National Affairs: Medicine

On the tenth anniversary of Prohibition (Jan. 16, 1930) U. S. distilleries will be steaming fragrantly in the legitimate production of whiskey. Their activities will be altogether legal and aboveboard, with no Dry raids, no protesting outcries from irate prohibitors.

Such a news forecast came out of Washington last week when the Treasury Department prepared to issue permits which would start distilleries making bourbon and rye whiskies to replenish fast-dwindling medicinal stocks. Distillers from Louisville and Baltimore went into conference with Prohibition Commissioner James M. Doran who will supervise the reopening of U....

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