§60-4-20. Notice of and hearing on revocation; disposition of stock.
Before revoking a license issued under the authority of this chapter, the commission shall give at least ten days' notice to the licensee. Notice shall be in writing, shall state the reason for revocation and shall designate a time and place when the licensee may show cause why the license should not be revoked. Notice shall be sent by registered mail to the address for which the license was issued. The licensee may, at the time designated for the hearing, produce evidence in his behalf and be represented by counsel. On the final revocation of a license or licenses the commission shall immediately take over the stocks of liquors possessed by the licensee, and pay to the licensee the amount paid by him to the state for such stocks less the amount necessary to defray the costs incurred by the commission in the revocation proceedings.