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2076 ARTICLE 9.

fail to discharge any of the duties of his office he may, in addition to the
remedy on his bond, be fined by the Town Commissioners in their dis-
cretion, not exceeding ten dollars for any one offense, for the payment of
which fine his bond shall be liable and responsible.

1939, ch. 214, sec. 23.

62. The President shall preside at all meetings of the Town Commis-
missioners and he shall have all the power of a justice of the peace for
the collecting and recovering of fines and penalties and the committing

of offenders for violations of law within the corporate limits of said
town, or of any ordinance duly passed and enacted by said Town Com-
missioners; and an appeal from his decision and judgment in any case
may be taken to the Circuit Court for Charles County, which shall hear

and determine the matter as upon appeals from justices of the peace; pro-
vided, the party aggrieved by such decision and judgment give bond, with
sureties approved by the President in double the amount of the judgment
and cost against him.

1929, ch. 214, sec. 24.

63. Any justice of the peace for Charles County residing for the time
in the Town of Cobb Island is hereby declared to be the conservator of
the peace of the town, and it shall be his duty to order the arrest of any
person breaking the peace of the town or disturbing the quiet and order
thereof, or violating any of the ordinances made and passed by the Town
Commissioners for securing the safety of the property or persons of the
inhabitants of the town; and upon complaint being made under oath be-
fore any such justice of the peace of the violation of any ordinance of the
Town of Cobb Island, he shall forthwith issue process against the offender
in the name of the Town Commissioners of Cobb Island to recover the fine
or penalty imposed for the violation of such ordinance and may hear and

determine the matter as in other cases arising under the laws of this State
in which he has jurisdiction, and shall receive the same fees therefor.

1929, ch. 314, sec. 25.

64. All fines and penalties as well as all taxes collected under the provi-

sions of this Act, shall be collected in the name of and for the use of the
Town Commissioners of Cobb Island, who shall expend the same as in
their judgment they may deem best for the purposes of the corporation.

1920, ch. 214, sec. 26.

65. Twenty-five per cent of such ta,xes for public or county road pur-
poses as are levied by the County Commissioners of Charles County upon
the inhabitants or the property in the Town of Cobb Island shall be

expended on the streets and roads within the corporate limits of said town,
under such rules and regulations as may be agreed upon or adopted by
and between the Road Commissioners for Charles County and the Town
Commissioners.

 

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