MALT BEVERAGE TAX REFUNDS
§ 74.31. Refunds for manufacturers on out-of-State sales.
In the event any malt or brewed beverages upon which the tax has been paid by a manufacturer have been sold or shipped by him to a licensed or regular dealer in such malt or brewed beverages in another state, such manufacturer shall be entitled to a refund of the actual amount of tax paid by him, upon condition that the seller shall make affidavit that the malt or brewed beverages were so sold and shipped, and that he shall furnish from the purchaser an affidavit, or in cases where the total purchase price is $5 or less, a written certificate in lieu of an affidavit from the purchaser, or, upon satisfactory proof that such affidavit or certificate cannot be obtained, other evidence satisfactory to the Department that he has received such malt or brewed beverages for sale or consumption outside this Commonwealth, together with the name and address of the purchaser.
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