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Code of the Public Local Laws of Maryland, 1930
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2024 ARTICLE 8.

P. L. L., 1888, Art. 8, sec. 252. 1874, ch. 216.

357. The limits of the town shall commence on the Susquehanna River,
at the eastern terminus of the old Port Deposit bridge, and run thence
north forty-five degrees, east one-quarter of a mile; thence in a southeast-
erly direction in a straight line to a point one-fourth of a mile from the
centre of the main street of said town on the road leading from Port
Deposit to Battle Swamp, known as the Bell's Ferry Road; thence in a
straight line to a point on Herring Run, one-fourth of a mile from the
Susquehanna River; thence down the said run to the Susquehanna River,
and then by and with the said river to the place of beginning.

P. L. L., 1888, Art. 8, see. 253. 1874, ch. 216.

358. The President and Commissioners may appoint a clerk, and pre-
scribe his duties, and allow him such compensation for his services as they
may think proper.

1918, ch. 124, sec. 253A.

359. The President and Commissioners may appoint a treasurer or
such other officer or officers as may be needed for the proper conduct of
the affairs of the town or corporation, and shall have the power to prescribe
the duties of each officer and to allow him such compensation for his serv-
ices as they may think proper.

P. L. L., 1888, Art. 8, sec. 254. 1874, ch. 216.

360. All ordinances passed by the President and Commissioners shall
be entered by the clerk in a book to be kept by him for that purpose;
and said ordinances, or printed copies thereof, shall be kept for the inspec-
tion of any person interested.

P. L. L., 1888, Art. 8, sec. 255. 1874, ch. 216.

361. The President and Commissioners shall have power to determine
upon and regulate all matters relating to the building of wharves in the
town, and to regulate the mooring of rafts, arks and boats on the waters
of the Susquehanna River in front of said town.

P. L. L., 1888, Art. 8, sec. 256. 1874, ch. 216.

362. The proprietors of lots binding on and entitled to the privileges
of the water in said town may, subject to the rules and ordinances of the
President and Commissioners, wharf out and extend and improve the
whole front of their lots for such distance as from time to time they shall
think proper; and they shall be entitled exclusively to such emoluments
arising from the wharfage thereof as may be fixed upon by the President
and Commissioners; but nothing contained in this or the preceding section
shall prevent the owner of any wharf erected in said town, from having the
exclusive right to use, occupy and enjoy the same at pleasure.

P. L. L., 1888. Art. 8. sec. 257. 1874, ch. 216.

363. The President and Commissioners shall have the power to pass
ordinances regulating the market, measurement and weight of all provi-

 

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