After the corporation has acquired any part of the property occupied by the late Frederick Douglass as his homestead, commonly called Cedar Hill, in the village of Anacostia, District of Columbia, the corporation may—
(1)manage, repair, and improve the property to carry out the purposes of the corporation; and
(2)erect on the property a monument to the memory of the late Frederick Douglass.
June 6, 1900, ch. 806, §§ 2 (words after last semicolon), 6, 31 Stat. 662, 663.
Clause (1) is substituted for “and that after the said association shall have acquired title in fee simple to a whole or a part of certain property situate and being in the village of Anacostia, District of Columbia, commonly called Cedar Hill, and occupied by the late Frederick Douglass as his homestead, the said association may manage, repair, improve, and adorn the same in such manner as the said incorporators or their successors, or a majority of them, may deem meet and proper, in pursuance of and in accordance with the objects and purposes for which this said association is incorporated” to eliminate unnecessary words.
Clause (2) is substituted for 36:4406 to eliminate unnecessary words.
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