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Session Laws, 1818
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Charles goldsborough, esq. governor.

1818.

CHAPTER 50.

A Further Supplement to the act, entitled, An act for mak-
ing certain roads in Baltimore and Harford counties.
See. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Maryland, That
the eighth section of the act to which this is a supplement shall be
and is hereby repealed.
2. And be it enacted, That the company incorporated by said act
are hereby invested with all the rights and privileges which are
held and possessed by the turnpike company, incorporated by the
act, entitled. An act to incorporate a company to make a turnpike
road from the District of Columbia to the city of Baltimore, and
to be subject to the same penalties, and governed by the like re-
gulations, as are therein prescribed, and to be entitled to the same
tolls and every clause and provision of said last mentioned act,
relating to the road therein proposed to be made, shall be construed
to apply to the road contemplated in the act to which this is a sup-
plement, so far as the same are applicable.

CHAP. 50.

Passed Jan 19 1819

Eighth section of
an act repealed.

Invested with cer-
tain rights and
privileges, &c,

CHAPTER 51.

An act to enable Peter Guillet, senior, of Somerset coun-
ty, to purchase and hold Real Property within this State.
Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Maryland, That
Peter Guillet, senior, of Somerset county, shall be and hereby is
enabled to take real property in this state, by purchase, and to
hold and dispose of the same in like manner as a natural born citi-
zen of the United States; Provided the said Peter Guillet shall be-
come a citizen of the United States, as soon as he conveniently can,
according to the laws of the United States provided in such cases.

Passed Jan 19 1819

Enabled to hold
real property.

Proviso.

CHAPTER 52.

Ad act to incorporate a Company under the name of The
Hydrant Company of Port Tobacco.
Sec 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Maryland, That
John B. Wills, Jr. John Ferguson, William Vincent, Basil Spal-
ding, Nicholas Stonestreet, Samuel Chapman, Edward Pye, Ig-
natius Semmes, William Penn, Gustavus Brown, and John Mere-
dith, be and they are hereby incorporated and made a body politic,
for the purpose herein after mentioned; and that the said body po-
litic shall be known and distinguished by the name of The Hydrant
Company of Port Tobacco, and shall have full and ample power
and authority to do, perform and execute, all and every matter and
thing which any similar corporation may or can rightfully do, and
shall have perpetual succession, and for that end the individuals
composing said company by the passage of this act, and their suc-
cessors, shall be and are hereby declared to be members thereof,
and by the name aforesaid may sue and be sued, answer and be an-
swered, in any court of law or equity in this state.
2. And be it enacted, That the survivor or survivors of the per-
sons above named, shall have full power, whenever any one or
more of them shall die or remove from Charles county, or when-
ever a vacancy may in any manner occur, to elect by ballot, any
person or persons residing in Charles county, whom they may
judge proper to fill the vacancy or vacancies so occasioned by re-

Passed Jan 23 1819
Persons incorpo-

rated.

Vacancies, how to

be filed.



 
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