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Code of the Public Local Laws of Maryland, 1930
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CHARLES COUNTY. 2073

1929, ch. 214, sec. 8.

47. The said Town Commissioners shall annually appoint a clerk, who
shall also be treasurer, who shall keep minutes of their proceedings in
a well-bound book, procured by the Town Commissioners for that purpose,
which shall be open to the inspection of all persons interested therein;
he shall also keep proper accounts as treasurer and shall perform such
other duties as the Town Commissioners may assign to him.

1929, ch. 214, sec. 9.

48. The said Town Commissioners shall annually appoint a bailiff who
shall prevent or disperse disorderly or irregular meetings of persons with-
in the corporate limits of said town; enforce the ordinances enacted by the
Town Commissioners, and perform such other duties as the Town Com-
missioners may prescribe; and who shall have, within said corporate limits
all the authority of a constable in making arrests and serving warrants,
and processes, whether ordered and issued by the Town Commissioners
or the President thereof, or by any justice of the peace.

1929, ch. 214, sec. 10.

49. The Town Commissioners and all other officers of the corporation
created by this Act or appointed by said Town Commissioners shall, before
they enter upon the duties of their respective offices, make oath before
some justice of the peace that they will diligently and faithfully to the
best of their skill and judgment perform the duties of their office, and
shall file a certificate thereof, signed by the officer before whom said oath
was taken, among the records of the corporation.

1929, ch. 214, sec. 11.

50. The clerk and bailiff appointed in accordance with the provisions
of this Act, shall each give bond to the Town Commissioners in such pen-
alty and with such sureties as said Town Commissioners may require and
approve, conditioned for the faithful performance of the duties of their
office as clerk and bailiff, respectively, and the said bonds shall, if the
Town Commissioners require, be recorded in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court for Charles County.

1929, ch. 214, sec. 12,

51. The said Town Commissioners shall allow their clerk and bailiff
such Compensation as may be deemed reasonable by said Commissioners.

1929, ch. 214, sec. 13.

52. The Town Commissioners shall pass and enact ordinances for the
following purposes: to open, widen, straighten, change and close high-
ways, roads, streets, lanes and alleys, within the corporate limits of said
Town of Cobb Island, and may make, grade,and repair the same; to dig
or ditch for drainage purposes and make subways for either drainage or
sewage purposes; to remove nuisances and obstructions from said town;

 

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