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1831;

LAWS OF MARYLAND.

CHAP. 287.

CHAPTER 295.

Passed Mar.13,1832

An ad to authorise the Levy Court of Saint Many's county,

 

to fix the compensation of the Collector of the Tax for

 

said county.

Authority to fix.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Maryland, That

 

from and after the passage of this act, the Levy Court of

 

Saint Mary's county, may, and they are hereby authorised

 

and required to allow to the collector of the tax for said

 

county, a per centum on the amount to be collected at the

 

rate of not less than five, nor more than ten per centum;

 

Provided, That the whole amount of such per centum shall

 

not exceed the sum of eight hundred dollars in any one

 

year.

 

CHAPTER 296.

Passed Mar,14,1832

An act to incorporate the Delaware and Maryland Rail Road

 

company.

Commissioners na-

Section 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Ma-

med.

land, That William Hollingsworth, Adam Whann, James

 

Sewell, Alexander Scott, William Ricketts, Samuel Hol-

 

lingsworth, Joshua Richardson, Amos A. Evans, Caleb

 

Parker, Frisby Henderson, Jesse Up De Grove, Thomas

 

Howard, Jun'r, Zebulon Rudulph, John C. Groome, Henry

 

D. Miller, Rudolp Bennett, Enoch Cloud, Henry Andrews,

 

John M. Johnston, Rowland Ellis, Jacob Ash, Cornelius

 

McClane, Jr. and William Wingate, be, and they are here-

 

by appointed commissioners, under the direction of a ma-

 

jority of whom subscriptions may be received to the capi-

 

tal stock of the Delaware and Maryland Rail Road compa-

 

ny, hereby incorporated; and they, or a majority of them, may

To open books of

cause books to be opened at such times and places as they

subscription

may direct, for the purpose of receiving subscriptions to

Notice required.

the capital stock of said company, after having given such
notice of the times and places of opening the same, as

 

they may deem proper, and that upon the first opening of

 

said books, they shall be kept open for at least five succes-

 

sive days, and if at the expiration of that period, such a

 

subscription to the capital stock of said company, as is ne-
cessary to its incorporation, shall not have been subscribed,

 

the said commissioners, or a majority of them, may cause

May re-open.

the said books to be opened, from time to time, after the ex-

 

piration of the said tive days, until the sum necessary to



 
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