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Georgia Code Title 3. Alcoholic Beverages § 3-11-3

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In order to distribute or sell distilled spirits, malt beverages, or wine at an authorized catered function, a licensed alcoholic beverage caterer shall be required to:

(1) Apply to the local governing authority of the jurisdiction where the function is to be catered for an event permit. The application shall include the name of the caterer; the date, address, and time of the event; and the licensed alcoholic beverage caterer's license number. When the catered function is domiciled in a local political subdivision other than that which issues the alcoholic beverage caterer's license, that local governing authority shall be authorized to charge an event permit fee of $50.00 and levy local excise taxes on the total quantity of alcoholic beverages brought into such political subdivision by the caterer;

(2) Provide satisfactory reports to the commissioner on forms provided by the department stating the quantity of any and all alcoholic beverages transported from the licensee's primary premises to the location of the authorized catered function and such other information as required by the commissioner; and

(3) Maintain original local event permits and documents required by the department in the vehicle transporting the alcoholic beverages to the catered function at all times.

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