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Section 28-2-23

Levy and collection of tax upon sale of malt beverages by counties or municipalities permitting sale under article; disposition of proceeds from tax.

Any county or municipality which allows the sale of malt beverages under the provisions of this article shall be authorized to levy and collect a tax upon the sale of such beverages in an amount not to exceed $.05 on each 12 fluid ounces or fraction thereof; provided, that the county shall not have authority to impose such tax within any incorporated municipality within such county.

A minimum of 60 percent of the proceeds of such tax shall be used solely for the purpose of public education, with the remainder to be allocated by the county commission or municipal governing body levying and collecting the tax for any other public use. The county commission shall distribute the proceeds of this tax for public education to school systems within the county on the same basis as the total calculated costs of the Foundation Program for the local boards of education within the county.

(Acts 1971, No. 1266, p. 2195, §4; Acts 1995, No. 95-261, p. 445, §1.)
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