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H*4291 (Rat #0625, Act #0495 of 1992) General Bill, By Young-Brickell, Bailey, B.O. Baker, H. Brown, Cato, Cooper, Fair, J.G. Felder, R.C. Fulmer, L.E. Gentry, S.E. Gonzales, H.M. Hallman, Haskins, Kirsh, J. Rama, Meacham, Vaughn, D.C. Waldrop, C.C. Wells, L.S. Whipper, S.S. Wofford and R.M. Young
    A Bill to amend Section 61-3-490, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, relating to notice of intention to apply for an alcoholic liquor license, Section 61-5-50, relating to the granting of a license, and Section 61-9-320, relating to the qualifications for a beer or wine permit, so as to revise the notice requirements for licenses and permits to make them consistent and provide for publication of notice in a local newspaper published in the area, and, for Section 61-9-320, include partners and co-shareholders of the applicant in the requirements; to amend Section 61-3-1000, relating to structural and other requirements for retail alcoholic liquor stores or places of business, so as to require not more than two means of public ingress or egress on the front or same side of the building, except doors may be located at the corner of two adjacent sides, delete the requirements for an additional delivery or emergency door and for storage areas and toilet facilities, delete the requirements for a metal sign and for the location of the sign, and authorize an additional sign to be attached to the store, signs in shopping center directories, a sign of the licensed premises, and designed parking signs; to amend Section 61-3-1010, relating to the display of stock and prices in retail alcoholic liquor stores, so as to authorize signs within a store or place of business with the price and bottle size in letters of any size if not visible from outside; to amend Section 61-3-1020, as amended, relating to the prohibition on the conduct of other business in retail retail alcoholic liquor stores, so as to authorize the sale of drinking glassware if packaged with alcoholic liquors by the wholesaler or manufacturer in packaging provided by the producer and the sale of nonalcoholic beverages, other than beer or wine, packaged with alcoholic liquors in sealed packages which are packaged by the alcoholic liquor producer at its place of business; and to amend the 1976 Code by adding Section 61-7-305 so as to prohibit wholesale or retail dealers from redeeming proof-of-purchase certificates for promotional items and authorize producers to redeem by mail certificates for nonalcoholic promotional items.-amended title
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01/29/92House Introduced and read first time HJ-7
01/29/92House Referred to Committee on Labor, Commerce and Industry HJ-8
02/26/92House Committee report: Favorable with amendment Labor, Commerce and Industry HJ-16
02/27/92House Amended HJ-26
02/27/92House Read second time HJ-29
02/27/92House Unanimous consent for third reading on next legislative day HJ-29
02/28/92House Read third time and sent to Senate HJ-2
03/03/92Senate Introduced and read first time SJ-8
03/03/92Senate Referred to Committee on Judiciary SJ-8
04/01/92Senate Committee report: Favorable Judiciary SJ-10
05/20/92Senate Amended SJ-39
05/20/92Senate Read second time SJ-41
05/20/92Senate Ordered to third reading with notice of amendments SJ-41
05/27/92Senate Amended SJ-87
05/28/92Senate Amended SJ-20
05/28/92Senate Read third time and returned to House with amendments SJ-20
06/03/92House Senate amendment amended HJ-109
06/03/92House Returned to Senate with amendments HJ-112
06/04/92Senate Non-concurrence in House amendment SJ-126
06/04/92House Recedes from amendments HJ-40
06/04/92Senate Ordered enrolled for ratification SJ-157
06/04/92 Ratified R 625
06/30/92 Signed By Governor
06/30/92 Effective date 06/30/92
06/30/92 Act No. 495
07/14/92 Copies available

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