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Assumption Parish is a Wet Parish

Village: Napoleonville
Census Designated Places: Belle Rose | Labadieville |Paincourtville | Pierre Part | Supreme
Unincorporated communities: Albermarie| Belle Alliance | Belle Terre | Boeuf | Brule | Bruly St. Martin | Cancienne |Cedar Grove Plantation | Chula | Church Spur | Elm Hall | Elmfield | Enola |Foley | Freetown | Georgia | Glenwood | Himalaya | Ingleside | Klotzville |Leche | Little Texas | Madewood | Magnolia | Monty | Munsons | Oakley | Percie| Plattenville | Ratliff | St. Thomas | Star | Sweet Home | Westfield |Woodlawn

Hours of Operation – Exemptions –Location Regulations - Certificate of Qualification Required

Hours for Sales - Consumption - Closing:
No person holding a retail dealer's permit and no associate, representative, servant, agent, or employee of the permittee shall do or permit any of the following acts to be done on or about the licensed premises: 

Sell, offer for sale, serve or give alcoholic beverages between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 5:30 a.m. on Sundays - Saturdays.

Allow the possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages on the premises between the hours of 2:30 a.m. and 5:30 a.m. on Sundays - Saturdays.

Allow anyone except employees to be or remain on the premises between 2:30 a.m. and 5:30 a.m. on Sundays - Saturdays, when the sale or handling of alcoholic beverages constitutes the main business (60% of income).

Exemptions:  Certain days are exempt from the curfew hours including: Mardi Gras, Christmas Day, New Years Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day and any other days the Police Jury sees fit to exempt by vote of the Jury.

Location Regulations
It shall be unlawful for any person, firm, company or corporation to engage in the business of retailing and/or selling goods of distilled spirituous, vinous, malt, cereal and/or other liquors or beverages containing more than 0.5% alcohol by volume within 500 feet of any school, church or synagogue. 

Exemptions:  Certain exemptions apply for establishments which sell alcoholic beverages only for off premises consumption.

Certificate of Qualification Required:
Any person employed as a bartender, barmaid, waitress, performer or entertainer in any place of business where malt, vinous, alcoholic or intoxicating liquors containing more than 6% of alcohol by volume are sold as the principal commodity must first obtain a certificate of qualification.

In addition to other qualifications, a person must be of good character and reputation and over 18 years of age to work as a bartender, barmaid, waitress, performer or entertainer.  The person must also obtain the approval of the Sheriff of the Parish of Assumption on the application filed as having met all of the requirements. The application for a certificate of qualification must be in writing on forms furnished by the sheriff's office of the Parish of Assumption.



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