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TITLE 26-Internal Revenue
I Bureau of Internal Revenue, Department of the Treasury
TITLE 27—Intoxicating Liquors
TITLE 28 Judicial Administration
TITLE 29 Labor
SUBTITLE B-Labor Regulations
TITLE 30—Mineral Resources
TITLE 31-Money and Finance: Treasury
SUBTITLE B-Regulations Relating to Money and Finance
TITLE 32-National Defense
TITLE 33—Navigation and Navigable Waters
TITLE 34—Navy I Department of the Navy
TITLE 35 Panama Canal
TITLE 36–Parks and Forests
TITLE 37—Patents and Copyrights
TITLE 38—Pensions, Bonuses, and Veterans' Relief Ohap.
I Veterans' Administration
TITLE 39—Postal Service
I Post Office Department
I Federal Prison Industries, Inc.
TITLE 41—Public Contracts
I Procurement Division, Department of the Treasury
TITLE 42—Public Health
TITLE 43 Public Lands: Interior
SUBTITLE A-Office of the Secretary of the Interior
I General Land Office, Department of the Interior
TITLE 44—Public Property and Works
TITLE 45 Public Welfare
I Office of Education, Department of the Interior
I Federal Communications Commission
TITLE 48Territories and Insular Possessions I Division of Territories and Island Possessions, Department of the Interior II Puerto Rico Reconstruction Administration, Department of the Interior
TITLE 49 Transportation and Railroads I Interstate Commerce Commission
TITLE 50 Wildlife
I Bureau of Biological Survey, Department of Agriculture (including Alaska
Panama Canal Zone liquor regulations: See Panama Canal, 35 CFR Part 6.
PART 1-BASIC PERMITS: ISSUANCE AND PROCEEDINGS
TO RESCIND OR SUSPEND
1.20 When required.
1.40 Conduct of hearing.
1.41 Briefs and argument.
1.23 Recalling permits for correction.
1.42 Additional evidence.
1.43 Findings and orders of the Admin-
1.24 Duration of permits.
1.25 Changes in ownership manage- 1.44 Reconsideration of orders.
ment, or control of business.
1.26 Denial of permit application.
1.50 Service of orders and notices.
Revocation, Suspension, or Annul- 1.51 Transcript of proceedings.
ment of Basic Permits
1.52 Power of attorney.
1.30 Institution of proceedings.
1.53 Oaths and affirmations,
1.31 Order instituting proceedings. 1.54 Filing of permits.
1.55 Publication of names and ad-
1.33 Time and place of bearing.
Alcohol Tax Unit: See Internal Revenue, 26 CFR Part 171.
Section 1.1 Definitions. In this part the following words and phrases, unless otherwise stated, shall be considered as having the meaning herein defined:
Act” shall mean the Federal Alcohol Administration Act. (b) “Administration” shall mean the Federal Alcohol Administration.
(c) "Administrator" shall mean the head of the Federal Alcohol Administration.
(d) "Basic permit” shall mean a formal written authorization by the Administrator setting forth specifically therein the acts authorized and permitted.
(e). "Permittee" shall mean any person holding a basic permit issued under the act.
(f) “Respondent” shall mean any person holding a basic permit against which proceedings for revocation, suspension, or annulment have been instituted.
“Resale at wholesale” shall mean a sale to any trade buyer.
) Any other term defined in the Federal Alcohol Administration Act and used herein, shall have the same meaning assigned to it by such Act.** [Art. 1, sec. 1]
*88 1.1 to 1.55, inclusive, issued under the authority contained in sec. 2 (d), 49 Stat. 977; 27 U.S.C., Sup. I, 202 (d). Statutes interpreted are noted in parentheses at the end of specific sections.
*The source of 88 1.1 to 1.55, inclusive, (except for amendments noted in the text,) is Regs. 1, Fed. Alc. Adm., Oct. 9, 1935.
ABBREVIATION : The following abbreviation is used in this chapter: Regs., Fed. Alc. Adm. Regulations, Federal Alcohol Administration.
1.20 When required-(a) Importers of distilled spirits, wine, and malt beverages. On and after November 23, 1935, no person, except pursuant to a basic permit issued under the Act by the Administrator, shall
(1) Engage in the business of importing into the United States distilled spirits, wine, or malt beverages; or,
(2) While so engaged, sell, offer or deliver for sale, contract to sell, or ship, in interstate or foreign commerce, directly or indirectly or through an affiliate, distilled spirits, wine, or malt beverages so imported. (b) Domestic producers, rectifiers, blenders, and warehouse
On and after November 23, 1935, no person, except pursuant to a basic permit issued under the Act by the Administrator, shall
(1) Engage in the business of distilling distilled spirits, producing wine, rectifying, or blending distilled spirits or winē, or bottling, or warehousing and bottling, distilled spirits; or,
(2) While so engaged, sell, offer or deliver for sale, contract to sell, or ship, in interstate or foreign commerce, directly or indirectly