Foreign News: Canada

After seven years of prohibition the province of Manitoba "went wet". By a majority of more than 25,000 votes the electorate adopted a system of Government-sold liquor.

Under the terms of the measure the Manitoban Government will appoint a commission of three members to administer the sale of drink as a beverage in permanent or temporary residences of permit holders. Breweries will be permitted to deliver to the homes of purchasers, and liquor sold in Government stores may also be delivered. This system corresponds roughly to those adopted by the Governments of British Columbia...

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