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On the same day that it was announced that the state of Georgia was going to prohibit alcohol a full year and a half prior to the Congressional measure, a bill died in the state legislature that would have prohibited all alcohol substitutes that had caffeine, as well (Georgia, you'll recall, is the home of the Coca-Cola Company):

"In an effort to force the "bone-dry" majority of the House to the greatest extreme, Representative Stark of Jackson, Friday offered an amendment which would have barred all substitutes for liquor, all patent medicines, and soft drinks containing caffeine."

     


Anti-Soft Drink Legislation Defeated (The Atlanta Georgian, 1917)

Anti-Soft Drink Legislation Defeated (The Atlanta Georgian, 1917)

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