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HB 155 (BR 465) - C. Morgan
AN ACT relating to transporting alcoholic beverages.
Amend KRS 243.200 to permit a quota retail package licensee or a nonquota malt beverage package licensee to transport alcoholic beverages between stores of common ownership if the licensee derives not less than ninety percent of his or her cash receipts from the sale of alcohol and pays the annual license fee; mandate a separate license for each store if transporting between more than one store of common ownership; require the holder of a supplemental transporter's license to maintain adequate records of transactions permitted by the license, transport alcoholic beverages in a vehicle marked in accordance with ABC regulations, and require the driver of a vehicle transporting alcohol under the supplemental transporter's license to maintain a copy of the license and bills of lading, consignment, or other evidence of ownership of the cargo; amend KRS 243.030 to create the license; establish a $100 annual fee.
HCS1 - Retain original provisions; require retail premises identified on the supplemental transporter's license to have at least two-thirds common ownership; specify that records of shipments be maintained for three years on the retail premises; required that the truck used to ship the product have a cargo area no larger than 10 feet by 15 feet; stipulate that shipments be only from one retail premise to another retail premise; limit the number of vehicles permitted to one per license; allow retail licensees with multiple licenses to use the same designated vehicle for multiple licenses.
Jan 06, 2017 - introduced in House
Feb 07, 2017 - to Licensing, Occupations, & Admin Regs (H)
Feb 17, 2017 - posted in committee
Feb 22, 2017 - reported favorably, 1st reading, to Calendar with Committee Substitute
Feb 23, 2017 - 2nd reading, to Rules; posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Monday, February 27, 2017