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April 2012 Liquor Control NewsletterThe Liquor Control Department is happy to announce the publication of their quarterly newsletter.

  • Spring 2014
    • Liquor license renewals
    • Gross liquor sales reports
    • Did you know?
    • Liquor Control Adjudication Board decisions
  • Winter 2014
    • Human trafficking poster requirement
    • Non-consumption areas
    • Kombucha
    • Liquor Control Adjudication Board decisions
    • Staff updates
    • Did You Know?
  • Fall 2013
    • Minors employed in liquor licensed premises
    • 2013 State Legislation
    • Halloween
    • Staff updates
  • Spring 2013
    • Liquor license renewals
    • Wine pour volume
    • Permits
    • Gross liquor sales reports
    • 80th Anniversary
  • Winter 2013
    • Playing cards and board games within a liquor licensed premises
    • Did you know?
    • Licensee employees consuming liquor on duty
  • Fall 2012
    • Update: Bringing wine onto licensed premises
    • Licensee employees may be cited for selling, serving, or furnishing liquor to minors
    • Department of Liquor Control staff changes
    • Reminder: Wailuku certification exam registration change in time
  • Summer 2012
    • Bringing wine into licensed premises
    • Taking liquor off licensed premises
    • Registering minors for employment
    • Change in certification exam registration time
    • Gross liquor sales reports
  • Spring 2012
    • New liquor rules
    • Liquor license renewals
    • Minor decoy operations
    • New temporary driver's licenses
    • Ask Liquor
    • "Be A Jerk" campaign

Pursuant to Hawaii Revised Statutes §281-44 Advertisements and signs upon licensed premises.  All licensed premises shall post a sign in or about the premises containing and notifying all customers and other persons of the possible sanctions that may be imposed for operating a vehicle under the influence of an intoxicant under sections 291E-41 and 291E-61.  The sign shall be conspicuously positioned in order to be seen by an ordinarily observant person.

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