188 A.2d 813

543 Bar, Inc. Liquor License Case.

Superior Court of Pennsylvania.December 11, 1962.
March 20, 1963.

Liquor Law — Licenses — Suspension — Female serving alcoholic beverages behind bar — Female manager of corporate licensee — Liquor Code.

In this case, in which it appeared that subsequent to the issuance of a restaurant liquor license to a corporation, a female, who was the secretary, treasurer, director and owner of all of the stock of the licensee, operated the restaurant and taproom business in the capacity of manager, a position which was approved by the Liquor Control Board; and that thereafter the corporation’s license was suspended on the ground that it had permitted a female to render service of alcoholic beverages from behind the bar, in violation of § 493, subsection 25 of the Liquor Code, Act of April 12, 1951, P.L. 90; it was Held
that the order of the court below reversing the order of the board and sustaining the appeal should be affirmed.

Argued December 11, 1962.

Before RHODES, P.J., ERVIN, WRIGHT, WOODSIDE, WATKINS, MONTGOMERY, and FLOOD, JJ.

Appeal, No. 372, Oct. T., 1962, from order of Court of Quarter Sessions of Philadelphia County, April T., 1962, No. 1295, in the matter of revocation of restaurant liquor license issued to 543 Bar, Incorporated. Order affirmed.

Same case in court below: 29 Pa. D. C. 2d 421.

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Appeal by licensee from decision of Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board suspending restaurant liquor license.

Order entered reversing decision of board and sustaining appeal, opinion by GOLD, P.J. Commonwealth appealed.

Russell C. Wismer, Special Assistant Attorney General, with him George G. Lindsay, Assistant Attorney General, and David Stahl, Attorney General, for Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, appellant.

Samuel M. Brodsky, with him Sidney Schwartz, for appellee.

OPINION PER CURIAM, March 20, 1963:

The order of the Court of Quarter Sessions of Philadelphia County is affirmed on the opinion of President Judge GOLD, for the court below, reported at 29 Pa. D. C. 2d 421.