Section 28-3A-19.1

International motor speedway license.

(a) Upon compliance by an applicant with the provisions of this chapter, and the regulations made thereunder, the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board may, where the application is accompanied by a certificate from the clerk or proper officers setting out that the applicant has presented his or her application to the governing authority of the municipality if the licensed premises is to be located therein, or by a certificate from the clerk or proper officers of the county if the licensed premises is to be located within the county but outside the jurisdiction of a municipality, and that the applicant has obtained the consent and approval of the proper governing authority, issue an international motor speedway license for any international motor speedway in the state which marketed at least 60,000 tickets to at least two motor sport racing events at the speedway in 1994, 1995, and 1996. Notwithstanding the provisions of subdivisions (20) and (21) of subsection (a) of Section 28-3A-25, the international motor speedway license shall authorize the licensee to purchase liquor and wine from the board, or as authorized by the board, and to purchase table wine and beer, in any county or municipality in which the sale thereof is permitted, from any wholesale licensee of the board and to sell liquor and wine, dispensed from containers of any size, and beer in any county or municipality in which the sale thereof is permitted, for on-premises consumption each day of the week, including Sundays, and to sell all of the aforementioned for off-premises consumption except on Sunday. Such sales shall be incidental to the primary purpose of recreation and athletics, and shall be confined to those buildings, facilities, and grounds which comprise the speedway.

(b) An annual license fee of three hundred dollars ($300) is levied and prescribed for an international motor speedway license issued and renewed by the board pursuant to the authority contained in this section and this chapter.

(Acts 1997, No. 97-937, §§ 1, 2.)