Liquor laws -- Africa. : The International Convention Relating to the Liquor Traffic in Africa [electronic resource] : report of an enquiry on the same / by A.E. Blackburn, during his tour in south and west Africa, season, 1920-21.
Liquor laws -- Cape of Good Hope. : Wine and spirits [electronic resource] : documents on the working of the Ordinance no. 29, of the 5th October 1846 : being, chiefly, replies to certain questions issued by the hon'ble the Legislative Council, to resident magistrates, justices of the peace, ministers of the gospel, and others throughout the colony : with a summary of the whole / prepared and printed by order of the Legislative Council.
Liquor laws -- Great Britain -- Cases. : Mackenzie and Woodcock's Digest of licensing cases [electronic resource] : containing an abstract of the cases decided under the Licensing and Revenue Acts, relating to intoxicating liquors / by William Mackenzie and H. Drysdale Woodcock.
Liquor laws -- Indiana. : Seventy-six years' tussle with the traffic : being a condensation of the laws relating to the liquor traffic in Indiana from 1807 to 1883 inclusive, and all the points decided by the Supreme Court on more than four hundred appeals : to which is prefixed a comprehensive statement of the influences which have moulded public opinion on the question, and giving a full account of how the prohibitory law of 1855 was obtained, how it worked, and how it was annulled / by Rev. T.A. Goodwin.
Liquor laws -- Ireland -- Dublin. : An Accurate and interesting account of a public investigation held at Athlone before Thomas Knox Magee, Esq., surveyor general of Excise, upon the conduct of certain revenue officers and other persons in consequence of a complaint made by Mr. Charles Dillon, in a Memorial to the Commissioners of His Majesty's Revenue [electronic resource] : and to which is also prefixed, a speech made by the Hon. William Le Poer Trench on the occasion, 28th October, 1816.
Liquor laws -- New Jersey. : An enquiry into public abuses, arising for want of a due execution of laws, provided for the suppression of vice, in the state of New-Jersey: [electronic resource] : calculated to draw the attention of the executive authority, and people at large, to the necessity of an united exertion, that may produce a reformation. : [Two lines from Isaiah]