PROHIBITION: Canada Clamps Down

REFUSE CLEARANCE TO ALL VESSELS WITH LIQUOR CARGOES DESTINED FOR THE UNITED STATES AND REFUSE ANY OTHER OFFICIAL DOCUMENTATION COVERING SUCH LIQUOR

So read a telegraphic order from Ottawa, last week sent to Andrew Dalziel, Canadian Collector of Customs at Detroit's river neighbor, Windsor, Ont. It meant that Canada had put into effect the law, long sought by U. S. Drys, forbidding export of liquor to the U. S., and requiring other liquor cargoes to post double bond, insurance against U. S. bootlegging. Immediately, Mr. Dalziel closed ten export docks along the...

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