When winter driving of motor cars became common, a great impetus was given to the manufacture of industrial alcohol. Drivers began to consume large quantities of this product for anti-freeze mixtures in their radiators.

Last year our total output of industrial alcohol was in the neigh- borhood of 70,000,000 gallons. The production is increasingly competi- tive. The U. S. Industrial Alcohol Co. was responsible for between 25 and 30 million gallons, and National Distillers' Products Corporation for about 7 millions more. On the other hand, several sugar companies have recently entered the business, in order...

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