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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 3. Alcoholic Beverage and Cannabis Control
Title 3. Alcoholic Beverage and Cannabis Control
Agency 5. Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority
10/1/2022

Chapter 60.
Manufacturers and Wholesalers Operations
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Section 10
Solicitor salesmen; records; employment restrictions; suspension or revocation of permits
Section 20
Wines; purchase orders generally; wholesale wine licensees
Section 25
Winery, farm winery, and brewery licenses; reports
Section 30
Procedures for retail off-premises winery licenses; purchase orders; segregation, identification and storage
Section 40
Indemnifying bond required of wholesale wine licenses
Section 50
Records required of distillers, winery licensees and farm winery licensees; procedures for distilling for another; farm wineries
Section 60
Wine or beer importer licenses; conditions for exercise of license privileges
Section 70
Excise taxes; beer and wine coolers
Section 80
Solicitation of mixed beverage licensees by representatives of manufacturers, etc., of spirits
Section 90
Sunday deliveries by wholesalers prohibited; exceptions
Section 100
Employees of manufacturers and wholesalers
Section 110
Contract brewing arrangements
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FORMS (3VAC5-60)

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