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1842

FRANCIS THOMAS, ESQUIRE, GOVERNOR.

CHAP. 247.

Passed March
8, 1843.

Commission-
ers to levy.

CHAPTER 245.
An act for the relief of Henry P. Wheeler.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Maryland,
That the commissioners of Harford county, be and they
are hereby authorized and required to levy for the use of
Henry P. Wheeler, a lunatic in the Maryland Hospital,
such sum as is usually levied for lunatic paupers, who are
placed in said Hospital, and that the same be levied annual-
ly so long as said Wheeler is confined in said Hospital, and
paid to the president thereof.

 

CHAPTER 246.

Passed March
8, 1843.

An act to change the Constitution and form of Government
of this State as to provide for the election of a Sheriff in
and for Baltimore County, and a Sheriff in and for the
City of Baltimore.

Sheriff for
Baltimore
county.

Sheriff for
Baltimore city

SECTION 1 Be it enacted by the General Assembly of
Maryland That if this act shall be confirmed by the next
General Assembly the constitution and form of govern-
ment of this state shall be so altered and amended, that at
the next ejection for sheriff and every third year thereaf-
ter, a sheriff shall be elected by the voters of Baltimore
county excluding the city of Baltimore, as sheriffs are now
elected in other counties of this state; and shall exclusively
perform the duties of sheriff within the limits of said county
excluding Baltimore city, and shall perform such duties
within the city of Baltimore as shall be necessary for the
proper performance of his duties as sheriff of said county
as the legislature shall by law hereafter direct
SEC. 2 And be it enacted, That at the next election for
sheriff and every third year thereafter, a sheriff shall be
elected for the city of Baltimore, by the voters residing in
said city whose duties shall be confined to the limits of said
city, in the same manner as sheriffs are now elected for
the counties of this state.

 

CHAPTER 247.

Passed March
8, 1843.

An act for the benefit of the estate of Littleton T. Adams,
deceased.

Preamble.

WHEREAS it is represented to this General Assembly,
that it would be advantageous to the estate of Littleton T.



 
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