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Delaware Code Title 4. Alcoholic Liquors § 714. Places for keeping spirits or beer

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No person shall keep spirits, wines or beer in the State except:

(1) In an establishment licensed by the Commissioner to sell alcoholic liquor;

(2) In an establishment where it is expressly permitted by the Commissioner to keep alcoholic liquor;

(3) In an establishment where, by exception, it is permitted by law to keep alcoholic liquors;

(4) In the residence of any person, provided the alcoholic liquor is not kept with intent to sell the same, but one sale shall suffice to establish such intent;

(5) In the office of a physician, pharmacist or veterinarian for medicinal purposes only, and in the office of a clergyman for sacramental purposes only;

(6) In the baggage of an individual who is transporting alcoholic liquor for his individual use;

(7) In a church, chapel, or other place for religious worship or a dependence thereof where sacramental wine may be kept.

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