The Commissioner of Internal Revenue at the Treasury Dept. published a summary of bonded warehouse transactions following the close of every fiscal year (June 30). 

Copies of these records for the years 1898, 1901, 1903, 1904, 1914 and 1920 were obtained from the IRS by Bob Snyder and are summarized here.

The records were organized by state and tabulated, showing the name of the distiller, the distillery number and the nature of the transaction (coded), the tax district, the closest post office or town and the county and section of the state (N, S, E, W, central etc.) in which the bonded warehouse was located.

Note that a single distillery produced spirits that were then sold to the wholesale and retail market by many different "distillers" (the "Distillers and Rectifiers" named in city directories).  Thus a warehouse might record multiple transactions under several different names in a given year.