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82

LAWS OF MARYLAND,

1830.
CHAP. 79.
Passed Feb. 9,

CHAPTER 79.
An Act to lay out and open a Road in Baltimore and
Frederick Counties.

Road to be o-
pened.

Section 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of
Maryland, That Jacob Landis, and David W. Naill, of
Frederick county, and Thomas Smith and Archibald
Barnes, of Baltimore county, be and the same are hereby ap-
pointed commissioners to survey, lay out and open, a road
not exceeding thirty ieet in width, commencing at the Li-
berty road in Baltimore county, at a stone standing be-
tween the lands of Israel Rinehart and Polatio Gorsuch,
running on the most practicable route to Benjamin Gor-
such's tan yard, then to pass near the dwelling of Samuel
Car, thence by the east end of a lane known by the name
of the Pole Lane, then to intersect a road in Frederick
county leading from Westminster to Liberty, at or near
the lands of George Warfield's and the said commissioners
shall make out a plot of that part of the road through Fre-
derick county, and return the same to the clerk of the
county court, to be recorded among the records of said
county, they shall likewise make ojt a plot of that part of
the roavi through Baltimore county, to be recorded among;
the records of said county; and the said road, when so open-
ed, shall be thereafter deemed to be a public road forever,
and shall he kept in repair in the same manner as other
public roads are directed <o be kept in said counties.

Levy authoris-
ed.

Sec. 2. And be it enacted, That the expenses of survey-
ing and opening the said road shall he paid by Frederick
and Baltimore counties, in proportion to the distance it.
may pass through each county, and the levy court of Fre-
derick county, and commissioners of Baltimore county,
are hereby authorised and required, on receiving from the
commissioners an account, on oath, of the said expenses,
including an allowance of two dollars per day to the com-
missioners for their services, to levy the same in the pro-
portion before stated, on the assessable property of said
counties, to be collected as other county charges are now-
collected

Damages.

Sec. 3. And be it enacted, That the commissioners, or
a majority of them, shall value and ascertain the damages
that may be sustained by any person or persons through
whose land the said road may be made to puss, taking into
consideration the advantages and disadvantages, if any, and
the damages so ascertained shall be levied and assessed as

 

 
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