In my 64 years, I have worked in a lot of bars in Ohio. I have some questions as to the legality of having a general liquor license that serves only to a certain group, not being open to the public during set hours. Private clubs, usually non-profit, such as the Elks, American Legion, etc. run with very strict membership and visitors' rules, whereas a normal license does not let one function also as a private club, the reason being that a license is supposed to generate tax revenue to the state. That is why, if a bar closes down, the license may not be held in escrow for more than a certain number of months even if the license fee is paid when due.
I may be mistaken, as there are many levels of licenses in Ohio, but it might be worth a call to the Liquor Control to sort this out.
Since: Mar 11
And really isn't the bigger question about allowing concealed carry in the alcohol establishment? I mean if the Applebee's argument was persuasive enough to allow it in the general public why not here? The state legislators should stick by their guns and allow CCW in the statehouse "counter".
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