I added a link on the left of the page labeled as In re Maddox. This link will lead you to the case before the Maryland Court of Appeals regarding Etta Maddox's application for admission to the Maryland State Bar and the Court of Appeals decision. I found this case on Westlaw.
This case is important because it is regarding Etta Maddox's application to be admitted to the Maryland Bar. During this time, women were not permitted to practice law in Maryland. The Maryland Court of Appeals decided that " we are not to be understood as disparaging the laudable ambition of females to become lawyers. It is for the general assembly to declare what class of person shall be admitted to the bar. We have no power to enact legislation. The courts can only interpret what the legislature adopts. "
This article is from the Baltimore Sun. It announces the Maryland Court of Appeals decision to not admit Etta Maddox to the Bar. Also, it announces Ms. Maddox's plans to take the issue to legislature. 
 "Bars Woman Lawyer," The Baltimore Sun, November 22, 1901, http://proquest.umi.com.proxy-ub.researchport.umd.edu/pqdweb?index=0&did=1651692112&SrchMode=2&sid=2&Fmt=10&VInst=PROD&VType=PQD&RQT=309&VName=HNP&TS=1261021785&clientId=41152 (accessed October 17, 2009).
 In re Maddox, 55 L.R.A. 298, 93 Md. 727, 50 A.487 (1901).