An Account of the Boston Female Asylum: With the Act of Incorporation, By-laws, Rules and Regulations

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J. E. Hinckley, 1833 - 24 páginas
 

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Página 14 - ... all which officers shall hold their said offices for one year, and until others shall be elected to succeed them ; and the...
Página 13 - Lincoln and his associates, together with such others as may be admitted members of said association, be, and they hereby are incorporated into a society by the name of The...
Página 15 - ... who, being destitute of parents within this commonwealth, shall have been relieved and supported by said Society ; Provided, That any parent, whose child or children, during the absence of their said parent out of this Commonwealth, shall have received relief and support, or been bound out as aforesaid, shall have liberty, on his or her return, to receive such child or children, upon paying to the Treasurer of said Society the expense incurred in her, or their relief and support, as aforesaid.
Página 16 - Commonwealth, shall have been relieved and supported by said institution : provided, that any parent whose child or children, during the absence of their said parent out of this Commonwealth, shall have received relief and support or been bound out as aforesaid, shall have liberty on his or her return to receive such child or children, upon paying to the treasurer of said...
Página 14 - ... provided, the same be not repugnant to the Constitution or Laws of this Commonwealth. SEC.
Página 15 - Children, as they may judge suitable objects of charity, to enjoy the benefits of the Institution ; and also, to accept a surrender, in writing, by the father, or, where there is no father, by the mother, of any female child or children, to the care and direction of said Society ; and...
Página 15 - And be it further enacted, That the Treasurer of said Society shall always be a single woman, of the age of twentyone years, or upwards, and shall give bond with sufficient surety or sureties, to account annually, or oftener, if required by said Society, or...
Página 16 - And be it further enacted. That all Instruments of Conveyance or Contract, which may lawfully be made by said Society, if approved by the Board of Managers, shall be signed by the First or Second Directress, and countersigned by the Secretary; and, if necessary, sealed with the common Seal of said Society; and, when so executed, shall bind the said Society, and be valid in Law. SECTION 8.
Página 14 - ... consent of her husband, receive any of the money, or other property of said Society, shall thereby render her said husband accountable therefor to said Society ; and every woman, whether sole or married, who shall subscribe and pay to the funds of said Society, the sum of three dollars...
Página 14 - That every married woman belonging to said society who shall, with consent of her husband, receive any of the money or other property of said society, shall thereby render her said husband accountable therefor to said society. 2. " That the treasurer of said society shall always be a single woman.

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