The superintendent of liquor control may adopt and promulgate, repeal, rescind, and amend, in the manner required by this section, rules, standards, requirements, and orders necessary to carry out the following:
(A) Rules and regulations governing the management of the state liquor stores and the manner of conducting them;
(B) Standards, not in conflict with those prescribed by any law of this state or the United States, to secure the use of proper ingredients and methods in the manufacture of alcohol and spirituous liquor to be sold within this state;
(C) Rules and regulations determining the nature, form, and capacity of all packages and bottles to be used for containing spirituous liquor to be kept or sold, subject to the provisions of section 4301.19 of the Revised Code, governing the form of all seals and labels to be used thereon, prescribing that the stamps required by Chapters 4301. and 4303. of the Revised Code to be affixed to containers of such spirituous liquor shall bear the official seal of the division of liquor control, in addition to the official identification seal prescribed by the superintendent by rule to be affixed to all bottles of spirituous liquor, and requiring the label on every package, bottle, and container to state the ingredients in the contents and the terms of weight, volume, or proof spirits of the spirituous liquor.
Cite as R.C. § 4301.101
History. Effective Date: 07-01-1997