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A Treatise on the Laws Regulating the Manufacture and Sale of Intoxicating Liquors by  Henry Campbell (author Black's Law Dictionary) Black - First Edition - 1892 - from Alcuin Books, ABAA-ILAB and

A Treatise on the Laws Regulating the Manufacture and Sale of Intoxicating Liquors

by Black, Henry Campbell (author Black's Law Dictionary)

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Saint Paul, MN: West Publishing Co, 1892. First Edition. Thick Octavo. liii, 711pp.This is the first treatise dealing with the subject of intoxicating liquors. The author tells us that his constant aim has been to make a thoroughly practical treatise "a useful tool for the working lawyer." including a large index which gives descriptions of what each word means and a list of topics related to that word and on what page you will locate the description, such as; SALOON; Not necessarily a place where liquor is sold, p.22. Displaying license in, p.152, Employment of women, p. 234, 235. POLICE POWER; explanation of general theory of, p.24-36. defined, p.24. Personal Liability of Wife, Husband and wife jointly liable. Also contains sections for the definition of each intoxicating liquor. Bound in full publisher's tan calf centrally stamped with the seal of the board of police commissioners to upper board and lower spine, also stamped on endpapers, raised bands, red leather label gilt, edges rubbed. A handsome, clean copy of this very scarce and worthwhile treatise.


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