Vigliotti v. Pennsylvania,
258 U.S. 403 (1922)

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Vigliotti v. Pennsylvania, 258 U.S. 403 (1922)

Vigliotti v. Pennsylvania

No. 530

Argued March 14, 1922

Decided April 10, 1922

258 U.S. 403


The law of Pennsylvania of May 13, 1887, known as the Brooks Law, which prohibits sale of spirituous liquor without a license, is not at variance with, but rather in aid of the prohibitions of the Eighteenth Amendment and the National Prohibition Act, and was not superseded by them. P. 258 U. S. 408.

271 Pa.St. 10 affirmed.

Error to a judgment of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania affirming a conviction and sentence of the plaintiff in error for a violation of a law of the state against selling liquor without a license.

Page 258 U. S. 407

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