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Texas Laws | Alcoholic Beverage Code
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CODE
TITLE 4. REGULATORY AND PENAL PROVISIONS

Sec. 109.62. TEMPORARY RELOCATION OF DISTRIBUTOR OR WHOLESALER DURING EMERGENCY. (5401)(Text)

(a) In this section, "period of emergency" means a time during which weather, fire, earthquake, or other natural disaster, act of God, or catastrophe affects a distributor's or wholesaler's premises or an area of this state in a way that disrupts the distributor's or wholesaler's normal business operations to the extent that the business cannot receive deliveries at or make deliveries from the premises or perform necessary business operations at the premises. (5402)

(b) During a period of emergency, a distributor or wholesaler may temporarily operate all or part of the distributor's or wholesaler's business from an alternate location, including storing alcoholic beverages, maintaining required records, receiving alcoholic beverages from suppliers, dispatching orders intended for sale to authorized purchasers, and performing any other function the distributor or wholesaler is authorized by this code to perform at the licensed or permitted premises. The alternate location is considered the distributor's or wholesaler's licensed or permitted premises, as applicable, for the purposes of this code. (5403)

(c) A holder of a permit or license under Chapter 41, 42, or 68 may make deliveries to and pick up deliveries from the alternate location in the same manner as this code and commission rules provide for the distributor's or wholesaler's licensed or permitted premises. (5404)

(d) A distributor or wholesaler who temporarily operates all or part of the distributor's or wholesaler's business from an alternate location as provided by Subsection (b) shall immediately notify the administrator, in writing, of the alternate location. The notice must include a statement affirming that the alternate location satisfies the requirements of Subsection (e). (5405)

(e) The alternate location must be in an area where the sale of the applicable alcoholic beverages has been approved by a local option election or where the distributor or wholesaler had been operating under Section 251.77 or 251.78. If beer, ale, or malt liquor is handled at the alternate location, the alternate location must be in the area assigned to the distributor or wholesaler under Subchapters C and D, Chapter 102. (5406)

(f) If the delivery vehicles operated by the affected distributor or wholesaler are wholly or partially disabled, the administrator may grant the distributor or wholesaler the authority to contract with another distributor or wholesaler for the temporary sharing of delivery vehicles. Authority granted under this subsection is in addition to authority granted under other provisions of this code to share delivery vehicles and warehouses. (5407)

(g) A distributor's or wholesaler's authority to operate from an alternate location under this section expires on the first anniversary of the date the distributor or wholesaler commences business operations at an alternate location. The administrator may grant the distributor or wholesaler a one-year extension of the authority to operate from an alternate location under this section, after which the distributor or wholesaler must apply for a license or permit for the alternate location in the usual manner. (5408)

Added by Acts 2011, 82nd Leg., R.S., Ch. 517 (H.B. 2035), Sec. 3, eff. June 17, 2011. (5409)

Sec. 109.63. BULK TRANSFERS BETWEEN CERTAIN PERMITTEES AND LICENSEES. (5410)(Text)

(a) This section applies to the holder of a brewer's permit, distiller's and rectifier's permit, winery permit, wine bottler's permit, or manufacturer's license. (5411)

(b) Notwithstanding any other provision of this code, a permittee or licensee described by Subsection (a) may transfer in bulk an alcoholic beverage produced by the permittee or licensee to any other permittee or licensee described by that subsection provided that: (5412)

(1) the alcoholic beverage transferred is used only for manufacturing purposes by the recipient; and (5413)

(2) the transfer is permitted by federal law. (5414)

Added by Acts 2013, 83rd Leg., R.S., Ch. 1171 (S.B. 652), Sec. 2, eff. September 1, 2013. (5415)

Sec. 109.64. BULK PURCHASE BY HOLDER OF INDUSTRIAL PERMIT. (5416)(Text)

Section 102.32 applies to the bulk purchase of liquor by the holder of an industrial permit from the holder of a wholesaler's permit. (5417)

Added by Acts 2013, 83rd Leg., R.S., Ch. 1171 (S.B. 652), Sec. 2, eff. September 1, 2013. (5418)

CHAPTER 110. TEXAS WINE MARKETING ASSISTANCE PROGRAM IN DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE (5419)(Text)

Sec. 110.001. DEFINITIONS. (5420)(Text)

In this chapter: (5421)

(1) "Commissioner" means the commissioner of agriculture. (5422)

(2) "Program" means the Texas Wine Marketing Assistance Program. (5423)

Added by Acts 2001, 77th Leg., ch. 1001, Sec. 1.01, eff. Sept. 1, 2001. (5424)

Sec. 110.002. PROGRAM ESTABLISHED. (5425)(Text)

(a) The Texas Wine Marketing Assistance Program is established in the Department of Agriculture to assist the Texas wine industry in promoting and marketing Texas wines and educating the public about the Texas wine industry. (5426)

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