Sec. 20 . (a) It is unlawful for a holder of a retailer's permit to do any of the following:
(1) Sell alcoholic beverages during a portion of the day at a price that is reduced from the usual, customary, or established price that the permittee charges during the remainder of that day.
(2) Furnish two (2) or more servings of an alcoholic beverage upon the placing of an order for one (1) serving to one (1) person for that person's personal consumption.
(3) Charge a single price for the required purchase of two (2) or more servings of an alcoholic beverage.
(b) Subsection (a) applies to private clubs but does not apply to private functions that are not open to the public.
(c) Notwithstanding subsection (a)(1), it is lawful for a holder of a retailer's permit to sell alcoholic beverages during a portion of the day at a price that is increased from the usual, customary, or established price that the permittee charges during the remainder of that day as long as the price increase is charged when the permittee provides paid live entertainment not incidental to the services customarily provided.
(d) Notwithstanding subsection (a) and IC 7.1-5-5-7 , it is lawful for a hotel, in an area of the hotel in which alcoholic beverages are not sold, to make available to its registered guests and their guests alcoholic beverages at no additional charge beyond what is to be paid by the registered guests as the room rate.
(e) A person who knowingly or intentionally violates this section commits a Class B misdemeanor.
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