Any person who sells at retail any potable spirituous liquor product labeled as whiskey,
including blended whiskey and blends of straight whiskeys, except products containing
20 or more percent of straight whiskey or whiskeys which have been aged in charred
oak containers for three or more years after distillation and before bottling is guilty
of a misdemeanor, except that this section does not prohibit the sale at retail of
unaged corn whiskey, when so labeled, or the sale at retail of gins, brandies, rums,
cordials, liqueurs, bitters, or other distilled liquor products, or products compounded
of distilled spirits and other materials, when in no wise labeled as whiskey or blended
whiskey or blends of straight whiskeys, or the sale at retail of Scotch whiskeys,
or spirit whiskeys containing not less than 5 percent straight whiskey, three years
old or older.
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