804 KAR 4:070. Special industrial alcohol.
RELATES TO: KRS 243.030, 243.320
STATUTORY AUTHORITY: KRS 241.060
NECESSITY, FUNCTION, AND CONFORMITY: KRS 243.320 provides for the issuance of a special industrial alcohol license under the conditions enumerated in the statute. This administrative regulation establishes a minimum container size in which such alcohol can be purchased and further enumerates that no alcoholic beverage capable of being consumed by human beings may be purchased under such a license.
Section 1. (1) Persons operating under a special industrial alcohol license may purchase alcoholic beverages only when such alcoholic beverages are intended for use in the manufacture and sale of the following products:
(a) Denatured alcohol produced and sold pursuant to Acts of Congress and regulations promulgated thereunder.
(b) Patent, proprietary, medicinal, pharmaceutical, antiseptic and toilet preparations.
(c) Flavoring extracts, syrups, and food products.
(d) Scientific, chemical, mechanical, and industrial products, provided such alcoholic beverages go into and become a part of the above-named products.
(2) Persons operating under a special nonindustrial alcohol license may purchase alcohol only in containers of not less than 128 ounces. No distilled spirits or wine, such as liquor, rum, whiskey, gin, or any like liquid capable of being consumed by a human being may be purchased by a special nonindustrial alcohol licensee. (ABC 3:70; 1 Ky.R. 355; eff. 2-5-75.)