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Session Laws, 1904
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EDWIN WARFIELD, ESQ., GOVERNOR.

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shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and, on indictment

 

in any court having jurisdiction, and conviction thereof, shall

 

be fined not less than five dollars nor more than fifty dollars, or

 

be confined in jail not less than thirty days, in the discretion of

 

the court, for each offense; and such passenger may be ejected

 

from the said boat by the officers thereof at any wharf or land-

 

ing place of said boat, and, if necessary, such assistance may

 

be invoked by the person in charge of said boat as he may re-

 

quire to eject such passenger; and provided, that in case of ,

Company not

such ejectment neither the captain nor other person in charge

liable for dam-
ages.

of such boat, nor the steamboat company or corporation or

 

person owning or operating such boat shall be liable in dam-

 

ages in any court.

 

SEC. 4. And be it enacted, That this Act shall take effect

 

from the first day of July in the year 1904.

 

Approved March 17, 1904.

 

CHAPTER 111.

 

AN ACT to repeal and re-enact, with amendments, Sections

 

193, 194, 197, 202 and 207 of Article 17 of the Code of

 

Public Local Laws, entitled "Prince George's County," sub-

 

title "Laurel," to add additional sections thereto, and to

 

extend the term of the Mayor and City Council of Laurel.

 

SECTION T. Be if enacted by the General Assembly of Mary-

 

land, That Sections 193, 194, 197, 202 and 207 of Article

Amendments
to Code of

17 of the Code of Public Local Laws, entitled "Prince George's

.Local Laws.

County," sub-title "Laurel," be and the same are hereby re-

 

pealed and re-enacted, with amendments, and that new sec-

 

tions be added, to be known as Sections 194A, 194B, 194C,

 

194D, 194E, I94F, 194G, 194H, 194I, I94J, 194K and 194L,

 

so as to read as follows :

 

193. All male citizens of the United States above the age

 

of twenty-one years who shall have actually resided in the

Qualified vot-

said town of Laurel not less than one year preceding an

ers defined.

election for Mayor and City Councilmen of said town, and

 

whose names shall appear upon the books of registered voters,

 

as hereinafter provided, shall be qualified voters of said town,

 

and as such shall be entitled to vote at any election held

 

under the provisions of this Act. And the said qualified

Time of elec-

voters shall on the third Monday in April, 1904, and every

tion.

two years thereafter, at such centrally located place within the

 


 
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