Special Laws of the State of Maine Passed by the Legislature

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Smith & Robinson, 1832
 

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An Act to incorporate tho Winthrop Manufacturing Company
405
An Act to incorporate the Congin Manufacturing Company
406
An Act to incorporate tho Franklin Bank
407
An Act to apportion and assess on the Inhabitants of this State a Tax of fifty thousand four hundred dollars and seven cents
408
An Act to change the name of the Winthrop Agricultural Society
425
An Act to incorporate the West Somerset Cuunty Agricultural Society
427
An Act to incorporate the York County Agricultural Society
428
An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Ministerial property in the south Parish in Parsonsfield
429
An additional act relating to the Proprietors of side Booms in Andros coggin Riverand to the side Booms therein
430
An Act to incorporate the Hancock Agricultural Society
432
An Act to incorporate the East Somerset Agricultural Society
434
An Act to incorporate the Ossipee Agricultural Society
435
An Act additional to an act to establish the Oldtown Canal
436
An Act to incorporate the Bangor and Oldtown Railway Company
437
An Act to incorporate the Sabattus Manufacturing Company
440
An Act to authorize the inhabitants of Sidney to choose School Commit tees in the several school districts in said town
441
An Act relating to the Thomaston Coal and Mineral Company
442
An Act to establish the Sheepscot Ferry Company
443
An Act to incorporate the Penobscot County Agricultural Society
444
An Act regulating the survey of Lumber in the County of Penobscot
445
An Act to incorporate the SugarIsland Side Boom Company
449

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Página 381 - It shall be his duty to be vigilant and active in causing the laws and regulations of the city to be executed and enforced, to exercise a general supervision over the conduct of all subordinate officers, and to cause their violation or neglect of duty to be punished.
Página 387 - ... redress of any grievances, according to the right secured to the people by the constitution of this Commonwealth, and such meetings may and shall be duly warned, by the mayor and aldermen, upon the requisition of thirty qualified voters of said city.
Página 380 - That the inhabitants of the town of Providence shall continue to be a body politic and corporate, by the name of the " City of Providence ;" and, as such, shall have, exercise and enjoy all the rights, immunities, powers, privileges and franchises, and shall be subject to all the duties and obligations now appertaining to or incumbent upon said town as a municipal corporation...
Página 381 - City, thus chosen and qualified, shall be taken and deemed to be the chief executive officer of said corporation; and he shall be compensated for his services by a salary, to be fixed by the Board of Aldermen and Common Council, in...
Página 386 - ... when any vacancy shall happen among the trustees, by death, resignation, or otherwise, it shall be filled for the remainder of the year in such manner as may be provided for by the by-laws of the said company.
Página 384 - Said wardens shall preside at all ward meetings, with the powers of moderators of town meetings; and if at any meeting the warden...
Página 382 - ... city buildings, and the custody and management of all city property, with power to let or sell what may be legally let or sold...
Página 386 - He shall perform such duties as shall be prescribed by the board of aldermen ; and he shall perform all the duties, and exercise all the powers, by law incumbent upon, or vested in, the town clerk of the town of Charlestowu.
Página 385 - Councilmen ; all the votes given for the said several officers respectively, shall be sorted, counted, declared and registered in open Ward Meeting, by causing the names of the persons voted for, and the number of votes given for each, to be written in the Ward Record, in words at length.
Página 382 - And the city council shall, as often as once a year, cause to be published, for the use of the inhabitants, a particular account of receipts and expenditures, and a schedule of city property.

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