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road had not been located; but the superstructures of the
Corporation may borrow Inoney.
company shall declare to their stockholders dividends equal
jo corporation, at any time during the continuance of its charter, es.
Time for com-
to make contracts and engagements with any other company
21. And be it enacted, That the said company shall have ço power to connect with any other railroad now or hereafter other roads. built and established by any company incorporated by the legislature of the state of New Jersey, upon such terms and conditions as shall be agreed between them, and not inconsistent with their respective charters; provided, that no railroad” company shall charge more than two cents for each passenger passing over the line of the said the Newark and Clinton Horse Car Railroad Company for passage over any railroad in the city of Newark, from said boundary line between the township of Clinton and city of Newark to any depot in said city of any railroad company now or hereafter established on any point on said railroad in said city between said boundary line and said depot, nor more than two-fifths of the price charged by any such railroad company for freight for each ton of merchandize or property carried over the line of the railroad of the said the Clinton and Newark Horse Car Railroad Company.
22. And be it enacted, That this act shall take effect immediately.
Approved March 22, 1860.
CHA PTE R C C XX W I.
to 1. BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of
; Fiate the State of New Jersey, That Silas H. Kitchel, William W. Ward, William P. McMichael, Jonathan Pickel, and Joseph Cunningham, state prison inspectors, or a majority of them, are hereby authorized to erect and construct, by contract with some competent person or persons to erect and construct a wing, with additional cells, to the state prison, of the size, plan and specifications submitted by the joint committee on state prison accounts last year, to the inspectors of the state prison; the said plans, specifications and contracts to be first submitted to the governor and chancellor, and by them approved, before having force or effect.
§: - 2. And te it enacted, That before making any contract,
jo. said commissioners shall advertise in four daily newspapers, one in the city of Trenton, one in the city of Camden, one in the city of Newark, and one in the city of Paterson, at least four weeks, for proposals, and the contract for building said wing shall be given to the lowest bidder or bidders who will
Proviso... give satisfactory security for the completion of the contract; provided, that neither of the commissioners herein named shall be in any wise interested in the contract to be given out or in furnishing materials or doing the work.
ol. 3. And be it enacted, That it shall be lawful for the trea
*::::::::::" surer of this state, upon the warrant of the governor, to pay
ers. out on the order of the persons named in the first section of this act, or a majority of them, at such times and in such sums, as they or a majority of them may order, and in proportion as the work shall advance, the amount of the contract, which in the aggregate shall not exceed seventeen thousand dollars, and the accounts to be audited according to law. 4. And be it enacted, That said commissioners shall re-compensa. ceive for their services the same pay per diem as now allowed *...* them by law as inspectors for each day they shall be actually engaged in superintending the work; provided, that no pay proviso. as state prison inspectors shall be allowed said commissioners for any day they shall act as such commissioner.
5. And be it enacted, That this act shall take effect immediately.
Approved March 22, 1860.
A further supplement to an act concerning roads, approved April sixteenth, eighteen hundred and forty-six, and the several supplements thereto.
WHEREAs, excessive damages have in many instances been Preamble. assessed on land or real estate taken for roads, under the provisions of the acts to which this is a supplement, 1. BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of surveyors to
the State of New Jersey, That hereafter whenever any road . of dauor highway shall be laid out or altered by the six surveyors, or a majority of them, mentioned in the acts to which this is a further supplement, the said surveyors shall immediately thereafter make an assessment of the damage, if any, the
owner of any land or real estate other than the applicant or