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Session Laws, 1822
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Dec. Ses. 1822

not exceeding thirty dollars, for the support of Matilda Simmons;
thirty dollars for the support of Elizabeth Brewer, to be paid to Ro-
bert Welsh for her use; thirty dollars for the support of Robert
Stalker, to be paid to his brother John Stalker fur his use; thirty dol-
lars to Hannah Jenkins, to be paid to Abner Linthicum for her
use; twenty five dollars for the support of Elizabeth Journey; twenty
five dollars to Maria Dowell, and thirty dollars for the use of Dorothy
Journey, which two last sums shall be paid to Rezin Estep for their
use; twenty dollars to Moses Deaver, on account of his idiot daugh-
ter, and the same sum severally to Lanch Nicholson, Milly Smith,
Ann Childs and Rebecca Blunt, and twenty five dollars to Richard
Joice, and that the same be collected annually by the collector of
Anne Arundel county, and by him paid over to the said persons res-
pectively or to their several orders.

Sarah Mace,

3. And be it enacted. That the sum heretofore levied in the name
of Sarah Moore of said county, be paid over to Sarah Mace for
whom said levy was designed; and that in future the levy court levy
annually twenty dollars for the support of said Sarah Mace, and dis-
continue the levy for Sarah Moore.

Levy court
may reduce,

4. And be it enacted, That the levy courts of the aforesaid counties
shall have power at all times hereafter to reduce or discontinue the
allowance made by law to any out pensioner of their county, when-
ever they shall see fit so to do.

Passed Feb
22, 1823.


An act relating to the inspection of salted fish in the city of "Baltimore.
WHEREAS, it appears by an ordinance passed in eighteen hundred
and twenty one, by the mayor and city council of Baltimore, that the
landing and storage of fish in any warehouse in the city convenient
to market is prohibited, Therefore,

May land fish

Section 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Maryland, That
it shall be lawful for any owner or owners of fish to land any number
of barrels on any public wharf in the city of Baltimore for inspec-
tion, sale or exportation, except between the first day of May and
the first day of November, in each year; Provided, the owner or
owners pay the wharfage which may be incurred, to the owners or
proprietors of the said wharf or wharves, any law, custom, or ordi-
nance to the contrary notwithstanding;

Exception, &c

2. And be it enacted, That when fish are landed at the warehouse
for inspection, that it shall be the duty of the inspector to give a re-
ceipt for the number of barrels of fish, as soon as inspected and coo-
pered; and it shall not be lawful for the inspector to charge for one
month's storage or the hire of a scow, Provided the owner or owners
demand their removal to the city of Baltimore before three o'clock
of the same day they were landed, or if the said owner or owners
choose to take their barrels of fish in their own or any other vessel,
or. the day they are inspected, before five o'clock) any law or ordi-
nance to the contrary notwithstanding.

Passed Feb.
22, 1823.


An act relating to the heirs of Doctor John Trotten, of Baltimore
WHEREAS, it is represented to this general assembly, that Doctor
John Trotten, late of Baltimore county, died intestate seized of cer-
tain lands in Patapsco neck in said county, leaving a widow and three
children his heirs at law, the youngest of whom Mary Trotten is a

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