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Session Laws, 1892
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FRANK BROWN, ESQUIRE, GOVERNOR.

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SEC. 21. And be it enacted, All fines and penalties and


forfeitures imposed by this sub-title of this article, or any

Fines, &c.

ordinance of the commissioners, may be collected in the


name of the commissioners of Aberdeen before any justice


of the peace in the same manner as small debts are collected,


and the delinquent shall stand committed to the county jail


until the same are paid with costs.


SEC. 22. And be it enacted, That justice of the peace of


Harford County, resident in the town, are hereby declared


to be conservators of the peace of the town, and it shall be

Justices of

their duty to order the arrest of any person found by them

the peace

breaking the peace or disturbing the quiet and order of the


town, or violating any of the ordinances made by the com-


missioners for securing the safety of the property or the


lives of the inhabitants of the town, and upon complaint


made before them, of the violation of any ordinance of the


said town, shall issue process in the name of the commis-


sioners of Aberdeen, to recover fine or penalty imposed for


the violation of such ordinance against the party offending,


and may hear and determine the matter, as any case arising


under the laws of this State, and shall receive the same


fees therefor.


SEC. 23. And be it enacted, The commissioners for the


county, justice of the peace, sheriff, constable and all other

Exemp-
tion,

county and State officers shall have, hold and exercise their


offices in the jurisdiction of said town, provided, that all


the property within the corporate limits of said town shall


hereafter be exempt from taxation for public, district or


county road purposes outside of the said corporate limits.


SEC. 24. And be it enacted, That the commissioners of said

Board of
health.

town shall have the same powers that are now exercised by


the health board of this State, restricted, however, to the


limits of the town.


SEC. 25. And be it enacted, The commissioners shall have


the power to regulate privies and to regulate the character

Regulate

of boxes or other fixtures for them, and the mode in which

privies.

they shall be emptied and their contents removed, and shall


prohibit the construction of maintainan'ce of privy sinks,


sess-pools or other deposits of filth within the said cor-


porate limits.


SEC. 26. And be it enacted, That this act shall take effect

Effective.

from the date of its passage.


Approved March 22d, 1892.




 
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