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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 33, INTOXICATING LIQUORS

    Chapter 1:

      Section: 33:1-39: Rules and regulations by commissioner; subjects covered

           The commissioner may make such general rules and regulations and such special rulings and findings as may be necessary for the proper regulation and control of the manufacture, sale and distribution of alcoholic beverages and the enforcement of this chapter, in addition thereto, and not inconsistent therewith, and may alter, amend, repeal and publish the same from time to time.

Such rules and regulations may cover the following subjects: Specification of duties of holders of any office, position or employment in the department of alcoholic beverage control; instructions for municipalities and municipal boards; all forms necessary or convenient in the administration of this chapter; tax paid, licensed vehicle and other insignia; inspections, investigations, searches, seizures, findings and such activities as may become necessary from time to time; hours of sale; sales on credit; sales to defectives and habitual drunkards; out-of-door sales; limitation of sales, limitation of the quantity to be sold to a consumer for off-premises consumption, unfair competition; racketeering; prostitution; solicitation; disorderly houses; criminals; disreputable characters; gambling, slot machines and gambling devices; control of signs and other displays on licensed premises; use of screens; identification of licensees and their employees; employment of aliens, minors and females; storage; warehouses; transportation; health and sanitary requirements; standards of cleanliness, orderliness and decency; sampling and analysis of products; standards of purity and labeling; records to be kept by licensees and availability thereof; practices unduly designed to increase consumption of alcoholic beverages; gifts of equipment, products and things of value; and such other matters whatsoever as are or may become necessary in the fair, impartial, stringent and comprehensive administration of this chapter.

Amended by L.1943, c. 154, p. 435, s. 1, eff. April 8, 1943.



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