Ch. 283 2004 LAWS OF MARYLAND
or erect mooring piles, floating wharves, buoys, or anchors without a license or permit
from the port wardens. If any person violates the provisions of this section, or if any
person builds any wharf or pier a greater distance into the waters of the port, or in a
different form, or of different materials than determined and allowed by the wardens,
he is subject to a fine as imposed by the legislative body of the municipal corporation.
(iii) In all differences that arise between any aggrieved party and
the port wardens of that municipal corporation concerning the discharge of the duties
of the port wardens, an appeal may be taken to the legislative body of the municipal
corporation OR IF AUTHORIZED BY THE MUNICIPAL CORPORATION BY ORDINANCE,
TO THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE APPROPRIATE COUNTY.
SECTION 2. AND BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That this Act shall take effect
October 1, 2004.
Approved May 11, 2004.
(Senate Bill 499)
AN ACT concerning
Task Force on the Prevention and Elimination of State Council on Cancer
Control - Cervical Cancer Committee of the Maryland Comprehensive
Cancer Control Plan
FOR the purpose of establishing a
Task Force on the Prevention and Elimination ofCervical Cancer Committee of the Maryland Comprehensive Cancer Control
providing for the composition, chairman, vice chairman, and staff of the requiring the Department of Health and
Task Force; authorizing the chairman of the Task Force to establish certain
committees and make certain appointments to certain committees; providing
that members of the Task Force may not receive compensation, but may be
reimbursed for certain expenses
Mental Hygiene to staff the Committee; providing for the duties of the
Task Committee; requiring the
Task Force to submit an annual reportCommittee to present certain findings and recommendations to the Governor
and to the General Assembly on or before certain dates; providing for the
termination of this Act; and generally relating to the
Task Force on the Cervical Cancer Committee of the Maryland
Prevention and Elimination of
Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan.
WHEREAS, Cervical cancer is the tenth most common cancer among females in
the United States; and
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