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Session Laws, 1916
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verse north forty-nine and one-quarter degrees west), seventeen
hundred and forty-two feet to a stone to be set, thence at right-
angles south forty and three-quarters degrees west, twelve hun-
dred and fifty feet, thence north forty-nine and one-quarter
degrees west fourteen hundred and eighty-six feet to the afore-
said railroad line, thence binding thereon (about) south twenty-
seven and one-half degrees west, twelve hundred and sixty-
four feet to the beginning.

3. All male citizens residing within the corporate limits of
said town above the age of twenty-one years, and assessed on
the tax books of said town with one hundred dollars' worth
of real or personal property, all taxes due and in arrears on
which have been paid, and who have resided in said town for
three months next previous to the election at which" they offer
to vote, shall, on the first Saturday of May in the year 1904
and on said Saturday every two years thereafter elect by bal-
lot, five freeholders of said town, each of whom has resided
therein for six months next preceding such election, as Com-
missioners of Aberdeen, to serve for two years or. until their
successors shall be elected and have qualified; and they shall
receive no pay for their services. The judges of election shall
have access to the tax books of said town for the purpose of
determining the qualification of any voter whose right to vote
is questioned.

4. The commissioners shall bi-annually on or before the first
Saturday in April, give notice by hand-bills or by publication in
some newspaper published in said town of the election, and
shall appoint three judges who shall conduct the election ac-
cording to the election laws of the State of Maryland, except
that the polls shall be opened at twelve o'clock M. and close at
six o'clock P. M. The first election held under this Act shall
be held on the first Saturday of May, 1892, and it shall be
the duty of the County Commissioners of Harford County to
designate the place, and appoint the judges of said election.

5. The commissioners shall meet in said town on or before
the first Saturday in June next succeeding their election, and
as often thereafter as may be necessary, to discharge the duties
of their office, not less, however, than once in every three

6. The commissioners, shall, on their first meeting, after
an election, elect one of their number to be president of the
board, and all vacancies in the board of commissioners shall



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