LAWS OF MARYLAND.
Hall, Clement Brooke, Benjamin Ogle and Charles S. Perrie; for
Queen-Anne's county, Samuel Burgess, Thomas Wright, (of Solomon,)
Christopher Cox, Daniel S. Hopper and Robert Emory;
for Worcester county (a), Samuel Handy, sen. McKimmey Porter,
Joshua Prideaux, Rowland E. Bevans and William Quinton; for
Frederick county, James S. Hook, Jacob Ketcheturner, Henry
Koontz, jun. John Brengle and Ignatius Davis; for Harford county,
Alexander Rigdon, John Clendennin, William McMath, William
Calwell and Josias William Dallam; for Caroline county,
William Potter, Frederick Holbrook, Walter L. Fountain, Levi
Dukes and Samuel Culbreth; for the city of Baltimore, Thorndike
Chase, Peter Bond, Cumberland Dugan, Robert McKim and James
Carey; for Washington county, David Harry, James McClain,
William Gabby, Jacob Zeller and John Shaffer; for Montgomery
county, Robert Pottenger Magruder, Abraham Jones, Richard
Thomas, William Holmes and Greenbury Howard; for Allegany
county, John H. Bayard, John Reid, James D. Cresap, George
Hoffman and John Templeman.
(a) By 1818, ch. 152, a revaluation
of real and personal property to be made
in Worcester county, and other commissioners named, &c.
|Laws contrary to
| 47. AND BE IT ENACTED, That all the several
acts of assembly,
contrary to, or which are supplied by this act, be and the same are
See 1785, ch. 53; 1796, ch. 8; 1803,
ch. 92; 1804, ch. 30; 1807, ch. 131; 1810,
Passed Jan. 2, 1813.
An Act to pay the Civil List and other expenses of Civil Government.
Lib. TH. No. 3, fol. 545.
|| WHEREAS, those who dedicate their time, abilities
to the public, ought to receive a reasonable and adequate compensation
for their services;
|| 1. BE IT ENACTED, by the General Assembly
of Maryland, That
the following officers of civil government, for the time being, shall
be entitled to receive at the rate of the following salaries, in current
money, for the ensuing year, to wit: The treasurer of the
western shore two thousand dollars; the treasurer of the eastern
shore four hundred and fifty dollars; the auditor eight hundred
dollars; the clerk of the council eight hundred dollars; the clerk
of the senate one hundred and fifty dollars; the clerk of the house
of delegates three hundred dollars; the printer to the state twelve
hundred dollars; the messenger to the council two hundred and
monies to be first
applied to payment
| 2. AND BE IT ENACTED, That all monies which
shall remain in
the treasury after discharging the journal of accounts, and all unappropriated
money which may come into the treasury, be first applied
to the payment of the civil list for the ensuing year.
Passed Jan. 2, 1813.
An Act for the payment of the Journal of Accounts. Lib.
3, fol. 545.
|| WHEREAS it appears by the journal of accounts of
that there is due from this state the sum of thirty thousand three
hundred and fifty-nine dollars, twenty-four and one fourth cents;