4 edition of Ought we to have a prohibitory liquor law? found in the catalog.
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New-York prohibitory liquor law: an Act for the prevention of intemperance by New York (State), New York (State). Secretary's Office. Google Book from the collections of Harvard University Language English.
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Density to square mile Area 2, square miles. In February,the Legislature passed a prohibitory law, referring it to the people. Maine was the first to enforce the Prohibitory Law, and to the State of Delaware belongs the honor of having upon her statute-books the second Prohibitory Liquor Law enacted by any State in the Union.
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The penalty is jail for up to one year and a fine of $ to $2, If the house party results in serious injury or death the penalty increases. It becomes prison for up to three years and fines up to $25, And, of course, the offender has a criminal record.
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