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125.54(1) (1)Authorized activities. The department shall issue wholesalers' permits authorizing the permittee to sell intoxicating liquor at wholesale from the premises described in the permit. Except as provided under s. 125.69 (1) (b) 3., the permittee may not sell intoxicating liquor for consumption on the premises. If a wholesale permit is issued to a brewery that holds a "Class B" license, the permit shall authorize the wholesale sale of wine only. Possession of a permit under this section does not authorize the permittee to sell tax-free intoxicating liquor and wine brought into this state under s. 139.03 (5).
125.54(2) (2)Persons eligible. Except as provided under s. 125.69, a wholesaler's permit may be issued to any person who holds a valid certificate issued under s. 73.03 (50) and who is qualified under s. 125.04 (5), except a foreign corporation, a foreign limited liability company or a person acting as an agent for or in the employ of another. Notwithstanding s. 125.04 (5) (a) 5., a person is not required to complete a responsible beverage server training course to be eligible for a permit under this section.
125.54(5) (5)Sales area. No wholesaler may sell any intoxicating liquor before filing with the department a written statement that the permittee is a distributor of a particular brand in this state, or an area of this state, and that the sales of that brand by the permittee and anyone purchasing from the permittee will be limited to the area specified. The permittee shall notify the department of any change in the area within 7 days of the effective date of the change.
125.54(6) (6)Multiple permits. Not more than 2 wholesalers' permits may be issued to any one person. In each application for a wholesaler's permit, the applicant shall state that application has not been made for more than one other wholesaler's permit.
125.54 Cross-reference Cross Reference: See also s. Tax 8.22, Wis. adm. code.
125.54 Annotation Section 176.05 (1a) (b) [now s. 125.54 (5)] does not prohibit a wholesaler from selling to a retailer located outside an area described in an area statement provided that the sale takes place within that area. 70 Atty. Gen. 258.
125.55 125.55 Combination permits.
125.55(1)(1) The department may issue the following combination permits:
125.55(1)(a) (a) A combination manufacturer's and rectifier's permit.
125.55(1)(b) (b) A combination rectifier's and wholesaler's permit.
125.55(2) (2) A combination manufacturer's and wholesaler's permit may not be issued.
125.55 History History: 1981 c. 79; 1995 a. 27.
125.56 125.56 Sacramental wine.
125.56(1)(1)Authorization to sell. Any person holding a permit under s. 125.52 (1), 125.53 or 125.54 may sell sacramental wine directly to persons holding permits under sub. (2).
125.56(2) (2)Sacramental wine permit.
125.56(2)(a)(a) The department shall issue sacramental wine permits to organized religious bodies authorizing them to purchase for their own use sacramental wine from any permittee under s. 125.52 (1), 125.53 or 125.54. A permit under this subsection does not authorize the resale of sacramental wine by the permittee.
125.56(2)(b) (b) No sacramental wine permit may be issued to a person acting as an agent for or in the employ of another.
125.56(2)(c) (c) Shipments of sacramental wine shall be conspicuously labeled "for sacramental purposes" and shall meet any other requirements the department prescribes by rule.
125.56(2)(d) (d) A sacramental wine permit shall be issued free of charge by the department and is not subject to s. 125.04 (11) (a).
125.56 History History: 1981 c. 79; 1983 a. 516 s. 8.
125.58 125.58 Out-of-state shippers' permit; exception to requirement.
125.58(1)(1) The department shall issue out-of-state shippers' permits which authorize persons located outside this state to sell or ship intoxicating liquor into this state. Except as provided under sub. (4), intoxicating liquor may be shipped into this state only to a person holding a manufacturer's, rectifier's, wholesaler's, industrial alcohol or medicinal alcohol permit. Except as provided under sub. (4), a separate out-of-state shipper's permit is required for each location from which any intoxicating liquor is sold or shipped into this state, including the location from which the invoices are issued for the sales or shipments. Any person holding an out-of-state shipper's permit issued under this section may solicit orders for sales or shipments by the permittee without obtaining the sales solicitation permit required by s. 125.65, but every agent, salesperson or other representative who solicits orders for sales or shipments by an out-of-state shipper shall first obtain a permit for soliciting orders under s. 125.65. No holder of an out-of-state shipper's permit issued under this section may sell intoxicating liquor in this state or ship intoxicating liquor into this state unless the out-of-state shipper is the primary source of supply for that intoxicating liquor.
125.58(2) (2) Out-of-state shippers' permits may be issued only to a person who holds a valid certificate issued under s. 73.03 (50), but may not be issued to a person acting as an agent for or in the employ of another. Notwithstanding s. 125.04 (5) (a), natural persons obtaining out-of-state shippers' permits are not required to be residents of this state. Notwithstanding s. 125.04 (5) (a) 5., a person is not required to complete a responsible beverage server training course to be eligible for a permit under this section. Notwithstanding s. 125.04 (6), corporations or limited liability companies obtaining out-of-state shippers' permits are not required to appoint agents.
125.58(4) (4)
125.58(4)(a)(a) A winery located outside of this state may ship wine into this state as provided under s. 125.68 (10) (bm) if all of the following apply:
125.58(4)(a)1. 1. The winery is located in a state that has a reciprocal agreement with this state under s. 139.035.
125.58(4)(a)2. 2. The winery holds a valid business tax registration certificate issued under s. 73.03 (50). Notwithstanding s. 73.03 (50), the department shall charge an annual fee of $10 for this registration.
125.58(4)(a)3. 3. The winery submits to the department, with any initial application or renewal for a certificate under s. 73.03 (50), a copy of any current license, permit, or authorization issued to the winery by any state from which the winery will ship wine into this state.
125.58(4)(a)4. 4. The winery submits a report to the department, by January 31 of each year, on forms furnished by the department, providing the identity, quantity, and price of all products shipped into this state during the previous calendar year, along with the name, address, and birthdate of each person who purchased these products and each person to whom these products were shipped. The department shall keep confidential, in the same manner required for tax returns under s. 71.78 (1), (4), and (5) to (8), reports submitted under this subdivision.
125.58(4)(b) (b) An out-of-state shipper's permit is not required for shipments into this state under this subsection.
125.58 Cross-reference Cross Reference: See also ss. Tax 8.24, 8.35 and 8.61, Wis. adm. code.
125.60 125.60 Wholesale alcohol permit.
125.60(1) (1) The department may issue a wholesale alcohol permit which authorizes the permittee to sell ethyl alcohol of 190 proof or more to persons holding permits or licenses issued under s. 125.61 or 125.62. Nothing in this section requires manufacturers, rectifiers and wholesalers holding permits issued under s. 125.52 (1) or 125.54 to obtain a wholesale alcohol permit.
125.60(2) (2) Wholesale alcohol permits may be issued to any person who holds a valid certificate issued under s. 73.03 (50) and who is qualified under s. 125.04 (5), except a person acting as an agent for or in the employ of another. Notwithstanding s. 125.04 (5) (a) 5., a person is not required to complete a responsible beverage server training course to be qualified for a permit under this section.
125.60(3) (3) Holders of wholesale alcohol permits who do not hold permits issued under s. 125.52 (1) or 125.54 are exempt from s. 125.65 as it relates to special permits for agents or representatives of wholesale alcohol permit holders.
125.60(4) (4) Holders of wholesale alcohol permits under this section who do not hold permits issued under s. 125.52 (1) or 125.54 may sell or deal in ethyl alcohol, except that no alcohol may be sold for consumption on the premises of the permittee.
125.60 History History: 1981 c. 79; 1989 a. 253; 1993 a. 259; 1995 a. 27.
125.61 125.61 Medicinal alcohol permit.
125.61(1) (1) The department may issue a medicinal alcohol permit which authorizes the permittee to purchase and use alcohol for medicinal purposes only. The permit may be issued only to persons who prove to the department that they use alcohol for medicinal purposes.
125.61(2) (2) Medicinal alcohol permits may be issued to any person qualified under s. 125.04 (5), except a person acting as an agent for or in the employ of another. Notwithstanding s. 125.04 (5) (a) 5., a person is not required to complete a responsible beverage server training course to be qualified for a permit under this section.
125.61(3) (3) Shipments of medicinal alcohol shall be conspicuously labeled "for medicinal purposes" and shall meet other requirements which the department prescribes by rule.
125.61(4) (4) A medicinal permit shall be issued free of charge by the department and is not subject to s. 125.04 (11) (a).
125.61 History History: 1981 c. 79; 1983 a. 516 s. 8; 1993 a. 259.
125.62 125.62 Industrial alcohol permit.
125.62(1) (1) The department may issue an industrial alcohol permit which authorizes the permittee to purchase and use alcohol for industrial purposes only. Such permits may be issued only to persons who prove to the department that they use alcohol for industrial purposes.
125.62(2) (2) Industrial alcohol permits may be issued to any person who holds a valid certificate issued under s. 73.03 (50) and who is qualified under s. 125.04 (5), except a person acting as agent for or in the employ of another. Notwithstanding s. 125.04 (5) (a) 5., a person is not required to complete a responsible beverage server training course to be qualified for a permit under this section.
125.62(3) (3) Shipments of industrial alcohol shall be conspicuously labeled "for industrial purposes" and shall meet other requirements which the department prescribes by rule.
125.62 History History: 1981 c. 79; 1989 a. 253; 1993 a. 259; 1995 a. 27.
125.63 125.63 Industrial wine permit.
125.63(1) (1) The department may issue an industrial wine permit which authorizes the purchase and use of wine for industrial purposes only. An industrial wine permit may be issued only to persons who prove to the department that they use wine for industrial purposes.
125.63(2) (2) Industrial wine permits may be issued to any person who holds a valid certificate issued under s. 73.03 (50) and who is qualified under s. 125.04 (5), except a person acting as an agent for or in the employ of another. Notwithstanding s. 125.04 (5) (a) 5., a person is not required to complete a responsible beverage server training course to be qualified for a permit under this section.
125.63(3) (3) Shipments of industrial wine shall be conspicuously labeled "for industrial purposes" and shall meet other requirements which the department prescribes by rule.
125.63 History History: 1981 c. 79; 1989 a. 253; 1993 a. 259; 1995 a. 27.
125.65 125.65 Permit to solicit for future sales.
125.65(1) (1) The department may issue a permit for wholesale sales for future delivery which authorizes the permittee to solicit orders, and to engage in the sale, of intoxicating liquor for delivery at a future date. A person holding a permit under this section may give a sample of a brand of intoxicating liquor to a "Class A" licensee who has not previously purchased that brand from the permittee.
125.65(2) (2) Permits for wholesale sale for future delivery may be issued to any person who holds a valid certificate issued under s. 73.03 (50), who is qualified under s. 125.04 (5) (a) 1. and (b) and who is at least 18 years of age.
125.65(3) (3) Both natural persons engaged in actual solicitation of orders or sales and their employers shall obtain permits under this section.
125.65(4) (4) The department shall require the following information in applications for permits under this section:
125.65(4)(a) (a) The type of permit desired.
125.65(4)(b) (b) The name and address of the applicant; if the applicant is a partnership, limited liability company or association, the name and address of each member thereof; or if the applicant is a corporation, the name and address of each of its officers.
125.65(4)(c) (c) The places where the business is to be conducted.
125.65(4)(d) (d) For the period of at least 3 years immediately preceding the date of application, the business or occupation, if any, engaged in by the applicant; if a partnership, limited liability company or association, by each member thereof; or if a corporation, by each officer.
125.65(4)(e) (e) Any other information required by the department.
125.65(6) (6) Employers shall furnish the department with the names of all employees engaged in activities requiring a permit under this section and shall notify the department whenever an employee begins or terminates employment. Upon leaving employment, an employee shall submit his or her permit to the department for cancellation.
125.65(7) (7) Every person holding a permit under this section shall exhibit it upon request to any prospective purchaser.
125.65(8) (8) Nonresident persons holding permits under this section may solicit sales from retailers in this state only if the orders are solicited for, and will be filled by, persons holding permits under s. 125.52 or 125.54.
125.65(9) (9) Any person who violates this section shall be fined not less than $100 nor more than $500 or imprisoned for not less than 30 days nor more than 6 months or both. Conviction for a violation of this section shall result in automatic revocation of any permit issued under this section. If a permit issued under this section is so revoked, another permit may not be issued to the same person for a period of 2 years following revocation.
125.65 Cross-reference Cross Reference: See also ss. Tax 8.12 and 8.76, Wis. adm. code.
125.66 125.66 Sale without license; failure to obtain permit; penalties.
125.66(1)(1) No person may sell, or possess with intent to sell, intoxicating liquor unless that person holds the appropriate license or permit. Whoever violates this subsection may be fined not more than $10,000 or imprisoned for not more than 9 months or both.
125.66(2) (2) The issuance of any current permit or special tax stamp of the federal government to any person, authorizing or permitting the person to sell intoxicating liquor, shall be prima facie evidence in any prosecution for violation of this section that the person was engaged in selling intoxicating liquor.
125.66(3) (3) Any person manufacturing or rectifying intoxicating liquor without holding appropriate permits under this chapter, or any person who sells such liquor, is guilty of a Class F felony.
125.66(4) (4) Notwithstanding sub. (1) and s. 125.04 (1), a "Class A" licensee who sells intoxicating liquor to a "Class B" licensee for resale may be fined not more than $100.
125.66 Annotation A license never should have been issued when a notice of application had not been published as required under s. 125.04 (3) (g), and a license issued without publication is void under s. 125.04 (2). Selling liquor under a void license constitutes a violation of s. 125.66 (1). Under s. 125.12, a renewal licensee, if refused, is guaranteed a right to be heard by the municipality, and the municipality must show cause for refusal, but a new licensee, if refused, has no such guarantee. When an original license is void, the applicant is a new licensee. Williams v. City of Lake Geneva, 2002 WI App 95, 253 Wis. 2d 618, 643 N.W.2d 864.
125.67 125.67 Evading provisions of law by giving away intoxicating liquor; penalties. No person may give away intoxicating liquor or use any other means to evade any law of this state relating to the sale of intoxicating liquor. Whoever violates this subsection may be fined not more than $10,000 or imprisoned for not more than 9 months or both.
125.67 History History: 1981 c. 79; 1989 a. 253.
125.68 125.68 General restrictions and requirements.
125.68(1)(1)Managers' licenses; "Class B" and "Class C" premises.
125.68(1)(a)(a) If a municipal governing body elects to issue managers' licenses under s. 125.18, no person may manage premises operating under a "Class B" license or permit or a "Class C" license unless the person is the licensee or permittee, an agent of a corporation or limited liability company appointed as required by s. 125.04 (6) or the holder of a manager's license. A manager's license issued in respect to a vessel under s. 125.51 (5) (c) is valid outside the municipality that issues it. A person manages premises if that person has responsibility or authority for:
125.68(1)(a)1. 1. Personnel management of all employees, whether or not the person is authorized to sign employment contracts;
125.68(1)(a)2. 2. The terms of contracts for the purchase or sale of goods or services, whether or not the person is authorized to sign the contracts; or
125.68(1)(a)3. 3. The daily operations of the premises.
125.68(1)(b) (b) The municipal governing body may, by ordinance, define factors in addition to those listed in par. (a) which constitute management of premises.
125.68(2) (2)Operators' licenses; "Class A", "Class B" or "Class C" premises. Except as provided under s. 125.07 (3) (a) 10., no premises operated under a "Class A" or "Class C" license or under a "Class B" license or permit may be open for business unless there is upon the premises either the licensee or permittee, the agent named in the license or permit if the licensee or permittee is a corporation or limited liability company, or some person who has an operator's license and who is responsible for the acts of all persons selling or serving any intoxicating liquor to customers. An operator's license issued in respect to a vessel under s. 125.51 (5) (c) is valid outside the municipality that issues it. For the purpose of this subsection, any person holding a manager's license issued under s. 125.18 or any member of the licensee's or permittee's immediate family who has attained the age of 18 shall be considered the holder of an operator's license. No person, including a member of the licensee's or permittee's immediate family, other than the licensee, permittee or agent may serve or sell alcohol beverages in any place operated under a "Class A" or "Class C" license or under a "Class B" license or permit unless he or she has an operator's license or is at least 18 years of age and is under the immediate supervision of the licensee, permittee or agent or a person holding an operator's license, who is on the premises at the time of the service.
125.68(2m) (2m)Use by another prohibited.
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