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2019 Statute


41-511. Reports of alcoholic liquor shipped into the state; contents; penalties; confidentiality. (a) Every express company or other common carrier that delivers any alcoholic liquors from outside the state for delivery in the state to consumers shall prepare and file monthly with the director of alcoholic beverage control a report of known alcoholic liquors shipped by such carrier. The report shall contain: (1) The name of the express company or other common carrier that delivers the alcoholic liquors; (2) the period of time covered by the report; (3) the name and business address of the consignor of such alcoholic liquors; (4) the weight of the package delivered to each consignee; (5) a unique tracking number; and (6) the date of delivery. Except as provided for in subsection (d), all reports submitted pursuant to this subsection shall be open records available for public inspection in accordance with the open records act.

(b) Upon request by the director, any additional records supporting the report shall be made available to the director by any express company or other common carrier. Any records containing information relating to such reports shall be kept and preserved for a period of two years unless the destruction of such records is authorized in writing by the director.

(c) Any express company or other common carrier that willfully fails, neglects or refuses to file any report pursuant to subsection (a) shall be subject to a civil penalty of not more than $500.

(d) If any of the reports required by subsection (a) include any information relating to the name or address of a consignee of any alcoholic liquors, such information shall be redacted from the reports that are made available for public inspection. The provisions of this subsection providing for the confidentiality of certain public records shall expire on July 1, 2024, unless the legislature reviews and reenacts such provisions in accordance with K.S.A. 45-229, and amendments thereto, prior to July 1, 2024.

(e) The provisions of this section shall be a part of and supplemental to the Kansas liquor control act.

History: L. 2019, ch. 57, § 9; May 2.

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