SB 247/LM (BR 2010) - T. Buford
AN ACT relating to alcoholic beverages.
Amend KRS 241.010 to exclude specified products from the definition of "alcoholic beverage"; amend KRS 241.200 and 241.260 to clarify that the respective appeals will be governed by KRS Chapter 13B; amend KRS 243.030 relating to fees for special private club licenses and supplemental bar licenses; amend KRS 243.040 to clarify that the special temporary license is required for each event; amend KRS 243.050 to clarify that a separate hotel-in-room license shall be required for a convention center or hotel convention center; amend KRS 243.360 to expand list of applicants required to advertise their intention to apply for an alcohol license, to include applicants for an out-of state brewer's license, a supplemental bar license; and extended hours supplemental license; amend KRS 243.430 to permit an administrator to conditionally issue a license in less than 30 days if the premises has previously been licensed within the last 12 months; amend KRS 243.540 to delineate circumstances requiring the licensee to dispose of alcoholic beverage inventory; allow a licensee 30 days to dispose of her inventory for any reason other than revocation by the board; amend KRS 244.090 to permit a licensee whose license was issued after July 15, 1998 to employ a person convicted of any misdemeanor or offense attributable to the use of intoxicating liquors within the last two years if the employee's duties do not involve the sale, service, delivery, or traffic in alcoholic beverages at the licensed premises; amend KRS 244.350 to remove the prohibition on retailers to accepting orders for alcoholic beverages; amend KRS 242.1297, 242.240, and 243.070 to conform; create new sections of KRS Chapters 242 and 243 specifying that definitions in Chapter 241 shall apply to all 3 chapters.
SB 247 - AMENDMENTS
HCS/LM - Retain all provisions of the original bill; amend KRS 242.185 to permit a local option election in a dry city or county to approve the sale of alcoholic beverages by the drink at restaurants only; amend KRS 243.075 to allow a wet county containing a city of the third or fourth class to impose a regulatory license fee for alcoholic beverages and apply the county fee only to licensees outside municipal boundaries, if the city also imposes a fee; and allow the regulatory body of a city of the third class to permit by ordinance Sunday sales at hotels, motels, and restaurants that meet stated criteria.
HFA (1, G. Stumbo) - Add new subsection to amend KRS 243.075 to permit prescribed counties to levy a regulatory license fee on the gross receipts of establishments selling alcoholic beverages and only permit the application of the fee outside the jurisdictional boundaries of those cities which also levy the same license fee.
HFA (2/P, R. Wilkey) - Attach the provisions of HB 774; amend KRS 243.110 to make each kind of license in KRS 243.030 and KRS 243.040 inconsistent with other licenses listed in each respective section if the license relates to a different tier in the production, distribution, and sale system.
HFA (3, L. Clark) - Amend KRS 244.290 to permit the legislative body of a city of the third class to approve by ordinance the sale of alcoholic beverages by the drink on Sunday after 1 p.m. at qualified hotels, motels, and restaurants.
HFA (4, G. Stumbo) - Add new subsection to amend KRS 243.075 to permit prescribed counties to levy a regulatory license fee on the gross receipts of establishments selling alcoholic beverages and only permit the application of the fee outside the jurisdictional boundaries of those cities which also levy the same license fee.
HFA (5, H. Anderson) - Require, upon petition of the voters, that a local option election be held in a city, county, or magisterial or commissioner's district for the sale of alcoholic beverages by the drink at dining facilities in hotels, inns, and motels and bona fide restaurants; require that licenses be issued only at dining facilities with seating for at least 100 persons located in hotels, motels, or inns containing not less than 50 sleeping units and bona fide restaurants with seating for 100 persons that derive at least 70 percent of their gross annual food and beverage receipts from the sale of food; permit a city and county legislative body to establish procedures for administrating the sale and to impose a regulatory license fee.
Feb 10-introduced in Senate
Feb 15-to Licensing and Occupations (S)
Feb 24-reported favorably, 1st reading, to Calendar
Feb 25-2nd reading, to Rules
Feb 29-posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Thursday, March 2, 2000
Mar 2-3rd reading, passed 37-1
Mar 3-received in House
Mar 6-to Licensing and Occupations (H)
Mar 8-posting waived
Mar 10-reported favorably, 1st reading, to Calendar
Mar 13-2nd reading, to Rules
Mar 14-floor amendments (1) and (2) filed
Mar 16-posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Friday, March 17, 2000
Mar 17-floor amendment (3) filed
Mar 20-floor amendment (4) filed
Mar 22-recommitted to Licensing and Occupations (H); posting waived; floor amendment (5) filed
Mar 23-reported favorably, to Rules with Committee Substitute ; posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Friday, March 24, 2000
Mar 24-3rd reading, passed 49-38 with Committee Substitute
Mar 27-received in Senate
Mar 29-posted for passage for concurrence in House Committee Substitute ; taken from the Regular Orders of the Day, placed in the Consent Orders of the Day; Senate concurred in House Committee Substitute ; passed 34-4
Apr 11-enrolled, signed by each presiding officer, delivered to Governor
Apr 21-signed by Governor (Acts ch. 435)