Appendix B. Sunday Closing Law.  


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  • WHEREAS on November 5, 1974, a referendum was conducted in the County of Fairfax pursuant to § 15.1-29.5, Va. Code Ann., on the question "Shall the provisions of § 18.1-363.1, Va. Code Ann., (commonly known as the Sunday Closing Law) be effective in the County of Fairfax"; and

    WHEREAS the ballots of the referendum have been counted, returns made and canvassed as in other elections, and the results certified by the Commissioners of Election to the Circuit Court of the County of Fairfax and the Court thereupon having entered an Order proclaiming the results of the election; and

    WHEREAS a duly certified copy of such Order has been transmitted to this body, the governing body of the County of Fairfax, proclaiming that a majority of those voting in such election voted that the provisions of § 18.1-363.1, Va. Code Ann., (commonly known as the Sunday Closing Law) shall not be effective in Fairfax County.

    Now, Therefore, the County of Fairfax Hereby Ordains:

    The sense of its citizens being that the provisions of § 18.1-363.1 are not necessary in the County of Fairfax, the provisions of § 18.1-363-1 shall hereafter have no force or effect within the County of Fairfax.