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Maryland Code, Alcoholic Beverages § 26-2601

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(a) The following sections of Title 6, Subtitle 2 (“Enforcement”) of Division I of this article apply in the county without exception or variation:

(1) § 6-202 (“Inspections”);

(2) § 6-203 (“Use of equipment to measure quantity and quality of alcoholic beverages”);

(3) § 6-204 (“Power to summon witnesses”);

(4) § 6-205 (“Peace officers”);

(5) § 6-206 (“Charging document for unlawful sale of alcoholic beverage”);

(6) § 6-207 (“Display of alcoholic beverages as prima facie evidence of sale”);

(7) § 6-208 (“Regulating possession or consumption of alcohol in public places”);

(8) § 6-209 (“Adoption of standards for authorization of consumption”);  and

(9) § 6-211 (“Fines and forfeitures”).

(b) Section 6-210 (“State preemption of local disorderly intoxication laws”) of Division I of this article does not apply in the county and is superseded by § 26-2602 of this subtitle.

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