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14 ACTS, 1973. — C H A P . 27. members of each corporation called for t h a t purpose, by a vote of at least two thirds of those members present, qualified to vote, and voting; and provided further, t h a t such consolidation has been approved in writing by the board of directors of the Massachusetts Credit Union Share Insurance Corporation, if one or more of said credit unions is a member of said corporation. Notice of such meeting, setting forth the terms of consolidation agreed upon, shall be sent by the clerk of each credit union to each member thereof by postpaid mail at least ten days before the date of the meeting, and, if the commissioner so orders, shall also be advertised in such manner as the commissioner may direct in one or more newspapers published in each town in which any of said credit union does business or in another town in the same county. A certificate sub- scribed by the presidents and clerks of all such credit unions, setting forth that each of such credit unions has complied with all of the requirements of this section, shall be submitted to the com- missioner; and, if the commissioner and the board of directors of the Massachusetts Credit Union Share Insurance Corporation ap- prove such consolidation, they shall endorse their approval upon such said certificate, whereupon such consolidation shall become effective. A new name, or the name of any of the consolidating credit unions, may be adopted as the name of the continuing credit union at the meetings herein provided for, and, upon approval of the consolidation it shall become the name of the continuing credit union without further action under the laws of the commonwealth respecting change or adoption of a new name on the part of the continuing credit union. If none of the credit unions to be consolidated is a member of the Massachusetts Credit Union Share Insurance Corporation, the commissioner shall, and if one or more of said credit unions is a member of the Massachusetts Credit Union Share Insurance Cor- poration, then the commissioner and the board of directors of the Massachusetts Credit Union Share Insurance Corporation shall determine the value of shares, and deposits, if any, in each consoli- dated credit union; and the guaranty fund, reserve fund, and undivided earnings, if any, of each of such credit unions shall be disposed of as he or they may direct. Approved February 13, 1973. Chap. 27. A N ACT INCREASING T H E AMOUNT OF MONEY THAT MAY BE EXPENDED BY THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF HAMP- SHIRE COUNTY FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROMOTING THE RECREATIONAL, AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL ADVAN- TAGES OF SAID COUNTY. Be it enacted, etc., as follows: Section 1 of chapter 588 of the acts of 1967, as amended by chap- ter 54 of the acts of 1970, is hereby further amended by striking out the first sentence and inserting in place thereof the following ACTS, 1973. — CHAPS. 28, 29, 30. 15 sentence: — The county commissioners of Hampshire county may, for the purpose of advertising the recreational, industrial and agri- cultural advantages of said county, expend such sums, not exceeding, in the aggregate, twenty-five thousand dollars in any one year, as may be appropriated therefor; provided, that such ex- penditures from money so appropriated shall not at any time be more than triple the sum which shall have been contributed by public subscription or by donation deposited with the county treasurer for purposes aforesaid. Approved February 13, 1973. Chap. 2 8 . A N A C T AUTHORIZING THE CITY OF WORCESTER TO APPROPRIATE AND PAY A CERTAIN SUM OF MONEY TO ALBERT J . BOUFFARD. Be it enacted, etc., as follows: For the purpose of correcting an error in the computation of the salary of Albert J . Bouffard, the city of Worcester is hereby autho- rized to appropriate, and after such appropriation the treasurer of said city is hereby authorized to pay to said Albert J . Bouffard, the sum of four hundred and seventy-five dollars for services rendered by him as a teacher in the public school system of said city during the period from nineteen hundred and sixty-eight to nineteen hundred and seventy-one. Approved February 13,1973. Chap. 2 9 . A N A C T DESIGNATING THE DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES ICE SKATING RINK IN THE CITY OF TAUNTON AS THE TAUNTON MEMORIAL RINK. Be it enacted, etc., as follows: T h e department of natural resources skating rink in the city of Taunton shall be designated and known as the Taunton Memorial Rink. A suitable marker bearing said designation shall be attached thereto by said department. Approved February 13, 1973. Chap. 3 0 . A N A C T REMOVING THE LIMIT OF THE AMOUNT OF MONEY W H I C H MAY BE EXPENDED FOR PLANNING BY THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF FRANKLIN COUNTY. Be it enacted, etc., as follows: Section 1 of chapter 425 of the acts of 1963 is hereby amended by striking out the first sentence, as amended by chapter 2 of the acts of 1971, and inserting in place thereof the following sen- tence: — The county commissioners of the county of Franklin may, for the purpose of protecting the. interests of said county and to provide for land use planning and the economic development thereof, expend such sums as may be appropriated therefor. Approved February 13, 1973.
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