Certain licensees required to maintain liquor liability insurance or bond
(1) For the purpose of providing coverage for injuries suffered by persons by reason of the conduct of intoxicated persons who were served alcoholic beverages on licensed premises while visibly intoxicated, all persons holding a license described in this section must either:
(a) Maintain liquor liability insurance of not less than $300,000; or
(b) Maintain a bond with a corporate surety authorized to transact business in this state in the amount of not less than $300,000.
(2) The Oregon Liquor Control Commission may by rule require liquor liability insurance or bond in an amount larger than the minimum amount provided for in subsection (1) of this section.
(3) The requirements of this section apply to full on-premises sales licenses, limited on-premises sales licenses and brewery-public house licenses. The requirements of this section apply to temporary sales licenses, special events winery licenses and special events grower sales privilege licenses if the event that is licensed is open to the public and attendance at the event is anticipated to exceed 300 individuals per day.
(4) The requirements of this section apply to winery licenses, brewery licenses and grower sales privilege licenses unless an applicant for issuance of the license or renewal of the license submits with the application for issuance or renewal of the license an affidavit that states that the licensee will not allow consumption of alcoholic beverages on the premises.
(5) All licensees subject to the requirements of this section must supply proof of compliance at the time the license is issued or renewed. The commission by rule shall determine the manner in which proof of compliance may be made under the provisions of this subsection. [Formerly 471.218]
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