18- 553 C.M.R. ch. 107, § 10

Signs, posters, placards, or other items bearing advertising matter for use inside a retail premise may be furnished, given, rented, loaned or sold to a licensee if they have no value to the licensee except as advertisements, and if the total value of all such materials furnished by any manufacturer or wholesaler and in use at any one time in any licensed premises does not exceed $1,500.00; provided, that the manufacturer or wholesaler does not directly or indirectly pay a licensee for displaying such materials or for any expense due to their operation. The value of such materials shall include all expenses incurred directly or indirectly by the manufacturer or wholesaler in connection with the purchase, manufacture, transportation, assembly and installation of such materials and all additions thereto, and further provided that any manufacturer or wholesaler may furnish, give, rent, loan, or sell one malt and one vinous inside electric sign to each licensee which shall not be included in the $1,500.00 maximum for all materials furnished in this rule.

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18- 553 C.M.R. ch. 107, § 10

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