New York Alcoholic Beverage Control Law

Sec. § 99
Special Permit to Remain Open During Certain Hours of the Morning

§ 99. Special permit to remain open during certain hours of the morning.


Any person licensed to sell alcoholic beverages for consumption on the premises pursuant to this chapter may apply to the liquor authority for a special permit to remain open on any week day between the hours of four o’clock a.m. or the closing hour prescribed by a rule adopted in a county on or before April first, nineteen hundred ninety-five or pursuant to subdivision eleven of section seventeen of this chapter, and eight o’clock a.m. The fee for such permit shall be fifty-one dollars per day.


The liquor authority may, in its discretion, issue to any such licensed person, whose premises are located within a trade area, a special permit to remain open during such hours of the morning on week-days. The fee for such permit shall be at the rate of two hundred fifty-six dollars per annum.


Such permits and the exercise of the privileges granted thereunder may be subjected by the liquor authority to such rules as it may deem necessary.

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