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Chapter 42.

AN ACT in favor of Simeon Milliken.

Simeon Milliken authorized to draw certain monies from Treasu

Approved February 29, 1836. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives, in Legislalure assembled, That Simeon Millikin of Hardwood Simonzesiniken Island, in the town of Mount Desert, County of Hancock, be and he hereby is authorized, by his order on the Select- ry of Mt. Desert. men of said Town, each and every year to draw from the Treasury thereof, all the school money assessed upon and actually paid by said Milliken during such year, for the support of a school on said Island, said order to be drawn in favor of the teacher, who shall have been employed by said Miliken to teach said school; and it is made the duty of the Selectmen of said town and they are hereby empowered to cause to be paid over to the teacher aforesaid on presentment of the order aforesaid all the school money aforesaid. Provided, that it shall first be made to appear Provisó. to said Selectmen, that said money has been fairly earned by said teacher by keeping school on said Island; and provided further, that this Act shall be and continue in force three years from the passing thereof, and so long thereafter as the inhabitants of said Mount Desert shall determine to be reasonable at any legal meeting of the same, and no longer.

Chapter 43.
AN ACT to incorporate the Turner Manufacturing Company.

Approved February 29, 1836. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives, in Legislature assembled, That Alden Blossom Job Prince Wil

Names of Corpoliam Harris John Blake Caleb Snell John Turner Morrill rators. Cole Hiram Clark John Briggs Thomas Merrill Isaac Chase Daniel Russell Asa Phillips and Philo Clark their associates and successors be and they hereby are constituted a body

Corporate name. politic and corporate by the name of the Turner Mang

facturing Company, for the purpose of manufacturin. cotton wool iron and steel in the town of Turner and sai: Corporation may erect such mills, dams, works machines and buildings, and dig such Canals on their own lands a:

may be necessary for carrying on these useful manufactures May hold estate and branches of trade to have and to bold real and per

sonal estate to an amount not exceeding fifty thousand

dollars in value and to have power to give grant sell and Powers, &c. dispose of the same and shall have all the powers and

privileges and be subject to all the duties and requirements expressed in the several Acts of this State defining ite general powers and duties incident to manufacturing Corporations.

to the argount of $50,000.

Chapter 44.

AN ACT additional to an Act to incorporate the Gardiner Savings Insti

tution.

Time of holding

Approved February 29, 1836. Sect. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repre

sentatives in Legislature assembled, That the annual meet annual meeting. ings of the Institution shall hereaster be held on the third

Wednesday of July in each year.

Sect. 2. Be it further enacted, That the fifth section of Finh section of an Act entitled an Act to incorporate the Gardiner Savings

' Institution, passed the fourth day of March in the year of

our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty three be and the same hereby is repealed.

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Chapter 45.
AN ACT to incorporate the Sandford Manufacturing Company.

Approved February 29, 1836. Sect. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in Legislature assembled, That Samuel K. Hutchin- Names of Corpo son, Samuel Sawyer Simeon C. Sargent and Benjanin" Melvin with their associa:es and successors be and hereby are created a body politic and corporate by the narne of the Sandford Manufacturing Company for the purpose of Corporate namo. manufacturing cotton and woolen goods in the town of Sandford and for this purpose shall have all the powers Powers, &c. and privileges and be subject to all the duties and requirements prescribed in the several Acts of this State, defining the general powers and duties of manufacturing companies. And the said Corporation are hereby authorized and em- May hold estate powered to purchase and hold real and personal estate to $150,000. an amount not exceeding one hundred and fifty thousand dollars in the whole at any one time and may alienate the same at pleasure.

Sect. 2. Be it further enacted, That all corporation Corporation meetmeetings shall be held within the town of Sandford and and records kepi that all the records books of accounts and other papers ford. the property of said Corporation shall be kept in said town of Sandford.

Sect. 3. Be it further enacted, That the individual shares, property or stock, real or personal, invested in such works from taxation in as inay be constructed by said Corporation in pursuance to this Act shall be, provided the said town at their annual meeting in September next shall so vote exempted from all assessments and taxation by the Assessors for the time being, of the town of Sandford, until the year eighteen hundred and forty one.

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Chapter 46.
AN ACT to incorporate the Belfast Paper Manufacturing Company.

Approved February 29, 1836.
Sect. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repre-

sentatives in Legislature assembled, That John Dorr, H. G. Names of Corpo

K. Calel, Samuel Moulton, E. T. Morrill, Philip Morrill,
Paul R. Hazeltine, William 0. Poor, D. Haraden, Samuel
Jackson, Jr., their successors, associates and assigns be,

and they hereby are created a body corporate, by the Corporate name. name of the Belfast Paper Manufacturing Company, for

the purpose of manufacturing paper, in the town of Bel

fast, in the County of Waldo. And for this purpose, said May hold estate Corporation may take and hold any real, or personal es

tate, not exceeding in the whole, at any one time, the value of twenty thousand dollars, and at pleasure, may alienate the same, and shall have the powers and privileges, and be subject to the duties and requirements, contained in the several Acts, defining the general powers and duties of manufacturing Corporations.

to the value of $20,000.

Powers, &

Chapter 47.

AN ACT additional to an Act to establish the Bucksport and Prospect Ferry

Company.

Powers granted

shares.

Approved February 29, 1836. Sect. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repre

sentatives in Legislature assembled, That hereafter any indito purchasers of vidual or individuals who may have beretofore purchased,

or may hereafter purchase the several sbares of the Bucksport and Prospect Ferry Company, shall hold the same to them and to their heirs and assigns forever, with all the privileges and powers heretofore granted to, or liabilities imposed upon said Company

Sect. 2. Be it further enacted, That said Corporation Right to hextend shall have the right to extend the pier or wharf built on

pier or wharf.

the Bucksport side for the protection of said Ferry in the tide waters below low water mark in an easterly and southerly direction, not exceeding seventý' five feet in length and thirty five feet in width and also to erect a pier or wharf on the upper or northerly side of said Ferry way in tide water below low water mark, not exceeding sixty five feet square.

Sect. 3. Be it further enacted, That all Acts, or parts of part of former Acts inconsistent with the provisions of this Act are hereby repealed.

act repealed.

Chapter 48.

AN ACT to incorporate the Penobscot Steam Navigation Company.

Approved February 29, 1836. Sect. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in Legislature assembled, That Willis Patten, Waldo Names of Corpo T. Pierce, Cyrus Goss, Henry Warren, Samuel Farrar, Amos Davis, Nathaniel Lord, Charles Ramsdell, Mark Trafton, William Bradbury, Leonard March, Ephraim Lincoln, Charles Hayes, John A. French, Charles H. Hammond, B. C. Atwood, George Perry, Josiah Towle, Haywood Pierce, their associates and successors, be and they are hereby nade a body corporate, and politic, by the name of Penobscot Steam Navigation Company, sub- Corporate name, ject to the liabilities and requirements of a law of this State entitled “an Act concerning Corporations;” and by that name may hold personal estate to the amount of three hundred thousand dollars; and real estate to the amount of al and real estate twenty-five thousand dollars; for the purpose of carrying 325,000 dollars. on the business of Steam Navigation; and said Corporation shall have power to sell their property or any part thereof, Powers, & at pleasure, and also to make by-laws and regulations not repugnant to the laws of this State.

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