In a divorce decree the court incorporated an agreement of the parties to the effect that the husband should pay to the wife "as permanent alimony the sum of $1,200 per annum, to be paid in monthly installments for the period of the wife's life." Upon remarriage of the wife, the husband filed a bill praying for an order modifying the decree. Held, the original decree was not a decree for alimony, but was an incorporation of an agreement of the parties, and therefore the court lacked power to modify it. Spear v. Spear (Md. 1930) 149 AtI. 468.