Supplement to the Maryland Code.
PUBLIC GENERAL LAWS.
Chapter 156 amends section 20, as follows:
SEC. 1. An appeal shall be allowed from any final decree, or
order in the nature of a final decree, passed by a Court of
Equity, by any one or more of the persons parties to the suit,
with or without the assent or joinder of co-complainants or co-
defendants in such appeal; provided, that if the Court of Appeals
shall affirm the judgment of the court below, they shall not
award costs of the appeal against any one except the person or
persons that shall have appealed; provided, such appeal be taken
within nine months from the time of making such decree or
order, and not afterwards, unless it shall be alleged on oath that
such order was obtained by fraud or mistake.
In force from February 19, 1864.
Chapter 322 amends sections 30, 32, as follows:
2. No appeals shall be dismissed because a copy of the record
shall not have been transmitted within the time required by
law, if it shall appear to the Court of Appeals, that such delay-
was occasioned by the neglect or omission of the clerk, but if
the clerk shall have prepared the records as required by law,
and the appellant or plaintiff in error shall have neglected or
omitted to pay for such record or by any other neglect or omis-