2013 New York Consolidated Laws
ABC - Alcoholic Beverage Control
Article 4 - (50 - 57-A) SPECIAL PROVISIONS RELATING TO BEER
56 - License fees.


NY Alcoh Bev Ctrl L § 56 (2012) What's This?
 
    § 56. License  fees.  1.  The  annual fee for a license to manufacture
  beer shall be:
    (a) four thousand dollars for a brewer's license,  unless  the  annual
  production  of  the brewer is less than sixty thousand barrels per year,
  in which case the annual fee shall be three hundred twenty dollars;
    (b) three hundred twenty dollars for a farm brewery license.
    2. The annual fee for a  wholesaler's  beer  license  shall  be  eight
  hundred dollars.
    3.  The  annual  fee  for  a  vendor's  license  shall  be one hundred
  forty-four dollars.
    4. The annual fee for a license to sell  beer  at  retail  not  to  be
  consumed  on  the  premises where sold shall be one hundred ten dollars.
  Where, however, the applicant is the holder of two  such  licenses,  the
  annual  fee  for  each  additional  license  thereafter  issued  to such
  licensee shall be double the amount hereinabove set forth.
    5. The annual fee for a license to sell beer at retail to be  consumed
  on  the  premises  where  sold  shall be three hundred twenty dollars in
  cities having a population of one hundred  thousand  or  over,  and  one
  hundred  sixty  dollars  elsewhere;  provided,  however,  that where the
  premises to be licensed remain open only within  the  period  commencing
  April  first  and  ending  October  thirty-first of any one year or only
  within the period commencing October  first  and  ending  the  following
  April  thirtieth,  the  liquor authority, in its discretion, may grant a
  summer or winter license effective only for such appropriate  period  of
  time, for which an annual fee of one hundred sixty dollars shall be paid
  where  the  premises  are  located  in cities having a population of one
  hundred thousand or over, and eighty dollars  where  such  premises  are
  located elsewhere.
    6.  The  annual  fee  for  selling  beer  upon  any railroad car to be
  consumed on such car or any car connected therewith shall be  ninety-six
  dollars for each railroad car licensed.
    7.  The  annual  fee  for  selling beer upon any vessel in this state,
  other than one regularly and exclusively  engaged  in  the  business  of
  carrying  passengers  for  hire,  by  charter  or otherwise, for fishing
  purposes, to be consumed on such vessel,  shall  be  one  hundred  sixty
  dollars for each vessel licensed. The annual fee for selling beer upon a
  vessel  regularly  and  exclusively  engaged in the business of carrying
  passengers for hire, by charter or otherwise, for fishing  purposes,  to
  be  consumed  on  such  vessel,  shall  be forty dollars for each vessel
  licensed. The annual fee for selling beer  for  off-premise  consumption
  upon  a  vessel  regularly  and  exclusively engaged, as a duly licensed
  supply ship, in furnishing supplies to other vessels,  shall  be  eighty
  dollars.
    8. The annual fee for selling beer at any baseball park, race track or
  outdoor  athletic  field or stadium, to be consumed in any such baseball
  park, race track, or outdoor athletic field or  stadium,  shall  be  one
  hundred ninety-two dollars.
    9.  The  annual  fee  for  a license to sell beer and wine products at
  retail not to be consumed on  the  premises  where  sold  shall  be  one
  hundred ninety-eight dollars.
    10.  The  annual  fee  for a license to sell beer and wine products at
  retail not to be consumed on the premises where sold, when the applicant
  is the holder of two such licenses, the annual fee for  each  additional
  license  thereafter  issued  to  such  licensee  shall  be three hundred
  fifty-two dollars.

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