An officer observed the odor of boiling mash and fermentation issuing from the dwelling of the defendant. The officer, without warrant, entered the basement and there found the defendant operating two stills. Considerable whiskey was found stored within the room. Defendant was arrested and convicted. On appeal he contended that the search was unlawful. Held, the search without warrant was unreasonable and in violation of the Fourth Amendment to the Federal Constitution. Schroeder v. United States, 14 F. (2d) 500.