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Maryland Code, Alcoholic Beverages § 6-207

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In a prosecution for selling alcoholic beverages without an appropriate license, proof that the defendant displayed or offered alcoholic beverages for sale, or kept a place of business where alcoholic beverages were displayed or offered for sale, is prima facie evidence that the defendant sold alcoholic beverages.

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