Survey of Alcoholic Liquor Traffic and the Enforcement of the Eighteenth Amendment: Hearings Before the Subcommittee of the Committee on Alcoholic Liquor Traffic, House of Representatives, Sixty-eighth Congress, Second Session, on the Conditions of Enforcement and General Conditions Resulting from the Adoption of the Eighteenth Amendment with the Report of the Subcommittee and Recommendations for Strengthening the Enforcement Code
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1925 - Alcoholic beverage industry - 132 pages
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Page 111 - It shall be unlawful to have or possess any liquor or property designed for the manufacture of liquor intended for use in violating this title or which has been so used, and no property rights shall exist in any such liquor or property.
Page 111 - An act to prohibit intoxicating beverages, and to regulate the manufacture, production, use, and sale of high-proof spirits for other than beverage purposes, and to insure an ample supply of alcohol and promote its use in scientific research and in the development of fuel, dye, and other lawful industries...
Page 111 - A search warrant may Issue as provided In Title XI "of public law numbered 24 of the Sixty-fifth Congress, approved June 15, 1917, and such liquor, the containers thereof, and such property so seized shall be subject to such disposition as the court may make thereof.
Page 79 - No search warrant shall issue to search any private dwelling occupied as such unless it is being used for the unlawful sale of intoxicating liquor, or unless it is in part used for some business purpose such as a store, shop, saloon, restaurant, hotel, or boarding house. The term "private dwelling...
Page 110 - Any room, house, building * * * or place where intoxicating liquor is manufactured, sold, kept or bartered in violation of this title, and all intoxicating liquor and property kept and used in maintaining the same is hereby declared to be a common nuisance" and for the maintaining of such a place penalties are provided.
Page 113 - It is the duty and the right not only of every officer of the United States, but of every citizen, to assist in prosecuting and in securing the punishment of any breach of the peace of the United States. It is the right as well as the duty of every citizen when called upon by the proper officer to act as part of the posse comitatus in upholding the laws of his country.
Page 111 - ... provided such liquors are for use only for the personal consumption of the owner thereof and his family residing in such dwelling and of his bona fide guests when entertained by him therein...
Page 110 - ... a common nuisance shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be fined not more than $1,000 or be imprisoned for not more than one year, or both.
Page 71 - ... for a term of not less than three months nor more than one year or by both such fine and imprisonment for each time he may be convicted of such a misdemeanor.