Executive Order No. 7WW
(Further clarification of limits on alcohol service and sales related to
Executive Order No. 7W (Renewal date for on-premise liquor permits
to be extended)
Executive Order No. 7S
(Extension of 30-day
period of credit for liquor permittees)
Department of Consumer
Dept. of Consumer Protection, in conjunction with the
Liquor Control Commission, licenses all aspects of the liquor industry.]
Research Reports-Office of Legislative Research:
Liquor Control Division
Alcohol Sales Under the COVID-19 Executive Orders - 2020-R-0115
Drinking Parties - 2004-R-0665
State Law Concerning Liquor and Minors
Restricting Alcohol by Minors in Private Places - 2003-R-0013
Pricing and Taxes:
Laws and Rules:
Chapter 545 Intoxicating Liquors
Liquor Control Act
Alcoholic Beverage Tax Chapter 220
- Part I
Part II - Department of Consumer Protection: Liquor Control
Liquor Control Commission
Sec.30-6a. Adoption of regulations
Part III - Local Option
Sec. 30-9. Status of towns, as to sale of alcoholic liquor
Vote on liquor permit question
Part IV - Permits
Sec. 30-14. Nature and duration of permit
Sec 30-20. Package store permits. Grocery store beer permits.
Part V - Prices
Registration of brands, fees. Posting and notice of prices.
Brand registration of fortified wine.
Part VI - Seizures
Secs.30-69 to 30-73
Part VII -Prohibited Acts, Penalties and Procedure
Unauthorized sale prohibited.
Disposing of liquor without permit.
Operator's license as proof of age.
Misrepresentation of age to
Sec. 30-89. Purchasing liquor or making false statement to procure liquor. Possessing liquor by minor on public or private property prohibited;
Sec. 30-91. Hours and days of closing. Exemptions.
Sec. 30-113. Penalties.