ABCC


Regulations

204 CMR 2.00:
REGULATIONS OF THE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES
CONTROL COMMISSION

204-2.15: Commercial Clubs

(1) A Commercial Club is a holder of a Restaurant license under M.G.L. c.
138, s. 12, who has been granted written permission by the Local Licensing
Authorities and the Commission to restrict admission to the licensed
premises to persons who have paid an annual membership fee.

(2) A licensee may request, by application, written permission of the Local
Licensing Authorities and the Commission to operate as a Commercial Club.

(3) Said application shall set forth the requirements for membership.

(4) Membership may not be denied on the basis of race, color, creed, place
of national origin or sex.

204 CMR 2.00