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									1794]         The iS~tatuteRat Large of Pen;isylvania.                  19

   [Section IL] (Section II. P. L.) And be it further enact-
ed by the authority aforesaid, That the governor be, and he is
hei’eby, authorized and empowered to draw a warrant or war-
rants on the state treasurer for any sum not exceeding one thou-
sand dollars, for the purpose of carrying this act into effect, to
be paid out of the funds appropriated for the suppoi’t of govern-
ment.
        Passed March 11, 1794.   Recorded L. B. No. 5, p. 189.
        IChapter 1704.




                        CHAPTER MDCCXX.



A SUPPLEMENT TO THE ACT ENTiTLED “AN ACT TO ENABLE THE
  GOVERNOR OF THIS COMMONWEALTH TO INCORPORATE A COM-
  PANY FOR OPENING A CANAL AND LOCK NAVIGATION ON THE
  WATERS OF BRANDYWINE CREEK.”i

   \Vhci’eas by the first sectioli of the act entitled “An act to en-
able the governor of thiis• coiiinionwealth to incorporate a coni-
pany for opening a canal and lock navigation 01! the waters of
Braiidywiilc (‘1’(~k,t l1iI~(~1 tenth day of April lust, the corn-
                                the
missioners therein name(l were required to pi’ocure a hook or
books and OPCI! the same to receive subscriptions for shares of
siock in the said company, in the manner and at the times in
the said act mentioned; but the legislature of the state of
l)elaware not having passed a law at that time, enabling the
s~ibscrlbersto extend the said canal navigation from the place
where the same shall intersect the line dividing this state from
the state of Delaware, in and through the same state, into the
tide waters of the river Delaware, the said commissioners cOUI(l
not, by reason of the provision contained in the twenty-first
section of the sai(l act, open the said hook or books within the
time by the said recited act l~inited. And whereas the legislature
of the state of Delaware have since passed a law for the purposes
aforesaid.
        ‘Paised April 10, 1793, Chapter 1684.
            The $tatute.~at Large of Penn~8ylvania.               [1794

    [Section 1.] (Section I. P. L.) Be it therefore enacted by
the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania, in General Assembly met, and it is hereby en-
acted by the authority of the same, That the said commission-
ers may and shall, on or before the first day of June next, op’en a
book or books for the purpose of receiving subscriptions to the
stock of the said company, and shall thereupon proceed in the
 like manner, shall give the same notice in the newspapers, and
 be subject to the same regulations and conditions, as are direct-
 ed in and by the act to which this is a supplement.
    (Section II, P. 14.) And whereas by the fourth section of
the said act tile commissioners appointed to view and lay down
the courses of the canals therein mentioned were directed to
 return a plan thereof, with topographical observations thereon,
to the present general assembly, and it is apprehended that they
 may not he able to complete the same in the time limited. Where-
 fore:
    [Section IL] Be it further enacted by the authority afore-
 said, That the said commissioners may and shall be allowed to
 return the said plan, and perform the duties enjoined on them
 by the said act, at any time during the sitting of the present.
 or before the end of the next succeeding, general assembly.
       Passed March 19, 1794. Recorded L. B. No. —, p. (not given).
       Further Supplement passed February 21, 1795, Chapter 1799.




                     CHAPTER MDCCXXI.



AN ACT TO ERECT THE TOWNSHIPS OF COLEBROOKDALE, EARL
 DISTRICT AND HEREFORD, IN THE COUNTY OF BERKS, INTO A
 SEPARATE ELECTION DISTRICT.

   [Section L] (Section I. P. L.) Be it enacted by the Senate
and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Penn-
sylvania, in General Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted by
the authority of the same, That the townships of Colebrookdale,
Earl District and Hereford, in tile county of Berks, are hereby

								
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