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George G. Brunssann,
Funeral Director andl Embalmer,
!43 MORGAN STREET. PHONE, ALGIERS 66.
GOOD Union Saloon,
o-201 MOROAN STREET- 3 1
BE Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars,
B ER and Tobacco. UNION BEER
Theo. J. Lala,
Dealer in High Class Food Products
Cooking Utensils, Liquore of All kinds. All kinds of
Food Stuffs. Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Grain, Etc.
TECHE A SLIDELL AVE. PHONE, ALGIERS 0.
GEORGE J. PETERSON
Pittsburg Coal and Coke
LUMBER, SAND AND FIRE WOOD
Yard and Offlo*: 525 Sulin Street. Reosldoneos 421 Pelleen Av.
PHONE, ALGIERS 454-W.
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When in Need of
WEDDING BOUQUETS AND
Can Supply You Promptly
Telephone, Write or Wire
838 Canal St.
Phone Main 567 New Orleans
Whore and When They Meet and Ad
dresses of Their Offers.
iTS. JOHN LODGE NO. 153.
Om. John Lodge No. 153 F. and A.
I., mest4 every Tuesday eeunins in
Masoale Hall, corer Olivier SL. and
Plical Avenue at 7:30 o'clock.
W. M., Shade G. Smith, 625 Belle
vile St.; 8. W. Fred H. 0alt; J. W..,
Adlph Spitsfadea, Jr.; Treasurer, Geo.
Herbet, Jr.; Secretary, L. J. Peterson.
518 Veret St.; Chaplaln, C. A. SBth
rland; Tyler, W. Seast; Stewards,
W. Lucas, J. M. Couget; S. D, A. W.
Lucas; J. D, E. Dosher.
ORISCJEN LODGE NO. 3.
Cressest Lodge No. 3, K. aof P.,
eets every Friday night In Pythian
Bail at 1:30 o'clock.
Thee. Olsen, C. C.; Roger Chestnut,
V. .; Jules B. Babin, M. W.; B. .
aebli. 380 Desronde St., K. of R. and
S.; Peter Clement. Prelate; L. J. jet
eriem, M. 3.; C. Barthant, M. A.; C.
Miller, L G.; Lous MartinO. O.; Ps
ter Clement, representative; Jules Bar
bh, alterate; Louis Peterson Dr. C.
V. Krat send F. C. Wagner, trus
tees; C. Miber, Janitor; Dr. Jno. A.
Rap sand Dr. W. IL Weaver, physi
Iam; . . . Moths, undertaker; B. .
HALCYON LODGE NO. a.
Meets second and fourth Thursday
at each month; quarterly meetings.,
rst Thursday In January, April, July
Ssd October, In Pythian Hall, at 7:30
stave Peterson. I3 BEaira Ave..
helaoellor commander; August C.
Drill, vice chancellor; Geo. W. Stewart,
prelate; J. U. Lewis, taster a work;
Win. A. Scholl, 132 Laverge street,
keeper of records and seal; John
Porser, master of Snance; Frank
Hennl master ot enchequer; James
0. Stewart, masteaterms; J. T.
Hushes, Inner guard; J. T. Stuherland,
outer guard; Jos. Hughes, Sr., grand
representative; James O. Stew
a. alternate; Dr. J. 3. Pollock for
Alers, Dr. C. F. Gelbko for Gretna
ad Dr. W. B. Clark for New Orleans,
phaldcas. Juo. A. Barrett, under
VIRGINIA LODGE NO. 136.
Virginia Lodge No. 13., . of P.,
-meets oa the second and fourn Mon
da at each moeath in Pythian Hall at
t:3 p. a.
Chsneleor commander, W. B. Ow.
S4s, 440 Blmira Ave.; vice chancellor,
I. Voegtiln; preta, J. Pendas; keep
or et recor d mbse, I. F. Glack, 53
WMirt avenue; master of exchbequer,
. AeLker; master of fnsace, 8. G.
Smith; masterat-aras, A. J. Besmon;
Iner gurd W. Goodwin; outer oard,
(a 1. Preht grand lodge representa
tirv, S . Smith: ittarnts, A. F.
autman; physiia for Algiers, Dr.
ho. A. uspp; for McDonosahrlIe and
Gretma, Dr. W. H. Wavr.
ORDER OF EASTIERN STAR.
STl. JOHN CHAPTER NO. a
Sts. John Chapter No. 35-Meets on
the second and fourth Mondays of
each month in Masonic Hall, at 7:30
Worthy matron, Mrs. Eleanor Nel
son, 323 Bermuda St.; worthy patron,
Mr. Arthur Lucas; associate matron,
Mrs. Amelia Smith; secretary, Mrs.
Augusta Burgis, 528 Bouny street;
treasurer, Miss Selina Sutherland;
conductress, Mrs. Jennie Reyn
olds; associate conductress, Mrs. Ele
lyn Corbett; warder, Mrs. Lily Good
lett; sentinel, Mr. John Cougett; Ada,
Miss Olga Nelson; Ruth, Mrs. Flor
ence Ameedo; Esther, Mrs. Erminie
Riehl; Martha, Mrs. May Pollock; El
ecta, Miss Ruby Vanderlinden; chap
lain, Mrs. Lizzie Borden; marshal, Mrs.
Josephine Weaver; organist, Mrs. Vi
ORANGE GROVE NO. 9.
Orange Grove No. 9-Meets on the
first and third Thursday of each month
in Pythian Hall, 7:30 p. m.
Amelia Smith, guardian, 625 Belle
Lizzie Borden, clerk, 549 Vallette
8treet; Via Demuth., assistant clerk.
Anna Vanderlinden, past guardian;
Mary Jacobs, advisor; Hattie Tufts,
banker; Shade G. Smith, attendant;
Louise B. Casanova, chaplain; Dr. J.
Ernest Pollock, physician; Marguerite
Capdevielle, inner sentinel; Josephine
M ock, outer sentinel; Grace Prultt,
Emma Short and Ida Hymel, managers;
Gertrude Back, organist; Jno. A. Bar
rett; E. J. Moths undertaker.
GERMAN BENEVOLENT ASSOCIA
*" Meets om the irst Wednesday of ev
" ery month at Remeeky's all at 1:30
p. m. Jdlius Hambacher, president;
I. John Sprada, vice-president; George
L Brunasann. treasurer; Frank Kraemer,
d 435 Bonny St., recording secretary;
Philip Basinger, financial secretary;
John Kinsinger, 233 Seguln street,
chairman of sick committee; John
-Teteberg, chairman of widow and or
phans' committee; Peter Bensinger
'and Theodore Duverth; William Oden
L wald, marshal; Dr. M. J. Manent, phy
[ sician; George Brunasana, undertaker.
L Address all letters and communicae
tions to Frank Kramer, 53 Belleioville'
I WORKINGMEN'S UNION AN SE
G. NEVOLENT ASSOCIATION.
Ly Meets every third Wednesday at
each mouth at Pytham Hall.
John Schroder, Jr., President, Ope
• lousas Ave. and Ndnes St., or Coart
SLouis F. Willis, Vie Presdent, s15
C. . Hildebrand. Treasurer, 435
mI Atlantic Ave.
Ak B. A. MeCokeyr, Recording Sersm
T tary, 433 Bonny St.
r. B. Babia, Pan lal Secretary, 112
d, Vrret t
id G . Braunsana. . M, 243 Morgan
r P. Gauthrea, ergeant at Arms
a 803 Belleville St
s, Ed. Lawton, chairman of Relief Com
m mittee, 437 Opelousas.
Dr. J. . Adams, physician.
G. G. Brunsann, undertaker, 243
SKnights of Honor
S ALGIERS LODGE No. 2549.
, Algiers Lodge No. 2549, K. of H.,
p meets every third Tuesday of each
i month in Renecky Hall, corner Vai
Slotto and Patterson streets.
Ch. P. Fetherllng, 8. P. D.; Chasu.
SW. Bredtmann, dictator; Albert B.
Woolf, vice dictator; Patrick Hartett,
aealatant dictator; Cha. H. Browniee,
. reporter; J. D. Richard, Snancial re
. porter; Thoe. A. Rhodes, treasumrer;
d Albert Borgeols, Euide; W. A. Nelson,
chpalan; Alreon Johason, guardian;
L. C. Marphy, mseatinel; Cas. P. lth
*riia& Patrick Bartnstt, and Aann
OF THE VON SCHOEBLB OIL COMPANY.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, STATE
OF LOUISIANA, PARISH OF ORLEANS,
CITY OF NEW ORLEANS.
Be it known, that on this fifth day of h
the month of May, in the year of our Lord, I
one thousand nine hundred and eleven, and
of the independence of the United States,
one hundred and thirty-fifth, before me,
John Marshall Quintero, a Notary I'ublilc,
duly commissioned and qualified, in and for
the City of New Orleans, Parish of Orleans,
State of Louisiana, and in the presence of
the witnesses hereinafter named and un
dersigned, personally came and appeared:
lThe several persons whose names are here
unto subscrilwd. who each severally declare,
that availing themselves of the provisions
of the laws of the State of Louisiana, rela
liv,. to the organization of corporations, they I
have covenanted, agreed and do by these
presents mutually contract, covenant andt
agree and hind themse-lves, to and with each
other, as well as such other iwrsons who
may hereafter become associated with them.
to form and constitute a corporation andt
body politic In law, for the objects anti pur
pIs.os. and under the agreements and stip
Ilations, followi ng, viz.:
Th.' name and title of this corporation
shall be the VON S('CIOEI,EIt Oll ('OM
I'ANY. and under its said corporate natueo
shall have power and authority to have and
•enhiy sti,,er-.ln, for the fall term and t
p.ridl of ninety nine 09)t years, from and
after tile daty and date heresof; to contract,.
tsue and Is sited; to make and use a corpor- I
aIre. be:,i. anti tile saIne to break or alter at I
;et;lsllre ; to hotdl, receive. lelse. purchase p
and io,' nvev, as well as to nlortgage and y
I1htp7the,'ate, property, real, personal and
mixt-., torpore;al anti incorporeal: to name I'
atll a;ppoint sulch ,tiheers. managers. agents S
an"t direc-trs is its ibusiness Interest and y
.convs.tni.n.e miay require; and to mIake and e
estahllish. ats well ts alter andt anllend, from
utin to tlae, such by- laws. rules andti regut
latitns. for the pIroler governnment of the
affail-.rs of the tcoporation, as lmay be nec t
css.tay and proper.
'Th,, domicile of this corporatlion shall isb
in tile ' Ity of New Orleans. Parish of or f
lans. Statel of Iouisiana, and all cltations
or oth.er legal process shall Iwe served on s
the presdtent of said corporation. or. In I
tle event otf his absence. tin theii vice-presi
ldent. and in case, of thl, absencet of the pres- F
,lent andt vice-president, upon the treasurer .1
of tile corporation.
The objict and purpose for which this
corporation is formued and the nature of
the' busin.-ss to lie carried on by it, are here
Iy det-laretid t be to prospect, mine, anti tori
ore for oil, gas, slid Inlnerals of all kinds. I
on lands leased or owned by this corpora- I
tion, or on which this corporation may have a
the right of entry: to dwn, lease anti op,,r
ate mines. mineral, oil anti gas wells, and '
to retine Iby-products: anti to that end to f
lease,. own, construct apd operate relin-ries;
to store, warehouse, abud to transport nat
ural gas, mineral oil and other minerals for
hire Iy means of railroads. tank-cars, tram
ways. pipe lines, power vessels, barges or
other suitable means of conveyance, andl to
that end to least., own. construct anti oper
ate railroads, pipe lines, pumping stations.
storagte tanks, anti basins, tank cars. iargtes
and other vessels wharves and warehouses, -
and generally to hold and exercise all such
other incidental powers and privileges, as
relate to the objects hereinbefore set forth.
and as conferred upon like corporations, and
on corporations in general, under the con
stitution and laws of this state. All iis
corporate functions may ie performed in
the State of Louisiana, and in any of the
other states or territories of the lUnite
States. Said corporation is authorized andi
shaill have power to buy, or otherwls e at
quire ownership and control to the samen ex
tent as a natural person, by lpurclhase. tie
vise. lease, or otherwise, real estate, tent.
ments, hereditaments. personal and mixed n
property and the same to sell. mortgage, p
hypothecate or Incumber at its pleasure and ti
to receive grants and rights of way for the l
purpose of carrying on the business of sail
corporation. and to acquire from Victor
Van Schoeler. certain mineral rights assigned q
to him by Aladin Vincent, original grantee:
and to do any and all acts necessary for
the carrying out of the objects and pur
poses of this corporation. It shall be prop
or for this corporation at and during all anti
any time to conduct, do, perform and (ors
carry out any one or more of the purposes or
objects of this corporation, without being
required at any one time to carry out all
the purposes and objects for which this a
corporation is created.
The capital stock of this corporation is
hereby fixed at the sum of fifty thousand ,
(1$50,000.00) dollars, to be represented by ,
one thousand (1,000) shares of the par ,
value of fifty dollars ($50.00) each, which t
capital stock may be increased or dlmin- a
ished by proceedings taken In the manner
prescribed by the laws of the State of Lou
siana. Payment for said stock shall be
made In lawful current money of the United a
States, or the said stock may be issued for
other lawful considerations, or In payment r
of property transferred to said corporation,
or for labor or services performed for said
corporation. This said corporation shall
be organised and begin bsiness as soon as
five thousand ($5,000.00) dollars shall have
been subscrlbed to the capltal stock. The
remainder of said capital stock shall be
Issued by the Board of Directors as they
may deem ex~edlent. But no stock shall
he lsaued for less than the par value there- I
ot All transfer of stock shall be made only |
on the books of the company, subject to
such rules and regulations as the Board of
Directors may prescrlbe.
All the corporate powers of this corpor
attion shall be vested In and exercslaed by the
Board of Directors, composed of five (5)
stockholders, to be elected annually on the
fiet Mondlay of the month of May of each
year commeneaing on the first Monday of the
month of May, 1913. This said eleetlot
shall be by ballot, and conducted under the
supervision of two (2) commistoners, tol
be apponlated by the Board of Directoras for
that purpose at each election. Thirty (30)
d·ays prior notice must be given by the see
retary of the company, In writing, to sach
shareholder, by malling the same by reg
istered mail to the last known address or
place of bustnesas, as left by tbhe asid are
holder, or thareholdea.rs, with the secretary
of the company. Each shareholder shall be
entitled to east one vote in person or by
Cproy, for each share of stock owned by~
him, and the majority of votes east shall
elect. The bhoard thus elected shall serve
and continue in oee until their msuccessor
shall have been duly elected and sualfied. !
The fallure to hold aa annual meetlag. or
to elect director oa the date above speel. '
ed, shall not diaselve the eoporation, but
the then directors hall contlnaae to hold
their e·ee auntil their aueseors shall have
ban elected, and qualed. All vacaneles oe
curring l said Bard of Directors shall be
alled by a majority vote of the remadnlng i
ditrectors Three (8) of the directors shah !
constltute a quoram for the tansaetilon et
any buainesls. The said Bard of Direo
tors sahall make all by-laws, rules and reg
ations, for the proper government of the
buslnes aad alfars of the corporation, and
alter and amend and chamnge the same at
p!,eleussh Th a h all hv ll power to
C-ty and to se~l mortgg, pledge, ad leas
auy and all of the property of He aid eo
poration, except as hereinafter restricted,
whenever in their judgment they deem such
acatecsessary and proper. They are an
thorised to isue bonda and other obllga
tlons, and to assume the same for this com
pany; to grant and acquire all leases, con
tracts and agreements, and to perform any
asd all acts necessary to carry out the oh
jects and purposes for which this corpora.
lion is formed,
The Board of Dlrectors shall not make
any sale of property, or grant any mort
gage on same, where the amount of property
to be sold, or mortgaged, shall be more than
one-half of the entire holdingl and owner
ship of the company, without first obtaining
the consent of the owners of at least three
fourths of the capital stock outstandaing, at
a meeting of the stockholders held for that
purpose; and the holdaing of such a meeting I
may be walved and the consent to sell or
mortgage given In writingl provided all the
stockholders sign said eonsent, or notify the
Board of Directors of their consent to make
such sale or mortgage. -The Board of Di
rectors shall have full power and authority
to hire, or diseharge all omfiers, agent,
clerks and other employees of said getors,
atlon. sad to fix their salary, or wages,
and require any or all Of them to give bond
In sunch amounat as tie board may deem fit
The oaers of this eorporatlion shall be a
president, a vlc-presldenta n tresarr nd d
secretary. and a general manager. All of
whom shall be elected by the Board of Di
ectors, at Its Ist mseetng after Ita own
eleetioa. The Board of Diretors may, at
their discrmetion, coaolidate any two oaces
noone, for msuch period of time a It lay
It may eleet as secretary of this teom
y a persoa not a stockholder therela.
first Board of Directors of this cor
poratlon shall bold oee nati the second
thou nine hendred and thilen, and
thereafter until their nessuors are da l
consist of Victor Tea Sheele, Dn Calet, I
John r. Prim John D. Grae and W i
MeCasuld-; with Con Caf_ a -ssi
This act of incorporation may be changed.
altered or modified by a vote of two-thirds
of the capital stock, or the said corporation
may be dissolved by a vote of two-thirds
of the capital stock, at a meeting of the
stockholders, held for that purpose. after
previous notice of such meeting shall have
been sent by registered mall to each share
holder, who shall have left his place of bus
iness, or place of residence, with the secre
tary of this corporation, or to the last
known address or place of residence of said
Whenever this corporation shall be dis
solved by limitation or otherwise. Its affairs
shall is- liquidated by two commissioners
selected by a vote of the majority of the
capital stock, at a meeting called for that
purpose, after due notice shall have been
given in the manner provided for in the
preceding articles. In case of the dteath or
resignation of one of said commissioners.
the remaining commissioner shall continue
alone to final liquidation; but in the event
.f the death of both of said commissioners.
their successors shall bIe elected In the man
ner as above provided. Said commission
ers shall remain in office until the full and
final settlemtent and liquidation of the af
fairs of this corporation.
No stockholder shall ever be held ilable
or reslponsible for the contracts or faults
of thtis company, for any further sum than
the unpaid balance due uplon the shares of
stork owned or subscribed for by him. Nor.
shall any more informalities in the organ
izatlin of this corporation have the effect
,of renderlng this charter null, or of ox
pi'sin: the shareholders to any liability be
yonl the amount due on his stock.
'lThus done and passed In my office at the
'ilty of New Orleans, Parish of Orleans.
State of Louisiana. on the day, month and
year hereinatl~ve first written. in the pres
once -of Mess-rs. 'Ph lp S t;idlerer and Au
gist II. iitter, both male residlents of this
parish. ald over fourteen (141 years of
age,. competent witnesses, who have here
unto signed their names, with said appear
ors. and me, notary, after due reading of
iThM number of shares of stock suilterilH d
for by each of the undersigned. is set oppo
site their respective names, and this said
sinning is Intended to and shall serve the
purpose also of a subscription list.)
Original Signed: I onelson ('affery. J
Fr. Prim. Win. MIeCausland, John it. Prim.
.John I). /:race. Victor Von Schooeler.
Witnesses : l'hilip . Chiliere. A. II. Itltter.
J. M. Qt'INTERO, .otary Public.
I. the undersigned Recorder of Mortgages.
In anti for the I'arlsh of Orleans, Statei of
IAmilsiana, do hervby certify that the above,
and foregoing Act of incorporation of the
Von Schioler Oiil Company was this day
-I :v recorded in my oumee. In book 101·.
Neiw Orlean-. l.a.. May R. 1911.
(Signed) EMIL. LEONAIt), P. R.
A true copy.
J. M. Q'INTERO. Notary Public.
May 11 1 - 25 June 1 S 15 1911
OF I'.LAQI'EMINES LAND COMPANY.
I'NITID STATES OF AMERICA. STATE
OF IOI'ISIANA. PARISII OF ORLEANS.
CITY OF NEW ORLEANS.
Be it known, that on this 6th day of the
month of March, in the yeiar one thousand
nine hundred and eleven, anti of the inde
.endnce of tie United States of America.
tile one hundred and thirteenth, before nme.
.J. G;. L:stis, a Notary Public in andi for
the Parish of Orleans. and the State of
Louislana, duly commissioned, sworn and
qualified, and in the presence of the wit.
nesses hereinafter named and undersigned.
personally came and appeared the several
persons whose names are hereunto sulb
scrihed. all of the age of majority, who de
clared that, availing themselves of Act 36
of 159, as well as the General Laws of the
State relative to the organization of cor
paratlons, they hereby form themselves into
and constitute a corporation for the objects
and purposes, and under the stipulations
hereinafter set forth:
The name and title of this corporation
shall be PTlAQUIDMINES LTAND COMPANY,
and by that name it shall enjoy succession
for the term of ninety-nine (991 years from
the date hereof, unless sooner dissolved. It
shall have the power to sue and be sued,
to borrow money, hold, purchase, lease, sell
and hypothecate real and person property ;
to make and use a corporate seal: to name
and appoint directors, managers and agents.
and to establish such by-laws, rules and
regulations for the management of the bhas
lanes and atairs of said corporation as may
be necessary. the same to alter at pleas
ure: also to make and Issue bonds and other
evidences of debt, and to secure same by
mortgage or otherwise.
The domicile of this corporation shall be
nla the Clty of New Orleans, and all citation
or other legal proces shban be served ea
the president, or, in his absence, on the
The objects and purposes of this carpor
ation shall be to ourchase and otherwslae
acqulre, reclaim, cultivate, develop and dis
pose of by sale, lease or otherwise, realt
estate and lands in the Parish of Plaque
mnlaes and elsewhere, as the Board of DI.
rectors may from time to time determine,
to construct drainage, sewerage system, to
buhaild, operate, sell and lease for operation
dredges and dltehes, maintain seh ware
houses, docks, wharves, railroad and tram
way lines, and other transportation linaes
that may be found necessary or expedient
for the proper development and carrying on
of the company's basiness, to ereet. main
tain and operate telegraph and telephone
lines, and generally to acquire by purehase
or lease, operate. sell and otherwise dispose
of any and every specla of property, real
and personal, necessary or convenalent to be
so acqulired and used in order to more eOf
fectually carry out the main design of the
oranisatlon of the company, and particu
larly In connection with its real estate
operations to acquire and operate dredges
The espltal of this corporation shall be
fixed at twenty4-ve thousand ($25.000.00)
dollars, divided into two hundred and fifty
(250) shares of $100.00 ach, payable In
cashub, or its equivalent in property or labor.
All the powers of this corporation shall
be rvested in a Board of Directors, composed
of three members, two of whom shall con
stitute a quorum for the transactlon of
business. They shall elect from their nuam.
ber a president, vlegresident and treasurer.
The following named personM shall con
stitute a Board of Directors: M. C. Baker,
G. I. Randolph,. L L Baker. and K. C.
Baker shall be presldent. O. H. Randolph,
vice-president, and L L. Baker, secretary
and treasurer, and they shall hold onie, un
til the third Tuesday of February, 1912. or
until their successore shall have been duly
elected. Any fallare to hold an annual meet
Ing shall not cause a forfeiture of this
art of incorporatlion, and any vacancy oc
curring In the Board of Directors, from any
cause. shall be filled by the remaining dl
The Board of Directors shall elect its of
cers, and shall appoint such agents and
managers as may be necessary, and shall
fix their compensation. The board shall also
have the right to dismiss said employees at
All acts of sale. purchase, lease, or others.
shall be signed by the preideat, and at
tested by the secretary.
On the third Tuesday in l ebruary, ann
ally, beginalning with the year 1912, there
shall be held a meetlng of stockholders, to
elect directors for the ensuing year. whickh
meetinag shall be called after tea (10) days
notice; said notice to be deposet in the
mall, postage paid, uad directeo each
stockholder, at his or her last known ad
dress. At said meetlingr said directors shall
be elected by ballot, and a majority of the
votes east sahall be ecessary to elect, and
each share of the stock shal be entitled to
onae vote, and the shareboldef shall vote in
person or by writtea proxy. Only sharehorl
ers shall be eligible ua dlrectors.
No stock shall be trnasferred ecept npon
the books of the company. No stockholder
shall be held liable for any eatracts or
faults of this eorporation hI ay further
fnd, absagm aessnisi sa sai essysn
tion may be dissolved by a vote of three
fourths of the stock represented at a gen
eral meeting held for that purpose after
due notice shall hase been given by publl
cation for twenty (20) days In one of the
newspapers published In New Orleans and
into case of dissolution, two commissioners
shall wind up and settle the affairs of this
corporation, and In the event of a disa
greement between them, they shall select
an umpire, whose decision shall be final.
At the termination of this act of incor
poration. the business and affairs of this
corporpation shall be likewise wound up anti
settled by three (3) commissioners elected
by the stockholders at a nmeetin called for
that purpose, after twenty days notice on
Thus done and passed on the day, month
and year tirst above written at my n,itarial
office in this city, in the presence of !t. L.
Caplan and C(. A. IRansom. competent wit
nesses, who together with the said appear
ers and me, Notary, have signed these pres
ents after due reading of the whole.
Original signed : M. 4'. Iaker, "'oo shares:
I, L. Baker, 49 shares; G. II. Randolph, 1
W'itneeses: i. L. Caplan, C. A. Ransom.
J. G. EUSTIS, Notary Public.
I, the undersigned Recorder of Mortgages.
in and for the Parish of Orleans, do hereby
certify that the above and foregoing act of
incorporation of the l'laquemines land toom.
pany was this day duly recorded in my of
lite, in book 1018, folio 595. New Orleans,
La., May 4, 1911.
(Signed) EMILE LEONARI, 1). It.
A true copy.
J. G. EI'STIS. Not. Pub.
May 11 18 2 5 June 1 8 15 1911
OF "CLUB ON WHIEELS."
UNITED STATES OF AMERI'A. STATE
OF " h4)SISI.NA, l'AIIISHII OF ORII.tLANS.
l'ITY OF NEW ORLIEANS.
lIt it known, that on this twenty-eighth
dlay of the nmtonth of April. in the 3ear of
Ior Lord one thoullsalnd nine hundred and
el-eve.n, and o;' the Independe.nce of the Unit
ed States of America, the one hundred andl
thirty-tifth, before tle. John Marshall Quin
t'ro. a Notary P'ulic, duly cnmmissioned
and qualified, in and for the Parish of Or
leans. State of Louisiana, therein residing.
and in the p[resence of the witneisses here
inafter named anti undersigned, personally
cam:le and appeared the persons whe'ts nt am-es
are hereunto subscrilbd, all above the full
ace of majority, whto severally dhcl:lred
that. availing themselves of the general laws
of the State of Louislana relative to tile
orgalnization of corporations, they hereby
forml themselves, into and constitute ai cor
ii ration for the objects and purposes andi
under the stipulations hereinafter set forth.
Tihe name, style and title of this corpor
ation shall ie "CLI'R ON WHE:I-LS." andl
by that name it shall have power and au
thlorlty to exist and enjoy sulccession for
the full term of ninety-nine years from and
after the date hereof: to contract, sue and
ie sited: to make and use a corporate seal.
the same to break or change at pleasure;
to acquire, hold, receive, purchlase, .lease'
and hire propert- of every nature and kindt
tit. ne-essary or useful for the purpose of
the corporation anti the same to convey.
alitenate or disp;ose of at pleasure: to name
and appoint suclh ofmlers. managers or
nagents as the Interest of said corporation
may requlrer : to make and establish sulch
by-laws. rules andt regutlations of its af- I
fairs as may be n-cesary and proper and
the same to alter or change at pleasure.
The domicile of said corporation shall be
in the City of New Orleans. State of Iou- t
islana, and citation or other legal process
shall be served on tile president, or, in
case of his abseace, on the vice-president.
or. In the absenetrof both, on the secretary
treasurer of the same.
The objects and purposes for which this
corporation is established are declared to
he: (1) To succeed the corporation and
club of the same name; (2) To regulate
socIal intercourse and amusement among
the members of said corporation by rules
framed after consultation, by mutual con
sent, to promote enjoyment, harmony, re- I
finement of manners and nlatellectual Im
provement: (3) To purchase, lease, hire,
possess and operate and maintain one or
more coaches or cars for the use and con
venience of the members, and to run same
over and on the lines of Louisville & Nash
ville Railroad Company, or other railroads.
All the corporate powers of this coapor
ation shall be vested in and exercised by I
a Governing Committee to be composed of
the president, the vice-president, the see
retary-treasurer and three other members,
all to be elected by ballot at the annual
meeting of the club to ue held on the see
ond Monday in July, 1911, and annually
thereafter, eeer so elected taklng their I
seats on the first day of the following Jan- I
nary. A majority of votes cast shall elect.
The oece of secretary-tresurer may be
illed by one person.
Sbhould the annual meeting and election
fall to be held on the day specified, the in
cumbents shall continue in oice antil euch
meeting is held and their successeors elected, I
and It shall be the duty of the acting pres
Ident to ause another meeting and election
to be held within thirty days thereafter.
The ofeers and the Governing Commit
taee shall hold ofee for the term of one
year or until theitr sucessors are duly elet
ed and qualified. The Goverling Committee
haball fill1 all vacancies occurring for the nan
expired tenm of the same. Three members
of the committee shall constitute a quorum
for the transction of any business.
The bastness of the club shall be man
aged and transacted by said board and
conmmlttees of said board. The goverlning
committee shall have the power to adopt
all by-laws, rules and regulations which they
deem ncessary for the proper government
of the club and its meambev and to amend
the same, aIncluding the fixing of the num
betr, qualeation, election, suspension or
expulion of members and the tfees and
dues to be paid by same, provided that they
shall have no power to reduce the mem
bcrship below eighty or to increase the an
nual dues above twenty-fve dollars ($25).
or to levy an assament without the con
sent of the members of the club to be
given at a special meeting after tea days
printed notice stating its purpose, shall
have been mailed to each and every mem
ber. Coolee of this charter and of the
by-laws shall be printed from time to time
for the use of the members.
The following are declared to be the ef
ceras of the club and the Goverlning Com.
mittee of the same: Louls H. Fairchild,
president; Henry P. Dart, viee-presideat
Charlesa A. Pardue, secretary-tresurer;
John M. Parker, William <P. Burke, 8.
Locke Breaux, Members, to serve antil the
irst day of January, 1912, or until their
succesasors shall be elected
General and special meetings for any and
all purposes may be called by the president,
or, in his absence, by the vlce-prelsident, or
by the Governing Commlttee, or on the re
quest of any five members In wrlting, such
meetings to take place as follows: During
the period from May 1 to October 31, after
ire days notice posted in club car: during
the remainder of the year by printed netice
sent by mail to the members, provided that
meetings for the purposes stated In the pre
cedilg artlele shall be governed and reg
ulated as provided therein.
At all jneetlngs such members in good
standing shall each have one vote, to be
cast d person.
Fifteen members In good standing shall
be a quorum for the transaction of busainess
at all meetings and the decision of the ma
Jorlty of the quorum present shall be valid
as a corporate act, save as to amendmenta
to this charter, which are provided for in
Article VII, and save also as to elecotls
for membership, which shall be regulated
by the By-Laws.
This club shall be deemed and consid
ered and is declared to be the sceseor of
thbe corporation called "Club on Whbeels"
nad all the by-laws and rules of that club
shll remain in force until changed, amend
ed or repealed, uas herelin permitted.
All the members of said "Club on Whbeels"
are declared to be members of this club and
they shall remain obligated to may to the
club whatever claims the exatlu club has
or may have hereafter against the.
All the property, coatracts uad assets of
that club having been treasrred to this
club, all the debts and liabilitiee of the
former are hereby aumed by this ekb.
The Governrin Committee is hee d
reted and empowered to aequirea. verm
and in behalt f1 thbis elub to gaoses and
enjoyal all te peerty, eantracts and esfeets
and to p s dor seess to all aeb
rljberpmril and dataes were
uSund ud I, mp bshe ,
Iba rr0r .Is~. L d s et.
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e'd to arra;nge for the transfer into this club
of the mrn.nll.rship thereof in good standing
Save in the c:e of the members of the
old club, as herein provided, a membership
fee of one hundred and fifty dollars ($150)
shall Ib paid immediately upon acceptance
of membership in this club. A certificate
shall be issued for one hundred dollars
$o00 t.0o) thereof, which shall be delivered
to the member and same shall be non-trans
ferable and non-negotiable, neither shall any
rigt, of any kind, pass thereunder by any'
execution or to any heir, assign, successor,
executor, administrator or othilier person
whatever. But whenever such member shall
cease, f,)r any cause whatever, to be a mem
ber at. I whenever this corporation shall
have tilled the vacancy thus created, the
sald certificate shall be called in and re
deemed by this ctorporation at the face
value if the same. The substance of this
provision shall IHs printed in or upon all
certithiates lsuted hereunder.
It is especially understood and agreed by
the subscrlters to this charter and by all
persons who may Iscome, nmemwFrs of this
corporation that upon tihe death of any
member, or upon his ceasing, for any cause.
to be a memer of this corporation, all
right, share or Interest which the said
member may have In the assets of the cor
paration shall revert to the corporation and
shall in no wise belong to said member, his
estate or his heirs: and, the membership
of this corporation Is strictly personal and
This act of incorporation may be amend
ed, changed, modified or altered, or said
corporation may be dissolved by a vote of
two-thirds of the members present at a
speclal meeting to be called for that pur
pose, after five days previous notice in
writing by mail shall have been given to
each and every member, at which meeting
a quorum shall consist of thirty members.
Whenever this corporation is dissolved,
either by limitation or from any other cause,
its affairs shall be liquidated or settled by
three commissioners to be appointed for
that plrpose by the members of said cor
poration, at a meeting to be e6nvened for
that purpose, after a printed notice stating
the object of the meeting shall have been
mailed to each member; and in ease of
death of one or more of said commissioners.
the survivor or survivors shall continue to
act until the vacancy or vacancies shall be
filled at special meeting called for that
purpose by the acting commissioner or by
anf five members, after notice as above re
No member of this club shall ever be held
liable or responsible for the contracts, debts
or faults of said corporation, nor shall any
informality in the organisation have the
etect of rendering this charter null or ex
pose the members to any personal liability.
Thus done and passed, in my olee, at
the City of New Orleans, on the day, month
and year herein first above written, in the
presence of Messieurs Philip 8. Gidiere and
August H. Ritter, competent witnesses, who
hereunto sign their names with the said ap
pearers and me, Notary, after reading of
Original Signed : L H. Fairchild, Henry
P. Dart, C. A. Pardue, John M. Parker, .
Locke Breau. Wm. P. Burke, A. Baldwin,
A. Baldwin, Jr.. IL C. Fallon, Edgar H.
Farrar, J. T. Witherspoon, A. D. Parker,
Frank T. Howard, p. p. . H. Palrchild,
Charles Janvier, Walter R. Stauter, S P.
Walmsley, Henry P. Dart, Jr., Wm. Kerna
Dart, Peter F. Pescud, George Denegre
George P. Agar, T. H. Lyons, Alfred ne
Blanc, John A. Wllington, J. H. Layfae,
Charles W. Zilegler, Frank 8. Walshe, Johs
McCloskey, John N. Stewart, G. W. Clay,
O. P. Geren, H. T. Howard, Eugene arttin,
Charles A Farwell, J. G. Olivier, G. B
Baldwin. I. E. Merllh.
Witnesses: Philip 8. Gldlere,. H. Ritter
J. M. QUINTERO, Notary Public.
I hereby certify that I have examined
the within act of Incorporation and am of
opinion that the purposes and objects of
the proposed corporation, as specified In
said act, are legal, and that none of the
provisions therein contained are contrary to
(Slgned) ST. CLAIR ADAMI,
Distrlect Attorney, Parish of Orlesas.
New Orleans, May 4, .-l1.
I, the undersigned Recorder of Mortgages
In and for the Parish of Orleans, State el
Louisiana, do hereby certify that the abhev
and foregoing act of incorporation of the
Club on Wheels was this day duly recorded
in my ofce in book 1018, folio 590.
New Orleans, La., May 4, 1911.
(Signed) EMILE LEONARD, D. R.
A true copy :
J. M. QUINTERO, Notary Public.
May 11 18 25 June 1 8 15 1911
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