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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1876
Volume 199, Page 681   View tiff image (58K)
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JOHN LEE CARROLL, ESQUIRE, GOVERNOR

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tricts; in the eight district, two dollars per day, not

 

to exceed three hundred dollars for the district; in

 

the fourth district, two dollars per day not to

 

exceed three hundred dollars; in. the second, fifth,

 

sixth, seventh, tenth and eleventh districts, two dol-

 

lars per day, not to exceed two hundred dollars for

 

either districts; which shall be paid out of the spe-

 

cial road fund of their respective districts; and they

 

are hereby authorized to incur any expen&e neces-

Authorized to
incur expense

sary for the proper work of the road or the duties of

 

their office, provided, the county commissioners ap-

 

prove; the building and repair of all bridges in Bal-

 

timore county shall be under the control of the

 

county commissioners, and whenever twenty or

 

more taxable inhabitants of Baltimore county shall

 

desire the building or rebuilding of any bridge, they

 

may make application to the county commissioners,

Make applica-
tion.

and the county commissioners shall issue a commis-

 

sion to three disinterested tax payers of said county,

 

directing them to meet on the premises named in

 

said application, at a stated time and examine and

Examine and

determine if the public convenience requires said

detetmine.

bridge, and the probable cost thereof, and they shall

 

report their opinion in writing to the county com-

 

missioners, and if the county commissioners shall be

 

of the opinion that such application ought to be

 

granted, they shall advertise in one or more news-

Give notice.

papers published in Baltimore county, setting forth

 

the place where such bridge is to be built, with full

 

specifications of the plan and materials, and that

 

sealed proposals for building said bridge will be re-

 

ceived until a day named in said advertisement; on

 

the day named in said advertisement, the proposals

Award con-

shall be opened and the contract awarded to the

tract.

lowest responsible bidder, who, in the opinion of the

 

county commissioners, shall be qualified to build said

 

bridge; the contractors shall give bond double the

Give bond.

amount of the contract, for the faithful performance

 

of said contract, and when said bridge shall be com-

 

pleted to the satisfaction of the county commission-

 

ers, they shall pay to the contractor the last instal-

 

ment due thereon and shall accept the bridge for the

 

use of the public.

 


 
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