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Code of the Public Local Laws of Maryland, 1930
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FREDERICK COUNTY. 2393

1914, ch. 35, sec. 2. 1918 Code, sec. 2.

2. The County Commissioners of Frederick County shall have power
to make such rules, orders and regulations for the better relieving, con-
trolling and setting the poor to work, and furnishing vagrants, beggars,
and vagabonds and other offenders at said almshouse, and for the good
government of the almshouse in said county as shall seem proper to them.

1914, ch. 35. aec. 3. 1918 Code, sec. 3.

3. The County Commissioners of Frederick County shall on the third
Monday in February in the year 1914, and on the second Monday in
January in every year thereafter, appoint some suitable person to be
overseer or keeper of the almshouse and manager of the farm connected
therewith, who shall enter upon the discharge of his office on April 1st,
succeeding the date of his appointment, and they shall appoint so many
officers and employes of the almshouse as they may deem requisite and
fix and establish their compensation.

1914, ch. 35, sec. 4. 1918 Code, sec. 4.

4. The said overseer or keeper of the almshouse shall receive all sums-
of money arising from the sale of products raised on said farms con-
nected with the almshouse and shall within ten clays from the receipt
thereof pay the same to the Board of County Commissioners of Frederick
County.

1914, ch. 35, sec. 5. 1918 Code, sec. 5.

5. The County Commissioners may remove such overseer or keeper,
and any other officer or employe, at their discretion, and appoint an-
other or others in his or their place at any time during the year when-
ever in their judgment the interests of the county may require.

1914, ch. 35, sec. 6. 1918 Code, sec. 6.

6. They shall require such overseer or keeper, before entering upon the
discharge of his duties, to give a bond, with security approved by them,
payable to the "County Commissioners' of Frederick County," in the
penalty of one thousand dollars, conditioned as follows, to wit: "The con-
dition of the above obligation is such, that if the above bound A. B., as
overseer or keeper of the alms or poor house in Frederick County, and
manager of the farm connected therewith, shall well and truly discharge
his duties in said station, then the above obligation to be void, otherwise-
to remain in full force and virtue in law.

1914, ch. 35, sec. 7. 1918 Code, sec. 7.

7. If any keeper or overseer of said almshouse, or any officer thereof,
shall neglect or refuse for the space of thirty days at the expiration of
his term of office, or after being removed from his office to surrender
and deliver up to his successor in office any property, money, books, or
effects of any kind in his possession as such officer or member he shall be

 

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