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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1874
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348

LAWS OF MARYLAND.
transported ; and for passengers, not exceeding the

 

rate of five cents per mile or proportionate part of a

 

mile for each passenger; and it is hereby further

Refusal or ne-

provided, that in event of the refusal or neglect of

glect to comply

the Baltimore and Potomac Rail Road Company to

 

comply with the provisions of this act, either as to

 

the rate of the charges or making up of the time-

 

tables for the passage of trains of the Western Mary-

 

land Railroad, or other roads, who have the right

 

to use the tunnel, then, and in that case, the party

 

or road so aggrieved, shall have the right to recover

 

from the said Baltimore and Potomac Rail Road

 

Company, by action in any court of law in this State

 

of competent jurisdiction, a sum of not leas thau five

 

hundred nor more than one thousand dollars, for

 

each day of such refusal or neglect.

In force

SEC 2. And be it enacted, That this act shall take

 

effect from and after the date of its passage.

 

Approved, April 6th, 1874.

 

CHAPTER 233.

 

AN ACT to establish the Maryland House of Cor-

 

rection.

 

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of

Establish
house of cor-

Maryland, That there shall be established at some

rection

accessible point, near the City of Baltimore, or at

 

such point as the Board of Public Works and Attor-

 

ney General may select, an institution to be called

 

the Maryland House of Correction, which shall be

 

under the control of the Board of Managers herein-

 

after provided for.

 

SEC. 2. And be it enacted, That the said Board of

Board of Man-
agers

Managers, of whom the Governor, Comptroller, At-

 

torney General, and Treasurer of the State, for the

 

time being, shall always be ex-officio members shall

 

consist of the following persons, viz : James I.

 

Hurley, John W. Davis, Goldsborough S. Griffith,

 

and A. H. Greenfield, who shall serve for the term



 
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