PROHIBITION: Out of Bondage

In the U. S. are 27 warehouses in which 15,000,000 gallons of liquor are stored. The liquor is private property held for legal sale as medicine. In bonded storage the U. S. stands stern guard over it, with agents to gauge its quantity, to test its quality, to control its withdrawal for drug-store purpose. Last week its was revealed in Chicago that some 50,000 gallons of such closely-guarded liquor had somehow gotten out of government bondage. It was the biggest "escape" of its kind in the history of Prohibition.

In Sibley Warehouse reposed...

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