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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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THE

PUBLIC GENERAL LAW

OF

MARYLAND.

DECEMBER, 1827. CHAPTER 47.

 

AN additional SUPPLEMENT to an ACT, entitled, an Act respecting the
Equity Jurisdiction of the County Courts of this State.
Repealed by 1828, ch. 28.

 

CHAPTER 51.

AN ACT to repeal an ACT, to declare certain Trespasses Felony, and for
other purposes, passed at December session, 1826, chapter 260, so far
as it relates to Calvert and Baltimore counties.

 

Be it enacted, by the General Assembly of Maryland, That
the act to declare certain trespasses felony, and for other pur-
poses, passed at December session, 1826, chapter 260, be, and
the same is hereby repealed, so far as it relates to Calvert and
Baltimore counties.

Repeal in
part of act
of 1826, ch.
260.

CHAPTER 62.

 

AN additional SUPPLEMENT to the ACT, entitled, an Act concerning Crimes
and Punishments, passed at November session, one thousand eight hun-
dred and nine.*

*Ch. 133.

SEC. 1. Be it enacted, by the General Assembly of Maryland,
That any person who may pass within this state any forged or
counterfeited note or notes, knowing them to be such, purport-
ing to be the genuine note or notes of a bank which has been,
or may be regularly constituted by this state, or any of the
United States, or by the United States, shall be deemed a
felon, and shall, on being duly convicted thereof, be sentenced
to undergo confinement in the penitentiary for a period not less
than five, nor more than ten years, to be treated as directed by
the act to which this is a supplement.

Penalty for
passing
forged
notes.

SEC. 2. And be it enacted, That if any person shall be con-
victed a second time of the aforesaid crime, such person shall
be sentenced to undergo confinement in the penitentiary for a
period not less than ten not more than twenty years.

For second
offence.

 

 

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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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