1876.] OF THE SENATE. 597
Railroad Company, pasted at the January Session, 1849, ch.
469, and to further repeal and amend said last named Act,
by amending the 3d Section thereof, and re-enacting the
same so amended.
JOHN LEE CARROLL.
The Clerk of the House of Delegates appeared and deliv-
ered the following bills :
House bill entitled an Act entitled a further supplement
to an Act to incorporate the Broadway and Locust Point
Steam Ferry Company of Maryland, and to grant on certain
conditions the right to use the wharf known as the county
House bill entitled an Act to repeal Sections 1, 3 and 5 of
chapter 219 of the Acts of 1853, and re-enaet the same with
House bill entitled an Act to amend the Act of 1872, chap-
ter 152, entitled an Act to amend the Act of March Session,
1865, chapter 147, by substituting certain Sections for the
2nd and ord Sections of said Act, and providing for the re-
duction of the number of Directors, and for the holding of
the meetings of said Company in the City of Philadelphia.
House hill entitled an Act to consolidate the Kent County
Railroad Company with the Smyrna and Delaware Bay Rail-
road Company, and to convey the franchises of said first
named Company when sold to the purchasers thereof, and to
incorporate the same into a body politic.
Which were read the first time and referred to the Com-
mittee on Corporations.
House bill entitled an Act to repeal Section 3 of chapter
373 of the Acts of 1867, relating to the appointment of a
Stenographer for the Orphans' Court of Baltimore city, and
to re-enact the same with amendments.
House bill entitled an Act giving the sanction of the Gen-
eral Assemby of Maryland, to a legacy bequeathed by John
Sweeden, late of Carroll county, deceased, in his last will
and testament to the Elders of the Maryland and Virginia
Eldership of the Church of God.
House bill entitled an Act to repeal Section 10 of Article
51 of the Code of Public General Laws, title "Justices of the
Peace," as amended by the Act of 1870, chapter 39, and to
re-enact the same with amendments.
House bill entitled an Act to repeal Section 786 of Article
4 of the Code of Public Local Laws, relating to Baltimore
city, sub-title "Orphans' Court," and to re-enact the same
with amendments, and to add a new Section thereto, to be
known as "'Section 786 A."