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THE ARIZONA. REPUBLICAN, MON DAT MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1905
principal place outside of said territory
is New York City, in the state of New
York, where business may be transacted
and where meetings of stockholders and
directors may be held.
Second: The general nature of the
business proposed to be transacted is:
To make contracts: to purchase, lease,
bond, locate or otherwise acquire, own,
exchange, sell or otherwise dispose of,
pledge, mortgage, hypothecate and deal
in any and all kinds of real and per
sonal property. including bonds and
shares of the capital stock of othercor
porations. mines, mining claims, oil
lands. coal lands. mineral lands,
oil. pas, coal, shale, asphaltum, pe
troleum, asbestos, salt. water anu
water rights and machinery, and
to work, mine, explore, operate and
develop the same; to borrow money and
execute notes, bonds, mortgages, or
deeds of trust to secure tne same, ana
to exercise in respect thereof and of all
Fhares of capital stock ana otner secui
ities and oblications anv and all rights.
iwwers and privileges of individual own
era, including the right to vote any
shares of stock held by It to the same
extent that a natural person might or
could do: and in general to do all things
necessary to the proper conauct ot in
business of this corporation.
Third: The authorized amount of cap
ital stock shall be one million dollars
($1,000,000) divided into one minion snares
-f thp nnr value of one dollar ($1.00)
each. At such time as the board of
directors may by resolution airect, saia
capital stock shall be paid in by the
purchase of nine (9) mining claims in
San Bernardino county, California, and
transfer of the same to this corporation
for its uses and purposes, in payment
for which property the shares of the
capital stock may be issued, and the
stock so issued snan tnereupon aim
thprohv hornrne and be fllllv paid UP and
non-assessable, and the judgment of the
directors as to the value of the prop
erty purchased shall be conclusive.
Fourth: The time of the commence.
merit of this corporation shall be the ISth
dav of September, 1905. and the termina
tion thereof shall be twenty-five years.
Fifth: The affairs of this corporation
shall be conducted bv a board of not
more than nine (9) directors and the
following named shall constitute such
board and the officers of the corporation
until their successors are elected and
qualified: Joseph Hayes, president:
Thomas H. Mitchell, secretary: Thomas
II. Mitchell, treasurer. Thereafter tne
board of directors shall be elected from
among the stockholders on the 2nd Tues
dav of in August of each year.
Sixth: The highest amount of Indebt
edness or liability to which this corpora
tion is at any time subject shall be one
hundred thousand dollars (JlOo.oDO.).
Seventh: The private property of the
stockholders of this corporation shall be
exempt from corporate debts of any Kind
whatsoever.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, We have
hereunto set our hands and sea's this
15th day of August. 1905.
JOSEPH HAYES. (Seal)
JOSEPH E. LALLY. (Seal)
THOMAS . MITCHELL. (Seal)
State of New Y'ork. - -
County of New York, s.
Before me, Mrs. Caroline Apt, a notary
public in and for the state and county
aforesaid, on this day personally ap
peared Joseph Hayes. Joseph E. I.ally
and Thomas H. Mitchell, known to me
to be the persons whose names are sub
scribed to the foregoing Instrument, and
acknowledged to me that they executed
the same for the purpose and consider
ation therein expressed.
Given under mv hand and seal of
oflice, this 15th day of August. T90S.
- MRS. CAROLINE APT.
, (Notarial Seal) Notary Public No. 51,
New York County.
Mv commission expires 30th day of
March. 1S07.
Filed according to law, Spt. 18, 1903.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
Of the Newton Zinc Company.
We, whose hands are hereunto affixed,
hereby associate ourselves together for
the purpose of forming a corporation
under the laws of the territory of Ari
zona: First: The name3 of the corporators
are H. E. Tracy, Chas. D. Pratt and
C. T. Linley, and the name of the cor
poration shall be Newton Zinc Company.
The principal place within the territory
of Arizona in which the business of saia
corporation is to be transacted is Phoe
nix, and the principal place outside of
said territory is Kansas City, in the
state of Missouri, where business may be
transacted and where meetings of stock
holders and directors may be neld.
Second: The general nature of the
business proposed to be transacted Is:
To make contracts: to purchase, lease,
bond, locate or otherwise acquire, own,
exchange. s"ll or otherwise dispose of.
pledge, mortgage, hypothecate and deal
in any and all kinds of real and per
sonal property, including bonds and I
shares of the capital stock or other I
corporations, mines, mining claims, oil
lands, ccal lands, mineral lands, oil, gas,
coal, lead, zinc, shale, asphaltum, petro
leum, asbestos, salt, water and water
rights and machinery, and to work, mine,
explore, operate and develop the same;
to borrow money and execute notes,
bonds, mortgages, or deeds of trust to
secure the same, and to exercise in re
spect thereof and of all shares of capi
tal stock and other securities and obli
gations any and all rights, powers and
privileges of individual owners, including
the right to vote any shares of stock
held by it to the same extent that a
natural person might or could do: and
in general to do all things necessary to
the proper conduct of the business of
this corporation.
Third: The authorized amount or cap
ital stock shail be one hundred thousand
dollars (SIuO.OjO.O") divided into (2.0C0.000)
two million shares of the par vaue of
live cents ($.5-l'0) each. At such time
as the board of directors may by resolu
tion direct,, said capital stock Fhall bo
paid in, cither in cash or by the sale
and transfer of real or personal property
to the said corporation for its uses and
purposes. In payment for which the
shares of the capital stock may be
issued, and the stock so issued shall
thereupon and thereby become and be
fully paid up and non-assessable, and the
Judgment of the directors as to the value
of the property purchased shall be con
clusive. Fourth: The time of the commence
ment of this corporation shall ne the
2nd day of October, 1?05, and the termi
nation thereof shall be twenty-five years
thereafter.
Fifth: The affairs of this corporation
shall be conducted- by a board of not
more than three directors and the fol
lowing named shall constitute such board
and the officers of this corporation until
their successors are elected and quali
fied: H. E. Tracy, president; Chas. D.
Pratt, vice-president; C. T. Linley, sec
retary; C. T. Linley, treasurer. There
after the board of directors shall be
elected from among the stockholders on
the fourth Tuesday in July of each year.
Sixth: The highest amount of indebt
edness or liability to which this corpo
ration is at anv time subject shall be
ten thousand dollars ($10,O0O.Oj).
Seventh: The private property of the
stockholders of this corporation shall be
exempt from corporate debts of any kind
whatsoever.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. We have
hereunto set our hands and seals this
twenty-fifth day of July. 1905.
H. E. TRACY. (Seal)
CHAS. D. PRATT. (Sal)
C. T. LINLEY. (Seal)
State of Missouri.
County of Jackson, ss.
P.'-fore me. Harry W. Durall. a notary
public in and for the state and county
aforesaid, on this day personally ap
peared H. E. Tracy, Chas. D. Pratt and
C. T. Linley, known to me to be the
persons whose names are subscribed to
the foregoing Instrument, and acknowl
edged to me that they exer-uted the same
for the purpose and consideration there
in expressed.
Given under my hand and seal of office,
this 25th day of Julv. 1905.
HARRY W. DURALL,
(Notarial Sal) Notary Public.
My commission expires on the 2Sth day
of October, litiia.
Filed according to law, Oct. 2, 1905.
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ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
Of the Diluvio Do Oro Minlnsr Co.
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRES
ENTS. That we, the undersigned, do
hereby associate ourselves together for
the purpose of forming a corporation
under the laws of the territory of Ari
zona, and to that end make the follow
ing statement:
(1) The names of the incorporators are:
R. D. Yoakum. F. E. Yoakum, and D.
M. McDonald, and the name of the in
corporation shall be Deluvio De Oro Min
ing Co.. and the principal place of busi
ness of the said corporation within the
territory of Arizona, fn which the busi
ness of the said corporation shall be
' transacted Is Phoenix. Marleona. countv.
! Arizona, and the corporation may estab
lish branch offices within or outside of
said territory where the meetings of the
directors and stockholders may be- held
and the ordinary business of tne corpor
ation may be transacted, including the
execution of all deeds, documents and
writings bearing the corporate seal of
the said corporation, and the transferring
1 of shares of this corporation and the 1s-
. suing certincates tnereor.
(2) The general nature of the business
proposed to be transacted and the pur
poses for which this corporation Is form
a. To carry on the business of mining
in Arizona or any state or territory of
the United States of America, or .th,e
L nued states or Mexico,
b. To make "aoti tracts, purchase, lease
bond, locate, devise, or otherwise ac
quire, own, sell, -exchange, or otnerwtse
dispose of, pledge, mortgage, hypothe
cate, and deal in real estate, in either or
both of the said countries, and In all
other kinds of property, mines, mining
claims, oil lands, coal, gas, oil, shale,
asphaltum, petroleum, water and water
rights, and machinery, and to work,
mine, explore, operate and develop same:
c. To erect and maintain in either of
tho said countries all machinery and
plants for the purpose of reducing ores
or tor any otner operations or tms com
pany.
d. To erect and maintain tanks and
store-houses placed for storing petroleum
or other substances, and to carry on the
business of buying and selling goods and
merchandise,
e. To subscribe for and purchase stock
and shares in any other corporation, or
corporate company, and to become a
stock or shareholder in any other cor
poration. f. To build, erect, maintain and oper
ate rail or other roads and tramways
for the carriage of passengers, ores or
freights from any mines or other prop
erty owned by this company, to connect
with any railroad or water way or town,
g. To erect and maintain electric light
and other plants, and to generate and
supply electricity.
h. To erect and maintain telegraph
and telephone lines and to operate the
same.
i. To erect and maintain pipe and oth
er lines for the purpose of conveying
water, oil, petroleum, and other sub
stances.
J. To develop water and supply the
same, for irrigating, domestic, mining
ana otner purposes.
k. To acquire from F. E. Yoakum, one
of the incorporators hereof, all of his
interest in the property known as Dllu
vio de Oro, in Sinaloa
Mexico, and to carry out an agreement
between the incorporators hereof for the
purchase thereof by this company when
incorporated.
(3) The authorized capital of this com
pany shall be five hundred thousand
(iriUt',000) dollars, divided into five thous
and (5,000) shares of the par value of one
hundred ($100.00) dollars each, which may
be paid in at such time and place as the
directors, ror tne time being of this com
pany, by resolution, shall direct, and may
be so paid in either in cash or by the
purchase and transfer to it of shares in
any other corporation or company or for
such considerations as are not inconsis
tent with the laws of Arizona, and as
the board of directors for the time being
shall consider good, and on sucn pay
ment, the capital stock so issued shall
thereby become paid up and non-assessable,
ind the judgment of the directors
as to the value of the said property pur
chased or considerations given for the
saia siock snail De conclusive as against
the said corporation, its officers, direc
tors, or stockholders, and all other per
son or persons.
(4) lhe time of the commencement of
this corporation shall be the date of the
filing of a certified copy of these articles
of incorporation in the office of the coun
ty recorder of Maricopa county, Arizona,
and the termination thereof shall be 25
years tnereatter.
(5) The affairs of this rnrnoratlnn Khali
be conducted by a board of three direc
tors, with power at anv time, bv unani
mous resolution of the said board to till
vacancies in the board, or to increase the
numDer or directors to nine. The rollow
ing named shall constitute the board of
directors until their successors are elect
ed or appointed: R. D. Yoakum, F. E.
Yoakum and D. M. McDonald. There
after the board of directors shall h
elected from among the stockholders on
the second Tuesday of January in each
year, or so soon thereafter as the meet
ing tnereor snail be held.
6) The officers of the said eorooratlnn
until their successors are elected shall
be: R. D. Yoakum, president and gen
eral manaeer: F. K. Yoakum vir-e-nroci.
dent, secretary and treasurer, with power
in case of the death or resignation of anv
one or more of such officers, to appoint
Dumr oiner person or persons to act in
the place of the one or more so dying
or resigning. -
(7) The highest amount of Indebted
ness or liability direct or contingent to
which this corporation Is at any time to
be subject shall be $150,0ii0, which amount
does not exceed two-thirds of the said
capital stock.
( The private property of the stock
holders of this corporation shall- be ex
empt from any liabilities of anv kind
whatsoever for corporate debts or other
liabilities of this corporation.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. We have
hereunto set our hands and seal3 thN
16th day ofAugu st. 19)5.
F. E. YOAKUM. (Seal)
D. M. M'DONALD. (Seal)
State of California.
County of Los Angeles, ss.
On this ISth day of August, in the year
of our Lord one thousand nine hundred
and five, before me. Maude Cooier, a
notary public in and for the county of
Los Angeles, state of California, duly
commissioned and sworn, and residing
therein, personally appeared F. E. Y'oa
kum, and D. M. McDonald, known to
me to be the persons whose names are
subscribed to the within instrument, and
acknowledged to me that they executed
the same for the intents and purposes
therein mentioned. .
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
hereunto set my hand, and affixed my
official seal the day and year in this cer
tificate first above written.
(Seal) MAUDE COOPER.
Notary Public In and for the said county
of Los Angeles, California,
State of Missouri,
City of St. Louis, ss.
On this 30th day of August, in the year
of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred
and five, before me, a notary public in
and for the county of St. Louis, state of
Missouri, duly commissioned and sworn,
and residing therein, personally appeared
R. D. Yoakum, known to me to be the
person whose name is subscribed to the
within instrument, and acknowledged to
me that he executed the same for the
intents and purposes therein mentioned
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set mv hand, and affixed my
official seal the day and vear in this
certificate first pbove written
(Seal) FRANCES A. HOOVER,
Notary Public in and for city of St
Louis. Missouri.
My commission expires March Gth, 1D0S.
tiled according to law. Sept. 7, 1905.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
Of the General Miles Mining Company.
We. whose hands are hereunto affixed,
hereby associate ourselves together for
the purpose of forming a corporation
under the laws of the territory of
Arizona:
First: The names of the corporators
are James W. Van Osten, James A.
Sharp and Charles C. Philips, and the
name of the corporation shall be General
Miles Mining Company. The principal
place within the territorv of Arizona In
which the, business of said corporation
is to be transacted Is Phoenix, and the
principal place outside of said territory
is Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsvl
vania, where business may be transacted
and where meetings of stockholders and
directors may be held.
Second: The general nature of the bus
iness proposed to be transacted is: To
make contracts: to purchase, lease, bond,
locate or otherwise acquire, own, ex
change, sell or otherwise dispose of.
pledge, mortgage, hypothecate and deal
In any and all kinds of real and personal
property, including bonds and shares of
the capital stock of other corporations,
mines, mining claims, oil lands,,- coal
lands, mineral lands, oil, gas, coal, shale,
asphaltum, petroleum, asbestos. ' salt,
water and water rights and machinery,
and to work, mine, explore, operate and
develop the same: to lorrow monev and
execute notes, bonds, mortgages, ' or
deeds of trust to secure the same, and to
exercise in respect thereof and of all
shares of capital stock and other secur
ities and obligations anv and all rights,
powers and privileges of individual own
ers, including the right to vote any
shares of stock held by it to the same
extent that a natural person might or
could do; and in general to do all things
necessary to the proper conduct of the
business of this corporation.
Third: The authorized amount of cap
ital stock shall be one million dollars
($1,000,000) divided into one million shares
of the par value of one dollar ($1.00) each.
At such time as the board of directors
may by resolution direct, said capital
stock shall be paid In, either in cash or
by the sale and transfer of real or per
sonal proiMTty to the said corporation for
its uses and purposes, In payment for
which the shares of the capital stook
may be issued, and the s:ock bo Issued
shall thereupon and thereby become and
be fully paid up and non-assessable, and
tne judgment or the directors as to the
value of the property purchased shall te
conclusive.
Fourth: The time of the commence
ment of this corporation shall be the 3d
day of October, 1105. and the termination
thereof shall be twenty-live years there
after. Fifth: The affairs of this corporation
shall be conducted by a board of not
more than seven directors and the fol
lowing named shall constitute such board
and the officers of the corporation until
their successors are elected and quali
fied: James W. Van Osten. president;
James A. Sharp, vice-president; F. L.
Baker, secretary; Charle3 C. Philips,
treasurer; W. A. MacCalla. L. Staurrer
Oliver and E. K. Stone. Thereafter the
board of directors shall be elected from
among the stockholders on the 1st Wed
nesday in November of each y-ar.
Sixth: The highest amount of indebt
edness or liability to which this corpor
ation is at any time subject shall be six
hundred thousand dollars ($63j.-j)).
Seventh: The private property of the
stockholders of this corporation shall be
exempt from corporate debts of any kind
whatsoever.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. We have
hereunto set our hands and seals this
28th day of September. 1905.
J. W. VAN OSTEN. (Seal)
JAS. A. SHARP. (Seal)
CHAS. C. PHILIPS. (Seal)
State of Pennsylvania.
County of Chester, ss.
Before me, Lloyd R. Lewis, a notary
public m and for the state and countv
aforesaid, on this day personally ap-
eared James vv. van Osten, James A.
harp and Charles C. Philips, known to
me to be the persons whose names are
subscribed to th- foregoing instrument,
and acknowledged to me that they exe
cuted the same for the purpose and con
sideration therein expressed.
Given under mv hand and seal of office.
this twenty-eighth dav of September,
1905. LLOYD R. LEWIS.
(Notarial Seal) Notarv Public.
Commission expires Janfi 1;, 1909.
Filed according to law, Oct. 3, 1905.
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ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
Of the Southwestern Smeiter Co.
-, jn lAirot? nanus ai r iici ruiitu aiiiA( u,
hereby associate ourselves together for
ixr .v,nnn v. i . i
under the laws of the territory of
Arizona:
are Samuel L. Bean, Charles F. Preston
and Randolph R. Beam, and the name
of the corporation shall be the South
western Smelter Co.
ine principal place within the terrl-
v j v& All niu,u 1 1 iv Ull.THH
mo om-i tvi ailUll to iu Ift: I 1 a I lO"
acted is Phoenix, and the principal place
uuisiue oi Arizona, is in tne citv or
New York, state of New York. w:here
meetings of stockholders and directors
111 d J. L7 111 1U.
Second: The general nature of the
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make contracts, purchase, lease, bond or
otherwise acquire, own, exchange, sell or
otherwise dispose of. pledge, mortgage,
hypothecate and deal in any and all
kinds of real and personal property. In
cluding bonds and shares of capital stock
of other corporations, mines, mining
claims, oil lands, coal lands, mineral
lands, oil, gas, coal, shale, petroleum, as-
wuoi..io, LiL, wetter, water ngnts ana
' - - - " - hiiu vsisvia.c; ciuciltia
Ann trk ivnrlr minA .v r.l. A i
develop the same; to borrow money, exe-
. i . nii-ii LdiM or ueeus oi
trust to secure the same, and to exercise
in respect thereof and of all shares of
obligations any and all rights, powers
j s uiuivmuBi owners, ln-
i " - 'h'ii kj uic any KlimfS OI
stock held by it to the same extent that
a natural person might or could do: and
in general to do all things necessary to
fiui'd iuiiuuui oi wie Dusiness or
this corporation.
Thlril- Tho mithnri. n m
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ital stock shall be three million ($3.o;0,0ju)
dollars, divided Into 3).0X shares of the
nar vnlu . nf Ann V. t i n , i .-iwl nvi ,i 1 1
each. At such time as the board of
uir-iors may Dy resolution direct, sa'd
capital stock shall be paid in. either in
Cash or bv thp naif n n 1 trni- tVn- i
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or personal property to the said corpora-
" ' ua u.ic tLuu purposes, in pay
ment for which the shares of the capi
tal Stork mair 1 in Icmunl .1 . i. - . ' i
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so Issued shall thereupon and thereby
become and be fully paid and non-assessable,
and the judgment of the dirertors
as to the value of the property purchased
shall be conclusive.
Fourth: The time of the coramenc
mnt of this corporation shall be the 3d
dav of Oclnhor TVIS onH th n.i.i
thrreof Ehall be twenty-five years there-
ti iii i .
Fifth! Thp afTalro r.t v,a - i
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shall be conducted bv a board of not
more than three directors, for the pres
ent, with the right to increase the num
ber at any time to five, and the follow
lncr namrei chall i-.!-.nt..(.... v .
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and the officers of the conoratlort unt'l
their successors are elected and quali
fied: S. L. Hean. president; Randolph R
Ueam. vice-president; Charles F. Preston
Bt-rrptarv- Phprloii XT' r.r, . '
... . - ... i - a ii .-.iijii, uraaurer.
Thereafter the board of directors shall
be elected from among the stockholders
on the 4th day of January in each year.
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edness or liability to which this corpora-
ai'tnv l"me sunject snail be two
million ($2,000,090.) dollars.
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stockholders of this corporation shall be
exempt from corporate debts of any kind
IN WITNESS WUVRrnr tx- i
hereunto set our hands and seals on this
21st day of Sept., Ij5.
BAillitL Li. UKAN. (Seal)
CHARLES F. PRESTON. (Seal)
RANDOLPH T RPAM ai
State Of New Ynrlr V
County of New York, ss.
Before me, Cecilia Berstein, a notary
public in and for the state and county
aforesaid, on this day personally appear
ed Samuel L. Bean. Charles F. Preston,
Randolnh R. Tttoam Irnnwn in n.A n
be the persons whose names are sub-
r, t I , .1 1 1 1 r . .
duuucu iu me iuregomg instrument, and
acknowledged to me that they executed
the same for this purpose and consider
ation therein exoressed.
Given under my hand and seal of office,
this 21st dav of Spnf 19o5
(Seal) CECILIA BERNSTEIN.
Notary Public.
County of New York.
Mv Commission exnircs anth rlav nf
March, 1907.
Filed according to law, Oct. 3, 1905.
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arttct.es of ivrnp pop attav
Of Rogers Therapeutic Lamp Company.
We. whose hands are hereunto affixed
hereby associate ourselves together for
the purpose of forming a corporation un
der the laws of the territory of Arizona:
rirst: une names of the corporators
are Harry G. Adams, F. C. Rutan and
H. L. Hollister. and the name of the
corporation shall be Rogers Therapeutic
Lamp Company. The principal place
within the territory of Arizona in which
the business of said corporation Is to be
transacted is Phoenix, and the principal
place outside of said territory is Chicago,
In the state of Illinois, where meetings
of stockholders and directors may be
held.
Second: The object of the comnanv is
to -own and control the Inventlnna nf
Corydon E. Rogers for the manuiacture
and sale of his thcraneutic lamp !n the
T - : . a ii. . l . . .
i mien Diaits ana European countries,
and for the purchase and sale of anv
other Invention pertaining to the same:
ani to do all things necessary m and
about the manufacture end sale of said
patented lamp; and also to purchase and
sell patents, and grant licenses under
said patents for the manufacture and
sale of the said therapeutic lamp, and
to grant licenses for the use of said
lamp to any person, persons or corpora
tion for the manufacture and sale of the
said therapeutic lamp, or anv other pat
ents so owned and controlled by the said
company; and to establish and own san
itariums for the treatment of patients by
the said therapeutic lamp, or anv other
lamp so owned and controlled by said
company: and to license any person, per
sons or corporation to establish sanita
riums for the purpose of treating pa
tients with said therapeutic lamp or any
other lamps bo owned and controlled by
the said company; and to establish a
clinic or clinics ror tne treatmtnt or pa
tients by said therapeutic lamp, or any
other lamp so owned and controlled by
said company; and to license any person,
persons or corporation to establish a
clinic or clinics for . the treatment of
patients by said therapeutic lamp, and to
borrow money for the carrying on of the
business of said company, and to do all
things necessary in the-furtherance of
said business.
Third: The corporation reserves the
right by the unanimous vote of the board
of directors to issue from its total capi
tal stock the maximum number of two
thousand live hundred (2.500) shares, or
in less number, and to designate the
same as preferred shares, which shares
shall receive a preference dividend equal
to seven (7) per cent on the par value
of the same from any net earnings be
fore the balance of said shares shall par
ticipate in any dividends or net earnings
so derived from the conduct of said bus
iness. The said preferred shares shall
be sold at such price as shall be deemed
advisable and expedient by the said board
of directors, and the money so derived
from the sale of said shares shall be
placed in the treasury for treasury pur
poses. Fourth: The authorized amount of
capital stock shall be five hundred thous
and dollars ($500,00u), divided into fifty
thousand (50.000) shares of the par value
of ten dollars ($10.00) each. At such
time as the board of directors may be
resolution direct, said capital stock shall
be paid in, either in cash or by the sale
and transfer of real or personal property
to said corporation for its uses and pur
poses, in payment for which, capital
stock may be issued and the stock so
Issued shall thereupon and thereby be
come and be fully paid up and non
assessable, and the judgment of the di
rectors as to the value of the property
purchased shall be conclusive.
Fifth: The time of the commencement
of this corporati6n shall be the 23d day
of September, 1905, and the termination
thereof shall be twenty-five years there
after. Sixth: The affairs of this corporation
shall be conducted by a board of not
more than live (5) directors and the fol
lowing named persons shall constitute
such board and the officers of the cor
poration until their successors are elected
and qualifitd: F. C. Rutan, president;
H. L. Hollister, vice-president; C. T.
Rogers, secretary; Harry G. Adams,
treasurer: George P. Swift, director.
Thereafter the board of directors shall
be elected from among the stockholders
on the first Monday in September of each
year, commencing in 1906.
Seventh: The highest amount of In
debtedness or liability to which this cor
poration Is at any time subject shall be
twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000.00).
Eighth: The private property of the
stockholders of this corporation shall be
exempt from corporate debts of any kind
whatsoever.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, We have
hereunto pet our hands and seals this
19th day of September, A. D. 19(5.
HARRY G. ADAMS. (Seal)
H. 1.. HOLLISTER. (Seal)
F. C. RUTAN. . (Seal)
State of Illinois,
County of Cook. ss.
Before me, Annabel T. Farmer, a not
ary public in and for the state and
county aforesaid, on this day personally
appeared Harry G. Adams. F. C. Rutan,
and H. L. Hollister, known to me to be
the persons whose names are Bubsrribei
to the foregoing Instrument, and ac
knowledged to me that they executed the
same for the purpose and consideration
tnerein expressed.
Given under my hand and seal of office
this 19th dav of September. 190S.
(Seal) ANNABEL T. FATtMER.
Notary Public.
My commission expirer 28th day of
Filed according to law, Sept. 23, 1905.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
Of the Mohave County Consolidated
Mines and Development Co.
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRES
ENTS: That we, the undersigned, do
hereby associate ourselves togtther for
the purpose of forming a corjoration un
der tho laws of the territory of Arizona,
and to that end make the following
statement:
(1) The names of the incorporators are
Edwin M. Carson, Walter de Varila. Ar
thur Gleason. and D. M. McDonald, and
the name of the Incorporation shall be
Mohave County Consolidated Mines and
Development Co.. and the principa: place
of business of the said corporation with
in the territory of Arizona, in which the
business of the said corporation shall be
transacted, is Phoenix, Arizona, with of
fices in Los Angeles city and county,
California, and Kingman. Arizona, where
the meetings of the directors and stock
holders may be held, and the ordinary
business of the corporation may be
transacted, including the execution of all
deeds, documents and writings bearing
the corporate seal of the said corpora
tion, and the transferring of shares of
this corporation and the issuing certifi
cates thereof, with power to the direc
tors from time to time to estnblish
ibranch offices within or without said ter
ritory', where the meetings of the direc
tors and stockholders- may also be held,
and the ordinary business of the corpo
ration may also be transacted. Including
the execution of all deeds, documents,
and writings bearing the corporate real
of the said corporation, and the trans
ferring of shares of this corporation and
the issuing certificates thereof.
(2) . The general nature of the business
proposed to be transacted and the pur
pose for which this corporation Is formed
are as follows:
a. To carry on the business of mining
in Arizona, or any state or territory of
the United States of America, or the
United States of Mexico.
b. To make contracts, purchase, lease,
bond, locate, or otherwise acquire, own,
sell, exchange, or otherwise dispose of,
pledge, mortgage, hypothecate, and deal
in real estate. In either or both of the
said countries, and in all other kinds of
property, mines, mining claims, oil lands,
coal, gas. oil, shale, asphaltum, petro
leum, water and water rights, and ma
chinery, and to work, mine, explore, op
erate and develop the same;
c. To construct and own tunnels, and
to carry on the ordinary business of a
tunnel company with all powers neces
sary to that end.
o. To erect and maintain fn either of
the said countries all machinery and
plants for the purpose of reducing ores
or for any other operations of this corn
pan;'. e. To erect and maintain tanks and
store-houses placed for storing petro
leum or other substances, and to carry
on the business of buying and selling
goods and merchandise.
f. To subscribe for and purchase stock
and shares in any other corporation, or
corporate company, and to become a
stock or shareholder in any other cor
poration.
g. To build, erect, maintain, and oper
ate rail or other roads and tramways, for
the carriage of passengers, ores or
freight, from any mines or other prop
erty owned by this company, to connect
with any railroad or water way or town.
h. To erect and maintain electric light
and other plants, and to generate and
supply electricity.
i. To erect and maintain telegraph and
telephone lines and to operate the same.
J. To erect and maintain pipe and oth
er lines for the purpose of conveying
water, oil, petroleum, and other sub
stances. k. To develop water and supply the
same for Irrigating, domestic, mining
and other purposes.
1. To acquire from Edwin M. Carson,
one of the directors of this incorporation,
or Carson and Rogers, all their interest
in certain properties in the territory of
Arizona, United States or America, and
to carry out an agreement between
the incorporators hereof for the purchase
thereof by this company when Incorpo
rated. (3) The authorized capital of this com
pany shall be five million ($5,000,000.00)
dollars, divided into five million (5,000 OK))
shares of the par value of one ($1.00)
each, which may be paid in at such time
and place as the directors, for the time
being, of this company, bv resolution,
shall direct, and may be so paid in either
in cash or by the purchase and trans
fer of real and other property to said
corporation, or the purchase and trans
fer to it of shares in any other corpora
tion or company or for such considera
tions as are not inconsistent with the
laws of Arizona, and as the board of
directors for the time being shall con
sider good, and on such payment, the
capital stock so issued shall thereby be
come paid up and non-assessalne, and
the judgment of the directors as to the
value of the said property purchased or
considerations given for the said stock
shall be conclusive as against the said
corporation, its officers, directors or
stockholders, . and all other person or
persons.
(4) The time of the commencement of
this corporation snail be tne date or tne
filing of a certified copy of these articles
o( incorporation in the office of the coun
ty recorder of Maricopa county, Arizona,
and the termination thereof shall be 25
years thereafter.
(5) The affairs of this corporation shall
be conducted by a board of four direc
tors, with power at any time, by unani
mous resolution of the said board to fill
vacancies in the toard, or to increase the
number of directors to nine. The follow
ing named shall constitute the board of
directors until their successors are elect
ed or appointed: Edwin M. Carson,
Walter de Varila, Arthur Gleason. and
D. M. McDonald. Thereafter the board
of directors shall be elected from among
the stockholders on the first Thursday
after the first Monday in October or so
soon thereafter as the meeting thereof
shall be held.
(6) The officers of the said corporation,
until their successors are elected shall
be: Edwin M. Carson, vice-president;
Walter de Varila, managing engineer;
Arthur Gleason, secretary; D. M. Mc
Donald, president, with power in case of
the death or resignation of any one of
more of such officers., to appoint some
other person or persons to act in the
place of the one or more bo dying or
resigning-. ,
(7) The highest amount of Indebted
ness or liability direct or contingent to
which this corporation is -at any time
to be subject shall be $500,000.00, which
amount does not exceed two-thirds of the
said capital stock.
(8) The private property of the stock
holders of this corporation shall be ex
empt from any liabilities of any kind
whatsoever for corporate debts or other
liabilities of this corporation.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, We have
hereunto set our hands and seals this
5th day of October. 195.
EDWIN M. CARSON. Seal)
WALTER DE VARILA. (Seal)
i ARTHUR GLEASON. (Seal)
D. M. M'DONALD. (Seal)
State of California,
County of Los Angeles, ss.
On this 5th day of October, In the
year of our Lord one thousand nine hun
dred and five, before me, H. C. Millsap,
a notary public in and for the county
of Los Angeles, state of California, duly
commissioned and sworn, and residing
therein, personally appeared Edwin M.
Carson, Walter de Varila, Arthur Glea
son, and D. M. McDonald, known to me
to be the persons whose names are sub
scribed to the within instrument, and ac
knowledged to me that they executed the
same for the intents and purposes there
in mentioned.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and affixed my
official seal the day and year In this cer
tificate first above written.
(Notarial Seal) H. C. MILLSAP.
Notary Public In and for the said county
of Los Angeles, California.
Filed according to law, Oct. 9, 1905.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
Of the Llda Porto Rico Mining Company.
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRES
ENTS: That we, the undersigned, havo
associated and do hereby associate our
selves together for the purpose of form
ing and do hereby form a corporation
under the laws of Arizona, and for that
purpose do hereby adopt the following
articles and charter:
First: - The name of this corporation is
and shall be Lida Porto Rico Mining
Company.
Second: The principal place of busi
ness of this corporation in Arizona shall
be at Phoenix, Maricopa county, and its
other principal places of business shall be
at Llda and Goldfield, Esmeralda county,
state of Nevada, and In such other places
in other states and territories of the
United States as may, from time to time,
be named, appointed or designated in or
by the by-laws or by the board of direc
tors or by the Incorporators or stock
holders thereof; and all incorporators',
stockholders' and directors' meetings
may be held and all corporate business
may be transacted at any one or more
of said places or at any other place so
named, appointed or designated as afore
said, or at any meeting in any place at
which all the incorporators or all of the
stockholders or all of the directors are
present or represented.
Third: The general nature of the bus
iness proposed to be transacted Is: To
make contracts; to purchase, lease, bond,
locate or otherwise axquire, own, ex
change, sell or otherwise dispose of,
pledge, mortgage, hypothecate and deal
in any and all kinds of real and personal
property. Including bonds and shares of
the capital stock of other corporation,
mines, mining claims, oil lands, coal
lands, mineral lands, oil, gas, coal, shale,
asphaltum, petroleum, asbestos, watvr
and water rights and machinery, and to
work, mine, explore, operate and develop
the same; to borrow money and i-xecute
notes, bonds, mortgages, or deeds of
trust to secure the same, and to exercise
in respect thereof and of all shares of
capital stock and other securities and ob
ligations any and all rights, powers and
privileges of Individual owners, including
the right to vote any shares of 6tock
held by It to the extent th?.t a natural
person might or could do; and In gen
eral to do all things necessary to the
proper conduct of the business of this
corporation.
Fourth: The authorized amount of the
capital stock shall be one million dollars
divided into one million shares of the par
value of one dollar ($1.00) each, oi which
two hundred thousand (200.0)0) shar.s
shall be first preferred stock and eight
hundred thousand (MiO.OOO) shares shall be
common stock; that the first preferred
stock sh?U be entitled to receive, and
shall receive and be paid, eight (S) per
cent per annum on the par value there
of out of the net earnings or profits of
the business of the corporation before
any dividend Is paid upon the common
stock, and no dividend shall be paid upon
any of the common stock until eight (8)
per cent dividends shall have been paid
upon the first preferred stock in full for
every prior year, and the rights and
powers of the owners of the first pre
ferred stock, IncluJing the right to vote,
shall be the same as those of the own
ers of common stock, and the owners of
first preferred stock shall, after the pay
ment In full of all dividends due there
on and of eight (8 per cent, on the
subscribed or issued common stock, be
entitled to receive their proportion of any
dividend in excess of eight per cent per
annum declared imon the subscribed or
issued capital stock, it being the Inten
tion of the incorporators to give a pref
erence to the first preferred stock to
the extent of eight (8) per cent, per an
num as to dividends, and to make the
same cumulative if not paid, and to give
to the owners of first preferred stock the
right to share in anv dividends after
eight (8) per cent has been paid on the
subscribed or issued common stok
Fifth: The affairs of this corporation
shall be conducted by a board of not
less than three nor more than nine direc
tors who shall be elected on the second
Monday in September of each vear or at
such time as the by-laws may" provide.
Sixth: The highest amount of indebt
edness or liability that this corporation
shall subject itself to at any time shall
not exceed three hundred thousand dol
lars. Seventh: This corporation is formed
to endure for twenty-five year3 from and
after its articles of incorporation have
been filed in the offlc; of the territorial
auditor of Arizona and Its existence shall
commence upon such filing and shall ter
minate twenty-five years thereafter, un
less renewed under and in accordance
with the laws of said territory of Arizona-Eighth:
The private property of nil
stockholders of this cornoratlon shall be
and is hereby made and declared to be
and shall forever remain exemnt from
all liability for any and all of the debts
and obligations of this corporation, and
no stockholder or owner of stock shall
ever by reason of his being or becoming
an owner or holder of any shares or
shares of the stock of this corporation
be or become personally liable for or
on any debt, obligation or contract of
this corporation.
Ninth: Said capital stock mav be sold
or issued by the board of directors at
such times and on such terms as the
board may deem proper either for monev
paid or for real or personal property sold
and transferred to the corporation, and
any and all shares of stock so sold or
issued shall thereupon and thereby be
come and be fully paid up "and non-assessable,
and the Judgment of the direc
tors and the decision of the board as
to the value of any property so sold
and transferred lt payment for stock
shall be and remain fina.1 and conclusive.
All shares and capital stock of this cor
poration are hereby made and declared
to be and shall be and forever remain
non-assessable for any purpose, and shall
never be assessed In any way, manner or
form whatsoever.
Tenth: The business and affairs of this
corporation shall be managed and con
ducted by the undersigned as directors
until their successors are elected.
TXT WlTNl'OIS WlIPPK-ni? Wo. Vi n iia
, , , A kJ J . T -1 11 A kUV. , , U III..V
hereunto set' our hands and seals this
eighth day of September, A. D. 1905.
. FRED WALLER LOW. (Seal)
' ALFRED D. CRITTENDEN. (Seal)
signed and sealed in the presence of
JAMES MASON.
State of ; California, -City
and County of San Francisco. s.
On this eighth dav of September, in
the year one thousand nine hundred and
nve, oerore me. James Mason, a notary
public in and for said city and county,
residing therein, dulv commissioned ana
sworn, personally appeared Fred Waller
lxiw and Alfred D. Crittenden, known to
me to be the persons described in. whose
names are subscribed to, and who exe
cuted . the within and annexed instru
ment, and they severally acknowledged
to me that they executed the same freely
and voluntarily for the uses and pur
poses therein mentioned.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and affixed my
otneial seal, at my office, in the said city
and county of San Francisco, the day
and year last above written.
(Notarial Seal) JAMES MASON.
Notary Public In and-for the city and
county of San Francisco, state of Cal
ifornia.
My commission will expire December
4th. 1907.
Filed according to law, Sept. 11, 19C5.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
Of the Donofrlo Crystalized Cactus Can
dy Company.
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRES
ENTS: That we, whose names are here
unto affixed, hereby associate ourselves
together for the purpose of forming a
corporation under the laws of the terri
tory of Arizona and adopt the following
as articles of incorporation of such cor
poration: ARTICLE 1.
The names of the Incorporators are D.
A. Donofrlo and II. L. Burrier, and the
name of the corporation shall be "Dono
frlo Crystalized Cactus Candy Compa
ny." The principal place for the trans
action of business shall be Phoenix,
Maricopa, county, Arizona, but the cor
poration may have such branch offices,
either within or outside of Arizona, as
the business of the company may de
mand and aa may be establisned by the
board of directors.
ARTICLE II.
The objects and purposes for which the
said corporation is formed are for the
manufacture and sale of Donofrlo's Crys
talized Cactus Candy, the construction
and operation of factories, warehouses.
and all the machinery and appliances
incidental and appurtenant thereto, but
the said corporation ehall have the right
to enter Into, make and carry out con
tracts of every description; to purchase
or otherwise acquire and to own, hold,
sell or otherwise dispose of any and all
kinds of real and personal property; to
manufacture and sell any and all kinds
of candies and confectioneries; to borrow
money and execute notes, bonds, mort
gages or deeds of trust to secure the
same; to own ehares of the capital stock
of other corporations and while the hold
er thereof to exercise all the privileges
in respect thereto as private individuals
may enjoy, including the right to vote
the said stock; and in furtherance and
not In limitation of any of the above
enumerated powers, the said corporation
shall have tne right to do any and all
things necessary, incidental, appurtenant
or advantageous to the manufacture and
sale of any and all classes of candy and
confect'.onerie?.
' ARTICLE III.
The authorized amount of capital stock
shall be fifty thousand dollars ($50,0(0.00),
divided Into five thousand (5,000) shares
of the par value of ten dollars ($10.00)
each. The said capital stock shall be
paid in as soon as may be after-the in
corporation of this company in cash, ser
vices, real or personal property, patent
rights, secret formulas or otherwise, as
may be deemed most advantageous by
the board of directors, and any stock
issued by direction of the board of direc
tors in exchange for cash, services, prop
erty or otherwise shall be and become
full-paid and non-assessable, and the
judgment of the directors in. all such
cases shall be final and conclusive; pro
vided, however, that the capital stock
of this corporation shall not be increased
at any time except by the affirmative
vote of at least four-fifths of tne cap
ital stock of the company at that time
issued and outstanding.
ARTICLE IV.
The time of the commencement of this
corporation shall be the 5th day of Oc
tober. A. D. 1905, and the termination
thereof shall be the 4th day of October.
A. D. 1930.
ARTICLE V.
The affairs of this corporation shall be
conducted by a board of directors con
sisting of at least three stockholders but
not more than seven, the number to be
specified by the by-laws of the compa
ny. The following named persons shall
perve as the board of directors until the
first annual meeting of the stockholders,
which shall be held on the first Tuesday
after the first Monday in March, com
mencing with the year 1905; provided,
however, that the said board may in
crease their number to not exceeding five
at any time prior to the time of the said
annual stockholders meeting by the se
lection of two other stockholders, viz:
D. A. Donofrio (president and treasurer).
W. H. Teasley (vice-president), and H.
L. Burrier (secretary).
And the board of directors shall have
the right to adopt by-laws for the gov
ernment of the company, its officers, di
rectors and affairs; to fill vacancies oc
curring in the board by death, resigna
tion or otherwise, and to appoint an ex
ecutive committee with such powers as
they may confer.
ARTICLE VI.
Th highest amount of Indebtedness or
liability to which this corporation may at
any time subject itself shall not exceed
ten thousand dollars ($10,000.09), except
by the affirmative vote in regular or spe
cial meeting of at least two-thirds of the
outstanding capital stock of the compa
ny, and In no event shall the indebt
edness exceed thirty thousand ($30,000.00)
dollars.
ARTICLE VII.
The private property of the stockhold
ers of this corporation shall be and here
by is made forever exempt from corpor
ate debts of any kind whatsoever.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. We have
hereunto affixed our signatures and seals,
this 5th day of October. A. D. 1905.
D. A. DONOFRIO. (Seal)
H. L. BURRIER. (Seal)
Territory of Arizona,
County of Maricopa, ss.
Before me. William H. Teaslev, a not
ary public in and for the territory and
county aforesaid, on this day personally
appeared D. A. Donofrio and H. L. Bur
rier. personally known to me to be the
same persons whose names are sub
scribed to the foregoing instrument, and
they acknowledged to me that they exe
cuted the same for the purpose and con
sideration therein expressed.
Given under my hand and seal of office,
this 5th day of October, A. D. 1905.
WILLIAM H. TEASLEY.
(Seal) Notarv Public.
j3My commission expires December 16,
Filed according to law, Oct. 5, 1905.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
Of the Manhattan California Mining
Company, of Manhattan, Nev.
. KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRES
ENTS: That we, the undersigned, have
this day associated ourselves together for
the purpose of forming a corporation
under the laws of Arizona, and for that
purpose do adopt the following charter:
ARTICLE I.
The name of the company shall be the
"Manhattan California Mining Company,
of Manhattan. Nevada."
ARTICLE II. ,
This company shall keep a local office
at Phoenix. Arizona, and may keep other
principal offices and places of business
at Tonopah. Nevada, and at such other
places as the board of directors mav es
tablish, at which place or places all in
corporators', stockholders' and directors'
meetings may be held, and all corporate
business may be transacted.
ARTICLE III.
The amount of the capital stock of this
company shall be one million dollars, di
vided into one million shares of the par
value of one dollar each, and the said
capital stock shall be paid up at the
time of its issuance, or at such times as
the board of directors may designate. In
money, property, labor, or any other val
uable right or thing, and the judgment
of the board of directors, or managing
officers as to the value thereof shall be
conclusive.
ARTICLE IV.
The general nature of the business In
which this corporation shall engage is
as follows, to-wit: To make contracts,
purchase, lease, bond, locate or other
wise acquire, own, exchange, sell or oth
erwise dispose of, pledge, mortgage, hy
pothecate, and deal in- real estate, and
I any and all kinds of personal property.
mines, mining claims, mineral J an as.
water, water rights and machinery, and
to work, mine, explore, operate and de
velop the same; and in general to do all
things necessary to the - proper conduct
of the business of this, corporation in
the territory of Arizona and elsewhere,
not inconsistent with the laws of the
United States,, and, the territory of Ari
zona. ARTICLE V.
The affairs of this corporation shall be
conducted by a board of five directors,
who shall be elected annually, as the by
laws shall provide.
ARTICLE VI.
The highest amount of liability that
this corporation ehall subject itself to at
any one time, shall not exceed five thous
and dollars.
ARTICLE VII.
This corporation Is formed to endure
twenty-five years after the date of filing
a certified copy of these articles of In- ;
corporation in the office of the auditor of
Arizona.
ARTICLE VIII.
The private property of the stockhold
ers of this corporation shall be and Is -hereby
made forever exempt from all
liabilities for Its debts and obligations.
ARTICLE IX.
The capital stock of this corporation
shall be and is made forever non-assessable
by this corporation for any purpose. '
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, We have
hereunto set our hands and seals this
ICth day of September, A. D. lt5.
D. W. BISBEE. (Seal)
W. J. B. LEE. (Seal)
State of Nevada,
County of Nye, ss.
Before me, H. W. Scheld, a notary
public In and for the state of Nevada
and the county of Esmeralda, on this
day personally appeared D. W. BIsbee
and W. J. B. Lee, known to me to btt
the persons whose names are subscribed
to the foregoing instrument, and ac
knowledged to me that they executM th
same for the purpose and consideration
therein expressed.
Given under my hand and seal of oT.ce,
this 16th day of September, A. D. 19i5. .
(Notarial Seal) H. W. SCHELD.
Notary Pabilc.
My commission expires February 2nh.
1908.
Filed according to law, Oct. 4, ir-05. .
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
Of the Manhattan-Nevada Mines Syn
dicate. ,
We. the undersigned, hereby associate
omselves' together for the purpose of
forming a corporation under the ;aws of
the territory of Arizona, aiid we hereby
certify:
First: That the names of the incorpo
rators are M. Bernard, E. T. Zouk,
Claude B. Gillespie, Heppner Biackman.
and George E. Weaver, and the iiame of
the corporation shall be ManaaUan
Nevada Mines Syndicate.
Second: The principal place within the
territory of Arizona in which the busi
ness of this corporation shail le- trans
acted is Phoenix, and the principal, place
of business outside of said territory of
Arizona is the city and county of San
Francisco in the state of Californ a, at
which places of business ail incorpora
tors', stockholders' and directors meet
ings may be hId, and all corporate to.
iness may be transacted, and at such
stockholders' meetings all stockholders
may be represented by proxy or proxies.
The name of the agent in charge thereof,
and upon whom process may be served
in any action, suit or proceeding that
may be had or brought against this cor
poration in any of the courts of Arizona,
is I. T. Stoddard of the city of Phoenix,
territory of Arizona.
Third: The amount of the capital
stock of this corporation shall be one
million dollars, divided into one million
shares of the par value of one dollar
each, and said capital stock shall be paid
up at the date of issuance, or at such
time as the board of directors mav des
ignate, in money, property, real or per
sonal, or in any other valuabV r.ght cr
thing, and the judgment of t..e board of
directors or managing officers or exe u
tlve committee as to the valua thereof
shall be conclusive.
Fourth: The general nature of the
business in which this corporation shail
engage is as follows, to-wlt:
1. To prospect for, locate, acquire by
discovery, lease, license, option, pur
chase, franchise, gift, grant, devise or
otherwise, hold, possess, enjoy, develop,
mine, work, operate and exploit mines,
mineral lands and claims, mining rights,
metalliferous lands and rights in the
Manhattan mining district, county of
Nye, state of Nevada, and also to carry
on the business in all its various
branches of mining for gold, silver, cop
per, tin, lead. iron, coal and other metals
and turquoise and other precious stones
in said mining district;
2. To invest in. take over, buy. sell,
pledge and exchange stock, shares, bonds
and securities of mining companies and
corporations, wherever incorporated.
Fifth: The affairs of this corporation
shall be conducted by a board of five
directors, who ehall be elected annuallv
on the last Monday of September In each
year, i nree directors shall constitute a
quorum.
Ssixth: The highest amount of liability
to which this corporation shall subject
itself at any one time shall not exceed
two-thirds of the capital stock.
Seventh: This cortwi ration is former! to
endure for twenty-five years after Its
articles are duly executed, but its char
ter rights may be renewed from time td
time for periods not exceeding twenty-
iivt j-f&rs at a iime perpeiua"y.
Eighth: The private nronertv nt the
stockholders of this corporation shall be
and is hereby made forever exempt from
all liability for the debts or obligations
of the cornoratlon.
Ninth: The capital stock of this car.
poration shall be and is hereby made for
ever non-assessaDie ty this corporation.
Tenth: The board of directors shall
have the power to make, alter, nmen.1
or rescind all or any by-laws of this cor
poration, and to make rules and regula
tions ueemea expeaient ror the manage
ment of the affairs of the corporation not
inconsistent with the constitution and
laws of the United States and the terri
tory of Arizona.
IN WTITNESS WHEREOF. We have
hereunto set our hands and seals this
14th day of September, 1905.
M. BERNARD. Peal)
E. T. ZOOK. (Seal)
CLAUDE B. GILLESPIE. Seal)
HEPPNER BLACKMAN. (Peil)
GEORGE E. WEAVER. (Seal)
State of California.
City and County of San Francisco. ss.
On this 14th day of September. A. D.
1905. before me. Flora Hall, a notarv
public in and for the citv anl countv
of San Francisco, state of California, re
siding therein, duly commisslonel and
sworn, personally appeared M. Bernard.
E. T. Zook. Claude B. GilWpie. Heppner
Biackman and George E. Wr aver, known
to me to be the persons deneribed in,
and whose names are subscribed to the
foregoing instrument, and thev acknowl
edged to me that they executed the same
for the purposes and considerations
therein expressed.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, T have
hereunto set my hand and afflted mv
official seal at mv said office in said city
and county, the day and year last above
written.
Seal) FLORA HALL.
Notarp public In and for the oitv anl
county of San Francisco, state of
oCalifornia.
My commission expires Apr!" 12th. VOX
Filed according to law. April 19, 1905.
IN THE PROBATE COURT
Of tho County of Maricopa, Territory
of Arizona.
In tha matter of the estate of Geo.
W. Sanders, deceased.
The territory of Arizona to Clara S.
Sanders, greeting:
By order of this court you are., here
by cited and required to appear before
the judge of this court in the court
room thereof In the county court house
of Maricopa county, Arizona, on Thurs
day, the 7th day of December. A. D.
1905, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of
said day, then and there to show cause
if any you have, why letters of ad
ministration upon the estate of Geo.
V. Sanders, deceased, heretofore Issu
ed should not be revoked.
Witness the Honorable John C. Phil
lips, Judge of the probate court of Mar
icopa county. Arizona Territory, with
the seal of said court affixed, this 26th
day of October, A. D. 1905.
(Seal) J. C. PHILLIPS.
Probate Judge.
GEORGE KIRKLAND,
Clerk of the Probate Court

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