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            ROBERT BOWIE, ESQUIRE, GOVERNOR.

    2.  AND BE IT ENACTED, That the said William Brogden, William
Steuart, Samuel C. Watkins, Jonathan Sellman, Leonard
Sellman, Osborn S. Harwood, James McCulloch, Richard Hall,
of Edward, and Joseph Harwood, or such majority of them as may
act under this law, shall, before they proceed under this law, lodge
in the clerk's office of Anne-Arundel county, the bond so as aforesaid
to be given by them, there to be recorded, and upon such bond,
or any office copy thereof, suit or suits may be instituted against
the obligor or obligors therein, or any of them, or their legal representatives,
for any breach of non-compliance with the condition
of the same.

    1803.

CHAP. 107.

Bond to be lodged
in clerk's office.

                                            _____
 
                                    CHAP. CVIII.
A Supplement to the act, * entitled, An act for the relief of sundry
               Insolvent Debtors. 
Lib. JG. No. 4, fol. 517.

    This act included the names of Alexander Furnival, John Clingman and David
Porter, senior, of the city of Baltimore.

                                        See the note under ch. 104.


Passed Jan. 7, 1804.
* Ch. 104.
                                            _____
 
                                        CHAP. CIX.
A Supplement to the act, entitled, An act respecting the Debts due to
    this State, and the Debtors thereof, and for other purposes. 
Lib.
    JG. No. 4, fol. 517.

Passed Jan. 7, 1804.
  1802, ch. 100.
    WHEREAS in and by the above recited act no provision is made
to authorise and empower the governor and council to compound
with, or sell the state's right to confiscated British property discovered
or made known to the governor and council since the passage
of the said act; therefore,
Preamble.
    2.  BE IT ENACTED, by the General Assembly of Maryland, That
the governor and council shall be and they are hereby vested with
full power and authority to compound with all persons who have,
since the passage of the said law, made or shall make discovery of
British confiscated, or liable to confiscation, to the governor and
council, and to allow not exceeding one third of the value of such
property to any such person or persons, provided such person or
persons shall make application to the governor and council on or
before the first day of May next, to compound for and purchase 
the same; and the governor and council are hereby authorised to
dispose of such property to such applicants, and take bonds, with
good and sufficient security, for the purchase money, bearing interest,
payable to the state at the periods that may be agreed on.

                                            See 1814, ch. 103.

Governor and
council to compound
with discoverers
of British 
confiscated property.
    3.  AND BE IT ENACTED, That the governor and council may,
in all other respects, proceed agreeably to the provisions of the act
to which this is a supplement, and the purchaser or purchasers
shall be entitled to the same remedy, for the recovery of the property
purchased, as the said act prescribes.
And proceed
agreeably to a former
act.
                                        _____
 
                                    CHAP. CX.
An Act to continue the Acts of Assembly therein mentioned.  Lib. JG. 
                                No. 4, fol. 518.

Passed Jan. 7, 1804.
    1.  BE IT ENACTED, by the General Assembly of Maryland, That
an act passed at November session, seventeen hundred and ninety-eight,
entitled, An act for the destruction of wolves in Frederick
Two acts continued
 

  Ch. 22.



 
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