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Code of the Public Local Laws of Maryland, 1930
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QUEEN ANNE'S COUNTY. 4165

P. L. L., 18S8, Art. 18, sec. 11. 1860, Ar.t. 17, sec. 11.

11. They shall purchase and provide all necessary beds, bedding,
household and kitchen-furniture, stock and farming utensils necessary for
the support and furnishing of said almshouse and the land thereto belong-
ing.

P. L. L., 1888, Art. 18, sec. 12. 1860, Art. 17, sec. 12.

12. They shall meet at the almshouse in said county four times in the
year, to wit: on the first week in January, May, August and November,
or oftener if it should be necessary, and make, by a majority of votes of
such as may be present, all such ordinances and by-laws as they may think
necessary for the government and support of said almshouse, and for the
maintenance and employment of all poor persons therein, and of all va-
grants, beggars, vagabonds, and other offenders that shall be committed
thereto.

P. L. L., 1888, Art. 18, sec. 13. 1860, Art. 17, sec. 13

13. They shall keep a regular account of all moneys expended by them,
and return a true copy thereof, with the vouchers therefor, to the county
commissioners, at their annual meeting to make the county levy.

P. L. L., 1888, Art. 18, sec. 14. 1860, Art. 17, sec. 14.

14. They shall take into their care and possession all the property,
real and personal, of any person who shall be admitted into the said alms-
house, and shall occupy and use the same and apply the profits thereof to
the maintenance and support of the poor of the said county so long as the
owner thereof shall remain in said almshouse.

P. L. L., 1888, Art. 18, sec. 15. 1860, Art. 17, sec. 15.

15. The overseer shall keep a fair and regular list of all poor, beggars,
vagrants, vagabonds and other offenders committed to said almshouse.

P. L. L., 1888, Art. 18, sec. 16. 1860, Art. 17, sec. 16.

16. He shall keep a regular account of all things which may come to-
his hands as overseer, and of all expenses and charges attending the main-
tenance and support of the inmates of said almshouse, and of all moneys
received by him for the sale of the produce of their labor or otherwise,.
and lay the said lists and accounts before the trustees when required.

P. L. L., 1888, Art. 18, sec. 17. 1860, Art. 17, sec. 17.

17. He may compel any of the inmates of the said almshouse to work,
if of sufficient ability, and shall appropriate the produce of their labor to
their support.

P. L. L., 1888, Art. 18, sec. 18. 1860, Art. 17, sec. 18.

18. Upon complaint being made that any person, from his disorderly
conduct, gives disturbance to a neighborhood, and is likely to become

 

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