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Survey Commission, but in no place shall be less than thirty feet nor more
than sixty feet in width. The Geological and Economic Survey Commis-
sion shall not caiise to be graded or allow any contracts to have graded
more of said road than can be completely constructed on or before the
fifteenth day of December in each and every year; and wherever the said
road, as hereinafter laid down by said Commission, shall pass through
any incorporated towns, unless the said towns shall grant an easement
therefor over a street or streets to said Commission (as representatives of
the State), the said Commission is hereby authorized and directed to
divert the same so that it may pass around such town as may refuse to
grant an easement as aforesaid.
1908, ch. 304, sec. 3. B. Co. C. (1916), sec. 556. 1928, sec. 652.
652. For the purposes of carrying out the provisions of this Act, the
further sum of fifty thousand dollars annually for the fiscal years of
1908, 1909 and 1910 be and the same is hereby appropriated, to be paid
out of the treasury out of any money not otherwise appropriated, and the
Comptroller of the Treasury is hereby directed to draw his warrant upon
the treasurer for said amounts, upon the certificate of the said Geological
and Economic Survey Commission. And it is further enacted, also, that
for the purpose of continuing the work on said State Road No. 1 by
paving and curbing Columbia Avenue easterly from the Baltimore city
limits to the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad tracks, the sum of eight thou-
sand dollars per year for each of said three years is hereby appropriated
out of said moneys to be paid in like manner.
1927, ch. 258, sec. 1. B. Co. C. (1928), sec. 653.
653. No vehicles shall be permitted to stand longer than actually neces-
sary to take on and discharge passengers, baggage, merchandise or freight
on any street, road or highway in Baltimore County having street car
tracks thereon within fifty feet of any corner where street cars take on
or discharge passengers; or at any point where such standing vehicles
may interfere with the free turning of any street car from one street,
road or highway into an intersecting street, road or highway or with the
free passage of any such street car along or across any street, road, or
highway, or within twenty feet of any street, road, or highway intersec-
tion where there are no car tracks or within twenty feet of any street,
road or highway intersection where there are no car stops, or opposite to
any safety zone which may have been provided by any public utility cor-
poration, by the County Commissioners of Baltimore County or by any
rule or regulation of the Public Service Commission of Maryland.
1927, ch. 258, sec. 2. B. Co. C. (1928), sec. 654.
654. No vehicle shall stand within ten feet of any fire plug or fire
hydrant in any part of said county, unless such vehicle be in actual charge
of a person capable of running or operating the same.