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Included in this study are the current federal and state regulations.Fifty-nine percent of the states (including the District of Columbia) currently mandate some sort of open dating on food products.Delaware's statute applies to alcoholic liquor other than beer. Furthermore, the provisions of this section shall not be deemed to prohibit the possession of wine which is: (a) resealed in accordance with the provisions of subdivision four of §81 of the Alcoholic Beverage Control law; and (b) is transported in the vehicle's trunk or is transported behind the last upright seat or in an area not normally occupied by the driver or passenger in a motor vehicle that is not equipped with a trunk. For the purposes of this section, a passenger vehicle shall mean a vehicle designed to carry 10 or more passengers and used to carry passengers for profit or hire. A partially consumed bottle of wine that is to be removed from the premises pursuant to this subdivision shall be securely sealed by the licensee or an agent of the licensee prior to removal from the premises, in a bag such that it is visibly apparent that such resealed bottle of wine has not been tampered with. Not more than eight liters of fortified wine or spirituous liquor, or combination of the two, may be transported by each passenger. (2) The opened bottle of wine that is resealed in accordance with division (E)(1) of this section is stored in the trunk of a motor vehicle or, if the motor vehicle does not have a trunk, behind the last upright seat or in an area not normally occupied by the driver or passengers and not easily accessible by the driver. This section does not apply to persons described in division (D) of §4301.62 of the Revised Code. (3) A person may not keep, carry, possess, transport, or allow another to keep, carry, possess, or transport in the passenger compartment of a motor vehicle, when the vehicle is on any highway or waters of the state, any container which contains any alcoholic beverage if the container has been opened, its seal broken, or the contents of the container partially consumed.Hawaii's statute applies to wine, liquor or beer. Such licensee or agent of the licensee shall provide a dated receipt for the bottle of wine to the patron. A violation of this subsection shall not be grounds for suspension of the driver's license for illegal transportation of intoxicating liquors under G. (4) Subsections (2) and (3) do not apply to a passenger: (a) in the living quarters of a motor home or camper; (b) who has carried an alcoholic beverage onto a limousine or chartered bus that is in compliance with §32B-4-415(4)(b) and (c); or (c) in a motorboat on the waters of the state.The Commissioner of Weights and Measures shall adopt regulations, in accordance with chapter 54, incorporating, by reference, the voluntary version of the Uniform Open Dating Regulation, as adopted and as amended from time to time, by the National Conference on Weights and Measures and published in the National Institute of Standards and Technology Handbook 130, or subsequent corresponding handbook of the United States Department of Commerce.
Dairy foods required to be marked with a last sale date pursuant to section 22-197b shall be exempt from the provisions of this section.
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The potential benefits of this dating system outweigh the opposing points-of-view.
The purpose of this research is to illustrate and discuss the current practices and regulations regarding open dating of food.
Mississippi and the Virgin Islands do not have statutes regulating the consumption or possession of alcohol in motor vehicles. Any operator or passenger violating this section shall be guilty of a traffic infraction. A restaurant licensed to sell wine under this section may permit a patron to remove one unsealed bottle of wine for off-premises consumption provided that the patron has purchased a full course meal and consumed a portion of the bottle of wine with such meal on the restaurant premises. It shall be unlawful for a person who is driving a motor vehicle on a highway or public vehicular area to consume in the passenger area of that vehicle any malt beverage or unfortified wine. (5) A person may have in the person's possession on an F-9 liquor permit premises an opened or unopened container of beer or intoxicating liquor that was not purchased from the holder of the F-9 permit if the person is attending an orchestral performance and the holder of the F-9 permit grants permission for the possession and consumption of beer or intoxicating liquor in certain predesignated areas of the premises during the period for which the F-9 permit is issued. §4301.62 (E) An opened bottle of wine that was purchased from the holder of a permit that authorizes the sale of wine for consumption on the premises where sold is not an opened container for the purposes of this section if both of the following apply: (1) The opened bottle of wine is securely resealed by the permit holder or an employee of the permit holder before the bottle is removed from the premises. Any person violating the provisions of this section shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction shall be punished as provided in subsection A of §566 of Title 37 of the Oklahoma Statutes. The provisions of subsection A of this section shall not apply to the passenger area of buses and limousines; however, it shall be unlawful for the driver of the bus or limousine to consume or have in the driver’s immediate possession any intoxicating beverage or low-point beer. No city, town, or county may adopt any order, ordinance, rule or regulation concerning the consumption or serving of intoxicating beverages or low-point beer in buses or limousines. (2) The offense described in this section does not apply to passengers in a motor vehicle operated by a common carrier and used primarily to carry passengers for hire. (e) Using or being under the influence of controlled substances. (d) In this section, "central business district" means a compact and contiguous geographical area of a municipality in which at least 90 percent of the land is used or zoned for commercial purposes and that is the area that has historically been the primary location in the municipality where business has been transacted. §109.36 (b) The commissioners court of a county may enact regulations applicable in areas in the county outside an incorporated city or town, and the governing board of an incorporated city or town may enact regulations applicable in the city or town, prohibiting the possession of an open container or the consumption of an alcoholic beverage on a public street, public alley, or public sidewalk within 1,000 feet of the property line of a homeless shelter that is not located in a central business district or a substance abuse treatment center that is not located in a central business district.