Offer of alcoholic beverages as inducement to make purchases
Except as specifically provided in this chapter, a person who owns, operates or controls a business establishment that sells food or beverages for consumption at the establishment or that offers entertainment to the public for consideration may not provide alcoholic beverages to members of the public for consumption at the establishment, without regard to whether the beverages are offered on a purely gratuitous basis, if:
(1) The alcoholic beverages are offered for the purpose of inducing members of the public to purchase food or beverages or to pay for entertainment; and
(2) The person providing the alcoholic beverages does not hold a license issued under this chapter that authorizes the retail sale of alcoholic beverages. [1999 c.646 §8; 2001 c.104 §214]
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