HB1651 Changes laws regarding liquor control.
Sponsor: Hoppe, Thomas (46) Effective Date:00/00/0000
CoSponsor: LR Number: 3841L.02I
Last Action: COMMITTEE: LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND RELATED MATTERS
03/02/2000 - Executive Session Held (H)
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HB1651
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HB 1651 -- Liquor Control

Sponsor:  Hoppe

This bill makes several changes regarding liquor control.  The
bill:

(1)  Allows retailers to accept the operator's license issued by
any state as proof of age for the purchase of alcoholic
beverages.  Under current law, retailers may only accept a
license issued by a state bordering Missouri as proof of age;

(2)  Creates the crime of knowingly manufacturing, selling, or
supplying a false identification.  Persons guilty of this crime
are guilty of a class A misdemeanor;

(3)  Allows the Supervisor of Liquor Control to assess a civil
penalty of not less than $100 or more than $2,500 against any
solicitor licensed to sell liquor in lieu of or in addition to
the suspension or revocation of a liquor license when in
violation of any liquor laws;

(4)  Allows the Supervisor of Liquor Control to assess a civil
penalty of not less than $50 or more than $1,000 against any
retailer with less than 5,000 occupant capacity in lieu of or in
addition to warning, probation, or the suspension or revocation
of a liquor license when in violation of any liquor laws; and

(5)  Allows the Supervisor of Liquor Control to assess a civil
penalty of not less than $50 or more than $5,000 against any
retailer with 5,000 or more occupant capacity in lieu of or in
addition to warning, probation, or the suspension or revocation
of a liquor license when in violation of any liquor laws.


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