2012 Indiana Code
TITLE 7.1. ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO
ARTICLE 3. PERMITS
CHAPTER 7. DISTILLERS' AND RECTIFIERS' PERMITS

IC 7.1-3-7
Chapter 7. Distillers' and Rectifiers' Permits

IC 7.1-3-7-1
Application
Sec. 1. Application. The commission may issue a distiller's permit to a person who desires to commercially manufacture liquor. The commission also may issue a rectifier's permit to a person who desires to rectify liquor.
(Formerly: Acts 1973, P.L.55, SEC.1.)

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Persons eligible for permits
Sec. 2. Persons Eligible for Permits. The commission may issue a distiller's or a rectifier's permit to a domestic corporation, or a foreign corporation admitted to do business in this state, if the corporation is qualified to obtain the necessary permit or license from the United States to own or operate an establishment to manufacture or rectify liquor.
(Formerly: Acts 1973, P.L.55, SEC.1.)

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Scope of permit
Sec. 3. Scope of Permit. The holder of a distiller's permit shall be entitled to manufacture liquor, to rectify it, and to bottle it. A distiller shall enjoy all the privileges accorded the holder of a rectifier's permit, but he shall not have to obtain a separate rectifier's permit nor pay an additional fee. A distiller shall be entitled to transport liquor and to sell and deliver it in shipments to points outside this state, or to the holder of a liquor wholesaler's permit, or to the holder of a rectifier's permit. A distiller may not sell liquor to a consumer, nor to a person for the purpose of having it retailed by him, whether that person holds a liquor retailer's permit under this title or not.
(Formerly: Acts 1973, P.L.55, SEC.1.)

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Importation of alcohol by distiller
Sec. 4. Importation of Alcohol by Distiller. The holder of a distiller's permit also shall be entitled to import alcohol for use in the manufacture, preparation, or rectification of liquor or other substances that may be lawfully manufactured under his permit.
(Formerly: Acts 1973, P.L.55, SEC.1.)

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Importation of liquor by distiller
Sec. 5. Importation of Liquor by Distiller. The holder of a distiller's permit also shall be entitled to import and sell within this state liquor fully manufactured outside this state and ready for marketing when imported. A distiller may sell imported liquor only to a person who holds a liquor wholesaler's permit, or to the holder

of a rectifier's permit, or to another distiller. A distiller may not sell imported liquor at retail nor to a retailer. A distiller also may sell and ship to a place outside this state, the liquor manufactured by another distiller under this title.
(Formerly: Acts 1973, P.L.55, SEC.1.)

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Repealed
(Repealed by Acts 1978, P.L.51, SEC.8.)

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Scope of permit
Sec. 7. Scope of Permit. The holder of a rectifier's permit shall be entitled to rectify liquor and to bottle it. A rectifier shall be entitled to transport liquor and to sell and deliver it in shipments to points outside this state, or to the holder of a liquor wholesaler's permit. A rectifier may not sell liquor to a consumer, nor to a person for the purpose of having it retailed by him, whether that person holds a liquor retailer's permit under this title or not.
(Formerly: Acts 1973, P.L.55, SEC.1.)

IC 7.1-3-7-8
Importation of alcohol by rectifier
Sec. 8. Importation of Alcohol by Rectifier. The holder of a rectifier's permit also shall be entitled to import alcohol for use in the preparation and rectification of liquor but not for sale as a finished product for beverage purposes. A rectifier shall not be entitled to import liquor for sale within this state intending to sell it without rectification by him, nor to sell it, directly or indirectly, as an agent or otherwise.
(Formerly: Acts 1973, P.L.55, SEC.1.)

IC 7.1-3-7-9
Renewals
Sec. 9. Renewals. The holder of a distiller's or rectifier's permit shall pay the appropriate annual license fee to the chairman on the anniversary of the date of the issuance of the original permit in order to keep his distiller's or rectifier's permit in force.
(Formerly: Acts 1973, P.L.55, SEC.1.)

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