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AGO Opinions with Topic: STATUTORY DEFINITION OF WORD "LIQUOR"
AGO 1966 No. 89 >  June 21, 1966
INTOXICATING LIQUOR - STATUTORY DEFINITION OF WORD "LIQUOR" - EXEMPTION OF CULINARY PREPARATION
INTOXICATING LIQUOR ‑- STATUTORY DEFINITION OF WORD 'LIQUOR' ‑- EXEMPTION OF CULINARY PREPARATION A fruit jelly manufactured for table use and offered for sale which is flavored with wine, is "liquor" as that term is defined in the liquor control act if it contains more than one percent of alcohol by weight and is not exempted from the act as a culinary preparation.
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