HARRY W. NICE, GOVERNOR. 375
itary sewers after notice; and to confirm and validate
such Act and all acts and proceedings under such Act.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of
Maryland, That Section 7 A of Chapter 2 of the Acts of
1933, creating the Annapolis Metropolitan Sewerage Dis-
trict, " be and it is hereby repealed and re-enacted, with
amendments, to read as follows:
7A. When any sewer is declared by said Commission
to be complete and ready for the reception of sewage every
property owner in the area draining or adjacent to said
sewer, after due notice, shall make connection of all toilets
and waste drains with said sewer within a time prescribed
by said Commission. All cesspools, sink drains and privies
shall be abandoned and left in such a way that they cannot
again be used nor injuriously affect the public health, said
disposition to be determined by the Commission. Further-
more, all property owners, after due notice, shall discon-
nect from existing sanitary sewers in the area under the
jurisdiction of said Commission, all rain water down spouts
and storm water drains, and any failure so to disconnect,
after notice, shall be a misdemeanor.
Section 1A. Be it further enacted, That the said Act,
namely, Chapter 2 of the Acts of The General Assembly of
Maryland of 1933, approved February 1, 1933, is hereby
confirmed and validated and all acts and proceedings done
and had in substantial compliance with such Act, includ-
ing bonds issued, authorized or sold, and taxes levied, are
hereby validated and confirmed.
SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That this Act is
hereby declared to be an emergency law and necessary for
the immediate preservation of the public health and safety,
and having been passed upon by a yea and nay vote, sup-
ported by three-fifths of all of the members elected to each
of the two Houses of the General Assembly, the same shall
take effect from the date of its passage.
Approved April 29, 1936.