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Texas Laws | Alcoholic Beverage Code

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CODE

TITLE 2. ADMINISTRATION OF CODE

CHAPTER 5. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE COMMISSION

SUBCHAPTER B. POWERS AND DUTIES

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Sec. 5.321. ELECTRONIC SIGNATURES.

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Sec. 5.33. REGULATE LICENSEES AND PERMITTEES.

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Sec. 5.331. PUBLIC DISTURBANCE REPORTS.

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Sec. 5.34. DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY.

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Sec. 5.35. ISSUANCE OF PERMITS AND LICENSES.

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Sec. 5.36. INVESTIGATION OF VIOLATIONS.

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Sec. 5.361. ENFORCEMENT.

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Sec. 5.362. SCHEDULE OF SANCTIONS.

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Sec. 5.37. COLLECTION OF TAXES AT SOURCE.

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Sec. 5.371. PROCEEDS FROM CONTRABAND.

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Sec. 5.38. QUALITY AND PURITY OF BEVERAGES.

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Sec. 5.39. REGULATION OF LIQUOR CONTAINERS.

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Sec. 5.40. REGULATION OF BEER CONTAINER DEPOSITS.

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Sec. 5.41. ALCOHOL USED FOR SCIENTIFIC PURPOSES, ETC.

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Sec. 5.42. PENALTY FOR VIOLATION OF RULE.

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Sec. 5.43. WHO MAY HOLD HEARING; RULES OF EVIDENCE.

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Sec. 5.435. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN LICENSING OR PERMITTING HEARINGS.

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Sec. 5.44. SUBPOENA OF WITNESSES; WITNESS FEES; CONTEMPT.

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Sec. 5.441. FEES AND EXPENSES PAID MEMBERS OR EMPLOYEES OF COMMISSION.

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Sec. 5.45. PROOF OF DOCUMENT.

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Sec. 5.46. SECURITY FOR COSTS.

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Sec. 5.47. RECORDS OF VIOLATIONS.

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Sec. 5.48. PRIVATE RECORDS.

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Sec. 5.49. PRINTED COPIES OF CODE AND RULES.

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Sec. 5.50. ESTABLISHMENT OF CERTAIN FEES.

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Sec. 5.51. BOOKKEEPING RECORDS.

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Sec. 5.52. PROGRAM ACCESSIBILITY PLAN.

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Sec. 5.53. PUBLIC INTEREST INFORMATION AND COMPLAINTS.

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Sec. 5.54. RESOLUTION OF COMPLAINTS.

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Sec. 5.55. ELECTRONIC PROCESSING OF LICENSES, PERMITS, AND CERTIFICATES.

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Sec. 5.56. FUNDING OF TEXAS WINE MARKETING ASSISTANCE PROGRAM.

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Sec. 5.57. MARKETING PRACTICES REGULATORY DECISIONS.

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Sec. 5.58. INTERNAL AFFAIRS.

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Sec. 5.59. USE OF TECHNOLOGY.

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Sec. 5.60. ALTERNATIVE RULEMAKING AND DISPUTE RESOLUTION PROCEDURES.

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Sec. 5.61. REPORT TO LEGISLATURE ON CERTAIN ENFORCEMENT EFFORTS.

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