WSR 06-18-063



[ Filed September 1, 2006, 1:32 p.m. ]

Semi-Annual Rule-Making Agenda

July 1, 2006, through December 31, 2006

Following is the liquor control board's semiannual rule-making agenda for publication in the Washington state register pursuant to RCW 34.05.314.

There may be additional rule-making activity not on the agenda as conditions warrant.

If you have questions about this rule-making agenda, please contact Pam Madson, Rules Coordinator, P.O. Box 43080, Olympia, WA 98504-3080, phone (360) 664-1648, e-mail

WAC Citation Subject Matter Current Activity


Proposal (CR-102) or Expedited (CR-105) Permanent


314-12-140 Prohibited practices, 314-05-020 What is a special occasion license? Creates exceptions to the tied-house law for winery licensees sitting on board of nonprofit organizations holding a retail liquor license. WSR 06-09-105, filed 4/19/06. Expect to file CR-102 in November 2006.
314-20-015 Licensed brewers -- Retail sales of beer on brewery premises -- Spirit, beer and wine restaurant operation. Allows a domestic brewery or microbrewery holding a spirits, beer, and wine restaurant license to sell kegs "to go" of its own production and to sell its beer in small containers from the tap in the restaurant "to go." WSR 06-09-104, filed 4/19/06. Expect to file CR-102 in September 2006.
314-24-040 Wine labels, chapter 314-19 WAC on beer and wine reporting and tax payments. Allows the direct shipment of wine to consumers by in-state and other United States wineries. WSR 06-09-103, filed 4/19/06. WSR 06-16-138, filed CR-102 on August 3, 2006 (combined with self-distribution rule making below).
314-05-030 Guidelines for special occasion license events, 314-13-010 Who can retail licensees purchase beer, wine, and spirits from?, 314-16-160 Purchases -- Reports, 314-24-150 Wine records, 314-24-190 Wine supplier and distributor price postings, 314-24-240 Conditions on delivery, 314-20-050 Beer distributors -- Importers--Brewers -- Records--Preservation, 314-20-100 Beer supplier and distributor price posting, 314-19-015 What are the monthly reporting and tax payment requirements, 314-19-020 What if a licensee doesn't report or pay the taxes due, or reports or pays late?, 314-60-105 General guidelines -- Exempt records. Allows the self-distribution of beer and wine by United States breweries, microbreweries and wineries directly to licensed liquor retailers. WSR 06-09-101, filed 4/19/06. WSR 06-16-138, filed CR-102 on August 3, 2006 (combined with direct shipping rule making above).
314-07-010 Definition (public institution), 314-07-020 Liquor license qualifications and application process, 314-07-055 Temporary retail license. Modifies the processing of liquor licenses. WSR 06-09-102, filed 4/19/06. Expect to file CR-102 in September 2006.
314-01-050 Definitions, 314-11-025 What are the forms of acceptable identification. Clarifies process allowing use of tribal enrollment cards as official identification to prove age when purchasing alcohol or tobacco and clarifies use of an expiration date on official documents. Expect to file CR-101 in September 2006.
314-42 General cleanup of rules that outline what happens in an administrative hearing and other rules that implement the Administrative Procedure Act. WSR 04-08-109, filed 4/6/04. Expect to file CR-102 in October 2006.
314-09-015 Process for local government objections to liquor license renewals. Expect to file CR-101 in September 2006.

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