Transactions of the Massachusetts Society for Promoting Agriculture, Volume 1

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Page 6 - States : and also to make, have, and use, a common seal, and the same to break, alter, and renew, at their pleasure...
Page 10 - Council, a Recording Secretary, a Corresponding Secretary, and a Treasurer, who shall be elected annually, and...
Page 6 - Philadelphia, be, and shall be, for ever hereafter, persons able and capable in law, to sue and be sued, plead and be impleaded, answer and be answered unto, defend and be defended...
Page 6 - ... and the ordering of their affairs, they shall have such officers as they shall hereafter from time to time elect and appoint; and such officers as shall be designated by the laws and regulations of the said Corporation for the purpose, shall be capable of exercising such power for the well governing and ordering the affairs of the said Corporation, and calling and holding such occasional meetings for that purpose, as shall be fixed and determined by the said laws and regulations. And be it further...
Page 6 - ... Corporation may make, establish, and put in execution such laws and regulations as may be necessary to the government of said Corporation ; provided the same shall in no case be repugnant to the laws and constitution of this State; and for the well governing of the said Corporation, and the ordering of their affairs, they shall have such officers as they shall hereafter from time to time elect and appoint; and such officers as shall be designated by the laws and regulations of the said Corporation...
Page 6 - College ; and that the said corporation shall be capable of having, holding and taking in fee simple or any less estate, by gift, grant, devise or otherwise, any lands, tenements or other estate, real or personal. Provided, nevertheless, that the annual clear income of the same shall not exceed the sum of six thousand pounds.
Page 11 - Treasurer shall from time to time pay out such moneys as he shall have orders for from the Trustees ; and shall annually, and whenever thereto required, render a fair account of all his receipts and payments to the. Society or a committee thereof.
Page 6 - ... whatsoever, and to do and execute all and singular other matters and things, that to them shall or may appertain to do.
Page 19 - A is the clip at the toe, B 1 the outer quarter, B 2 the inner quarter, C 1 the outer heel, C 2 the inner heel, D the seating, E the flat surface for the crust to bear upon, F the heels bevelled off away from the frog.
Page 6 - That the fellows of said society may, and shall forever be deemed capable in law of having, holding and taking in fee simple or any less estate, by gift, grant or devise or otherwise, any land, tenement or other estate, real or personal; provided that the annual income of the whole real estate that may be given, granted or devised to, or purchased by the said society, shall not exceed the sum of two hundred pounds, and the annual income or interest of said...

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