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Session Laws, 1892
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the streets, lanes and alleys of said town, and impose a tax

on any lot or lots fronting on any street, lanes or alley for


the purpose of grading, regulating, paving and repairing


the footways in front thereof, or to compel by fines or other-


wise, the owner or owners of any lot or lots to pave or repair

the footways in front thereof agreeable to the ordinances to

be passed by said commissioners, and they shall have power

to open and establish new streets, lanes and alleys, and to

straighten and widen old streets, lanes and alleys, and to

provide for the payment of damages, and expenses incurred

by opening, widening or straightening the streets, lanes

and alleys as aforesaid, by levying and assessing the same

generally upon the whole assessable property of the town,

or upon the persons to be benefited thereby, that the com-

missioners are also empowered to erect lamps and to provide

for the lighting of the same, also to provide for public water

pumps, and also a public pound for the purpose of impound-

ing trespassing stock and shall fix the amount of fines for

every head of stock so impounded, and also that such stock

shall be liable for all fines, costs and feeding the same.

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


from the date of its passage.

Approved April 7th, 1892.


AN ACT to protect brook trout in Baltimore County.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of

Maryland, That it shall not be lawful in Baltimpre County

for any person to take, catch or kill any brook trout less



than six inches in length or in any manner or by any con-

trivance whatsoever saving only with line and hook baited

or tied with the artificial fly, or to take, catch or kill or have

in his possession any brook trout except during the mouths

of March, April, May and June, under a penalty of ten dol-

lars for each and every brook trout so taken, caught, killed


or had in his possession ; but this section shall not prevent

any person or corporation from catching brook trout in any

manner or at any time in waters owned by him or them or

upon his or their premises to stock other waters.

SEC. 2. That any violation of the preceding section may be


prosecuted by any citizen of said county before any justice

whom to,
be pre-

of the peace or Circuit Court for said conuty or a justice of


the peace of the city or county or Circuit Court for the

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