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exceeding one hundred dollars, to the use of the State,
or may be imprisoned for a term not exceeding one year,
at the discretion of the court before whom such convic.
tion may be had.

Chapter 62.
AN ACT to incorporate the Washington Pipe Clay Company.

Approved March 1, 1836.

rated.

Sect. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in Legislature assembled, That Augustus F. Lash Persons incorpoJoel How, Philip Crooker, Benjamin Chapman, John His- ra cock, David Dennis Jun'r. and such others as may be hereafter 'associated with them, their successors and assigns be, and they hereby are made a body politic and corporate, by the name of the Washington Pipe Clay Company, for Corporate name. the purpose of manufacturing fire proof bricks, and such other articles, as said Company may deem it expedient to

manufacture from Pipe Clay in the Town of Washington. Edit Sect. 2. Be it further enacted, That said Corporation Powers, &c. there shall for this purpose have and enjoy all the powers and Becc privileges and be subject to all the duties and requirements ey, contained in the several Public Acts now in force, respect

ing Manufacturing Corporations; and said Corporation may eve have and use a common seal, and change the same at pleaedb

sure; and by its name aforesaid may sue and be sued,

prosecute and defend suits at law, may ordain and establish in ? such by laws ordinances, and regulations, as shall be poft necessary and convenient for the government and prudent ect! management of the affairs of the Corporation, and not reer! pugnant to the laws of this State.

Sect. 3. Be it further enacted, That said Corporation May hold proper] her may purchase and hold, real and personal estate to any 1830,000. Fary amount not exceeding thirty thousand dollars; and may on belor their real estate erect such buildings as shall be necessary ne bi for the@above purposes.

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Chapter 63.
AN ACT to authorize the Town of North Yarmouth to dispose of the old

Meeting House in said Town.

Approved March 1, 1836. Sect. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repre· tatives, in Legislature assembled, That the Inhabitants of the

Town of North Yarmouth be and they hereby are authorManner of sale. ized to sell, in such way as they shall think proper, the

old Meeting House, which was built by the original pro

prietors of said Town; the proceeds of the sale thereof to where deposited: be deposited in the Town Treasury.

Sect. 2. Be it further enacted, That previous to the Deaweed to be rani said sale, the said Inhabitants shall cause an appraisal to

to be made by three discreet persons, who are not proprietors, of the relative value of the pews in said House; and the proceeds of said sale, after deducting expenses, shall be

divided among the proprietors of the Pews, in proportion Proviso to their appraisal — Provided, if any proprietor shall fail to

call upon the Town Treasurer for his share within one year from the time of sale, it shall be forfeited to the Town.

Proceeds of sale

praised previous to sale.

Proceeds, how divided.

Chapter 64.
AN ACT to incorporate the Bridgton Manufacturing Company.

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

sentatives in Legislature assembled, That, Joseph Walker, NaNames of Corpo thaniel S. Littlefield, Theodore Ingalls, Benjamin Walker,

John Perley, Thomas Perley, Richard Davis, Rufus Gibbs,
Franklin Gibbs, Dixey Stone, Samuel Farnsworth, Solo-
mon Andrews, Ashbel. Cram, Rensellaer Cram and Asa
Ingalls 2d, and their associates and successors be, and they

are hereby constituted a body politic and corporate, by Corporate names the name of the Bridgton Manufacturing Company, for

the purpose of manufacturing, yarn, thread, twme and

of Corpo ihintatives in Legislatt enacted by the

rators.

cordage, lace, stockings and cloth of any and every texture they may think expedient, from cotton, flax, hemp, wool and silk, or any other fibrous or wooly substance i hat can be converted into yarn, thread or cloth for a useful purpose; and for the purpose of manufacturing paper, from any suitable material, at Bridgton in the County of Cumberland. And for these puposes said Corporation, May hold estate may take and hold any real and personal estate, not ex- 5,000. ceeding in the whole at any one time the value of sixty thousand dollars, and at pleasure alienate the same, and shall have the powers and privileges and be subject to the

Powers, &c. duties and requirements contained in the several Acts defining the general powers and duties of Mannfacturing Corporations.

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Chapter 65.
AN ACT to incorporate the Portland Exchange Company.

Approved March 1, 1836.

rators.

Barrett, Asa W. u names of Corpo

d, and William +

Sect. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in Legislature assembled, That Levi Cutter, Charles Names of CorpoQ. Clapp, Josiah S. Little, Charles E. Barrett, Asa W. H. Fat Clapp, Horace Ward, and William H. Winslow their associates, successors and assigns be and they hereby are made a body politic and corporate forever by the name of the Portland Exchange Company, with all the rights and Corporate name. powers and subject to all the restrictions and limitations of an Act concerning Corporations approved February sixteenth in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and thirty six, and the Capital Stock of said Corporation shall

to exceed $100,not exceed one hundred thousand Dollars—and said Cor

Corporation may poration may take and hold such real and personal estate i as may be necessary for the location and proper construc- Building: tion of a building for the Public Exchange of the City of Portland. And the Capital Stock of said Corporation Capital Stockshall be divided into such number of shares as said Cor. 5

Capital Stock not

000.

hold estate necessary to construct

how divided.

ing first meeting.

porators shall determine, and said shares shall be taken and deemed as personal property.

Sect. 2. Be it further enacted, That any three of the Manner of call- persons named in this Act may call the first meeting of the

Corporation by publishing the time and place thereof fourteen days previously in any one or more of the news papers printed in the City of Portland; at which meeting such by-laws not repugnant to the laws of the State may be adopted, and such officers elected, as shall be deemed necessary.

rators.

Powers, &

Chapter 66.
AN ACT to incorporate the Casco Steam Manufacturing Company.

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

sentatives, in Legislature assembled, That Samuel E. Crocker, Names of Corpo. James B. Cahoon, Horace V. Bartol, Henry Goddard,

Thomas Hammond, and their associates, successors, and

assigns, be, and they are hereby created a Corporation by Corporate name. the name of the Casco Steam Manufacturing Company, for

the purpose of manufacturing cotton goods of any description in Portland in the County of Cumberland,-with power by that name to sue and be sued and use a common seal, and have all the privileges and powers, and be subject to all the duties liabilities and requirements contained in the several Acts, defining the general power and duties of Manufacturing Corporations.

Sect. 2. Be it further enacted, That said Corporation

may purchase and hold real and personal estate to an to the amount of amount not exceeding at any one time one hundred and

twenty five thousand dollars, with power to bargain sell and dispose of the same.

Sect. 3. Be it further enacted, That any three of the Manner of call- persons above named may call the first meeting of said . ing first meeting. Corporation at such time and place, as they may see fit, by

giving notice of the same for two weeks successively in

May hold estate

$125,000.

ome newspaper published in Portland, for the purpose of naking such by-laws and regulations for the government of said Corporation as they may deem necessary, for the hoice of its officers and the transaction of any corporate Tusiness

Chapter 67.

AN ACT to incorporate the Bangor and Lower Stillwater Manufacturing

Company. ,

Approved March 1, 1836. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in

Names of CorpoLegislature assembled, That Robert M. N. Smyth, John M. rators. Mayo, Henry Hubbard, Moses Guild, Gershom B. Weston, Thomas Hobart, Matthew Bolles Junior, Jacob Chamber. lain, William Durgin, William E. Butler, Charles Howland, and William Smyth, their associates, successors and assigns, be, and the same hereby are, created a Corporation by the name of the Bangor and Lower Stillwater Manu- Corporate name. facturing Company, for the purpose of manufacturing cotton, wool, iron, steel and wood, upon their own property at Lower Stillwater in the Town of Orono in the County of Penobscot, and for these purposes shall have all the powers and privileges, and be subject to all the Powers, &c. duties and liabilities incident by law to similar corporations--with authority to hold real estate, not exceeding at any one time six hundred thousand dollars, and personal to the amount of estate not exceeding three hundred thousand dollars.

May hold estate to the amount of $900,000.

Chapter 68.

· AN ACT to establish the Phipsburg Coal Company.

Approved March 1, 1836. Sect: 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in Legislature assembled, That Samuel D. Reed, Names of Corpo James McLellan, Thomas M. Reed, William Wilds, their

rators.

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