Section 4303.2012 | F-12 liquor permit to sell beer and wine at special functions.
(A) As used in this section:
(1) "Organization" means an association or employer of ten or more persons, a labor union, or a charitable organization.
(2) "Special function" means a function that has a social, recreational, benevolent, charitable, fraternal, political, patriotic, or athletic purpose. "Special function" does not include any function the proceeds of which are for the profit or gain of any individual.
(B) Subject to division (C) of this section, the division of liquor control may issue an F-12 permit to an organization to do both of the following:
(1) Purchase beer from holders of A-1, A-1c, and B-1 permits and to sell the beer at special functions held during the validity period of the F-12 permit;
(2) Purchase wine from holders of A-2, A-2f, B-2, and B-5 permits and to sell the wine at special functions held during the validity period of the F-12 permit.
An F-12 permit is valid for ninety days. Not more than one F-12 permit may be issued to the same applicant in any one-year period.
(C) An F-12 permit may be issued to an organization if the premises of the event for which the F-12 permit is sought is located in a precinct, or at a particular location in a precinct, in which the sale of beer and wine is otherwise permitted by law. However, sales under an F-12 permit on Sundays are not affected by whether Sunday sales of beer and wine for consumption on the premises where sold are allowed to be made by persons holding another type of permit in the precinct or at the particular location where the event is to be held.
(D) The fee for the F-12 permit is five hundred dollars.
Available Versions of this Section
- April 12, 2021 – Enacted by House Bill 674 - 133rd General Assembly [ View April 12, 2021 Version ]