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1914
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Page 331 - Location' (see page 1 of questionnaire) 1 Alabama 2 Alaska 3 Arizona 4 Arkansas 5 California 6 Colorado 7 Connecticut 8 Delaware 9 District of Columbia 10 Florida 11 Georgia 12 Hawaii 13 Idaho 14 Illinois 15 Indiana 16 Iowa 17 Kansas 18 Kentucky 19 Louisiana 20 Maine 21 Maryland 22 Massachusetts 23 Michigan 24 Minnesota 25 Mississippi 26 Missouri 27 Montana 28 Nebraska 29 Nevada 30 New Hampshire 31 New Jersey 32 New Mexico 33 New York 34 North Carolina 35 North Dakota 36 Ohio 37 Oklahoma 38...
Page 279 - Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled (two-thirds of each House concurring therein), That the following amendment to the Constitution be, and hereby is, proposed to the States, to become valid as a part of said Constitution when ratified by the legislatures of the several States as provided in the Constitution: '
Page 327 - Indiana 16 Iowa 17 Kansas 18 Kentucky 19 Louisiana 20 Maine 21 Maryland 22 Massachusetts 23 Michigan 24 Minnesota 25 Mississippi 26 Missouri 27 Montana 28 Nebraska 29 Nevada 30 New Hampshire 31 New Jersey 32 New Mexico 33 New York 34 North Carolina 35 North Dakota 36 Ohio 37 Oklahoma 38 Oregon 39 Pennsylvania 40 Rhode Island 41 South Carolina 42 South Dakota 43 Tennessee 44 Texas 45 Utah 46 Vermont 47 Virginia...
Page 23 - From and after the first (1st) day of January, 1016, no person, association or corporation shall, within this state, manufacture for sale or gift any intoxicating liquors ; and no person, association or corporation shall import into this state any intoxicating liquors for sale or gift...
Page 279 - The sale, manufacture for sale, transportation for sale, importation for sale, and exportation for sale of intoxicating liquors for beverage purposes in the United States and all territory subject to the jurisdiction thereof are forever prohibited.
Page 249 - ... necessary to exactly identify each worker's industrial application and environment. Adoption of this proposed term, furthermore, renders a logical classification of occupations possible. No such classification now exists. 8. In spite of the fact that the state in which this study was made (Illinois) has an occupational disease law, workers are still coming into its charitable institutions from the same types of trades, and in some instances, from the same manufacturing establishments, in even...
Page 235 - It is thus apparent that under the name of 'scientific temperance instruction' there has been grafted upon the public school system of nearly all our States an educational scheme relating to alcohol, which is neither scientific, nor temperate, nor instructive. Failing to observe the distinction between the diametrically opposite conceptions of 'use
Page 83 - They still acknowledge that the many-sided liquor problem requires study, and that in dealing with it one must be guided by reason and not blindly follow sentiment. In the United States, those who would be the exclusive leaders in temperance work seem to have passed beyond the study stage. To them it must sound like an echo from a by-gone day that a well-known temperance organization in Russia recently offered a prize of ten thousand dollars for the best draft of a law to govern the liquor traffic....
Page 50 - Second. The possession of more than one gallon of spirituous liquors at any one time, whether in one or more places ; or Third. The possession of more than three gallons of vinous liquors at any one time, whether in one or more places ; or Fourth. The possession of more than five gallons of malt liquors at any one time, whether in one or more places; or Fifth.
Page 50 - That it shall be unlawful for any person, firm, association or corporation by whatever name called, other than druggists and medical depositories duly licensed thereto, to have or keep in his, their or its possession, for the purpose of sale, any spirituous, vinous or malt liquors; and proof of any one of the following facts shall constitute prima facie evidence of the violation of this section: "First: The possession of a license from the government of the United States to sell or manufacture intoxicating...

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