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Title 27Chapter ISubchapter APart 22Subpart G → §22.102


Title 27: Alcohol, Tobacco Products and Firearms
PART 22—DISTRIBUTION AND USE OF TAX-FREE ALCOHOL
Subpart G—Use of Tax-Free Alcohol


§22.102   Prohibited uses.

(a) Usage. Under no circumstances may tax-free alcohol withdrawn under this part be used for beverage purposes, food products, or in any preparation used in preparing beverage or food products.

(b) Selling. Persons qualified under this part are prohibited from selling tax-free alcohol, using tax-free alcohol in the manufacture of any product for sale, or selling any products resulting from the use of tax-free alcohol. A separate charge may be made by a hospital, sanitarium or clinic for medicines compounded with tax-free alcohol and dispensed to patients for use on the premises, as provided in §§22.105 and 22.106. Hospitals may not furnish tax-free alcohol for use of physicians in their private practice.

(c) Removal from premises. Persons qualified under this part may not remove tax-free alcohol or products resulting from the use of tax-free alcohol from the permit premises unless specifically authorized by the terms of their permit, or permission is obtained from the appropriate TTB officer, except that:

(1) Products made through the use of tax-free alcohol which contain no alcohol may be removed to other premises for the sole purpose of further research; or

(2) Under the provisions of §§22.105 and 22.106, clinics operated for charity and not for profit may compound bona fide medicines with tax-free alcohol, and dispense the medicine from the premises for use by its patients outside of the clinic, if the furnishing of the medicine is not conditioned upon payment.

(d) Liability for tax. Permittees who use tax-free alcohol in any manner prohibited by this section become liable for the tax on the alcohol. Any permittee who sells tax-free alcohol becomes subject to the provisions of part 31 of this chapter.

(Sec. 201, Pub. L. 85-859, 72 Stat. 1314, as amended, 1343, as amended, 1362, as amended (26 U.S.C. 5001, 5121, 5214))

[T.D. ATF-199, 50 FR 9183, Mar. 6, 1985, as amended by T.D. TTB-79, 74 FR 37404, July 28, 2009]

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