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St. Johns herald and Apache news. (St. Johns, Apache Co., Ariz.) 1905-1917, January 16, 1913, Image 3

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ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
, of the
Little Colorado Light & Power Co.
Know all Men by these Presents:
That we the .undersigned, residents of St.
Johns, Apache County, Arizona have this day
voluntarily associated ourselves together for the
purpose of forming a corporation, under and
by virtue of the law of the State of Arizonai
and in accordance with the laws of said state
we do hereby adopt the following Articles of
Incorporation.
I
The names of the incorporators are E. I.
Whiting. E. M. Whiting, Earnest Whiting, Her
bert A. Berry and F. W. Brown.
II
That the name of this corporation is and
shall be, "The Little Colorado Light and Power
Co',," and its principal place of business shall
be at St Johns, Apache County, Arizona, but
other offices for the transaction of business may
be established and maintained either within or
without the County of Apache, Arizona, otsuch
places as the Board of Directors may designate.
Ill
The general nature of the business to be trans
acted by this corporation shall be: to buy ac
quire, construct power plants and to equip the
same with generators, dynamos, motors, trans
formers and any other, necessary or convenient
apparatus, for the generation by water or other
wise electricity, light, heat and power .for the
operation of ice-plants, planing mills, water
works and electric lighting systems to be owned
controlled and operated and maintained by this
corporation and for the delivery of light, heat
and power to consumers for domestic, median;
ical and other beneficial use by means of wires,
cables and pipes for the distribution of the
same: To locate, appropriate, claim, acquire.
. buy, construct or otherwise obtain water rights,
rights of way, reservoirs, dams, ditches, canals,
flumes.acqueduots end pipe lines for the diver
sion, storage and conveyance of water for power
for the use of said plants, mills and work; To
buy, acquire, own and improve real estate and
to dispose of the same: To own shares of stock
in other corporations and to hypothecate or dis
pose of the snme; To borrow money and to se
cure the S8ine by pledge or hypothecation of its
personal assets or by mortgage or other seenri
ty upon its real estate; To exchange Its capi
tal stock for the capital stock of other corpora
tions or to exchange its capital stock for prop
erty rights, franchises, labor, iervice or other
thing of value necessary or advantageous to its
corporate objects and in general to do and per
form any act which any person might lawfully
do in and about the conduct and management
of the same business.
None of the objects or purposes. above speci
fically meptioned shall be considered as being
in derogation of the general rights conferred by
law upon corporations of this character, but
this corporation shall have all the rights, bene
fits and privileges by law conferred upon cor
porations oflike character whether or not the
same have been herein specifically mentioned.
IV
The capital stock of this corporation shall be
Twenty Thousand Dollars and shall be repre
sented by Two Thousand (2000' shares of a par
value of Ten Dollars (?10,). Any or all of the
"capital stock may be issued in payment tor real
or personal property, labor or service or any
. other right or thing of value necesary for or
incidental to the advancement of the purposes
of the corporation and the directors shall be the
sole jmlges of the time when said Capital Stock
shall be paid Hi nnl the price at which said
unpital stock shhll be sold and the value of any
property labor or service which may be accept
ed in exchange threforY
V.
The term of the existence of this corporation
shall begin with the date of the filing of a certi
fied copy of these articles forecord in the
County Recorder of A.pach.e County, Arizona,
and shall continue for a period of twenty-five
years .
VI.
The affairs of this corporation shall be con
ducted by a Board of Directors consisting of five
(5) stockholders of the company who shall be
elected annually by the stockholders on the
first Saturday of February of each year begin
ning with the yearl91J. Until the first election
and their successors are elected and qualified
the following named stockholders shall com
prise the said Board: E. I. Whitine, E. M.
Whiting, Ernest Whiting, Herbert A. Berry and
F. W Brown, all of St. lohns, Apache Couaty,
Arizona. Any vacancy occuring in said Board
may be filled by appointment by the remaining
members. The officers of the corporation shall
be a president and secretary who shall be mem
bers of and appointed by the Board of Direc
tors, together with such other officers and
agents as the Board of "Directors may deem
necessary.
VII.
The Board of Directors shall have the; power
to make suitabe by-laws and to amend or repeal
the same.
In Witness Whereof wc have hereunto set our
hands this the 28th day of December, A. D. 1912.
E. I. Whiting.
E, JI. Whiting.
Herbert A. Berry,
F. W.Brown,
Earnest Whiting.
STATE OF ARIZONA
County of Apache j "3
Before me Gilbert E. Greer, a Notary Public
in and for the County of Apache, State of Ari
zona, on this day personally appeared before me
E.I. Whiting, E.M. Whiting. Earnest Whiting
Herbert A. Berry and Frank W. Brown to me
personally known to be the persons whose
names are subscribed to the foregoing instru
ment and acknowledged to me that they each
executed the same for the purpose and consid
eration therein,expressed.
In Witness Whereof, I have
f cm . tt hereunto set my hand and Notor
I sJLAJL JialSeal this the Tweiity-eigh day
x---- of December, 1912.
Gilbert E. Greer,
Notary Public
Jly commission expires February, 23th, 1916.
Filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation
Commission this 2nd clay of January A- D. 1913
at ,4;00 p. m., at request of Gilbert E Greer
whose post oflice address is St. Johns, Arizona.
. ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION.
By W. P. GEARY
Chairman.
STATE OF ARIZONA
OFFICE OF THE
ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
STATE OF ARIZONA j ss
The Arizona Corporation Commission does
herebycertify that the annexed is a true and
complete transcript of the
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
OF
THE LITTLE COLORADO LIGHT AND POWER
COMPANY.
which were filed in the office of said Arizona
Corporation Commission on the 2nd day of
January A. D. 1913 at 4:00 o'clock p.m. as pro
vided by la vr.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. The
Arizona Comorution Commi.-sion,
hv its rhiiinnan. ha Hereunto
wet its hand and affixed its Oill-
VSKjAJL M cial Seal. Done at the city vof
S phoenix. the'Capitol.this aid day
of January A. D. J913.
ARIZONA CORrOU.vTlON COMMISSION
-Attest: w. r. ti"ry,
Chas. A. Smith. cunirmiin.
Seereiai'y,
Recorded a; the request of G. E. Greer, .fanu
ary.6th. 1913. at 9:50 o'clock a . m. and duly re
corded at B.)ok No. 1 of Articles of Incorpora
tion Page 101-1. Records of Apache County.
Arizona.
, Henry J. Piatt,
rrmntv Recorder.
SEAI. 1 By Anna G. Jtigis.
Deputy Recorder,
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clearing up ambiguous clauses in
present laws; making the state
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assessment and taxation; assess
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which the owner of the property
would voluntarily sell it for;
making it the. duty of the board
of supervisors, when they fix the
rate of levy in their August meet
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minutes an estimate of the county
expenses, showing: each item of
expenditure proposed for the
year; limiting any increase in the
amount of levy not to exceed 10
per cent over proceeding year's
levy; having; owners of transient
herds make affidavits to the coun
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stock have ranged, arid the treas
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and distribute pro rata the tax;
doing- away with the duplicate
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