What is considered the greatest blow to transatlantic bootlegging since the Dry law went into effect was the U. S.-British agreement signed last week by Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Lincoln C. Andrews and R. G. Van Sittart for Great Britain. Joint co-operation in the British West Indies (with particular reference to the Bahamas) is assured whereby: 1) The U. S. may have an Intelligence Service in the Islands to trace liquor shipments; 2) Joint precautions will be taken against false registration of ships.

The conference was most harmonious. Said Mr. Andrews:...

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