The existence of any place for which a license or temporary permit has not been issued
pursuant to this act and which purports, or is held out to the public or to any person
by the proprietors or their agents or employees, to be a place where alcoholic liquor
or cereal malt beverage is sold by the individual drink, shall be deemed to be sufficient
probable cause for any judge of the district court to issue a search warrant to any
law enforcement officer of the state or a subdivision of the state for the purpose
of searching such place for alcoholic liquor or cereal malt beverage being sold, possessed
or consumed in violation of this act, any other law of the state or any ordinance
of a municipal subdivision of the state.
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