Section 28-3A-18

Retail common carrier liquor license.

Upon applicant's compliance with the provisions of this chapter and the regulations made thereunder, the board shall issue a retail common carrier liquor license for a railroad, airline, bus line, ship line, vessel or other common carrier entity operating passenger vehicles with a passenger seating capacity of at least 10 people, which will authorize the licensee to sell, whenever operated in Alabama, alcoholic beverages, liquor, wine and beer, including draft beer, to passengers for consumption while aboard such licensee. No railroad, airline, bus line, ship line, vessel or common carrier entity shall sell alcoholic beverages to passengers for consumption within this state without first obtaining a retail common carrier liquor license from the board.

Sales within Alabama of alcoholic beverages by retail common carrier liquor licensees shall be made in accordance with and shall be subject to the provisions of this chapter and regulations promulgated thereunder.

(Acts 1980, No. 80-529, p. 806, §18.)