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MARYLAND, sc.

At a Session of the General Assembly of Maryland, begun
    and held at the City of Annapolis, on Monday, the 3d
    of November, in the year of our Lord 1806, and ended
    the 5th day of January, 1807,

                                HIS EXCELLENCY

            ROBERT WRIGHT, ESQUIRE, GOVERNOR.

    THE FOLLOWING LAWS WERE ENACTED, TO WIT:
 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

    1805.

                                    CHAPTER I.
An Act to settle and ascertain the Salary of the Members of the Council
                    for the ensuing year.  Lib. TH. No. 1, fol. 191.
CHAP. I.

Passed Dec. 31.

    BE IT ENACTED, by the General Assembly of Maryland, That
each member of the council shall be entitled to receive the sum of
two hundred pounds current money for his salary.
Salary ascertained.
                                            _____  
                                        CHAP. II.
An Act authorising a Lottery for raising a sum of money for the use
    and benefit of the Charitable Marine Society of the City of Baltimore.
    Lib. TH. No. 1, fol. 191.

Passed Dec. 31.
    WHEREAS application hath been made to this general assembly,
by the president and managers of the Charitable Marine Society
of Baltimore (a), to raise a sum of money by lottery, the better
to enable them to carry into effect the benevolent purpose of their
institution, and their prayer appearing reasonable, together with a
manifest disposition prevalent in this house to aid, by legislative
acts, institutions so well calculated as theirs to mitigate the distresses
of the widows and fatherless; therefore,

(a)  This society incorporated by 1796, ch. 2.

Preamble.
    2.  BE IT ENACTED, by the General Assembly of Maryland, That 
William Matthews, Thorndick Chase, Tobias E. Stansbury, John
Snyder, Timothy Gardner, Thomas Rogers, Daniel Howland,
John Ogsden, Thomas Tennent, Thomas Sprigg and Peter Gold,
or a majority of them, be and they are hereby authorised to propose
a scheme of a lottery, and to sell and dispose of the tickets,
as well in the city of Baltimore as in any other part of the state,
clear of the city taxes, any law to the contrary notwithstanding,
for raising a sum of money, not exceeding fifteen thousand dollars,
for the use and benefit of the Charitable Marine Society of Baltimore.
Scheme may be
proposed.
    3.  AND BE IT ENACTED, That before the said William Matthews, 
Thorndick Chase, Tobias E. Stansbury, John Snyder,
Timothy Gardner, Thomas Rogers, Daniel Howland, John Ogsden,
Thomas Tennent, Thomas Sprigg and Peter Gold, proceed to
Bond to be given.


 
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