Importing liquor without license prohibited
- • exceptions
- • fee
(1) No alcoholic liquor shall be imported into this state by any person not holding a brewery, winery, distillery or wholesaler’s license, except as follows:
(a) Alcoholic liquor ordered by and en route to the Oregon Liquor Control Commission.
(b) Wines for sacramental purposes according to rules adopted by the commission.
(c) Alcoholic liquor that is in transit on a common carrier to a destination outside Oregon.
(d) Alcoholic liquor coming into Oregon on a common carrier according to orders placed by a licensed brewery, winery or wholesaler.
(e) Imported alcoholic liquor pursuant to a permit issued under subsection (2) of this section.
(f) Wine or cider that is sold and transported by the holder of a wine self-distribution permit to a retail licensee that has the endorsement described in ORS 471.274 (Wine self-distribution permit) (5).
(g) Wine or cider shipped directly to a resident of this state under a direct shipper permit issued pursuant to ORS 471.282 (Direct shipper permit).
(2) The commission may require importers of alcoholic liquor to secure a permit for each importation and may charge a reasonable fee based on quantity and type for the permit. [Formerly 471.335; 2007 c.651 §6; 2007 c.854 §3]
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