The Senate Final Report from the Select Committee on Intoxicating Liquor — Effect on Australian Soldiers and Best Method of Dealing with Sale, &c.
33cm x 21cm. xxvi, 180 pages. Side-stapled papers.
1917-18 The Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia Senate Report; together with minutes of proceedings of the committee, minutes of evidence from 4th July, 1918, and appendices. Bough up by Senator Thomas; ordered by the Senate to be printed, 21st November, 1918. “The committee inquired into options for reducing excessive alcohol consumption by Australian soldiers including restricting opening hours of hotels, closing bars and hotels in areas of troop movements, prohibiting the selling of alcohol to troops receiving hospital treatment, ‘anti-shouting’ regulations and the prohibition of liquor.”
Minor chipping to title page. Minor to moderate tanning. Very Good Condition.
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