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The 22 October 1870 edition of The Cecil Whig reports from a meeting in Baltimore on a move to create an executive committee to support enforcement of a state law forbidding the shooting of wild fowl from sink-boats. The report makes plain the group interested enforcing the law own land on the shores of said water. The group sought and appears to have succeeded in enlisting the help of the Maryland Oyster Police Force or “Oyster Navy” to enforce the sink-boat law. Interestingly, The Oyster Police Force is the predecessor to the Maryland Natural Resources Police and were originally commissioned to help cope with Oyster poaching from outside states which is generally known as the Oyster Wars.

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Arizona guard Justin Kier (5) drives to the basket against California guard Jordan Shepherd (31) during the first half of an NCAA college bask…

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Arizona center Oumar Ballo (11) dunks against California forward Grant Anticevich (15) during the first half of an NCAA college basketball gam…

Daines sports a Bison jersey to pay off his bet of Eastern Montana Meats steaks and Hi-Country Jerky with Senator Hoeven of North Dakota.