National Affairs: In Pittsburgh

In Pittsburgh at the leading hotel, an "Anti-Prohibition Enlightenment Dinner" was held by the local branch of the National Association against Prohibition. Congressman John Philip Hill of Maryland, discussed a bill he will present 1) to repeal the Volstead Act; 2) to have each state define for itself "intoxicating liquors" referred to in the 18th Amendment, and enforce its own laws on the subject; 3) to have the Federal Government punish any person guilty of transporting into any state liquor more potent than therein allowed, the punishment to be ten years' imprisonment...

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