Alcohol laws of North Dakota
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The alcohol laws of North Dakota include the following provisions.
- A person must be 21 to purchase or consume alcohol.
- It is illegal to drive with a blood alcohol level over 0.08%.
- Public Intoxication is not a crime.
- Grocery stores, gas stations, and supermarkets may carry all forms of liquor, but only if the liquor is rung up in a separate enclosed part of the store.
- Alcohol may not be served between 2am and 12pm on Sundays and 2am to 8am on other days.
- Alcohol may not be sold on Thanksgiving Day (after 2 am), Christmas Eve (after 6 pm) or Christmas Day (all day).
- "North dakota Alcohol Laws". alcohollaws.org. Retrieved 13 May 2013.
- N.D.C.C. 5-01-05. Public intoxication - Penalty
- N.D.C.C. 5-02-02.1. Sale of Alcoholic beverages in gas stations, grocery stores, and convenience stores
- City of Fargo. Underage Drinking, Parties and Alcohol: FAQs
- Laws of North Dakota. TITLE 5. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES. CHAPTER 5-01. GENERAL PROVISIONS
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