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INDEX.


1559

Wicomico County Continued

CHAP.

PAGE

Delmar high school ..................................

324

589

Election district established ..........................

170

279

Prisoners, certain class of, to be employed on public



streets and highways................................

36

36

Salisbury, bond issue for street improvement author-



ized ....................................... .......

466£

895

Salisbury, streets and water front......................

370

667

Sharptown high school ...............................

324

589

Treasurer, election of ................................

105

131

Willard's, charter granted ............................

195

291

Williamsport



Authorizing Burgess and Commissioners to provide



water supply........................................

34

35

Burgess and Commissioners empowered to borrow



money for lighting plant...............................

525

1007

Intoxicating liquors, method of granting licenses.......

374

676

In Washington county, providing justice of the peace



for ................................................

30

30

Wilson, Nancy Catherine, bequest sanctioned...............

706

1156

Winfield Academy of Carroll county, appropriation..........

721

1211

Wood, Clarence, deed sanctioned ..........................

706

1156

Worcester County



Collection of taxes ...................................

446

811

Commissioners authorized to issue bonds to improve



roads...............................................

789

1315

Liquor dealers prohibited from enforcing certain claims.

773

1298

Liquors and intoxicating drinks ......................

299

543

Ocean City, liquor laws amended.......................

371

672

Pocomoke, charter amended ..........................

549

1047

Pocomoke City, Mayor and Council authorized to issue



bonds to erect a city hall............................

343

629

Price, James S., to enable to collect certain taxes.......

774

1298

Prisoners, certain class of, to be employed on public



streets and highways. .............................

36

36

Roads............................................

775

1299

State's Attorney .............................

776

1300

Taxes, State and county, the collection by James S.



Price, trustee of late Charles W. Clayville, treasurer,



authorized...........................................

117

151

Work hours in factories ..............................

192

285

Y.



York road, cobblestones or macadam not to be laid on cer-



tain portions. ................... ................ ....

62

57

Young, John H., bequests sanctioned .....................

198

312

Yox, John and wife, deed sanctioned ......................

198

319



 
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