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192

LAWS OF MARYLAND.


CHAPTER 139.


AN ACT to repeal and re-enact with amendments, section


44 of article 14 of volume 2 of the Code of Public Local


Laws of Maryland, title " Howard County," sub-title


" County Commissioners and County Collectors," and to


add five additional sections thereto, to be known and


designated as section 44 A, 44 B, 44 C, 44 D and 44 E


respectively.


SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of


Maryland, That section 44 of article 14 of volume 2, of the

Repeal and
re-enact-

Code of Public Local Laws of Maryland, title "Howard

ment

County," sub-title "County Commissioners and County Col-


lectors," be and the same is hereby repealed and re-enacted


with amendments so as to read as follows :


SEC. 44 A. The county commissioners of Howard County


shall at their first regular meeting, held in the month of

Clerk to

May in each year, annually appoint some suitable person,

county
commis-

who shall be a resident of said county, clerk to their board,

sioners

who, before entering upon the duties of his said office, shall


make oath in due form of law before the clerk of the Circuit


Court for said county, to well and faithfully perform the


duties of clerk to the Couuty Commissioners of Howard


County, and shall also execute and deliver to said county

Bond.

commissioners a good and sufficient bond with such surety


or sureties as may be approved by them, in the penalty of


twenty thousand ($20,000) dollars, conditioned for the faith-


ful performance of his duties as clerk to the said county


commissioners, which said bond shall be recorded in the


office of the clerk of the Circuit Court for said county, and


a copy thereof, duly certified by said clerk, shall be evidence


in any court in this State ; and should said clerk fail to


execute such bond as aforesaid, within thirty days after he

Vacancy.

shall have been appointed, or should said office at any time


become vacant by reason of death, resignation or otherwise,


the said county commissioners shall, within fifteen days


thereafter, proceed to fill the same by the appointment of


some such suitable person for the remainder of the term for


which said appointment shall have been made, and such


appointee shall in like manner make oath and execute a


bond for the performance of his duties in the manner and


within the time aforesaid.


SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That the five following


sections be and the same are hereby added to said article

New
sections

14, to stand immediately after section 44, and be known and


designated as sections 44 A, 44 B, 44 C, 44 D and 44 E


respectively:



 
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