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The Maryland Code, Public Local Laws, 1888
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meanor, but all such persons shall be released only on the order
of the committing justice, the judge of the criminal court, or
one of the members of the board, or other lawful process.

1867, ch. 867.

739. The said board of police commissioners are required, on
the requisition of the Druid Hill park commissioners, to detail
from time to time such number of the regular police force of
said city as the said board may deem necessary for the preserva-
tion of order within the said park, which detailed force shall
have the same power in the premises that the police force of the,
city have, as conservators of the peace.


740. Nothing in this sub-title of this article shall be so' con-
strued as to destroy or diminish the liability or responsibility of
the mayor and city council of Baltimore for any failure to dis-
charge the duties and obligations of said mayor and city council,
or any of them, or give the said mayor and council any control
over said board, or any omcer of police, policeman or detective
appointed thereby.

Altvater v. Mayor, &c , 31 Md. 462. Flynn v. Canton Co. of Balto , 40 Md.
312. Sinclair v. Mayor, &c , 59 Md. 592.


741. All persons arrested in the day time under the provisions
of this sub-title of this article shall be taken by the officer
making the arrest, immediately before the nearest police justice
for examination.

1884, ch. 187.

742. Whenever any person shall be arrested in the city of
Baltimore, charged with any crime or misdemeanor, or for being
drunk or disorderly, or for any breach of the peace, and shall be
taken before any of the police justices of the peace of the said
city, and any such person shall be found to have concealed
about his person any pistol, dirk knife, bowie-knife, sling-shot,
billy, brass, iron or any other metal knuckles, razor, or any other
deadly weapon whatsoever, such person shall be subject to a
fine of not less than five dollars nor more than twenty-five


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