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Session Laws, 1906 Session
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1420

LAWS OF MARYLAND.

CHAP 826

Criminal
docket kept.

SEC. 20. And be it enacted, That the Mayor shall keep a
criminal docket with index, and shall record all proceedings
of cases which come before him for trial.
SEC. 21. And be it enacted, That those parts of the sev-
eral county roads within the limits of said town are hereby

Public streets
and avenues.

made and declared to be public streets or avenues of said
town, and shall be from time to time improved and repaired,
as in the discretion of the Council the public interest may
require and the resources of the town may justify.
SEC. 22. And be it enacted, That the commissioners of the
county, the board of public school commissioners, justices

Have, hold
and exercise
their offices.

of the peace, sheriffs, constables, and all other State and
county officers shall have, hold and exercise their offices in
said town as heretofore, except as qualified by other sections
of this Act. The County Commissioners of Montgomery
coun ty, shall, on or before the first day of January in each
and every year thereafter, pay over to the town of Glen Echo
that proportion of the entire county levy for the entire roads
which the total real property assessed within the limits of
the town of Glen Echo shall be to the whole amount of
assessed property in Montgomery county, so that the town of
Glen Echo shall receive and disburse for the maintenance of
the streets of said town the amount levied for the repair of
roads by the said County Commissioners of Montgomery
county upon the real property within the corporate limits of
the town of Glen Echo.

Public act.

SEC. 23. And be it enacted, That this Act is hereby declared
to be a public Act and may be used in evidence in all courts
of this State without proof.

Forfeiture.

SEC. 24. And be it enacted, That the neglect or non-use
shall not work a forfeiture of this charter.
SEC. 25. And be it enacted, That all Acts and parts of Acts

Repeal.

inconsistent with any of the provisions of this Act is hereby
repealed ; provided, however, that nothing herein contained
shall be taken to authorizing the licensing, permitting or
doing of anything prohibited or punished under the general
laws of this State or the local laws applicable to Montgomery
county.
SEC. 26. And be it enacted, That this Act shall take effect
from the date of its passage.
Approved April 5, 1906.



 

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