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Session Laws, 1948, House and Senate Journals
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WM. PRESTON LANE, JR., GOVERNOR. 155

fendant to pay a fine and/or costs in installments to a duly
authorized and responsible City or State agency which shall
undertake to collect and account for said installments, he
shall not be responsible for the collection of the same nor
.be required to pay the same over to the Clerk of the Court
of Common Pleas or the Treasurer of the City of Baltimore
or the Police Commissioner of Baltimore City, as the case
may be, nor shall his bond be liable for the same, except to
the extend that he or someone acting under his direction
(other than a worker or other employee of said City or
State agency) has received any part of said fine and/or
costs; but said Justice of the Peace shall include the same
in the report required to be made by him to the Clerk of the
Court of Common Pleas, the Treasurer of the City of Balti-
more and the Police Commissioner of Baltimore City, re-
spectively, under Sections 733, 744 and 746 of Article 4 of
the Public Local Laws of Maryland (1938 Edition), with a
notation on said report earmarking these fines and/or costs
which have been ordered paid in installments to a City or
State agency, as aforesaid and specifying the agency to
which said fine and/or costs were ordered paid.

14B (1) The Justices of the Peace in and for Baltimore
City and Prince George's and Charles Counties (except
Traffic Court Magistrates), in any case within their juris-
diction, shall have power, before conviction of any person
accused of crime, with the written consent of the person
so accused, and after conviction or after plea of guilty or
of nolo contendere, without such consent, to: (a) suspend
the imposition of sentence; (b) place such person on proba-
tion before commitment; (c) and in all such cases above
named to make such written conditions of suspension of
sentence and probation as said Justices of the Peace may
deem proper.

SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That this Act shall take
effect June 1, 1948.

Approved June 1, 1948.

 

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