Synopsis As Introduced Amends the Liquor Control Act of 1934. Defines "third-party provider". Establishes additional reporting requirements for third-party providers. Provides that a violation of certain reporting requirements is a Class C misdemeanor. Requires employees of a third-party provider to post with the State Commission a bond payable to the State in the penalty of $1,000 upon the condition that the person will not unlawfully transport or deliver alcoholic liquor within or into this State. Requires a bill of lading or other memorandum of shipment signed by the winery shipper's licensee to contain, among other information, a description of the wine being transported, the name and address of the consignor and consignee, and the route to be traveled by the vehicle transporting the wine. Requires the route to be the most direct route. Requires payment for any wine shipped by a third-party provider to be received no later than at the time of delivery, and, as a condition of delivery, a third-party provider must obtain the signature of a person 21 years of age or more. In each shipment of wine, requires the third-party provider to include written information concerning fetal alcohol syndrome. Provides that certain restrictions on the manufacture, importation for distribution, transportation from outside the State into the State, and distribution or sale of alcoholic liquor without a license under the Act do not apply to a third-party provider. Makes other changes. Effective immediately.