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Session Laws, 1828, 1829
Volume 540, Page 415   View pdf image (33K)
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            THOMAS KING, CARROLL, ESQ. GOVERNOR.                                                                                                       1829.

by the State, as a fund for the establishment and support of
free schools in the several counties of this State, and be subject
to the same rate of taxation in every respect as the several
incorporated Banks in this State now are or may hereafter
  CHAP. 84.  
    Sec. 30.  And be it enacted, [ ] it shall not be lawful for
the corporation aforesaid to receive or accept of any of its own
shares of stock, in payment of any debt or debts, and if any
share or shares are so accepted, then and in such case the
charter hereby granted shall immediately thereupon be forfeited
and annulled, and each and every Director consenting to
such acceptance shall forfeit and pay for every share he consents
so to accept, the sum of fifty dollars, the one half to the
informer and the other half to the State, to be adjudged and
recovered on indictment and conviction or confession of the
party accused, in the county court of the county wherein the
Banking House of said institution is situated.
    Bank receiving
stock in payment

                                        CHAPTER 85.

An act supplementary to the act entitled, an act authorising the
    appointing Inspectors and Wood Corders, and to regulate the
    cording of fire wood brought by water to the city of Baltimore
    for sale.

Passed Feb. 12, 1830.
    Sec. 1.  Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Maryland,
That the Mayor of the city of Baltimore be, and he is hereby
authorised and directed, at any time after the passage of this
law, and before the first Monday of April next ensuing, to divide
the city of Baltimore into as many districts for the purposes
of this act, as there are wood corders apportioned for
the said city, making the said districts as nearly equal as may
be, with regard to the quantity of fire wood usually landed or
deposited therein, at wharves, woodyards, or other places of
deposit in the city of Baltimore, for the purpose of sale.
   Authority to lay
off into districts.
    Sec. 2.  And be it enacted, That it shall be the duty of each
and every wood corder in the said city, to repair to the office
of the Mayor thereof, on the first Monday of April next, and
on every other Monday thereafter, at such hour as the said
Mayor may appoint; at which time the said Mayor shall assign
to each of said wood corders, the district in which he
shall act during the ensuing two weeks, so that the said wood
corders may act in rotation in the said districts, and that no
wood corder shall act in the said district for any four weeks
in succession.
Rotation proceeded.
    Sec. 3.  And be it enacted, That if any wood corder shall
inspect or cord wood in any other district than that which
Penalty for cording
out of district.

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