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The Annotated Code of the Public Civil Laws of Maryland, 1911
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1004, art. 1, sec. 10. 1896, ch. 113. 1898, ch. 75.

10. The manner of administering oaths shall be by requiring the
person making the same to hold up his hand in token of his recognition
of the solemnity of the act, except in those cases wherein this form is
not practicable, or when it shall appear that some other mode is more
binding upon the conscience of the swearer.

Ibid, sec. 11. 1SS8. art. 1, sec. 9. 1860, art. 1, sec. 10.

11. The boundaries and limits of each of the counties of this State
and of the city of Baltimore shall remain as now established.
See art. 75, sec. 150. et seq.

Ibid. sec. 12. 1S8S, art. 1, sec. 10. 1860, art. 1, sec. 11.

12. Where the public general law and the public local law of any
county, city, town or district are in conflict, the public local law shall

This section does not remove a public local law from ordinary rules of
construction; it applies to general and local laws adopted by the code,
but as to subsequent legislation, it does not alter the common law rules
of construction. Alexander v. Baltimore, 53 Md. 100. See also, State v.
Falkenham. 73 Md. 466.

This section applied. McCracken v. State, 71 Md. 150; ExParte Tax Sale,

42 Md. 200; Albert v. White. 33 Md. 304; Hammond v. Haines, 25 Md. 558.

For cases In which there was held to be no conflict, see Cooper v. Holmes.

71 Md. 20; Snowden r. State, 09 Md. 208; Baltimore County v. Baker,

44 Md. 9.

Cited but not construed in State r. Baltimore County, 29 Md. 520.

Ibid. sec. 13. 1888, art. 1. sec. 11. I860, art. 1, sec. 12.

13. The word county shall be construed to include the city of
Baltimore, unless such construction would be unreasonable.

This section applied. Frederick County v. Frederick City, 88 Md. 659;
Chappell r. Lacy, 77 Md. 173.
See art. 75, sec. 171.

Ibid. sec. 14. 1888, art. 1, sec. 12. 1888, ch. 36.

14. The word person shall include corporation, unless such a con-
struction would be unreasonable.

This section applied to statutes providing that persons residing in one
county but doing business In another, may lie sued in either. Henderson
r. Maryland, etc.. Ins. Co , 90 Md. 49.

This section has no application to municipal corporations. Phillips v.
Baltimore, 110 Md. 436.



1. Who to be treated as true owner of
consigned goods. Extent of con-
signee's right.
2. Limitations upon consignee's rights.
3. When and how far holder of bill
of lading or possessory docu-
ment Is to be deemed true owner.

4. Contracts between factor and third
parties, and payments to factor
when good against consignor.
5. Deposit or pledge by factor or
holder of bill of lading or pos-
sessory document to third par-
ties, for pre-existing debt with-
out notice.


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