Oregon Statutes - Chapter 565 - Fairs and Exhibits - Section 565.130 - Businesses that may be licensed; when other license may be required.

(1) Licenses under ORS 565.120 may be issued permitting any business to be conducted upon the grounds of the Oregon State Fair which under the laws of this state may be conducted at any place within the state, including the sale of malt, vinous or distilled liquor.

(2) Any business so licensed by the State Parks and Recreation Director is not required to pay license to any city, county or state, other than to the director as provided in ORS 565.120, for conducting a business upon the grounds of the Oregon State Fair. However, nothing in this section shall interfere with the laws of this state requiring a license for the operation of a restaurant or requiring a license to be obtained from the Oregon Liquor Control Commission for the sale or distribution of alcoholic liquors. [Amended by 1973 c.537 §5; 1977 c.55 §27; 2005 c.777 §37]

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