2020 Code of Alabama
Title 28 - Intoxicating Liquor, Malt Beverages and Wine.
Chapter 4 - Regulation and Control of Alcoholic Beverages in Dry Counties and Dry Municipalities.
Article 7 - Sale, Purchase and Prescription of Alcohol by Druggists and Physicians.
Section 28-4-151 - Sales by Retail Druggists Generally; Use of Alcohol by Such Druggists for Compounding of Prescriptions, Etc.

Universal Citation: AL Code § 28-4-151 (2020)

Section 28-4-151

Sales by retail druggists generally; use of alcohol by such druggists for compounding of prescriptions, etc.

Any retail druggist in this state who is himself a registered or licensed pharmacist or who regularly employs a licensed or registered pharmacist may sell in the manner set out in this article pure alcohol for medicinal purposes only and grain alcohol to chemists and bacteriologists actually engaged in scientific work for such purposes only.

Nothing in this section shall prevent such druggist from using alcohol in the compounding of prescriptions or other medicines, the sale of which would not subject him to the payment of the special tax required of liquor dealers by the United States.

(Acts 1915, No. 1, p. 1; Code 1923, §4719; Code 1940, T. 29, §189.)

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