Private and Special Statutes of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, from May 1822, to March 1830: Revised and Published by Authority of the Legislature, in Conformity to a Resolve, Passed April 16, 1836, Volume 9

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Dutton & Wentworth, state printers, 1837
 

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Page 385 - The inhabitants of the town of Salem, shall continue to be a body politic and corporate, under the name of the city of Salem, and as such, shall have, exercise and enjoy all the rights, immunities, powers and privileges, and shall be subject to all the duties and obligations, now incumbent upon and appertaining to said town as a municipal corporation.
Page 753 - ... and shall be liable for any loss or injury that any person may sustain by reason of any carelessness, neglect or misconduct of its agents and servants in the management, construction, or use of said tracks, roads or bridges...
Page 326 - Association, with all the powers and privileges, and subject to all the duties, liabilities, and restrictions, set forth in the forty-fourth chapter of the Revised Statutes ; and...
Page 544 - ... provided, that no shares in the capital stock of said corporation shall be issued for a less sum or amount, to be actually paid in on each, than the par value of the shares which shall be first issued.
Page 725 - Ayer, requiring him to notify and warn the inhabitants thereof qualified to vote in town affairs, to meet at the time and place therein appointed, for the purpose of choosing all such town officers as towns are by law authorized and required to choose at their annual meetings...
Page 598 - The administration of all the fiscal, prudential, and municipal affairs of the said city, with the government thereof, shall be vested in one municipal officer to be styled the mayor ; one council of six, to be called the board of aldermen ; and one council of eighteen, to be called the common council ; which boards in their joint capacity, shall be denominated the city council, and the members thereof shall be sworn to the faithful performance of their respective offices.
Page 253 - Clinton, requiring him to notify and warn the inhabitants thereof, qualified to vote in town affairs, to meet at the time and place therein appointed, for the purpose of choosing all such town officers as towns are by law authorized and required to choose at their annual meeting.
Page 392 - Prior to every election, the mayor and aldermen shall make out lists of all the citizens of each ward, qualified to vote in such elections, in the manner in which selectmen of towns are required to make out lists of voters; and for that purpose they shall have full access to the assessors...
Page 193 - States officers, who are voted for by the people, shall be held at meetings of the citizens qualified to vote in such elections in their respective wards, at the time fixed...
Page 191 - ... and to purchase property, real or personal, in the name and for the use, of the city, whenever its interest or convenience may in their judgment require it.

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