An inn is a house where a traveler is furnisned with everything which he has occasion for while on his way. Thompson v. Lacy, 3 Barn. & Aid. 287; Wintermute v. Clark, 5 Saudf. (N. Y.) 242; Walling v. Potter, 35 Couu. 185. And see HOTEL. Under the term “inn” the law includes all taverns, hotels, and houses of public general entertainment for guests. Code Ga. 1882,
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