Not permitted or allowed; prohibited; unlawful; as an illicit trade; intercourse. State v. Miller, 60 Vt 90, 12 Ati. 526. Illicit connection. Unlawful sexual intercourse. State v. King. 9 S. D. 628, 70 N. W. 1046. Illicit cohabitation. The living together as man and wife of two persons who are not lawfully married, with the implication that they habitually practice fornication. See Rex v. Kalailoa. 4 Hawaii, 41. Illicit distillery. One carried on without a compliance with, the provisions of the laws of the United States relating to the taxation of spirituous liquors. U. S. v. Johnson (C. C.) 26 Fed. 684. Illicit trade. Policies of marine insurance usually contain a covenant of warranty against “illicit trade,” meaning thereby trade which is forbidden, or declared unlawful, by the laws of the country where the cargo is to be delivered. “It is not the same with ‘contraband trade,’ although the words are sometimes used as synonymous. Illicit or prohibited trade is one which cannot be carried on without a distinct violation of some positive-law of the country where the transaction is to take place.” 1 Pars. Mar. Ins. 614.