Kan. Admin. Regs. § 14-13-13 - Prohibited conduct of retailer
Current through Register Vol. 40, No. 39, September 30, 2021
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14-13-13. Prohibited conduct of retailer. (a) A retailer shall not permit gambling or the possession of any gambling or gaming device on the licensed premises. However, any retailer may sell, operate, possess, and offer to the public lottery tickets permitted by the Kansas lottery act if the retailer is authorized by the Kansas lottery commission to do so.
(b) A retailer shall not, as a condition for the sale or delivery of alcoholic liquor to a customer or to any other licensee who is licensed under the liquor control act or the club and drinking establishment act, require that the other licensee or customer purchase or contract to purchase alcoholic liquor of another form, quantity, or brand in addition to or partially in lieu of that specifically ordered or wanted by the licensee or customer.
(c) A retailer shall not sell or deliver alcoholic liquor of a particular form or brand to a customer or to any other licensee who is licensed under the liquor control act or the club and drinking establishment act under any arrangement, agreement, or understanding, direct or implied, such that the sale or delivery will be made only if the other licensee or customer also buys or accepts delivery of a quantity of alcoholic liquor of another form or brand.
(d) A retailer shall not refuse to permit the director or any agent or employee of the director to inspect the licensed premises and any alcoholic liquor in the retailer's possession or under the retailer's control upon the licensed premises or upon any other premises where the retailer has stored any alcoholic liquor.
(e) A retailer shall not make any false or misleading representations with respect to any alcoholic liquor product or any licensed premises or in connection with a sales transaction relating to brand, type, proof, or age of an alcoholic liquor or beer. A retailer shall not deceive or attempt to deceive a customer by removing or changing any label or sanitation cover from a container of alcoholic liquor.
(f) A retailer shall not sell or remove any alcoholic liquor from the licensed premises on any day other than a legal day for the sale of alcoholic liquor at retail, after the legal closing hour or before the legal opening hour.
(g) A retailer shall not, directly or indirectly, offer or furnish any gifts, prizes, premiums, rebates, or similar inducements with the sale of any alcoholic liquor, nor shall any retailer directly or indirectly offer, furnish, or sell any alcoholic liquor at less than its cost plus enforcement tax, except according to the following:
(1) Any retailer may include in the sale of alcoholic liquor any goods included by the manufacturer in packaging with the alcoholic liquor. Goods included by the manufacturer shall be packaged with one or more original packages of alcoholic liquor in such a manner as to be delivered to the consumer as a single unit. A retailer shall not sell or give away goods included by a manufacturer that are not packaged as a single unit with the original package of alcoholic liquor as shipped by the manufacturer.
(2) Any retailer may distribute consumer advertising specialty items, subject to the limitations imposed by this regulation. For the purposes of this regulation, consumer advertising specialty items shall be limited to the following: ashtrays, bottle or can openers, corkscrews, matches, printed recipes, informational pamphlets, cards and leaflets, blotters, postcards, posters, printed sports schedules, pens, pencils, and other items of minimal value as approved by the director. Each consumer advertising specialty item shall contain advertising material relating to a brand name of alcoholic liquor or to the operation of the retail liquor store distributing the consumer advertising specialty item. No charge may be made for any consumer advertising specialty item or any purchase required in order to receive any consumer advertising specialty item.
(h) A retailer shall not open or permit to be opened, on the licensed premises, any container or original package containing alcoholic liquor or cereal malt beverage, except as provided in K.A.R. 14-13-16 and K.A.R. 14-13-17.
(i) A retailer shall not permit the drinking of alcoholic liquors or cereal malt beverage on or about the licensed premises, except that any consumer who is at least 21 years of age may sample alcoholic liquor available for sale by the retailer, on the licensed premises and at adjacent premises monitored and regulated by the director, in accordance with K.A.R. 14-13-16 and K.A.R. 14-13-17.
(j) A retailer shall not allow an intoxicated person to frequent, loiter, or be employed upon the licensed premises. A retailer's manager or employee shall not be intoxicated while on duty for the licensee.
(k) A retailer shall not permit any other person to use the licensed premises for the purpose of carrying on any business activity other than the sale of alcoholic liquor.
(l) A retailer shall not accept or receive from any agent or employee of any licensed distributor any cash rebate or thing of value, or enter into or be a party to any agreement or transaction with any licensed distributor, directly or indirectly, that would result in, or have as its purpose, the purchase of any alcoholic liquor by the retailer at a price less than the listed price that has been filed by the distributor in the office of the director.
(m) A retailer shall not sell, give, or deliver any intoxicating liquor to any person under the age of 21 years. A retailer shall not sell, give, or deliver any intoxicating liquor to any person if the retailer knows or has reason to know that the intoxicating liquor is being obtained for a person under 21 years of age.
(n) A retailer shall not purchase or sell any alcoholic liquor on credit. A retailer shall not enter into any transaction or scheme the purpose of which is to buy or sell alcoholic liquor on credit. The following transactions shall be considered to be buying or selling alcoholic liquor on credit:
(1) Taking or giving a postdated check;
(2) giving an insufficient funds check;
(3) taking a check with knowledge that there are insufficient funds to pay the check upon presentment;
(4) accepting delivery from a distributor without making payment for the alcoholic liquor when delivered or before delivery;
(5) making delivery to a club, drinking establishment, or caterer without receiving payment before or at the time of delivery; and
(6) allowing any alcoholic liquor to be removed from the licensed premises without receiving payment for the alcoholic liquor.
(o) A retailer shall not fail to make the reports or keep the records required by these regulations.
(p) A retailer who is authorized by the Kansas lottery commission to sell lottery tickets shall not commingle the proceeds from the sale of the lottery tickets with the proceeds from the sale of alcoholic liquor.
(q) A retailer shall not refill a package of alcoholic liquor and shall not sell alcoholic liquor in anything other than the original package. (Authorized by K.S.A. 41-210; implementing K.S.A. 41-211, K.S.A. 2017 Supp. 41-308, K.S.A. 41-702, K.S.A. 41-703, K.S.A. 2017 Supp. 41-717, K.S.A. 2017 Supp. 41-718; effective May 1, 1988; amended, T-14-11-9-92, Nov. 9, 1992; amended Dec. 21, 1992; amended, T-14-6-28-12, July 1, 2012; amended, T-14-10-25-12, Oct. 29, 2012; amended Feb. 22, 2013; amended June 7, 2018.)