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Clement Dorsey. The general public statutory law and public local law of the state of Maryland : from the year 1692 to 1839 inclusive, with annotations thereto,and a copious index.
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MILITIA.

1561

Sec. 80. And be it enacted, That the justice issuing such
execution and the constable serving the dame, shall be allowed
such fees as are allowed by law, for issuing and serving like
process in cases of small debts.

Executions
and fees.

SEC. 81. And be it enacted, That the several provisions of
this act for enforcing attendance at parades, obedience to
orders and requisitions of the civil authority, and reports to be
made of men and arms, and the restraining improper or disor-
derly conduct in officers or others, the preservation of arms
belonging to the state, the enforcing of penalties under com-
pany by-laws, and collection of fines, shall prevail and be
enforced in the cavalry attached to the third and fourteenth
brigades in the like manner as with other militia thereof, but
the fines incurred by company officers and privates shall be ap-
plied under the direction of the commanding officers to the uses
of the company to which they belong, and when collected shall
be paid over to such person as the commanding officers of the
company shall appoint, and all other fines shall when collected,
be paid over to the paymaster of the regiment and be applied to
regimental purposes under the direction of the commanding
officer thereof.

Provisions
of this act
applied to
the cavalry.

SEC. 82. And be it enacted, That the act for the better regu-
lation of the militia of the city of Baltimore, passed the six-
teenth day of February, eighteen hundred and eighteen, with
the several supplements thereto, be and the same are hereby
repealed, and all such provisions of the several militia laws of
the state, as shall be found repugnant to or inconsistent with
the provisions of this act, shall cease to have effect within the

Former
acts incon-
sistent with
this act
repealed.

limits of said division ; Provided however, that whenever the
militia of said division, or any part thereof shall be called into
actual service, they shall in all respects be subject to the like
regulation and orders as the other militia of this state.

Proviso.

SEC. 83. And be it enacted, That nothing in this act shall be
taken or construed to extend to any part of the militia of this
state, except the division aforesaid.

Limitation
of this act.

SEC. 84. And be it enacted, That all that part of the present
third division not comprised within the limits of the city of
Baltimore, shall be and hereby is, constituted into an additional
division to be known and designated as the fourth division of
the militia of this state, and the governor and council shall be,
and they are hereby authorized and empowered to appoint a
major-general and the necessary staff officers for the organiza-
tion of the said fourth division.

Fourth
division
created.

 

 

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Clement Dorsey. The general public statutory law and public local law of the state of Maryland : from the year 1692 to 1839 inclusive, with annotations thereto,and a copious index.
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