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This page contains statute for for two Arizona liquor licenses: the "Direct-to-consumer Wine Shipment (Series 17W), followed by the "Direct Shipment (Series 17) (no longer issued).
Statue for the "Direct-to-consumer Wine Shipment (Series 17W): Effective August 6, 2016, the "Direct Shipment (Series 17) liquor license" was no longer offered and the language struck from Title 4.
The law requires liquor sellers to require anyone whose age is in question to complete an age statement form and prescribes the form.
In completing the form, the customer states that he is over 21 years old, knows that the law prohibits liquor sales to someone younger, and knows that the penalty for willfully misrepresenting one’s age is a fine of up to $ 150 for a first offense and up to $ 250 for subsequent offenses.
The law exempts procurement by a minor who is over 18 years old and an employee of a premises with a liquor permit acting in the course of his employment.
The law establishes a similar protection for a liquor seller who has properly relied on a transaction scanner to verify a customer’s age.
The law exempts a minor who (1) is an employee of a premises with a liquor permit acting in the course of his employment; (2) possesses liquor on the orders of his doctor; or (3) possesses liquor while in the company of his parent, guardian, or spouse who is at least 21 years old.
The law requires the motor vehicles commissioner to suspend, for up to 150 days, the driver’s license, motorcycle license, or nonresident operating privilege of anyone under 21 years old who has been convicted of violating the laws prohibiting minors from (1) misusing their license to obtain liquor (CGS 30-88a) or (2) purchasing or possessing liquor (CGS 30-89).
Minors must be at least 15 years old to work in a grocery store that sells beer and at least 18 years old to work in any other liquor establishment. Liquor permittees are prohibited from allowing a minor to loiter on the premises unless the minor is an employee or in the company of his parent or guardian.
The law prohibits DCP from issuing a liquor permit to a minor.