§ 2 The Sabbath
§ 3 Sabbath Breaking
§ 4 Punishment for Sabbath Breaking
§ 5 Labor Prohibited On Sunday
§ 6 Persons Observing Another Day as a Sabbath
§ 7 Public Sports and Exercises On Sunday
§ 8 Trades, Manufactures, and Mechanical Employments Prohibited On Sunday
§ 9 Public Traffic On Sunday
§ 10 Prosecutions for Conducting Business On Sunday by Certain Persons
§ 11 Serving Civil Process On Sunday
§ 12 Forfeiture of Commodities Exposed for Sale On Sunday
§ 13 Maliciously Serving Process On Saturday On Person Who Keeps Saturday as Holy Time
§ 14 Processions and Parades On Sunday
§ 16 Barbering On Sunday
§ 17 Days of Rest and Recreation

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