National Affairs: Dry Plans

The Treasury Department announced its policy for Prohibition enforcement in 1928. Last year, some 24 millions were appropriated for the Prohibition unit's work in 1927. Next year's expenses were expected to be heavier. But since its reorganization as a branch of the civil service, the Bureau is more efficient. And, decided the Bureau, were moneys not spent as in the past on buying lecturers to preach, literature to parade and statistics to prove the triumphs of Prohibition, there would be plenty to spread around on straight enforcement. The Treasury Department therefore announced that...

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