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STATE OF MARYLAND,
With the Constitution of the State.
LEWIS MAYER, LOUIS C. FISCHER, AND E. J. D. CROSS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Legalized by the General Assembly of 1878.
PUBLISHED BY JOHN MURPHY & Co.
AN ACT TO LEGALIZE THE REVISED CODE OF PUBLIC GENERAL
Section 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Maryland, That the Revised Code of Public General Laws of the State of Maryland, containing the articles and sections of the present Code and subsequent acts now in force, prepared by Lewis Mayer, Louis C. Fischer, and E. J. D. Cross, be and the same is hereby legalized, and shall be deemed and taken in the Courts of this State as evidence of the articles and sections of the present Code, and the subsequent acts therein codified; provided, that before the same be published the Public General Laws of this Session be incorporated therein.
ENTERED, according to the Act of Congress, in the year 1879,
This "CORRIGENDA and ADDENDA" has been approved by a majority of the Judges of the Court of Appeals, and
has been made a component part of the "Revised Code" by the Act of Assembly of 1889, chap. 49.
Page 29, sec. 19, line 1 from top, for c. 38 read c. 33.
Page 56, sec. 76, line 3 of section, for "Carroll " read "Caroline."
Page 83, sec. 9, line 1 of section, after the word "the" strike out "commencement of each session" and insert in lieu thereof, "first Wednesday in January in each year."
Page 85, sec. 24, line 3 of section strike out "non-resident licenses."
Page 133, sec. 19, line 4 of section, for "act" read "article."
Page 134, sec. 27, line 7 of section, after the word "dollars" insert the following: "For every such license to extend over the whole Eastern Shore or the whole Western Shore, there shall be paid the following rates, to wit: for every license to travel on foot, the sum of sixty dollars; to travel with a horse or other beast of burden, or one horse and other beast of burden and wagon or other vehicle, the sum of one hundred dollars; with two horses or other beasts of burden and wagon or other vehicle, the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars."
Page 172, sec. 18, line 3 of section, strike out "1 of this act" and insert in lieu thereof, "16 of this article."
Page 173, sec. 21, line 5 of section, strike out "second section of this act" and insert in lieu thereof," section 16 of this article."
Page 198, sec. 6, line 2 of section, after the word "commissioners" insert "or mayor and city council."
Page 198, sec. 6, last line of section after the word "county" insert "or city."
Page 209, sec. 25, line 3, strike out the words "in writing" and insert in lieu thereof, “which consent in the case of burial grounds shall be in writing."
Page 213, sec. 42, strike out words "Prince George, Calvert and Talbot" and insert "and" after Worcester. (Repealed as to Prince George, Calvert and Talbot counties by acts 1870, c. 301; 1870, c. 431 and 1872, c. 39.)
Pages 218 and 219, strike out sections 77 to 86, inclusive.
Page 279, sec. 40, line 10 of section, for "two of this act," read "38 of this article."
Page 330, sec. 90, line 10 of section, strike out concluding clause after word "hypothecation."
Page 345, sec. 149, line 5 of section, for "forty-five," read "forty-six."
Page 370, sec. 9, line 6 of section, after the word "collectable," insert "and any act or part of an act inconsistent with the provisions of this act, are hereby repealed; provided, that no right of action accrued or penalty incurred under any existing law repealed by this act, shall be thereby waived or annulled in any way, but the same may be enforced under said acts in the same way as if the repealing clause had not been passed; and "
Page 479, sec. 4, line 1 of section, strike out word "white."
Page 498, sec. 3, line 8 of section, strike out concluding clause, beginning: "This section," &c.
Pages 507 and 508, strike out sections 31 to 40 inclusive.
Pages 524 and 525, strike out part of section 10 beginning at the word "and" in line 2 from top and sections 11 to 18 inclusive.
Page 562, sec. 13, line 9 of section, strike out concluding clause after word "State."
Page 569, sec. 21, line 32 from top of page, strike out "For granting, &c., to $1.00 inclusive."