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over tide waters or navigable streams.
to inspection of
AND QUEBEC RAIL ROAD. Sect. 13. Be it further enacted, That if said Rail Roa shall in the course thereof, cross any tide waters, navig.
ble rivers or streams, the said Corporation be and they May erect bridges hereby are authorized and empowered to erect for the sok
ers and exclusive travel on their said Rail Road, a bridge acros:
each of said rivers or streams, or across any such tid i waters: Provided, said bridge or bridges shall be so corstructed as not to obstruct or impede the navigation e said waters.
Sect. 14. Be it further enacted, That the Books of sai Books to be open Corporation shall at all times be open to the inspection el Gov. and Council the Governor and Council, and of any Committee daly
authorized by the Legislature: and at the expiration e every fifteen years, the Treasurer of said Corporation sball make an exhibit under oath to the Legislature, oi the pet profits derived from the income of said Rail Road
Sect. 15. Be it further enacted, That the provisions o!,
pro- an Act entitled “An Act concerning Corporations" passed meron Act relative March seventeenth in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and thirty one, shall not extend or apply to the Company hereby incorporated.
Sect. 16. Be it further enacted, That the said CorporaHolden to trans- tion shall at all times, when the Post Master General shall
require it, be holden to transport the Mail of the United States from and to such place or places on said Rail Road, as required, for a fair and reasonable compensation and
in case the Corporation and the Post Master General shall Compensation- be unable to agree upon the compensation aforesaid, te
Legislature of the State may fix and determine the same.
Treasurer to make retum of profits, &c.
Exempt from provisions of a for
port the mail.
Approved March 10, 1836. Sect. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives, in Legislature assembled, That Richard Moody, Names of Corpo'rye Hall, Joseph Hall, Hiram 0. Alden, Nathaniel M. owney, their associates, successors and assigns be and hey hereby are created a Corporation by the name of the Saturday Cove Granite Company-for the purpose of Corporate name. quarrying, working, manufacturing vending and dealing in, Granite, Marble, Slate and other Stone in Northport and Lincolnville in the County of Waldo, and for these pur- Powers and priviposes shall have all the powers and privileges, and be subject to all the duties and requirements, expressed in the several Acts defining the general powers and duties of manufacturing Corporations, and also to an Act "concerning Corporations" passed the sixteenth day of February one thousand eight hundred and thirty six, and may take and hold any real and personal estate to an amount, not exceeding at any one time, one hundred thousand dollars. $100,000.
Sect. 2. Be it further enacted, That Richard Moody Manner of callabove named shall have power to call the first meeting of said Corporation, by giving personal notice of the time and place of holding the same, personally or in writing, fourteen days at least prior to said meeting.
manat ne May hold estate
to the amount of
ing first meeting
Approved March 10, 1836.
Sect. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in Legislature assembled, That Jobo Horton, Bushrod W. Hinkley, Addison Dodge, John Stevens, Joseph Hinkley, Charles Peters, and George Black, their associates, suc
Names of Corporators.
cessors, and assigns be and they hereby are constituted Corporate name. corporation, by the name of the McHeard's Granite Cox
pany for the purpose of quarrying and manufacture Granite and other Stone on land which may be owned a held by lease or otherwise, by them in the Town of Blues hill, and erecting and maintaining, such buildings, wharres and vessels as may be necessary and convenient, in qua
rying, manufacturing and exporting said Granite and otha Powers and du- Stone; and shall have all the powers and privileges, az
be subject to all the duties and requirements, containe
make by laws for the management of their affairs, notre May, hold estate pugnant to the laws of this State, and may take and hold
any estate real or personal, to an amount not exceeding two hundred thousand dollars, to be used for the purposes aforesaid, and may sell and convey the same at
will. Mode of calling Sect. 2. Be it further enacted, That the first meeting of
said Corporation shall be held at Bluehill at such time and!
May make by-laws.
to the amount of $200,000.
Chapter 100. .
Approved March 15, 1836. AN ACT to change the name of the Maine Granite Company. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in
Legislature assembled, That the name and title of the CorpoCorporate name. ration, created by virtue of the Act entitled "an Act to in
rporate the Maine Granite Company,” be, and the same
N ACT to incorporate the Penobscot Mill and Manufacturing Company.
Names of Corpo.
Approved March 15, 1836. Sect. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repreentatives in Legislature assembled, That Simon P. Green, oseph Floyd, Walter Smith, George Kittredge, Lyman rators. Vorse, Ebenezer Chapman, Albert Foster, George W. Tole, Samuel Haley, their associates, successors and assigns be and hereby are established a Corporation by the name of the Penobscot Mill and Manufacturing Company, Corporate name. for the purpose of manufacturing lumber, cotton, wool, ron and steel, and by that name may sue and be sued prosecute and defend suits at law, shall have a common seal, to be altered by them at pleasure, may make any by laws for the management of their concerns, not repugnant to the Laws of this State, and generally shall be vested with and enjoy all the powers and privileges incident to ileges! such Corporations.. . Sect. 2. Be it further enacted, That said Company may
May erect mills, erect on their own land at or near Shad Rip Falls, in the &c. Town of Orono, such mills, dams, works, machines and buildings as is necessary to carry on their business, Pro- Proviso. vided, that they do not in any way obstruct the navigation of the Penobscot River.
Sect. 3. Be it further enacted, That said Company may. May hold estate hold by purchase or otherwise, real and personal estate to $700,000. the amount of seven hundred thousand dollars.
Sect. 4. Be it further enacted, That said Corporation Duties and shall be liable to all the duties and requirements, expressed red
Powers and priv
May hold estate
in the several Acts of this State, defining the general porers and duties of Corporations, and also to "an Act concerning Corporations” passed February sixteenth in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirts six.
Sect. 5. Be it further enacted, That any two of ibe Mode of calling Corporators may call the first meeting of the Company,
by giving or causing a notice to be given to the oibers named in this Act of the time and place of said meeting.
Powers and duties.
Approved March 15, 1836. Sect. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of RepreNames of Corpo. sentatives,in Legislature assembled, That Jacob Knight, Charles
M. Davis, Enoch Paine, Nathan Nutter, Luther Jeweit,
associates, successors, and assigns, be and they hereby are Corporate name. created a Corporation by the name of the Exchange Fire
and Marine Insurance Company, with the powers usually du- granted to other Insurance Companies, and subject to all
the duties obligations and restrictions, contained in a law of this State passed the twenty fourth day of February one thousand eight hundred and twenty one, entitled "An Act to define the powers, duties and restrictions of Insurance Companies,” for the term of twenty years from and
after the passing of this Act, and may purchase and hold to the amount of real estate to an amount not exceeding twenty thousand
Sect. 2. Be it further enacted, That the Capital Stock of
said Company exclusive of premium notes and profits, shall $200,000.
be two hundred thousand dollars, divided into shares of one Number of
hundred dollars each, of which fifty per cent shall be paid within thirty days after public notice given by the President and Directors in two newspapers printed in Portland and
May hold estate