The Year book of the United States Brewers' Association. 1915

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United States Brewers' Association, 1915
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Page 317 - 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...
Page 284 - You have taken an oath to enforce all the laws,' the chairman of the Law-Enforcement League will say; 'here is a law you are not enforcing. You are not chosen to elect which laws are to be enforced, nor have you any means whatever of determining whether this law is approved by the general conscience. The best way to repeal a bad law is to enforce it.
Page 259 - A provision that all statements made by the insured, shall, in the absence of fraud,- be deemed representations and not warranties...
Page 128 - For the purposes of this act, willful negligence shall consist of (1) deliberate act or deliberate failure to act, or (2) such conduct as evidences reckless indifference to safety, or (3) intoxication, operating as the proximate cause of injury.
Page 95 - For the protection of lives of miners in the territories and in the District of Alaska, and for conducting investigations as to the causes of mine explosions with a view to increasing safety in...
Page 144 - ... prevent an accident ; they can continue rhythmically and automatically at the same work, but for any change of movements that may be suddenly called, there is insufficient control. Last hour (fourth or fifth) : Body no longer running automatically with the same ease, an effort of the will required (spurt) to keep speed up; but the end is ahead, with food and rest; the attention awakes and control over the muscles is braced up — danger is better perceived and more quickly avoided.
Page 258 - That the policy expressly provides that in case the insured shall, after its execution, become so far intemperate as to impair his health, or induce delirium tremens...
Page 224 - The more we see of habitual drunkards, the more we are convinced that the real condition to be studied, the trouble we have to fight, and the source of all the mischief, is a psycho-neurotic peculiarity of some sort; an inherent defect in mechanism, generally congenital, sometimes (more or less) acquired. Alcohol, far from being the chief cause of inebriety, is merely the medium that brings into prominence certain defects that might have remained hidden but for its exposing or developing influence.
Page 76 - Tis not in mortals to command success, but we'll do more, — we'll deserve it.
Page 219 - By a long line of decisions, beginning even prior to Leisy vs. Hodman, 135 United States 100, decided April 28, 1890, it has been indisputably determined that beer and other intoxicating liquors are a recognized and legitimate subject of interstate commerce.

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