The defendant objected to the use in evidence of intoxicating liquor on the ground that it was seized during a search of his premises under an insufficient search warrant. Held, the search warrant was issued without a sufficient showing that reasonable and probable cause existed for the search, there being neither a positive allegation of facts in the affidavit for the warrant nor a hearing of evidence by the issuing magistrate. Smith v. State (Ind. 1931) 177 N. E. 898.