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1929.                                                                           LAWS OF MARYLAND.

  CHAP. 11  
receive proposals, who shall give bond and security to the
said commissioners, for building the same in a  good and substantial
manner, and for a sum not exceeding one thousand
dollars.

                                            ———
Passed Jan. 21, 1830.
                                        CHAPTER 12.

An act supplemental to an act, entitled, '
an act for the regulation
    and improvement of the village of Denton, in Caroline
    county.

Permission to fit
up.
    Section 1.  Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Maryland,
That James Sangston, John Brown, Nehemiah Fountain,
Bennett Wherrett and James Hand, the Commissioners of
the village of Denton, their successors or a majority of them,
be, and they are hereby authorised and empowered, to build or
fit up a room or rooms within the market house in said village
of Denton, as they, or a majority of them, may think proper:
Provided, That a sufficiency of space be still left in said market
house, to accommodate such persons as bring articles of
marketing into said village.
Collect rents, &c.
     Sec. 2.  And be it enacted, That the said commissioners or
a majority of them, are hereby authorised to rent, let or lease
out, the room or rooms as aforesaid, when completed, and collect
by warrant or otherwise, according to law, from any person
or persons to whom said room or rooms may be rented or
leased, or who may occupy the same, such rent or rents, and
the money when collected, to be appropriated as is directed
by the act to which this is a supplement.

                                            ———
Passed Jan. 21, 1830.
                                        CHAPTER 13.

An act to change the time of holding the November term of
                                 Somerset county Court.

Time prescribed.
    Section 1.  Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Maryland,
That from and after the passage of this act, the County
Court for Somerset county, shall be held on the third Monday
in May and the third Monday in November, for each and
every year; and that all causes, pleas, process and proceedings,
civil and criminal, returnable to, or depending before the said
County Court, shall be returnable to the third Monday in May
and the third Monday in November, any law to the contrary
notwithstanding.





 
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