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Session Laws, 1800
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R  E  S  O  L  U  T   I  O  N  S.

    Whereas by the insolvent acts passed in this session, each insolvent, at the time he petitions for relief, is to pay
a tax of five dollars each, which was intended for the chancellor, in consideration of the additional duties imposed
on him:  And whereas doubts are entertained whether, consistently with the bill of rights and the constitution,
the money arising from said taxes can be paid over to the chancellor, and it being unreasonable that additional
duties should be imposed on a public officer without compensation; therefore, Resolved, That the treasurer
of the western shore pay to the chancellor a sum of five hundred dollars, in addition to his salary.

    Resolved, That all further proceedings against the securities of Dennis Griffith be suspended until the first
day of January, eighteen hundred and three, provided the said securities shall, on or before the first day of July
next, pay all the interest due on the debt, and provided they shall annually, during said suspension, from the said
first day of July, pay the accruing interest.

    Resolved, That after judgment obtained, all further proceedings on the bonds passed by James Booker,
Philemon Willis, Richard Barneby and William Rose, of Talbot county, as securities to the state of Maryland,
for the payment of two thousand four hundred and thirty-eight pounds sixteen shillings and eleven pence, due
from William Stoddart Bond, late of said county, on a certificate of survey called Bone's Meadows, lying in
Allegany county, be and the same are hereby suspended until the first day of January, eighteen hundred and two;
provided the said Booker, and others, shall, on or before the first day of November next, pay into the treasury,
or to the agent of the state, all interest then due, and costs of suit.

 

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