Distilling industries--Law and legislation
Dailey is president of the Kentucky Distillers Association. He discusses the association, the Kentucky Fair Trade Law; Governor Chandler and the production tax; proposed legislation; and problems of the industry and their solutions.
Mr. Moreman is the chief counsel for Brown-Forman. He discusses legal changes in the industry, patents, and the industry's position with congress.
Morris, former Brown-Forman vice president and general counsel, was also president of Canadian Mist and a Distilled Spirits Institute (DSI) official. His discussion gives special attention to legal issues of the industry and his work with DSI.
Interview concerns the distilling industry in general and the Seagrams company in particular; also discusses the wet-dry issue, Fred Wilkie, and ad valorem taxes.
Smith is a local (Louisville) wholesaler; he discusses the history of his changes in drinking habits, and gives reasons for decline in distributorships; also talks about the fair trade laws and their effect.
Tuggle, executive director, Kentucky Wholesale Dealers Association talks about fair trade laws, how one comes to be a wholesaler, the relationship between the Wholesale Association and the co-ops and chain distributors, and legislation concerning the industry.
Warns was a lawyer with Seagrams Distillery from 1939 to 1941; he talks about his work in personnel and industrial relations; labor law as it applies to the distilling industry; and gives his view of the Wilkie family and Fred Wilkie in particular; Warns is currently a professor of law at the University of Louisville.