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House Bill 1385

ARCHIVE (2000)

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DIGEST OF HB1385 (Updated February 7, 2000 10:29 PM - DI 84)

Responsible retail permittee program. Provides that the Indiana alcoholic beverage commission may establish a responsible retail permittee program or may approve a responsible retail permittee program. Provides for the voluntary certification of a retail permittee as well as training courses for bartenders, waiters, waitresses, and clerks employed by a liquor, beer, or wine dealer. Specifies the subject areas to be covered by the employee training courses. Specifies what requirements must be met for a retail permittee to be certified in the program. Establishes the responsible retail permittee fund. Specifies that money in the fund may be used to compensate excise officers. Provides that under certain circumstances the actions of a retail permittee's employee with regard to the illegal sale or service of an alcoholic beverage by the employee to an underage or intoxicated person shall not be attributable to the retail permittee. Requires the Indiana alcoholic beverage commission to consider a retail permittee's certification in the program in mitigation of administrative penalties or fines for an employee's illegal sale or service of an alcoholic beverage to an underage or intoxicated person. Increases the employee permit fee from $20 to $30. Requires $10 of each employee permit fee collected from employees participating in the program to be deposited the responsible retail permittee fund. Provides that the commission shall charge a fee of $10 for an employee who is in a training program taught by an enforcement officer training unit and who does not have an employee permit.
Current Status:
 In Committee - 2nd House
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