Catering and other temporary off-premises service under full or limited on-premises sales license
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(1) The holder of a full or limited on-premises sales license may cater a temporary event at a location other than the licensed premises if the event is not open to the general public. Catering of an event under this subsection must be pursuant to a contract with a client. The contract must provide that the licensee will furnish food and beverage services for no more than 100 patrons. The licensee must serve food as required by rules of the commission. The licensee may cater events under this subsection without giving advance notice to the Oregon Liquor Control Commission if, before the event occurs, the commission gives written approval to the licensee authorizing catering pursuant to this subsection. Events catered under the provisions of this subsection must meet all requirements for enclosure of premises that may be imposed by the commission for the purposes of this section. Notwithstanding ORS 471.175 (Full on-premises sales license) (3) and (7) and 471.178 (Limited on-premises sales license) (2) to (4), the licensee may not permit patrons of the event to remove any alcoholic beverages from the premises of the event.
(2) In addition to catered events under subsection (1) of this section, the commission may by rule allow the exercise of the privileges of a full or limited on-premises sales license at temporary events held at locations other than the licensed premises. The commission may:
(a) Require notice to the commission before the exercise of license privileges at temporary events under this subsection;
(b) Require that written approval by the commission be obtained before the exercise of license privileges at temporary events under this subsection;
(c) Establish eligibility criteria for the exercise of license privileges at temporary events under this subsection; and
(d) Establish fees reasonably calculated to cover administrative expenses incurred by the commission in administering this subsection. [1999 c.351 §5; 2001 c.154 §3]
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