1. What are the departmental regulations, if any, for the labelling of bottles of each kind of gin and the marking of packages or cases of such liquors?
2. What are the gins made in Canada in accordance with the Food and Drugs Act and which are "potable spirits sweetened or unsweetened, prepared from grain spirit specially rectified and redistilled with juniper berries and flavouring herbs, etc."? _
3. Are there any gins ever made in Canada by cold mixing molasses alcohol with malt wine, etc., without being redistilled, or by first using spirits not made from grain mashes and secondly, not redistilling such mixtures with juniper berries, etc.?
4. If so, what are they?
5. What are the various designations of gin by departmental regulations and what is the description of each kind?
Subtopic: FOOD AND DRUGS REGULATIONS-MANUFACTURE OF GIN