127th General Assembly, Regular Session, pt. 4 6200 (2007-2008)

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Am.  Sub. H. B. No. 562


shall not exceed  thirty-two cents per gallon. Only one sale of the same
article shall be used in computing, reporting, and paying the amount of tax
due. The tax may be levied for any number of years not exceeding twenty.
    The  tax shall be levied pursuant to a resolution of the board of county
commissioners  adopted  as prescribed by division (A) of section 351.26 of
the Revised Code  and approved  by a majority of the electors in the county
voting on the question of levying the tax. The resolution shall specify the
rates of the tax, the number of years the tax will be levied, and the purposes
for which  the tax is levied. Such election may be  held on the date of a
general or special election held not sooner than seventy-five days after the
date the board certifies its resolution to the board of elections. If approved
by the electors, the tax takes effect on the first day of the month specified in
the resolution but not sooner than the first day of the month that is at least
sixty days after the certification of the election results by the board of
elections. A copy of the resolution levying the tax shall be certified to the
division of liquor control and the tax commissioner at least sixty days prior
to the date on which the tax is to become effective.
    (B) A  resolution under this section may be joined on  the ballot as a
single question with a resolution adopted  under section 5743.026  of the
Revised  Code  to levy a tax for the same purposes, and for the purpose of
paying the expenses of administering that tax.
    (C) The form  of the ballot in an election held on the question of levying
a tax proposed  pursuant to this section shall be as prescribed by section
351.26 of the Revised Code.
    (D) No  tax shall be levied under this section on or after the effective
date of the amendment of this section by the capital appropriations act of the
127th general assembly. This division does not prevent the collection of any
tax levied under this section before that date so lon2 as that tax remains
effective.
    Sec. 4301.62. (A) As used in this section:
    (1) Chauffeured  limousine means  a vehicle registered under section
4503.24 of the Revised Code.
    (2) Street, highway, and motor vehicle have the same meanings as
in section 4511.01 of the Revised Code.
    (B) No person shall have in the person's possession an opened container
of beer or intoxicating liquor in any of the following circumstances:
    (1) In a state liquor store;
    (2) Except as provided in division (C) of this section, on the premises of
the holder of any permit issued by the division of liquor control;
    (3) In any other public place;


127th G.A.


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