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1888

LAWS OF MARYLAND.

CHAP. 7.

Section 10. And be it enacted, That this charter shall
continue and be in force until the first day of January eigh-
teen hundred and sixty, and to the end of the next general
assembly thereafter.

CHAP. VIII.

Passed Jan 21, 1829

An Act to preserve the Side Walks in the Village of Li-
berty, in Frederick County.

Prohibition for
driving upon

pavements

Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Ma-
ryland, That from and after the passage of this act, it shall

lead, any horse, or drive any team or carriage whatever, up-
on any pavement on the side walks within the limits of said
village.

Penalty for so do-

ing

Sec. 2. And be it enacted, That if any person or persons,
after the passage of this act, shall ride, drive or lead, any
horse, or drive any team or carriage whatever, upon any
pavement on the side walks in said village, or its limits, such
person or persons so offending, shall forfeit and pay for each
and every offence, a fine not exceeding the sum of two dollars,
to be recovered in the name of the state, before any justice of the
peace, as other small debts are recovered, for the use of said
village, to be appropriated to the improvement of the side
walks.

Right to crosss

footways, &c

Sec. 3. And be it enacted, That nothing in this act con-
tained shall be construed to extend to or affect, the right of
any person to pass across said foot walks in going from, or
returning to, the premises of which he or she may be in pos-
session.

CHAP. IX.

Passed Jan. 22.1829

An Act to incorporate the Trustees of the Particular
Baptist Church in Baltimore County.

Preamble

WHEREAS it is represented to this general assembly, that
on the twenty-seventh day of February seventeen hundred
and seventy, a certain Jonathan Plowman conveyed to John
Davis, pastor, John Whitaker and Samuel Lane, particular
Baptists, a piece or parcel of land, contented for fifteen acres,
for the sole use of a meeting house for the worship of God,
for ever; and it being represented that the said John Davis,
John Whitaker and Samuel Lane, are all dead or removed
out of the state; and it also appearing that the members of

did appoint Thomas Layman, John Peregoy and Benjamin
Buckingham, to act as trustees for the same; therefore,



 
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