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It was inevitable that all attempts to regulate the consumption of alcohol would create a need for the concealed pocket-flask (essentially a canteen intended for liquor). Seven years after wine and spirits were banished from the land, the government in Washington felt pressured to discipline all those restaurateurs who failed to defenestrate their patrons who brought illicit drink into their establishments. This is an article about how an attempt was made to get restaurant owners to police their customers.

     


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Congress Adresses the Problem of the Hip-Flask (Literary Digest, 1927)

Congress Adresses the Problem of the Hip-Flask (Literary Digest, 1927)

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