Charles County, MD
 
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[HISTORY: Adopted and amended as indicated in text.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
County Commissioners — See Ch. 27.
Fire companies and rescue squads — See Ch. 54.
Heritage Commission — See Ch. 62.
Zoning — See Ch. 145.
Zoning regulations — See Ch. 297.
[1959 Code, sec. 89; 1965 Code, sec. 89; 1969 Code, sec. 95. P.L.L., 1868, ch. 138; 1888, Art. 9, sec. 59; 1930, sec. 98]
Charles County shall be divided into nine election districts according to their present bounds and limits, in each of which districts elections shall be held at the place which may be established therein for that purpose.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: Original Section 96 Division of 7th district into precincts [1959 Code, sec. 90; 1965 Code, sec. 90; 1969 Code, sec. 96. P.L.L., 1914, ch. 555, sec. 1; 1930, Art. 9, sec. 99], and Section 97, Same; registry books [1959 Code, sec. 91; 1965 Code, sec. 91; 1969 Code, sec. 97. P.L.L., 1914, ch. 555, sec. 2; 1930, Art. 9, sec. 100], respectively, both of which sections immediately followed this section, were both repealed by Acts of 1977, ch. 641.
A. 
Creation. A new election district in Charles County, Maryland, is hereby created and established from parts of District No. 2, now known as "Hill Top District," and District No. 3, now known as "Cross Road's District," said new election district to be known as "District No. 10, Marbury District."
[1959 Code, sec. 92; 1965 Code, sec. 92; 1969 Code, sec. 98. P.L.L., 1918, ch. 168, sec. 1; 1930, Art. 9, sec. 101]
B. 
Boundaries. The election district created and established shall be within the following outlines: Beginning for the same at a point on the state road leading from Indian Head to La Plata in said Charles County where said state road is intersected by a former or present County road, commonly called and known as the "Carrington Road," and running thence with said Carrington Road to the County road leading from Port Tobacco to Pisgah; thence running with said last-mentioned County road to the County road leading through the Village of Pisgah to Ironsides post office, commonly called and known as the "Johnnie Cake Road"; thence with said Johnnie Cake Road to a stream known as "Baxter Run"; thence with the meanders of said Baxter Run in a westerly course to a stream known as "Reeder Run"; thence with the meanders of said last-mentioned run to its mouth on Chicamuxen Creek; thence binding with the northerly or easterly shores of said creek and of the shores of the Potomac River to the north of Mattawoman Creek; thence with the south or east shore of said Mattawoman Creek to Mattawoman Run; thence with said Mattawoman Run to the iron bridge over the same at the intersection of said Mattawoman Run with the aforesaid state road and thence binding with said state road to the beginning.[1]
[1959 Code, sec. 93; 1965 Code, sec. 93; 1969 Code, sec. 99. P.L.L., 1918, ch. 168, sec. 2; 1930, Art. 9, sec. 102]
[1]
Editor's Note: Original Section 100, Same; polling place [1959 Code, sec. 94; 1965 Code, sec. 94; 1969 Code, sec. 100. P.L.L. 1918, ch. 168, sec. 3; 1930, Art. 9, sec. 103], which immediately followed this section, was repealed by Acts of 1977, ch. 641. In addition, original Section 101, Same; Justice of the Peace and constable [1959 Code, sec. 95; 1965 Code, sec. 95; 1969 Code, sec. 101. P.L.L. 1918, ch. 168, sec. 6; 1930, Art. 9, sec. 104], was repealed by Acts of 1974, ch. 107.