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to the amount of

Powers and du- privileges and powers, and be subject to all the duties an

liabilities, incident by law to similar corporacions; and alsı subject to an Act entitled an Act concerning corporation: passed Feb. 16, A. D. 1836.

Sect. 2. Be it further enacted, That said Corporation May hold estate may purchase hold and manage real and personal estate, 200,000 dollars. not exceeding at any one time two hundred thousand

dollars.

Sect. 3. Be it further enacted, That Enos Wilder and , Moses Greenleaf shall have power to call the first meeting of said Corporation by advertising notice of the time and place of said meeting fourteen days prior thereto in the Boston Commercial Gazette, at which, or any subsequent legal meeting thereof, any by laws, for the government of said Corporation, not contrary to the laws of this State may be adopted.

Mode of calling first meeting

Chapter 76.
AN ACT to incorporate the Maine Granite Company.

· Approved March 7, 1836.

Names of Corporators.

Sect. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repremos resentatives, in Legislature assembled, That Barnabas Palmer

William Cutter, Daniel Winslow, Nathaniel Mitchell and
John Neal, their associates, successors and assigns, be, and

they hereby are, created a corporation by the name of the Corporate name. Maine Granite Company, for the purpose of quarrying,

working and dealing in Granite and other Stone in Kenne·bunk Port, and of transporting the same to market, with power to construct and maintain a rail road, commencing at or near the United States Quarry, on the Wormwood Farm, so called, in Kennebunk Port, and extending by the most convenient route to the tide waters at or near, the

wharves of the Corporation in said Town—and for these Powers and du- purposes shall have all the powers, and privileges, and be

subject to all the duties and requirements, incident by

ties.

to the amount of

aw, to similar Corporations--and may take, hold and man- May hold estate ge real estate, not exceeding at any one time, two hun- $350,000. tred thousand dollars, and personal estate not exceeding ne hundred and fifty thousand dollars, Provided, That said Proviso. Company shall not construct or inaintain any railroad over iny lands not owned by them or without the permission in writing, under the hand and seal of the owner thereof, nor across, or over any public road, or private way so as to obstruct the safe and convenient use of the same.

Chapter 77.

AN ACT to incorporate the York County Granite Company,

Approved March 7, 1836.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives, in Legislature assembled, That John Emery Ralph Curtis, Ed- Persons incorpoward Gould, Barnabas Palmer, Albert Smith, Lauriston Ward, Nathan Chadwick, their associates, successors and assigns, be, and they hereby are, created a Corporation, by the name of the York County Granite Company, for Corporate name. the purpose of quarrying, manufacturing, and dealing in Granite and other stone, upon their own land, in the County of York, and of transporting the same to market, with power to hold and manage real estate not exceeding May hold estate two hundred thousand dollars at any one time and per- $350,000. sonal estate, not exceeding one hundred and fifty thousand dollars and having all the powers and privileges and being Powers and dusubject to all the liabilities and restrictions incident by law to similar Corporations, and also subject to an Act entitled an Act concerning Corporations passed the sixteenth day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty six.

rated.

to the amount of

ties.

Chapter 78.

AN ACT additional to an Act to prevent the destruction of Pickerel

Chandler's Mill Pond and Joel Bean's Mill Pond.

Approved March 7, 1836.

pealed or modified.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives, i

Legislature assembled, That an Act entitled an Act to pre Former Act re- vent the destruction of Pickerel in Chandler's Mill Pont

and Joel Bean's Mill Pond passed February 25, 1834 be so far repealed or modified as to permit all persons to take or catch Pickerel in said Ponds or any of the streams or waters connecting the same with hook and line, (and not otherwise,) from and after the first day of June next, without incurring the penalties mentioned in said Act.

Chapter 79.
AN ACT to incorporate the Town of Mayfield.

Approved March 7, 1836. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives, in Legislature assembled, That Township numbered Two, in the Second Range on Bingham's Purchase, East side of Kennebec River, with the inhabitants thereof be and the same hereby is incorporated into a Town by the name of Mayfield, vested with all the powers and subject to all the duties of other incorporated Towns of this State.

Chapter 80.
AN ACT to incorporate the Machias Water Power and Mill Company.

Approved March 7, 1836.
Sect. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rep-

resentatives in Legislature assembled, That Samuel A. Morse, Napres of Corpo- John Holway, and Salem Towne, their associates, succes

ties.

to the amount of

Corporation to

way.

sors and assigns, be and they hereby are created a Corporation, by the name of the Machias Water Power and Corporate name. Mill Company, for the purpose of manufacturing lumber, iron, steel, and other metals, paper, cotton, wool, silk and such other branches of business as may be necessarily connected therewith at Machias, and shall be entitled to all Powers and duthe powers and privileges, and subject to all the duties and requirements contained in the several Acts, regulating manufacturing Corporations, and the provisions of an Act concerning Corporations, passed the sixteenth day of February last, and may have and hold real and personal May hold estate estate to an amount not exceeding three hundred and $350,000. fifty thousand dollars and may sell and dispose of the same at pleasure. Provided, That said Corporation shall be held Proviso.im to provide a good and sufficient fassage way through or provide passage over their dams for the logs destined to the lower mills and shall not unnecessarily impede or delay the passage of the same down the river.

Sect. 2. Be it further enacted, That said Corporation May build rail may lay out construct and build a Rail Road from the mills, dams and buildings which they may erect as aforesaid extending across the tide waters of Dublin Cove, and thence onward, not exceeding half a mile below said Cove to the navigable tide waters of the Machias River, and may purchase, havo, and hold lands for that purpose, May purchase and may, with said Rail Road, cross the Bridge or highway leading through said Machias, subject to all the provisions in an act defining certain rights and duties of Rail Road Corporations, passed this session of the Legislature, so far as the same apply to the passage of highways and bridges. Provided, That said Rail Road shall not be placed upon Proviso. the track of any public road, except merely to cross the same at the shortest convenient distance.

Sect. 3. Be it further enacted, That said Corporation may build and maintain a wharf, across the tide waters of wharf. Dublin Cove in Macbias.

road.

and hold lands.

May build a

Chapter 81.
AN ACT 10 incorporate the South Berwick Manufacturing Company.

Approved March 9, 1836.

rators.

Sect. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repre

sentatives in Legislature assembled, That Timothy Fergurson, Name of Corpo

Isaac P. Yeaton, George Goodwin, Elisha H. Goodwin, their associates, successors, and assigns, be and they here

by are created a body politic and corporate, by the name Corporate name. of the South Berwick Manufacturing Company, for the

purpose of manufacturing cotton, woolen, iron, and steel goods, and paper, and such other manufactures as shall be necessarily connected therewith at South Berwick in the County of York. And said Corporation may erect such mills, dams, works, machines and buildings on their own land, as may be necessary and convenient for carrying on

their useful manufactures and branches of business, and for Powers and du- these purposes 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 the general powers and duties incident to manufacturing Corporations; and also to an Act concerning Corporations, passed February sixteenth, one thousand eight hundred and thirty six.

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

may take and hold any real or personal estate to an amount to the amount of not exceeding in the whole at any one time the value of

two hundred thousand dollars.

ties.

May hold estate

$200,000.

Chapter 82.
AN ACT to incorporate the North Yarmouth Paper Manufacturing Com-

pany

Approved March 9, 1836. Sect. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of RepNames of Corpo. resentatives, in Legislature assembled, That William R. Stock

bridge, William Dawes, Joseph Stockbridge, their associ

ratora,

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