We have no meanings for "war-time prohibition" in our records yet.
There was another reason for his attitude of opposition to war-time prohibition.
He deeply resented and strenuously opposed the passage of war-time prohibition as uncalled for and unnecessary.
He knew that, even with war-time prohibition just round the corner, he couldn't keep away from liquor.
Starratt had overlooked the fact of war-time prohibition when he picked the St. Francis bar as a place of genial fellowship.
When the Volstead Act reached the President, he found, upon examining it, that it in no way repealed war-time prohibition, and so he vetoed it.
On May 20, 1919, in a message to Congress, the President made the following recommendation with reference to war-time prohibition:
War-time prohibition was ingenuously made part of the Agricultural Appropriation Bill, which contained many items necessary for the effective prosecution of the war.
"After the first of July they'll slap on war-time prohibition and it won't be so easy."
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