Motivated by the Anglo-Saxon urge of law-enforcement, two bodies made contrary recommendations on the same day. Both aimed to allay the almost universally acknowledged super-Nation in the enforcement of its prohibition law. One, the Conference of Senior Circuit Judges, of which Chief Justice Taft is Chairman, petitioned Attorney General Stone to recommend, in his report to Congress, that the Prohibition Unit be transferred from the Bureau of Internal Revenue of the Treasury Department to the Department of Justice. The other, the Anti-Saloon League,...

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