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" ... drawn. Of the 16,897 cases, more than seventy-two per cent were for the various grades of drunkenness ; and. in addition to these, more than twelve per cent were offences committed by persons under the influence of liquor, leaving only some fifteen... "
Address of His Excellency John D. Long to the Two Branches of the ... - Page 45
by John Davis Long - 1881 - 58 pages
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Governor's Messages

1881
...require the latter to give bonds for the payment thereof. Those now required by law arc inadequate. indictments on file, of giving our judges a supervision...upon them, whether as employed or employers. They Avill be laid before you in due course, and, I trust, will receive your attention. They cannot fail...
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The aristocracy of health: a study of physical culture, our favorite poisons ...

Mary Foote Henderson - Hygiene - 1904 - 772 pages
...persons under the influence of liquor, leaving only some 15 per cent of crime to represent what would be the total amount but for the use of intoxicating liquors....the industrial interests of the commonwealth, and of au appeal to those who depend upon them, whether as employed or employers. They cannot fail to impress...
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The aristocracy of health: a study of physical culture, our favorite poisons ...

Mary Foote Henderson - Psychology - 1906 - 772 pages
...persons under the influence of liquor, leaving only soino 15 per cent of crime to represent what would be the total amount but for the use of intoxicating liquors. These statistics arc important, as presenting this subject in the economical light of its relation to the industrial...
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Results of Prohibitory Legislation

Neal Dow - 1882
...under the influence of liquor, leaving only some fifteen per cent, of crime to represent what would be the total amount but for the use of intoxicating liquors....upon them, whether as employed or employers. They cannot fail to impress, not only the moralist, but, in view of the enormous waste they suggest, the...
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