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3-7-111. Additional Taxes.

(a) (1) In addition to all other fees and taxes now imposed by law, there are levied and shall be collected the following additional fees and taxes:

(A) An additional tax of five cents (5cent(s)) per case on each case of native wine produced and sold in this state, including light wines, wine coolers, and any other mixture containing the fermented juices of grapes, berries, fruits, or vegetables regardless of the percentage of alcoholic content, the tax to be paid by the manufacturer of the wine;

(B) A consumer enforcement tax of twenty-five cents (25cent(s)) per thirty-two-gallon barrel of beer that may be passed on by the retailer to the consumer or may be absorbed by the retailer, the tax to be collected by the beer wholesalers acting as agent for the state;

(C) In addition to the fee imposed for the privilege of operating a dispensary under § 3-4-604, an additional fee of four hundred fifty dollars ($450) for the issuance of each permit; and

(D) In addition to the permit fee now imposed under § 3-4-605 for the privilege of storing, transporting, and selling at wholesale spirituous, vinous, or malt liquors, an additional tax of nine thousand three hundred dollars ($9,300).

(2) All additional permit fees and taxes imposed under subdivisions (a)(1)(B)-(D) of this section shall be levied and collected in the same manner as now provided by law.

(3) The tax imposed by subdivision (a)(1)(A) of this section shall be reported monthly by the manufacturer on all sales made in the State of Arkansas to Arkansas wholesalers, retailers, or consumers, and the manufacturer shall remit the tax with each report.

(4) All additional permit fees and taxes levied by subdivisions (a)(1)(A)-(D) of this section shall be deposited into the State Treasury as general revenues and credited to the State Apportionment Fund. These amounts shall be allocated and transferred to the various funds, fund accounts, and accounts participating in general revenues in the respective proportions to each as provided by law and shall be used for the respective purposes set forth in the Revenue Stabilization Law, § 19-5-101 et seq.

(b) (1) There are levied and there shall be collected as provided by law and regulation:

(A) A tax at the rate of twenty cents (20cent(s)) per case on liquor, cordials, liqueurs, premixed spirituous liquors, and specialties having an alcoholic content of twenty-one percent (21%) or more by weight;

(B) A tax at the rate of five cents (5cent(s)) per case on liquor, cordials, liqueurs, premixed spirituous liquors, light spirituous liquors, and specialties having an alcoholic content of less than twenty-one percent (21%) alcohol by weight; and

(C) A tax at the rate of five cents (5cent(s)) per case on sparkling and still wines, including light wines, regardless of alcoholic content.

(2) These taxes shall be paid by the wholesaler and shall not be passed on by the wholesaler to the retailer or the public. These taxes shall be paid on all such merchandise sold or offered for sale in the State of Arkansas and shall be in addition to any and all other taxes heretofore or hereafter levied and collected on that merchandise.

(3) All taxes, penalties, fines, and costs received by the Director of the Department of Finance and Administration under the provisions of this subsection shall be deposited into the State Treasury as general revenues to the credit of the State Apportionment Fund. There those amounts shall be allocated to the various funds, fund accounts, and accounts participating in general revenues in the respective proportions to each as provided by law and shall be used for the respective purposes set forth in the Revenue Stabilization Law, § 19-5-101 et seq.

(4) Any person who violates any of the provisions of this subsection shall be guilty of a violation and upon conviction shall be fined not less than one hundred dollars ($100) nor more than five hundred dollars ($500).

History

Acts 1949, No. 282, §§ 13, 15; 1949, No. 282, § 14, as added by 1953, No. 118, § 36(B), as added by 1971, No. 585, § 12; 1953, No. 385, § 1; 1969, No. 271, § 1; 1969, No. 271, § 2, as added by 1953, No. 118, § 36(C), as added by 1971, No. 585, § 12; A.S.A. 1947, §§ 48-418, 48-419, 48-1213 -- 48-1215; Acts 1987, No. 424, §§ 7, 8; 2005, No. 1994, § 33; 2009, No. 294, § 19.

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Asa Hutchinson
Asa Hutchinson
January 13, 2015 -
Republican
501-682-5080
425 W Capitol Ave. Suite 1620, Little Rock, AR, 72201

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