Section 34. Towns and townships are created at the pleasure of the legislature, and they have no vested rights. The legislature have supreme power over them, and may divide or alter them or detach property from them, or even abolish them, at the legislative pleasure, subject only to the restraint of the constitution that the power shall not be exercised by local or special law, but shall be by general and uniform law.13

11 Town of Waltham vs. Kemper, 55 III., 346; Russell vs. Men of Devon, 2 T. R., 671.

12 Nickerson vs. Dyer, 106 Mass., 320.