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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 33, INTOXICATING LIQUORS
Section: 33:1-67: Solicitor's permit required; exceptions; issuance; fee; violations; penalty
No individual shall offer for sale or solicit any order in the State for the purchase or sale of any alcoholic beverage, whether such sale is to be made within or without this State, unless such person shall have a solicitor's permit issued by the director hereunder.
Nothing contained in this section shall prohibit such offer or solicitation by any licensee himself or any employee of any retail licensee in connection with and in the course of the licensed business.
The director is empowered to issue, subject to rules and regulations, solicitor's permits, which shall set forth such facts as may be prescribed by the director and shall authorize the permittee to make offers for such sales and solicit orders for such sales of alcoholic beverages as are in accordance with this chapter, and any rules and regulations promulgated thereunder, on behalf of any vendor or vendors represented by the solicitor and designated in the permit. The fee for such permits shall be $15.00 per annum or any part thereof for solicitors employed exclusively by licensees whose licenses permit sale of malt alcoholic beverages only, and $25.00 per annum or any part thereof for solicitors employed by other licensees. A separate fee shall be paid for each vendor designated in the permit. Such permits shall expire on June 30 following their issuance, except as otherwise specified therein.
Any person who violates any provisions of this section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and punished by a fine of not less than $50.00 and not more than $200.00 or imprisonment for not less than 10 days or not more than 3 months, or both.
Amended by L.1954, c. 26, p. 94, s. 5, eff. May 11, 1954; L.1970, c. 78, s. 7.
This section added to the Rutgers Database: 2012-09-26 13:37:50.
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