Directing the authorities not to take any coercive action, the court asked the district administration to file a reply on the next date of the hearing.
According to a police officer who refused to be named, seized liquor bottles are taken to an isolated place and crushed under the wheels of a road roller.
Supreme Court had earlier asked Alam and other advocates appearing in the matter for suggestions to tackle the problem of delayed listing and huge pendency of bail applications in the Patna HC.
A division bench, comprising Chief Justice Sanjay Karol and Justice S Kumar, expressed shock over the absence of such an authority in the state.
The SC Collegium headed by CJI NV Ramana approved the proposal for the elevation of an advocate as a Judge in the Patna HC.
The bench observed that it was also concerned why so many bail applications were being filed before the high court in the first place.
According to the prosecution, the incident had happened in February 1983 when a scuffle took place over the issue of grazing of crops.
The top court's observations came on appeals against an order of Patna High Court which granted bail to an accused in a murder case.
After hearing the petitions, the court dismissed them on the ground that the new government was formed as per constitutional process.