Acts of incorporation and by-laws of the marine society of Newburyport, in Massachusetts: Instituted in 1772 (Google eBook)

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Printed by Whitton & Hale, 1846
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Page 6 - Society, for the making the Navigation more safe ; and also to relieve one another and their Families in Poverty or other adverse accidents of Life...
Page 5 - WHEREAS a considerable number of persons, who are or have been Masters of ships or other vessels, have for several years past associated themselves in the town of Salem; and the principal end of said Society being to improve the knowledge of this coast, by the several members, upon their arrival from sea, communicating their observations, inwards and outwards, of the variation of the needle, soundings, courses and distances, and all other remarkable things about it, in writing, to be lodged with...
Page 11 - This bill having had three several readings, passed to be enacted. TIMOTHY BIGELOW, Speaker. In the Senate, June 20*A, 1812.
Page 7 - Institution, together with their associates, be, and they hereby are, incorporated and made a body politic for the purposes aforesaid, by the name of the Boston Dispensary ; and that they, their associates, and successors, have perpetual succession by the said name, and have power to make By-laws for the preservation and advancement of said Institution, not repugnant to the laws of this Commonwealth. SECT. 2. Be it further enacted. That the said...
Page 8 - England: and that they, their associates, and successors, have perpetual succession by said names, and have a power of making by-laws for the preservation and advancement of said body, not repugnant to the laws of the government; with penalty, either of disfranchisement from said Society, or of a mulct not exceeding twenty shillings, or without penalties, as it shall seem most meet; and have leave likewise to make and appoint their common seal, and be liable to be sued, and enable to sue, and...
Page 8 - ... corporate capacity, in any of the Courts of Record of this Commonwealth ; and is hereby licensed and empowered to make purchases, and to receive, grants and donations of real and personal estates, and to hold the same, for the charitable purposes aforesaid ; provided the rents and...
Page 10 - Salem, on the last Thursday of every month for all other business ; and whenever any of the officers of said Society shall die, or be disabled or remove out of the government, others shall be appointed or elected in their room, at the next monthly meeting ; and all instruments which said Society shall lawfully make, shall when in the name of said Society, and pursuant to the votes thereof, and signed and delivered by the Master, and sealed with their common seal, bind said Society, and be valid in...
Page 11 - This Bill having had three several readings passed to be enacted. Timothy Bigelow Speaker In Senate This Bill having had two several readings passed to be enacted.
Page 5 - Society being to improve the Knowledge of this Coast by the several Members upon their Arrival from Sea, communicating their Observations inwards and outwards, of the Variation of the Needle, Soundings, Courses and Distances, and all other remarkable Things about it in Writing, to be lodged with the Society, for the making the Navigation more safe...
Page 6 - Gardner, jun., and others of them, having petitioned the Great and General Court of this Province in their present session, to be incorporated for the purposes aforesaid ; and their intention appearing laudable and deserving encouragement : Be it enacted by the Governor, Council and House of Representatives, That, Jonathan Gardner...

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