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CHAPTER 125
ALCOHOL BEVERAGES
SUBCHAPTER I
GENERAL PROVISIONS
125.01   Legislative intent.
125.015   Severability.
125.02   Definitions.
125.03   Department rule making.
125.035   Civil liability exemption: furnishing alcohol beverages.
125.037   Civil liability exemption for municipalities.
125.039   Civil liability exemption for retaining proofs of age.
125.04   General licensing requirements.
125.045   Booklet for licensees and permittees.
125.05   Local option; remonstrances.
125.06   License and permit exceptions.
125.07   Underage and intoxicated persons; presence on licensed premises; possession; penalties.
125.075   Injury or death by providing alcohol beverages to a minor.
125.085   Proof of age.
125.09   General restrictions.
125.10   Municipal regulation.
125.105   Impersonating an officer.
125.11   Penalties.
125.115   Responsibility for commission of a crime.
125.12   Revocations, suspensions, refusals to issue or renew.
125.13   Report of suspension, revocation or imposition of penalty.
125.14   Enforcement provisions.
125.145   Prosecutions by attorney general or department.
125.15   Actions against intoxicating liquor wholesalers.
125.16   Actions to recover price denied.
125.17   Issuance of operators' licenses.
125.18   Issuance of managers' licenses.
125.185   Provisional retail licenses.
125.19   Alcohol beverage warehouse permit.
SUBCHAPTER II
FERMENTED MALT BEVERAGES
125.25   Class "A" licenses.
125.26   Class "B" licenses.
125.27   Class "B" permits.
125.272   Face-to-face retail sales.
125.275   Industrial fermented malt beverages permit.
125.28   Wholesalers' permits.
125.29   Brewers.
125.295   Brewpub permits.
125.30   Out-of-state shippers' permits; delivery to wholesalers.
125.315   Evading provisions of law by giving away fermented malt beverages.
125.32   General restrictions and requirements.
125.33   Restrictions on dealings between brewers, brewpubs, wholesalers, and retailers.
125.34   Distribution restrictions on wholesalers, brewers, brewpubs, and out-of-state shippers.
SUBCHAPTER III
INTOXICATING LIQUOR
125.51   Retail licenses and permits.
125.52   Manufacturers' and rectifiers' permits.
125.53   Winery permit.
125.535   Direct wine shippers' permits.
125.54   Wholesalers' permits.
125.545   Small winery cooperative wholesalers.
125.55   Combination permits.
125.56   Sacramental wine.
125.58   Out-of-state shippers' permit; exception to requirement.
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2011-12 Wisconsin Statutes updated though 2013 Wis. Act 200 and all Supreme Court Orders entered before April 18, 2014. Published and certified under s. 35.18. Changes effective after April 18, 2014 are designated by NOTES. (Published 4-18-14)