Article - Alcoholic Beverages
(a) There is a Class B beer, wine, and liquor license.
(b) The Board may issue the license for use at a hotel or motel that:
(1) accommodates the public, providing services ordinarily found in a hotel or motel;
(2) has a lobby with registration, mail desk, and seating facilities; and
(3) maintains at least:
(i) 10 rooms for occupancy by guests if the hotel was in operation on June 1, 1967; or
(ii) 20 rooms for occupancy by guests if the hotel started operations after June 1, 1967, with the hotel facilities assessed for State and county taxation at an amount that is at least $45,000.
(c) The Board may issue the license for use at a restaurant that:
(1) serves full–course meals at least twice daily;
(2) exclusive of bar seating or counter seating, has table seating for at least 50 individuals; and
(3) for the 12 months immediately before the application for the license, has daily average receipts from the sale of food that exceed the daily average receipts from the sale of alcoholic beverages.
(d) The license authorizes the license holder to sell at retail at the place described in the license:
(1) beer, wine, and liquor for on–premises consumption; and
(2) beer for off–premises consumption.
(e) The annual license fee is $1,265.