Assembly Actions -
Senate Actions - UPPERCASE
|Jun 12, 2012
referred to economic development
delivered to assembly
|May 21, 2012
advanced to third reading
|May 16, 2012
2nd report cal.
|May 15, 2012
1st report cal.774
|Apr 30, 2012
referred to commerce, economic development and small business
Senate Bill S7110
2011-2012 Legislative Session
Archive: Last Bill Status - In Assembly Committee
- In Committee Assembly
- On Floor Calendar Assembly
- Passed Assembly
- Delivered to Governor
- Signed By Governor
2011-S7110 (ACTIVE) - Details
- See Assembly Version of this Bill:
- Current Committee:
- Assembly Economic Development
- Law Section:
- Alcoholic Beverage Control Law
- Laws Affected:
- Amd §64-c, ABC L
2011-S7110 (ACTIVE) - Sponsor Memo
BILL NUMBER:S7110 TITLE OF BILL: An act to amend the alcoholic beverage control law, in relation to a license to manufacture and sell alcoholic beverages in a premises commonly known as a restaurant-brewer PURPOSE: To allow an individual to own both a brewpub and a restaurant. SUMMARY OF PROVISIONS: Section 1 states that a license issued under this section shall be considered a retail license. Section 2 is the effective date. JUSTIFICATION: Since the end of Prohibition, New York State law has generally restricted owners of an alcohol manufacturer license and an alcohol retail license from having an interest in each other (known as the "tied house" restrictions). These restrictions have carried over into the service business, with the result that a person is not able to own both a brew-pub (a manufacturer) and a licensed restaurant (a retail facility).
2011-S7110 (ACTIVE) - Bill Text download pdf
S T A T E O F N E W Y O R K ________________________________________________________________________ 7110 I N S E N A T E April 30, 2012 ___________ Introduced by Sen. GRISANTI -- read twice and ordered printed, and when printed to be committed to the Committee on Commerce, Economic Devel- opment and Small Business AN ACT to amend the alcoholic beverage control law, in relation to a license to manufacture and sell alcoholic beverages in a premises commonly known as a restaurant-brewer THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, REPRESENTED IN SENATE AND ASSEM- BLY, DO ENACT AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Subdivision 10 of section 64-c of the alcoholic beverage control law, as added by chapter 538 of the laws of 1997, is amended to read as follows: 10. A LICENSE ISSUED UNDER THIS SECTION SHALL, FOR PURPOSES OF THIS CHAPTER, BE CONSIDERED A RETAIL LICENSE. Except as provided in subdivi- sions seven, eight, nine, twelve, thirteen, fourteen and sixteen of this section, no person licensed under this section may be interested direct- ly or indirectly in any other premises in this state where alcoholic beverages are manufactured or sold AT WHOLESALE, BY STOCK OWNERSHIP, INTERLOCKING DIRECTORS, MORTGAGE OR LIEN ON ANY PERSONAL OR REAL PROPER- TY OR BY ANY OTHER MEANS. Any person who has an interest in premises eligible for conversion under subdivision nine of this section shall not be issued any license under this section unless and until a conversion application has been filed with and approved by the authority. S 2. This act shall take effect immediately. EXPLANATION--Matter in ITALICS (underscored) is new; matter in brackets [ ] is old law to be omitted. LBD15558-01-2
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