Certificates of approval for malt beverages, cider or wine
- • special certificates of approval
(1) No licensee of the Oregon Liquor Control Commission shall manufacture, import into, or purchase in the State of Oregon for resale therein any malt beverages, cider or wine unless the manufacturer of such malt beverages, cider or wine has first obtained from the commission a certificate of approval, except that with respect to malt beverages, cider or wine manufactured outside the United States, the certificate of approval may be obtained by the person importing same into the United States. Such certificate of approval shall be granted only to manufacturers or importers who shall have entered into an agreement with the commission to furnish a report to the commission, on or before the 20th day of each month, showing the quantity of malt beverages, cider or wine delivered to each licensee of the commission during the preceding calendar month, and to faithfully comply with all laws of the State of Oregon pertaining to traffic in malt beverages, cider or wine. If any holder of such certificate, or any officer, agent or employee of such holder, shall violate any term or provision of such agreement, or submit any false or fictitious report, the commission may, in its discretion, suspend or revoke such certificate.
(2) The commission may grant special certificates of approval to manufacturers and importers of malt beverages, cider or wine. A special certificate of approval has the effect of a certificate of approval granted under subsection (1) of this section, but is valid only for a period of 30 days. [Formerly 471.289]
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