William Warrender Mackenzie, first Baron Amulree of Strathbraan, is Britain's foremost inquirer. He has investigated piece rates, trades disputes, industrial unrest, night baking, strikes, women in in- dustry, the wreck of the R-101 (TIME. Oct. 13, 1930). For two years he has been chairman of the Royal Commission on Licensing Laws investigating the British liquor situation. Last week, his work finished, long-nosed Lord Amulree made his report.

The 20 Commissioners examined 189 witnesses, from brewers to blue-ribboners. The report, which will be submitted to Parliament, was...

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