LAWS OF MARYLAND.
4. And be it enacted, That if the owner or owners of any dead dog,
cow or horse shall suffer the same to remain within the limits of the
said town, for twenty four hours after he, she, or they shall have
knowledge of the death of the same, he, she or they shall forfeit the
sum of two dollars.
Dec. Ses. 1823.
5. And he it enacted, That no owner of any stone horse, shall pa-
rade him through the streets or on the public ground in said town,
either in person or by his servant, nor suffer hint to cover within the
limits of said town under the penalty of two dollars, for every time he
shall so offend.
6. And be it enacted, That no person shall keep any dog or bitch,
within said town without first obtaining a license, from the clerk to
the commissioners for that purpose, in the month of April in every
year, and paying at the time of the license being granted for every
dog one dollar, and for every bitch two dollars, and every dog or
bitch so licensed the owner of him or her shall put a collar around
his or her neck, and every other dog or bitch found going at large
in said town, shall be shot or otherwise destroyed by the bailiff of
said town, and if any person shall bring a dog or bitch in said town
after the month of April in any year, he or she, shall obtain a license
within ten days thereafter and pay for the same as hereinbefore di-
rected and place a collar around his or her neck, or otherwise said
dog or bitch shall be shot or destroyed by said bailiff.
7. And be it enacted, That no poultry of any kind shall go at large
in said town, under the penalty of ten cents, to be recovered of the
owner or owners for every day he or she shall permit the same to go
at large as aforesaid.
3 And be it enacted, That all the penalties imposed by this act,
shall be recovered by warrant in the name of the commissioners be-
fore any justice of the peace in said county, and applied for the im-
provement of said town.
An act to establish the Divisional Lines between Anne Arundel and Calvert
Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Maryland, That
Thomas H. Wilkinson and Richard Ireland of Calvert County,
and Virgil Maxcy and Doctor James Tongue, of Anne Arundel
county, and Doctor William Howard, of the city of Baltimore, (they
being the commissioners appointed by an act of Assembly, passed
at December session, eighteen hundred and twenty two, to survey
and ascertain the divisional line between the said counties, and make
report to the legislature,) be and they are hereby appointed com-
missioners to fix, bound and establish the divisional lines between
the said counties of Anne Arundel and Calvert, in the most perma-
nent manner, by planting or cause to be planted, large and sufficient
boundary stones at the beginning and termination of every course
or line between the said counties, beginning for the same at the
mouth of a creek on the western side of the Chesapeake bay, called
and known by the name of Muddy Creek or Red Lyon's Creek,
lying and being on the south side of the land now owned and occu-
pied by Samuel Owings, thence by and with the said creek to the
head thereof, thence in a straight line to a chesnut tree on the south
edge of Hall's Creek branch, marked with the black letter P. on the
plain black line shaded yellow and green on the Plats laid down by
the said commissioners under the authority of an act of the last ses-
ers to fix; pro-