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effects of drinking spirituous and other intoxicating liquors

Yates, James

effects of drinking spirituous and other intoxicating liquors

described in four sermons ....

by Yates, James

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Published by J. Belcher & Son in Birmingham .
Written in English


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  INTOXICATING LIQUOR ‑- STATUTORY DEFINITION OF WORD "LIQUOR" ‑- EXEMPTION OF CULINARY PREPARATION. A fruit jelly manufactured for table use and offered for sale which is flavored with wine, is "liquor" as that term is defined in the liquor control act if it contains more than one percent of alcohol by weight and is not exempted from the act as a culinary preparation. The Maine Liquor Law: Its Origin, History, and Results, Including a Life of Hon. Neal Dow Henry Stephen Clubb Maine Law Statistical Society, - Liquor laws - pages.

  Tenants “could not vend, barter, traffic, give, or deal in any way in ardent spirits, wine, cider, gin, porter, ale, or any other kind of intoxicating liquor.” In and , these restrictions were enacted into state law. The Eighteenth Amendment entirely prohibited commerce in "intoxicating liquors" for beverage purposes throughout the United States and the territories subject to its jurisdiction. While § 1 of the Twenty-first Amendment repealed the nationwide prohibition, § 2 gave the States the option to maintain equally comprehensive prohibitions in their.

§ State statutes as operative on termination of transportation; original packages. All fermented, distilled, or other intoxicating liquors or liquids transported into any State or Territory or remaining therein for use, consumption, sale, or storage therein, shall upon arrival in such State or Territory be subject to the operation and effect of the laws of such State or Territory enacted. 'The word 'liquors' * * * shall * * * embrace all malt, vinous or spirituous liquors, wine, porter, ale, beer or any other intoxicating drink, * * * and all malt or brewed drinks, whether intoxicating or not, shall be deemed malt liquors within the meaning of this act; * * * and all beverages containing so much as one-half of 1 per cent. of.


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Effects of drinking spirituous and other intoxicating liquors by Yates, James Download PDF EPUB FB2

A friendly admonition to the drinkers of gin, brandy, and other distilled spirituous liquors with an humble representation of the necessity of restraining a vice so destructive of the industry, morals, health, and lives of the people: to which are added, in an appendix, directions to such as may be desirous to break off that habit of drinking drams / by: Hales, Stephen, An essay on the abuse of spirituous liquors being an attempt to exhibit its pernicious effects upon the property, health and morals of the people: with rules and admonitions respecting the prevention and cure of this great national evil / by: Fothergill, A.

A Treatise on the true effects of drinking spirituous liquors, wine and beer on body and mind. The teetotaler's companion, or, A plea for temperance being an exposition of the personal, domestic, and national evils that result from the present drinking custom of society: the use of intoxicating liquors being proved inimical to social, moral, religious, physical, mental, commercial, and political economy: with a history of the temperance movement: showing also the benefits that have and must follow the.

An essay on the abuse of spirituous liquors being an attempt to exhibit its pernicious effects upon the property, health and morals of the people: with rules and admonitions respecting the prevention and cure of this great national evil / by: Fothergill, A. Published: ().

In the Pali language "Suramerayamajja pamadatthana veramani sikkhapadam samadiyami" translated as abstaining oneself from drinking intoxicating beverage. Even a Buddhist Monk by the name of Master Hsing Yun in his book, The Five Precepts states it is still forbidden to consume even a little of alcohol.

Bowl Sunday", any person having a license to sell intoxicating liquor by the drink may be open for business and sell intoxicating liquor on that day from the time and until the time which would be lawful on another day ofthe week, notwithstanding any provisions of RSMo or any other provision oflaw to the contrary.

Sec. Lesson 6 Document The Moral Thermometer from Benjamin Rush's An Inquiry into the Effects of Spirituous Liquors on the Human Body and the : Thomas and Andrews, Rush first published his Inquiry as a newspaper article in Its anti-alcohol message was hugely popular, and the book, in various editions, sold more thancopies by Consumption of one or other form of intoxicating substances has been present throughout the history of the world.

This article traces such use in the Indian subcontinent, both in North and South India. References to the use of intoxicants are to be found in the Vedas. An inquiry into the effects of ardent spirits upon the human body and mind: with an account of the means of preventing, and of the remedies for curing them - Digital Collections - National Library of Medicine.

Remarks on the nature and bad effects of spirituous liquors by: Benezet, Anthony, Published: () Intemperance in cities and large towns showing its physical, social and moral effects, also the means for its prevention and removal / by: Hartley, Robert Milham, An inquiry into the effects of spirituous liquors on the human body: to which is added, a moral and physical thermometer.

The shipment or transportation, in any manner or by any means whatsoever of any spirituous, vinous, malted, fermented, or other intoxicating liquor of any kind from one State, Territory, or District of the United States, or place noncontiguous to, but subject to the jurisdiction thereof, into any other State Enacted by: the 62nd United States Congress.

An enquiry into the effects of spirituous liquors upon the human body, and their influence upon the happiness of society.

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Never take tea, coffee, beer, wine, or any spirituous liquors. Water is the best liquid possible to cleanse the tissues.—The Review and Herald, J CD Tea, coffee, and tobacco, as well as alcoholic drinks, are different degrees in the scale of artificial stimulants.

An inquiry into the effects of spirituous liquors on the human body: to which is added, a moral and physical thermometer by Rush, Benjamin, ; Thomas, Isaiah,printer; Andrews, Ebenezer Turrell,printer. Distilled spirituous liquors the bane of the nation: being some considerations humbly offer'd to the legislature.

By which it will appear, I. That the landed interest suffers near a million a year, by the distilling, compounding and vending of spirits Pages: 6 Cap. Intoxicating Liquor Licensing GENERAL REGULATIONS AS TO SALE OF LIQUOR AND CONDUCT OF LICENSED PREMISES Penalty for selling malt liquor or wine without a licence.

Penalty for selling spirituous liquor without a licence. Penalties on holders of licences for selling and disposing of spirituous liquor, in contravention of File Size: KB. ‘A drink was defined as ‘a glass of wine, bottle of beer, shot glass of liquor, or mixed drink.’’ ‘To him spirituous liquor is a superfluous and dangerous luxury.’ ‘Consider drinking beer instead of hard liquor or wine.’ ‘"I don't know why I'm still here, " I muttered, drinking another malt liquor.’ ‘Drinking hard liquor.

Illegal possession of spirituous or intoxicating liquor or beer prohibited. No person shall have that person's possession of any spirituous liquor, in excess of one liter, in one or more containers, which was not purchased at wholesale or retail from the division of liquor control or otherwise lawfully acquired pursuant to Chapters and of the Revised Code, or any other.

() (local option statute forbade "spirituous, vinous, or any other intoxicating liquors containing one per cent of alcohol;" held, all liquors must be shown to contain one per cent of alcohol).

18 But beverages not included in this number would have to be shown to be intoxicating in fact. Re Lockman, 18 IdahoPac. (); State v.One of the earliest compilations of Ellen White's writings, this book was put together under her supervision and careful examination.

Previously-published and unpublished texts on the topic of health form the foundation of Christian Temperance and Bible Hygiene, with emphasis on simple, practical, healthful Christianity. Themes include parental training, home influences, diet and temperance.The main active ingredient of distilled spirits is alcohol, and therefore, the health effects of alcohol apply to spirits.

Drinking small quantities of alcohol (less than one drink per day for women and 2 drinks per day for men) is associated with a decreased risk of heart disease, stroke, diabetes mellitus, and early death.