27 CFR 31.156 - Records of disposition.
(a)Information required. Every wholesale dealer in liquors must prepare a daily record of the physical disposition of each individual lot of distilled spirits. This record must show, at a minimum, the following:
(1) Name and address of consignee;
(2) Date of disposition, including date of discovery in the case of casualty, theft or recorded inventory losses;
(3) Brand name;
(4) Kind of spirits. However, this may be omitted if the dealer keeps available for inspection a separate list or record identifying “kind” with the brand name;
(5) Number of packages, if any, and number of cases by size of bottle; and
(6) Package identification numbers of containers of alcohol repackaged for industrial use pursuant to subpart L of this part.
(b)Form of record. The record required by paragraph (a) of this section must be part of the accounting system and must consist of wholesale dealer's invoices (or, if those invoices are not available at the time the spirits are removed, memorandum shipping records prepared at the time of removal of the distilled spirits, including date of discovery in the case of casualty, theft or recorded inventory losses).
- 27 CFR 31.158 — Previously Prescribed or Approved Records of Receipt and Disposition.
- 27 CFR 31.151 — General Requirements as to Distilled Spirits.
- 27 CFR 31.159 — Variations in Format or Preparation of Records.
- 27 CFR 31.163 — Requirements When a Wholesale Dealer in Liquors Maintains a Retail Department.
- 27 CFR 31.157 — Canceled or Corrected Records.
- 27 CFR 31.171 — Method of Filing.
- 27 CFR 31.172 — Place of Filing.
- 27 CFR 31.160 — Monthly Summary Report.
Title 27 published on 2015-11-28.
No entries appear in the Federal Register after this date, for 27 CFR Part 31.