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Maryland Code, Alcoholic Beverages § 25-605

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(a) There is a Class H beer license.

(b)(1) Subject to paragraphs (2) and (3) of this subsection, the license authorizes the license holder to sell beer at retail at a hotel or restaurant at the place described in the license for on-premises consumption.

(2) A license may not be issued for, for use in conjunction with, or on the premises of:

(i) a restaurant located in a drugstore;  or

(ii) a premises that has a passageway providing direct public access to a drugstore.

(3) A license may be issued for a public golf course under § 25-1101 of this title.

(c) The annual license fee is $400.

(d)(1) There is one Class H license that shall be issued to a person who, on June 30, 1997, held a Class B beer license and operated a licensed premises that was located in that portion of the City of Takoma Park that was formerly part of Prince George's County.

(2) The Class H license holder may exercise all of the privileges that the license holder was authorized to exercise on June 30, 1997.

(3) The annual license fee is $400.

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