Subchapter D. IMPORTATION OF LIQUOR PURCHASED
IN A FOREIGN COUNTRY
9.82. Proof required.
9.83. Imports in excess of 1 gallon per person.
§ 9.81. Scope.
This subchapter is to be applied in conjunction with the Liquor Code and sets forth the nature and kind of proof required thereunder.
§ 9.82. Proof required.
A person who possesses or transports in this Commonwealth liquor not in excess of 1 gallon, claimed by the person to have been purchased by him in a foreign country shall, upon request by the Board, submit the following documentary evidence:
(1) The stub or receipt for passage on the railroad, bus, steamship, airplane, hotel receipt or other satisfactory evidence to prove the foreign travel.
(2) A receipt evidencing the purchase of the liquor by the person while in the foreign country.
(3) An affidavit by the person that he was allowed to bring the liquor into the United States duty free.
§ 9.83. Imports in excess of 1 gallon per person.
If the quantity of liquor imported is in excess of 1 gallon, the excess will be subject to markup by the Board and State taxes, calculated in the usual manner.
The provisions of this § 9.83 adopted June 26, 1952; amended through August 29, 1966.
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