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[59] the person who first reports his selection to the Secretary, is entitled to a preference, to wit:

1. From any lots numbered 1 to 350 inclusive and unsold, (a choice from these having been offered by auction) at par.

2. From the remaining lots laid out and unsold, on payment of Ten Dollars.

3. From any other part of the Cemetery, on the payment of Twenty Dollars.

Provided however, that in all cases the approbation of the Committee on lots shall be required, before any lot shall be laid out or enlarged.

Any Proprietor who exchanges his lot, shall pay therefor the sum then chargeable by the Regulations, for the right of selection; provided however, that in no case shall he pay less than Ten Dollars.

One dollar is payable to the Secretary for making and recording each deed, and the same for each transfer of a lot. Conditions, limitations, and privileges to which etery lot is subject by the deed of the Corporation, to wit:

First. The Proprietor of the lot shall have a right to enclose the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding one foot in thickness, which may be placed on the adjoining land of the Corporation exterior to the said lot.

Second. The said lot shall not be used for any other purpose than as a place of burial for the dead, and no trees within the lot or border shall be cut down or

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