|SB 0434||Restric. on Potency of Alcohol Served at Licensed Premises|
|Last Action:||03/06/95 - Hearing Conducted S Corrections & General Laws Committee|
|Effective Date:||August 28, 1995|
SB 434 - This act, which adds a new section to Chapter 311, RSMo, makes it unlawful for any licensee to sell, give or supply intoxicating liquor of greater than 80 proof, and containing more than 1.25 ounces which will be consumed on the licensed premises.
This act requires licensees to post appropriate notices regarding the restrictions on alcohol content.
This act has two penalty provisions. Firstly, any premises operating in violation of this act shall be considered a public and common nuisance. The Supervisor of Liquor Control and the prosecuting or circuit attorneys are required to enjoin said nuisance. Secondly, any person who violates this act shall be guilty of a Class A misdemeanor.
Lastly, this act gives the Supervisor of Liquor Control the
authority to promulgate appropriate regulations.