2019 Code of Alabama
Title 28 - Intoxicating Liquor, Malt Beverages and Wine.
Chapter 5 - Regulation of Manufacture, Sale, etc., of Industrial Alcohol.
Section 28-5-3 - Documents to be filed by applicants for permits.
The application filed with the Governor for such permit shall be verified by affidavit and shall set forth the name and address of all parties having an interest in the proposed industrial alcohol plant or, if a corporation, shall set forth the name and address of its principal officers and directors and the names and addresses of the individuals owning 51 percent of the stock and the names and addresses of the individuals to be in charge of the plant.
Accompanying said application shall be an accurate plan and description of the premises and distilling apparatus, distinctly showing the location of every still, boiler, worm tub and receiving cistern, the course and construction of all pipes used or to be used in the distillery and every branch and every cock or joint thereof and of every valve therein, together with every place, vessel, tub or utensil from and to which any such pipe leads or with which it communicates and also the number and location and cubic content of every still, mash tub and fermenting tub, the cubic contents of every receiving cistern and the color of each fixed pipe.
There shall also be furnished a detailed description of the process employed at the plant, which will show the flow of material from the time received on the premises, through the various apparatus, into the locked receiving tanks and also a plat showing the line of the premises and location of buildings thereon; provided, that whenever the documents filed with the officers of the United States under the internal revenue laws and regulations pursuant thereto shall contain the foregoing information, the filing of a certified copy of such document or documents with the Governor shall be deemed a sufficient compliance with this section.(Acts 1927, No. 474, p. 516; Code 1940, T. 29, §80.)