(A) When the supply of spirituous liquor in this state is insufficient to meet the demands of ordinary trade, due to causes beyond the control of the superintendent of liquor control, the superintendent may establish rules which will insure the equitable distribution of such supplies of spirituous liquor as are available. The superintendent may institute and terminate such rules as conditions demand, and also make changes and alterations therein in accordance with specific needs.
(B) No permit holder or his employee or agent shall purchase at retail any spirituous liquor for resale or in the permit premises possess such liquor. The permit of any person, firm, partnership, or corporation violating this section, or employing an employee, or authorizing an agent who violates this section shall be suspended or revoked.
Cite as R.C. § 4301.14
History. Effective Date: 07-01-1997