SPIRO T. AGNEW, Governor 107
counties, before entering upon his official duties, shall give to the
State of Maryland and file with the clerk of the circuit court for
the county, a good and sufficient bond, with corporate security to be
approved by the county commissioners or county council of the
county for which he was appointed or in which the court is located,
or in the case of Montgomery County, with the county manager
thereof, in the penalty of five thousand dollars ($5,000.00), upon
the condition expressed in each of said bonds that the said judge
or magistrate, giving it will truly and faithfully discharge, execute
and perform all and singular the duties and obligations of a judge
or magistrate, and that he will account for and pay over to the
county commissioners or county council of the county or to whom-
soever else may be otherwise or hereafter designated by law as
the proper recipient thereof, all fees, costs, fines, penalties and for-
feitures which he is bound to account for and pay over as aforesaid,
and that he will faithfully and truly account for and pay over to the
person or corporation entitled thereto all money belonging to such
person or corporation which may come into his hands as such
judge or magistrate.
Every justice of the peace other than a trial magistrate or a
substitute trial magistrate, and every clerk to a trial magistrate
(except in Anne Arundel, Montgomery and Prince George's coun-
ties), shall, before entering upon his duties, give a corporate bond
similarly conditioned, in the amount of $1,000.
The Commissioner of Motor Vehicles may by regulation require
the several trial magistrates to give and file such additional bonds
as in his determination shall be advisable or necessary in relation
to the amount of fines, forfeitures, penalties and costs imposed and
collected by them individually in cases involving violations of the
motor vehicle laws. Except as to amount, such additional bonds
shall be subject generally to the terms and conditions applying to
the several bonds as required by this section.
The premiums of all bonds required by this subtitle shall be paid
by the county commissioners or county council.
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That this Act shall take effect
June 1, 1967.
Approved March 24, 1967.
(House Bill 428)
AN ACT to repeal and re-enact, with amendments, Section 40 (p)
of Article 10 of the Annotated Code of Maryland (1957 Edition
and 1966 Supplement), title "Attorneys at Law and Attorneys in
Fact," subtitle "State's Attorney," amending the laws to modify
the provisions relating to the salaries of the deputy and assistant
State's Attorneys, clerks and the special investigator in Montgom-
ery County and to increase the number of assistant State's At-
torneys from five to six and the number of clerks from four to