Sec. 3-31. - Composition and terms of board.
The mayor and board of commissioners of the town shall immediately appoint a town alcoholic beverage control board to be composed of a chairman and four other members who shall be well known for their character, ability and business acumen. Said board shall be known and designated as "The Town of Angier Board of Alcoholic Control." The chairman of said board shall be designated by the board of commissioners of the town and shall serve for his first term a period of three years, and each other member shall serve for a period of three years. All terms shall begin with the date of their appointment, and after the first terms shall have expired, their successors in office shall serve for a period of three years. Their successors, or any vacancy occurring in the board, shall be named or filled by the board of commissioners of the town. The board of alcoholic control shall report quarterly to the town board the status and financial condition of the alcoholic control board and the books of the said board of alcoholic control shall be available for inspection and examination by the members of the town board at any time.
Sec. 3-32. - Powers of board.
The Town of Angier Board of Alcoholic Control shall have all of the powers and duties imposed by G.S. 18B-701, except as otherwise provided herein, and shall be subject to the powers and authority of the state alcoholic beverage control commission. The Town of Angier Board of Alcoholic Control and the operation of any town liquor store authorized under the provisions of this Act shall be subject to and in pursuance with the provisions of state statutes, except to the extent which the same may be in conflict with the provisions of the session laws from which this section is derived.
Sec. 3-33. - Distribution and use of profits.
The net profits, as determined by quarterly audit, shall be distributed and used as follows:
(1)Ten percent of the net profit shall be paid to the Angier Community Library.
(2)Ten percent of the net profit may be used by the town alcoholic control board, in its discretion, for educational programs as to the effect of the use of alcoholic beverages and for the rehabilitation of alcoholics.
(3)The remainder of the net profits shall be allocated to the general fund of the town. The board of commissioners of the town is hereby authorized to appropriate such funds for any proper governmental purpose. Out of the funds allocated to it, the board of commissioners of the town is authorized, at their discretion, to expend up to 25 percent of such funds for recreational programs in the town.
Daniel Simon, Sr.