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Foster, Amendment to the bill in restraint of the use of ardent spirit, 1834
SEE ALSO 52615, 52622 House No. 47 Mr. Foster's amendment to the bill on the use of ardent spirits: Strike out everything after the enacting
clause and insert: All laws respecting licenses for the sale of spiritous liquors were repealed. It would be lawful for 2/3 of a town's voting
population to prohibit the sale of ardent spirits by the drink entirely. There was a gaol term and fine for infractions. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of
title originally held by the Massachusetts State Library).
Title:   Amendment submitted by Mr. Foster, of Worcester, to the bill "in restraint of the use of ardent spirit, and for the regulation of licensed houses."
OCLC Number:   1402308589
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