New York Alcoholic Beverage Control Law
Sec. § 96-A
Bottling Permit


1.

No liquor or wine may be bottled in this state except by the manufacturer thereof or as hereinafter provided.

2.

The liquor authority is hereby authorized to issue a bottling permit to a wholesale wine or liquor licensee to bottle, recask, filter or clarify wine or liquor, respectively, imported in bulk from a foreign country, on the premises of a United States customs bonded warehouse for which a warehouse permit has been issued under this chapter or in a foreign trade zone established pursuant to federal law. Such permit and the exercise of the privileges granted thereunder shall be subject to the laws of the United States and the rules of the federal agency having jurisdiction thereunder, and such other rules as the state liquor authority deems necessary.

3.

The liquor authority is hereby authorized to issue a bottling permit to a person to bottle, on the premises designated in the permit or in a United States customs bonded warehouse for which a warehouse permit has been issued under this chapter, liquor manufactured outside of the state of New York or wine produced in a foreign country and received in this state in bulk. Such bottling may be performed for or on behalf of wholesale liquor or wine licensees or for persons authorized to sell liquor or wine at wholesale pursuant to the laws and regulations of any other state, territorial possession of the United States or foreign country. Such permit shall also authorize the holder thereof to rebottle or recondition liquors and wines manufactured outside of the state of New York and received in this state, for or on behalf of wholesale liquor or wine licensees, or for persons authorized to sell liquor or wine at wholesale pursuant to the laws and regulations of any other state, territorial possession of the United States or foreign country. Such permit and the exercise of the privileges granted thereunder shall be subject to the laws of the United States and the rules of the federal agency having jurisdiction thereunder, and such other rules as the state liquor authority deems necessary.

4.

Such permit shall be issued in the form prescribed by the liquor authority and shall be issued for the calendar year and the fee for a permit issued under subdivision two of this section shall be at the rate of four hundred eighty dollars per annum, except that where the application shall be filed after July first in any year the fee shall be two hundred forty dollars for the remainder of such period. The fee for a permit under subdivision three of this section shall be at the rate of sixteen hundred dollars per annum, except that where the application shall be filed after July first in any year the fee shall be eight hundred dollars for the remainder of such period.
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Dec. 13, 2016