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It is enacted by the General Assembly as follows :

Section 1. The act passed at the May session of the general assembly, A. D. 1868, entitled “ An Act to incorporate the Pawtuxet Valley Railroad Company,” and all other acts in amendment of, and in addition to the said first named act, are hereby revised, confirmed and made valid, and the organization of said railroad company, and all acts done and performed in consequence thereof by said company, or its officers, and all acts done and performed relating to the location and construction of said road ; as well as all other acts done and performed by said company, its officers and agents, are hereby confirmed anj made valid in like manner and with like effect in all respects, as if the capital stock of said company had been subscribed for, said company organized, the location of the said railroad

filed, and said railroad company within the time or times respectively limited therefor by said act of incorporation, or any of the acts in amendment thereof or in addition thereto.

SEC. 2. The time limited in the act of incorporation of said company within which the stock shall be subscribed, the company organized, and the location of said road filed, is hereby further extended to the first day of June, 1878, and the time limited in said act for the completion of said railroad is hereby extended to the first day of June, A. D. 1880.

SEO. 3. "This act shall take effect immediately upon its

passage.

Parsed May 31, AN ACT TO INCORPORATE THE JACKSON MILL COMPANY. 1877.

It is enacted by the General Assembly as follows :

SECTION 1. Leonard M. Blodgett, John T. Mauran, Christopher Lippitt, John Higgins, their associates and successors are hereby made a corporation by the name of The Jackson Mill Company, for the purpose of manufacturing and finishing cotton and other goods, and for the transaction of other business incidentally connected therewith, with all the powers and privileges, and subject to all the duties and liabilities set forth in chapters 139 and 142, of the General Statutes, and in any acts in amendment thereof or in addition thereto.

SEO. 2. The capital stock of said corporation shall not exceed one hundred thousand dollars, to be fixed in amount from time to time by vote of the stockholders, and shall be divided into sbares of one hun. dred dollars each. Said shares shall be transferred in such manner as shall be prescribed by the by-laws of said corporation ; but no stockholder shall transfer his stock, or any portion of the same, without first giving the corporation the refusal of the same at the lowest price for which he is willing to sell.

Sec. 3. The stock or shares of every stockholder shall be pledged and liable to the corporation, for

all debts and demands due and owing from such stockholder to the corporation and whether overdue or due at a day future, and whether arising from installments or in any other manner; and said stock or shares may be sold for the payment of such debts and demands in such manner as the bylaws of the corporation may prescribe, and in case the proceeds of such sale shall be insufficient to discharge said debts or demands, with incidental expenses of sale, the corporation may have their action against the debtor for the balance due.

Sec. 4. There shall be an annual meeting of the stockholders in the city of Providence, at such time as the by-laws shall prescribe, for the choice of officers, and for such other business as may come before them.

SEC. 5. Said corporation shall have a countingroom and place of business in the city of Providence, and in all proceedings in law or equity in which said corporation shall be a party, the leaving an attested copy of the writ, summons or other process with the clerk, agent or treasurer, or other officer of said corporation, or at such place of business, shall be a sufficient service thereof.

SEC. 6. This act shall take effect from and after its passage.

AN ACT TO INCORPORATE THE GRANGER FOUNDRY AND

MACHINE COMPANY.

Passed May 31, 1877.

It is enacted by the General Assembly as follows :

SECTION 1. William S. Granger, Walter B. Vin. cent and George M. Carpenter, jr., their associates, successors and assigns, are hereby constituted a corpo ration by the name of the Granger Foundry and Machine Company, for manufacturing stoves, machin. ery, and for the transaction of other business connected therewith, with all the powers and privileges, and subject to all the duties and liabilities set forth in chapters 139 and 142 of the General Statutes, and in the statutes in amendment thereof and in addition thereto.

SEC. 2. The capital stock of said company shall not exceed fifty thousand dollars, and may be fixed from time to time by vote of corporation and shall be divided into shares of one hundred dollars each.

SEC. 3. At every meeting of the corporation the stockholders therein shall be entitled to one vote for each share of stock held by them.

SEC. 4. The stock or shares of each stockholder shall be pledged and liable to the corporation for all debts and demands due ard owing from such stockholder to the corporation, whether overdue or due at a future day, and whether arising from assessments or in any other manner; and said shares may be sold for the payment of such debts and demands in such manner as the corporation may by by-law prescribe, and in case the proceeds of such sale shall be insufficient to satisfy such debt or demand, with incidental expenses of sale, the corporation may have their action against the debtor for the balance due.

SEC. 5. Said corporation shall have an office in the city of Providence.

Passed May 31, AN ACT TO INCORPORATE THE PERRY HARVESTER COMPANY. 1877.

It is enacted by the General Assembly as follows :

SECTION 1. John G. Perry, William E. Barrett, Thomas M. Potter, William S. Johnson, Henry F. Jenks, Charles D. Wilbur, John N. Hazard, Thomas P. Wells, Elisha C. Clarke, Thomas W. Rounds, Robert Rodman, Benjamin F. Robinson, George Mertz, William R. Sayles, John T. Cottrell, John Farnum, Henry Cram, William B. Wightman, Clarence E. Thomas, David C. Potter, Thomas A Peirce, Jr., James M. Pendleton, Charles H. Briggs, Joseph F. Brown, D. F. Longstreet, and those that may be associated with them, are hereby made a body politic and corporate by the name of the Perry Harvester Company, with all the powers and subject to all the duties set forth in chapters 139 and 142 of the General Statutes and the several acts in addition to or in amendment thereof.

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SEC. 2. The stock of the corporation shall consist of not less than six thousand dollars in shares of one hundred dollars each to be paid as directed by the stockholders, but said stock may be increased by a vote of the stockholders to not exceeding fifty thousand dollars.

Sec. 3. There shall be an annual meeting of the stockholders of said company at their place of business in Providence, and the object and business of the company shall be the purchasing, owning and selling of patents for harvesters or parts thereof, nut locks, &c, and the manufacture and sale of said articles as they may deem best.

Sec. 4. This act shall take effect from and after its passage.

AN ACT TO INCORPORATE THE NAYATT BRICK COMPANY.

Passed May 31, 1877.

It is enacted by the General Assembly as follows :

SECTION 1. Benjamin F. Thurston, L. B. Smith, Alex. Farnum, F. S. Brownell, E. C. Potter, N. F. Potter, Jeffrey Hazard, their associates and successors, are hereby created a body politic and corporate, for

a the purpose of manufacturing, buying and selling brick, and for other manufacturing and mechanical purposes connected therewith, by the name of the Nayatt Brick Company, with all the privileges, and subject to all the duties and liabilities set forth in chapters 139 and 142 of the General Statutes, and in any acts in amendment thereof or in addition thereto.

Sec. 2. The capital stock of said company shall not exceed one hundred thousand dollars, to be fixed in amount from time to time by the by-laws or vote of the corporation, and shall be divided into shares of one hundred dollars each.

SEC. 3. The stock or shares of each stockholder shall be pledged and held liable for all debts and demands of every nature, due or owing from the owner thereof to said corporation, and whether the same be overdue, or payable at a future day, and whether aris

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