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1926.

Chap.233 AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE TOWN OF NATICK TO

MONEY FOR SCHOOL PURPOSES.
Be it enacted, etc., as follows:
Town of Natick SECTION 1. For the purpose of acquiring land for and
may borrow
money for constructing a junior high school building and originally
school purposes. equipping and furnishing said building, the town of Natick

may borrow, from time to time, within a period of five years
from the passage of this act, such sums as may be necessary,
not exceeding, in the aggregate, three hundred thousand

dollars, and may issue bonds or notes therefor, which shall Natick School bear on their face the words, Natick School Loan, Act of Loan, Act of

1926. Each authorized issue shall constitute a separate
loan, and such loans shall be paid in not more than fifteen
years from their dates, but no issue shall be authorized under
this act unless a sum equal to an amount not ļess than ten
per cent of such authorized issue is voted for the same
purpose to be raised by the tax levy of the year when au-
thorized. Indebtedness incurred under this act shall be in
excess of the statutory limit, but shall, except as herein pro-
vided, be subject to chapter forty-four of the General Laws,
exclusive of the proviso inserted in section seven of said
chapter by chapter three hundred and thirty-eight of the
acts of nineteen hundred and twenty-three.
SECTION 2. This act shall take effect upon its

passage.
Approved April 13, 1926.

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Hall Loan,
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Chap.234 AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE TOWN OF SPENCER TO BORROW

MONEY FOR TOWN HALL PURPOSES.
Be it enacted, etc., as follows:
Town of

Section 1. For the purpose of acquiring land for and
Spencer may

constructing a town hall and originally equipping and furnish-
ing the same, the town of Spencer may borrow from time to
time, within a period of five years from the passage of this
act, such sums as may be necessary, not exceeding, in the
aggregate, one hundred and sixty thousand dollars, and may

issue bonds or notes therefor, which shall bear on their face Spencer Town the words, Spencer Town Hall Loan, Act of 1926. Each

authorized issue shall constitute a separate loan, and such
loans shall be paid in not more than fifteen years from their
dates, but no issue shall be authorized under this act unless
a sum equal to an amount not less than ten per cent of such
authorized issue is voted for the same purpose to be raised
by the tax levy of the year when authorized. Indebtedness
incurred under this act shall be in excess of the statutory
limit, but shall, except as herein provided, be subject to
chapter forty-four of the General Laws, exclusive of the
proviso inserted in section seven of said chapter by chapter
three hundred and thirty-eight of the acts of nineteen hun-
dred and twenty-three.
SECTION 2. This act shall take effect

upon

its

passage. Approved April 13, 1926.

AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE TOWN OF WINCHENDON TO BOR- Chap. 235

ROW MONEY FOR TOWN HALL PURPOSES.

1926.

Be it enacted, etc., as follows:

SECTION 1. For the purpose of repairing and remodelling Town of its town hall, and of refurnishing and reequipping the same, may borrow the town of Winchendon may borrow from time to time, money for

town hall purwithin a period of five years from the passage of this act, poses. such sums as may be necessary, not exceeding, in the aggregate, twenty-five thousand dollars, and may issue bonds or notes therefor, which shall bear on their face the words, Winchendon Town Hall Loan, Act of 1926. Each author- Winchendon ized issue shall constitute a separate loan, and such loans Loan, Act of shall be paid in not more than ten years from their dates, but no issue shall be authorized under this act unless a sum equal to an amount not less than ten per cent of such authorized issue is voted for the same purpose to be raised by the tax levy of the year when authorized. Indebtedness incurred under this act shall be within the statutory limit, and shall, except as herein provided, be subject to chapter forty-four of the General Laws, exclusive of the proviso inserted in section seven of said chapter by chapter three hundred and thirty-eight of the acts of nineteen hundred and twenty-three. SECTION 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage.

Approved April 13, 1926.

AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE CITY OF NEW BEDFORD TO BOR

Chap.236 ROW MONEY FOR SCHOOL PURPOSES. Be it enacted, etc., as follows:

Section 1. For the purpose of acquiring land for and City of New constructing school buildings, including the cost of originally borrow money equipping and furnishing such buildings, or for the construction of additions to school buildings, such additions to increase the floor space of such buildings, including the cost of originally equipping and furnishing the same, the city of New Bedford may borrow from time to time, within a period of five years after the passage of this act, such sums as may be necessary, not exceeding, in the aggregate, one million two hundred thousand dollars, and may issue bonds or notes therefor, which shall bear on their face the words, New New Bedford Bedford School Loan, Act of 1926. Each authorized issue School Loan, shall constitute a separate loan, and such loans shall be paid in not more than fifteen years from their dates, but no issue shall be authorized under this section unless a sum equal to an amount not less than ten per cent of such authorized issue is voted for the same purpose to be raised by the tax levy of the year when authorized. Indebtedness incurred under this act shall be in excess of the statutory limit, but shall, except as provided herein, be subject to chapter fortyfour of the General Laws, exclusive of the proviso inserted in

for school purposes.

1926.

section seven of said chapter by chapter three hundred and
thirty-eight of the acts of nineteen hundred and twenty-
three.
Section 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage.

Approved April 13, 1926.

Chap.237 An Act to AUTHORIZE THE MOUNT HOPE FINISHING COM

PANY TO ENGAGE IN THE BUSINESS OF AN ELECTRIC COM-
PANY IN THE VILLAGE OF NORTH DIGHTON.

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Be it enacted, etc., as follows:
Mount Hope SECTION 1. The Mount Hope Finishing Company is
Finishing
Company

hereby authorized to construct and operate lines for the

transmission of electricity for the purpose of furnishing light
an electric com- and power upon and along the highways of that part of the
pany in part
of town of town of Dighton, and to the inhabitants thereof, included
Dighton. within the following boundaries: beginning at a point on the

westerly bank of the Three Mile river on the boundary line
between the town of Dighton and the city of Taunton;
thence northwesterly by said boundary line to a stone post on
the westerly line of Williams street in said town of Dighton;
thence southerly by said westerly line of Williams street to
a point at its intersection with the southerly line of Tremont
street; thence southeasterly by said southerly line of Tremont
street to its intersection with the boundary line of the
Dighton electric light district; thence northerly by the
boundary line of said light district to the southeasterly
corner of the North Dighton Fire District in the town of
Dighton; thence northeasterly by the boundary line of said
fire district to the southwesterly bank of the Three Mile

river; thence following the bank of said river to the place of May erect and beginning. Said company is hereby authorized to erect and

maintain upon said highways such posts and fixtures as may
be necessary to sustain the wires and other fixtures of its lines.

SECTION 2. In respect to said business, said Mount Hope and be subject Finishing Company shall have all the powers and privileges,

and be subject to all the duties, liabilities and restrictions, of
an electric company under all general laws now or hereafter
in force in relation thereto, so far as the same may be appli-
cable; and for the purposes of said business, the said com-
pany may continue to enjoy all of the property and locations
in said town of Dighton, now owned and used by it in the
distribution and sale of electricity to the said fire district and
its inhabitants.
SECTION 3. This act shall take effect upon its passage.

Approved April 14, 1926.

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Chap.238

AN ACT DISSOLVING CERTAIN CORPORATIONS. Emergency Whereas, It is necessary that certain delinquent and other preamble.

corporations be dissolved before April first in the current
year, therefore this act is hereby declared to be an emergency

law, necessary for the immediate preservation of the public convenience.

Be it enacted, etc., as follows:

Section 1. Such of the following named corporations as Certain are not already legally dissolved are hereby dissolved, sub-corporations

dissolved. ject to the provisions of sections fifty-one and fifty-two of chapter one hundred and fifty-five of the General Laws:

A. D. Windle Co., A. F. Heald Company, A. F. Ward Machinery Co., The, A. H. Buswell Medicine Co., A. H. Weeks & Company, Inc., A. H. Williams, Inc., A-I-D Incorporated, A. J. Rogers Co., The, A. L. Lapidus Co., A. M. Manning Co., A. S. Tucker Company, The, Abbott Street Garage Inc., Abrahams & Shiffrin, Inc., Accessible Card Company, Accessories Manufacturing Company, Acme Drug Co., Acme Machine Company, Acme Nail Company, Inc., Acton Associates, Incorporated, Adamite Tan Company, Adams & Powers, Inc., Adams Clothing Co., Adams Garage Inc., Adams Sales Company, Addison Mills, Aero Corporation of Massachusetts, Aetna Products Company, Afco Construction Company, Agawam Tobacco Company, Air Toy Company, The, Aladdin Candy Shop Inc., Albany Realty Company, Albermarle Mills, Incorporated, Alberta Company Incorporated, Alexander C. Wolf Company, Algonquin Stores Company, Alicia Corporation, Inc., All American Brokers, Inc., Allen Engineering Company, Allen Rubber Company of New England, Allen W. Phillips Smelting Company, Allied Consumers Co., The, Allied Mines Corporation, Allston Public Market Inc., Alouette Oil Company, Alton Process Company, America Toy Company Inc., The, American Auto Livery Company, American Blacking Company, American Canbec Company, American Coated Paper Company, American Construction Company, American Drug Company, Inc., American Electroplating Works, Inc., American Food & Products Company, American Fruit Growers of Palestine Inc., American Home Building Association, Inc., American-Industrial Furnace Corporation, American Mortgage Corporation, American Novelty Manufacturing Company, American Oxygen Corporation, American Rayon Mills Inc., American Rotary Pump Co., American Salt Co., American Sanitary Comb Company, American Standard Lunch Company, American Table Company, Inc., American Turbomotor Company, American Web Company, American Whaley Engine Company, American Wood Heel Co., Inc., Amphy Radio Corporation, Anderson Motor Corporation, Anderson-Owens Shoe Co., Andrews Construction Co., Anne C. Morris, Inc., Anthony Arau and Company, Incorporated, Anthony Company of New England, Anthracite Mining Company, Apartment Sales Corporation, Arcade Malleable Iron Company (1906), Arcadia Lumber Company, Arco Tire Company, Inc., Arctic Sweetheart Carton Company, Arey & Blount Electric Company, Argold Manufacturing Company, Argument Publishing Co., The,

Certain corporations dissolved.

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Arlington Aniline Works, Inc., Arlington Lunch Co. Inc.,
Armstrong Beef & Provision Company, Arrow Shoe Co.,
Arthur's Smoke Shop, Ltd., Asbestos Covering & Supply
Company, Associated Authors Productions Inc., Associated
Laundries, Inc., Associated Mill Supplies Ltd., At-Last
Manufacturing Co., Atkins & Company, Inc., Atlantic
Carbonic & Chemical Corp., Atlantic Coast Hardware Co.,
Atlantic Construction Company, Atlantic Film Corporation
of New England, Atlantic Petroleum Company, Atlantic
Road Machinery Co., Atlas Appliance Corporation, Atlas
Trucking Company, Atwood & Gardiner, Inc., August Thiel
& Co., Inc., Auto & Accessories Co., The, Auto Sales Com-
pany, Auto Tire & Vulcanizing Co., Inc., Automatic Glove
Cleansing Co. Inc., Automatic Time Lighting Corp., Auto-
mobile Accessory Association, Inc., Automobile Dealers'
Exchange, Inc., Automobile Enameling Corporation, The,
Automobile Repairing Corporation, Automotive Clearing
House, Inc., Automotive Engineering Corporation, Auto-
motive Laboratories, Inc., Automotive Products Corporation,
Automotive Radiator Corporation, Avery Coat Co., Axle
Valve Company of Massachusetts, The, Ayers Shoe Com-
pany.

B. C. Libby Manufacturing Company, B. Grossman &
Co. Inc., Babson Can Co., Backus Heater & Foundry Co.,
Bacon-Taplin Company, Bailey Gas Appliance Co., The,
Baird Brothers Co., Inc., Baker Motor Sales Company,
Baker Rug & Carpet Cleaning Co., Baldridge Gear Com-
pany, Ballardvale Pure Food Company, Inc., Ballardvale
Springs Company, The, Bancroft Bookshop, Inc., Bancroft-
Hickey Sales Company, Bankers Exchange Corporation,
Barnstable County Used Car Exchange, Inc., Barrett Cor-
poration, The, Barrett Novelty Co. Inc., Barrett's Drug
Store, Incorporated, Barry-Brown Shoe Co., Bartol and
Healey Company, Barton and Ellis Company, Bates Products
Co., The, Bates Rubber Company, Battery Service Company
of New England, Bay State Amusement Co., Bay State
Brick Company of Indian Orchard, The, Bay State Car,
Incorporated, Bay State Cigar Company, Inc., Bay State
Clothing Company, Bay State Cooperage Co., Bay State
Corset Company, Bay State Flooring Company, Bay State
Grocery Company, Bay State Iron Works Company, Bay
State Naval Uniform Manufacturing Company, The, Bay
State Outdoor Service Company, Inc., Bay State Parcel
Checking Co., Bay State Ship Co., Bay State Shoe Mfg. Co.
Inc., Bay State Specialty Company, Beacon Chocolate Cor-
poration, Beacon Credit Exchange, Incorporated, Beacon
Rectifier Company Inc., Beaver Products Company, Inc.,
The, Becker Milling Machine Company, Bedford Neckwear
Company, Bellows-McNear Inc., Belvidere Garage Com-
pany, Beneficial Mortgage Company of Massachusetts,
Benny Cushing, Inc., Benoit-Bellenoit Co., Berkeley Studio
Inc., Berkshire Construction Company, Bermudez Company,
The, Berry Sales Co. Inc., The, Bert A. Spears Amusement

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