The Keating-Owen Child Labor Act, the first child labor bill, was signed into law by President Woodrow Wilson. The Act regulated child labor by banning the sale of products made by companies that employed children under certain ages. The bill was struck down by the Supreme Court in 1918.
The Eighteenth Amendment to the Constitution forbidding the manufacture, sale, transportation, import, and export of “intoxicating liquors” was ratified, instituting Prohibition nationwide. The amendment was repealed by the Twenty-first Amendment in 1933.