Mississippi Legislature

2000 Regular Session

House Bill 1392

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Background

Title

Description: Alcoholic beverages; allow shipment from out of state directly to consumers.

Bill Text: [Introduced]

History of Actions:

102/21/00(H)Referred To Ways and Means
203/07/00(H)Died In Committee

Background Information:

Effective dateJuly 1, 2000
DispositionDead
DeadlineGeneral Bill/Constitutional Amendment
RevenueNo
3/5ths vote requiredYes

House Committee:

Principal Author: Fleming

Code Sections: A 067-0001-0009, A 097-0031-0047

Title: AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE WHOLESALERS, RETAILERS OR PRODUCERS OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES DOMICILED OUTSIDE THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI TO SHIP NOT MORE THAN 24 BOTTLES OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES WITHIN A ONE-MONTH PERIOD DIRECTLY TO A HOUSEHOLD IN MISSISSIPPI IF THE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES ARE FOR PERSONAL USE; TO PROHIBIT THE SHIPMENT OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES TO A PERSON WHO IS LESS THAN TWENTY-ONE YEARS OF AGE; TO PROHIBIT THE SHIPMENT OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES TO A COUNTY THAT HAS NOT VOTED TO COME OUT FROM UNDER THE DRY LAW; TO PROHIBIT THE SHIPMENT OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES THAT ARE SOLD AT RETAIL IN MISSISSIPPI AT THE TIME A SHIPMENT IS MADE; TO REQUIRE WHOLESALERS, RETAILERS OR PRODUCERS WHO SHIP ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES PURSUANT TO THIS ACT TO REGISTER ANNUALLY WITH THE STATE TAX COMMISSION, PAY A FEE AND FILE A COPY OF THE INVOICE OF ANY SHIPMENT WITH THE STATE TAX COMMISSION; TO REQUIRE WHOLESALERS, RETAILERS AND PRODUCERS WHO SHIP ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES PURSUANT TO THIS ACT TO FILE A QUARTERLY REPORT WITH THE STATE TAX COMMISSION AND TO PAY THE EXCISE AND SALES TAXES AND MARKUP IMPOSED BY THE STATE TAX COMMISSION ON ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES SOLD IN THE STATE FOR THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES SHIPPED; TO PROVIDE PENALTIES FOR VIOLATIONS OF THIS ACT; TO AMEND SECTIONS 67-1-9 AND 97-31-47, MISSISSIPPI CODE OF 1972, IN CONFORMITY THERETO; AND FOR RELATED PURPOSES.


Information pertaining to this measure was last updated on 03/07/00 at 17:31.



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