You should read the entire text and retain it or bookmark it for further reference.
Later, when you have a particular question, you will find the answer by using the Table of Contents.
To be honest I do not see any individual bottle fetching more than 0.
Although that one was actually worth a pretty penny. "Unkempt" is just means there was clutter and dust.
Copies of the CFR are available for viewing at the Code of Federal Regulations (Annual Edition) page at the U. Government Printing Office Web site; you can also browse the e-CFR, a currently updated version of the CFR. Inspection by Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Officers 1.
To all Retail Dealers of Distilled Spirits, Wine or Beer: This publication will explain the principal Federal liquor laws and regulations that affect you.
Its purpose is to help you conduct your business in compliance with the law and regulations.
If any dealer forcibly rescues any liquor or other property seized by a TTB officer, or attempts to do so, he is subject to a fine of either not more than 0 or double the value of the property rescued, whichever is greater, or imprisonment for not more than 2 years.
Any retailer who forcibly obstructs or attempts to obstruct a TTB officer in the performance of his duties is subject to a fine of not more than 00 or imprisonment for not more than 3 years, or both, except that if the offense is committed only by threats of force, the person convicted thereof shall be fined not more than 00 or imprisoned for not more than 1 year, or both.