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Session Laws, 1935
Volume 579, Page 424   View pdf image (33K)
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The aforegoing exemption of non-residents shall not ap-
ply to operators of motor vehicles or motorcycles who are
residents of States which do not require the display of
identification markers on the same, nor shall it apply to
non-residents of this State who have temporary residences
in this State for periods in excess of three months in any
year, or to non-residents, engaged in the business of trans-
porting persons or property for hire, wholly or. partly upon
or over the public highways of this State, over fixed routes,
or between fixed termini.

Any resident of another State who shall come to this
State and take up permanent residence herein shall be en-
titled to use the license and identification marker. on his, or
her motor vehicle^ for thirty days, and no more from the
time when residence in this State first begins.

Any non-resident operating a motor vehicle in this State
contrary to the provisions of this section shall be deemed
guilty of displaying a fictitious marker, or operating with-
out a license and subject to the penalties prescribed else-
where in this sub-title for such offenses in the case of

Any reciprocal agreement which may exist, or be en-
tered into hereafter between the State of Maryland and
the District of Columbia, in accordance with the provisions
of Section 224 of this Article, shall be subject in every re-
spect to the provisions of this section.

SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That this Act shall
take effect June 1, 1935.

Approved: May 17, 1935.


AN ACT to incorporate the Town of Fairmount Heights,
North Fairmount Heights, Bryn Mawr, Waterford, part
of West Fairmount Heights, part of Weisner's sub-
division, and part of Slocum's sub-division, etc., as here-
inafter described, 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 its adoption or rejection; and to provide for
the election and succession of Mayor and Common Coun-
cil of Fairmount Heights, who shall have power to make
and enforce rules and regulations for the public health


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