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CHAPTER 94. An act authorizing Jasper E. Tilly, late sheriff of Anne Arundel county to complete his collection.
CHAPTER 95. An act for the relief of Nathaniel L. Chew, Peter Miles and Robert Nesbit, of Baltimore county.
CHAPTER 96. An act authorizing Nathaniel Oldham, Absalom Oldham and James Cochran, to complete their collections.
CHAPTER 97. A supplement to an act, entitled, An act for founding a college in the city or precincts of Baltimore, by the name of Baltimore college.
CHAPTER 98. An act to vacate a certain certificate therein mentioned.
CHAPTER 99. A supplement to an act, entitled, An act authorizing the proprietors of the Frenchtown and New-Castle water and land stages to open a road from Frenchtown in Cecil county, to intersect the divisional line between this state and the state of Delaware at a road laid out by the commissioners of New-Castle county, in the state of Delaware.
CHAPTER 100. An act for the opening of Bridge-street, in the precincts of the city of Baltimore.
CHAPTER 101. An act for the relief of Martin Brown, an insolvent debtor of Saint Mary's county.
CHAPTER 102. An act to authorize a lottery to raise a sum of money for the purpose of finishing the Elkton academy, purchasing philosophical apparatus for the same, and for paving and improving the streets of Elkton, in Cecil county.
CHAPTER 103. An act annulling the marriage of Joseph Boyd and Elizabeth his wife.
CHAPTER 104. An act to lay out and make a public road from Thomas Richardson's mill, in Montgomery county, intersect the main road leading to the town of Bladensburg, in Prince George's county.
CHAPTER 105. An act for the relief of the heirs of Levin IVoodford, of Dorchester county.
CHAPTER 106. An act to lay out and open a road from Bondstreet on Fell's Point to intersect the York turnpike road.
CHAPTER 107. An act to release to Richard Trimble the right of the state of Maryland to the property
CHAPTER 108. An act to authorize the levy court of Anne Arundel county to assess and levy a sum of money for the purposes therein mentioned.
CHAPTER 109. An act to confirm and make public a certain road therein mentioned.
CHAPTER 110. An act to incorporate the contributors to the Baltimore general dispensary.
CHAPTER 111. An act authorizing the drawing of a lottery for the benefit of the college of medicine of Maryland.
CHAPTER 112. An act to lay out and open a straight road from Forguson Smith's to Marley Mills, in Cecil county.
CHAPTER 113. A further supplement to the act, entitled, An act for the regulation and improvement of Denton, in Caroline county.
CHAPTER 114. An act to prevent the anchoring of vessels in the fisheries in Susquehannah river, and at the head of the Chesapeake bay.
CHAPTER 115. An act relative to writs of capias ad satisfaciendum.
1. From and after the first day of January next, any sheriff, coroner or constable, directed to serve a writ of capias ad satisfaciendum, shall be bound to accept of the amount of such execution in the same manner that he is bound to receive such payment when authorized to execute a writ of fieri fucias. Payment made to any sheriff, &c. directed to give, &c. shall be of the same effect as a like payment made to any sheriff directed to execute a writ of fieri facias. The plaintiff, at whose suit such capias issued, shall have the same remedy for the recovery of such money from the sheriff, &c. and their securities, that such plaintiff now, &c. [Passed 20th Jan. 1808.]
CHAPTER 116. A supplement to the act, entitled, An act to amend and explain the thirty-third section of an act, entitled, An act for the more effectually paving the streets of Baltimore town, in Baltimore county.
Chapter 117. An act authorizing John Mitchell, late sheriff and collector of Caroline county to complete his collection.
Chapter 118. A supplement to an act authorizing a lottery for raising a sum of money for repairing Saint George's church on Deer creek in Harford county.
CHAPTER 119. An act to correct a mistake in the beginning of lot number twenty-two in the town of Vienna, in Dorchester county
CHAPTER 120. An act to appoint and authorize commissioners to review and lay out the road therein mentioned in Harford county
CHAPTER 121. A supplement to the act, entitled, An act for the benefit of Margaret Chalmers.
CHAPTER 122. An act to enable Margaret Hammond and Harriet Hammond, of Baltimore county, to erect a bridge across Patapsco river, at a place called Hammond's Ferry.
CHAPTER 123. A supplement to the act, entitled, An act to incorporate the Charitable Marine Society of Baltimore.
CHAPTER 124. An act to continue certain acts of assembly.
I. All acts of assembly, which are limited to continue to the end of the present session, or which would expire during the same or before the end of the next assembly, are continued until the 31st October next, and until the end of the next session, unless such as are repugnant to, or inconsistent with any law which may have passed during the present session, and subject to any alterations which may have been made therein.
CHAPTER 125. An act for the relief of Yonathan Edwards and Gilbert Middleton, of the city of Baltimore.
CHAPTER 126. An act for the relief of George Gay, of Calvert county.
CHAPTER 127. An act for the relief of Benjamin Morris, of Baltimore county.
CHAPTER 128. An act to regulate and discipline the militia of this state.
CHAPTER 129. An act investing the justices of the levy courts of the several counties in this state with further
powers. T'he levy courts of the several counties are authorized, when they shall be satisfied that any error has arisen by as
sessing property not liable to be assessed by an assessor, or in any other way, to rectify such errors, and to levy and assess, in the same manner as other county charges, any of money which any person may have been charged with and paid, in consequence of such error, and pay the sum, &c. to the per
CHAPTER 130. A further additional supplement to the act, entitled, An act to incorporate companies to make several turnpike roads through Baltimore county, and for other purposes.
CHAPTER 131. A supplement to the act, entitled, An act for the valuation of the real and personal property in this state.
The commissioners of the tax, in all the several counties within the state, may meet on the first Monday of April instead of the first Monday of June.
CHAPTER 132. An act authorizing the commissioners appointed to superintend the building of the state penitentiary to exchange with the justices of the levy court of Baltimore county the property therein mentioned.
CHAPTER 133. An act to incorporate the New-Market fire company in the precincts of Baltimore.
CHAPTER 134. An act to vest certain powers in the orphans' court of Charles county, and for other purposes.
CHAPTER 135. Anact to authorize William Handy and James Ritchie to sell and dispose of the real estate of James Handy, late of Somerset county, deceased.
CHAPTER 136. A further additional supplement to the act, entitled, An act for amending and reducing into system, the laws and regulations concerning last wills and testaments, the duties of executors, administrators and guardians, and the rights of orphans and other representatives of deceased persons.
I. After the first day of October next the crop growing upon land devised by any deceased person, and by him or her begun, shall be considered as assets in the hands of an executor or administrator, in the same manner that the crop growing upon land not devised is.
II. If any security of a guardian, appointed by virtue of the act to which this is a supplement, shall conceive himself in danger of suffering from the suretyship, he may apply to the orphans' court by which such guardian was appointed, and the court may call on such guardian to give counter-security. If the guardian do not within a reasonable fixed time, give this security, his appointment may be revoked and another appointed. The court may compel him to deliver over to his successor the property of the ward, by process of attachment, and may direct his bond to be put in suit.
III. The several orphans' courts may call upon any executor or administrator to whom letters testamentary or of administration have been by them respectively granted, to give new security, to be approved of by such court; and upon his neglect or refusal to comply, his letters may be revoked and others issued. The court may compel him to deliver over the property to his successor by process of attachment, and may direct his bond to be put in suit.
IV. The orphans'courts may appoint a guardian or guardians to an infant, who may acquire real or personal property by gift or by purchase, in the same manner, with the same powers and upon the same terms and conditions, that they may appoint a guardian to an infant acquiring such property by descent, devise, or in right of distribution.
V. No register of wills shall be entitled to receive any fee for entering the appearance of the state to any proceedings in any of the orphans' courts, unless when a citation issues; nor for entering the continuance of any proceedings in the said courts, except for the entering the same at the term at which the continuance was granted.
CHAPTER 137. An act authorizing the sale of five thousand tickets in a lottery of the state of Pennsylvania for the encouragement of useful arts.
CHAPTER 138. An act for the relief of Edward Henry of Worcester county.
Chapter 139. An act for the preservation of the navigation of Gabin creek, in Dorchester county.