Section 28-4-118Procedure for shipment, delivery, etc., of alcohol and wine to persons for sacramental or nonbeverage use - Maintenance of record of delivery by carrier generally; certificate to be filed with Alcoholic Beverage Control Board stating name of receiver, quantity and character of wine or alcohol, purposes for which received, etc.; inspection of books and records of carrier generally.
The common carrier delivering such wine or alcohol shall keep a record thereof and shall file in the office of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board within 10 days after the receipt thereof a certificate stating the name of the shipper, the name of the receiver, the quantity and character of the alcohol or wine, and the purposes for which shipped and received and that it conforms to the requirements of law as to its preparation and as to the presence of the affidavit. The said delivery shall be made by the carrier to the consignee only, who shall sign and receipt therefor on the record.
The books and records of the carrier shall at all times be open during office hours to any prosecuting attorney or to the sheriff or chief of police of a municipality or county or to any other officer having the duty to enforce the execution of the law and to require conformity to the statutory regulations.
(Acts 1919, No. 7, p. 6; Code 1923, §4709; Code 1940, T. 29, §178.)