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Code of the Public Local Laws of Maryland, 1930
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4506 ARTICLE 21.

Talbot county," and by that name they may receive and hold any gift,
donation or present which may be given, devised or bequeathed by any
person to them for the support and maintenance of the poor in said county.

P. L. L., 1888, Art. 21, sec. 2. 1860, Art. 20, sec. 2.

2. They may acquire and hold any lands or tenements not exceeding
the yearly value of fifteen hundred dollars.

P. L. L., 1888, Art. 21, sec. 3. 1860, Art. 20, sec. 3.

3. They may use a common seal, and may change the same at their
pleasure.

P. L. L., 1888, Art. 21, sec. 4. 1868, ch. 99.

4. Said trustees shall be five in number, and shall be appointed by
the county commissioners, on the first Tuesday in April, of every second
year, accounting from the year eighteen hundred and sixty-eight; and as
often as any one of them shall die, resign, remove from the county or
become incapable of acting, the county commissioners, at their first meeting
thereafter, shall appoint a suitable person in his place.

P. L. L., 1888, Art. 21, sec. 5. 1868, ch. 99.

5. The persons so appointed, before acting as trustees, shall severally
take and subscribe, before the clerk of the circuit court for Talbot county,
the following oath: "I, , do swear that I will duly and faithfully
discharge the duties and trusts committed to me as trustee of the poor for
Talbot county, according to my best skill and judgment, so help me God."

P. L. L., 1888, Art. 21, sec. 6. 1868, ch. 99.

6. Said trustees shall hold their office until their successors are ap-
pointed and qualified.

P. L. L., 1888, Art. 21, sec. 7. 1868, ch. 99.

7. They shall meet at the almshouse in said county between the first
and tenth of May in each year, and appoint a fit person to be overseer of
said almshouse, and such other proper officers as they may think necessary.

P. L. L., 1&88, Art. 21, sec. 8. 1860, Art. 20, sec. 9.

8. They may remove said overseer and all other officers appointed by
them, at their pleasure, and appoint others in their place.

P. L. L., 1888, Art. 21, sec. 9. 1860, Art. 20, sec. 10.

9. They may allow said overseer such compensation as they think
proper.

P. L. L., 1888, Art. 21, sec. 10. 1860, Art. 20, sec. 11.

10. They shall require the said overseer to give bond, with security
approved by them, payable to them, in the penalty of five hundred dollars,
conditioned for the faithful discharge of the duties of his office.

 

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