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1766.                         16  FREDERICK Lord BALTIMORE.

                                        CHAP. VIII.
An ACT to enable the vestrymen and churchwardens of St. Paul's parish, in Baltimore
    county, to nominate and recommend inspectors for Baltimore-town
    warehouse.

At a SESSION of ASSEMBLY, begun and held
    at the city of ANNAPOLIS, on Saturday the first day
    of November, in the 16th Year of the dominion of
    the Right Honourable FREDERICK, absolute lord
    and proprietary of the provinces of Maryland and
    Avalon, lord baron of Baltimore, &c. and ended the
    sixth day of December, anno domini 1766:  The
    following laws were enacted.

                    HORATIO SHARPE, Esq; Governor.

                                            CHAP. I.
An ACT continuing an act, entitled, An act for amending the staple of tobacco,
    for preventing frauds in his majesty's customs, and for the limitation of officers
    fees.

    The act of 1763, ch. 18, was continued until the 25th of December 1769.  It was afterwards continued
by the act of 1769, ch. 7, until the 1st of October, 1770; and by the act of September, 1770, ch. 1.
it was continued until the 22d day of October, 1771, when it expired.

                                            CHAP. II.
An ACT to repeal part of an act, entitled, An act for destroying Crows and Squirrels
    in particular counties, and of red Foxes in Kent and Queen-Anne's counties,
    so far as the same extends to Somerset, Dorchester, and Worcester counties.
    See the act of November, 1765, ch. 35.
                                            CHAP. III.
An ACT continuing an act, entitled, An act for the speedy recovery of small debts
                    out of court, before one justice of the peace.

    The act of 1763, ch. 21, is continued for seven years, &c.  It was afterwards continued for seven
years, &c. by the act of November, 1773, ch. 13, but that act, together with the principal act, has been
repealed by the act of June, 1777, ch. 12..

                                            CHAP. IV.
An ACT continuing an act, entitled, An act for the gauge of barrels for pork,
        beef, pitch, tar, turpentine, and tare of barrels for flour and bread.

    The act of 1745, ch. 15, is continued for seven years, &c.  It was afterwards continued for seven
years, &c. by the act of November, 1773, ch. 15; and for seven years, &c. by the act of May, 1781,
ch. 29.

                                            CHAP. V.
An ACT continuing an act, entitled, An act to remedy some evils relating to servants.
 
    The act of 1750, ch. 5, is continued for seven years, &c.  It was afterwards continued for seven years,
&c. by the act of November, 1773, ch. 12; and for seven years, &c. by the act of Mary, 1781, ch. 29.
                                            CHAP. VI.
An ACT continuing an act, entitled, A supplementary act to the act, entitled, An
    act ascertaining the height of fences, to prevent the evil occasioned by the multitude
    of horses, and restraining horse-rangers within this province; and to redress
    the great evil accruing to this province, by the multiplicity of useless
    horses, mares and colts, that run in the woods.

    The act of 1750, ch. 25, is continued for three years, &c.  It expired with the session of 1769; but
the act of that session, ch. 18, has the same title with the act of 1750, ch. 25, and contains nearly the
same provisions.  That act of 1769 was suffered to expire, and the act of 1750, ch. 25, was revived, and



 
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