10: number by which Haverhill’s alcohol license cap was increased in April.
$2,500: cost of obtaining an annual liquor license from the city of Haverhill.
4: number of Salem restaurants that were allowed to convert from seasonal to annual wine and beer licenses since new legislation took effect in Nov. 2011.
$60,000-$80,000: estimated going rate of annual full alcohol licenses on the secondary market in Salem.
$125: filing fee in Andover for eateries to have outdoor seating on public sidewalks.
$225: total cost in local and state fees for Andover eateries to modify licenses to be able to serve alcohol outdoors.
50: minimum seating requirement Medford officials are petitioning to set in order for restaurants to be able to get a liquor license.
99: current minimum number of seats required for restaurants to be able to get a liquor license in Medford. Until 2003, the minimum was 250 seats.
14: quota of on-premise, all alcohol licenses the state allows in communities with populations less than 14,000.
65: quota of on-premise, all alcohol licenses the state allows in communities with populations ranging from 60,000-61,000.
Sources: Massachusetts Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, cities of Haverhill, Salem, and Medford, and Town of Andover.