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Session Laws, 1892
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recorded opposite the name stricken off. At the end of each

day's registries, or revision of registration, one of said

registers in the city of Baltimore, or the register in the

county, shall sign his name or initials, immediately under

the last name registered, under each letter in each of said

duplicate registries, so that no new name can be added

without discovery, and should any of said officers of regis-

tration of the several counties of this State, be unable to sit

and register the qualified voters of their respective election

districts, on the final day of the October sittings for regis-

tration, by reason of sickness, or other unavoidable cause,

all persons qualified to be registered who shall appear in

person at the place of registration on said day, and who

shall fail to be registered by reason of such disability of the

officer of registration, shall have the same right of appeal

as if they had been refused registration by the officers of

registration, the provisions of this section so far as they

refer to the striking off of any names from the registry lists,

shall not apply to the action of the officers of registration in

the city of Baltimore, in the years in which there is an entire

new registration in said city as hereinafter provided.


SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That this act shall take

effect from the date of its passage.

Approved March 30th, 1892.


AN ACT to add certain sections under the sub-title, " Hur-

lock " to article ten of the Code of Public Local Laws,

title "Dorchester County."


SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of


Maryland, That the following sections under the sub-title

"Hurlock" be added to article ten of the Code of Public

Local Laws, title '' Dorchester County " and that they be

numbered as herein specified :

325. The inhabitants of Hnrlock shall be and are hereby


made a body corporate by the name of the Commissioners

of Hurlock and as such shall have perpetual succesion and

by that name may sue and be sued, and may purchase and

hold real and personal estate for the use and benefit of said

corporation and may dispose of the same, and may use a

common seal which they may change at pleasure.

326. The corporate limits of said village shall be included

within the following metes and bounds, to-wit : Beginning

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