No person authorized to sell beer at retail, nor his agent, servant, or employee, may engage in or permit conduct on the premises of the retailer which is lewd, immoral, or offensive to public decency, including, but not limited to the use of loud and vociferous or obscene, vulgar, or indecent language, or permitting its use; being intoxicated on the licensed premises; permitting solicitations of persons for immoral or sexual purposes; etc. An alcoholic beverage:
(A) manufactured, distributed, bought, sold, bottled, rectified, blended,
treated, fortified, mixed, processed, warehoused, stored, possessed, imported, or transported in violation of this code;
(B) on which a tax imposed by the laws of this state has not been paid and to which the tax stamp, if required, has not been affixed; or
(C) possessed, kept, stored, owned, or imported, with intent to manufacture, sell, distribute, bottle, rectify, blend, treat, fortify, mix, process, warehouse, store, or transport in violation of this code.
alcohol, spirits of wine, whiskey, rum, brandy, gin, or any liquor produced in whole or in part by the process of distillation, including all dilutions or mixtures of them, and includes spirit coolers that may have an alcoholic content as low as four percent alcohol by volume and that contain plain, sparkling, or carbonated water and may also contain one or more natural or artificial blending or flavoring ingredients any alcoholic beverage containing alcohol in excess of four percent by weight, unless otherwise indicated. Proof that an alcoholic beverage is alcohol, spirits of wine, whiskey, liquor, wine, brandy, gin, rum, ale, malt liquor, tequila, mescal, habanero, or barreteago, is prima facie evidence that it is liquor. No person who has not first obtained a permit of the type required for the privilege exercised may, in a wet area, do any of the following:
(1) manufacture, distill, brew, sell, possess for the purpose of sale, import into this
state, export from this state, transport, distribute, warehouse, or store liquor;
(2) solicit or take orders for liquor; or
(3) for the purpose of sale, bottle, rectify, blend, treat, fortify, mix, or process liquor
The holder of a mixed beverage permit may sell,
offer for sale, and possess mixed beverages, including distilled spirits, for consumption on the licensed premises ...
The holder of a mixed beverage permit may also:
(1) purchase wine, beer, ale, and malt liquor containing alcohol of not more than 21 percent by volume in containers of any legal size from any permittee or licensee authorized to sell those beverages for resale; and
(2) sell the wine, beer, ale, and malt liquor for consumption on the licensed premises.
2nd EditionBarrett O'Neill