Colonnade Catering Corp. v. United States,
397 U.S. 72 (1970)

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Colonnade Catering Corp. v. United States, 397 U.S. 72 (1970)

Colonnade Catering Corp. v. United States

No. 108

Argued January 15, 1970

Decided February 25, 1970

397 U.S. 72


Congress, which has broad authority to fashion standards of reasonableness for searches and seizures respecting the liquor industry, has made it an offense under 26 U.S.C. § 7342 for a liquor licensee to refuse admission to federal inspector, a sanction that precludes forcible entries without a warrant. Pp. 397 U. S. 72-77.

410 F.2d 197, reversed.

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