Whiskey producers try to get round Prohibition by exporting liquor to Europe.
Jersey City, United States of America.
Intertitle: "'WE DONT WANT IT'. Distillers are making every effort to ship part of their immense stocks of whiskey - computed at 75 million quarts - to Europe."
As temperance movements grow and Prohibition strengthens, distillers try and get around the problem by increasing exports.
Four official looking gentlemen observe another man rolls barrels of whiskey down a ramp from a warehouse, a guard holding a rifle watches over the proceedings. C/U of barrels - ropes are attached and they are hoisted upwards. Four dock workers untie the ropes and load the barrels onto a ship bound for Europe. The dockers laugh and shout as they work.