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1929 Supplement to the Annotated Code of the Public General Laws of Maryland
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14

ARTICLE 1A.

ARTICLE 1A.

AERONAUTICS.

Aircraft.

1. Definitions.

2. Sovereignty in space.

3. Ownership of space.

4. Lawfulness of flight.

5. Damage on land.

6. Collision of aircraft.

7. Jurisdiction over crimes and torts.

8. Jurisdiction over contracts.

9. Dangerous flying.

10. Hunting from aircraft.

11. Interpretation.

12. Name of act.

Uniform Air Licensing Act.

13. Definitions.

14. Federal law.

15. Aviation commission.

16. Powers of commission.

17. Aircraft license.

18. Airman license.

19. Licensing of aircraft..

20. Licensing of airmen.

21. Fees.

22. Exceptions.

23. Penalties.

24. Interpretation.

25. Name of act.

26. Unconstitutionality.

Airports.

27. Local Legislative bodies may acquire.

28. County commissioners may acquire.
29-30. Right to purchase or condemn
property for.

31. Lease or operation of; regulations.

32. Appropriations; taxes.
33-34. Plans, ratings and regulations of
Department of Commerce.

35. Bulletin of approved airports.

36. Temporary rating of airports.

37. Enforcement.

Aircraft.

1927, ch. 637, sec. 1.

1. (Definition of Terms. ) In this sub-title, "aircraft" includes bal-
loon, airplane, hydroplane, and every other vehicle used for navigation
through the air. A hydroplane, while at rest on water and while being
operated on or immediately above water, shall be governed by the rules
regarding water navigation; while being operated through the air other-
wise than immediately above water, it shall be treated as an aircraft.

"Aeronaut" includes aviator, pilot, balloonist, and every other person
having any part in the operation of aircraft while in flight.

"Passenger" includes any person riding in an aircraft, but having no
part in its operation.

3927, ch. 637, sec. 2.

2. (Sovereignty in Space. ) Sovereignty in the space above the lands
and waters of this State is declared to rest in the State, except where
granted to and assumed by the United States pursuant to a constitutional
grant from the people of this State.


 

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