Dumb Laws in Indiana
Liquor stores may not sell milk.
Drinking from your own bottle in a bar can lead to your arrest.
Grocery stores may not sell any type of cold liquor.
You are required to pour your drink into a glass.
You can get out of paying for a dependent’s medical care by praying for him/her.
“Spiteful Gossip” and “talking behind a person’s back” are illegal.
One may not sniff glue.
One man may not back into a parking spot becasue it prevents police officers from seeing the license plate.
State government officials who engage in private duels can be dismissed from their post.
A person must get a referral from a licensed physician if he or she wishes to see a hypnotist unless the desired procedure is to quit smoking or lose weight.
Smoking in the state legislature building is banned, except when the legislature is in session.
All males 18 to 50 years old must work six days a year on public roads.
City Laws in Indiana
It is forbidden to eat watermelon in the park.
It is illegal for barbers to threaten to cut off kid’s ears.
While driving on Main Street you may not have your lights on.
You may not sell or play on a radio broadcast, the record “It`s In the Book”.
Within four hours of eating garlic, a person may not enter a movie house, theater, or ride a public streetcar.
Hopefully, residents of the city have spedometers on their horses, for they can not ride them in excess of ten miles per hour.
One may only throw a stone at a bird in self-defense.
No person may collect rags on Sunday.
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