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(a) A municipal golf course license authorizes the licensee to sell and serve beer and wine for consumption on licensed premises in a building at a municipal golf course. An applicant for a municipal golf course license must be a municipality.
(b) A license will be issued only if an application is approved by the local governing body and the board.
(c) The biennial license fee is $400. The license fee and application fee must accompany the application for license. An application must include a drawing of the golf course and a detailed diagram that clearly identifies the proposed licensed premises. A sample minimum food menu must accompany the application.
(d) Beer and wine may only be sold, served, and consumed during times when the golf course is open for play. Food similar to that listed in the sample menu must be available during times when beer and wine are sold, served, and consumed on the licensed premises.
(e) A municipal golf course license may not be transferred or relocated.
(f) In this section "golf course" means a course, having a minimum of nine holes covering at least 1,200 yards, that is open to the public and is owned or leased by a municipality.
History: Eff. 5/22/92, Register 122; am 5/1/94, Register 130
Authority: AS 04.06.090
Editor's note: Effective July 1, 1998, former 15 AAC 104.670, now 13 AAC 104.670, was annulled by sec. 6, ch. 125, SLA 1998.
As of Register 166 (July 2003), and acting under AS 44.62.125 (b)(6), the regulations attorney relocated annulled 15 AAC 104.670, as part of the relocation of former 15 AAC 104 to 13 AAC 104, and to reflect Executive Order 110 (2003). Executive Order 110 relocated the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board from the Department of Revenue to the Department of Public Safety.
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