(6) The word "quota" as used in this chapter and when used in reference to permits issued by the division means the maximum number of permits that may be issued by the division within the limitations imposed by statutes, laws, and rules.
(7) The word "renewal" means re-issuance of a liquor permit of the same class to the same permit holder at the same location upon the expiration of an existing permit.
(B) As used in this chapter, all words and phrases defined in section 4301.01 of the Revised Code shall have the same meaning as defined therein.
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(5) The term "home use" means the purchase of alcoholic beverages by a non-liquor permit holder from manufacturers or wholesale distributors under class A-1, A-1c, A-2, B-1, B-2, B-4, or B-5 liquor permits, which are to be consumed at a non-liquor permit premises.
In a "home use" purchase, the alcoholic beverages are not to be re-sold to guests or invitees, whether by the individual drink or container, or by the inclusion of the purchase price in an admission fee or other fee or charge.
(c) Retail permit holders and A-1-A permit holders shall sell to consumers at no less than the "minimum retail selling price," which shall be computed by adding a markup of not less than fifty percent to the "minimum retail invoice cost." (d) A-2, B-2, and B-5 permit holders, selling to retail permit holders or A-1-A permit holders, must sell at no less than the "minimum retail invoice cost." (e) A-2, B-2, and B-5 permit holders selling to consumers must sell at no less than the "minimum retail selling price." (f) B-5 permit holders must sell to B-2 and B-5 permit holders at no less than the "wholesale invoice cost." (3) No bottled wine of any kind or description, whether bearing a brand name or private label, shall be imported into or bottled in Ohio and sold or distributed in this state by retail permit holders unless registered for sale in Ohio and a price schedule is in effect.
The price schedule shall be in writing and shall contain with respect to each item or brand listed (item or brand means each different type of wine, each different brand, and each different container size) the exact brand or trade name, size or capacity of the container or bottle, kind, and type of wine, the number of bottles or containers contained in each case, and the container and case price to all wholesale and retail permit holders.(a) The price listed in the price schedule shall be individual for each item or brand and not in any combination with any other item or brand.
(c) No manufacturer, supplier, importer, bottler, or wholesale distributor of wine may differentiate the price of wine sold to wholesale distributors except when such price differentials are based on reasonable business grounds.
A differential price may not be based on a wholesale distributor's refusal to participate in a price promotion.
The price schedule, as provided herein, shall be effective on the first day of the calendar month following the date of creation.
(c) In the event that a person required to create and maintain a price schedule, as provided herein, determines to make no change in any items or prices listed in the last schedule, and no change in the price of any listed item as required by this rule, then such prices listed in the schedule previously created and in effect shall remain in effect for each quarterly period thereafter until a revised schedule is created for a subsequent quarterly period.
(d) All price schedules shall be subject to inspection by the division and shall not be considered confidential.