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Session Laws, 1801
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C H A P.


Proprietors to
provide boun-
dary stones,

V. AND BE IT EN-ACTED, That it shall be the duty of the proprietors of the lots, or any part
of a lot, in the said town, to provide boundary stones, and to have them marked and set up at the
termination of the line or lines of their respective lots, in the presence of the said commissioners,
or a majority of them, which shall thereafter be deemed and taken to be the true bounds of the
said lots, or any of them..

How vacancies
are to be filled.

VI. AND BE IT ENACTED, If any of the commissioners shall die, refuse, neglect, or be ren-
dered incapable to act, the remaining commissioner or commissioners may appoint some other per-
son in the place of the person or persons who shall so die, refuse, neglect, or be incapable to act

ers allowance,

VII. AND BE IT ENACTED, That each of the said commissioners shall be allowed two dollars
per day for each and every day they shall attend as commissioners aforesaid, and that the surveyor
shall be allowed two dollars per day for each and every day he shall be employed by the commissi-
oners for the purpose aforesaid.

Expences to be
paid, &c.

VIII, AND BE IT ENACTED, That all expences incurred in the execution of this act shall be
paid by the proprietors, in the proportion to the number of lots they may severally own or possess

An oath to be

IX. AND BE IT ENACTED, That before any commissioner or surveyor shall proceed to the exe-
cution of the duties required of them by this act, he shall take an oath or affirmation, as the case
may be, before some justice of the peace for the county aforesaid, that he will well and truly dis-
charge the duties enjoined upon him. by this .act, according to the best of his judgment, without,
favour, affection or partiality.

Court to ap-
point a consta-

X, AND BE IT ENACTED, That the levy court, at the time of appointing constables for the
county aforesaid, shall appoint a constable in and for the said town, who shall have the same
power and authority, that constables in the different hundreds have


Passed 31st of
Dec. 1801.

An ACT to repeal an ad, entitled, An ad to lay out several turn-
pike roads in Baltimore county and the several supplements
thereto, and for other purposes


WHEREAS the several turnpike roads in Baltimore county have been surveyed, laid out,
marked and bounded, according to the provisions of the act, entitled, An act to lay our
several turnpike roads in Baltimore county, and the several supplements thereto : And whereas-
the same are opened and supported at a very great and expensive charge to the said county, and
the provisions of the executive part of the several laws relative to said turnpike roads are not suf-
ficiently guarded, and the said expences and charges under proper regulations may be very consi-
derably decreased, and the said roads may be kept in better. repair ; therefore,

Justices to

meet, &c.

II. BE IT ENACTED, by the General Assembly of Maryland, That the justices of the levy court op
Baltimore county shall meet at the court-house of said county on the second Monday in February
next after the passage of this act, and shall proceed to appoint a fit and proper person as super-
visor, of the turnpike roads in Baltimore county, who, shall, before he acts as such, give bond to
the state of Maryland in the penalty of five thousand dollars, with such security as the justices of
the levy court shall approve, conditioned for the faithful performance of all the duties required of
him by this act ; and the said supervisor shall, before he acts as such, take the following oath, or
affirmation, before some one justice of the levy court, to wit: " I, A. B. do affirm, or make oath
" on the Holy Evangely of Almighty God, that I will well, truly and faithfully, discharge the
"duties as supervisor of the turnpike roads of Baltimore county to the best of my skill and
" judgment ; so help me God."

Supervisor to-

scale annually

III. AND BE IT ENACTED, That the said supervisor appointed in virtue of this act, shall, on:
the first Tuesday of October next, and on the same day annually thereafter, settle his account, on
oath or affirmation, with the said levy court, wherein shall be stated a full account of all the mo-
nies received and all monies expended by him in virtue of his office, and an account of all the-
particular articles by him purchased, and of whom, with the vouchers relative thereto, which
account, so exhibited, upon oath or affirmation, when the same shall have passed the levy court,
shall be lodged in. the. clerk's office of Baltimore county,

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