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Code of the Public Local Laws of Maryland, 1930
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him an account of said charges in words at length; and no account for
officers' fees, rendered for services to or in behalf of any county of this
State, shall be allowed by the County Commissioners thereof, until said
account has been submitted to and approved by the judges of the court
of said county or a majority thereof.

P. L. L., 1888, Art. 9, sec. 121. 1860, Art. 9, sec. 121.

214. The preceding section shall only apply to the counties of Charles,
Caroline, Kent, Talbot, Prince George's, Queen Anne's, Harford and Dor-


1890, ch. 143.

215. The Orphans' Court of Charles County shall hold but two sessions
in a month in each and every year, beginning on the first and third Tues-
day of each month, and shall sit but one day at a session unless actual
and pressing business requires it to sit for a longer time.

1920, ch. 437.

216. The Judges of the Orphans' Court of Charles County shall receive
the sum of six ($6.00) dollars for every day's attendance upon the session
of said court.


P. L. L., 1888, Art. 9. sec. 122. 1884, ch. 463.

217. It shall not be lawful for any person to employ any canoe, boat or
vessel in catching or taking oysters with scoop, scrape, drag or dredge, or
any similar instrument, within the waters or the tributaries of the Potomac
River bordering upon the shores of Charles County, from the most eastern
point of the headland, known as Posey's Bluff, to a buoy near the southern
or southeastern point or prong of Herron Island; thence to a buoy near
the end of Cobb Point Bar; thence to Piney Point Lighthouse; thence
to the end of Saint George's Island Bar; thence to Cornfield Point in
Saint Mary's County; and from the eastern extremity of Posey's Bluff,
running along the Potomac River, including all the tributaries of said
river in Charles County, as far as Nanjemoy Creek; nor shall any person
take or catch oysters for sale within said waters otherwise than with
tongs, as restricted and regulated by the provisions of Article 72 of the
Code of Public General Laws, title "Oysters."

P. L. L., 1888, Art. 9, sec. 123. 1884, ch. 463.

218. Any person violating the provisions of the preceding section shall
be fined a sum not less than fifty dollars nor more than one hundred dol-

*This subtitle probably superseded In whole or in pnrt by later general laws
See Art. 72, Annotated Code.


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