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Armstrong, Libbeus (Rev.), 82.

Armstrong, William H., 99.

Army and Navy (United States), 642-3.

Arnold, Arthur, on drink in Persia, 470.

Arrack, a distilled drink of the East, 74, 618.
Arrests and commitments:

- under High License and low license, 210-11.
Prohibition, 505-6, 508-9, 510-12, 517-18, 525-7,

528-37.

the Gothenburg system (Christiania), 455.

- (See also the different foreign countries.)
Arthur, Timothy Shay, Biographical sketch of, 34.
Arts, manufactures, sciences, etc., Alcohol used in the,
18-19, 130-1, 255, 615. (For discriminations of the

statutes, see Legislation.")

Ashenhurst, J. O. (Rev.), 12 (note).

Asthenia from alcohol, 25.

Astringency of wines, 648; how imitated, 8.

· Asylums, Inebriate, 247-8.

Atchison (Kan.), Prohibition in, 511-12.

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Bands of Hope, 37, 40-1, 58, 60.

Baltimore (Md.), Arrests in, 211.

Bangor (Me.), Prohibition in, 505, 506.

Bankers, Testimony from, 538-9, 540, 541, 542.
Baptist Church, 41–2.

Deliverance in Nebraska concerning High License,215.
Barbour, John Nathaniel, Biographical sketch of, 42.
Barley, 42.

Quantities of used in making malt and distilled
liquors, 172.

Barnes, Albert, Biographical sketch of, 42-3.
Barnes, Frances J., 650 (note).

Barrett, F. N., Estimate by, of the expenditure for drink,
137-8.

Barrows, Lorenzo Dow (Rev. Dr.), Biographical sketch
of, 43.

Bartemeyer v. Iowa, Case of, 91, 645.

Bartenders, 386.

Bartram, W. H. H., 89 (note).

Bascom, John (LL.D.), Articles by, 401-3, 496-9.
Basutoland, 14.

Bates, C. A., 638-9.

Bayard, Thomas F. (Secretary), and the liquor traffic in
the Pacific Islands, 643.

Beaconsfield (Earl), on the results of local Prohibition, 536.
Beauchamp, L. J., vi.

Beaumont, Ralph J., 264 (note).

Beaver, James A. (Governor), 123.

Bechuanaland, 14-15.

Bee, The Omaha, 217, 445, 447.

Beecher, Lyman (Rev. Dr.), Biographical Sketch of,

43-5.

Beer, 413-14. (See "Malt Liquors.")
Beer act (England), 366.

Beer Company case, 91, 92, 93.
Belgium, 45-6.

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Consumption of liquors in, 134.

- International regulations, Action of regarding, 497
(note), 498 (note).

"Bell-Punch" laws, 304-5, 348, 354.

Benefits of Prohibition (see “Prohibition, Results of ").
Benguela, 17.

Berlin Conference (1884), 15-16.

Beverage consumption of spirits much in excess of
legitimate consumption, 19, 130-1, 136-7, 615 (note).
Bhang, 202.

Bible and Drink, 46-8.

Bible Wines, 48-56.
Biblical Arguments:

- against Prohibition, 26.

Abolition, 32.

Birney, James G., 33.

Bitters, 617.

Black, James, Biographical sketch of, 56-7. (See also
vi. 559 [note], and “Prohibition Party.")

Blackmer, John (Dr.), Article by, 421-2.

Blackstone, William (Sir), on natural, civil and politi-

cal liberty, 471, 473.

Blade, The Toledo, 27, 401.

Blaine, James G.:

Defeat of, 27, 32, 574.

-on Prohibition in Maine, 502, 539.

Prohibition as a State issue, 109.

the liquor revenue, 593.

- the origin of the Republican party, 586.

Blair, Henry W., Article by, 439-42.

"Blind Pig" and "Blind Tiger" laws, 279, 317, 349.
Blood, Diffusion of alcohol through the, 20-2.

Blue Cross, 45, 624.

Blue Ribbon, 57, 61, 110, 197, 456, 624.

Blyth, Governor (Australia), 35.

Bodwell (Governor), on Prohibition in Maine, 504.

Body, Effects of alcohol on the, 20-6. (See also "Med-

ical Testimony.")

Bohemians (in America), 181.

Bolag system, 455, 623-4.

Bolton, R., Temperance pledge of, 484-5.
Bonded period, Extension of the, 640.
Bonfort's Wine and Spirit Circular:

-on changes in the McKinley bill, 640.

the character and policy of the liquor traders, 387.
the High License issue, 120.

the National Protective Association's work, 116.
the Boutelle resolution, 595.

Boniface, St., 599.

Booth, William, on poverty in London, 467.
"Bootleggers," 508 (note).

Booza, a malt liquor, 11.

Bordeaux wines, 648.

Boston (Mass.):

-High License, Results of in, 213.

- Prohibition, Results of in, 528-9, 537.
Boutelle resolution, The, 594–5.

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Anti-License articles, 98.

License Amendments, proposed but not adopted, 101,
108, 445.

Local Option articles, 288, 348.

Miscellaneous, 276, 290, 291, 305.

- Prohibitory Amendments or articles, adopted, 100-2;
proposed but not adopted, 99, 100-2, 445; adopted,
but annulled by Supreme Court, 106; repealed, 102.
Consular reports, 9, 10, 12, 16, 17, 39, 479-82, 494, 613, 614,
624, 647.

Consumption of liquors, 128-35.

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How affected by High License and Prohibition, 122,
210-20, 502-37.

(See also the various foreign countries.)
Conventions:

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Index.]

Crafts, W. F. (Mrs.), vi.

Craig, W. H., Biographical sketch of, 140-1.
Cramer, M. J., 153 (note).

Crampton, C. A., Report by on adulterations, 234.
Cranfill, J. B., 41, 112 (note).

Cranmer, S. H., 126 (note).

Creosote, Used in adulterating, 8, 10.
Crime, Relations of drink to, 141-3.

Beer-drinkers and whiskey-drinkers, Offenses of com-
pared, 365.

-Estimates of the percentage of crime due to drink, 45,
139, 141-2, 153-4, 865, 529 (note), 546-7.

- Expenditure on account of 139, 546 7.

- Physicians, English, on, 423.

- Supreme Court of the United States on, 93, 473.

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under High License and low license systems, 210-14,
521.

Prohibitory systems, 502-37.

Crogman, W. H., 451.

Crosby, Howard (Rev. Dr.):

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- Hereditary transmission of, 204-7.

Disorder (Social), Supreme Court of the United States

on the relations of drink to, 93, 473.

Disorderly conduct (see" Arrests and Commitments").
Dispensatory (United States), 17-18, 615 (note).

Disraeli, Benjamin, on the results of local Prohibition,

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Divorce, 155-6.

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Doctoring of drinks (see “ Adulteration").
Dodge, Albert, vi.

Dodge City (Kan.), Prohibition in, 512.

Dodge, William Earl, Biographical sketch of, 156-7.
Dorchester, Daniel (Rev. Dr.), 454.

Dougall, John, Biographical sketch of, 157-8.
Dow, Neal:

Articles by, 109, 411-12.

Biographical sketch of, 502.

(See also" Prohibition Party.")

Dow law (Ohio), 335.

Dow riots, The, 271-2.

Downing High License law, 59, 209, 320-1.

Dracut (Mass.), Novel license experiment in, 550.
Drink Bill

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of the United States, 136-40.

Great Britain, 195.

Drink Traffic (see ** Liquor Traffic ").

Dropsy from alcohol, 25.

Druggists, 159.

- Legislation governing sales of liquor by (see the
digests of State laws, 275-360).

– Quantities of spirits sold by, 615 (note).

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Drugs used in adulterating (see “ Adulteration").
Drunkenness, Arrests for (see "Arrests and Commit-
ments").

Dry wines, 648.

"Dual Basis," 81, 197.

Duffield. D. Bethune, 111, 176.

Dumfermline Association, 83, 607.

Duniway, Abigail Scott, 115,

Drunkards, 187.

Dunlop, John, 423, 607.

Dupetiaux, M., on drink in Belgium, 45.

Dutch Reformed Church, 160.

Dutton (Governor), on Prohibition in Connecticut, 526.

East India Company, 76, 77.

Eau de vie, 618.

Economic Aspects

of Prohibition, 537-57.

the drink traffic, 385-7.

Eddy, Richard (Rev. Dr.), vi.

Edgar, John, Biographical sketch of, 160.

Edgeworth, Maria, on Father Mathew's work, 418.
Edkins (Dr.), 72, 75.

Edwards, Justin, Biographical sketch of, 161.

Effects of alcohol, 20-6. (See also "Medical Testimony.")
Effervescing wines, 648.

Egypt. 11-12. (See also "Historical and Philosophical.")
Elidor, 19.

Election day, Prohibition of sales on (see digests of

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England:

-Coffee-house movement in, 84.

- Compensation struggle in, 94-6.

Consumption of liquors in, 131-2, 365.
Drink Bill of, 195.

India, Excise policy of in, 242 4.

- International regulations, Action of regarding, 497,
498 (note).

-Legislation (Liquor) in, 9, 170, 195-6, 231-2, 272-4, 366.
- Longevity, Comparative, of abstainers and drinkers
in, 404 9.

- Mortality from drink in, 25 6, 435-6.

Opium traffic, Responsibility of for the, 76-8, 244-5.
Prohibition (Loca!), Results of in, 536,

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Nearly the entire product of used as beverage, 19.
Not produced among the Chinese, 72.

(See "Malt Liquors" and "Vinous Liquors.")
Fernald, Henry B., 634 (note).

Fernald, J. C. (Rev.), Articles by, 237- 11, 268-72.
Fernald, Nettie B., vi.
Fictitious wines, 7-9.
Field, Kate, 122, 363.

Field, Stephen J. (Justice), 93 (note), 472-3.
Field, W. W., on Prohibition in Iowa, 516 17.
Fillmore, Millard (President), 147.
Finch, John B.:

- Biographical sketch of, 175–6.

on High License in Nebraska, 215.

"Fine" whiskey, Comparative insignificance of the pro-
duction of, 376-7.

"Fire and brimstone, clubs, pitchforks and butcher-
knives," 574.

Fisk campaign, 575-8.

Fisk, Clinton B., Biographical sketch of, 176-7. (See also
"Prohibition Party.")

Fisk, Wilbur, 32, 177-8.

Flick, James F. (Congressman), on Prohibition in Iowa,

517.

Florida :

Brewers and liquor-dealers in, 383, 384.

— Legislation (Liquor) in, 287-8.

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- Prohibition party, Vote of in, 573, 577.

Flournoy, Josiah, Biographical sketch of, 178-9.
Food, Alcohol not a, 179-80.

Foote (Rear-Admiral), 371.
Foraker, Joseph B., 29, 107.
Foreigners, 180-2.

Foresters, Order of, Longevity statistics of, 404.

Fortifying of wines, 7-9, 12, 14, 481. 614, 647.

"Forty cents a line," 446 (note).

Foster, Charles (Governor), 106.

Foster, J. Ellen (Mrs.), 454, 652.
Four-Mile law (Tennessee), 347.

Fraizer, Samuel, Biographical sketch of, 182.
France, 183-6.

- Adulterations in, 132-3, 647.

- Consumption of liquors in, 132, 184, 364.

International regulations, Action of regarding, 497
(note), 498 (note).

- Phylloxera, Ravages of in, 478–81.

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- Tyrannical action of in the Sandwich Islands, 607.
Franklin, Benjamin, 30, 264.

Frauds in the interest of the liquor-traders (instances),

108, 111-12, 115 16, 375 (note).

Frauds on the revenues, 639.

Frederick William III. (Prussia), 40.

Free Baptists, 186.

Free Methodists, 186.

Free-Soil party, 33.

Frelinghuysen, Theodore, 96.
French, The (in America), 181.
French spirits, 616.
Friends, 186, 246.
Frontignan wines, 648.

Frost, William Goodell (Prof.), Article by, 166-7

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