"More men. More money. Cooperation from State enforcement agencies." That was long the refrain of Assistant-Secretary-of-the-Treasury-in-charge-of-Prohibition Seymour Lowman, and his Prohibition Bureau director, James Maurice Doran. This year enforcement was taken out of their hands, transferred to the Department of Justice (TIME, July 7). Last week Assistant-Attorney-General-in-charge-of-Prohibition Gustaf Aaron Youngquist made a radio-network speech and his Prohibition Bureau director, Amos Walter Wright Woodcock made a statement. Speech and statement amounted to: "More men. More money. Co-operation from State enforcement agencies."

Said Mr. Youngquist: "The law-enforcing agencies of Government . . ....

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