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Session Laws, 1828, 1829
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1829.                                                                                LAWS OF MARYLAND.

  CHAP. 67.  
of this act,  [] which may have been heretofore, or which may
hereafter be granted, by said company.


Passed Feb. 5, 1830.
                                        CHAPTER 68.

An act supplementary to an act, entitled, an act to revive the act
    to incorporate the Humane Impartial Society of the City of

Officers of the society.
    Section 1.  Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Maryland,
That the officers of the Humane Impartial Society of
Baltimore, shall hereafter consist of a President, Vice President,
Treasurer, Recording Secretary, Corresponding Secretary,
and as many managers, as the members of said society
shall think proper to elect; the said officers to be elected according
to the existing charter and laws of the society, provided,
however, that the powers, duties and numbers of the
Trustees of said society shall not be in any manner changed
by this law.
    Sec. 2.  And be it enacted, That the number of managers to
be elected, also the number necessary to form a quorum, may
be regulated by by laws.


Passed Feb. 8, 1830.
                                        CHAPTER 69.

                An act for the benefit of Margarette Wight.
    WHEREAS, it is represented to the General Assembly of
Maryland, that it would be advantageous to Margarette Wight
and her children, that power should be granted to the said
Margarette to lease in perpetuity certain lots of ground, lying
in the city of Baltimore, heretofore given to the said Margarette,
by her father, Henry Shetour.  Therefore,
Authority to lease

    Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Maryland, That
William J. Wight and Margarette Wight his wife, be, and
they are hereby authorised to demise and lease for the term of
ninety nine years, renewable forever, all or any of the property
conveyed by Henry Shetour, to said Margarette Wight, by
three several deeds, bearing date on the ninth day of July, in
the year eighteen hundred and eighty, and recorded among the
land records of Baltimore county court, in Liber W. G. No.
194 folios 104, 105, 106, 107, &c.  Provided always, That
in such leases, there shall be reserved the best rents to be obtained
at the time of making such leases, and provided also,
the said rent be reserved to be paid to the said Margarette
Wight during her life, and at her death, to her children, their
heirs, executors, administrators or assigns.

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