2020 Georgia Code
Title 3 - Alcoholic Beverages
- Chapter 1 - General Provisions [3-1-1 through 3-1-5]
- Chapter 2 - State Administration and Enforcement [3-2-1 through 3-2-36]
- Chapter 3 - Regulation of Alcoholic Beverages Generally [3-3-1 through 3-3-46]
- Chapter 4 - Distilled Spirits [3-4-1 through 3-4-180]
- Chapter 5 - Malt Beverages [3-5-1 through 3-5-90]
- Chapter 6 - Wine [3-6-1 through 3-6-71]
- Chapter 7 - Sale of Distilled Spirits by Private Clubs [3-7-1 through 3-7-61]
- Chapter 8 - Sale of Alcoholic Beverages at Publicly Owned Facilities [3-8-1 through 3-8-6]
- Chapter 9 - Sale of Alcoholic Beverages by Passenger Carriers, Nonprofit Organizations, and Hotels and Motels [3-9-1 through 3-9-13]
- Chapter 10 - Sale or Possession of Distilled Spirits in Dry Counties and Municipalities [3-10-1 through 3-10-15]
- Chapter 11 - Sales Off Premises for Catered Functions [3-11-1 through 3-11-5]
- Chapter 12 - Residential Community Development Districts [3-12-1 through 3-12-3]
- Chapter 13 - Sale of Alcoholic Beverages by Regional Economic Assistance Project [3-13-1 through 3-13-4]
- Chapter 14 - Special Event Use Permits [3-14-1]
- Chapter 15 - Tasting Events [3-15-1 through 3-15-4]
- Hospitalization, treatment, and care of alcoholics, T. 37, C. 7.
Criminal penalty for suspension of driver's license for driving under influence of alcohol, §§ 40-5-54,40-6-391.Law reviews.
- For note discussing the twenty-first amendment's limitation on state's power to regulate alcoholic beverages, in light of United States v. State Tax Comm'n, 412 U.S. 363, 93 S. Ct. 2183, 37 L. Ed. 2d 1 (1973), see 10 Ga. St. B. J. 336 (1973).JUDICIAL DECISIONS
Ga. L. 1937-38, Ex. Sess. p. 103 was both a law with a local option feature and a general law relating to both dry and wet counties. Bienert v. State, 82 Ga. App. 179, 60 S.E.2d 575 (1950) (decided under former Ga. L. 1937-38, Ex. Sess. p. 103).
Regulations pertaining to sale of alcohol are entitled to special deference when challenged in court. The broad sweep of the Twenty-First Amendment has been recognized as conferring something more than normal state authority over public health, welfare, and morals. Trustees of Mtg. Trust of Am. v. Holland, 554 F.2d 237 (5th Cir. 1977) (decided under former Ga. L. 1937-38, Ex. Sess. p. 103).
- Federal constitutional or legislative provisions as to intoxication liquors as affecting state legislation, 10 A.L.R. 1587; 11 A.L.R. 1320; 26 A.L.R. 661; 70 A.L.R. 132.
Power of legislature in aid of enforcement of prohibition against manufacture and sale of intoxicating liquor to prohibit manufacture, sale, or possession of nonintoxicating liquor, 88 A.L.R. 1094.
Entrapment to commit offense against laws regulating sales of liquor, 55 A.L.R.2d 1322.
Right to recover under civil damage or dramshop act for death of intoxicated person, 64 A.L.R.2d 705.
What constitutes injury to means of support within civil damage or dramshop act, 4 A.L.R.3d 1332.
Liability, under dramshop acts, of one who sells or furnishes liquor otherwise than in operation of regularly established liquor business, 8 A.L.R.3d 1412.
Security interests in liquor licenses, 56 A.L.R.4th 1131.
Zoning regulation of intoxicating liquor as pre-empted by state law, 65 A.L.R.4th 555.