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Maryland Code, Alcoholic Beverages § 4-1103

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(a) An individual who, at a licensed premises, purchases a meal and a bottle of wine, the contents of which are partially consumed with the meal, may remove the bottle and its contents from the licensed premises if the license holder or an employee of the license holder inserts a cork in or places a cap on the bottle.

(b) A bottle of wine that is removed from the licensed premises under subsection (a) of this section is an “open container” for purposes of § 10-125 of the Criminal Law Article.

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