not more than two Class BLX
licenses. This license is limited and restricted to the purpose
of providing alcoholic beverages for consumption on the licensed
premises only, with no off-sale privileges to be exercised. The
residency requirements specified in § 40 of this article as it
pertains to Prince George's County do not apply to Class BLX
licenses.

(6)   In Prince George's County, the board of license
commissioners is authorized to approve the issuance of a Class B,
beer, wine and liquor license, to be known as an "arena license",
for the sale of beer, wine, and liquor by the drink and by the
bottle within the arena, from one or more outlets, for
consumption on the licensed premises. This license shall be
issued only to the person, firm, or corporation owning or leasing
an arena, one of whom must be a resident of the State of
Maryland, or to a concessionaire designated by the person, firm,
or corporation owning or leasing the arena. The concessionaire
need not be a resident of the State of Maryland. The board of
license commissioners shall prescribe rules and regulations
pertaining to the manner of dispensing alcoholic beverages, the
number of outlets authorized to dispense alcoholic beverages, and
the hours and days of sale. The licensee is subject to all of
the provisions of this article and to the rules and regulations

 

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