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2019 Session

Budget Bill - SB1100 (Introduced)

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Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control

Item 385

Item 385

First Year - FY2019Second Year - FY2020
Alcoholic Beverage Merchandising (80100)$715,950,057
$716,914,931
$753,966,617
$756,574,679
Administrative Services (80101)FY2019 $69,111,416FY2020 $69,149,514
Alcoholic Beverage Control Retail Store Operations (80102)FY2019 $109,479,659
$110,444,533
FY2020 $112,644,603
$115,252,665
Alcoholic Beverage Purchasing, Warehousing and Distribution (80103)FY2019 $537,358,982FY2020 $572,172,500
Fund Sources:  
EnterpriseFY2019 $715,950,057
$716,914,931
FY2020 $753,966,617
$756,574,679

Authority: § 4.1-100 through § 4.1-133, Code of Virginia.


A. The Secretary of Finance shall chair an advisory committee to review the progress of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority in planning, financing, procuring, and implementing the information technology systems necessary to sustain the department's business enterprise. Members of this committee shall include the Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security; the Director, Department of Planning and Budget; the Director, Department of Accounts; the Chief Information Officer of the Commonwealth; the Auditor of Public Accounts; and the Staff Directors of the House Appropriations and Senate Finance Committees and/or their designees.


B. Funds appropriated for services related to state lottery operations shall be used solely for lottery ticket purchases and prize payouts.


C. The Alcoholic Beverage Control Board shall open additional stores in locations deemed to have the greatest potential for total increased sales in order to maximize profitability.


D. Notwithstanding § 4.1-120, Code of Virginia, the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board may open certain government stores, as determined by the Board, for the sale of alcoholic beverages on New Year's Day and on Sundays after 12:00 p.m.


E. Consistent with the provisions of Chapters 730 and 38, 2015 Acts of Assembly, members of the Board shall receive annually such salary, compensation, and reimbursement of expenses for the performance of their official duties as set forth in the general appropriation act for members of the House of Delegates when the General Assembly is not is session, except that the chairmen of the Board shall receive annually such salary, compensation, and reimbursement of expenses for the performance of his official duties as set forth in the general appropriation act for a member of the Senate of Virginia when the General Assembly is not in session.