USA Statutes : washington
Title : Alcoholic beverage control
Chapter : Liquor permits
RCW 66.20.020Permits not transferable False name or address prohibited Sacramental liquor, wine.(1) Every permit shall be issued in the name of the applicant therefor, and no permit shall be transferable, nor shall the holder of any permit allow any other person to use the permit. (2) No person shall apply in any false or fictitious name for the issuance to him of a permit, and no person shall furnish a false or fictitious address in his application for a permit. (3) Nothing in this title shall be construed as limiting the right of any minister, priest or rabbi, or religious organization from obtaining wine for sacramental purposes directly from any source whatsoever, whether from within the limits of the state of Washington or from outside the state; nor shall any fee be charged, directly or indirectly, for the exercise of this right. The board shall have the power and authority to make reasonable rules and regulations concerning the importing of any such liquor or wine, for the purpose of preventing any unlawful use of such right.[1933 ex.s. c 62 § 13; RRS § 7306-13. Formerly RCW 66.12.100, 66.20.020, and 66.20.030.] RCW 66.20.160"Card of identification," "licensee," "store employee" defined for certain purposes.Words and phrases as used in RCW 66.20.160 to 66.20.210, inclusive, shall have the following meaning: "Card of identification" means any one of those cards described in RCW 66.16.040. "Licensee" means the holder of a retail liquor license issued by the board, and includes any employee or agent of the licensee. "Store employee" means a person employed in a state liquor store to sell liquor.[2005 c 151 § 8; 1973 1st ex.s. c 209 § 4; 1971 ex.s. c 15 § 2; 1959 c 111 § 4; 1949 c 67 § 1; Rem. Supp. 1949 § 7306-19A.]Notes:Severability -- Effective date -- 1973 1st ex.s. c 209: See notes following RCW 66.08.070.Effective date -- 1971 ex.s. c 15: See note following RCW 66.16.040.