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Session Laws, 1830
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DANIEL MARTIN, ESQURE, GOVERNOR.
other county charges in said counties are, and shall be paid
by the county wherein such damages may be sustained.
Sec. 4. And be it enacted, That the said commissioners,
before they proceed to act, shall take an oath, or affirma-
tion, before some justice of the peace, that they will, with-
out favour, partiality or prejudice, assess the damages sus-
tained by the persons through whose lands the said road
may pass; nor shall the said commissioners proceed to act
unless in the opinion of the levy court of Frederick coun-
ty, and the commissioners of Baltimore county, the mu-
tual interest and convenience of the said counties shall re-
quire the opening and laying out said road.

83
1830.
CHAP. 81.
Oath.

CHAPTER 80,

 
 

A Supplement to the act, entitled, An act to prevent
the, unnecessary accumulation of Costs on all Actions
or Suits at Law in the County Courts of this State,
passed at December session eighteen hundred and
twenty-nine, chapter one hundred and sixty-six.

Passed Feb. 9.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Maryland,
That in all cases where, under the provisions of said act
to which this is a supplement, judgments shall he obtain-
ed at the second term, a stay of execution shall he allowed
to the first Thursday of the ensuing term, instead of the
lost day as therein provided, and that so much of said act
bo and the same is hereby repealed.

Part of original
act repealed.

CHAPTER 81.

 
 

A Supplement to the act, entitled, An act empowering
and directing the Commissioners of Cecil County to
build two Fire- Proof Offices, for the use of the Clerks
of the County and Register of Wills, for the safe
keeping of the Records appertaining to their respec-
tive Offices, in the. Town of Elkton.

Passed Feb. 9.

Section 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of
Maryland, That the commissioner* of Cecil county are

Levy authoris-
ed.

 

 
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