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Article 7 - Alcoholic Beverage Control Law

SPECIAL PERMITS

Section Description
90 Kinds of permits.
91 Industrial alcohol permit.
91-A Industrial alcohol manufacturers` permits.
92 Alcohol permit.
92-A Alcohol distributors` permits.
93 Solicitor`s permit.
93-A Broker`s permit.
94 Trucking permit.
95 Drug store permit.
96 Warehouse permit.
96-A Bottling permit.
96-B Reconditioning permit.
97 Temporary beer and wine permit.
97-A Temporary retail permit.
98 Caterer`s permit.
99 Special permit to remain open during certain hours of the morning.
99-A Charitable permits.
99-B Miscellaneous permits.
99-D Miscellaneous fees.
99-E Change in duration of permits.
99-F Special permits for minors to entertain.
99-G Sale of privately held wines.
  S 90. Kinds of permits.  The following kinds of permits may be issued
for carrying on the activities enumerated in this article with respect
to alcoholic beverages, alcohol or spirits. No person shall engage in
any of such activities without having obtained the appropriate permit
required hereby therefor:
  1. Industrial alcohol permit.
  2. Alcohol permit.
  2-a. Alcohol distributors` permits.
  3. Solicitor`s permit.
  3-a. Broker`s permit.
  4. Trucking permit.
  5. Drug store permit.
  6. Warehouse permit.
  7. Temporary outdoor permit.
  8. Caterer`s permit.
  9. Special permit to remain open during certain hours of the morning.
  10. Bottling permit.
  11. Reconditioning permit.
  12. Miscellaneous permits.

  S 91. Industrial alcohol permit. 1. An industrial alcohol permit may
be issued by the liquor authority entitling the applicant to purchase
alcohol intended for use in the manufacture and sale of any of the
following, when they are unfit for beverage purposes, namely:
  (a) Denatured alcohol purchased and used pursuant to acts of Congress
and regulations promulgated thereunder.
  (b) Patent, proprietary, medicinal, pharmaceutical, antiseptic and
toilet preparations.
  (c) Flavoring extracts, syrups and food products.
  (d) Scientific, chemical, mechanical and industrial products.
  2. Such permit shall be in such form as prescribed by the rules of the
liquor authority and shall permit the purchaser to use said alcohol for
the purpose named in such permit and in accordance with the terms and
conditions of such permit and the rules of the liquor authority.
  3. Such permit shall be issued for a calendar year, and the fee
therefor shall be sixty-four dollars per year, or for any part thereof.
  4. Any person who shall knowingly sell any of the products enumerated
in this section for beverage purposes, or who shall sell any of the same
under circumstances from which he might reasonably deduce the intention
of the purchaser to use them for such purposes, shall be subject to the
penalties provided for in this chapter.

  S 91-a. Industrial  alcohol  manufacturers' permits.  1. An industrial
  alcohol manufacturer's permit may be  issued  by  the  liquor  authority
  entitling  the  applicant to manufacture alcohol intended for use and/or
  used for the following purposes:
    For  scientific,  chemical,  mechanical,  industrial,  medicinal   and
  culinary purposes.
    For  use  by those authorized to procure alcohol tax-free, as provided
  by the acts of congress and regulations promulgated thereunder.
    In the manufacture of denatured alcohol as provided  by  the  acts  of
  congress and regulations promulgated thereunder.

    In  the  manufacture  of  patented,  patent,  proprietary,  medicinal,
  pharmaceutical, antiseptic, toilet, scientific, chemical, mechanical and
  industrial preparations or products, unfit for beverage purposes.
    In the  manufacture  of  flavoring  extracts  and  syrups,  unfit  for
  beverage purposes.
    In  the  manufacture of ethanol from biomass feedstock for use as fuel
  (including but not limited to motor  fuel,  heating  fuel  or  fuel  for
  process heat).
    2. Such permit shall be in such form as prescribed by the rules of the
  liquor  authority  and  shall permit the manufacturer to manufacture and
  distribute said  alcohol  to  holders  of  industrial  alcohol  permits,
  alcohol  permits,  distributors'  alcohol permits class A, distributors'
  alcohol permits class B and distributors' alcohol permits  class  C  but
  nothing   contained   herein   shall  authorize  the  manufacturing  and
  distribution of said alcohol for beverage purposes.
    3. The annual fee for  an  industrial  alcohol  manufacturer's  permit
  shall be eight hundred dollars, except that:
    (a)  no  holder  of a class A distiller's license shall be required to
  obtain such permit or pay such fee;
    (b) no fee shall be required from any applicant who certifies that  he
  will manufacture, solely from biomass feedstock, ethanol for his own use
  as fuel;
    (c)  no fee shall be required from any applicant who certifies that he
  will manufacture, solely from biomass feedstock, less than  one  hundred
  thousand gallons of ethanol annually for use as a fuel;
    (d)  no fee shall be required from any applicant who certifies that he
  will manufacture, solely from biomass feedstock other than  food  crops,
  ethanol for use as fuel; and
    (e)  no fee shall be required from any applicant who certifies that he
  is the holder of an experimental  distilled  spirits  plant  permit,  as
  provided  by  federal law and regulation, for the manufacture of ethanol
  for his own use as fuel.
    Any permit issued pursuant to paragraph (b), (c), (d) or (e)  of  this
  subdivision shall clearly state the conditions upon which it is granted.
    4.  Such  industrial  alcohol manufacturer's permit shall be effective
  for a  license  year  expiring  on  the  thirty-first  day  of  December
  following  the  date  of  issue, and the fee prescribed therefor by this
  section shall be the fee due and payable therefor, and shall be paid  in
  advance  at  the  time the application shall be made as provided by this
  section.
    When application for any permit under this section is made, after  the
  first  day  of  January  in  any  year,  the fee therefor shall, for the
  balance of the year, be in proportion as  the  remainder  of  such  year
  shall  bear  to  the whole year, except, that it shall in no case be for
  less than one-half of such year.

  S 92.  Alcohol permit. 1. The liquor authority is hereby authorized to
issue special permits for the purchase of alcohol to the superintendent,
or duly authorized officer, of a hospital, museum, laboratory, art,
charitable, educational, or similar public institution, or to a drug
store, or licensed physician, dentist, veterinarian, optometrist and
chiropodist, or to a manufacturing establishment using alcohol in its
processes of manufacture.
  2. Such permit shall be issued in such form as prescribed by the
liquor authority and shall permit the purchase and use of such alcohol
for the purpose named in such permit and in accordance with the terms
and conditions thereof and the rules of the liquor authority.
  3. Such permit shall be issued for a calendar year, and the fee
therefor shall be six dollars per year or for any part thereof.
  4. Any person who shall knowingly sell any alcohol for beverage
purposes or who shall sell the same under circumstances from which he
might reasonably deduce the intention of the purchaser to use it for
such purposes, shall be subject to the penalties provided for in this
chapter.

  S 92-a. Alcohol distributors` permits. 1. The following kinds of
permits may be issued for the sale and distribution of alcohol.
  (a) Distributor`s alcohol permit--- class a.
  (b) Distributor`s alcohol permit--- class b.
  (c) Distributor`s alcohol permit--- class c.
  (d) Distributor`s alcohol permit--- class d.
  2. (a) A class "a" permit shall authorize the holder thereof to sell
and distribute to licensed rectifiers alcohol which is to be used for
beverage purposes and to all holders of permits issued pursuant to this
section or sections ninety-one and ninety-two of this chapter. (b) A
class "b" permit shall authorize the holder thereof to sell and
distribute alcohol to holders of a class "c" alcohol distributor`s
permit or to holders of permits issued pursuant to section ninety-one
and section ninety-two of this chapter. (c) A class "c" permit shall
authorize the holder thereof to sell and distribute alcohol to holders
of permits issued pursuant to section ninety-two of this chapter and to
use alcohol in the preparation by him of any of the products enumerated
in section ninety-one of this chapter. Such a permit may be applied for
by and shall be issued only to a wholesale druggist. (d) A class "d"
permit shall authorize the holder thereof to sell and distribute alcohol
to the holder of winery licenses. Such permit shall be issued only to a
person holding a winery license under this chapter.
  Such permits shall be issued in such form as may be prescribed by the
liquor authority, and the privileges granted thereby shall be exercised
in accordance with the terms and conditions thereof and the rules of the
liquor authority.
  3. The annual fee for a distributor`s alcohol permit, class "a," shall
be sixteen hundred dollars.
  4. The annual fee for a distributor`s alcohol permit, class "b," shall
be eight hundred dollars.
  5. The annual fee for a distributor`s alcohol permit, class "c," shall
be one hundred sixty dollars.
  6. The annual fee for a distributor`s alcohol permit, class "d," shall
be three hundred eighty-four dollars.
  7. Such distributors` alcohol permits shall be effective for a license
year expiring on the thirty-first day of December following the date of
issuance, and the fee prescribed therefor by this section shall be the
fee due and payable therefor, and shall be paid in advance at the time
the application shall be made as provided by this section.
  When application for any permit under this section is made, after the
first day of January in any year, the fee therefor shall, for the
balance of the year, be in proportion as the remainder of such year
shall bear to the whole year, except, that it shall in no case be for
less than one-half of such year.

  S 93. Solicitor`s permit. 1. No individual shall offer for sale or
solicit any order in the state for the sale of any alcoholic beverage
irrespective of whether such sale is to be made within or without the
state, unless such person shall have a solicitor`s permit.
  2. Such a permit shall authorize the permittee to offer for sale or to
solicit orders for the sale of any alcoholic beverages, and shall set
forth the name, address and license number of the licensee whom the
solicitor represents, and such solicitor shall not represent any
licensee whose name does not appear upon such permit.
  3. The license fee for such permit shall be twenty-six dollars per
year, or for any part thereof, and the permit shall be issued for the
calendar year.
  4. Notwithstanding the foregoing provisions of this section, any duly
licensed manufacturer or wholesaler may apply to the liquor authority
for an annual temporary solicitor`s employment permit. Such permit shall
authorize such manufacturer or wholesaler to employ one or more persons
as a solicitor for a period of not exceeding sixty consecutive working
days provided that within thirty days after such employee has been
employed as a solicitor such employee shall file his application for a
solicitor`s permit with the liquor authority. The license fee for such
permit shall be thirty-eight dollars per year, or for any part thereof,
and the permit shall be issued for the calendar year. Such permit and
the exercise of the privileges hereby granted thereunder, shall be
subject to such terms and conditions as may be prescribed by the liquor
authority.
  5. Notwithstanding any provision of this chapter to the contrary, a
licensed winery or licensed farm winery may obtain from the liquor
authority a solicitor`s permit authorizing the licensee to offer for
sale or solicit any order for any New York state labelled wine. The
authority shall not charge an application or permit fee for the issuance
of a solicitor`s permit to a licensed winery or farm winery.

  S 93-a. Broker`s permit. 1. No person shall engage as a broker in the
purchase and sale of alcoholic beverages in this state unless such
person shall have a broker`s permit.
  2. Such permit shall authorize the permittee to act as a broker in the
purchase and sale of alcoholic beverages for a fee or commission, for or
on behalf of a person authorized to manufacture or sell at wholesale
alcoholic beverages within or without the state. Such permittee shall
not buy or sell any alcoholic beverages for his own account, or take or
deliver title to such alcoholic beverages, and shall not receive or
store any alcoholic beverages in his own name in this state, or offer,
agree to offer or sell any alcoholic beverages to any retailer within
this state.
  3. Such permit shall be issued either for one transaction or for a
calendar year and the exercise of the privileges granted thereby shall
be subject to such rules and conditions by the liquor authority as it
deems necessary.
  4. The fee for a broker`s permit shall be fixed by the liquor
authority, but shall not exceed twenty-six dollars for a permit valid
for one transaction nor two hundred fifty-six dollars for a permit
issued for a calendar year.

  S 94. Trucking permit. 1. No vehicle shall be used in this state for
the trucking or transportation of any alcoholic beverage unless such
vehicle shall be registered with the liquor authority by a permit issued
by it and shall have affixed thereto a sign to be approved by the liquor
authority, containing the registration number of such vehicle. In lieu
of such sign a vehicle may have in its cab a photostatic copy of its
current permit issued by the Authority. This provision shall not apply
to vehicles owned or hired and operated by a licensee.
  2. Such permit shall be issued for the calendar year, and may cover
one or more trucks and in cities having a population of one million or
less to duly licensed taxicabs used to deliver only wine or liquor sold
at retail and the fee therefor shall be at the rate of fifty-one dollars
per truck or such duly licensed taxicab per year.
  2-a. In lieu of such permits, the liquor authority may issue a fleet
permit for an annual fee of sixty-four hundred dollars. Such fleet
permit shall cover any and all vehicles owned or hired, and operated, by
such permittee. In lieu of the sign required to be affixed to each
vehicle pursuant to subdivision one of this section, the holder of a
fleet permit may have in the cab of such vehicle a photostatic copy of
its current fleet permit issued by the authority.
  3. If such application is made after July first in any one year, the
fee shall be one-half of the annual fee herein provided for.

  S 95. Drug store permit. The liquor authority may issue a drug store
permit to sell liquor and/or wine for off-premises consumption pursuant
to this section.
  1. Application must be made upon a form to be provided by the liquor
authority and shall be filed with the appropriate board. Section
fifty-four shall control so far as applicable the procedure in
connection with such application.
  2. Such permit shall authorize the permittee to sell liquor or wine in
the original sealed package only upon a written prescription of a
regularly licensed physician in a quantity not exceeding one pint of
liquor and one quart of wine; such prescription shall state the date
thereof; the name of the person for whom prescribed and shall be
preserved by the vendor and pasted in a book kept for the purpose and be
but once filled. Such package shall not be opened after sale nor its
contents consumed on the premises where sold.
  3. No such permittee shall have, keep or offer for sale, or sell in
the premises designated in the permit any liquor which is not of the
strength, quality and purity prescribed in the latest United States
Pharmacopoeia.
  4. Such permit shall be issued for a calendar year and the fee
therefor shall be at the rate of fifty-one dollars per year for each
place where such traffic is carried on except that where application
shall be filed after July first in any year the fee to be paid shall be
the sum of twenty-six dollars for the balance of such year.

  S 96. Warehouse permit. 1. (a) No alcoholic beverage shall be stored
or kept in or upon any premises which shall not be duly licensed as
provided for in this chapter, provided, however, that the liquor
authority may issue a permit in such form as prescribed by its rules,
for the storage of alcoholic beverages in other than licensed premises,
except that no such permit shall be issued to any person licensed
pursuant to the provisions of section fifty-four or fifty-four-a of this
article, nor shall any such person licensed pursuant to the provisions
of section fifty-four or fifty-four-a of this article store or cause to
be stored any alcoholic beverages in other than its licensed premises.
  (b) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (a) of this
subdivision, a person licensed pursuant to section fifty-four or
fifty-four-a of this article may be issued a permit pursuant to this
section for the storage of a private label brand or brands of beer for
which the licensee is the registered owner or for a brand or brands of
beer of which the licensee is the exclusive retail seller in the state.
  2. The authority is hereby empowered upon application therefor to
issue a special retail warehouse permit for the storage of beer. Such
permit may be issued to a person licensed pursuant to section fifty-four
or section fifty-four-a of this article on an annual basis and shall be
issued in such form as prescribed by the rules of the authority for the
storage of beer in other than such licensee`s licensed premises. No more
than five such permits may be issued by the authority on a statewide
basis at any time and such permits may only be issued to persons who own
licensed premises having no more than twenty-five hundred square feet of
retail space per each such premises and employing no more than five
people on each premises during any period of operation.
  3. Such permit shall be issued for the calendar year and the fee
therefor shall be at the rate of two hundred fifty-six dollars per
annum, except that where the application shall be filed after July first
in any year the fee shall be one hundred twenty-eight dollars for the
remainder of such period.

  S 96-a. Bottling permit. 1. No liquor or wine may be bottled in this
state except by the manufacturer thereof or as hereinafter provided.
  2. The liquor authority is hereby authorized to issue a bottling
permit to a wholesale wine or liquor licensee to bottle, recask, filter
or clarify wine or liquor, respectively, imported in bulk from a foreign
country, on the premises of a United States customs bonded warehouse for
which a warehouse permit has been issued under this chapter or in a
foreign trade zone established pursuant to federal law. Such permit and
the exercise of the privileges granted thereunder shall be subject to
the laws of the United States and the rules of the federal agency having
jurisdiction thereunder, and such other rules as the state liquor
authority deems necessary.
  3. The liquor authority is hereby authorized to issue a bottling
permit to a person to bottle, on the premises designated in the permit
or in a United States customs bonded warehouse for which a warehouse
permit has been issued under this chapter, liquor manufactured outside
of the state of New York or wine produced in a foreign country and
received in this state in bulk. Such bottling may be performed for or on
behalf of wholesale liquor or wine licensees or for persons authorized
to sell liquor or wine at wholesale pursuant to the laws and regulations
of any other state, territorial possession of the United States or
foreign country. Such permit shall also authorize the holder thereof to
rebottle or recondition liquors and wines manufactured outside of the
state of New York and received in this state, for or on behalf of
wholesale liquor or wine licensees, or for persons authorized to sell
liquor or wine at wholesale pursuant to the laws and regulations of any
other state, territorial possession of the United States or foreign
country.  Such permit and the exercise of the privileges granted
thereunder shall be subject to the laws of the United States and the
rules of the federal agency having jurisdiction thereunder, and such
other rules as the state liquor authority deems necessary.
  4. Such permit shall be issued in the form prescribed by the liquor
authority and shall be issued for the calendar year and the fee for a
permit issued under subdivision two of this section shall be at the rate
of four hundred eighty dollars per annum, except that where the
application shall be filed after July first in any year the fee shall be
two hundred forty dollars for the remainder of such period. The fee for
a permit under subdivision three of this section shall be at the rate of
sixteen hundred dollars per annum, except that where the application
shall be filed after July first in any year the fee shall be eight
hundred dollars for the remainder of such period.

  S 96-b. Reconditioning permit. 1. The liquor authority may issue a
reconditioning permit to a wholesale liquor licensee to recondition
wines and liquors manufactured outside of the state of New York
including filtering, clarifying, rebottling, labeling, relabeling or
repacking such wines and liquors. Such permit may be issued to a
wholesale wine licensee to recondition such wines under the same terms
and conditions as provided herein. Only wines purchased in sealed
containers not exceeding fifteen gallons in content or liquor in sealed
containers not exceeding one quart in content may be so reconditioned.
Such reconditioning shall be done on such premises and under such
conditions as the liquor authority may prescribe.
  2. Each such permit and the exercise of the privilege granted thereby
shall be subject to the laws of the United States and the rules of the
federal agency having jurisdiction thereunder and the rules and
regulations to be promulgated by the liquor authority and operations
conducted pursuant thereto shall be performed under such supervision as
the liquor authority shall require.
  3. Each such permit shall be issued in such form as shall be
prescribed by the liquor authority and shall be valid for one day only.
The fee for each such permit shall not exceed twenty-six dollars.

  S 97. Temporary  beer  and  wine  permit.   1. The liquor authority is
  hereby authorized to issue temporary permits effective for a period  not
  to  exceed  twenty-four  consecutive hours to authorize the sale of beer
  and wine manufactured in New York state at outdoor or indoor gatherings,
  functions, occasions or events, within the hours fixed by or pursuant to
  subdivision five of section one hundred  six  of  this  chapter,  during
  which  alcoholic  beverages may lawfully be sold or served upon premises
  licensed  to  sell  alcoholic  beverages  at  retail   for   on-premises
  consumption  in  the community in which is located the premises in which
  such gathering, function, occasion or event is held. The  fee  for  such
  permit  shall be twenty-six dollars. Such permit and the exercise of the
  privilege granted thereby shall be subject to such rules of  the  liquor
  authority as it deems necessary.
    2. The liquor authority is hereby authorized to issue an annual permit
  to  brewers and beer wholesalers authorizing such licensees to sell beer
  for consumption at outdoor or indoor gatherings, functions, occasions or
  events, provided that such gatherings are not open to admission  to  the
  general public nor is admission thereto made contingent upon the payment
  of an admission fee, donation or contribution, and further provided that
  such  beer  is  not  resold  at  such  gatherings.  Every brewer or beer
  wholesaler to whom a permit shall  be  issued  hereunder  shall  require
  every  person  to  whom beer shall be sold for use at such gatherings to
  make, execute and file with such brewer or beer wholesaler, upon a  form
  to  be  prescribed  by  the liquor authority, a statement, that the beer
  purchased by such person will not be sold or offered for  sale  by  such
  person.  Such  statement  shall  be  accepted  for  all  purposes as the
  equivalent of an affidavit, and  if  false,  shall  subject  the  person
  making  and  executing  the same to the same penalties as if he had been
  duly sworn. Such permit shall be issued in the form  prescribed  by  the
  liquor  authority and shall run concurrently with the annual term of the
  brewer's license or of the wholesale beer license, and the fee for  such
  permit  shall  be  sixty-four dollars. Such a permit and the exercise of
  the privileges granted thereunder shall be subject to such rules by  the
  liquor  authority as it deems necessary. The provisions hereof shall not
  apply to the sale of beer for consumption in the home.
    3. The liquor authority is hereby authorized to issue a  permit  under
  subdivision  one  of  this  section  to the holder of a concessionaire's
  license issued by the division  of  the  New  York  state  fair  in  the
  department  of  agriculture and markets. Such permit shall allow for the
  sale and consumption of wine manufactured in New York  state,  and  beer
  upon  the  premises  known  as the New York state fairgrounds during the
  annual New York state fair for the calendar year such permit is  issued,
  provided  that  such wine is sold and dispensed in amounts of ten ounces
  or less. The fee for such permit  shall  be  determined  by  the  liquor
  authority.
     4.  The  liquor  authority  is  hereby authorized to issue a temporary
  permit effective for a period  not  to  exceed  twenty-four  consecutive
  hours  to  any  holder  of  a license to manufacture wine in this or any
  other state, to sell wine at outdoor or  indoor  gatherings,  functions,
  occasions,  or events, provided that such manufacturer produces not more
  than one hundred fifty thousand gallons of wine annually.  The  fee  for
  such permit shall be twenty-six dollars.

  S 97-a. Temporary retail permit. 1. The authority is hereby authorized
 to issue a temporary retail permit:
   (a)  to  the transferee of a retail license to continue the operations
 of a retail premises during the period that the transfer application for
 the license from person to person at the same premises is pending; or
   * (b) to the applicant for a new retail license where the  prospective
 licensed premises is located in a municipality with a population of less
 than one million during the period that the application is pending.
   * NB Repealed October 12, 2016
   2.  Such a permit may be issued if all of the following conditions are
 met:
   (a) the applicant for the temporary permit shall have filed  with  the
 authority an application for a retail license at such premises, together
 with all required filing and license fees;
   (b)  the  applicant shall have filed with the authority an application
 for a temporary retail permit, accompanied by a nonrefundable filing fee
 of one hundred twenty-eight dollars for all retail beer licenses or  six
 hundred forty dollars for all other retail licenses;
   (c)  in  the  case  of a transfer application, the premises shall have
 been operated under a retail license within thirty days of the  date  of
 filing the application for a temporary permit;
   (d)  at  the time the permit is issued the current license, if any, in
 effect for said premises shall have been  surrendered  to,  placed  into
 safekeeping with, or otherwise deemed abandoned by the authority.
   3. A temporary retail permit under paragraph (b) of subdivision one of
 this  section  may not be issued for any premises that is subject to the
 provisions of section sixty-three, paragraph (b) of subdivision seven of
 section sixty-four, subparagraph (ii) of paragraph  (a)  of  subdivision
 seven  of  section  sixty-four-a,  subparagraph (ii) of paragraph (a) of
 subdivision eleven of section sixty-four-c, paragraph (b) of subdivision
 eight of section sixty-four-d, or section seventy-nine of this chapter.
   4. A temporary retail permit issued by the authority pursuant to  this
 section  shall  be  for  a period not to exceed ninety days. A temporary
 permit may be extended at  the  discretion  of  the  authority,  for  an
 additional  thirty  day  period  upon  payment  of  an additional fee of
 sixty-four dollars for all retail beer licenses and  ninety-six  dollars
 for  all other temporary permits and upon compliance with all conditions
 required in this section. The authority may, in  its  discretion,  issue
 additional thirty day extensions upon payment of the appropriate fee.
   5.  A  temporary  retail permit is a conditional permit and authorizes
 the holder thereof:
   (a) in the case of a transfer application to purchase  and  sell  such
 alcoholic beverages as would be permitted to be purchased and sold under
 the  privileges of the retail license for which the transfer application
 has been filed;
   (b) in the case of all other retail applications, to purchase and sell
 such alcoholic beverages as would be permitted to be purchased and  sold
 under the privileges of the license applied for; and
   (c)  to  sell  such  alcoholic beverages to consumers only and not for
 resale.
   6. The holder of a temporary retail permit  shall  purchase  alcoholic
 beverages  only  by  payment  in  currency  or  check for such alcoholic
 beverages on or before the day such alcoholic beverages  are  delivered,
 provided, however, that the holder of a temporary permit issued pursuant
 to  this  section  who  also  holds  one  or more retail licenses and is
 operating under such retail license  or  licenses  in  addition  to  the
 temporary  retail permit, and who is not delinquent under the provisions
 of section one hundred one-aa of this chapter as to any  retail  license
 under  which  he  operates,  may  purchase alcoholic beverages on credit
 under the temporary permit.
   7.  Notwithstanding  any  other  provision  of law, a temporary retail
 permit may be summarily cancelled  or  suspended  at  any  time  if  the
 authority determines that good cause for such cancellation or suspension
 exists.    The authority shall promptly notify the holder of a temporary
 retail permit in writing of such cancellation or  suspension  and  shall
 set forth the reasons for such action.
   8. The application for a temporary permit shall be on such form as the
 authority shall prescribe.
   9.  Approval  of, or extension of, a temporary retail permit shall not
 be deemed as an approval of the retail application.
   10. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law to the contrary,
 the authority may promulgate  such  rules  and  regulations  as  may  be
 necessary to carry out the provisions of this section.

  S 98. Caterer's  permit.  1. The liquor authority is hereby authorized
  to issue to caterers and other persons furnishing provisions and service
  for use at  a  particular  function,  occasion  or  event  in  a  hotel,
  restaurant,  club,  ballroom or other premises a temporary indoor permit
  effective for a period not  to  exceed  twenty-four  consecutive  hours,
  which  shall  authorize  the  service  of  alcoholic  beverages  at such
  function, occasion or event within the hours, fixed by  or  pursuant  to
  subdivision  five  of  section  one  hundred six of this chapter, during
  which alcoholic beverages may lawfully be sold or served  upon  premises
  licensed   to   sell  alcoholic  beverages  at  retail  for  on-premises
  consumption in the community in which is located the premises  in  which
  such  function,  occasion  or  event  is held. The fee therefor shall be
  thirty-eight dollars. Such a permit and the exercise  of  the  privilege
  granted  thereby  may be subjected to such rules by the liquor authority
  as it deems necessary and such rules  as  are  in  conformity  with  the
  provisions of subdivision two of this section. Such a permit may also be
  issued for functions, occasions or events at premises for which a summer
  license has been previously issued pursuant to this chapter.
    2.  Except for good cause shown, the liquor authority shall issue upon
  proper application and payment of fee, an on-premises  caterer's  permit
  to  a  club licensed pursuant to the provisions of this chapter upon the
  club premises if it is shown:
    a. That the club has not solicited  the  event,  nor  advertised  such
  affair  in  any manner as open to the public and the alcoholic beverages
  shall be sold only to persons invited to and  attending  such  function,
  occasion or event; and
    b.  (see, also, par. b below) That the particular function or event is
  to be held by a sodality, an auxiliary or other organization  affiliated
  with  the licensed club and also other organizations not affiliated with
  a licensed club, provided  the  function  or  event  being  held  is  in
  conjunction with the use of the primary athletic or sports facilities of
  the licensed club; and
    b. (see, also, par. b above) The particular function or event is to be
  held  by  a  sodality  or  auxiliary  affiliated  with  the  club,  or a
  particular charitable or non-profit function or event is to be held by a
  charitable or non-profit organization and such organization has  one  or
  more members who are also members of the club.
    3.  The liquor authority may issue upon proper application and payment
  of fee, an on-premises caterer's permit to a club licensed  pursuant  to
  the provisions of this chapter if the facts set forth in the application
  establish  to  the  satisfaction of the authority that no other suitably
  licensed premises authorized to sell alcoholic beverages to  the  public
  is available within a reasonable distance.
    4.  A  caterer's  permit  will not be granted to a club licensed for a
  function to  be  held  off  the  club  premises  except  where  such  is
  exclusively  for  the use and benefit of the club members only and is so
  restricted.
    5. Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter or any rule  of
  the  liquor  authority,  the  liquor  authority  is hereby authorized to
  issue, to caterers and other persons furnishing provisions and  services
  for  use  at  a particular function or occasion or event to be held at a
  winery  or  farm  winery,  a  temporary  indoor  and/or  outdoor  permit
  effective  for  a  period  not  to exceed twenty-four consecutive hours,
  which shall  authorize  the  service  of  alcoholic  beverages  at  such
  function,  occasion or event within the hours as fixed by or pursuant to
  subdivision five of section one hundred  six  of  this  chapter,  during
  which  alcoholic  beverages may lawfully be sold or served upon premises
  licensed  to  sell  alcoholic  beverages  at  retail   for   on-premises
  consumption  in  the community in which is located the premises in which
  such function, occasion or event is held. The issuance  of  a  caterer's
  permit under this section shall in no way prohibit or suspend the lawful
  operation  of the winery or farm winery licensed under this chapter. For
  purposes of this subdivision, both the permittee and the winery or  farm
  winery  licensee shall be responsible for any violations of this chapter
  or the rules of the authority occurring while the permit is  in  effect.
  Liability  under  the  provisions  of  sections 11-100 and 11-101 of the
  general obligations law shall accrue  to  both  the  permittee  and  the
  winery  or  farm  winery  licensee.  The  fee  for  the  permit shall be
  thirty-eight dollars. Such a permit and the exercise  of  the  privilege
  granted  thereby  may be subjected to such rules by the liquor authority
  as it deems necessary.

  S 99. Special permit to remain open during certain hours of the
morning.  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.

  S 99-a. Charitable permits. 1. The liquor authority is hereby
authorized to issue a charitable permit to an organization to sell
alcoholic beverages, at auction or otherwise, where the authority is
satisfied:  (a) that contributions made by an individual donor to such
organization are deductible for Federal income tax purposes; (b) that
the funds so raised will be used for the non-profit purposes of the
organization; (c) that all such alcoholic beverages shall be in sealed
containers; and (d) that not more than eighty cases shall be sold. Such
permit shall be valid for a twenty-four hour period commencing at eight
o`clock a.m. and only during the hours when such alcoholic beverages may
lawfully be sold by retail licensees in the county in which the auction
or sale is held.  No alcoholic beverages sold pursuant to such permit
shall be consumed on the premises at which they are sold.
  2. The fee for a one-day charitable permit shall be twenty dollars.

 S 99-b. Miscellaneous  permits.  1.  The  liquor  authority  is hereby
  authorized to issue a permit to:
    a. A sheriff, marshal, assignee for the benefit of creditors,  trustee
  or  receiver  in  bankruptcy, executor or administrator of an estate, to
  sell the stock of alcoholic beverages which  came  into  his  possession
  pursuant to judicial process.
    b.  A  steamship  company  or  company operating aircraft, or its duly
  authorized agent, to purchase from a manufacturer or wholesaler in  this
  state  alcoholic beverages for ship's stores for consumption outside the
  territorial jurisdiction of the state, and not for purposes of resale in
  this state.
    c. A person engaged in the manufacture of products which are unfit for
  beverage use and classified by the United States treasury department, as
  exempt from special and commodity taxes to purchase liquor, wine or beer
  from licensed wholesalers and manufacturers for use only in the  process
  of manufacture of such products.
    d.  A  fire  insurance  company  or  fire  salvage  company, under the
  supervision of the New York state department of financial  services,  to
  sell  to licensees alcoholic beverages which came into its possession as
  a result of a fire on licensed premises.
    e. A hospital, which shall mean a place  for  overnight  care  of  the
  sick,  conducted  or  licensed  by  the state or a political subdivision
  thereof or subject to visitation and inspection by the  state  board  of
  social  welfare  to purchase liquor, wine or beer for medicinal use only
  in the treatment of bona fide patients of such hospital.
    f. A licensee who is liquidating or selling its business, or a  former
  licensee  whose  license has been surrendered, revoked, cancelled or has
  expired, to sell its  entire  stock  of  alcoholic  beverages  to  other
  licensees,  provided,  however, that no such permit shall be issued to a
  licensee or former licensee who is delinquent under  the  provisions  of
  section  one  hundred  one-aa  or  section  one  hundred one-aaa of this
  chapter. A former licensee whose license has been surrendered,  revoked,
  cancelled,  or  has  expired,  may  not  transfer its stock of alcoholic
  beverages to any other person unless it obtains such a permit.
    g. A warehouseman,  railroad  company,  steamship  company,  or  other
  person  who  has  acquired  a  lien  pursuant  to law for the storage or
  carriage of alcoholic beverages, to sell such alcoholic beverages  to  a
  licensee.
    i. A bank or trust company incorporated under articles three, seven or
  twelve  of  the banking law or a foreign banking corporation licensed by
  superintendent  of  financial  services  of  this  state  or  a  banking
  corporation  organized  under  the  laws  of the United States and doing
  business in  this  state,  to  sell  warehouse  receipts  pertaining  to
  alcoholic  beverages  which it has accepted as collateral security for a
  loan to a licensee and which it acquired through default in the  payment
  of such loan.
    j. A person duly licensed outside the state of New York to manufacture
  or  sell  alcoholic  beverages  at  wholesale,  or  his  duly authorized
  representative, to negotiate and consummate contracts or agreements with
  licensed wholesalers in this state for the  establishment  of  operating
  agency relationships for the sale of its products in this state.
    k.  A  person  to  purchase,  receive  or  sell alcoholic beverages or
  receipts, certificates,  contracts  or  other  documents  pertaining  to
  alcoholic  beverages,  in  cases  not  expressly  provided  for  by this
  chapter, when in the judgment  of  the  liquor  authority  it  would  be
  appropriate and consistent with the purpose of this chapter.
    l.  (1)  Licensed wineries and licensed farm wineries to sell New York
  state labelled wine, by the bottle, at the  state  fair,  at  recognized
  county fairs and at farmers markets operated on a not-for-profit basis.
    (2) The permit shall be valid for the length of the event, but not for
  a period to exceed one year.
    (3)  No  fee  shall  be  charged  for  permits issued pursuant to this
  subdivision.
    m. An  institution  of  higher  education  operating  under  authority
  granted  by  the  state  education department, to deliver or cause to be
  delivered alcoholic beverages to a person who  is  at  least  twenty-one
  years  of age enrolled in a single class or course of classes authorized
  by the institution of higher education and conducted by an instructor or
  instructors engaged by the institution  of  higher  education,  provided
  that  such person's imbibing or tasting of such alcoholic beverages is a
  required part of the class or course of classes, and provided that  such
  person's  imbibing  or  tasting  of such alcoholic beverages is only for
  instructional purposes. No alcoholic beverage  shall  be  delivered,  or
  shall  be  permitted to be delivered, to a person under twenty-one years
  of age during any class conducted under the authority  of  such  permit,
  and  the  provisions  of  subdivision  five  of  section  sixty-five and
  paragraph (a) of subdivision two of section sixty-five-c of this chapter
  shall not apply to any delivery made during any  class  conducted  under
  the authority of such permit.
    2.  Each such permit and the exercise of the privilege granted thereby
  may be subjected to such rules and conditions by the liquor authority as
  it deems necessary.
    3. Each such  permit  shall  be  issued  in  such  form  as  shall  be
  prescribed   by  the  liquor  authority  and  shall  be  valid  for  one
  transaction only, except that a permit issued pursuant to  paragraph  b,
  c,  e,  j,  or m of subdivision one of this section may be issued either
  for one transaction or for a calendar year. The liquor authority may, by
  rule, fix the quantity of alcoholic beverages to be involved in a single
  transaction under a permit issued pursuant to paragraph k of subdivision
  one of this section, but  no  single  transaction  so  authorized  shall
  involve  more than twenty cases of alcoholic beverages. The fee for each
  such permit shall be fixed by the liquor authority, but shall not exceed
  ninety dollars for a permit valid  for  one  transaction  only  nor  two
  hundred fifty-six dollars for a permit issued for a calendar year.

 S 99-d.  Miscellaneous  fees. 1. Before any substantial alteration to a
licensed  premises may be undertaken by or on the behalf of any licensee
except a micro-winery, a farm winery or  a  roadside  farm  market,  the
licensee   shall  make  an  application  to  the  liquor  authority  for
permission to effect such alteration.  A  substantial  alteration  shall
include  any  enlargement  or contraction of a licensed premises whether
indoors or outdoors; any physical change  that  reduces  the  visibility
that existed at the time of licensing; any other physical changes in the
interior  of a licensed premises that materially affect the character of
the  premises;  and,  in  the  case  of  establishments   licensed   for
consumption  on  the  premises,  any  material  changes to the dining or
kitchen facilities, or any change in the size or  location  of  any  bar
within  the  contemplation of subdivision four of section one hundred of
this chapter  at  which  alcoholic  beverages  are  dispensed.  A  minor
alteration shall be deemed to be one costing and valued at less than ten
thousand  dollars, which does not materially affect the character of the
premises  or  the  physical  structure  that  existed  at  the  time  of
licensing.  Before commencing work on the alteration, any licensee other
than a micro-winery, a farm winery or a roadside farm  market  licensee,
shall  request  permission  to  effect  such  minor alteration and shall
submit an affidavit to the liquor authority by filing the same in person
or by certified mail return  receipt  requested  or  overnight  delivery
service  with  proof  of mailing on forms prescribed by the authority. A
winery, micro-winery, farm winery or roadside farm  market  licensee  is
not  required  to  obtain  permission from the authority to make a minor
alteration to its premises. The  affidavit  shall  include  but  not  be
limited  to a description of the proposed alteration, the cost and value
of the alteration,  and  the  source  of  money  making  the  alteration
possible.  Upon  receipt  of  such  affidavit,  the authority shall have
twenty days in which to review the proposed alteration  and  notify  the
licensee  of  any objection to the same by certified mail return receipt
requested. If no such objection is made within  such  period  permission
shall  be  deemed  to  have  been  granted.  Work  may  commence on such
alteration if no objection is received by  the  twenty-fifth  day  after
filing  such  affidavit. The cost of an alteration, for purposes of this
subdivision, shall be equal to the total sum expended  to  complete  the
proposed alteration excluding professional fees.
  2.  Before any change in the members of a limited liability company or
the transfer or  assignment  of  a  membership  interest  in  a  limited
liability   company   or   any   corporate   change   in   stockholders,
stockholdings,  alcoholic  beverage  officers,  officers  or  directors,
except  officers  and  directors  of  a premises licensed as a club or a
luncheon club under this chapter can be effectuated for the purposes  of
this  chapter,  there  shall  be  filed  with  the  liquor  authority an
application for permission to make such change and there shall  be  paid
to  the liquor authority in advance upon filing of the application a fee
of one hundred twenty-eight dollars.
  (a) The provisions of this section shall not be applicable where there
are ten or more stockholders and such change involves less than ten  per
centum  of  the  stock  of the corporation and the stock holdings of any
stockholder are not increased thereby to ten per centum or more  of  the
stock.
  (b)   Where  the  same  corporation  operates  two  or  more  premises
separately licensed under this chapter a separate corporate change shall
be filed for each such licensed premises, except as  otherwise  provided
for  by  rule of the liquor authority. The corporate change fee provided
for herein shall not be applicable to more than one license held by  the
same corporation.
  (c)  Notwithstanding any corporate change approved by the authority, a
licensed corporation or limited liability company shall be bound by  the
representations set forth in the original application and any amendments
thereto approved by the authority.
  3.  Before  any  removal  of  a license to any premises other than the
licensed premises or to any other part of the  building  containing  the
licensed  premises, the licensee shall make an application to the liquor
authority for permission to effect such removal and  shall  pay  to  the
liquor  authority in advance upon filing of the application a fee of one
hundred ninety-two dollars where the base license fee  is  five  hundred
dollars or more and thirty-two dollars in all other instances.
  4.  The  liquor authority may make such rules as it deems necessary to
carry out the provisions of this section.

  S 99-e. Change in duration of permits. The liquor authority is
authorized to change the periods during which permits authorized by
sections ninety-one, ninety-one-a, ninety-two, ninety-two-a,
ninety-three, ninety-three-a, ninety-four, ninety-five, ninety-six,
ninety-six-a and ninety-nine-b of this article, shall be effective and
to establish the commencement dates, duration and expiration dates
thereof, provided that no such permit shall be effective for a period in
excess of three years. When any change or changes are made in the
duration of any such permit, the permit fee shall be equal to the annual
permit fee specified in this article multiplied by the number of years
for which such permit is issued. Any other provision of any other law to
the contrary notwithstanding, an applicant, other than a not-for-profit
organization as defined in section one hundred seventy-nine-q of the
state finance law, shall not be issued a temporary permit pursuant to
section ninety-seven of this article for events to take place upon any
premise for which the authority has issued any license, or has issued a
permit more than four times within any one year period, provided however
that the authority may, in its sole discretion, issue additional single
permits if it shall determine upon the issuance of each that (a) the
application for such permit is not an attempt to circumvent licensing
provisions of this chapter, and (b) the issuance of such permit would
not be a detriment to the community or the surrounding neighborhood as
such shall be determined by the authority after consultation with
municipal authorities and police agencies and community boards for the
purpose of reviewing community or neighborhood or police agency
complaints, or violations of state or local laws. The liquor authority
may make such rules as shall be appropriate to carry out the purpose of
this section.

  S 99-f. Special permits for minors to entertain. The liquor authority
is hereby authorized to issue special permits to any person under the
age of eighteen years for the purpose of enabling such person to appear
as an entertainer on any premises licensed for retail sale hereunder.
The provisions of this section shall apply to persons under the age of
eighteen years who are not otherwise eligible to act as an entertainer
pursuant to the provisions of subdivision two-b of section one hundred
of this chapter. Such special permit shall be issued, in the discretion
of the authority, upon the application of such minor. No such special
permit shall be granted unless the written consent of both parents or
the lawful guardian or guardians of such minor shall appear upon such
application. The liquor authority may require the personal appearance at
an office of the authority of such applicant and his parents or legal
guardians at the time such application is made or at any other time
prior to the consideration of such application by the authority upon
written notice to the applicant and/or his parents or legal guardians.
Such personal appearance, if requested, shall be for the purpose of
enabling the authority to establish that the entertainment that the
applicant is intending to perform is not contrary to the best interests
of the minor. The liquor authority is hereby authorized and directed to
promulgate rules and regulations for the orderly implementation and
administration of the provisions of this section. Such rules and
regulations shall provide for a reasonable limitation upon the types of
entertainment for which an application for a special permit shall be
granted and may provide for conditions or limitations which may be
attached to the granting of such special permit. In addition to any
conditions or limitations as may be so imposed, such rules or
regulations shall impose as a condition for the granting of such special
permit that a parent or legal guardian of the minor shall be present
during such minor`s appearance as an entertainer. Such special permit
shall be subject to revocation, after a hearing upon a determination by
the authority that the conditions or limitations attached upon such
special permit have been violated. Such special permits shall be issued
for limited periods not to exceed one year. The liquor authority may
impose a fee for the issuance of such special permit. Such fee shall not
exceed sixty-four dollars if issued for an annual period nor shall such
fee exceed six dollars per month or any lesser period thereof for which
a special permit has been issued. The liquor authority may waive such
fee. The liquor authority shall revoke any special permit upon the
written request of the parents or legal guardians of such minor.

 S 99-g. Sale   of  privately  held  wines  and  liquors.  1.  (a)  Any
  nonlicensed person legally owning wine and/or liquor  is  authorized  to
  sell  that wine and/or liquor to a licensed person or through a licensed
  person to an individual or group of individuals by any lawful method  of
  sale  or  by means of an auction by a licensed person conducted pursuant
  to this section. The licensee involved in such sale  shall  ensure  that
  each  bottle  of wine and/or liquor sold from a private collection has a
  permanently affixed label stating  that  the  wine  and/or  liquor  were
  acquired from a private collection.
    (b)  For  purposes  of this section, if wine is offered at an auction,
  "licensed person" means any person licensed under section sixty-three or
  seventy-nine of this  chapter,  if  liquor  is  offered  at  an  auction
  "licensed person" means any person licensed under section sixty-three of
  this  chapter, and in any auction a "licensed person" shall have been so
  licensed for a period of ten years or more.
    2. (a) The liquor authority is hereby authorized to issue a  wine  and
  liquor  auction permit to a licensed person to conduct auctions of wines
  and/or liquors. The wine and liquor auction permit shall be in  addition
  to any permit requirements imposed by local law, ordinance or resolution
  by any municipality in which the auctioneer seeks to operate.
    (b)  A  wine  and liquor auction permit shall be issued for a calendar
  year. A wine and liquor auction permit shall allow the holder to conduct
  twelve auctions of wine and/or liquor during the  period  the  wine  and
  liquor auction permit shall be in effect.
    (c) The fee therefor shall be thirty-two hundred dollars for each year
  or part thereof.
    (d) The permit shall be in the form prescribed by the authority.
    3. A person owning, controlling or possessing wines and/or liquors may
  ship the wines and/or liquors from within or without New York state to a
  wine  and  liquor  auction  permittee  or  licensee;  provided that such
  permittee or licensee shall ensure  that  each  bottle  is  labelled  in
  accordance  with  the  provisions of paragraph (a) of subdivision one of
  this section. Although the wines and/or liquors to be offered at auction
  may not be owned by a wine and liquor auction permittee, upon receipt of
  the wines and/or liquors the permittee  shall  be  responsible  for  the
  storage  and  warehousing  of  the  wines  and/or liquors, as well as be
  responsible for  the  delivery  of  the  wines  and/or  liquors  to  the
  purchasers  at  auction  and shall be responsible for the payment of all
  applicable state and local taxes.
    4. Notwithstanding any other provision of  this  chapter,  any  person
  authorized  to  sell  wine  at wholesale or retail may purchase any wine
  offered at an auction conducted pursuant to this section and may  resell
  any  wine  so  purchased  in  accordance  with  the  terms of his or her
  license, and any person authorized to sell liquor at wholesale or retail
  may purchase any liquor offered at an auction conducted pursuant to this
  section and may resell any liquor so purchased in  accordance  with  the
  terms of his license; provided that such licensee shall ensure that each
  bottle is labelled in accordance with the provisions of paragraph (a) of
  subdivision one of this section.
    5. A wine and liquor auction permittee shall be permitted to hold wine
  tastings  at  an  auction  at  which wine is offered, and to hold liquor
  tastings at an auction at which liquor is offered, on  the  premises  of
  any location approved by the authority for conducting an auction.
    6.  A  wine  and  liquor  auction  permittee  shall  be subject to all
  restrictions, regulations, and provisions heretofore set  forth  in  the
  appropriate  sections  of  this  chapter  governing  the sale of wine or
  liquor for off-premises consumption, provided those provisions  are  not
  inconsistent with the provisions created pursuant to this section.
   7.  (a)  Wine  tastings  which are conducted under this auspices of an
  official agent of a farm winery,  winery,  wholesaler  or  importer  and
  where  such  agent is physically present at all times during the conduct
  of the tasting, then, in that event, any liability stemming from a right
  of  action  resulting  from  a wine tasting as authorized herein, and in
  accordance with the provisions of sections  11-100  and  11-101  of  the
  general  obligations  law,  shall  accrue  to  the  farm winery, winery,
  wholesaler, importer, or licensee.
    (b) Liquor tastings which are  conducted  under  the  auspices  of  an
  official  agent  of  a  distiller, wholesaler or importer and where such
  agent is physically present at all  times  during  the  conduct  of  the
  tasting,  then,  in  that  event, any liability stemming from a right of
  action resulting from a liquor tasting  as  authorized  herein,  and  in
  accordance  with  the  provisions  of  sections 11-100 and 11-101 of the
  general obligations law, shall  accrue  to  the  distiller,  wholesaler,
  importer, or licensee.
    8.  The  authority  shall  adopt  any  rules  consistent  with  and in
  furtherance of the implementation of this section.

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