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Session Laws, 1968
Volume 683, Page 608   View pdf image
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608                             LAWS OF MARYLAND                       CH. 421

violation fines and costs to the Department of Motor Vehicles. The
department of finance of Montgomery County shall regularly audit
the accounts and records of the chief clerk and said branch clerks
and shall furnish the Department of Motor Vehicles and the State
Comptroller regularly a certificate attesting to the fact that an audit
verification of traffic violation fines and costs imposed in the People's
Court of Montgomery County has been made, and that all fines and
costs due the State of Maryland have been remitted to the Department
of Motor Vehicles. Each of said branch clerks shall have custody of
all monies paid into the court for any purpose and shall deposit such
monies promptly in an account in the name of the chief clerk in
Montgomery County; upon deposit in said account or accounts, the
chief clerk shall have custody of all such monies. Each branch clerk
shall report promptly to the chief clerk all fines, forfeitures and
costs and shall report any funds in his custody. The chief clerk shall
prepare, sign and deliver with appropriate remittances to county and
State officials such reports of fines, forfeitures and costs as are
required of trial magistrates by law. The chief clerk, the deputy
clerk and the several branch clerks shall perform such other duties
as shall be properly assigned to them by the judges of the People's
Court, and they shall receive such salary as shall be fixed by the
County Council of said county in equal monthly installments; the
chief clerk before entering upon his duties shall give bond to the
State of Maryland in the penalty of fifty thousand dollars
($50,000.00) and the said branch clerks and deputy chief clerk before
entering upon their duties shall each give bond to the State of Mary-
land in the penalty of twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000.00);
each of said bonds shall be for the full four-year term of office and
shall have corporate sureties satisfactory to the county manager, the
premium of said bonds to be paid by the County Council of Mont-
gomery County. The County Council for Montgomery County shall
provide such additional clerical help as may be necessary to carry
out the administrative work of said court and its branches at salaries
to be fixed by said County Council for Montgomery County.

Notwithstanding any other provision of this subsection the clerks
of the branches of the People's Court shall perform their duties and
maintain their offices where directed by the Chief Judge.

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That this Act shall take effect
July 1, 1968.

Approved April 10, 1968.

(House Bill 126)

AN ACT to add new Section 534G SECTIONS 534G AND 534H to
Article 27 of the Annotated Code of Maryland (1967 Replacement
Volume and 1967 Supplement), title "Crimes and Punishments,"
subtitle "Crimes and Punishments," subheading "Sabbath Break-
ing," to follow immediately after Section 534F thereof, to exclude

Prince George's County from the provisions limiting work or

labor or the selling of merchandise or articles of operation of


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