At a General Assembly Begun at Dover, in the Delaware State, ... the Following Acts Were Passed ...

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J. Adams, 1866 - Law
 

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Page 214 - ... shall be taken and deemed to be transferred to, and vested in, such new corporation, without further act or deed...
Page 598 - That in case it should at any time happen that an election of directors should not be made on any day when pursuant to this act it ought to have...
Page 11 - Shareholders (Sec. 5210). —The president and cashier of every national banking association shall cause to be kept at all times a full and correct list of the names and residences of all the shareholders in the association, and the number of shares held by each, in the office where its business is transacted.
Page 39 - ... be for the use of the informer, and the other half for the use of the State Board of Health.
Page 55 - ... all debts, liabilities and duties of the respective constituent corporations shall thenceforth attach to said consolidated corporation, and may be enforced against it to the same extent as if said debts, liabilities and duties had been incurred or contracted by it.
Page 201 - ... the constitution and laws of this State and of the United States...
Page 276 - ... to make the said estimate and assessment fairly and impartially, according to the best of their skill and judgment; and...
Page 53 - ... prescribing the terms and conditions thereof, the mode of carrying the same into effect, the name of the new corporation, the number...
Page 547 - January, one thousand eight hundred and fifty, shall be individually responsible to the amount of their respective share or shares of stock in any such corporation or association, for all its debts and liabilities of every kind, contracted after the said first day of January, one thousand eight hundred and fifty.
Page 626 - ... the leading object shall be, without excluding other scientific and classical studies, and including military tactics, to teach such branches of learning as are related to agriculture and the mechanic arts . . . in order to promote the liberal and practical education of the industrial classes in the several pursuits and professions in life.

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