Q: If an underage person is between the ages of 18-20 and thereby no longer a minor, is it true that they can no longer drink or be served even if they are accompanied by a parent, and that only underage persons under the age of 18 can drink with their parents?
A: No, underage persons may be served/consume alcohol beverages if accompanied by their parents, regardless of the age of the underage persons.
a bottle of wine cannot be bought at a restaurant to be carried out). 125.51 (3)(a) and (b) requires that alcohol be sold and consumed by on the licensed premises, meaning that alcoholic beverages may not be sold in “to go” containers to be consumed elsewhere.
A: Most likely not, to get a Class B liquor license the premises must comply with the sanitation requirements for restaurants, s. In addition, they cannot get a Class B liquor license without also holding a Class B beer (s. There are prohibitions on types of businesses allowed on Class B premises – funeral homes are not among the businesses that are allowed. Q: What are some of the tobacco regulations that go into effect June 22, 2010? Cigarettes and smokeless tobacco may not be sold to anyone younger than 18 years of age; 2.A: To receive a replacement you would have to contact the vendor who contacted the class or get a copy from the municipality that issued the license.Do not contact the Wisconsin Alcohol and Tobacco Enforcement as they do not maintain training or licensing records for the Responsible Beverage Server Courses.Q: Does the law 125.68(4)(c)(3) prohibit an establishment from selling an alcoholic drink in a plastic cup and allowing to leave the premises?A: No, that law only prohibits the sale of alcohol in its original container for carry out (i.e. Smoking is prohibited on the premises, indoors or outdoors, of a child care center, when children who are receiving day care services are present. Smoking is still allowed in rooms in assisted living facilities used by one person or two or more people if every person who lives in that room smokes and each of those persons have made a written request to the person in charge of the assisted living facility to be placed in a room where smoking is allowed. Smoking is still allowed in tobacco bars, defined as a tavern that makes 15 percent or more of its annual gross income from the sale on the tavern premises, other than from a vending machine, of cigars and tobacco for pipes. Any person who smokes in violation of the above law is subject to a forfeiture of between 0 and 0. 40) enacted 6/30/13 and effective 7/1/13 (FY2014) & 7/1/14 (FY2015). A governmental regulatory authority may conduct unannounced investigations at retail outlets, including tobacco vending machine premises, to enforce compliance with the state sales to minors' law or a local ordinance. Stronger local laws/ordinances further restricting sampling or minimum sales amounts of tobacco products are not allowed unless it is the same as state law, see below. No retailer may place a vending machine within 500 feet of a school. Failure to post such notice is punishable by a fine of . A county ordinance adopted under this subsection does not apply within any town, village or city that has adopted or adopts an ordinance under this subsection. Distributors are also required to obtain a permit to distribute tobacco products from the Department of Revenue. Licenses expire on June 30th of every year unless suspended or revoked. The maximum suspension provided is 15 to 30 days for four or more violations within 12 months. It is acceptable for employers to offer a life, health or disability insurance policy under which the type or price of coverage varies for employees based on their usage of this lawful product when the policy meets certain conditions. Smoking is prohibited in enclosed public places and places of employment, specifically including inpatient health care facilities and state institutions as defined. Tavern is defined as an establishment other than a restaurant that holds a Class B intoxicating liquor license or Class B fermented malt beverages license. They shall also take other specified actions if persons are smoking in violation of law. A vending machine operator shall attach a notice in a conspicuous place on the front of their machine stating that the purchase of tobacco products by persons under 18 years of age is unlawful and violators may be fined up to . A county, town, village or city may adopt an ordinance regulating the conduct regulated by this section only if it strictly conforms to this section. A separate license is required for each place of business. A city, village, or town clerk may not issue a license unless the applicant specifies in the license application whether the applicant will sell, exchange, barter, dispose of, or give away the cigarette or tobacco products over the counter or in a vending machine, or both. Punishments for violations of the sales to minors' law include a three day suspension of the applicable license for the second violation within 12 months and progressive suspensions for subsequent offenses within that period. This section does not apply to nonprofit corporations that, have as one of their primary purposes or objectives the encouragement or discouragement of the general public from using this lawful product. The secretary may organize one or more non-stock corporations or limited liability companies for any purpose related to the sale of the state's right to receive any of the payments under the tobacco settlement agreement and may take any action necessary to facilitate and complete the sale. Any manufacturer that knowingly files a false certification under section 167.35(2)(a) shall forfeit not more than ,000 for each false certification. Q: At the closing time of a bar no alcohol can be served and everyone needs to leave, who is allowed to stay on the premises after closing time?A: Only bona fide employees performing work functions allowed on premises after closing hour. On the first Sunday in November, the clocks are set back an hour at a.m.; bars gain an extra hour and must close at a.m. Q: Can an individual tavern owner bring a resale certificate into a grocery store and purchase alcohol/beer exempt from sales tax if their tavern ran out of an item? Smoking is specifically prohibited in residence halls owned or operated by a college or university and within 25 feet of such places if owned or operated by the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System. No more than 0 can be assessed against a person in charge in a single day, and the state can not suspend or revoke an alcoholic beverage license based on violation of the above law. No retailer may be subjected to an unannounced investigation more than twice annually unless the retailer is found to have violated the law or a local ordinance in the most recent investigation. No retailer, direct marketer, manufacturer or distributor, or agent, employee or independent contractor thereof, may sell or provide for nominal or no consideration cigarettes, nicotine products, including e-cigarettes, or tobacco products to any person under the age of 18. No person under 18 years of age may possess, purchase or falsely represent their age in an attempt to purchase cigarettes, nicotine products, including e-cigarettes or tobacco products. Requires direct marketers of cigarettes, which are sales of cigarettes to consumers where the consumer is not physically present, to register and provide certain information to the Department of Revenue. Note: Some parts of this law may be affected by the U. At the time that a retailer hires or contracts with an agent, employee, or independent contractor whose duties will include the sale of cigarettes or tobacco products, the retailer shall provide the agent, employee, or independent contractor with training on compliance with applicable youth access laws and the penalties for violation. No person may sell or distribute in this state, acquire, store, possess, or transport for sale or distribution in this state, import or cause to be imported into this state for sale or distribution in this state, or affix stamps to a cigarette package that does not comply with Title 15 United States code section 13 or other federal law. A county ordinance adopted under this subsection does not apply within any town, village or city that has adopted or adopts an ordinance under this subsection. To the extent not covered by the law above, smoking is prohibited in enclosed public places and workplaces, including educational facilities as defined. 'Child care center' means a facility operated by a child care provider that provides care and supervision for four or more children less than seven years of age for less than 24 hours a day. Persons in charge, after a warning notice has been issued for a first violation, are subject to a forfeiture of 0. Wisconsin appropriated ,315,000 for tobacco prevention and cessation programs in FY2015 (July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015) from the state general fund. This is the second year of the FY2014-FY2015 biennium. FY2015 State Funding for Tobacco Control Programs: ,315,000 FY2015 Federal Funding for State Tobacco Control Programs: ,293,650*FY2015 Total Funding for State Tobacco Control Programs: ,608,650 Funding Level Recommended by CDC: ,500,000 Percentage of CDC-Recommended Level: 13.2%*Includes regular and supplemental quitline funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and state youth access contract funding from the U. The Department of Health and Family Services may contract with a local health department, a state agency, or a state or local law enforcement agency to conduct investigations authorized under this section, and a local health department, state agency, or state or local law enforcement agency may contract with any other person to conduct these investigations. New Hampshire Motor Transport Association, decided February 20, 2008. A county, town, village or city may adopt an ordinance regulating the conduct regulated by this section only if it strictly conforms to this section. Vending machines are restricted to places where the retailer or vending machine operator ensures that no person younger than 18 years of age is present or permitted to enter unless accompanied by a parent, guardian or spouse who is 18 or older. A separate license is required for each place of business.