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GEORGE HOWARD, ESQ. GOVERNOR:

1831.

Sec 2. And be it enacted, That the execution may on an

CHAP. 322.

plication of any party to the court, rendering such judge-

Execution not-

ment or decree, be issued by such court for enforcing the

withstanding may
issue.

payment or satisfaction thereof, notwithstanding the attach-

 

ment aforesaid; Provided, That the monies payable under

 

said judgment or decree, be in the writ of execution afore-

 

said, required to be brought into the court aforesaid, to be

 

by such court preserved and deposited or invested in stocks,

Money to be
brought into courth into court

as it may direct, to abide the event of such proceeding of

await decision.

attachment aforesaid.

 

Sec. 3. And be, it enacted, That in all cases of such at-

Plaintiffs liable

tachment, the garnishee shall not be liable for any cobts,

to costs.

but the costs which would be chargeable to him, shall be

 

charged to and paid by the plaintiff or plaintiffs in such at-

 

tachment.

 

Sec. 4.And be it enacted, That the provisions of the se-

Sec. 7. of original

venth section of the act, to which this is a supplement, be

set, extended.

and the same are hereby declared to extend to cases where

 

the defendant or defendants shall be residents of this state,

 

at the time of issuing the attachment in said section provid-

 

ed for, or at any time afterwards.

 

CHAPTER 322.

 

A supplement to an act, entitled, An act to reduce into one,

Passed Mar 14,1832

the several acts of assembly respecting Elections, and to

 

regulate such Elections.

 

WHEREAS, no appointment of representatives among the

Preamble.

states has been made under the last census, and the num-

 

ber of electors of president and vice president of the

 

United States, to which Maryland may be entitled remains

 

unsettled; And whereas, the ratio of representation most

 

likely to be adopted will give to Maryland ten electors —

 

Therefore,

 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Ma-

In certain event.

land, That for the purpose of choosing electors of presi-

 

dent and vice president at the ensuing election, in the event

 

of this state on the new appointment being entitled to but

 

ten electors, the state shall be divided into four districts in

FOUL districts.

manner following, viz: — Saint Mary's, Charles, Calvert,

 

Anne Arundel, Prince George's, Montgomery, Frederick,

 

Washington, and Allegany counties, with the city of Anna-

 

polis, shall constitute the first district, and elect from among

First district,

the persons resident in said district four electors; the city of

 


 
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