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ciate judges of the several judicial circuits, except the eighth circuit,
one copy of the laws; one copy of the laws, journals and documents for
each member of the general assembly; one copy for the office of the
county commissioners; one copy for each judge of the orphans' court;
and one copy for each justice of the peace in and for their respective
counties; the said copies to be delivered by the clerks of the circuit
courts and the clerks of the Baltimore city court.
1904, art. 55, sec. 8. 1888, art. 55, sec. 8. 1860, art. 55, sec. 7. 1853, ch. 36, sec. 6.
1870. ch. 272.
8. The remaining copies of the laws, journals and documents shall
be subject to the disposition of the committee mentioned in section 12.
Ibid. sec. 9. 1888. art. 55, sec. 9. 1860, art. 55. sec. 8. 1853, ch. 36, sec. 7.
9. The librarian shall deliver to each public circulating library or
library association which may make application therefor one copy of
the laws, journals and documents; provided there be at the time of the
application more than fifty copies of the volume applied for in the
Ibid. sec. 10. 1888, art. 55, secs. 10, 11. 1860, art. 55, secs. 9, 10. 1852, ch. 351.
1868, ch. 387. 1890, ch. 519 1892, ch. 376. 1898, ch. 389.
1902, ch. 27.
10. The Maryland reports shall be distributed by the librarian in
the following manner, that is to say: to the court of appeals two copies
for the office and one for each of the judges thereof; to each of the
associate judges of the circuit courts for the several counties, to the
chief judge and the associate judges of the supreme bench of Balti-
more city one copy each for the use of their respective offices; to the
clerks of the circuit courts for the several counties and of the city of
Baltimore and the clerk of the superior court of Baltimore city, the
clerk of the court of common pleas, the clerk of the Baltimore city
court, and the clerk of the criminal court of Baltimore one copy each:
to the registers of wills throughout the State for the use of the registers
of wills and orphans' court one copy; to the commissioner of the land
office one copy; to the executive chamber one copy; to the library of con-
gress two copies; to the general assembly eight copies; and to the
executive department of each State in the union one copy; to the
comptroller of the treasury, the treasurer of Maryland and the state
tax commissioner one copy each, and shall transmit a copy of each of
the volumes of the Maryland reports, as the same have been or shall
hereafter be received, to the library of the bar association of the Dis-
trict of Columbia, upon condition that the said bar association of the
District of Columbia shall transmit to the state librarian in Annapolis
the past reports of the District of Columbia and of court of appeals
of the District of Columbia and the current volumes of said District
of Columbia courts as the same shall hereafter be published, and to