In the United States, Prohibition was the law that prevented the manufacture, sale, and transporting of alcoholic drinks between 1919 and 1933. Prohibition also refers to the period when this law existed. A prohibition is a law or rule forbidding something. a prohibition on discrimination. prohibitions against feeding birds at the airport. see also prohibit. the period from 1919 to 1933 in the US when the production and sale of alcoholic drinks was illegal. Legal prevention of the manufacture, sale, or transportation of alcoholic beverages. In the U.S., the Prohibition movement arose out of the religious revivalism of the 1820s. Maine passed the first state Prohibition law in 1846, ushering in a wave of such state legislation. The drive toward national Prohibition was fueled by the Anti-Saloon League, founded in 1893. With Prohibition already adopted in 33 states, the 18th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution went into effect in 1920. Prohibition was embraced with varying degrees of enthusiasm in different parts of the country, and enforced accordingly. In urban areas, bootlegging gave rise to organized crime, with such gangsters as Al Capone. In part because of the rise in crime, its supporters gradually became disenchanted with it. The 21st Amendment repealed the 18th in 1933, and by 1966 all states had also abandoned Prohibition
the action of prohibiting or inhibiting or forbidding (or an instance thereof); "they were restrained by a prohibition in their charter"; "a medical inhibition of alcoholic beverages"; "he ignored his parents' forbiddance"
National Prohibition in the U S ran from roughly January, 1919 through December, 1933 During that period, beverage alcohol could not be legally produced, transported or sold Limited exceptions were for medical purposes Widespread defiance of Prohibition led to the growth of popularity in the U S of Scotch and Canadian Whisky, which were imported illegally
The banning of the production, transportation, sale or consumption of alcoholic beverages In Alberta during Prohibition, liquor could not be sold or manufactured, and from 1918 could not be transported into or outside of the province However, drinks containing two percent or less alcohol and those prescribed for medicinal, scientific or sacramental purposes were permitted
Categories Category 1: An immediate prohibition including an immediate brake, steering or tyre defect; Category 2: An immediate prohibition not falling within Category 1; Category 3: A delayed prohibition including a brake, steering or tyre defect; Category 4: A delayed prohibition not falling within Category 3; and Category 5: A delayed prohibition for excessive exhaust emissions only
The process by which a government prohibits its citizens from buying or possessing alcoholic beverages Specifically, the Prohibition refers to the period between the effective date of the 18th Amendment to the US Constitution(16 January 1920) and its repeal by the 21st Amendment Repeal took effect on 5 December 1933, although it passed Congress in February and the sale of beer was permitted after 7 April 1933
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