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50

LAWS OF MARYLAND.


SEC. 159 Z. If the clerk of the court, any member of the


Board of Supervisors of Elections in Hagerstown, any offi-

Misde-

cers of registration, or judge of elections sliall lose any

meanors

registry of voters which may be in his or their charge or


custody, or if any such officer or any other person sliall wil-


fully destroy, mutilate, deface, falsify or fraudulently re-


move or secrete any registry of voters, or shall fraudulently


make any false entry in or false copy of any registry of


voters, or part thereof, or shall fraudulently make any entry,


erasure, or alteration in any registry of voters or part there-

Penalty.

of, lie shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon convic-


tion thereof sliall be punished by a fine not exceeding five


hundred dollars, or by imprisonment not exceeding three


years, or by both fine and imprisonment as aforesaid.


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


from the date of its passage.


Approved February 26th, 1892.


CHAPTER 37.


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


three of article ten of the Code of Public General Laws,


title " Attorneys-at-Law and Attorneys in Fact."


SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assemby of


Maryland, That section three of article teu, of the Code of


Public General Laws, title " Attorncys-at-Law and Attor-


neys in Fact," be and the same is hereby repealed, and


re-enacted, with amendments so as to read as follows :


SEC. 3. Upon every such application for any male citi-


zen of Maryland, above the age of twenty -one years, and

Admis-

who shall have been a student of law in any part of the

sion of
Attorneys

United States for at least two years previous to said appli-


cation, it shall be the duty of the court to which such appli-


cation shall be made, to appoint an examining board of not


less than three members of the bar, who shall examine the


applicant, in the presence of the court, touching his quali-


fication for admission as an attorney, and the said court


shall also require and receive evidence of his probity and


general character, and, if upon such actual examination,


and being satisfied that he has been a student of law for at


least two years, and having heard evidence of his probity


and general character, the said court shall be of the opinion


that said applicant is qualified to discharge the duties of


an attorney, and worthy to be admitted, the said court shall



 
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