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Session Laws, 1892
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FRANK BROWN, ESQUIRE, GOVERNOR.

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CHAPTER 138.


AN ACT to authorize the mayor and city council of Balti-


more to issue the stock of said corporation to an amount


not exceeding six millions of dollars for building a court


house and securing the necessary ground therefor ; for


the opening, widening, repairing and paving of streets ;


the construction of sewers and bridges ; the supplying of


school buildings; the laying of conduits for telegraph and


other wires : the preparation of topographical maps : and


for other permanent public improvements, and to authorize


the submission of all ordinances for that purpose to the


legal voters of said city.


SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of


Maryland, That the mayor and city council of Baltimore


be and they are hereby authorized to issue the stock of the


city of Baltimore to an amount not exceeding six millions

City stockó
for what

of dollars, the proceeds thereof to be used for the building

purposes

of a court house, and securing the necessary ground there

and how to

be issued.

for ; for the opening, widening, repairing and paving of


streets; the construction of sewers and bridges; the supply-


ing of school buifdings ; the laying of conduits for telegraph


and other wires; the preparation of topographical maps,


and for other permanent public improvements ; said stock


shall be issued from time to time in such amounts, payable


at such time or times, and shall bear such rate of interest


as the said mayor and city council of Baltimore shall pro-


vide by ordinance ; but the said stock shall not be issued


unless the ordinance which the mayor and city council of


Baltimore are hereby authorized to enact, shall be approved


by a majority of the votes of the legal voters of said city,


cast at the time and place to be appointed by said ordinance


in a provision tor submitting the same to the legal voters of


said city, as required by section 7, article 11, of the consti-


tution of Maryland.


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


take effect from the date of its passage.

Effective

Approved March 15th, 1892.




 
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