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Session Laws, 1832
Volume 547, Page 353   View pdf image (33K)
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CHAP. 294.

An act to authorise the building of a Clerks Office and Re-
gister's Office, for Prince George's County, or the enlarge-
ment of the present Offices.

Passed Mar.22, 1833

Section 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of
Maryland, That John Brookes, William D. Bowie, and
Benjamin Lee, be, and they are hereby appointed commis-
sioners to contract for the building of a clerk's and regis-
ter's office for Prince George's County: or if they should
deem it more expedient, they are hereby authorised to con-
tract for the enlargement of the present offices.

Commissioners to

build or enlarge.

Sec. 2. And be it enacted, That the Levy Court of Prince
George's county, be and they are hereby authorised and
directed to levy on the assessable property of said county
at such times as they may think proper, such sum or sums
of money as the commissioners herein before appointed
shall have contracted to pay for the building or enlarge-
ment of the aforesaid offices.

Levy therefor


At, act for the relief of Benjamin Buck, of the City of

Passed Mar. 22, 1833

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Maryland,
That the commissioners of insolvent debtors for the city
and county of Baltimore, be, and they are hereby autho-
rised and empowered, to grant to Benjamin Buck, of the
city of Baltimore, the benefit of the several acts of As-
sembly, passed for the relief of insolvent debtors; Provided,
the said Benjamin Buck shall, in all respects, (except that
of proving residence,) comply with the requisitions of said
acts of Assembly, and that he satisfy the said commis-
sioners that he did not come into this State with the view
of obtaining the benefit of the said insolvent laws.

Insolvent laws

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