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Session Laws, 1894 Session
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FRANK BROWN, ESQUIRE, GOVERNOR.

then only after permission from the owner or possessor thereof
first had and obtained, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and
shall, upon conviction before a justice of the peace of the said
county or Circuit Court thereof, be fined not exceeding $25
for each and every offense, and stand committed until fine and
costs are paid, or be sentenced to the House of Correction not
exceeding six months; all fines under this section shall go to
the informer.

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SEC. C. Any person who shall use any lights at night in
hunting wild ducks, geese or musk-rats in Wicomico county,
shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction before a
justice of the peace of the said county or the Circuit Court
thereof, be fined not less than $25 for each and every offense,
and stand committed until fine and costs are paid; all fines
under this section shall go to the informer.

Unlawful to
use lights.

SEC. 2. And be it enacted, That this act shall take effect
from the date of its passage.

Approved March 7th, 1894.

Effective.

CHAPTER 52.

AN ACT to appropriate a sum of money to pay the Treasurer
of the State Board of Education, the amount of sundry
bills paid by him for repairs to the State Normal School
building.


SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of
Maryland, That the Comptroller of the Treasury be and is
hereby authorized and directed to issue his warrant upon the
Treasurer of Maryland, to pay the Treasurer of the State
Board of Education the sum of two thousand two hundred
and sixty-five dollars and seventy-three cents, being the amount
of sundry bills paid by him under the direction of the State
Board of Education, for material furnished and work done at
the Maryland State Normal School building, in the years
eighteen hundred and ninety-two and eighteen hundred and
ninety-three, to the following persons and firms, viz : To C.
J. Stewart and Sons, the sum of seventy-nine dollars and

To pay
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