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Session Laws, 1834
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CHAP. 245.

dred and sixty, and until the end of the session oi the
General Assembly which shall happen thereafter


Passed Mar. 20, 1835

An act to prohibit the sale of Intoxicating Liquors upon the
Sabbath day

Sale prohibited

Section 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Mary
land, That from and after the first day of May, next en
suing the passage of this act, it shall not be lawful for any
person or persons, within this Slate, to sell, dispose of, or
barter, any spirituous or fermented liquors, or cordials of
any kind, in any quantity whatever, on the Sabbath day,
commonly called Sunday, and that any person or persons,
who shall offend against the provisions of this act, shall be
liable to rndictment in any court of this State, having cri-


minal jurisdiction, and upon conviction thereof, shall be
fined a sum not less than twenty dollars, nor more than one
hundred dollars, at the discretion of the Court, Provided,


nevertheless, that the prohibitions in this act shall not he con
strued to apply to any bona fide tavern or innkeeper, regu-
larly licensed, and whose business shall or may mainly con-
sist in entertaining travellers and others, with board and

Charge to Juries

Sec 2. And be it enacted, That it shall be the duty of
the judges of the several County Courts of this State, at
each and every term of said Courts, to give this act in
Charge to the grand jury


Sec 3 And be it enacted, That every act inconsistent
with the provrsions of this act, be, and the same rs hereby

Passed Mar 20,1835


An act for the benefit of Anna Parnett, Benjamin Barnett,
and Fanny Barnett

WHEREAS, David Barnelt, a free man of color, residing
in Talbot county, purchased of James Wrightson, of Talbot

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