1.1    .................... moves to amend H.F. No. 3829, as follows:
1.2Delete everything after the enacting clause and insert:

1.3    "Section 1. Minnesota Statutes 2006, section 169A.35, subdivision 6, is amended to
1.5    Subd. 6. Exceptions. (a) This section does not prohibit the possession or
1.6consumption of alcoholic beverages by passengers in:
1.7    (1) a bus that is operated by a motor carrier of passengers, as defined in section
1.8221.011, subdivision 48 ; or
1.9    (2) a vehicle that is operated for commercial purposes in a manner similar to a
1.10bicycle as defined in section 169.01, subdivision 51, with three or more passengers who
1.11provide pedal power to the drive train of the vehicle; or
1.12    (2) (3) a vehicle providing limousine service as defined in section 221.84,
1.13subdivision 1
1.14    (b) Subdivisions 3 and 4 do not apply to a bottle or receptacle that is in the trunk
1.15of the vehicle if it is equipped with a trunk, or that is in another area of the vehicle not
1.16normally occupied by the driver and passengers if the vehicle is not equipped with a
1.17trunk. However, a utility compartment or glove compartment is deemed to be within the
1.18area occupied by the driver and passengers.
1.19EFFECTIVE DATE.This section is effective the day following final enactment.

1.20    Sec. 2. Minnesota Statutes 2006, section 340A.315, is amended by adding a
1.21subdivision to read:
1.22    Subd. 7. Cognac and brandy permitted. Farm wineries licensed under this
1.23section are permitted to manufacture distilled spirits as defined under section 340A.101,
1.24subdivision 9, including brandies and cognacs which may exceed 25 percent alcohol by
1.25volume, made from Minnesota produced or grown grapes, grape juice, other fruit bases, or
1.26honey. The following conditions pertain:
2.1    (1) no farm winery or firm owning multiple farm wineries may manufacture more
2.2than 5,000 gallons of distilled spirits in a given year, and this 5,000 gallon limit is part of
2.3the 50,000 gallon limit found in section 340A.315, subdivision 2;
2.4    (2) farm wineries must pay an additional annual fee of $500 to the commissioner
2.5before beginning production of distilled spirits; and
2.6    (3) farm wineries may not sell or produce distilled spirits for direct sale to
2.7manufacturers licensed under section 340A.301, subdivision 6, paragraph (a).
2.8EFFECTIVE DATE.This section is effective the day following final enactment.

2.9    Sec. 3. Minnesota Statutes 2007 Supplement, section 340A.412, subdivision 4, is
2.10amended to read:
2.11    Subd. 4. Licenses prohibited in certain areas. (a) No license to sell intoxicating
2.12liquor may be issued within the following areas:
2.13    (1) where restricted against commercial use through zoning ordinances and other
2.14proceedings or legal processes regularly had for that purpose, except licenses may be
2.15issued to restaurants in areas which were restricted against commercial uses after the
2.16establishment of the restaurant;
2.17    (2) within the Capitol or on the Capitol grounds, except as provided under Laws
2.181983, chapter 259, section 9, or Laws 1999, chapter 202, section 13;
2.19    (3) on the State Fairgrounds, except as provided under section 37.21, subdivision 2;
2.20    (4) on the campus of the College of Agriculture of the University of Minnesota;
2.21    (5) within 1,000 feet of a state hospital, training school, reformatory, prison, or other
2.22institution under the supervision or control, in whole or in part, of the commissioner of
2.23human services or the commissioner of corrections;
2.24    (6) in a town or municipality in which a majority of votes at the last election
2.25at which the question of license was voted upon were not in favor of license under
2.26section 340A.416, or within one-half mile of any such town or municipality, except that
2.27intoxicating liquor manufactured within this radius may be sold to be consumed outside it;
2.28    (7) within 1,500 feet of a state university, except that:
2.29    (i) the minimum distance in the case of Winona and Southwest State University is
2.301,200 feet, measured by a direct line from the nearest corner of the administration building
2.31to the main entrance of the licensed establishment;
2.32    (ii) within 1,500 feet of St. Cloud State University one on-sale wine and two off-sale
2.33intoxicating liquor licenses may be issued, measured by a direct line from the nearest
2.34corner of the administration building to the main entrance of the licensed establishment;
3.1    (iii) at Mankato State University the distance is measured from the front door of
3.2the student union of the Highland campus;
3.3    (iv) a temporary license under section 340A.404, subdivision 10, may be issued to
3.4a location on the grounds of a state university for an event sponsored or approved by
3.5the state university; and
3.6    (v) this restriction does not apply to the area surrounding the premises of
3.7Metropolitan State University in Minneapolis; and
3.8    (8) within 1,500 feet of any public school that is not within a city.
3.9    (b) The restrictions of this subdivision do not apply to a manufacturer or wholesaler
3.10of intoxicating liquor or to a drugstore or to a person who had a license originally issued
3.11lawfully prior to July 1, 1967.
3.12EFFECTIVE DATE.This section is effective the day following final enactment.

3.14    Notwithstanding any law, local ordinance, or charter provision, the city of
3.15Minneapolis may issue an on-sale intoxicating liquor license to a restaurant located at
3.161367 Willow Street South. The provisions of Minnesota Statutes, chapter 340A, apply to
3.17licenses issued under this section. The license authorizes sales on all days of the week.
3.18EFFECTIVE DATE.This section is effective upon approval by the Minneapolis
3.19city council in the manner provided by Minnesota Statutes, section 645.021,
3.20notwithstanding Minnesota Statutes, section 645.023, subdivision 1, paragraph (a)."
3.21Renumber the sections in sequence and correct the internal references
3.22Amend the title accordingly