Chapter 66.44 RCW
Local officers to enforce lawAuthority of boardLiquor enforcement officers.
Sufficiency of description of offenses in complaints, informations, process, etc.
Description of offense in words of statutesProof required.
Proof of unlawful sale establishes prima facie intent.
Certified analysis is prima facie evidence of alcoholic content.
Service of process on corporation.
Acting without license.
Opening or consuming liquor in public placePenalty.
Unlawful use of seal.
Sales of liquor by drink or bottle.
Unlawful sale, transportation of spirituous liquor without stamp or sealUnlawful operation, possession of still or mash.
Buying liquor illegally.
Illegal possession, transportation of alcoholic beverages.
Illegal possession of liquor with intent to sellPrima facie evidence, what is.
Violations of law.
General penaltiesJurisdiction for violations.
Sales on university or college campus.
Sales to persons apparently under the influence of liquorPurchases or consumption by persons apparently under the influence of liquor on licensed premisesPenaltyNoticeSeparation of actions.
Obtaining liquor for ineligible person.
Drinking in public conveyancePenalty against carrierException.
Drinking in public conveyancePenalty against individualRestricted application.
Candidates giving or purchasing liquor on election day prohibited.
Furnishing liquor to minorsPossession, usePenaltiesExhibition of effectsExceptions.
Minor applying for permit.
Minor purchasing or attempting to purchase liquorPenalty.
Sales to minors by licensee or employeeBoard notification to prosecuting attorney to formulate charges against minors.
Treats, gifts, purchases of liquor for or from minor, or holding out minor as at least twenty-one, in public place where liquor sold.
Minors frequenting off-limits areaMisrepresentation of agePenaltyClassification of licensees.
Certain persons eighteen years and over permitted to enter and remain upon licensed premises during employment.
Employees aged eighteen to twenty-one handling, transporting, and possessing beer and wine.
Unlawful transfer to minor of age identification.
Preparation or acquisition and supply to persons under age twenty-one of facsimile of official identification cardPenalty.
Employees eighteen years and over allowed to sell and handle beer and wine for certain licensed employers.
Employees eighteen years and over allowed to serve and carry liquor, clean up, etc., for certain licensed employers.
Juvenile driving privilegesAlcohol or drug violations.
Resisting or opposing officers in enforcement of title.
Powdered alcohol.
Compliance by Washington wine and beer commissions.
access to tobacco, role of liquor and cannabis board: Chapter 70.155 RCW.
prohibited to enter bars or taverns: RCW 26.28.080.
Sale or gift of tobacco to persons under certain age is gross misdemeanor: RCW 26.28.080.
State institutions, bringing in liquor prohibited: RCW 72.23.300.
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