48 U.S. Code § 261 to 291 - Repealed. Apr. 13, 1934, ch. 119,

Section 261, act Feb. 14, 1917, ch. 53, § 1,39 Stat. 903, prohibited manufacture or sale of intoxicating liquor in the territory of Alaska.
Section 262, act Feb. 14, 1917, ch. 53, § 2,39 Stat. 903, related to a permit for transportation of pure alcohol.
Section 263, act Feb. 14, 1917, ch. 53, § 3,39 Stat. 904, related to an application for a permit to transport pure alcohol.
Section 264, act Feb. 14, 1917, ch. 53, § 4,39 Stat. 904, related to form and issue of permits for transport of pure alcohol.
Section 265, act Feb. 14, 1917, ch. 53, § 5,39 Stat. 904, related to maintenance of a record of permits.
Section 266, act Feb. 14, 1917, ch. 53, § 6,39 Stat. 904, related to attaching permits to packages.
Section 267, act Feb. 14, 1917, ch. 53, § 25,39 Stat. 908, related to revocation of licenses of pharmacists.
Section 268, act Feb. 14, 1917, ch. 53, § 7,39 Stat. 904, related to records for shipments of pure alcohol.
Section 269, act Feb. 14, 1917, ch. 53, § 8,39 Stat. 905, related to transportation of wine for sacramental purposes.
Section 270, act Feb. 14, 1917, ch. 53, § 9,39 Stat. 905, related to refusal of delivery of sacramental wine without a certificate.
Section 271, act Feb. 14, 1917, ch. 53, § 10,39 Stat. 905, related to alcohol for scientific purposes.
Section 272, act Feb. 14, 1917, ch. 53, § 11,39 Stat. 905, related to form for permits for transport of alcohol for scientific purposes.
Section 273, act Feb. 14, 1917, ch. 53, § 12,39 Stat. 906, related to cancellation of permits to transport alcohol for scientific purposes.
Section 274, act Feb. 14, 1917, ch. 53, § 13,39 Stat. 906, related to use of buildings or vehicles for unlawful manufacture, transportation, or disposal of intoxicating liquors.
Section 275, act Feb. 14, 1917, ch. 53, § 14,39 Stat. 906, related to importation or possession of liquors except as provided by law.
Section 276, act Feb. 14, 1917, ch. 53, § 15,39 Stat. 906, related to drinking intoxicating liquors in or on a passenger coach.
Section 277, act Feb. 14, 1917, ch. 53, § 16,39 Stat. 906, related to penalty for maintaining a place for unlawful sale of alcoholic liquors.
Section 278, act Feb. 14, 1917, ch. 53, § 17,39 Stat. 906, related to arrest for unlawful manufacture sale or transport of intoxicating liquors.
Section 279, act Feb. 14, 1917, ch. 53, § 18,39 Stat. 907, related to evidence necessary to convict.
Section 280, act Feb. 14, 1917, ch. 53, § 19,39 Stat. 907, related to holding places which dispensed alcoholic liquor unlawfully as a nuisance.
Section 281, act Feb. 14, 1917, ch. 53, § 20,39 Stat. 907, related to abatement of liquor nuisances.
Section 282, act Feb. 14, 1917, ch. 53, § 21,39 Stat. 907, related to forfeiture of a lease by a tenant convicted of maintaining a liquor nuisance.
Section 283, act Feb. 14, 1917, ch. 53, § 22,39 Stat. 908, related to owners of buildings knowingly permitting a liquor nuisance.
Section 284, act Feb. 14, 1917, ch. 53, § 23,39 Stat. 908, provided that no property rights exist in alcoholic liquors illegally manufactured or stored.
Section 285, act Feb. 14, 1917, ch. 53, § 24,39 Stat. 908, provided for punishment for violation of law.
Section 286, act Feb. 14, 1917, ch. 53, § 26,39 Stat. 908, related to evidence of sale of intoxicating liquors.
Section 287, act Feb. 14, 1917, ch. 53, § 27,39 Stat. 908, related to duties of officers to enforce the law.
Section 288, act Feb. 14, 1917, ch. 53, § 28,39 Stat. 908, related to filing of an information for prosecution.
Section 289, act Feb. 14, 1917, ch. 53, § 29,39 Stat. 908, related to penalty for unlawful importation of liquor.
Section 290, act Feb. 14, 1917, ch. 53, § 31,39 Stat. 909, provided for additional legislation as needed.
Section 291, act Feb. 14, 1917, ch. 53, § 32,39 Stat. 909, provided that in interpretation of these provisions singular include plural and masculine include feminine.

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