Bill Text: IN SB0078 | 2011 | Regular Session | Enrolled
Bill Title: Alcoholic beverage matters. [Track Bill]
Status: 2011-05-18 - Effective 07/01/2011 [SB0078 Detail]
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AN ACT to amend the Indiana Code concerning alcohol and tobacco.
(A) three (3) or fewer days in
(B) nine (9) or fewer consecutive days in a quarter.
(2) Keep a record of all designated guest days.
(3) Invite guests who are not members of the club to attend the club on a guest day.
(4) Sell or give alcoholic beverages to guests for consumption on the permit premises on a guest day.
(5) Keep a guest book listing members and their nonmember guests, except on a designated guest day.
(b) This subsection applies to a club that furnishes alcoholic beverages on not more than two (2) days in each week. Notwithstanding subsection (a)(1), the holder of a club permit to which this subsection applies may designate twenty-four (24) guest days in each calendar year rather than one (1) guest day in each month.
unannounced inspections at locations where alcoholic beverages are
sold or distributed to ensure compliance with this title. Only the
an Indiana law enforcement agency, the office of the
sheriff of a county, or an organized police department of a municipal
corporation may conduct the random unannounced inspections. These
entities The commission may use retired or off duty law enforcement
officers to conduct inspections under this section.
(1) a driver's license;
(2) an identification card issued under IC 9-24-16-1 or a similar card issued under the laws of another state or the federal government; or
(3) a government issued document;
bearing the person's photograph and birth date showing that the person is at least twenty-one (21) years of age.
(b) If the topic of which state agency should have authority to control dangerous alcohol products is assigned to an existing study committee under subsection (a), the study committee shall issue a final report to the legislative council containing the study committee's finding and recommendations, including any recommended legislation concerning the topic, not later than November 1, 2011.
(c) This SECTION expires December 31, 2011.
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