Full text: The alcohol problem

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CONTENTS 
CHAPTER IV 
THE METHODS OF CONTROL ADOPTED DURING 
THE GREAT WAR 
Introduction—The Actual Effects Produced—The Incidence 
of the Various Measures of Control—Regulations in the 
Hours of Sale—Other Regulations of the Control Board— 
The Working of Control—Subsequent Restrictions— 
The Effects of Restrictions and Taxation on Expenditure 
—Lessons from Control — Differential Taxation of 
Alcoholic Liquors - 
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CHAPTER V 
THE PUBLIC HOUSE AND ITS IMPROVEMENT 
The Public House as it is—Improved Public Houses—Dis- 
interested Management—The Carlisle Experiment— 
The Influence of State Ownership and Control on 
Sobriety—The Future of State Ownership Schemes— 
The Bratt System of Control-—Clubs - 
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CHAPTER VI 
THE EFFECT OF MODERATE QUANTITIES OF 
ALCOHOL ON EFFICIENCY 
Introduction—The Influence of Alcohol on Physical Effi 
ciency—The Influence of Alcohol on Unskilled Work— 
The Typewriting Test—The Influence of Alcohol on 
Reflex Acts—The Influence of Alcohol on Mental Effi- 
ciency—General Conclusions  -
	        

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