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Session Laws, 1888 Session
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of Hampstead," and by that name shall have
perpetual succession; may sue and be sued; may
purchase, hold, sell and dispose of real, per-
sonal and mixed property for the use and benefit
of said town, and may have and use a common
seal, which may be broken or altered at pleas-
SEC. 2. And be it enacted, That the limits of
said town shall be as follows : Beginning at the
corner on the northwest side of the Baltimore
and Hanover turnpike, where the Baltimore and


Harrisburg railroad crosses said turnpike at the
north end of the village of Hampstead, and
running with said railroad southward to a point
south of the Houcksville road opposite the lane
running eastward from said turnpike on the line
of the properties of Charles Richards and How-
ard Kemp, and thence eastward to the centre of
the Hanover turnpike along said lane three hun-
dred feet from the centre of said turnpike, thence
northward parallel with said Baltimore and
Hanover turnpike to said Baltimore and Har-
risburg railroad, thence southwestward along
said railroad to the place of beginning.
SEC. 3. And be it enacted, That they, the
mayor and council of Hampstead, shall be seven
in number, and shall be elected on the first
Monday in May annually, on and after the first


Monday in May, Anno Domini eighteen hun-
dred and eighty-eight. All male inhabitants of
said town, citizens of the United States, above
twenty-one years of age, who shall have bona
fide residence in said town six months next pre-
ceding the election at which they shall offer to
vote, and all male citizens of this state over the
age of twenty-one years, shall be entitled to vote
for said mayor and council of said town, and be
eligible to the position of mayor or council.
SEC. 4. And be it enacted, That the said mayor
and council shall, at least two weeks before the

Annual elec-

time herein fixed for the said corporation elec-
tion of each and every year, after the first
Monday of May, eighteen hundred and eighty-
eight, give notice of the time and place of the
election of mayor and council for said town by
printed notices put up at least in three of the
most public places in said town, and at some

Shall give no-

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