The use of de-natured alcohol as a fuel has yet to be fully developed.
A recent exhibition in Germany gave a good illustration of the broad field in which de-natured alcohol may be used.
Even at 25 or 30 cents a gallon, de-natured alcohol can successfully compete with kerosene as a means of lighting.
It is Germany which has led the way in the manufacture and use of “de-natured” alcohol or “spiritus,” as it is there known.
Part II of the Regulations relates to dealers in de-natured alcohol, and manufacturers using the same.
The gauging of de-natured alcohol shall, where it is practicable, be by weight.