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Directors of all said Public Works to guard

the public interest, and prevent the estab-

lishment of tolls which shall discriminate

against the interest of the citizens or products

of this State, and from time to time, and

as often as there shall be any change in the

rates of toll on any of the said Works,

to furnish the said Board of Public Works

a schedule of such modified rates of toll,

and so adjust them as to promote the agri-

cultural interests of the State; they shall

report to the General Assembly at each

regular session, and recommend such legis-

lation as they may deem necessary and

requisite to promote or protect the interests

of the State in the said Public Works; they

shall perform such other duties as may be

hereafter prescribed by Law, and a majority

of them shall be competent to act. The

Governor, Comptroller and Treasurer shall

receive no additional salary for services

rendered by them as members of the Board

of Public Works.

Sec. 3. The Board of Public Works is

hereby authorized, subject to such regula-

tions and conditions as the General As-

sembly may from time to time prescribe,

to sell the State's interest in all works of

Internal Improvement, whether as a stock-

holder or a creditor, and also the State's

interest in any banking corporation, re-

ceiving in payment the bonds and regis-

tered debt now owing by the State, equal

in amount to the price obtained for the

State's said interest.


Section, 1. The General Assembly may

See Sections 7.01-7.04, beginning at p. 89.

provide, by Law, for orgaigizing new coun-

ties, locating and removing county seats,

and changing county lines; but no new

county shall be organized without the con-

sent of the majority of the legal voters

residing within the limits proposed to be

formed into said new county; and whenever

a new county shall be proposed to be

formed out of portions of two or more

counties, the consent of a majority of the

legal voters of such part of each of said

counties, respectively, shall be required; nor

shall the lines of any county nor of Balti-

more City be changed without the consent

of a majority of the legal voters residing

within the district, which under said pro-

posed change, would form a part of a

county or of Baltimore City different from

that to which it belonged prior to said



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