Arguments on the Breckinridge Sunday Bill- Contents
- A BILL TO PREVENT PERSONS FROM BEING FORCED TO LABOR ON SUNDAY
- SPEECH OF ELDER J. O. CORLISS
- SPEECH OF MR. MILLARD F. HOBBS.
- SPEECH OF ALONZO T. JONES.
- BRIEF OF PROF. W. H. M’KEE.
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THE BLAIR BILL—50th CONGRESS.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That no person, or corporation, or the agent, servant, or employe of any person or corporation, shall perform, or authorize to be performed, any secular work, labor, or business to the disturbance of others, works of necessity, mercy, and humanity excepted; nor shall any parson engage in any play, game, or amusement, or recreation, to the disturbance of others, on the first day of the week, commonly known as the Lord’s day, or during any part thereof, in any Territory, District, vessel, or place subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the United States; nor shall it be lawful for any person or corporation to receive pay for Labor or service performed or rendered in violation of this section.ABSB 66.3