New York Alcoholic Beverage Control Law
Sec. § 66
License Fees


1.

The annual fee for a distillers license, class A, shall be twelve thousand dollars. 1-a. The annual fee for a distillers license, class A-1, shall be two hundred fifty dollars.

2.

The annual fee for a distillers license, class B, shall be eight thousand dollars. 2-a. The annual fee for a distillers license, class C, shall be one hundred twenty-eight dollars. 2-b. The annual fee for a distillers license, class B-1, shall be three hundred twenty dollars. 2-c. The annual fee for distillers license, class D, shall be one hundred twenty-eight dollars.

3.

The annual fee for a license to sell liquor at wholesale shall be sixty-four hundred dollars. 3-a. The annual fee for an importers license shall be one hundred twenty-five dollars.

4.

The annual fee for a license, under section sixty-four or sixty-four-a, to sell liquor at retail to be consumed on the premises where sold shall be twenty-one hundred seventy-six dollars in the counties of New York, Kings, Bronx and Queens; fifteen hundred thirty-six dollars in the county of Richmond and in cities having a population of more than one hundred thousand and less than one million; twelve hundred sixteen dollars in cities having a population of more than fifty thousand and less than one hundred thousand; and the sum of eight hundred ninety-six dollars elsewhere; except that the license fees for catering establishments shall be two-thirds the license fee specified herein and for clubs, except luncheon clubs and golf clubs, shall be seven hundred fifty dollars in counties of New York, Kings, Bronx and Queens; five hundred dollars in the county of Richmond and in cities having a population of more than one hundred thousand and less than one million; three hundred fifty dollars in cities having a population of more than fifty thousand and less than one hundred thousand; and the sum of two hundred fifty dollars elsewhere. The annual fees for luncheon clubs shall be three hundred seventy-five dollars, and for golf clubs in the counties of New York, Kings, Bronx, Queens, Nassau, Richmond and Westchester, two hundred fifty dollars, and elsewhere one hundred eighty-seven dollars and fifty cents. Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, there shall be no annual fee for a license, under section sixty-four, to sell liquor at retail to be consumed on the premises where the applicant is an organization organized under section two hundred sixty of the military law and incorporated pursuant to the not-for-profit corporation law. Provided, however, that where any premises for which a license is issued pursuant to section sixty-four or sixty-four-a of this article 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 may, in its discretion, grant a summer or winter license effective only for such appropriate period of time, for which a license fee shall be paid to be pro-rated for the period for which such license is effective, at the rate provided for in the city, town or village in which such premises are located, except that no such license fee shall be less than one-half of the regular annual license fee; provided further that where the premises to be licensed are a race track or a golf course or are licensed pursuant to section sixty-four or sixty-four-a of this chapter, the period of such summer license may commence March first and end November thirtieth. Where a hotel, restaurant, club, golf course or race track is open prior to April first and/or subsequent to October thirty-first by reason of the issuance of a caterers permit or permits issued by the authority, such fact alone shall not affect the eligibility of the premises or the person owning or operating such hotel, restaurant, club, golf course or race track for a summer license.

5.

The annual fee for a license to sell liquor at retail not to be consumed on the premises where sold shall be thirteen hundred sixty-six dollars in the counties of New York, Kings, Bronx and Queens; eight hundred fifty-four dollars in the county of Richmond and in cities having a population of more than one hundred thousand and less than one million; and elsewhere the sum of five hundred twelve dollars.

6.

The annual fee for a license to sell liquor upon any railroad car to be consumed on such car or any car connected therewith shall be one hundred ninety-two dollars for each railroad car licensed.

7.

The annual fee for a license to sell liquor upon any vessel in this state to be consumed upon such vessel shall be sixteen hundred dollars for each vessel licensed, provided, however, that where a vessel is operated only within the period commencing April first and ending October thirty-first of any one year, the liquor authority may, in its discretion, grant for such vessel a summer license effective only for such period of time, for which a license fee of four hundred forty-eight dollars shall be paid.

8.

The annual fee for a license to sell liquor upon an aircraft being operated on regularly scheduled flights by a United States certificated airline in this state shall be nineteen hundred twenty dollars per annum for an airline company operating up to and including twenty such aircraft and twenty-five hundred sixty dollars for such an airline operating more than twenty such aircraft.

9.

The annual fee for a license for a bottle club shall be the same as the annual fee for a special license to sell liquor at retail to be consumed on the premises, as set forth in subdivision four of this section.

10.

Notwithstanding any provision to the contrary, the annual fee for a license for an establishment defined as an owner-occupied residence providing at least three but no more than five rooms for temporary transient lodgers with sleeping accommodations and a meal in the forenoon of the day, known as a "bed and breakfast dwelling" as authorized by subdivision five-a of section sixty-four of this article, shall be two hundred dollars plus fifteen dollars per each available bedroom.
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