CHAPTER 60. STATE CONTROL OF ALCOHOLIC LIQUORS.

§60-7-6a. Special privilege of Class A private club licensee to operate separate but connected Class B license.

A Class A private club licensee with 1,000 or more members may, in the commissioner’s discretion, operate Class B licenses for the off-premises sale of nonintoxicating beer and wine in a connected but separately operated area of the Class A private club premises: Provided, That each business is licensed separately and operates separate cash registers and maintains separation barriers between the different licensed operations.  Failure of a licensee to license two inner-connected businesses shall subject the licensee to the penalties under this article.

§60-7-6a. Special privilege of Class A private club licensee to operate separate but connected Class B license.