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THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
STATE OF VIRGINIA
SESSION OF 1879-80.
ACTS AND JOINT RESOLUTIONS.
CHAP. 1.-An ACT to incorporate the Lovettsville Union Cemetery
Approved December 19, 1879.
1. Be it enacted by the general assembly, That Peter A. Corporators: Fry, George Wire, L. W. Hickman, J. W. Goodhart, John D. Fry, Charles K. Hough, John Compher of P., Joseph Compher, Charles W. Fry of S., Jacob D. Virtz, John G. R. Kalb, David
-line, Charles W. Fry of I., John W. Nixon, and William J. HONI "vais ?e, their successors and associates, and all such persons as
iereafter become owners of lots in the cemetery hereby incorporated, shall be and are hereby created and made a body politic and corporate under the name and style of The Lovetts- Corporate ville Union Cemetery Company.
2. The said company shall have the right to hold, in or near Right to hold the town of Lovettsville, not exceeding in quantity ten acres etery, and genof land, for the purposes of said cemetery; and shall have eral powers power to lay out and ornament the same, to erect such buildings thereon as it may deem necessary and proper, to arrange burial lots, and to make and enforce by reasonable fines and penalties such by-laws, rules and regulations for the government of the establishment as it shall judge best : provided the same be not Proviso contrary to the constitution and laws of the United States or of this state.
3. That hereafter no streets, lanes, alleys or roads shall be Streets made or established, or made over said land, or any part tery prohi
through ceme thereof, except for the use of said company, (without the bited
Exception consent of the said company,) nor shall the same be condemned or taken for any public use without the like consent.
4. The estate, property and affairs of said corporation, not Board of direcotherwise provided for, shall be managed and controlled by a board of nine trustees, to be chosen from among the original corporators, or those who may have become proprietors of lots in said cemetery, in which elections each corporator or lotowner shall be entitled to one vote.
5. That the first meeting of the members of said company Time of meetshall take place at the said cemetery grounds at such time as ing of corpomay be designated by the first six of the persons named in this act, seven days' public notice of the same being given previous to said meeting ; at which meeting and at all other meetings the members may vote in person or by proxy.
tors, how chosen