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               (See also LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD; TRAFFIC OFFENSES)
Alcohol, crime-related use or possession prohibitions, role in general sentencing provisions: HB 2206, SB 5966, SSB 5966
Auction buyers of former state stores, applying for refund of successful bid and selling inventory to spirits retail license holders, authorizing: HB 2026
Auction buyers of former state stores, exempting from spirits retail license issuance fee: HB 2019, * ESSB 5644, CH 12 (2013)
Beer, additional tax on beer and strong beer, using certain revenues in connection with health security trust: HB 1085, SB 5224
Beer, additional tax on beer and strong beer, using revenues for education funding: HB 1122, HB 2038, SB 5039, SB 5738
Beer, additional tax on beer and strong beer, using revenues for impaired driving safety and enforcement: SB 5915, SB 5917, SB 5929, SB 5930
Beer, beer and wine theater license: HB 1001, * SHB 1001, CH 219 (2013), SB 5111
Beer, caterer's license to sell, creating: HB 2680, * ESHB 2680, CH 29 (2014)
Beer, day spas offering to customers, creating day spa permit for: SB 5045, * ESSB 5045, CH 199 (2014)
Beer, growlers of, sales of: HB 2327, SB 6334
Beer, in purchaser's container, sales by grocery store licensees: HB 2371, SHB 2371, SB 6136
Beer, sampling and serving, qualifying farmers markets, modifying definition: * SB 6514, CH 105 (2014)
Beer, sampling at specialty shops: HB 1022
Beer, sampling, conducted by microbreweries at farmers markets, allowing: * SB 5674, CH 238 (2013)
Beer, tasting, changing criteria for beer and wine tasting endorsement for grocery stores: HB 1422, * SHB 1422 (2013) V, SB 5517, * SSB 5517, CH 52 (2013)
Beer, tasting, permit to allow community and technical college students at least age 18 to taste beer and other alcoholic beverages in certain culinary or alcohol-related classes: * SSB 5774, CH 59 (2013)
Beer, tasting, permit to allow postsecondary students under age 21 to taste beer and other alcoholic beverages in certain culinary or alcohol-related classes: SB 5774
Beer, tasting, permit to allow state or regional university students at least age 18 to taste beer and other alcoholic beverages in certain culinary or alcohol-related classes: SB 6386
Beer, wine, beer, and spirits theater licenses: * ESB 5607, CH 237 (2013)
Cider, sales by certain retail beer sales licensees: HB 1008, SB 6442, * SSB 6442, CH 54 (2014)
Contract liquor store managers, certain former, exempting from spirits retail license issuance fee: HB 2019, * ESSB 5644, CH 12 (2013)
Contract liquor stores, certain former, exempting from spirits retail license issuance fee: HB 1962
Contract liquor stores, owners of former, payment of spirits retail license issuance fees: SSB 6237
Contract or state liquor stores, certain former, exempting from spirits retail license issuance fee: 2SHB 1161
Contract or state liquor stores, certain former, payment of retail license issuance fee: HB 2490
Contract or state liquor stores, certain former, selling spirits retail license to third party or relocating store: SB 6238
Craft distillery customers, spirits sales, increasing allowable per day volume per customer: * HB 1149, CH 98 (2013)
Craft distillery products, license endorsement for sales by beer and/or wine specialty shop: HB 1133, SB 5731, ESSB 5731
Culinary arts training educational institutions, culinary class restaurant wine specialty license and special event endorsement, creating: HB 1805
Culinary class specialty license, creating: SHB 1805
Culinary or alcohol-related classes, community or technical college, permit to allow students at least age 18 to taste alcoholic beverages in: * SSB 5774, CH 59 (2013)
Culinary or alcohol-related classes, postsecondary, permit to allow students under age 21 to taste alcoholic beverages in: SB 5774
Culinary or alcohol-related classes, state or regional university, permit to allow students at least age 18 to taste alcoholic beverages in: SB 6386
Day spas, offering of wine or beer to customers, creating day spa permit for: SB 5045, * ESSB 5045, CH 199 (2014)
Distilleries, craft, spirits endorsement for sales at fairs: HB 2154, SHB 2154
Distilleries, spirits for off-premises consumption or on-premises sampling: HB 2364, SHB 2364, SB 6226, * SSB 6226, CH 92 (2014)
Distillery products, certain distilleries, license endorsement for sale by beer and/or wine specialty shop: ESSB 5731
Distributors, spirits, modifying license issuance fee and surcharge provisions: HB 2019
Distributors, spirits, modifying license issuance fee provisions: * ESSB 5644, CH 12 (2013)
Fairs, liquor license and craft distillery spirits endorsement for: HB 2154, SHB 2154
Fetal alcohol exposure, work group to address: HB 2737
Grocery stores, changing criteria for beer and wine tasting endorsement: HB 1422, * SHB 1422 (2013) V, SB 5517, * SSB 5517, CH 52 (2013)
Grocery stores, wine and beer licensees, sales of beer in purchaser's container: HB 2371, SHB 2371, SB 6136
Growlers of cider, sales by certain retail beer sales licensees: HB 1008, SB 6442, * SSB 6442, CH 54 (2014)
Growlers of wine or beer, sales of: HB 2327, SB 6334
Growlers of wine, sales by certain retail sales licensees: HB 1742
Growlers of wine, sales of own wine by licensed domestic wineries: * SHB 1742, CH 27 (2014), SSB 6334
Health security trust, using certain beer and spirits tax revenues for health care services and maintenance of trust: HB 1085, SB 5224
Licensees, grocery stores, sales of beer in purchaser's container: HB 2371, SHB 2371, SB 6136
Licensees, serving alcohol for on-premises consumption, requiring fetal alcohol exposure warning signs: HB 2737
Licenses and permits, retail, obtaining by persons convicted of automated sales suppression device or phantom ware use, prohibitions: SB 6543
Licenses and permits, streamlining and simplifying, work group to make recommendations: SB 6222
Licenses, beer and/or wine specialty shop, endorsement to sell craft distillery products: SB 5731
Licenses, beer and/or wine specialty shop, endorsement to sell products of craft distilleries and certain other distilleries: ESSB 5731
Licenses, beer and/or wine specialty shops, endorsement to sell craft distillery products: HB 1133
Licenses, caterer's license to sell beer, spirits, and wine, creating: HB 2680, * ESHB 2680, CH 29 (2014)
Licenses, culinary class restaurant wine specialty license and special event endorsement, creating: HB 1805
Licenses, culinary class specialty license, creating: SHB 1805
Licenses, liquor license for fairs: HB 2154, SHB 2154
Licenses, multiple for single location, allowing: HB 1711, SHB 1711, HB 2355, SB 5628, SB 6335
Licenses, nonprofit arts organization, expanding definition of eligible organizations: SB 6316
Licenses, renewals, increasing excise tax revenues with: HB 1503, SB 5285
Licenses, senior center license: HB 1063, * SB 5310, CH 78 (2014)
Licenses, snack bar beer retailer's license, adding sales of wine by the glass to: HB 2302, SB 6148
Licenses, special occasion, selling wine in original container for on-premises consumption: SB 6131, SSB 6131
Licenses, spirits distributors, modifying license issuance fee and surcharge provisions: HB 2019
Licenses, spirits distributors, modifying license issuance fee provisions: * ESSB 5644, CH 12 (2013)
Licenses, spirits retail license, eliminating issuance fee: HB 1282
Licenses, spirits retail license, excluding certain licensees selling spirits for later resale from license issuance fee: HB 2172, ESB 6220
Licenses, spirits retail license, exempting certain former contract liquor stores from issuance fee: HB 1962
Licenses, spirits retail license, former contract or state liquor store owner or holder selling license to third party or relocating store: SB 6238
Licenses, spirits retail license, payment of issuance fees: HB 2412, SHB 2412, HB 2435, SB 6237, SSB 6237
Licenses, spirits retail licensees, issuance fee exemption for former contract liquor store managers and state store auction buyers with respect to certain sales: HB 2019, * ESSB 5644, CH 12 (2013)
Licenses, spirits, craft distillery endorsement for sales at fairs: HB 2154, SHB 2154
Licenses, theater, beer, wine, and spirits sales: * ESB 5607, CH 237 (2013)
Licenses, theaters, beer and wine sales: HB 1001, * SHB 1001, CH 219 (2013), SB 5111
Licenses, various, miscellaneous changes: HB 2305, SB 6159
Liquor excise tax, wholesale and retail sales, imposing to fund alcohol and drug treatment: SB 5949
Liquor excise taxes, deposit in liquor excise tax fund and transfer to impaired driving safety account: SB 5917, SB 5929
Liquor excise taxes, deposit in liquor excise tax fund and transfer to liquor revolving fund, modifying provisions: HB 1368, SB 5703
Liquor excise taxes, deposit in liquor excise tax fund, increasing sales tax sum for: HB 2784, SB 6564
Liquor excise taxes, increasing revenue with liquor license renewals: HB 1503, SB 5285
Liquor revolving fund, distribution of revenues: HB 1368, HB 2067, HB 2314, SB 5703, SB 6361
Malt beverages, wholesale distributors and suppliers, removing spirits from provisions: HB 1411
Permits, special, to allow college and vocational students under age 21 to taste wine in viticulture and enology classes: SHB 1459
Permits, special, to allow community or technical college students at least age 18 to taste alcoholic beverages in certain culinary or alcohol-related classes: * SSB 5774, CH 59 (2013)
Permits, special, to allow postsecondary students under age 21 to taste alcoholic beverages in certain culinary or alcohol-related classes: SB 5774
Permits, special, to allow state or regional university students at least age 18 to taste alcoholic beverages in certain culinary or alcohol-related classes: SB 6386
Purchases of liquor, confidentiality of liquor control board records of, repealing statute: HB 2764
Regulation of alcoholic beverages, miscellaneous changes: HB 2305, SB 6159
Sales of liquor, prohibiting if customer has marker on identicard indicating restriction of driving privileges due to driving under the influence: SB 5915, SB 5917
Self-checkout for liquor sales, prohibiting certain machines: HB 1009, SB 5261
Self-checkout for liquor sales, requiring machines that halt transaction during purchaser age verification: * SHB 1009, CH 89 (2013)
Selling price, advertised, to include liquor taxes: HB 1066
Spirits, caterer's license to sell, creating: HB 2680, * ESHB 2680, CH 29 (2014)
Spirits, distilleries, for off-premises consumption or on-premises sampling: HB 2364, SHB 2364, SB 6226, * SSB 6226, CH 92 (2014)
Spirits, distributors, modifying license issuance fee and surcharge provisions: HB 2019
Spirits, distributors, modifying license issuance fee provisions: * ESSB 5644, CH 12 (2013)
Spirits, group purchases by retail licensees in certain cases: HB 1281, HB 2019
Spirits, removing from malt beverage wholesale distributors and suppliers provisions: HB 1411
Spirits, retail licensees, former contract or state liquor store owner or holder selling license to third party or relocating store: SB 6238
Spirits, retail licensees, license issuance fee exemption for former contract liquor store managers and state store auction buyers with respect to certain sales: HB 2019, * ESSB 5644, CH 12 (2013)
Spirits, retail sales for later resale, excluding from "spirits sales revenues under the license": HB 1161, SB 5644
Spirits, retail sales for later resale, excluding from retail license issuance fee but requiring distributor license fee: SHB 1161, 2SHB 1161, 3SHB 1161
Spirits, retail sales for later resale, excluding from retail license issuance fee in certain cases: HB 2172, ESB 6220
Spirits, retailers, disabling point-of-sale machines' ability to accept public assistance electronic benefit cards: SB 5279
Spirits, retailers, prohibited from accepting public assistance electronic benefit cards for purchase of spirits: ESSB 5279
Spirits, retailers, theft from, liquor control board regulatory authority to reduce: HB 2155, * ESHB 2155, CH 63 (2014)
Spirits, sale and distribution, streamlining collection of taxes, fees, and reports: * HB 1124, CH 95 (2013), SB 5238
Spirits, sales at fairs, endorsement for craft distilleries: HB 2154, SHB 2154
Spirits, sales tax, additional tax on certain sales by distributors to restaurant retailers: HB 2019
Spirits, sales tax, comprehensive reduction: SB 6547
Spirits, sampling, limited on-premise sampling provided by certain spirits retail license holders: HB 1332, SHB 1332, SB 5396, * SSB 5396, CH 234 (2013)
Spirits, tasting, permit to allow community or technical college students at least age 18 to taste spirits and other alcoholic beverages in certain culinary or alcohol-related classes: * SSB 5774, CH 59 (2013)
Spirits, tasting, permit to allow postsecondary students under age 21 to taste spirits and other alcoholic beverages in certain culinary or alcohol-related classes: SB 5774
Spirits, tasting, permit to allow state or regional university students at least age 18 to taste spirits and other alcoholic beverages in certain culinary or alcohol-related classes: SB 6386
Spirits, using certain spirits tax revenues in connection with health security trust: HB 1085, SB 5224
Spirits, wine, beer, and spirits theater licenses: * ESB 5607, CH 237 (2013)
Wine, adding sales of wine by the glass to snack bar beer retailer's license: HB 2302, SB 6148
Wine, beer and wine theater license: HB 1001, * SHB 1001, CH 219 (2013), SB 5111
Wine, beer, wine, and spirits theater licenses: * ESB 5607, CH 237 (2013)
Wine, caterer's license to sell, creating: HB 2680, * ESHB 2680, CH 29 (2014)
Wine, day spas offering to customers, creating day spa permit for: SB 5045, * ESSB 5045, CH 199 (2014)
Wine, group purchases by retail licensees in certain cases: HB 1281, HB 2019
Wine, growlers of, sales of: HB 1742, * SHB 1742, CH 27 (2014), HB 2327, SB 6334, SSB 6334
Wine, in original container for on-premises consumption, sales by special occasion licensees: SB 6131, SSB 6131
Wine, licensed domestic wineries, sales of own wine in kegs or sanitary containers: * SHB 1742, CH 27 (2014)
Wine, sales by certain retail beer sales licensees: HB 1742
Wine, sales, culinary class restaurant wine specialty license and special event endorsement, creating: HB 1805
Wine, sales, culinary class specialty license, creating: SHB 1805
Wine, sampling and serving, qualifying farmers markets, modifying definition: * SB 6514, CH 105 (2014)
Wine, sampling at specialty shops: HB 1022
Wine, sampling, conducted by wineries at farmers markets, allowing: * SB 5674, CH 238 (2013)
Wine, tasting, allowing college and vocational students under age 21 to taste wine in viticulture and enology classes: HB 1459
Wine, tasting, changing criteria for beer and wine tasting endorsement for grocery stores: HB 1422, * SHB 1422 (2013) V, SB 5517, * SSB 5517, CH 52 (2013)
Wine, tasting, permit to allow college and vocational students under age 21 to taste wine in viticulture and enology classes: SHB 1459
Wine, tasting, permit to allow community or technical college students at least age 18 to taste wine and other alcoholic beverages in certain culinary or alcohol-related classes: * SSB 5774, CH 59 (2013)
Wine, tasting, permit to allow postsecondary students under age 21 to taste wine and other alcoholic beverages in certain culinary or alcohol-related classes: SB 5774
Wine, tasting, permit to allow state or regional university students at least age 18 to taste wine and other alcoholic beverages in certain culinary or alcohol-related classes: SB 6386