Laws, Regulations & Annotations
Business Taxes Law Guide – Revision 2010
Alcoholic Beverage Tax Regulations
Title 18 of the California Code of Regulations
Article 2. Invoices
Regulation 2525. Contents.
(a) Every sale or delivery of alcoholic beverages, except beer, from one licensee to another licensee must be recorded on a sales invoice, whether or not consideration is involved.
Invoices covering the sale or purchase of alcoholic beverages must be filed in such manner as to be readily accessible for examination by employees of the board and shall not be commingled with invoices covering commodities other than alcoholic beverages. Each sales invoice shall have printed thereon the name and address of the seller and shall show the following information:
(1) Name and address of the purchaser.
(2) Date of sale and invoice number.
(3) Kind, quantity, size, and capacity of packages of alcoholic beverages sold.
(4) The cost to the purchaser, together with any discount which at any time is to be given on or from the price as shown on the invoice.
(5) The place from which delivery of the alcoholic beverages was made unless delivery was made from the premises of the licensee or from a public warehouse located in the same county.
(6) Invoices covering sales of distilled spirits by distilled spirits taxpayers to other distilled spirits taxpayers shall show, in addition to the above, the total number of wine gallons covered by the invoice.
(b) Invoices covering sales of wine in internal revenue bond by a wine grower to another wine grower must also show that delivery was made "in bond."
(c) Invoices covering sales of alcoholic beverages for use in trades, professions, or industries, and not for beverage use, must be marked or stamped: "No State tax—not for beverage use."
(d) Invoices covering the sale of alcoholic beverages for export must be marked or stamped: "Sold for export."
History: Effective April 17, 1955.