Maine liquor laws and rules and regulations relating to liquor and liquor licenses.
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Published by Maine Bureau of Alcoholic Beverages in Augusta .
Written in English

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  • Maine.

Subjects:

  • Liquor laws -- Maine.

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Edition Notes

ContributionsMaine. Bureau of Alcoholic Beverages.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKFM375 .A3 1977
The Physical Object
Pagination112 p. ;
Number of Pages112
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4379066M
LC Control Number78623364

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4. Are Quota liquor licenses available from the state or do I need to buy a license to run a beer, wine, and liquor lounge? A. "Quota" liquor licenses are issued one for every 2, in population in most counties based on the latest Federal Census and on population estimates in File Size: KB. The Liquor Licensing and Compliance Division is a division of the Maine State Police, responsible for licensing the manufacture, importation, storage, transportation and sale of all liquor and enforcing compliance with tax collection on malt liquor and wine.. See also. Alcohol laws of MaineFederal authorities: Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and . Title A, §A Manufacturer licenses. C. A licensee under this section may sell to nonlicensees during regular business hours from the licensed premises where liquor is produced by the licensee liquor produced by the bottle, by the case or in bulk for consumption off the licensed premises. Spirits sold by distillers in accordance with this paragraph must be first sold to the State. The Maine Liquor Law: Its Origin, History, and Results, Including a Life of Hon. Neal Dow. Henry Stephen Clubb. Maine Law Statistical Society, - Liquor laws - pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book.