South Carolina Code of Regulations
Chapter 7 - ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES, BEER AND WINE
Article 7 - ALCOHOLIC LIQUORS
Subarticle 3 - RETAIL LIQUOR STORES
7-500 - Merchandise Other Than for Wines or Alcoholic Liquors Cannot be Advertised or Displayed

Universal Citation: SC Code Regs 7-500

7-500. Merchandise Other Than for Wines or Alcoholic Liquors Cannot be Advertised or Displayed

Except as specifically authorized by statute, it is a violation to have an open container of beer, wine, or liquor in or on the premises of a licensed retail liquor store or to have a container of beer, wine or liquor with a broken seal in or on the premises of a licensed retail liquor store.

(Added by State Register Volume 27, Issue No. 6, Part 2, eff June 27, 2003.)
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