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THOMAS W. VEAZEY, ESQUIRE, GOVERNOR,

1835.

berland; and that the right to take or unite a canal or ca-

CHAP. 256

nals, or slack water navigation, from or to any part

 

of the aforesaid canal or slack water navigation, in

 

any direction, is hereby reserved to the State of Ma-

 

ryland, and to any company or companies, which may

 

be hereafter incorporated for that purpose to the said

 

State; Provided, that in taking or uniting such canal

Proviso

or canals or slack water navigation, and in using the

 

waters of the canal or slack water navigation aforesaid,

 

or of the various streams connected therewith, no im-

 

pediment or injury shall be done to the navigation of

 

the canal or slack water navigation aforesaid.

 

SEC. 15. And be it enacted, That all such parts of

Rights to modify, &c. reserved

this act, as relate to the establishment, working or

 

carrying on of mills, mines or manufactories, and all

 

the powers, rights and privileges granted to said com-

 

pany by the twelfth section of this act, may be modifi-ed or repealed by the legislature of this State, at any

 

time after thirty years from the passage of this act.

 

CHAPTER 256.

 

An act for the division of Baltimore and Frederick Coun-

Passed Mar.25,1836

ties, and for erecting a new one by the name of Car-

 

rail, and to alter and change the Constitution of this

 

State, so far as may be necessary to effect the same.

 

WHEREAS, a considerable body of the inhabitants

Preamble

of Baltimore and Frederick counties, by their petition

 

to this General Assembly, have prayed that an act may

 

be passed for a division of said counties, and for erect-

 

ing a new one out of parts thereof; and whereas, it ap-

 

pears to this General Assembly, that the erecting of a

 

new county out of such parts of Baltimore and Frede-

 

rick counties, will conduce greatly to the ease and con-

 

venience of the people thereof: — Therefore,

 

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of

Lines of the coun-

Maryland, That after the confirmation of this act, such

ty

parts of the aforesaid counties of Baltimore and Fre-

 

derick, as are contained within the bounds and limits

 

following, to wit: beginning at the Pennsylvania line,

 

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