3023. ARTICLE 13.
the duty of the clerk of the county commissioners, upon application, to
try and correct, brand and mark the several weights and measures be-
longing t6, citizens of said county; and the said clerk shall receive six
cents' for each weight, measure or scale beam adjusted by him, to be paid
by the person making the application.
1916, ch. 680, sec. 491.
493. The county commissioners may, in their discretion, appoint a
keeper of the standards of weights and measures, who shall take possession
thereof, and perform all the duties herein required to be performed by
their clerk, and shall be entitled to the same compensation therefor, and
shall give bond to the commissioners in the penal sum of five hundred
dollars, conditioned for the safekeeping of said standards of weights and
measures, and the performance of the duties of his office.
1916, ch. 680, sec. 492.
494. If any person in said county shall sell by any weights or measures
too light or small, he shall, upon conviction in the Circuit Court for the
County, be liable to a penalty of twenty-five dollars for each offense.
(All local laws relating to wild fowl were repealed by ch. 568, 1927. See 1929
Supplement to Annotated Code, Art. 99.)
1916, ch. 680, sec. 2.
495. All laws and parts of laws now in force relating or applicable to
Harford County, and not included in this Act, and not inconsistent with
this Act, shall be and they are hereby continued until changed or repealed;
provided that all acts or parts of acts general or local, passed at the session
of the General Assembly of Maryland in the year 1916, relating to or in
any way affecting Harford County, or in any manner amending or
adding to Article 13 of the Code of Public Local Laws, as said Article
existed before the passage of this act or in anywise inconsistent with this
Act, shall in nowise be affected by the passage of this act, but all such
laws shall have the same force and effect as if this act had not been passed.