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TITLE 27—Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms

CHAPTER I—ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO TAX AND TRADE BUREAU, DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY

SUBCHAPTER A—ALCOHOL

PART 1—BASIC PERMIT REQUIREMENTS UNDER THE FEDERAL ALCOHOL ADMINISTRATION ACT, NONINDUSTRIAL USE OF DISTILLED SPIRITS AND WINE, BULK SALES AND BOTTLING OF DISTILLED SPIRITS

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Subpart A—SCOPE

§1.1
General.
§1.2
Territorial extent.
§1.3
Forms prescribed.
§1.4
Delegations of the Administrator.
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Subpart B—DEFINITIONS

§1.10
Meaning of terms.
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Subpart C—BASIC PERMITS

When Required

§1.20
Importers.
§1.21
Domestic producers, rectifiers, blenders, and warehousemen.
§1.22
Wholesalers.
§1.23
State agencies.

Persons Entitled to Basic Permits

§1.24
Qualifications of applicants.

Applications for Permits

§1.25
General.
§1.26
Incomplete or incorrectly executed applications.
§1.27
Change in ownership, management, or control of the applicant.
§1.29
Individual plant or premises.
§1.30
Power of attorney; Form 5000.8 (1534).
§1.31
Denial of permit applications.

Authorization

§1.35
Authority to issue, amend, deny, suspend, revoke, or annul basic permits.

Amendment and Duration of Basic Permits

§1.40
Change of name.
§1.41
Change of address.
§1.42
Change in ownership, management, or control of business.
§1.43
Duration of permits.
§1.44
Automatic termination of permits.

Revocation, Suspension, or Annulment of Basic Permits

§1.50
Revocation or suspension.
§1.51
Annulment.
§1.52
Disposition of stocks of alcoholic beverages upon revocation, annulment, or automatic termination of basic permit.

Miscellaneous

§1.55
Recalling permits for correction.
§1.56
Oaths and affirmations.
§1.57
Procedure.
§1.58
Filing of permits.
§1.59
Public information as to applications acted upon.
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Subpart D—NONINDUSTRIAL USE OF DISTILLED SPIRITS AND WINE

Uses Regarded as Industrial

§1.60
Use of distilled spirits.
§1.61
Use of wine.
§1.62
Use of distilled spirits or wine for experimental purposes and in manufacture of nonbeverage products.

Uses Classed as Nonindustrial

§1.70
General.
§1.71
Distilled spirits in containers of a capacity of one gallon or less.
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Subpart E—BULK SALES AND BOTTLING OF DISTILLED SPIRITS

Bulk Sales and Bottling

§1.80
Sales of distilled spirits in bulk.
§1.81
Importation of distilled spirits in bulk.
§1.82
Acquiring or receiving distilled spirits in bulk for redistillation, processing, rectification, warehousing, or warehousing and bottling.
§1.83
Acquiring or receiving distilled spirits in bulk for addition to wine.
§1.84
Acquisition of distilled spirits in bulk by Government agencies.

Warehouse Receipts

§1.90
Distilled spirits in bulk.
§1.91
Bottled distilled spirits.

Sales of Distilled Spirits for Industrial Use

§1.95
General.


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