Regulations Governing the Withdrawal of Wine Spirits or Grape Brandy from Distilleries and Special Bonded Warehouses for the Fortification of Pure Sweet Wines

Regulations Governing the Withdrawal of Wine Spirits or Grape Brandy from Distilleries and Special Bonded Warehouses for the Fortification of Pure Sweet Wines

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1919 edition. Excerpt: ... and ask for instructions, the package or packages to be held in the fortifying room pending investigation, which should be made at once. If the deficiency should be less than one proof gallon in any package, such deficiency should be reported on Form 275 and the brandy used, but if the deficiency is found to be one proof gallon or more in any package the gauger should call the winemaker's atten-winemniwrtotion to such deficiency. Should the winemaker sign the sign certificate. J to first certificate on the left-hand page of Form 275 the brandy may be used; if he refuses, or his agent at the winery does not have the authority to sign said certificate, the packages in which the deficiency is found will be set aside and the officer will make out the second certificate, striking out the words that are not applicable to the reason why the packages are held. Officers must be careful not to accept the certificate of anyone signing for the winemaker who has not the authority to so sign. Should the winemaker afterwards decide to make the first certificate he may make it on the Form 275 on which the brandy used is reported, and, in such case, the officer should write above the blank for his signature " Re-gauged, 19--." The deficiency reported should be that found on the day the brandy is used. Should the winemaker demand that the gauge be verified by another officer he shall so notify the collector, who will designate another officer for that purpose. The two officers who make this gauge will make their report on the third certificate on Form 275 and forward the same to the officer Tax on de-ordering such gauge made. Upon receiving such report the collector will make demand on the winemaker for the tax at $3.20 per proof gallon on the deficiency found;...show more

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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
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  • 1236664078
  • 9781236664075