“Guest” means a person who is registered as the receiver of overnight accommodations from the bed and breakfast private club. (Adopted 5-19-99)
“Managing Agent” means a person who lives on the premises, is responsible for the daily operation of the business and is in compliance with Sections 3(c)(A) through (D) of Act 1063 of 1999 and who has their name placed on a permit issued to the business which operates the bed and breakfast private club. (Adopted 5-19-99)
Section 5.77 Service of Beer and Wine Only to Registered Guests – Source of Supply.
A licensed bed and breakfast private club permit may serve beer and wine only to registered lodging guests, in accordance with the limitations contained within Act 1063 of 1999. The wine or beer furnished by the bed and breakfast private club permittee must be furnished from supplies purchased by the bed and breakfast private club permittee from a liquor store authorized by the Director to sell beer and wine supplies to private club organizations. (Adopted 5-19-99)
Section 5.78 Service of Beer or Wine.
The employee, the owners, or the managing agent must control the actual dispensing of the wine or beer products. Guests cannot serve themselves. (Adopted 5-19-99)
Section 5.79 Receipts to be Maintained for Three (3) Years.
All receipts showing the purchase of beer and wine from the authorized source shall be maintained for a period of three (3) years. The receipts should reflect the date of purchase from the authorized liquor store, the amount of wine or beer purchased and the name of the retail outlet from which it was purchased. The receipt shall be made available to agents of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Enforcement Division in conformance with existing law. (Adopted 5-19-99)
Section 5.80 Public Restaurant Not Allowed on Permitted Premises.
No bed and breakfast private club permittee may operate a restaurant open to any party other than registered lodging guests on the same property as the bed and breakfast permitted establishment. (Adopted 5-19-99)
Section 5.81 Permittee to Designate Service Areas – Subject to Approval.
The premises where the consumption of beer and wine furnished to registered lodging guests is lawful, shall consist of the building in which the permit is located, plus any land or open space as shown on the floor plan submitted by the permittee and approved by the Alcoholic Beverage Control Division.
In the event the bed and breakfast permitted premises consists of multiple buildings, the premises shall be the lodging buildings owned or leased by the bed and breakfast private club permittee and outdoor service areas shown on a site plan submitted by the permittee and approved by the Alcoholic Beverage Control Division. (Adopted 5-19-99)
Section 5.82 Breakfast Meal Must be Served.
Bed and breakfast private club must serve a breakfast meal to its lodging guests. This meal may be served buffet style or by individual servings and it shall be served in a common dining area. An exception to service in a common dining area may be made only if the bed and breakfast operator prepares a complete breakfast daily, in a central kitchen, and delivers the prepared breakfast daily to an individual guest room. (Adopted 5-19-99)
Section 5.83 Wine and Beer Cannot be Given Away – Taxes to be Collected.
A bed and breakfast private club must make a charge for the service of beer and wine and shall collect the appropriate state, county and local sales taxes and remit them to the proper authority. (Adopted 5-19-99)