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Session Laws, 1892
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696 LAWS OF MARYLAND.

penalty enforced or collected under the provisions of this
act shall be paid to any informer; and monthly returns
shall be made by the justices to the county commissioners
of all fines and penalties so received.
Approved April 7th, 1892.


CHAPTER 497.


AN ACT to incorporate the town of Laytonsville in Mont-


gomery County.


SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of

Corpora-

Maryland, That the citizens of the town of Laytonsville,

tion.

in Montgomery County, be and they are hereby constituted


a body corporate by the name of the " Commissioners of


Laytonsville," and by that name may sue and be sued, and


have and use a common seal.


SEC. 2. And be it enacted, That the coporate limits of

Corporate
limits.

said town shall be as follows : Beginning on the south side


of Laytonsville at a point where the Olney road intersects


the road leading from Laytousville to Gaithersburg, thence


by a straight line, in a northeasterly direction, through the


lands of H. B. Penn, H. Weeks, T. L. Bell, Joseph Simp-


son and U. H. Griffith to the summit of stone quarry hill on


the road leading from Laytonsville to Unity ; thence by a


straight line in a northwesterly direction, through the


lands of U. H. Griffith and W. B. Mobley, to a point on


the road leading from Laytonsville to Damascus, marked by


a gate just north of the house occupied by B. Taylor ;


thence by a straight line in a southwesterly direction,

through the lands of W. B. Mobley, J. M. Gue and J. G.

Warfield to the summit of the hill west of the lane leading

to J. G. Warfield's dwelling house on the road leading


from Laytonsville to Goshen ; thence by a straight line in


a southeasterly direction through the lands of G. E.


Gaither and E. O. Brown to the place of beginning.


SEC. 3. And be it enacted, That the male citizens of

Commis-

Laytonsville of the age of twenty-one years and upward,

sioners.

who have resided in said town for six months next preced-


ing the election, shall on the first Monday in May, annu-


ally elect three freeholders who have resided in said town


for six months next preceding said election, as commis-


sioners of Laytonsvile, to serve for one year or until their


successors shall be elected and qualified. They shall receive


no pay for their services.


SEC. 4. And be it enacted, That the three Commissioners

President.

shall, at their first meeting after an election, elect one of



 

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