The last vestigaes of the Volstead Act came crashing down on this day in 1933, when prohibition was fully repealed and saloons once again opened. However, things did not quite return to the free-wheeling days before prohibition. This time the state was in control of issuing liquor licenses, while in the past it was the county board of supervisors. Locally, it was a fairly quite affair. Law enforcement still had to deal bootlegging issues to make sure that saloons were only serving alcohol and carried the government revenue stamps.