CARROLL COUNTY. 1723
BAILIFFS AND CRIER.
P. L. L., 1888, Art. 7, sec. 6. 1860, Art. 7, sec. 6.
10. The County Commissioners shall pay the bailiffs and crier of the
of the circuit court for said county, at its several sessions, the sums of
money due to them for their respective services, immediately upon the
presentation of the certificate of the clerk of said court showing such
attendance and services.
P. L. L., 1888, Art. 7, sec. 7. 1868, ch. 305.
11. They shall pay out of the general levy of said county to the crier,
three dollars per day for each day said court is in session and said crier
is in attendance upon said court, which said per diem shall be in lieu of
all other compensation.
1924, ch. 387, sec. 1.
12. It shall be unlawful for the keeper of any pool or billiard room
or bowling alley within Carroll County to allow any person under the
age of sixteen years to play in any such pool or billiard room or bowling
alley, or to loaf or loiter therein.
1924, ch. 387, sec. 2.
13. Every keeper of such pool or billiard room or bowling alley within
said Carroll County shall keep the same closed continuously from twelve
o'clock midnight until seven o'clock in the morning of every day and
throughout the first day of the week, commonly called Sunday.
1924, ch. 387, sec. 3.
14. Any person violating any of the provisions of the preceding sec-
tions shall, upon conviction thereof before any Justice of the Peace or
before the Circuit Court for Carroll County, be subject to a fine of not
less than ten dollars nor more than one hundred dollars, for each offense
and for a second offense shall be fined the maximum fine hereinbefore
BILLS OF EXCHANGE AND PROMISSORY NOTES.
1902, ch. 443.
15. It shall be lawful for banks, bankers, trust companies and other
banking institutions in the city of Westminster, Carroll County, to close
their doors for business at twelve o'clock noon on each and every Satur-
day in the year, and every Saturday in the year after twelve o'clock noon
shall be a legal half holiday so far as regards the presenting for payment
or acceptance and the protesting and giving notice of the dishonor of
bills of exchange, bank checks, drafts, promissory notes and other nego-