Amendment of the prohibition act: Hearings before a subcommittee of the Committee on manufactures, United States Senate, Seventy-second Congress, first session on S. 436, a bill to amend the national prohibition act, as amended and supplemented, in respect to the definition of intoxicating liquor and S. 2473, a bill to provide for increasing the permissible alcoholic content of beer, ale, or porter to 3 -/10 per centum by weight and to provide means by which all such beer, ale, or porter shall be made of products of American farms. January 8 to February 19, 1932
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