Bureau of Prohibition 1920's Women's Org for Prohibition Reforrm A woman at a soda fountain cafe pours alcohol into her drink from her cane. Policeman stands alongside a wrecked car and several cases of moonshine. New York City Deputy Police Commissioner John A. Leach (right) watches as agents pour liquor into a sewer following a raid during the height of Prohibition. A couple of bootleggers and their car are apprehended by the Capitol police after a wild chase through the busiest streets of Washington. Comedian Ernest Hare expressing his thoughts on Prohibition in 1921. Prohibition Whiskey that washed up on Margate Beach, NJ, in 1992. Prohibition era flask book. Used to hide the liquor. A popular shaker disguised as a trophy. Rearrange the parts and you get a cocktail shaker One of the first cases on beer to go out after the break of Prohibition in 1933.