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Session Laws, 1814
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RESOLUTIONS.

141

No. 8.
Resolved, That the treasurer of the Western Shore be, and he is hereby
authorised and directed before the first day of March next, in the name and
on the behalf of the state of Maryland to subscribe for fifty shares of stock
in the Union Manufacturing Company of Maryland, and that he pay out
of any unappropriated money in the treasury amount of such shares in
the manner prescribed by the board of directors of such company.

No. 9.

Resolved, That the treasurer of the Eastern Shore pay to John Bennett,
Esquire, or to his order, the sum of sixty-five dollars out of any unappro-
priated money in the treasury.

No. 10.

Resolved, That the treasurer of the Western Shore pay to John Sullivan,
the sum of fifty dollars as messenger to the court of chancery.
No. 11.
Resolved, That the judges of the court of appeals be, and they are hereby
authorised and required, it it shall appear to them that the records of the late
general court for the Eastern Shore, and court of appeals for the said shore,
or any part thereof remain unrecorded by James Earle, late clerk of the said
court, to order and direct that the executors of the said James Earle, pro-
ceed by a certain specified time to complete the said records, by recording
all papers and proceedings which by law the said Earle was bound and ob-
liged to do; and should the executors of the said James Earle, neglect or re-
fuse to commence the recording the said papers and proceedings by the time
directed by the judges of the court of appeals as aforesaid, or not complete
the recording the said papers and proceedings by the time to be ascertained
and fixed by the judges, then the said judges shall contract with the present
clerk of the court of appeals for the said shore for completing the said re-
cords by recording all papers and proceedings required by aw to be record-
ed, and to allow such clerk such reasonable compensation therefor as they
may deem adequate and the said judges shall specify separately the allowance
to be made fur finishing and completing the records of the late general court
from the allowance to be made for finishing and completing the records of
the court of appeals; which said allowances on the certificate of the said
judge, shall be paid to the said clerk by the treasurer of the Western Shore,
out of any unappropriated money in the treasury. And the said judges shall
notify the neglect and refusal of the said executors as aforesaid to the attor-
ney general, who shall thereupon immediately institute suits upon the bond
executed by the said James Earle, as clerk of the general court, and against
the executors of the said James Earle to compel the payment of the sums so
to be allowed by the said judges to the clerk of the court of appeals, which
said sums when recovered shall be respectively paid to the treasurer of the
Western Shore and shall be taken and deemed as part of the funds of the
state.

DEC. SESS.
1814.

Passed Jan. 28,
1815.
Subscription
of stock.
Passed Feb. 2,
1815.
In favor of
John Bennett.
Passed Jan. 31,
1815.
In favor of
John Sullivan.
Passed Jan. 30,
1815.
Relative to the
records of the
late general
court and the
court of ap-
peals for the
E. Shore.

No. 12.
Resolved That the governor and council be, and they are hereby autho-
rised and empowered in all canes of debts due to this state, where judg-
ments have been obtained, and the defendants are subject to execution, upon
application being made to them and being fully satisfied that the said debt
for which indulgence is prayed is well and sufficiently secured, and upon
such applicant paying six per cent, interest and all costs due thereon, to
stay any further proceedings against such debtors until the first of January,
eighteen hundred and sixteen: Provided, that any judgments, upon which
proceedings may be stayed as aforesaid, shall continue and remain in full
force, and executions may be issued thereon at anytime after the expiration
of such stay.

Passed Jan. 21,
1815.
In favor of
debtors to the
state.

No. 13.
Resolved, That the treasurer of the Western Shore pay to Upton S. Reid,
clerk to the house of delegates, the sum of one hundred dollars, to Thomas
Rogers, clerk to the senate the sum of one hundred dollars, to Gideon
Pearce, assistant clerk to the house of delegates, the sum of one hundred
dollars, and to James G. Davis, assistant clerk to the senate, the sum of
fifty dollars, as an additional compensation for their extraordinary services
during the present session.

Passed Feb. 2,
1815.
In favor of the
clerks of the
Senate and H.
of Delegates.



 
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