only by number, followed by a reference to the repealing act. A table
of the articles and sections of the Code appearing in this volume fol-
lows this preface, and a table of the Acts of 1906 to 1914, inclusive
(arranged by chapters), embraced herein will be found in the "Ap-
4. In addition, Volume III contains annotations of all the public
general statutes of Maryland from the point where the annotations in
Volumes I and II discontinue, down to date; that is to say, from 115
to 121 Maryland, 219 to 230 United States and 185 to 206 Federal
Reports, all inclusive. Where there are annotations of a section which
was not amended either in 1912 or 1914, the number of that section
(in Volume I or II) is printed, followed by the notes. The annotations
to a section in Volume I or II, as well as those in this volume, should
The editor acknowledges, with appreciation, the valuable assistance
rendered him in the preparation of this book by the following members
of the Baltimore Bar: Robert S. White, Robert D. Bartlett, Allan H.
Fisher, H. Walter Ganster, Jr. and Chester F. Morrow. Grateful rec-
ognition is also made of the courteous aid of Dr. Horace E. Flack, Head
of the Department of Legislative Reference of Baltimore City, and of
Hon. John Sullivan, Secretary of the Senate of Maryland, in connec-
tion with the incorporation herein of the Acts of Assembly of 1914.
GEORGE P. BAGBY.
BALTIMORE, JUNE 1, 1914.