LAWS OF MARYLAND.— 1839.
tion and have the like operation and force as if such acts had
been continued at the last session of the general assembly.
SEC. 3. And be it enacted, That such acts as would expire
with the present session of the general assembly, be, and the
same are hereby continued to the end of the session of the
next general assembly of this state.
A SUPPLEMENT to an ACT, entitled, an Act directing that the Rules of
the several Courts in this State, be published for the information of the
People.— 1839, ch. 55.
SEC. 1. Be it enacted, by the General Assembly of Maryland,
That so much of an act passed at December session, eighteen
hundred and thirty-seven, entitled, an act directing that the
rules of the several courts in this state, be published for the
information of the people, as requires the clerks of the several
courts therein mentioned, and the register of the high court
of chancery, to publish the rules of their respective courts
once in every year, be, and the same is hereby repealed.
Part of an
SEC. 2. And be it enacted, That the register of the high
court of chancery, and the clerks enumerated in said act to
which this is a supplement, be, and they are hereby required,
according to the .provisions of said act, to cause the rules of
their respective courts to be published once in every fifth year
from the passage of this act, and it shall be their further duty
to keep a printed copy of the rules of their respective courts
set up in their respective offices for the information of the
AN additional SUPPLEMENT to the ACT, entitled, an Act to regulate the
issuing of Licenses to Traders, Keepers of Ordinaries, and others,
passed at December session, eighteen hundred and twenty-seven,
chapter one hundred and seventeen.— 1839, ch. 57.
courts to bo
Be it enacted, by the General Assembly qf Maryland, That
before the grand jury of any county, or of the city of Balti-
more, shall be authorized to make presentment of any person
whose name may be shown to them by the sheriff of said
county, or city of Baltimore, in pursuance of the first section
of the act of eighteen hundred and thirty-four, chapter two
hundred and thirty- two, as a delinquent under the provisions
of the act of eighteen hundred and twenty-seven, chapter one
hundred and seventeen, they shall be first satisfied from other
and competent testimony, that the party whose name is thus
shewn by the sheriff, has failed within the last six months
before the sitting of the grand jury, to comply with the provi-
sions of the said original act to which this is a supplement,
to be satis-