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which not to exceed $3,000.

Foster, Joseph Chandler, Theodore W. Moulton, Samuel Hadley, Benjamin Thompson, Ivory Whitten, Daniel R. Maddocks, Butman Decrow, John Smith, Bradford S. Foster, Alfred McAllister, Ithamer Bellows, Nathan Hus. sey, Richard Moore, John Sproul, Jeremiah Clements, Junr., Thomas McLaughlin, Henry Dodge, David Webster, Oliver Bowen, their successors, associates, and assigns, be, and hereby are incorporated a body politic by the name of the Trustees of Freedom Academy; with power by that name to prosecute and defend suits at law; to have a common seal, and change the same at pleasure; to make

any by-laws, not repugnant to the laws of this State; to have May hold real and to hold by gift, grant, devise, bequest or otherwise, apy tate, income of real and personal estate, the annual income of which shall

not exceed three thousand dollars, and to give, grant, bargain, sell or lease the same, and apply the interest, rents, and profits thereof in such manner, and erect such buildings as shall best promote the object of said institution.

Sect. 2. Be it further enacted, That the said Trustees $- shall have power, from time to time, to elect such officers

as may be necessary, and limit the tenure of their offices, to fill all vacancies, at their board by electing such persons for Trustees, as they shall deem suitable; to determine the

their meetings, the manner of calling times and places of their meetings, the man

ethod of removing and electing Trustees

powers and duties of their several officers; int Preceptors and other Teachers of said Academy

Comine their powers and duties, to fix their compen. cation, and to limit the tenure of their offices.

Sect. 3. Be it further enacted, That the number of said |

istees shall not be more, at any time, than twenty four members, nor less than fifteen; and any fifteen of said Trustees shall constitute a quorum for transacting business.

Sect. 4. Be it further enacted, That any three of the Manner of call- persons named in this Act may call the first meeting of

said Corporation, by posting up notifications of the time and place thereof, in two public places in the Town of Freedom, seven days at least before the time appointed for such meeting

Power of T: tees.

them, and the method of removing an
to prescribe the powers and duti
to appoint Preceptors and
to determine their powers ar

Nnmber of Trus- Trustees shall not be mor

tees.

ing first meeting.

Chapter 24.

AN ACT to incorporate the Castine Steam Mill Company.

i enacted by bed, That

Littlé, 1

rators.

* Approved February 18, 1836. Sect. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives, in Legislature assembled, That John H. Jarvis, Names of CorpoWilliam Witherle, Samuel Adams, Otis Little, Thomas Adams, Benja. Gay, C. J. Abbot, R. H. Brigham, Noah Mead, Robert Perkins, Chas. K. Tilden, Joshua Fuller,James Crawford, James B. Crawford, J. L. Stevens, George Vose, Benj’n. Hook, Jun., Joshua Hooper, Jun., Hez. Williams, Jos. A. Deane, H. Rowell, Benja. Robinson, their associates, successors, and assigns, be, and they, hereby, are incorporated into a body politic, by the name of the Castine Steam Mill Company, for the purpose of grinding Corporate name. wheat, corn, and all, or any other kinds of grain, of sawing lumber, of manufacturing any article, or articles, from iron, steel or wool-and said Corporation may erect such mills, works, machines, and buildings on their own lands, as may be necessary for carrying on, any, or all of the above named branches of manufacture, and trade, said mills and buildings to be erected in such place, or places within the Town of Castine, in the County of Hancock as to the Company may seem fit.

Sect. 2. Be it further enacted, 'That said Company shall have power to take and hold real, and personal estate, not May hold estate exceeding in value twenty thousand dollars, with power to $20,000. sue and be sued, implead and be impleaded, to transfer, convey, lease, or otherwise dispose of their estate, real and personal, to make and use a common seal, and the Powers, &c. same, at pleasure, to alter and revoke, with all the other requisite powers and privileges, incident to such a corporation, for the purpose of carrying the objects aforesaid, into full effect; with power, also, to elect all such officers, as they may see fit,"for the proper management of the affairs of said Corporation, and to make, establish, and enforce all such rules, regulations, and by-laws, as are not repugnant to the Constitution and the laws of this State.

not

exceeding

Chapter 25.

rators.

AN ACT to incorporate the Sullivan Granite Company.

Approved February 18, 1836. Sect. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of RepreNames of Corpo sentatives in Legislature assembled, That Eleazer A. Porter,

Daniel Libby, Frederic Spencer, and William Clark and their associates, successors and assigns, be, and they hereby

are created a Corporation by the name of the Sullivan Corporate name. Granite Company, for the purpose of quarrying, getting

out, preparing, transporting, and shipping granite and erecting wharves and inachinery on their own land, and also of engaging in such branches of trade and business as may be necessarily and usually connected therewith, and for these purposes shall have all the powers and privileges and be subject to all the duties and requirements contained in the several Acts now in force in this State defining the

general powers and duties of manufacturing corporations, May bold estate and may take and hold real and personal estate to an exceeding $100,- amount not exceeding at any one time in the whole the

value of one hundred thousand dollars.

to an amount not

000.

rators.

Chapter 26.
AN ACT to incorporate the Proprietors of the Goose River Mill Company.

- Approved February 18, 1836. Sect. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of RepreNames of Corpo- sentatives in Legislature assembled, That William Carleton,

John Harkness, Joseph Andrews, Thomas Spear, Comfort Barrows, William Carleton, Junr. Stephen Hatch, Hiram Hartfort, Robert McLaughlin, Ezra Miriam, Wade Sweetland, and Joseph Huse, their associates, successors, and assigns, be, and they, hereby, are created a body politic, by the name of the Goose River Mill Company, for the purpose of erecting Grist, and Saw Mills, on their own land, in the Town of Camden," sd managing the same.

to the amount of

Sect. 2. Be it further enacted, That the said Company shall have power to take and hold real and personal May hold estate estate, not exceeding in value thirty thousand dollars, with $30,000. power to sue and be sued, implead and be impleaded, to transfer, convey, lease; or otherwise dispose of their estate, real and personal, to make and use a common seal, and the Powers, &c. same, at pleasure, to alter and revoke, with all the other requisite powers and privileges, incident to such a corporation, for the purpose of carrying the objects aforesaid, into full effect;—with power also, to elect all such officers, as they may see fit, for the proper management of the affairs of said Corporation, and to make, establish, and enforce, all such, rules, regulations, and by-laws, as are not repugnant to the Constitution and laws of this State.

Chapter 27.

AN ACT additional to an Act to incorporate the Cumberland Steam

Navigation Company.

Approved February 18, 1836.

creased to $150,

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in Legislature assembled, That said Company, be and they Capital stock inhereby are authorized to increase their capital stock to an 000. amount not exceeding one hundred and fifty thousand dollars, of which a portion not exceeding fifteen thousand dollars may consist of Real Estate.

Chapter 28.
AN ACT additional 10 “An Act creating the village of Brunswick into a

Corporation for certain purposes."

Approved February 18, 1836. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives, in Legislature assembled, That "An Act creating the village of Brunswick into a corporation for certain purposes” passed

Time for former January 220, 1836, shall take effect and have fi

and after the passage of this Act.

Ad to take effect.

Chapter 29.

AN ACT to incorporate the Great Works Milling and Man

Company.

Approved February 20, 1

Corporate name.

Sect. 1. Be it enacted by the Senale and House of Names of Corpo sentatives in Legislature assembled, That Enoch Pain

thaniel F. Deering, E. M. Wildredge, John L. Ma Joseph W. Ilale Joseph B. Hervey, Josiah S. ] Francis B. Todd, their associates, successors, and as be, and they, hereby are incorporated into a body p and corporate, by the name of the Great Works M and Manufacturing Company, for the purpose of ere, Mills for the manufacture of lumber, and other manufa ries on their own land in the Town of Bradley, in

County of Penobscot. And for these purposes shall h Powers, &c. all the powers and privileges, and be subject to all

duties and requirements, contained in the several acts this State, defining the general powers and duties, incide

to manufacturing companies, and also an Act concerni May hold estate Corporations. And said Corporation may take and ho

any estate, real and personal to an amount, not exceedir at any one time, the value of three hundred thousan dollars, and may establish such by laws for the manag ment of their concerns, as are not repugnant to the law of this State, and determine the number of Shares, inti which their capital stock shall be divided. And said share shall be taken and deemed to be personal estate, and may be transferred in such mode as the by laws of said corporation may prescribe.

Sect. 2. Be it further enacted, That any three or more of the persons named in this Act may call the first meeting of those hereby incorporated, and fix the time and place as they may think proper.

to the amount of $300,000.

Manner of calling first meeting.

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