CHAPTER 60. STATE CONTROL OF ALCOHOLIC LIQUORS.

§60-2-17b. Wine and liquor operating fund established; operations fee; fund issues.

(a) As of July 1, 2019, there is an annual nonrefundable and nonprorated operational fee of $100 for all distilleries, mini-distilleries, wineries, farm wineries, Class A retail licensees, Class B retail licensees, private clubs, private wine retailers, wine specialty shops, wine restaurants, private wine spas, private wine bed and breakfasts, wine suppliers, and wine distributors which shall be paid on or before July 1, 2019, and every July 1 thereafter.  All fees collected by the commissioner pursuant to this section shall be deposited in a special revenue account in the State Treasury, hereby created, to be known as the Wine and Liquor Operations Fund.  Moneys in the fund may only be expended by the commissioner for the administration of this chapter, as appropriated by law.

(b) Licensees holding multiple licenses for nonintoxicating beer, nonintoxicating craft beer, wine, or liquor shall be subject to paying only one operations fee of $100 under this chapter and under §11-16-10(d) of this code.

§60-2-17b. Wine and liquor operating fund established; operations fee; fund issues.

Bills Affecting §60-2-17B

2019 Regular Session: SB561

ACTS Referencing §60-2-17B