Pennsylvania State Police, Bureau of Liquor Control Enforecement v. Beer and Pop Warehouse, Inc.
Liquor Control Board upheld $50 citation against liquor licensee sought by state police, Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement, for violation of statute prohibiting advertisement of price of alcoholic beverages, and licensee appealed. The Common Pleas Court, Allegheny County, S.A. 737–90, Alan S. Penkower, J., reversed, and state police appealed. The Commonwealth Court, Nos. 700 and 855 C.D. 1991, Doyle, J., held that: (1) statute prohibiting advertising “on the outside of any licensed premises” required that advertising in question be physically attached to licensed premises, and (2) licensee did not permit violation of statute prohibiting advertising of price of alcoholic beverages. Affirmed. Procedral Posture(s): On Appeal.
Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania
Joseph T. Doyle, Smith, Blatt
Stanley J. Wolowski, Asst. Counsel, for appellant/appellee, Pennsylvania State Police, Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement. Roslyn M. Litman and Martha S. Helmreich, for appellee/appellant, Beer & Pop Warehouse, Inc
603 A.2d 284