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Texas Laws | Alcoholic Beverage Code

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CODE

TITLE 4. REGULATORY AND PENAL PROVISIONS

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CHAPTER 107. TRANSPORTATION AND IMPORTATION

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Sec. 107.01. TRANSPORTATION OF LIQUOR: STATEMENT REQUIRED.

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Sec. 107.02. TRANSPORTATION OF BEER: STATEMENT REQUIRED.

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Sec. 107.03. DELIVERY OF LIQUOR IN DRY AREA.

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Sec. 107.04. DELIVERY OF BEER IN DRY AREA.

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Sec. 107.05. IMPORTATION OF LIQUOR.

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Sec. 107.06. IMPORTATION OF BEER.

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Sec. 107.07. IMPORTATION FOR PERSONAL USE; IMPORTATION BY RAILROAD COMPANIES.

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Sec. 107.08. TRANSPORTATION OF BEVERAGES FOR PERSONAL CONSUMPTION.

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Sec. 107.09. SINGLE INVOICE AUTHORIZED.

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Sec. 107.10. TRANSPORTATION OF WINE COOLERS OR SPIRIT COOLERS.

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Sec. 107.11. IMPORTATION OF PERSONAL COLLECTION.

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