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CANADIAN
 
EXCISE ACT OF 2001 
 

2. The definitions in this section apply in this Act.

       “absolute ethyl alcohol” means the substance

        with the chemical composition C2H5OH.

 

 
 
61. No person shall possess a still or other equipment suitable for the production of spirits with the intent of producing spirits unless the person

(a) is a spirits licensee; or

(b) has a pending application for a spirits licence.

 

 
 

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THE EXCISE ACT OF 2001
IS A FEDERAL LAW
THE PERMITS AND LICENSES
ARE ISSUED AND MANAGED
BY EACH PROVINCE, THIS LAW
IS VERY STRICTLY ENFORCED
''DO NOT DEFY IT, HELP US CHANGE IT
TO BETTER SUIT THE SMALL PRODUCER

 
















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