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CHAPTER 365 AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE QUALIFIED VOTERS OF THE TOWN OF PITTSBORO TO DETERMINE WHETHER WINE AND BEER MAY BE LEGALLY SOLD AND ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL STORES OPERATED IN THE TOWN OF PITTSBORO. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:
If a majority of the votes cast in such election shall be for the legal sale of beer and/or wine, then the governing body of the Town of Pittsboro shall issue license to sell beer and/or wine as defined in 388 G. S. 18-64 as provided in Chapter 18 of the General Statutes notwithstanding any public, special, local or private Act to the contrary whether passed before or after the ratification of this Act; provided, however, in no event shall a license be issued to any person, firm or corporation to sell beer and/or wine for on-premises consumption anywhere in the Town of Pittsboro. Notwithstanding any other provisions of this Act, it shall be unlawful to sell any beer or wine in the Town of Pittsboro when such beer or wine has been refrigerated to a temperature less than the general temperature of the establishment wherein the sale is made, and any sale of refrigerated beer or wine shall be unlawful. Nothwithstanding any other provisions of this Act, it shall be unlawful to sell beer in individual containers containing less than one gallon, except when six containers are sold at the same time to the same person: Provided, that more than six containers may be sold to the same person at the same time when the number of containers is some multiple of six. A violation of either of the foregoing shall constitute a general misdemeanor punishable in the discretion of the court and a conviction or plea of nolo contendere to said charge shall subject the violator to such suspension or revocation of license as might be imposed by the State Alcoholic Board of Control.