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for the good government of the said seminary, and the
insruction of the youth aforesaid, and to appoint such
number of their own body, not less that five, as the
may think proper to be a quorum or committee for
transacting all general and necessary business of the said
seminary, and making temporary rules for the manage-
ment thereof, and also to delegate to the said professors
and teachers, such powers and authorities as they shall
think expedient, for the government and discipline of
the said seminary, and the execution of the regulation
thereof, and also to make such regulations for the direc-
tion, visitation, and examination of the said seminary
and the students and scholars therein, as shall best pro-

CHAP. 554.

mote the important objects of the institution; provided
always, that the said ordinances be. not repugnant to the
constitution and laws of this State.


SEC. 5. And be it enacted, That the said trustees
and their successors, or a majority of them, shall meet
at least twice in every year, in stated semi-annual meetings,
to be appointed by their own ordinances, and at, such
other times as by their said ordinances or by their own
adjournments they may direct, and when so assembled
they shall have power from time to time to appoint a
president, treasurer and secretary, to make, contracts
with the professors or teachers, relative to the instruction
of the scholars to be placed under their care, and for
the payment, of their salaries, to examine the progress of
the students and scholars, to hear and determine on all
complaints and appeals, and upon all matters touching the
discipline and government of the said seminary, and the
execution of their ordinances, and generally to manage
the state and concerns of the said seminary, in such man-
ner as they shall deem best for the advantage of the in-


their powers
and duties.

An act to authorise the Clerk of Worcester County
Court, to record a certain paper therein mentioned.

Passed Mar. 9,

WHEREAS, it. is represented to this General Assembly
of Maryland, that a certain James Perdue, late of
Worcester county, deceased, by his last will and tes-
tament, which has been duly executed and admitted to
probate according to law, and is recorded in the office
the register of wills in said county, did devise certain


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