468 CRIMES AND PUNISHMENTS. [ART. 27
P. G. L , (1860,) art. 30, sec 21. 1809, ch. 138, sec. 5.
27. Every person convicted of the crime of burglary, or as
accessory thereto before the fact, shall restore the thing taken to
the owner thereof, or shall pay him the full value thereof, and be
sentenced to the penitentiary for not less than three nor more
than ten years.
Robinson v. State, 53 Md 151.
Ibid. sec. 22. 1809, ch. 138, sec. 5.
28. Every person, his aiders, abettors and counsellors, who
shall be convicted of the crime of breaking a dwelling-house in
the day-time, with intent to commit murder or felony therein, or
breaking a storehouse, warehouse, or other out house, in the day
or night, with an intent to commit murder or felony therein, shall
be sentenced to the penitentiary for not less than two nor more;
than ten years.
Ibid. sec. 23. 1737, ch. 2, sec. 2. 1809, ch 138, sec. 5.
29. Every person convicted of the crime of breaking into any
shop, storehouse, tobacco house, or warehouse, although the same-
be not contiguous to or used with any mansion house, and steal-
ing from thence any money, goods or chattels, to the value of
one dollar or upwards, or as being accessory thereto, shall restore
the thing taken to the owner thereof, or shall pay him the full
value thereof, and shall be sentenced to the penitentiary for not.
less than two nor more than ten years.
1866, ch. 375.
30. Every person, not being a conservator of the peace en-
titled or required to carry such weapon as a part of his official
equipment, who shall wear or cany any pistol, dirk-knife, bowie-
knife, slung-shot, billy, sand-club, metal knuckles, razor, or any
other dangerous or deadly weapon of any kind whatsoever,
(penknives excepted,) concealed upon or about his person; and
every person who shall carry or wear any such weapon openly,
with the intent or purpose of injuring any person, shall, upon.