Missouri Revised Statutes

Chapter 311
Liquor Control Law

August 28, 2016
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Wholesale-solicitors registration required--primary American source of supply, defined--vintage wine registration.

311.275. 1. For purposes of tax revenue control, beginning January 1, 1980, no holder of a license to solicit orders for the sale of intoxicating liquor, as defined in this chapter, within this state, other than a wholesale-solicitor, shall solicit, accept, or fill any order for any intoxicating liquor from a holder of a wholesaler's license issued under this chapter, unless the holder of such solicitor's license has registered with the division of alcohol and tobacco control as the primary American source of supply for the brand of intoxicating liquor sold or sought to be sold. The supervisor of alcohol and tobacco control shall provide forms for annual registration as the primary American source of supply, and shall prescribe the procedures for such registration.

2. Beginning January 1, 1980, no holder of a wholesaler's license issued under this chapter shall order, purchase or receive any intoxicating liquor from any solicitor, other than a wholesale-solicitor, unless the solicitor has registered with the division of alcohol and tobacco control as the primary American source of supply for the brand of intoxicating liquor ordered, purchased or received.

3. The term "primary American source of supply" as used herein shall mean the distiller, producer, the owner of the commodity at the time it became a marketable product, the bottler, or the exclusive agent of any such distiller, producer, bottler or owner, the basic requirement being that the nonresident seller be the first source closest to the manufacturer in the channel of commerce from whom the product can be secured by American wholesalers.

4. Any vintage wine solicitor licensed under section 311.180 may register as the primary American source of supply for vintage wine with the division of alcohol and tobacco control, provided that another solicitor is not registered as the primary American source of supply for the vintage wine and the vintage wine has been approved for sale by the federal Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau.

(L. 1979 H.B. 701, A.L. 2007 S.B. 299 & S.B. 616)




1991

311.275. 1. For purposes of tax revenue control, beginning January 1, 1980, no holder of a license to solicit orders for the sale of intoxicating liquor, as defined in this chapter, within this state, other than a wholesale-solicitor, shall solicit, accept, or fill any order for any intoxicating liquor from a holder of a wholesaler's license issued under this chapter, unless the holder of such solicitor's license has registered with the division of liquor control as the primary American source of supply for the brand of intoxicating liquor sold or sought to be sold. The supervisor of liquor control shall provide forms for annual registration as the primary American source of supply, and shall prescribe the procedures for such registration.

2. Beginning January 1, 1980, no holder of a wholesaler's license issued under this chapter shall order, purchase or receive any intoxicating liquor from any solicitor, other than a wholesale-solicitor, unless the solicitor has registered with the division of liquor control as the primary American source of supply for the brand of intoxicating liquor ordered, purchased or received.

3. The term "primary American source of supply" as used herein shall mean the distiller, producer, the owner of the commodity at the time it became a marketable product, the bottler, or the exclusive agent of any such distiller, producer, bottler or owner, the basic requirement being that the nonresident seller be the first source closest to the manufacturer in the channel of commerce from whom the product can be secured by American wholesalers.



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