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Session Laws, 1845
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directed to pay annually hereafter to the trustees of the
Welling academy, one-half of the money which is now
paid annually to the Patapsco Female Institute, as a dona-
tion from the State in accordance with resolution number
thirty-eight of December session, eighteen hundred and
thirty-five, as soon as, or whenever the said trustees shall
have complied with the laws in relation to schools, acade-
mies and colleges receiving donations from this State,
and that all acts or parts of acts that are inconsistent with

the provisions of this act, be and the same are hereby

CHAP. 324.


SEC. 6. And be it enacted; That nothing in this act
shall be so taken or construed as to allow the said corpo-
ration to issue any note, token, scrip or device, to be used
as a currency.

Issues forbid.

SEC. 7. And be it enacted, That this act of incorpora-
tion shall enure Cor thirty years from the time of its pas-
sage, and that the legislature reserves to itself the right
to alter or annul this act of incorporation at pleasure.


Enure for 30


Right reser-

An act to incorporate a company to make a Turnpike Road
from Caton's Lime Kiln, in Baltimore County, to
Black Rock Mills.

Passed Mar.
9, 1846.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of
Maryland, That a company be incorporated to make a
turnpike road from Caton's lime kiln in Baltimore county,
to Black Rock Mills, to be located by the president and
managers that may hereafter be chosen under, this act,
upon the bed of the road heretofore laid out for that

Make a turn-

pike road.

SEC. 2 And be it enacted, That subscription books
be opened for a capital stock of ten thousand dollars in
shares of twenty-five dollars each, and that subscriptions
be taken at Shawan in said County, under the direction
of John T. H. Worthington, John Johns, Doctor Edward
Gill, Thomas Lucas and Edward P. Philpot, or any
three of them, who are hereby appointed commissioners
for the purpose aforesaid, who shall on or before the
tenth day of May next, procure books, and in each enter
as follows, to wit: We whose names are hereinto sub-
scribed, do promise to pay to the president and mana-

books opened.

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