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Session Laws, 1813 (Special Session)
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INDEX TO THE LAWS.

CHAP.

CHAP.

A.

L.

Assessment law, (a supplement,)

6

Lewis, Wm. Francis, former collector

 

Aisqeith street, (a supplement to the

 

of Calvert county, may complete

 

act for opening and extending it,)

12

his collections,

8

B.

 

Lunatics, idiots, &c.

21

Banks authorised to loan money to

 

M.

 

the state.

22

MILITIA—Claims to be settled,

11

C.

 

—-To provide for their payment,

15

Constable.—-To authorise the levy

 

—-To provide for calling out and de-

 

court of Montgomery county to ap-

 

taching the militia,

19

point a constable for Brookville.

20

N..

 

E.

 

Names changed.—Wm. and Francis

 

Education of youth in Worcester

 

Hamesley to those of Wm, and

 

county, (a supplement,)

5

Francis Hamersley Pile,

10

Executions.—A further supplement

 

R.

 

to the act for regulating the mode

 

ROADS.—A further additional supple-

 

of staying executions,

18

ment to the act to incorporate com-

 

G.

 

panies to make several turnpike

 

General Meeting House in Westmin-

 

roads through Baltimore county,

 

ster—Trustees incorporated,

7

and for other purposes,

3

H.

 

—-To Cumberland, (a supplement,)

17

Harrison, (of James,) William—for

 

S.

 

his benefit and relief,

16

Snow Hill, a supplement to the act

 

I.

 

to provide for the appointment of

 

INSOLVENTS.—For the benefit of Pe-

 

commissioners,

2

ter A. Cams,

4

Sloan, senr. James, (a supplement to

 

—-For the relief of Thomas B. Bris-

 

the act authorising him to execute

 

coe, of St. Mary's county,

9

a deed to Edward Harris,)

13

For the relief of Jerard Topken,

 

W.

 

of the cify of Baltimore,

14

Welch, Elizabeth, an act for her re-

 

Idiots, lunatics, &c

21

lief,

1

J

     
     

Journal of accounts—to be paid,

23

   

INDEX TO THE RESOLUTIONS.
 

NO.

 

NO.

Relative to a deputation to the general

 

Relative to petitions for acts of a pri-

 

government

1

vate nature, &c,

7

Relative to the transfer of the stocks

 

In favor of the rev. Joseph Wyatt.

8

of the state now standing in the

 

For the payment of militia accounts

9

name of Wm. Marbury, late agent,

2

Relative to the removal of records.

10

In favor of Hezekiah Carr,

3

Creating a contingent fund

11

Authorising a loan,and appropriating

 

In favor of the members of the senate

 

money to the purchase of arms, or-

 

and house of delegates from Queen

 

dinance and military stores,

4

Ann's county,

12

Relative to the expence of pay, &c. of

 

Relative to the pay of militia officers

13

the drafted militia,

5

In favor of C. Hall and W. M'Donald,

 

Relative to the boundaries between

 

Esquires,

14

the 1st & 3d divisions of M. Militia

6

   


 

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