New York Consolidated Laws, Alcoholic Beverage Control Law - ABC § 115. Rules need not be uniform

Whenever in this chapter the liquor authority is authorized to adopt rules in respect to a particular subject or matter, such rules need not be uniform in their application to the various localities within the jurisdiction of such authority, but may vary in accordance with a reasonable classification of such localities.

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