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November 12, 2020



November 11, 1920

One of the matters which claimed the attention of the Town Council at its meeting Thursday night was the matter of the use of tobacco by children. The town marshal was directed to notify every tobacco dealer in Wrangell not to sell tobacco in any form to any child under 17 years of age. The marshal was further directed to advise the tobacco dealers that they are not to sell children tobacco for use by their parents or other adults, except on a written order stipulating the date and quantity of tobacco to be delivered to the child, and this written order cannot be extended...



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