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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1870
Volume 188, Page 439   View pdf image (33K)
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1870.] OF THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES. 439

Pennsylvania line to its mouth, with seines or nets, or fish
nets, for the period of three years.

Which was read and referred to the Washington delega-
tion.

Mr. Harrington presented the following petitions :

The petition of James Craig and 60 other citizens of To-
bacco Stick, Dorchester county, praying the passage of an
Act changing the name of said village to that of Bloomfield.

Also,

The petition of Henry C. Woodland and 50 other citizens
of Hooper's Island district in Dorchester county, praying a
fence law for said district in said county.

Which were severally read and referred to the Dorchester
delegation.

Mr. Richards presented the petition of Wm. Waring,
George Balderston, James M. Tosh, and 25 other citizens of
Cecil county, praying the passage of a law to enable the
citizens of any election district, town or county within the
State, to determine by ballot whether any liquor shall be sold
within the same.

Which was read and referred to the Committee on the
Judiciary.

Mr. Winters presented

The petition of Elizabeth Miller, widow of Jacob Mil-
ler, a soldier of the war of 1812, asking for a pension.

Which was read and referred to the Committee on
Pensions.

Also,

The petition of Levi Evans, D. H. Roberts, James A. C.
Bond, and 147 other taxpaying and legal voters of the City
of Westminster and district No. 7, Carroll county, praying
for the division of the district No. 7 into two voting pre-
cincts.

Also,

The petition of John E. Smith, Wm. Yingling, Charles
B. Roberts, and 41 other citizens of the City of Westminster,
Carroll county, to repeal section 115, Article 7, Public Local
Laws, and re-enact the same with amendments.

Which were severally read and referred to the Carroll
delegation.

Mr. Gordy presented

The petition of Wilson Layfield, James R. Layfield, B.
White, and 950 other citizens of Wicomico county, praying
the passage of a fence law for said county.

 

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