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Session Laws, 1835
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CHAP. 367

of this act, may be recovered by action of debt, or on


the case, for money had and received, by and in the


name of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore.

Location in Wards

SEC. 11. And be it enacted, That the Governor and


Council, in the commissions to the aldermen respect-


ively, shall designate the particular ward of the city


of Baltimore, in which such alderman shall hold his


place of official business, and it shall he the duty of


such alderman accordingly, to hold his place of busi-

Approval of Mayor

ness aforesaid, in such designated ward; Provided how-

and City Council to this act requir-

ever, that this act shall not go into effect, unless at the


present or the next annual session, or any intermedi-


ate session of the City Council of Baltimore, this act


shall he approved by the Mayor and City Council of

On Aldermen qual-

Baltimore, and so soon after such approval as the Go-

ifying commis-sions of Justices

vernor and Council shall appoint the aldermen, and

of Peace expire

they shall qualify as directed by this act, the then ex-


isting commissions of the justices of the peace of the


city of Baltimore shall cease and have no effect; and

Authority to in

provided further, that the Mayor and City Council of

create lees

Baltimore, may after such approval, at any time du-


ring the continuance of this act, increase the amount


of the fees respectively chargeable by said aldermen,


by an addition thereto of not more than twenty-five per


centum of the amounts aforesaid, if it shall appear to


the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, necessary


to make such increase in order to supply the funds ne-


cessary for the salaries of said aldermen.



Passed May 24, 1836

An act to authorise the exchange of certain Real Estate


of John Walsh, in the city of Baltimore, and other


exchanges in like cases.

On application if

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembjy of

to advantage, ex-change authorised

Maryland, That upon application and proceedings


thereon, in manner as is prescribed in cases of sales


of Infants' Estates, to the Court of Chancery, or to


Baltimore County Court, as a Court of Equity, it shall


and may be lawful for said court, if it shall find the

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