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Use of liquor in jails
Correction (COR) CHAPTER 43, ARTICLE 20
§ 502. Use of liquor in jails. Spirituous, fermented or other liquor
shall not be brought into a jail for the use of a person confined
therein, except as authorized by federal statute and then only upon a
written permit by the physician to the jail, which must be delivered to
and kept by the keeper thereof, specifying the quantity and kind of
liquor which may be furnished, the name of the civil prisoner for whom,
and the time during which the same may be furnished.