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Session Laws, 1904
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the having in possession any such trap, net or snare, and every


such trap, net or snare shall be forfeited and destroyed.


5. From and after the passage of this Act, that every person

Licenses to be

who shall hunt game as prescribed in Section 2, of this Act

procured to

shall procure from the Clerk of the Court of Somerset County


a license as follows : Non-residents shall, before being allowed


to hunt game under the provisions of this Act, pay a license


fee of ten dollars, with fifty cents to clerk for issuing same,


and residents, except they be landholders hunting on their own


premises, shall pay a license fee of one dollar, with a fee of


twenty-five cents to clerk for issuing same. Each offender


for a violation of this Act shall pay a penalty of fifty dollars


or be imprisoned for not less than ten days nor more than


thirty days, or both in the discretion of the court. All money


derived from operation of this section shall be paid over by the


clerk to the School Commissioners for the benefit of the


public schools.


SEC. 2. And be it enacted, That this Act shall take effect


from the date of its passage.


Approved April i, 1904.




AN ACT to create the office of Treasurer for Charles County,


and to provide for the collection of taxes therein.


SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Mary-

Creating office

land, That" at the general election on the Tuesday after the

of Treasurer
for Charles

first Monday in November, 1905, and every four years there-


after, a County Treasurer shall be elected by the qualified


voters of Charles County, who shall hold office for the term


of four years from the first day of May next following his


election and until his successor shall qualify, who shall be


ineligible for re-election until after an interval of one full


term and until he shall have fully settled up all business con-


nected with his former term.


SEC. 2. And be it enacted, That the said Treasurer shall be

Treasurer to

the collector of all State taxes and all county taxes for what-

collect State
and county

soever purposes levied or to be levied for within said county


during the term of his office or that may be placed in his hands


for collection; and he shall have full power and it shall be


his duty to receive and collect all State and county taxes levied


as aforesaid after this Act shall take effect, and so put in his


hands for collection, and all moneys which may be due said

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