The Perilous Journey of the Donner Party

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The amendment brought in the age of Prohibition in the United States banning all of the sale of alcohol until the law was repealed in 1933. In 1887, the Territory of Oregon passed the first comprehensive anti-substance law, providing: That licenses would be issued to physicians and pharmacists for sale of narcotics; that no person could sell, give away, or possess opium, "smoking opium," morphine, cocaine, or chloral hydrate, except by prescription of a licensed physician (Levine, 1974).

Pages: 192

Publisher: Clarion Books; First Edition edition (March 29, 1999)

ISBN: 0395866103

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