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Liquor Delivered to Hotels/Cruise Ships
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April 29, 2004
Doug Letch
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" An Act authorizing delivery of up to two bottles of distilled spirits or 72 ounces of beer 02 to a cruise ship passenger or hotel guest.."

"... allowing a package store to deliver not more than two bottles of distilled spirits and 72 ounces of beer in a gift basket with a floral arrangement to a cruise ship passenger or a hotel guest."
- Sen. Stevens

 

SB 194, is a straightforward bill that brings distilled spirits and beer on par with wine or champagne. Current Alaska liquor laws allow a package store to deliver not more than two bottles of wine or champagne in a gift basket with a floral arrangement to a cruise ship passenger or a hotel guest. When this statutory change was made by the 21st Alaska Legislature in House Bill 69 (1999), distilled spirits and beer were not included in the bill.

SB 194 corrects this omission by allowing a package store to deliver not more than two bottles of distilled spirits and 72 ounces of beer in a gift basket with a floral arrangement to a cruise ship passenger or a hotel guest. I urge your support of this bill.

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