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Session Laws, 1906 Session
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1092

LAWS OF MARYLAND.

CHAP. 550

Taxable limit
of Frederick

intersection with another stone fence, said point being one
hundred and seventy-seven and one-tenth feet south of the
center of the Frederick and Hagerstown turnpike; thence
with an angle of deflection of forty-nine degrees ten minutes
to the right and a tangent of five thousand eight hundred and
fifteen and eight-tenths feet to a planted stone, said stone
being a corner of the lands of the Hon. John C. Motter, and
at the point of intersection of his lands with the lands of the
Frederick City Manufacturing and Development Company's
northwest addition to Frederick; thence with an angle of
sixty-six degrees ten minutes to the right and with a tangent
of two thousand and fifty-one and eight- tenths feet to the first-
mentioned place of beginning. And the boulevard, streets
and avenues laid out in that portion of the above described
taxable limits, known as the northwestern addition to
Frederick, shall be and remain as at present located; and it

Authority
given to
establish
grade for
boulevard,
streets and
avenues, etc

shall be the duty of the Mayor and Aldermen of Frederick
to forthwith establish a grade for said boulevard, streets and
avenues, and to macadamize the same; to provide water
facilities for the lots lying on said boulevard, streets and
avenues in the same manner as are provided for the other
portions of Frederick city, and to charge the same rates for
the use of said water; and the said Mayor and Aldermen
shall have full power and authority to assess, levy and collect
within said limits any and all taxes whatsoever, which they
were authorized to assess, levy and collect within the taxable
limits as heretofore existing; provided, however, that all

Tax to be
levied.

land now used exclusively for agricultural purposes, which
prior to the passage of this Act was beyond the taxable
limits of the city, shall be exempt from assessment and
taxation by the Mayor and Aldermen of Frederick so long
as it is used exclusively for agricultural purposes or until it
becomes liable to assessment and taxation as hereinafter
provided; whenever any land now used exclusively for
agricultural purposes which is taken into the taxable limits
of said city by this Act shall be laid off into building lots,
and any lot or lots so laid off are sold or built upon, then all
such lots so laid off shall be liable to assessment and taxa-
tion; and whenever any street is opened through or abutting
such land, either by the Mayor and Aldermen of Frederick
or by an individual, firm or corporation, or any street or
road now laid out is conveyed to, condemned by or dedi-



 
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