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Session Laws, 1927
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302 LAWS OF MARYLAND. [CH. 178

ballots shall be immediately cancelled by the Judges by en-
dorsing thereon the word "Cancelled. "

SEC. 4. And be it further enacted, That Section 18 of the
said Act be and is hereby amended by striking out the words
"Town Treasurer" and inserting in place thereof the words
"Town Clerk, " so as to conform to the provisions of Section 9
of this Act, and so that Section 18, as amended, shall read:

Section 18. And be it further enacted, That it shall be the
duty of the Town Clerk, as soon as the annual tax levy is made
and placed in his hands for collection, to give notice by adver-
tisement in one newspaper published in the County and pro-
ceed to the collection of taxes through the town of Brentwood
in compliance with the laws for collection of State and County
taxes in Prince George's County.

SEC. 5. And be it further enacted, That this Act is hereby
declared to be an emergency law and necessary for the imme-
diate preservation of the public health and safety, and having
been passed upon a yea and nay vote, supported by three-fifths
of all the members elected to each of the two Houses of the
General Assembly, the same shall take effect from the date
of its passage.

Approved April 1, 1927.

CHAPTER 178.

AN ACT to incorporate the town of Colmar Manor, in Prince
George's County, Maryland, to provide for the government
thereof, and to provide for the submission of this question
to the qualified voters of said town for their adoption or
rejection.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of
Maryland, That the citizens of the town of Colmar Manor as
hereinafter defined are a body corporate, by the name of the
Mayor and Town Council of Colmar Manor, Maryland, and
by that name may have perpetual succession, sue and be sued,
have and use a common seal, and may purchase and hold all
kinds of property including real estate, or dispose of the same
by sale or lease for the benefit of said district.

 

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