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Code of the Public Local Laws of Maryland, 1930
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SOMEESET COUNTY. 4371

of five hundred dollars, to be recovered by a suit in the Circuit Court for
said county in the name of the State, one-half to the use of the informer
and the other half to the use of the county.

1904, ch. 23, sec. 12.

11. Upon complaint made to any Justice of the Peace for said county
that any person from his disorderly conduct gives disturbance to a
neighborhood and is likely to become chargeable to the county, the said
justice, if, upon hearing the party, he shall judge the complaint to be well
founded, may commit such disorderly person to the Almshouse for any
time not exceeding three months, unless he shall find security, at the dis-
cretion of the Justice, any sum not exceeding fifty dollars, for his good
behavior during the space of six months.

1904, ch. 23, sec. 13.

12. Any County Commissioner may, in writing, direct the admission
of any poor person into said Almshouse.

1904, ch. 23, sec. 14.

13. Any Justice of the Peace for said county, or any person author-
ized by him, may apprehend or cause to be apprehended and committed
to said Almshouse, any rogues, vagrants, beggars, vagabonds and other
idle, dissolute and disorderly person found loitering or residing in said
county who follow no labor, trade or occupation, and have no visible
means of support, there to be kept at hard labor for any time not exceeding
three months.

1904, ch. 23, sec. 15.

14. All Sheriffs, constables and other officers shall aid the said Com-
missioners and the officers and servants appointed by them in the dis-
charge of their respective duties.

APPRENTICES.

P. L. L.., 1888, Art. 20, sec. 29. 1860, Art. 19, sec. 29.

15. Any one justice of the peace of said county may bind out ap-
prentices, in the same manner and under the same restrictions prescribed
by the code of public general laws.*

P. L. L., 1888, Art. 20, sec. 30. 1860, Art. 19, sec. 34.

16. The orphans' court of said county shall not authorize the hiring
of any apprentice for the prosecution of any other trade or occupation
than that to which he was first bound.

P. L. L., 1888, Art. 20, sec. 31. 1860, Art. 19, sec. 35.

17. If in their judgment the interest of the apprentice requires it,
either on account of improper treatment or failure or neglect on the part

General laws have been repealed.

 

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