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Session Laws, 1884 Session
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the town; and said notice shall set forth the ordinance

in full, and the mode and manner of payment pro-

Set forth in full

posed; and no ordinance for the purchase of real es-

tate shall be of any force or validity unless it shall

receive a majority of all the votes cast at such election.

SEC. 110. The government of said town shall be

vested in a mayor and five conncilmen, to be elected

as hereafter provided. No person elected and quali-

how vested.

fied as mayor or councilman, or any person holding

any office by election, appointment or otherwise, under

the provisions of this act, or by virtue thereof, shall,

during the term of his office, be interested directly or

indirectly in any contract in which the town is a party

or is interested; nor shall any such person, while hold-

ing such office, be directly or indirectly engaged in

furnishing work, labor or materials for said town; and

any person violating the provisions of this section

Penalty for

violating this

shall be proceeded against by indictment in the cir-


cuit court for Washington county, and upon convic-

tion be fined and imprisoned, or both, in the discretion

of the court.

SEC. 111. The taxable limits of the town of Hagers-

town are hereby declared to be as follows : Beginning

at a stone marked " H," standing near the west mar-

gin of South Potomac street extended, and south of

and near the stone culvert over the Marsh run, said

Taxable limits.

stone being also the beginning place of a former sur-

vey of Hagerstown, made July twenty-first, eighteen

hundred and seventy-five, and recorded in liber num-

ber seventy-three, folios four hundred and seventy-

seven, and etcetera, of the land record books of

Washington county; and running thence south three

degrees west four hundred and eighty-three feet, south

thirty-one and a half degrees west fifteen hundred and

eighty-two feet, along the middle of the turnpike road

leading to Sharpsburg; thence along the south margin

of Rose Hill cemetery, south fifty-eight and one-half

Metes and

degrees east eight hundred and fifty-eight feet, to the

southeast corner thereof; thence along the east side

thereof, north thirty-one and one-half degrees east

thirteen hundred and eighteen feet; thence north

four and one-half degrees west three hundred and

sixty-six feet; thence north eighty-eight and one-half

degrees east (crossing the turnpike road leading to

Funkstown) twenty-five hundred and fifty-seven feet ;

thence north fourteen and one-quarter degrees east

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