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ham Millet, Junior, Leonard Proctor, Stephen Sibley Junior, and Henry L. Bascom, their associates successors and assigns, be, and they hereby are, created a Corporation by the name of the Bluebill Granite Company, for the Corporate name. purpose of quarrying, working manufacturing, vending, dealing in, and exporting Granite and other stone in Bluehill in the County of Hancock; and for these purposes shall have all the powers and privileges, and be subject to Powers, &c. . all the duties and requirements, incident by law, to similar Corporations—and may take hold and manage real estate, tate to the amount not exceeding one hundred thousand dollars, and personal estate not exceeding two hundred thousand dollars.
Sect. 2. Be it further enacted, Tbat, Pierson Cogswell and Jonas L. Sibley, are hereby empowered to call the first meeting. first meeting of said Corporation at such time and place and in such manner, as they think proper, at wbich, and any subsequent meeting, any by-laws for the Goverament of said Corporation may be adopted, which are not contrary to the laws of this State.
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of $10 1,000, and personal to the amount of $200,000.
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AN ACT to incorporate the Damariscotta Manufacturing Company.
Approved February 29, 1836. Sect. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in Legislature assembled, That Lot Myrick, John Persons incorpo Dole, Caleton Dole, James L. Child, John Glidden, Josi- rated ab Myrick, and Albert G. Dole, their associates, successors and assigns; be and they hereby are incorporated into a body politic by the name of the Damariscotta Manufac- Corporate name. turing Company, with power to construct upon their own May construct land or water power, at, or near the outlet of Damariscotta Pond in the Towns of Nobleborough and Newcastle, all such dams, piers, bulkheads, abutments and sluices and also all such mills, water works, machinery, buildings and other structures, as they may deem necessary, to enable
them conveniently to carry on the business of grinding and preparing for market all kinds of grain-of sawing all kinds of lumber-of manufacturing any article or articles from iron, steel, hemp, cotton and wool, and of selling the same--and said Corporation shall have power to carry on, any and all the abovenamed branches of business-Provided that this Act shall not be construed to repeal any existing laws touching the fisheries upon Damariscolta
Pond and the outlet thereof. And said Company shall to the amount of have power to take and hold real and personal estate to
an amount not exceeding two hundred and fifty thousand dollars.
Sect. 2. Be it further enacted, That this Corporation Powers, &c. sball be entitled to all the privileges and immunities and
subject to all the general provisions contained in the several Acts in force in this State regulating similar corporations.
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AN ACT to change the name of the Sullivan Granite Company incorpo
rated February 18, 1836.
Approved February 29, 1836.
Corporate name changed.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in Legislature assembled, That the Sullivan Granite Company incorporated the eighteenth day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty six, shall from and after the passage of this Act be known and called by the name of the Sullivan Hopewell Granite Company—and the Act aforesaid together with this Act shall be in force and take effect from and after their passage.
N ADDITIONAL ACT to incorporate the Moose-Head Lake Steam Nav
Approved February 29, 1836.
put steam boat in
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in Legislature assembled, That the time allowed to the Moose Time extended to head Lake Steam Navigation Company, to construct and operation. put in operation on Moose head Lake a Steam Boat, by the Act to which this is additional, passed the twelfth day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty five be extended for the term of one year from the first day of July next.
AN ACT 10 incorporate the Town of Maria ville.
Approved February 29, 1836.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in Legislature assembled, That Plantation Number Twenty or Description. Mariaville in the County of Hancock, with the inhabitants thereof, be and the same is hereby incorporated into a Town by the name of Mariaville, vested with all the pow• Corporate name. ers and subject to all the duties of other incorporate Towns of this State.
Approved February 29, 1836.
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drawn by one beast six cents, for each waggon, cari, or sleigh drawn by two beasts eight cents and two of for each additional beast--for neat cattle in droves single one cent each-for each coach, phạton, chario
curricle fifteen cents—and to each team, one person a Persons exempe driver and no more shall be permitted to pass toll fi lain occasions. and all persons going to or returning from public wors
on the Lord's day, and all persons actually on milit duty, also all persons going to, or returning from funei shall be permitted to pass toll free.
Sect. 6. Be it further enacted, That said Bridge sha Bridge to be so be so constructed that rafts, gondolas, and boats withov admit rafts, &c. masts may pass under the same at any time of tide w
ease and safety, free from expense.
Sect. 7. Be it further enacted, That if the said Coi Time allowed to ration shall neglect or refuse for the space of three y
from the passing of this Act to build and complete Bridge, then this Act shall be null and void.
constructed as to
to pass under same.
Approved March 1, 18. . Sect. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of a Persons incorpo- sentatives in Legislature assembled, That Albert L. K
Oliver Parker, Amos Sproul, Josiah Fernald, and Jere Holmes of Frankfort in the County of Waldo, and A Patten, Willis Patten, Moses Patten, Jr., Waldo T. Pit and Hayward Pierce of Bangor in the County of Per scot, their associates and successors be and hereby
created a body politic and corporate by the name of Corporate name. “Union Wharf Company," with power to sue and be sut Powers, &c. to have a common seal, and to change the same at pleasui
and to make rules and by-laws for the management ar regulation of their real and personal estate, and of thei common concerns, not repugnant to the laws of this State
and to have, exercise and enjoy the usual rights and privileges of similar corporate bodies. 1 Sect. 2. Be it further enacted, That said Corporation May hold certain may hold such real estate as is now owned by the Corpora- necessary persontors above named, being the wharf known as the Mc. Glathery wharf, in Frankfort in the County of Waldo, and the fats adjoining on the North of said wharf, to the
South line of the Sampson Lot, so called, and such perIsonal estate as is necessary for the enjoyment and exercise
of the powers of this Act, and shall have power to sell, Powers, &c. grant and alien in fee simple, or otherwise, their corporate
property, or any part thereof, and also to manage and | improve the same in such way as may be determined by
two thirds of the votes of said proprietors at any legal meeting of said Corporation. | Sect. 3. Be it further enacted, That said corporate Stock, how divi
property shall be divided into forty eight shares, and cer- de tificates thereof shall be issued signed by the President and certified by the Clerk of said Corporation, and said shares shall be divided amongst the several proprietors according to the the interest they may respectively have, in the estate and property owned by said Corporation, and certificates aforesaid shall be issued accordingly, and the property of such shares shall be thereby vested in the & share holders thereof, and the shares in said Corporation
shall in all respects be, and hereby are declared personal Shares consider'estate, but shall be taxed in the town of Frankfort afore- tate." said.
Sect. 4. Be it further enacted, That said Corporation may construct. may construct on the lands and flats above described, all wharves such wharves, ware houseś, stores and other conveniences as they may deem necessary, Provided however, that in the Proviso. use and improvement of said flats and privileges, the said Corporation shall not exend any pier or wharf or other conveniences, so as to impede or obstruct the navigation of the Penobscot River and provided further, that said Corporation shall not extend their erections or improvements to any lands or flats, other than those now owned, or may be owned, by the Corporators.
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