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Session Laws, 1884 Session
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Chapter 519.

AN ACT to incorporate the town of Deer Park, in

Garrett county.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly

of Maryland, That the inhabitants of the town of"

Deer Park, in Garrett county, be and they are hereby

Deer Park in-

constituted a body corporate by the name of " The-

Commissioners of Deer Park," and by that name may

sue and be sued, have and use a common seal, and

have perpetual succession.

SEC. 2. And be it enacted, That the corporate bounds

and limits of said town of Deer Park shall embrace

an area of one square mile, lines to run north and

south, east and west, and beginning at a point north

forty-five degrees, east two hundred and twenty-six.

and one-quarter rods from where the road from Sandy

flat to Deer Park crosses the road from Bradford to-

Deer Park and Altamont, said point being the center


of said township; and the first elected commissioners-

shall cause a survey and descriptive plat thereof to be-

made as soon as convenient after the election, and

shall enter said description and plat upon the record

of their proceedings, and also cause the same to be re-

corded in the office of the clerk of the circuit court

for Garrett county, and the said descriptive plat shall

thereupon constitute the boundaries and limits of said


SEC. 3. And be it enacted, That the legal voters of

Deer Park who have resided within its corporate limits


six months preceding the election, and all male citizens

to vote.

of the United States who own any interest in real

estate or in houses in said town of the age of twenty-

one years and upwards, shall, on the first Monday in

May, in the year eighteen hundred and eighty-four,

and shall every two years thereafter, on the first Mon-

day in May, elect five persons who are owners of real

Elect commis-

estate in said town, to serve for two years from the

date of their election and until their successors are

elected and qualified, and the services by said commis-

sioners shall be gratuitous and without pay.

SEC. 4. And be it enacted, That E. C. Tilson, Dod-

ridge Graham and William C. Jones be and they are

hereby appointed judges of election to hold the first

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