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Maryland Manual, 1896
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MARYLAND MANUAL. 8»

One of the justices in the Brooklyn precinct of the fifth dis-
trict is to be designated a police justice. (Acts of 1894, chapter
301. )

BALTIMORE CITY.

The Governor is authorized to appoint police justices for each
of the station houses, and one to sit as the police board shall
designate. To be selected out of the number appointed by sec-
tion 607, Article 4, of P. L. L., relating to Baltimore city. (Act
of 1890, chapter 230. )

Act of 1892, chapter 223, provided seven justices from the
first legislative district, one from each ward, and two at large;
seven in the second district, one from each ward, and four at
large; eight from the third district, one from each ward and
four at large, and twelve at large in the city.

BALTIMORE COUNTY.

Act of 1890, chapter 94, authorized the following justices in
Baltimore county: No. 1, seven; No. 2, four; No. 3, eight; No.
4, four; No. 5, four; No. 6, four; No. 7, three; No. 8, four;
No. 9, ten; No. 10, three; No. 11, seven; No. 12, nine; No. 13,
three; three additional in No. 11, by Act 1892, chapter 58.

One additional justice is authorized in each of districts 8th,
9th and 12th of Baltimore county, by Act of 1894, chapter 200.

CALVERT COUNTY. ,

Calvert county is authorized to have five justices in district
No. 1; four in district No. 2, and four in district No. 3. (Act
of 1868, chapter 95; Acts of 1870, chapter 319.

CAROLINE COUNTY.

Caroline county is authorized to have for election district No.
1, one; No. 2, one; No. 3, three; No. 4, two; No. 5, three;
No. 6, one. (Acts of 1870, chapter 49; Acts of 1880, chapter
107; Acts of 1884, chapter 375. )

An additional justice authorized for the third election district
of Caroline county. (Acts of 1886, chapter 336. )

An additional justice was authorized for the first district of
Caroline county, to locate his office at Goldsborough. (Acts of
1886, chapter 200. )

An additional justice authorized in district No. 1, by Act of
1894, chapter 328.

* CARROLL COUNTY.

Carroll county is authorized to have in district No. 1, three
justices; No. 2, three; No. 3, three; No. 4, four; No. 5, four;

 

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