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LLOYD LOWNDES, ESQUIRE, GOVERNOR.

Bel Air Turnpike Company," for the period of ten years
from and after the first day of April, in the year eighteen
hundred and ninety-eight.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Mary-

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land, That the force and effect of the Act of 1890, chapter
293, entitled "An Act to amend the charter of the Bel Air
Turnpike Company," be and the same is hereby extended for
the period of ten years from and after the first day of April,
in the year eighteen hundred and ninety-eight.

Extension of
time.

SEC. 2. And be it further enacted. That this Act shall take
effect from the date of its passage.
Approved March 22, 1898.

CHAPTER 73.
AN ACT to declare valid the election of William DeMott,
Edwin A. Alger, and James C. Brelsford, as Commissioners
of the town of Berwyn Heights, in Prince George's County,
on the first Monday in May, 1897, and to ratify and con-
firm the acts done by said Commissioners.


Effective.

WHEREAS, the Commissioners of the town of Berwyn
Heights, in Prince George's county, failed to appoint three
judges to hold an election for commissioners for the town of
JBerwyn Heights, on the first Monday in May, 1897, as pro-
vided for by the Acts of 1896, chapter 267 ; and
WHEREAS, The majority of voters of said town, entitled to

Preamble.

vote at said election, by agreement selected John 0. Bonnet,
John Dove and Mahlen C. Stotzenberg, to serve as judges of
said election, and
WHEREAS, The said John C. Bonnet, John Dove and Mahlen
C. Stotzenberg, as judges of election, in pursuance of said

Preamble.

agreement, held an election for Commissioners of said town on
the first Monday in May, 1897, in accordance with the provis-
ions of the Acts of 1896, chapter 267, and at said election
William DeMott, Edwin A. Alger and James C. Brelsford
were elected Commissioners of said town of Berwyn Heights,
in Prince George's county, for the ensuing year; and

Preamble.

WHEREAS, the validity of said election has been questioned
on account of the manner in which said judges were appointed,
therefore,
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Mary-
land, That the election of William De Mott, Edwin A. Alger

Preamble.



 
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