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Session Laws, 1924
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ALBERT C. RITCHIE, GOVERNOR. 259

the direction of Lieut. Col. W. C. Langfitt" and approved in
March, 1912, by W. C. Langfitt, Lieut. Col., Corps of Engi-
neers, United States Army, and filed in the office of the Super-
intendent of Lighthouses of the Fifth Lighthouse District, in
Baltimore, Maryland, —the said point (A) being at the inter-
section of the former mean low-water line as delineated on
said plat and the boundary line between Prince George's
County, Maryland, and the District of Columbia) and running
thence along the said mean low-water line to point (B) (which
point B is at the intersection of the said mean low-water line
and a retaining wall there situated), and running thence along
said retaining wall N 84° 33' 57" E, twenty-two feet, more or
less, to a point (C), (the southeast corner of the retaining wall
of the Battery Cove reclaimed area), thence N 1° 22' W. two
hundred and eighty-five feet, more or less, to the point (D)
(the intersection of the retaining wall with the boundary line
between Prince George's County, Maryland, and the District
of Columbia), thence S. 45°W, three hundred and thirty feet,
more or less, along the said boundary line between Prince
George's County, Maryland, and the District of Columbia, to
the place of beginning; the whole comprising. 927 acre, more
or less, being a portion of the same tract of land which was
conveyed by Charles I to Lord Baltimore by the Charter of
June 20, 1632; the said maintenance or construction of the
Lighthouse or other aids to navigation in the said Battery
Cove area to constitute the consideration for the conveyance
to the said United States of America.

SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That exclusive jurisdiction
in and over the said land so deeded to the United States shall
be and the same is hereby ceded to the United States for all pur-
poses except the service upon such property of civil and crimi-
nal process of Courts of this State, but the jurisdiction so
ceded shall continue no longer than the said United States
shall own such land.

SEC. 3. And be it further enacted, That this Act shall take
effect June 1, 1924.

Approved April 9, 1924.

CHAPTER 122.

AN ACT to authorize and direct the County Commissioners for
Montgomery County to issue bonds in an amount not to ex-
ceed twenty-seven thousand five hundred dollars and to
levy and collect taxes on the assessable property of Mont-

 

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