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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, March 30, 1868
Volume 142, Page 554   View pdf image (33K)
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554 JOURNAL OF PROCEEDINGS [Feb. 28,

FRIDAY, February 28th, 1868.

The House met, and was opened with prayer by the Rev.
Mr. Burke.

Present at the call of the roll the following members :

Messrs. Stewart, (Speaker,) Loker, Boyer, Beck, Ham-
mond, Iglehart, Deale, Bond, of Calvert, Dalrymple, Chap-
man, Rose, Lowe, Horsey, Stewart, of Dorchester, Johnson,
Davis, of Cecil, Touchstone, Richards, Mearns, Keech,
Williams, Sudler, Holloway, Smith, of Worcester, Albaugh,
Wenner, Bowlus, Maynard, Byers, Silver, Nelson, Van-
diver, Brown, Hubbard, Sanner, Wentz, Robb, Morse,
Blake, Pentland, Bond, of Baltimore city, Colton, Mullin,
Chaisty, McElroy, Harig, Markland, Marshall, Conway,
Coudy, Herbert, Rohrer, Seibert, Offutt, Conley, Kean,
Trimble, Hall, Davis, of Carroll, Jordan, Worthington,
Harden, Clark, Jones, Fooks, Hopkins—65.

Mr. Morse presented the petition of Thomas H. Smith and
other citizens of Baltimore in regard to convict labor in the
Penitentiary and labor in the House of Refuge.

Which was read and referred to the Committee on the Ju-
diciary.

Mr. Davis, of Cecil, presented the petition of James T.
Wansley, William W. Price, Sr., and 31 other citizens
of the town of Cecilton, praying the repeal of the Incorpo-
ration Act.

Also,

The petition of Thos. A. Roberts, M. D., Henry M. Hays,
and 12 other citizens of the town of Cecilton, praying the
continuance of the Incorporation Act.

Which were severally read and referred to the Cecil dele-
gation.

Mr. Chapman presented the petition of F. M. Lancaster and
25 other citizens of Charles county, praying a change in the
law relating to public roads in said county.

Which was read and referred to Messrs. Chapman, Mitch-
ell and Loker.

Mr. Holloway presented the petition of 31 citizens of Wor-
cester county, praying the passage of an Act preventing any
seine over 100 fathoms being hauled in the Sinepuxent bay,
or their tributaries, on the Eastern side of Worcester county,
above George's Island landing.

 

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