10-50-80. Distributors and wholesalers to submit information to secretary--Maintenance and availability of records--Monetary penalty--Deposit in general fund.
No later than twenty days after the end of each calendar quarter, and more frequently if so directed by the secretary, each distributor and wholesaler shall submit information concerning each nonparticipating manufacturer as the secretary requires to facilitate compliance with §§ 10-50-72 to 10-50-92, inclusive, including, a list by brand family of the total number of cigarettes or, in the case of roll-your-own, the equivalent stick count, for which the distributor or wholesaler affixed cigarette tax stamps to a cigarette package, or otherwise paid the cigarette tax due during the previous calendar quarter. The distributor or wholesaler shall maintain and make available to the secretary all invoices and documentation of sales of all nonparticipating manufacturer cigarettes and any other information relied upon in reporting to the secretary for a period of six years. The secretary may, in addition to any other provision of law, impose and collect a monetary penalty in an amount not to exceed five hundred dollars per day, for the failure of a distributor or wholesaler to timely or accurately comply with this section. Any monetary penalty collected pursuant to this section shall be deposited in the state general fund.