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Article - Alcoholic Beverages




§33–2701.

    (a)    The following sections of Title 6, Subtitle 3 (“Prohibited Acts”) of Division I of this article apply in the county without exception or variation:

        (1)    § 6–305 (“Proof of age for sale of alcoholic beverages”);

        (2)    § 6–306 (“Defense to prosecution for sale to underage individual”);

        (3)    § 6–307 (“Selling or providing alcoholic beverages to intoxicated individual”);

        (4)    § 6–308 (“Allowing on–premises consumption of alcoholic beverages not purchased from license holder”);

        (5)    § 6–309 (“Allowing on–premises consumption or possession of alcoholic beverages by individual under the age of 21 years”);

        (6)    § 6–310 (“Providing free food”);

        (7)    § 6–311 (“Restrictions on purchases and sales by retail dealer”);

        (8)    § 6–312 (“Beverage misrepresentation”);

        (9)    § 6–313 (“Tampering with alcoholic beverage container”);

        (10)    § 6–314 (“Sale of alcoholic beverage container with detachable metal tab”);

        (11)    § 6–315 (“Alcoholic beverage in container without regular label presumed illicit”);

        (12)    § 6–316 (“Maximum alcohol content”);

        (13)    § 6–319 (“On–premises consumption of alcoholic beverages not purchased from license holder”);

        (14)    § 6–320 (“Disorderly intoxication”);

        (15)    § 6–321 (“Consumption of alcoholic beverages in public”);

        (16)    § 6–323 (“Possession or use of Alcohol Without Liquid machine”);

        (17)    § 6–326 (“Unlicensed out–of–state sale of alcoholic beverages”);

        (18)    § 6–327 (“Tax evasion”);

        (19)    § 6–328 (“Destruction of evidence”); and

        (20)    § 6–329 (“Perjury”).

    (b)    Section 6–322 (“Possession of open container”) of Division I of this article does not apply in the county.

    (c)    Section 6–304 (“Selling or providing alcoholic beverages to individual under the age of 21 years”) of Division I of this article applies in the county, subject to § 33–2702 of this subtitle.