In calculating the annual gross receipts of a retail license or sublicense for purposes
of determining the percentage of gross receipts from the sale, offer for sale, or
furnishing of food or an alcoholic product, a retail licensee may not include in the
calculation the money from the sale of:
(1) a bottle of wine by the retail licensee or under a sublicense that is in excess
(2) an individual portion of wine, as described in Subsection 32B-5-304(2)(a), by the retail licensee or under a sublicense that is in excess of $30; or
(3) an individual portion of spirituous liquor, as described in Subsection 32B-5-304(1), by the retail licensee or under a sublicense that is in excess of $30.
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