AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE EASTERN BAND OF CHEROKEE INDIANS TRIBAL ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL COMMISSION TO ISSUE WINE SHIPPER PERMITS AND COMMERCIAL ABC PERMITS AND TO CLARIFY THAT THE EASTERN BAND OF CHEROKEE INDIANS TRIBAL ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL COMMISSION MAINTAINS EXCLUSIVE AUTHORITY TO ISSUE CERTAIN PERMITS.
Amends GS 18B-112, Tribal alcoholic beverage control, to provide that the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians are authorized to issue the specified permits found in GS 18B-603(f) without approval at elections, including, special occasion permits, limited special occasion permits, and certain culinary permits, and in doing so the definitions found in GS 18B-1000 apply. Provides that the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians are authorized to issue specified wine shipping permits found in GS 18B-1001.1, 1001.2, and 1001.3. Also provides for the issuance of permits for commercial activity as specified and found in GS Chapter 18B, Article 11. Adds language providing that provisions of GS Chapter 18B, Articles 12 and 13 that have not been made applicable to the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians acts as a bar to engaging in the specified activity by the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians.
Amends GS 18B-101(14a), concerning the definition of a Tourism ABC establishment, to provide that the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indian's tribal alcoholic beverage control commission maintains the exclusive authority to issue specified permits between Milepost 460 and the southern terminus of the national scenic byway at Milepost 469. Makes conforming changes.
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