hold any personal estate not exceeding in value fifty thousand dollars, to be applied to purposes connected with and appropriate to the objects of said establishment. section 3. Be it further enacted, That all persons who shall hereafter become Proprietors of Lots in said Cemetery, of a size not less, each, than three hundred square feet, shall thereby become members of the said Corporation. section 4. Be it further enacted, That the Officers of the said Corporation shall consist of not less than seven nor more than twelve Trustees, a Treasurer, Secretary, and such other Officers as they may direct. The Trustees shall be elected annually at the annual meeting, and shall hold their offices until others are chosen. And they shall choose one of their number to be President, who shall be also President of the Corporation, and they shall also choose the Secretary and Treasurer, either from their own body or at large. And the said Trustees shall have the general management, superintendence and care of the property, expenditures, business and prudential concerns of the Corporation, and of the sales of lots in the said Cemetery, and they shall make a report of their doings to the Corporation at their annual meeting. The Treasurer shall give bonds for the faithful discharge of the duties of his office, and shall have the superintendence and management of the fiscal concerns of the Corporation, subject to the revision and control of the Trustees, to whom he shall make an Annual Report, which shall be laid before the Corporation at their annual meeting. And the Secretary shall be under oath for the faithful performance
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