1892. ] OF THE SENATE. 693
By Mr. Seibert,
Senate bill entitled an Act to amend the charter of
the President. Managers and Company of the Boons-
borough Turnpike Road Company, passed at the
December Session, 1814, of the General Assembly of
Maryland, ch apt er 71.
Which was read the first time, and referred to
Messrs Seibert, Newman and Rogers.
By Mr. Robinson,
Senate bill entitled an Act to give and grant the
sanction and consent of the General Assembly of
. Maryland to the devise of five acres of land, more or
less, to the trustees of the Wesleyan Chapel Methodist
Protestant Church of Harford county, contained in the
last will and testament of Franklin Smith, deceased.
Which was read the first time, and referred to the
Committee on Judicial Proceedings.
INTRODUCTION OF RESOLUTIONS.
Mr. Hayes submitted the following
Authorizing the Comptroller of the Treasury Depart-
ment to strike from the books of his office certain old
and worthless accounts, and to discontinue the publi-
cation of the same in the annual report of the Comp-
troller of the Treasury.
Whereas. It appears from "Statement I, " and tables
Nos. 14, 35 and 16, of the Comptroller's Report for
the fiscal year ended September 30th, 1891, that the
following items are still standing upon the books of,
the department, and are published from year to year
in the Comptroller's Report, viz:
Interest due from the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal
Company, $20, 385, 702. 13; stock of the Annapolis and
Elkridge Railroad Company, $290, 378. 41; Baltimore
and Potomac Railroad Company, $175, 000. 00; Balti-
more and Drum Point Railroad Company, $152, 000. 00;
Dorchester and Drum Point Railroad Company,
$101, 175. 00; Eastern Shore Railroad Company, $112, -
700. 00; Kent and Queen Anne's Railroad Company,
$101, 450 00; Kent County Railroad Company, $101,
. 531. 00; Maryland and Delaware Railroad Company,