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68

LAWS OF MARYLAND.

thirty-six cents; to Charles E. Blaney, the sum of twenty-six
dollars and seventy-five cents; to Henry Seim and Company, the
sum of fifty-three dollars and sixty-one cents; to J. L.
McCrea, the sum of two hundred and twenty-three dollars
aud seven cents; to Geo. F. Abraham, the sum of thirty-five
dollars; to H. T. Gernhardt, the sum of fifty-five dollars and
thirty-five cents; to Edward D. Preston, the sum of one
hundred and sixty-six dollars and twenty-six cents; to Louis
Walters, the sum of ten dollars; to the Maryland Paving
Company, the sum of twenty-three dollars; to J. M. Watts,
the sum of sixty-one dollars and thirty-eight cents; to J. W.
Pugsley, the sum of five hundred and seventy-five dollars and
ninety-eight cents; to the Viaduct Manufacturing Company,
the sum of twenty dollars and eighty-five cents; to A. D.
Michael, the sum of three hundred and seventy-nine dollars
and seventy-four cents; to Patrick Mullet), the sum of ten
dollars; to Thomas C. Basshor and Company, the sum of two
hundred and sixty dollars and sixty-six cents; to Vaile and
Young, the sum of seventy-eight dollars and sixty-eight cents ;
to John H. Bird, the snrn of ten dollars and fifty cents, and to
C. Y. Davidson and Company, the- sum of one hundred and
ninety-five dollars and fifty-four cents.

Effective.

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

Approved March 7th, 1894.

CHAPTER 53.

AN ACT to authorize the Mayor and City Council of
Baltimore to provide for the inspection and the regulation
of the sale of milk or any or all other food products offered
for sale in the City of Baltimore, or intended for consump-
tion therein.

Inspection
milk and
other food
products.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted, by the General Assembly of
Maryland, That the mayor and city council of Baltimore
shall have power to provide by ordinance for the proper
inspection of milk or any and all other food products offered



 
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