AN ACT TO AMEND CHAPTER 176 OF THE REVISED CODE OF DELAWARE, 1935, AS AMENDED BY CHAPTER 203, VOLUME 44, LAWS OF DELAWARE, RELATING TO THE PURCHASE OF ALCOHOLIC LIQUOR FOR PERSONAL USE.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met:
Section 1. That Chapter 176 of the Revised Code of Delaware, 1935, as amended by Chapter 203, Volume 44, Laws of Delaware, be and the same hereby is amended by striking out Paragraph (6) of 6146. Section 17 and inserting in lieu thereof the following paragraph:
"Any person in charge of a hotel, a restaurant, a club or a store, whether owner, lessee or manager, and recognized as such by the Commission, may purchase from the Commission or through the Commission, as provided in Section 16, Paragraph (4), but not otherwise, and may keep and sell and deliver on the premises only spirits, wine or beer by the bottle or half-bottle only, but not for consumption on the premises where sold, or in any dependency thereof; provided, however, that no quantity greater than 3.00 gallons of spirits in a full case lot or the equivalent of four (4) bottles of spirits in less than a case lot and the equivalent of twelve (12) bottles or twenty-four (24) half-bottles of wine, and the equivalent of twelve (12) bottles or twenty-four (24) half-bottles of beer shall be so sold or delivered except to a person personally exhibiting at the time of such purchase his or her license to purchase a stock of alcoholic liquor for personal use. All bottles so sold shall be delivered to the purchaser and shall be removed by him or her from the premises where sold and with the seals of such bottles unbroken."