New York Alcoholic Beverage Control Law

Sec. § 79-A
Authorization to Sell Wine Products by Certain Licensees for Consumption Off the Premises

§ 79-a. Authorization to sell wine products by certain licensees for consumption off the premises.


Any person licensed to sell beer at retail for consumption off the premises, pursuant to section fifty-four of this chapter, shall, by virtue of such license and upon payment to the liquor authority of an additional fee in the sum of one hundred sixty-five dollars in cities having a population of one hundred thousand or over and eighty-three dollars elsewhere, be granted authorization to sell from the licensed premises wine products in sealed containers for consumption off such premises. Upon receipt of such additional fee, the liquor authority shall promptly issue a permit authorizing such sales by the licensee.


Notwithstanding any other provisions of this chapter, any person receiving a permit pursuant to this section shall be subject to such provisions of this chapter as are applicable to persons licensed pursuant to section fifty-four of this chapter, and not to those provisions which are applicable only to persons licensed pursuant to sections sixty-three and seventy-nine of this chapter.

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