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Allocation of Liquor Revenue

Revenue Distribution - Fiscal Year 2012-2013

Revenue
Distilled Spirits Sales
 $497.6 M
License Fees
$4.9 M
Taxes on Beer & Wine
 $16.4 M
Misc. Revenue
 $.3 M
 
 $519.2 M
 
 
2012-13 Expenditures  
Agency Expenditures
 ($25.5 M)
Liquor Agents Compensation
 ($45.4 M)
Inventory Purchases
 ($245.7 M)
 
 ($316.6 M)
   
 
Net Revenue
 $202.6 M
   
 
Where Revenue is Distributed  
State General Fund
 $115.4 M
City Revenue Sharing Account
 $25.1 M
Cities
 $35.8 M
Counties
 $17.9 M
Mental Health, Alcoholism, and Drug Services
 $8.1 M
Oregon Wine Board
 $.3 M
   
 
Total Distribution 2012-13
 $202.6 M
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Projected Revenue Distribution 2013-2015 Biennium

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Liquor Dollars By The Number Infographic

 



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Fact Sheet: Where Your Liquor Dollars Go


The Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) contributed more than $396.7 million to Oregon programs, cities and counties in the 2011-13 biennia.
 
Of that, more than $225 million went to the General Fund to help pay for programs such as schools, police and public health programs.

Where Your Liquor Dollars Go
 
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For More Information

Michael O'Connor
Financial Services Director
503-872-5163
michael.oconnor@state.or.us
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