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Establishments that sell alcoholic beverages packaged “to go” are called:
“Off Premicis”
Responsible seller-servers of alcohol must know the law and their customers What else must seller-servers know?
when to say “no”
One of the legal definitions of intoxication in Texas is having a blood alcohol concentration of:
0.8 or more
Bet has just been hired as a cocktail waitress. She must be certified as a seller-server within:
30 days
Which of the following establishments would be considered “On Premise”
restaurants
Which of the following actions is illegal
A minor attempts to purchase an alcoholic beverage
When may a minor legally purchase alcohol?
They are assisting a place officer in the enforcement of the alcoholic beverage code.
Which of the following statements is correct regarding deciding whether an alcohol sale is legal
If a person looks like a minor, they likely are a minor
Which of the following things may indicate an ID has been altered?
Bumps or air pockets on laminated IDs
Which of the following behavior patterns may be characteristic of minors?
Self conscious about appearance
Which of the following observations could be a sign that a customer is becoming intoxicated?
ALl
The customer is laughing and talking louder and louder as the night goes on.The customer is weaving and bumping into tables when walking to the restroom.The customer rests his head on the table and closes his eyes.
Who is responsible for deciding if a person is intoxicated and if the sale of alcohol to them would be illegal?
The person who actually serves, sells, or delivers the alcoholic beverage
After determining that someone has had too much to drink, there are eight steps you should take to cut someone off. What is the first step?
Verify your observations
Which of the following statements is CORRECT regarding fatigue, medication, drugs, or illness?
They increase the effect alcohol has on a person
Which of the following people would likely become intoxicated more quickly
A person who is very tired or physically exhausted
Who may pay for the service of alcoholic beverages in a private club?
Who may pay for the service of alcoholic beverages in a private club?
A temporary member may enjoy a private club’s services and privileges for a period of not more than:
*******Seven days per invitation *******WRONG
Who owns the alcoholic beverages of a private club?
The members
The holder of a promotional permit may:
Offer in-store wine and beer samples
If an individual orders an alcoholic beverage in a private club, what is the first question the server should ask?
Is the individual a member of the club or in a member’s family?
A private club registration permit authorizes alcoholic beverages belonging to members of the club to be:
Stored, possessed, and mixed on the club premises
Which of the following statements about private club guests is CORRECT?
Guests must pay for any alcoholic beverages they consume.
Volunteers serving alcohol at a special event must:
Check IDs
The alcoholic beverages in a private club are:
Sold to the members
If an individual orders an alcoholic beverage in a private club and is determined not to be a current club member, what should the server do?
Ask if the individual is a guest of a member
now
Who may pay for the service of alcoholic beverages in a private club?
Members only
A temporary member may enjoy a private club’s services and privileges for a period of not more than:
Three days per invitation
If an individual orders an alcoholic beverage in a private club, what is the first question the server should ask?
How old is the individual?
What is a “private club?”
An association of persons that operates as an “open saloon”
If an individual orders an alcoholic beverage in a private club and is determined not to be a current club member, what should the server do?
Ask if the individual is a guest of a member
TEST REVIEW
In an establishment that serves alcohol for on premise consumption and gets less than 50% of its gross receipts from alcohol sales, a cashier can be 16.
True
When selling alcohol, a minor is defined as:
A person under the age of 21.
Which of the following might make you suspect that an ID is fake?

White out used to change the information.

Fuzzy printing or red eye in the photo.

The words “Not a Government Document” appear.

All of the above.

It is illegal for a minor to even attempt to purchase alcohol.
True
If a customer presents an ID where the physical description does not match the photograph or the person:
Do not accept the ID as proof of age because it may be a forged or altered ID.
When an excessive amount of alcohol is consumed causing a person to stop or breath slowly, vomit in their sleep, or appear pale or bluish, the person is possibly suffering from:
Alcohol Poisoning
Which term matches the following definition, “To appear in public under the influence of alcohol or any other substance to the degree that the individual may endanger him or herself; or others.”
Public intoxication
All seller/server training schools are owned and operated by the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission.
False
A medic alert bracelet might indicate that a customer:
Should not drink because of a medical condition
When checking an ID, make sure the description matches the person, the photo matches the description, and _______.
Look for signs of Identification was altered
Check the date of birth to make sure the person is 21 or older
—– Both A and C
A young woman approaches the counter wanting to buy a bottle of wine. You cannot tell by her physical appearance if she is a minor or not. You have asked for an ID but she has left it in the car, what should you do in this situation?
Put the wine behind the counter and wait for her to return with a valid ID before making the sale.
By taking this course, you cannot be held liable if you sell to a minor or intoxicated person.
True
Fatigue, medication, drugs, or illness can:
Increase the effect alcohol has on a person.
When is the best time to check for identification?
Before you make the sale or serve the drink.
In an approved public entertainment facility, which of the following is allowed?
Bring unopened alcoholic beverages into the facility as a spectator.
If a person does not have the normal use of mental or physical faculties because they have been drinking alcohol, they would legally be considered:
Intoxicated

 

Temporary Permits/Licenses

Basic parts:
Temporary licenses or permits are:
• an extension of the basic permit;
• issued in areas wet for the type of alcohol to be sold;
• for picnics, celebrations, and similar events;
TEMPORARY LICENSE (BH)
1). Allows beer sales to the ultimate consumer for on-premises or off-premises consumption;
2). Is valid for four days; and
3). Is issued only to current retail permit holders.
TEMPORARY WINE AND BEER RETAILER’S PERMIT (BH/HP)
1). Allows sales of beer, ale, wine and malt liquor (not to exceed 17% alcohol by volume depending on the local option status) to the ultimate consumer for on-premises or off-premises consumption;
2). Is issued to nonprofit historic preservation organizations existing for 30
years or more;
3). Fees plus surcharges apply; and
4). Valid for three days.
SPECIAL THREE-DAY WINE AND BEER PERMIT (SB)
1). Is issued to nonprofit charitable, civic or religious organizations;
2). Allows sales of beer, ale, wine and malt liquor (not to exceed 14% or 17% alcohol by volume depending on the local option status) to the ultimate consumer only for on-premises consumption;
3). Is valid for three days.
DAILY TEMPORARY MIXED BEVERAGE PERMIT (TB)
1). Allows sales for all types of beverages to the ultimate consumer for on-premises consumption
2). Issued to:
−− holders of Mixed Beverage Permit and Mixed Beverage Permit with Food and Beverage
−− organizations for specific charitable or civic purposes
−− a political party or association supporting a candidate for public office or a ballot measure
−− religious organizations, or a fraternal organization in existence for more than five years and has a regular membership;
• Limited to 10 permits per year for organizations other than a mixed beverage permittee and mixed beverage with food and beverage permittee;
DAILY TEMPORARY PRIVATE CLUB PERMIT (TN)
• Issued to holders of Private Club Permits where events are sponsored by:
−− organizations formed for specific charitable or civic purposes
−− political parties or associations supporting a candidate for public office or a ballot measure
−− religious organizations
−− fraternal organizations in existence for more than five years and with a regular membership;
• Serves all types of beverages to club members and their guests for on-premises consumption only; and must be in an area wet for on-premises consumption of all alcoholic beverages
**cannot issue more than two Daily Temporary Private Club Permits to the same sponsoring party, association or organization during a12-month period**
TEMPORARY CHARITABLE AUCTION PERMIT (CA)
1). Allows for auctions of alcoholic beverages donated (beer may be purchased or donated) to charitable organizations for off-premises consumption;
2). Is valid for no more than five days
3). Is valid only in areas wet for the sale of the type of alcohol being auctioned.

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