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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1748-1751
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ACTS OF ASSEMBLY PASSED IN
DECEMBER 1751


At a Session of Assembly begun and held at the City of An-
napolis the seventh Day of December in the first Year of the Domin-
ion of the Right Honourable Frederick Absolute Lord and Proprie-
tary of the Provinces of Maryland and Avalon Lord Baron of Bal-
timore &c. Annoq Domini 1751 and ending the fourteenth day of
the same Month.
The following Laws were Enacted and Assented to by his Excel-
lency Samuel Ogle Esquire, Governor.

Liber B. L. C.

p. 551

An Act for the Dividing of certain Warehouses in Talbot County,
therein named.

[No. i.]

Whereas it is represented to this General Assembly, that the
Warehouses for Inspecting Tobacco, at Thomas Bruff's and Old-
Field Landing, and that of Philip Emerson's, on his Dwelling Plan-
tation in Talbot County (all at present under one and the same In-
spection), are so remote from each other, and the Quantities of
Tobacco brought into them so great, that the Office of Inspectors
for the said Houses cannot be duly executed.

[Preamble.]

Be it therefore Enacted by the Right Honourable the Lord Pro-
prietary, by and with the Advice and Consent of his Lordship's Gov-
ernor, and the Upper and Lower Houses of Assembly, and the Au-
thority of the same, That the Warehouses above-mentioned shall,
and are hereby deeclared to be under two separate and distinct In-
spections; and that the Warehouse at Thomas Bruff's Landing be
under one Inspection; and the Warehouses at Old Field Landing
and that of Philip Emerson's, at his Dwelling Plantation in Talbot
County, be under one Inspection; any Thing in the Act for amending
the Staple of Tobacco, for preventing Frauds in his Majesty's Cus-
toms, and for the Limitation of Officers Fees, or any other Act, to
the contrary in any wise notwithstanding.

[Warehouses
therein
mentioned
divided.]

And be it further Enacted by the Authority aforesaid, That there
shall be paid to the Inspectors appointed to attend at the aforesaid
Warehouses, the Salaries hereafter mentioned; that is to say, To
each Inspector for the Warehouses at Old Field Landing and Philip
Emerson's, the Sum of Forty Pounds Current Money per Annum ;
and to each Inspector for the Warehouse at Thomas Bruff's Land-
ing, the Sum of Forty Pounds Current Money per Annum; any
Thing in the above-recited, or any other Act, to the contrary not-
withstanding.

[Respective
Salaries
of the
Inspectors.]



 
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