The Act of Incorporation: With the Additional Acts and By-laws of the Massachusetts Historical Society : with a List of Officers and Resident Members (Google eBook)

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Society, 1882 - Massachusetts - 23 pages
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Page 8 - Be it further enacted, that said society may, from time to time, establish rules for electing officers and members, and also times and places for holding meetings, and shall be capable...
Page 8 - ... real or personal estate, by gift, grant, devise, or otherwise, and the same, or any part thereof, to alien and convey : Provided, That the annual income of any real estate, by said Society holden, shall never exceed the sum of five hundred pounds ; and that the personal estate thereof, besides books, papers, and articles in the Museum of said Society shall never exceed the value of two thousand pounds. And...
Page 7 - Whereas the collection and preservation of materials for a political and natural history of the United States is a desirable object, and the institution of a society for these purposes will be of public utility...
Page 7 - Medical Society; and that they and their successors, and such other persons as shall be elected in the manner hereafter mentioned, shall be and continue a body politic and corporate by the same name forever.
Page 7 - Society, and that they, and their successors, and such other persons as shall be legally elected by them, shall be and continue a body politic and corporate by that name forever.
Page 8 - Esq., be, and hereby is, authorized and empowered to notify and warn the first meeting of said Society ; and that the same Society, when met, shall agree upon a method for calling future meetings, and may have power to adjourn from time to time, as may be found necessary. And be it further enacted, That either branch of the Legislature shall and may have free access to the Library and Museum of said Society.
Page 16 - He shall collect all moneys due to the Society, and shall keep regular and faithful accounts of all the moneys and funds of the Society that may come into his hands, and of all receipts and expenditures connected with the same, which accounts shall always be open to the inspection of the members ; and, at the Annual Meeting...
Page 8 - SECT. 1. Nothing in the Act of Incorporation of the Massachusetts Historical Society shall prevent said Society from electing Associate or Corresponding Members residing without the limits of this Commonwealth, or Honorary Members residing either within or without said limits, or from having as many as one hundred Resident Members, at their discretion.
Page 8 - Act in relation to the MASSACHUSETTS HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives, in General Court assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows : SECT. 1. Nothing in the Act of Incorporation of the Massachusetts Historical Society...

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