350 ARTICLE 2.
P. L. L., 1888, Art. 2, sec. 28. 1898, ch. 370. 1914, ch. 156. 1914 Code, sec. 29.
1. The boundaries of the City of Annapolis shall be as follows: Be-
ginning at the corner of the wall of the United States Naval Academy at
the eastern terminus of King George Street and following the said wall
in a westerly course, along said street, to the corner of the wall where it
intersects with said King George Street; thence along the enclosure of
the Naval Academy in a northerly direction to the north side of Hanover
Street; thence following the wall of the Naval Academy in a westerly
direction to the west side of Wagner Street; thence following the wall
of the Naval Academy in a southerly direction to the north side of King
George Street; thence in a westerly direction, following the wall of the
Naval Academy, and in a straight line to the west, shore of Dorsey's
(College) Creek; thence following the meanderings of the west shore of
said creek, to a monument there placed; thence in a straight line to the
northeast corner of the stone wall enclosing the National Cemetery; thence
following the said stone wall to its southeast corner; thence in a straight
line to a monument planted on the south side of West Street where the
building line of said street intersects with the railroad tracks leading
to Bay Ridge; thence in a southerly direction, following the west rail of
said track to the south shore of Spa Creek, to a monument there placed;
thence following the meanderings of the south shore of said Spa Creek
to Sycamore Point at the mouth of said creek; thence in a straight line
to the outer corner of the long wharf at the United States Light House
(Old Fort Madison); thence in a straight line to the place of beginning.
And the said city shall be divided into four wards by the corporation of
said city, and the citizens of Annapolis qualified to vote for members of
the General Assembly of Maryland, and otherwise qualified by the regis-
tration and election laws for such cases made and provided, shall elect by
ballot, in every alternate year, accounting from the year 1915, on the
second Monday of July, a Mayor and a Counselor, and the voters in each
ward shall at the same time elect by ballot two residents thereof as
Aldermen, who shall constitute the corporation of the said city under
the name and style of the Mayor, Counselor and Aldermen of the City of
Smith v. Annapolis, 97 Md. 736.
1922, ch. 523.
2. Whenever twenty per cent, or more of the registered voters resid-
ing in any area of Anne Arundel County directly adjacent to the City
of Annapolis, but not a part of the same shall petition the Mayor, Coun-
selor and Aldermen of the City of Annapolis to hold a special election to
determine whether or not such area shall become a part of the City of
Annapolis, the said petition to set out definitely the limits of such area,
*Annapolis has been authorized to issue bonds as follows: 1924, ch. 4, $100,000
for public Improvements.