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Session Laws, 1813
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terest of the heirs of the said Thomas C. Bowie, in and
to the said premises hereby authorised to be sold and
conveyed as aforesaid.
2. AND BE IT ENACTED, That the said trustees
before they proceed to sell under the authority of this act,
shall give a bond to the state of Maryland conditioned
for the faithful discharge of the trust in the premises, to
be approved of by the justices of the orphans' court of
Prince George's county.


Dec. Sess.

Trustee shall
give bond.

An act to prohibit the collection of certain wharfages
within the city of Baltimore.
Section 1. BE IT ENACTED by the General Assem-
bly of Maryland, That it shall not hereafter be lawful
for the mayor and city council of Baltimore, to collect
or impose any tax, duty, toll or wharfage upon any
goods, wares or merchandise or other articles, for the
passing the same over any of the public wharves within

Passed Jan.

27, 1814.


the said city; Provided always, That nothing herein con-
tained shall be so taken or construed as to deprive the
said corporation of the right of regulating by ordinance,
the time during which any goods, wares or merchandise,
or other articles, shall remain on the said public wharves,
or the time which the vessels, boats or scows, taking in
or discharging such goods, wares or merchandise, shall
remain at said wharves.



An act authorising Matthias Dashiell, former sheriff
and collector of Somerset county to complete his col-
Section 1. BE IT ENACTED by the General As-
sembly of Maryland, That the said Matthias Dashiell
be, and he is hereby authorised to collect until the first
day of January eighteen hundred and fifteen, all balan-
ces due him as sheriff and collector of Somerset county,
in the same manner as he could or might have done with-
in the time limitted by law, any law to the contrary not-

Passed Jan.

26, 1814.

Time for col-
lection extend-

2. AND BE IT EM ACTED, That it shall be the
duty of the said Matthias Dashiell before he proceeds to
execute or distrain the property of any person or persons
for officers' fees or public dues in virtue of this act, to
deliver to such person or persons, chargeable with the
same, at least thirty days previous to levying such
execution or distress, an account written in words at
full length, of the officers fees or public dues demanded
of him, her or them, with an affidavit annexed if requi-
red, that he hath not received any part thereof nor any
thing as security or satisfaction for the same more than
credits given, to the best of his knowledge.


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