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FIFTY-THIRD CONGRESS. SES!. III. CHS. 167, 168. 1895. 7 2] persons so offending shall forfeit and pay for each such offen se not less than twenty-five nor more than one hundred dollars, to be recovered as other fines and penalties in said District, and shall remain liable, in addition to said penalty, for any loss or damage occasioned by his or her or their act as aforesaid; but no suit shall be brought unless commenced within sixty days after such offense shall have been committed. Sec. 19. That the said railway company shall have the right of way Crossings. across such other railways as are now in operation within the limits of the lines granted by this Act, and is hereby authorized to construct its said road across such other railways: Provided, That it shall not {,’;·;"tfj•;;md0r¤av°, interrupt the travel of such other railways in such construction. ` Sino; 20. That no person shall be prohibited the right to travel on any Fd¤¤¢i¤¤. M-. fwm part of said road or ejected irom the cars by the company’s employees °°"` for any other cause than that of being drunk, disorderly, or contagiously diseased, or refusing to pay the legal fare exactcd, or to comply with the lawful general regulations of the company. · - ' Sm. 21. That in the event the company should not be able to come iésidvmsuon pw to an agreement with the owner or owners of any land through °° `°g°° which the said road may be located to pass, proceedings for the condemnation for the use of the company of so much of said land as may be required, noteexceeding tidy feet in width, may be instituted in the usual way in the supreme court of the District of Columbia, under such rules and regulations as said court may prescribe for such purposes. Sec. 22. That the said railway company shall deposit with the col- m{>¤1>¤¤i¤ as zwlector of taxes, District of Columbia, the sum of one thousand dollars, y' within sixty days from the passage of this Act, as a guaranty that it will commence and complete its road within the time herein limited. ' Should the- said railway company fail to commence or complete the construction of its road within the limit of time prescribed by this Act, said sum of one thousand dollars shall be forfeited by the said railway. rtrmmzs. company, and shall be deposited by the collector of taxes with ·the United States Treasurer to the credit of the United States and the District of Columbia, in equal parts. Sec. 23. That all plans relating to the locationand construction of °,jPP¤‘°V¤* °i' Pl¤¤¤· said railway shall be subject to the approval of the Commissioners of ` the District of Columbia, or their successors, and all work shall at all times be subject to their supervision. The said corporation shall, from time to time, deposit with the collector of taxes, District of Columbia, such amounts as may be deemed necessary by said Commissioners to cover the cost of inspection, supervision, pavement, and repairs. Sec. 24. That all the conditions, req uirem ents, and obligations imposed ,,,*{,{'Q§';‘,{,,§§m“§{§’ by the terms of this Act upon the Washingmn and Marlboro Electric ’ Railway Company shall be complied with by any and all the successors to and assigns of said Company. Sec. 25. That this Act may at any time be altered, amended, or —¤¤•¤¤¤·¤t•¤=· repealed by the Congress of the United States. Approved, March 2, 1895. CHAP. 168.-An Act To incorporate the Capital Railway Company. ¥¤°h2·18’5• Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representative: of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That John B. Stetson, Angus- ni•¤·m of columtus Burgdort, Clarence F. Norment, Arthur E. Randle, Harry Upson m3,,,,,,, 1,,,,,,,, Sims, Henry C. Longnecker, W. Frederick Snyder, Joseph B. Lewis, Gemapmy i¤·=¤r1>¤· and William Henry Randle, of , their associates and assigns, ”;,..,},q,m;.,,-,_ be, and they are hereby, created a body corporate under the name of the Capital Railwa Company, and by that name shall have perpetual succession, and shall be able to sue and be sued, plead and be impleaded, defend and be defended in all courts of law and equity within the United States, and may make and have a common seal. And said STAT—VOL Xxvui-—46