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A village, containing the required population, becomes a city of the second class without action being taken on its part, and the fact that at the time statutory resolution was adopted to provide for election of city officers, it had less than the requisite number of inhabitants to make it such city, is immaterial.
The trustees may hold property in trust for the district, and for that purpose may take property by grant, gift, devise or any other method, and may do all things proper or necessary for managing the affairs of the district.
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The transaction, however, hinges on approval by the Interstate Commerce Commission of Dickinson turning over its interstate operating rights to Capitol for an additional $20, The PSC said the Dickinson line had been operated since early this year by the estate of its founder.
(k) A requirement under this code that 51 percent or more of the stock of a corporation be owned by a person or persons who were citizens of this state for a one-year period preceding the date of the filing of an application for a license or permit does not apply to a corporation organized under the laws of this state that applies for a license.
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