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It has come to our notice that some irresponsible
person or persons have been tampering with the
meters, seale and w,ires in some of the places we
are furnishing light and power to in Algiers,
McDonoghville and Gretna.
Notice is hereby given that this is strictly alainst
the taw and all such persona that may be found
guilty of doing or allowing same to be done with a
view of defrauding the company will be vigorouely
prosecuted.
No one has any right to tamper with your wires or
meter installed in your premises unleess they show
a badge of the company.
We are now making a careful investigation of all
meters and wires and hereby offer a reward of
twenty-five dollars ($25.00) for evidence leading
to the conviction of the guilty party or parties.
Algiers Railway & Lighting Co.,
222 Elmira Avenue.
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' AMENDMENT TO
CHARTER
OF TIIE NEW ORLEANS TAXPAYERS'
'PROTE(TIVE ASSOCIATION.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, STATE
(,F I:I)'ISIANA, CITY OF NEW OR
I.EANS, IARItlSHI OF ORLEANS.
Ie it known, That on this twenty-second
day of the month of November, is the year
one thousand nine hundred and ten. before
nme, Robert l,'gier, a Notary Public. duly
co,mmissloned and qualified In and for the
Parish of Orleans. State of Iouisiana. afore
said. therein residing, and in the presence
of the witnesses hereinafter named and on
dersigned,. personally came and appeared:
lr. Joseph M. Elliot, President, and Mr.
G,.,rge IeReyna, Secretary, of the New Or
leans Taxpayers" Protective Association, a
duly incorporated institution of this State,
domiciled In this city, created by act of In
corporation passed before James Clark Hea
rhiles, a Notary Public, is this city, on the
:tst day of January. 19!51, and duly recorded
in the Mortgage Office, in book -. folio -;
which said appearers declared, that acting
under and by virtue of a resolution passed
and adopted at a general meeting of the
mlmbers of asal Association, held on the
":,th da. of October, 1910. after due notice
as eqluired by Article VII. of the charter,
as the whole nill more fully appear by ref
--lence to a certified copy of the said reso
lation hereunto annexed for reference. They
do. by these presents, in their said capa
city, and under and by virtue of said reso
lation, declare that the charter of said Asso
-lation is and was amended so that another
Article be added thereto and to be known
as Article VIII, and which said article
shall read as follows, to-wit:
ARTICLE VIII.
The capital stock of this association is
hereby tixed at the sum of three thousand,
five hundred dollars, divided into three thou
sand. five hunldred shares of the par value
of one dollar each, which sa.d shares shall
be paid for in cash.
The capital stock when paid in, shall be
used for the purpose of purchasing a piece
of property in the name of and for the ben
efit of the Association, the revenue of
which, after paying taxes, repairs, insurance
and other necessary expenses, shall be di
vided between the stockholders.
In witness whe.reof the said act of amend
inent of the charter of the said New Orleans
Tax I'ayers 'rotectlive Association was
signed by the said Joseph M. Elliot. Presi
delnt, and George Itlteyna, Secretary, in
the presence of Theodore A. Beck and An
thony Troyanl, and the undersigned Notary,
on the day, month and year, above written,
and the whole after due reading.
Original signed : J. M. Elliot, l'resident:
ieo. 1i IRteyna, Secretary. T. A. Beck, Ant.
Troyant.
ROBERT I.G;IER, Not. Pub.
i. the undersigned Recorder of Mortgages,
in and for the Parish of Orleans, State of
Louisiana, do hereby certify that the above
and foregoing act of the N. O. Tax Payers
Protective Association was amended and was
tiis day recorded in my ofice, in book 1018,
folio 105. New Orleans, Nov. 22, 1910.
(Signed) EMILE LEONARID, ID. R.
A true copy from the original act.
ROBERT LEGIER, Not. l'ub.
Dec. 8 15 22 29 and Jan. 5 1911
CHARTER
OF TUE OHIIO-LOUISIANA PLANTATION
COMP'ANY.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, STATE
OF OHIO, COUNTY OF LUCAS, CITY OF
TOLEDO.
Be it known, that on tiffs third day of
October, In the year of our Lord one thou
sand nine hundred and ten, and of the inde
pendence of the United States of America,
the one hundred and thirty-fourth, before
me. Marion D1. Merrick, a Notary Public, In
and for the County of Lucas, State of Ohio.
duly commissioned, sworn and qualified, and
in the presence of the witnesses hereinafter
named and undersigned:
l'ersonally came and appeared, the several
persons whose names are hereunto subscrib
ed, all of the age of majority, who declared
that, availing themselves of Act 36 of 1888,
as well as the General laws of the State of
louisiana relative to the organization of
corporations, they hereby form themselves
Into and constitute a corporation, for the
objects and purposes, and under the stipu
lations hereinafter set forth.
ARTICLE I.
The name of this corporation shall be:
Ohlo-louislana Plantation Company, and by
that name It shall enjoy succession for the
term of ninety-nine (99) years from the date
hereof, unless sooner dissolved. It shall
have the power to site and be sued, to bor
row money, bold, purchase, lease, sell and
hypothecate real and personal property; to
make and use a corporate seal; to name and
appoint such agents, managers and employees
as the interest of said corporation may re
quire: and is hereby vested with all the Im
munities, rights and privileges conferred
upon corporations by the laws of the State
of Louisiana. It shall have power to make
and establish such by-laws, rules and regu
lations for the proper management, conduct
and regulation of the affairs of said corpor
ation as may be deemed necessary and
proper, and the same to change and alter at
pleasure.
ARTICLE II.
The domicile of this corporation shall be
In the City of New Orleans, in the State of
louislana, and all citations or other legal
process shall be served on the president, or
In his absence, on the vice-president, and In
the abnence of both of said omeers, on any
director residing in the City of New Orleans.
Said company may maintain a branch ofce
at Toledo, Ohio.
ARTICLE III.
The objects and purposes of this corpor
ation shall be to purchase and otherwise ac
quire, reclaim, cultivate, develop and dis
pose by sale, leases or otherwise, real estate
and lands In the Parish of Iafourche, Ina
the State of Ioulsiana, and elsewhere, as
the Board of Directors may from time to
time determine, to construct drainage and
sewerage systems, to build, oiferate, sell and
lease factories of varlous kinds for the utll
sation of the products from the land a.
quired from time to time In connection with
its other works, maintain such warehouses,
docks, wharves, railroad and tramway lines,
and other transportation lines that may be
found necessary or expedient for the proper
development and carrying on of the com
pany's business: to erect, maintain, and
operate telegraph and telephone lines, and
generally acquire by purchase or lease, oper
ate, sell and otherwise dispose of any and
all species of property, reel and personal,
necessary or convenient to be so acquired
and used to more efectully carry out the
main desire of the organisatlon of the com
any, and also to acquire and operate dredges
and boats.
ARTICLE IV.
The capital stock of this corporation shall
be fixed at two hundred thousand ($200,
(o0.00) Dollars, divided into twenty thou
sand (20.000) shares of tea ($10.00) dollars
each. payable in cash at the time of the sub
scription, or the same may be issued, at not
less than par, In payment or exchange for
property or rights received or purchased by
said corporation, or the same be Issued, full
'aid, for money advanced, and for such other
valuable consideration or services as the
Board of Directors of said corporation may
determine: provided that no stock shall be
Issued until the consideration thereof has
been received by said corporation. Thisl cor
poration is authorised to commence busl
ness as soon as ten thousand ($10.000.00)
dollars of Its stock Is subserlbed for, which
amount is hereby declared to be subscribed.
ARTICLE V.
All powers of this corporato a ll be
vested In a Board of Directors composed of
five members all of whom must be stock
holders. Three members shall constitute a
quorum for the transaction of business. All
vacances occurring on said Board of Direc
tors shall be d by the remalainin diree
tors for the unexpired term.
The oeer oerof this corporation shall be a
Preidnt, VkcPrLdh ent. Seeretary sad
Tresarer, and, exceptlng tim secretary, most
be elected from the Board of Directors. If
not elected from the board, the eretary
must, however, he a stockholder.
The frst Boar;dr of Dirctrs of this cor
poration shall be elected by the stockhold
ers as soon as practictable after the record
lag of thi charter Ia the Mortgage Olee
in the Parish of Orleans, and such directors,
so electedt abll at once proceed to elect the
oeers as hereulnaave prevded. Sad Board
of Directors and eoeers hball hold their
reective eem antBl the IMrt Monday ian
ebruary, 1911, at whiet time, and annually
thereafter, an eleion teti diretors slhall be
held at the oee of the eorpratlo, at whieh
time each share of steek isueda sall be e
ttlead to ee vote east by the mear, a pe
see or by proxy. The mid heard so elected
shall proeeed at ce to elect the eeers
herein provided for. TheY allue to hold
such eleetion shall net mal this bart.
The thea ettag Beard at Dietroc ad
oers shall eld their repct-e ees .
til a m.ew eletis can tal, whlch a hR
he Secrd rad yeo as seepeentlon a
mal k~al a wtesntUie at S Uool
stockholders to each stockholder at his last
known address, at least ten days prior to
the holding of such meeting. Each stock
holder shall file with the Secretary Bis ad
dress or any change thereof, and a failure
to do so shall be construed as a waiver of
such notice.
ARTICLE VI.
The President shall be the chief executive
officer of this corporation; he shall preside
at all meetings of the Board of Directors,
and shall perform such other duties as are
incumbent upon the President of a corpora
tion. which are not otherwise provided for
in this charter. During the absence or be
cause of any inability to act, the Vice-Presi
dent shall perform his duties and act with
the same Ipower and authority as the l'res
ident at sur'h times
No contract entered Into in the name of
this corporation by any of its oimcers, ex
ce' ding one hundred ($100.00o dollars. shall
IHe valid or binding upon this corporation is
any way, unless authorized or ratified by
the Board of Directors.
All acts of sale, purchase, lease or others
shall iw signed by the President. and in the
case of his absence or inability to act, by
the Vice-'President. and in either case at
tested by the Secretary.
ARTICLE VII.
No stock shall be transferred except on
the books of the company. No stockholder
- of this corporation shall ever be held liable
for the contracts or faults thereof, in any
further sum than the unpaid balance due thl.
r corporation on his shares of stock, nor shall
any mere Informality in the organization
hereof have the effect of rendering this
charter null, or of exposing a s:ockholder to
any liability Iyond such amounts as miy
be owing Iy i.im to the corporation on his
stock or otherwise.
AItTICLE VIII.
This act of incorporation may be modified,
hanged or amended, or said corporation may
I be dissolved at a regular or special meet
ing or the stockholders held for that pur
pose, by a vote of three-fourths (3-4) of
the stock represented at such meeting, by
stockholders in person or by proxy. Before
such nmeeting shall be held, a ten days' no
tice, in writing, shall be given to each stock
holder in the same manner as herein pro
vided for the calling of the annual meeting.
which notices shall contain the time and
t place for holding such meeting and the ob
a ject for which it is called, and in addition
- to such notice, there shall be published in
t one of the newspapers published in New Or
leans, a notice containing the same informa
tion, at least once a week for a period of
three weeks immediately preceding the date
of holding such meeting.
At the termination of this act of incor
poration, the lusiness and affairs of this cor
poration shall be wound up, concluded and
settled by three commissioners elected by
the stockholders. in person or by proxy,
present and voting at the hereinabove meet
· ing.
In witness whereof, we have hereunto set
s our hands this 3rd day of October, A. D.
1910.
M. C. TROUT, 100 shares.
JOHN C. JONES, 100 shares.
JOHN B. CROUCII 600 shares.
FRANK F. HAIDDIX, 100 shares.
VI. C. BAKER, 100 shares.
VWitnesses :
II. IIERRERT HARBISON,
A. G. CROUC(IH,
RICIIARI BENEDITE,
W. E. IIUGER.
STATE OF H0111O)
I 85.
COUNTY OF LUCASI
On this 3rd day of October, A. D. 1910.,
I personaly appeared before me, the under
signed, a Notary . ublic within and for said
county, the above named M. C. Trout, John
C. Jones and John B. Crouch, who each sev
erally acknowledged the signing of the fore
f going articles of incorporation to be his
free act and deed, for the uses and purposes
therein mentioned.
Witness my hand and official seal on the
e day and year last aforesaid.
MARION It. MERRICK.
Notary Public In and for Lucas County, Ohio.
(Seal)
STATE OF OHIO)
) 88.
COUNTY OF LUCAS)
I, Ed. L. Kimes. clerk of the Court of
Common I'leas, within and for the county
aforesaid, do hereby certify that Marion ID.
Merrick, whose name is subscribed to the
foregoing acknowledgment as a Notary Pub
lic was at the date thereof a Notary 'Public.
in and for said county, duly commissioned
and qualified, and authorized s such to take
said acknowledgment; and further, that I
am wtll acquainted with his handwriting,
and believe that the signature to said ac
knowledgment is genuine.
In witness whereof. I have hereunto set
I my hand and amxed the seal of said court,
I at Toledo, this 4th day of October, A. D.
1910. El). L. KIMES, Clerk.
by A. W. I'AYNE, Dep. Clerk.
I STATE OF LOUISIANA, PARISH OF OR
LEANS.
Before me, the undersigned Notary, per
sonally came and appeared FRANK F. HAD)
DIX and MILLARD C. BAKER, to me per
sonally known, who signed the foregoing
articles of incorporation before me and in
the presence of the two subscribing legal
witnesses and each severally acknowledged
in the presence of said witnesses that he
signed the above and foregoing as his vol
untary act and deed, and for the uses and
purposes therein set forth.
In faith whereof. I have hereunto set my
hand and seal of ofee this 12th day of Oc
I tober. 1910.
C. C. FRIEI)RICIIS, Not. Pub.
I, tue undersigned Recorder of Mortgages,
in and for the Parishb of Orleans, State of
Louislana, do hereby certify that the above
and foregoing act of incorporation of the
Ohio-Louisiana P'lantation Company was this
day duly recorded in my omce in book 1018,
follo 13.
New Orleans, October 13, 1910.
EMILE LEONARD, Dy. R.'
Dec. 8 15 22 29 and Jan. 5 1911
CHARTER
OI F "FEITEL OIL AND I)EVELOPMENT
COMPANY."
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, STATE
OF LOUISIANA, CITY OF NEW OR
LEANS, PARISH OF ORLEANS.
Be It known, that on this twelfth day of
the month of December, in the year one
thousand nine hundred and ten, before me,
Robert Logier, a Notary Public, duly com
missioned and qualified in and for the Par
Ish of Orleans. State of Louisiana, aforesaidl
therein residing, and In the presence of
the witnesses hereinafter named and under
signed, personally came and appeared: the
persons whose names are hereunto sub
scrlbed, who declared that, avalling them
selves of the provisions of the laws of this
state relative to the organlsatlon of coc
porations, they have covenanted and agreed
and do. by these presents, covenant and
agree, bind, form and constitute themselves,
as well as such other persoas as may here
after join or become noeiated with them,
into a corporation and body politic in law,
and for the objects and purposes, and under
the agreements and stlpulations following,
to-wit :
ARTILE I.
The name and style of this corporation
shall he the "FEITEL OIL AND DEVELOP
MENT COMPANY," and under that name It
shall have and enjoy all the rights and
privileges granted by law to corporations;
it shall exist for a period of ninety-als
years from the date hereof; it shall have
power and authority to contract, sue and
be sued In its corporate name; to make and
use a corporate seal, and the same to
break or alter at pleasure; to hold, re
ceive, purchase, mortgage, hypothecate and
pledge property, both real and personal; to
issue bonds, notes and other obligations: to
have and employ such managers, direccrs
and other employees as the interest and
welfare of sid corporation may require:
and to make and establish such Iy-laws, rules
and resgalations as may be deemed necesmary
sad expedient for the corporate manage
ment sad control of the affairs of mid com
ARTICLI II.
The domicle of mid corporation shall be
In the city of New Orleans, 8tate of aou
L and all ecltations sad other legal pro
ems shall be served oa the presidet, and ln
his abhseneo or inability on the seretary
treasurer.
AETICWM IIL
The objects ad purpesea rf whlh thil
corporation is orglanied and the attue ofa
the bihes to he carried a b it si here
by declared to he: to h ly, sell, ls, hre,
mortgage and otherwise hypotheate, allean
ate or ecmumber lands -thls aned other
states, sad partieularly oil lIads; to dig
and bore oil and other wells; to buld der
rics; to redae ad rellis, petraolem r, al
rdals aad all their i-predacts, ia both their
rednd ad erude etates; to erect, s, el,
-lea atd mortgaa re erln e a od Id or
M purpes: to erect sad coastrct, or
pients, and aeraflly tos sand gae in
t ARTICLE IV.
The capital stock of this corporation is
hereby fixed at the sum of one hundred thou
sand , $lst,.esNo.t0) dollars. divided into ten
thousand shares of the par value of ten
f CI*l.tht dollars each, which shall be paid
for in cash, or may be issued at not less
than par for services rendered to. or pro
perty purchased by, said corporation.
All shares of stock shall le full paid and
e non-assessable, and no transfer of stock shall
e Ie binding upon the corporation unless made
upon its books.
e ARTICLE V.
All the corporate powers of this corpora
r ion shall be vested In and exercised by a
oard of Directors to be composed of
twenty-two t--, stockholders. who shall be
elected annually on the- second Wednesday
of DIecenmber of each year by ballot of the
astokholders. Each stockholder shall be en
titled in person, or by written proxy to one
vote of each share of stock owned by him
I and standing in his name- on the books of
the company, and a majority of the votes
cast shall elect. All elections shall be held
tinder such rules and regulations as may
be determined by the Board of Directors.
e and after at least ten days' notice of such
V election shall have been given to each stock
holder by publication in one of the daily
newspapers published in the. rly of New
Otrleans,. or by notice mailed to his last
known address. The directors thus elected
shall continue in office for one year. or until
n their successors shall have been dully elected
r and qualitled. No failure to elect shall be
e considered as a forfeiture of this charter.
' Any vacancy occurring on said Board of
llDirectors shall be tilled by the remaining
I directors for the unexpired term.
SSaid Board of Directors shall, at its first
a meeting elect from among its number a
1 president, a first vice-president, a second
v vice-president, a secretary, a treasurer and
an executive committee, to be composed of
said officers and three additional members
of said Board of Directors.
Tlh. IBoard of Directors shall have the
right and power to combine the office of the
secretary and treasurer, and may even elect
a secretary who need not be a stockholder.
Five nelntbers of said executive committee
shall constitutle a qulorum for the transac
tion of all business at any regular or spe
idailly called ntmeeting. ltegular meetings of
said executive committee shall be held
monthly, and at a time to be fixed by the
Board of DIirectors. Specl'l meetings of
said executive committee, can be called at
any time upon the written reqluest of three
membelwrs of said executive committee.
Said executive committee shall have the
right to appoint and dismiss such managers.
directors and other employes. including the
secretary, who is not a stockholder, as con
s ditions. Interests and business of said cor
poration may justify or require.
ARTICLE VI.
No stockholder shall ever be held liable
or re-sponsible for the contracts, faults or
debts of said corporation, nor shall any
mere informality in its organization have
the effect of rendering this charter null, or
t of exposing a stockholder to any further lia
bllity than the unpaid balance due on the
shares of stock owned by him.
ARTICLE VII.
This act of incorporation may be changed,
modified or altered, or this corporation may
be dissolved with the assent of the stock
holders owning a majority of all of the stock
of the corporation at a general meeting con
vened for that purpose after at least ten
days' notice of such meeting shall have
been given to each stockholder In the manner
and form provided for in Article V of this
charter. In case of the dissolution of this
corporation, either by the expiration of its
charter or otherwise, Its affairs shall be
liquidated and wound tp by three liquida
tors or commissioners to be elected by the
d stockholders from among their number at a
meeting which decides to liquidate. In the
event of the death or disability of any of
said commissioners or liquidators, the sur
vivors shall appoint a successor to him.
ARTICLE VIII.
Until the election to be held in 1911, the
e following named stockholders shall consti
tute the first Board of Directors, via.: M.
Feitel, Ike Feitel, E. M. Loeb, Joseph Week
.rling. J. K. Boland, Charles Wirth, Francis
X. Fabacher, William Henderson, Adam Gam
hel, Joseph Oury, Maurice I'icheloup, Leon
Frank, Louis llausmann, Gabe, Hausmann.
C. D. Schmidt, Charles Kohlmeyer, Paul
Rousset, Jacob Israel, John B. Meyers, H.
Samuel, A. 'Mont'leon and Auguste Mar
chal, with Ike FPetel, M. Feltel. J. Wecker
ling, C. D. Schmidt, M. PI'cheloup, Charles
Kohlmeyer and John B. Meyers as the first
Executive Committee, and with Ike Feltel
as president and general manager, Charles
Kohlmeyer as first vice-president. Maurice
l'lcheloup as second vice-president and M.
Feltel as secretary-treasurer.
This corporation shall beome a golng
I concern as soon as five thousand I$53,I0o.NeH
dollars shall have been subscribed to its
capital stock.
Thus done and pased at my once in the
t City of New Orleans, on the day, month and
year herein first above written, in the pres
ence of Theodore A. Beck and Anthony
Troyani, both of this city, competent wit
nesses, who have hereunto signed their
names, with the said appearers and me, No
tary, after due reading of the whole.
Original Signed: Ike Feitel. 25 shares;
P'aul Rousset. 25 shares: Jno. B. Meyers, 25
shares; Gabe tlausmann, 25 shares: Leon
Frank. 25 shares; lmuis IIausmann. 25
shares; M. I'icheloup. 25 shares; A. Monte
leon. 15 shares: M. Feltel, 25 shares; Fran
cis X. Fabacher, per Ike Feitel, 35 shares;
SWm. Henderson. 25 shares; Adam Gambel.
by Winm. Henderson, 25 shares; J. K. Boland,
50 shares: II. Samuel, 25 shares; C. 1).
Schmidt, 25 shares: J. Israel, 25 shares;
('has. Kohimeyer, 25 shares: Auguste Mar
chal, 25 shares: Jos. Weckerling, 50 shares;
Chas. Wirth. 50 shares; Jos. Oury, by I.
Feltel, 25 shares; Ernest 31. Loeb, 50 shares.
T. A. Beck and Ant. Troyant.
ROBERT IIEiIER. Not. Pub.
I, the undersigned Recorder of Mortgages
for the P'arish of Orleans and State of Lou
isiana, do hereby certify that the above and
foregoing charter of the "FEITEL OIL AND
I ',I'uIIENT COMPANY" was this day
duly recorded in my once In book 1018, toils
New Orleans, La.. Dec. 13. 1910.
,.-lgnedi r..llLE LEONARD, D. R.
A true copy from the original act.
ROBERT LEGIER, Not. Pub
Dec 15 22 29 Jan 5 12 1911
CHARTER
OF "ROYAL REALTY COMPANY."
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, STATE
OF LOUISIANA, CITY OF NEW OR
LEANS, PARISH OF ORLEANS.
Be It known, that on this twelfth day of
the month of December, in the year one
thousand, nine hundred and ten, before me,
Robert Legier, a Notary PI'ublic. duly com
milssioned and qualified in and for the P'ar
ish of Orleans, State of Louisiana, afore
said, therein residing, and in the )resence
of the witnesea hereinaftter named and un
dersigned, personally came and appeared:
the persons whose names are hereunto sub
scribed, who declared that, avalling them
selves of the provisions of the laws of this
state relative to the organisation of cor
porations, they have covenanted and agreed,
and do, by these presents, covenant and
agree, bind, form and constitute themselves,
as well as such pther persons as may here
after join or become associated with them,
into a corporation and body politic in law,
and for the objects and purposes, and under
the agreements and stipulations following,
to-wit :
ARTI(CILE I.
The name and style of this corporation
shall be the "ROYAL REAlrY COMPANY,"
and under that name it shall have and enjoy
all the rights and privileges granted by law
to corporations; It shall exist for a period
of ninety-nine years from the date hereot;
It shall have power and authority to sue
and be sed in its corporate name; to make
and use a corporate seal, and the rsame to
break or alter at pleasure; to hold, receive,
purchase, mortgage, hypothecate and pledg
property, real and personal; to issue bon
notes and other oebligationas; to have and
employ such maagers, agents, directors and
other employes at the Interest and welfare
of said corporation may require; and to
make and establish such g-lws, mles and
regulatIos as may he deemed necessary anad
expedIet for the corporate management and
controi of the aairs of said company.
ARTICL3 IL
The domiteile of said corporation shaball be
la the Ctly of New Orleas, State of lou
enle, s c all eitations am other legal psg
eass shahl be served ea the preident, anad
in his absence or Inability on the secretary
treasurer.
ARTICLE III.L
The objects asnd purposes for wehich this
corporatlem is organisej and the nattre of
the hmb.ess to h careu on bp It are heet
daeclared to he: to hmy and mll for it m.
accoaunt or for the aosnt ofat othaers, real
estate, lInd, temements, mortgages, mort
gage note, bends, shares of stoek and other
real and personal, beas, stocas and other
secrities; to iese, ret or lrer Iroprt; I
to make leases as laese or leo·r; to laI
out town lots or anburt, ad seanrlly i
prove sam, and generally to do ad engage I
Sar  ia bals wr anterprise e- I
aeted with, ·rmi out o, or tindental to I
any of the objects and prpses haereiabeve
set forth or centemplated by thIs charter I
ARTICLE IV.
The epital stock of this ereMtla ies l
h.b ixed t the sam lt te d
ad OS) Deasllr d dhie v Slad e huas I
stock shall be paid for in cash, or may tw
issued at not less than par for services
rendered to, property actually purchased by
said corporation.
All shares of stock shall be full paid and
non-assessable. No transfer of stock shall
be blndipg upon the corporation imless made
upon its looks, and all certificates of stock
shall be signed .y the president and the
secretary-treasurer tf said company.
ARTICLE V.
All the corporate powers of this corpor
tion shall wbe vested in and exercised by a
Board of Directors to be composed of five
.., stockholders, who shall be elected ever)
five years on ueceml.r 5. beginning with
the year 1915, by ballot of the stockholders.
A majority of said board shall constitute a
quorum for the transaction of all business
Each stockholder shall bI entitled in person
or by written proxy to one vote on ,each
share of stock owned by him, and a saj-.r
it- of the votes cast shall elect. All -l. r,
tlons shall be held under such rules and
regulations as may be determineu d by the
Board of Directors, and after at least ten
days' notice of such election shall have leen
given to each stockholder by publication in
one or more of the daily newspapers pub
llshed In the fity of New Orleans. or ,y
notice maited to his last known address. The
directors uius elected shall continue in ouffice
for one year or until their successors have
tbeen duly elected and qualified. No failure
to elect shall be considered as a forfeiture
of this charter. Any vacancy occurring on
said board shall be filled by the remaining
directors for the unexpired term. Said
IBuard of Directors shall, at the first meetilng
elect from anong its number a president. a
vice-president and a secretary-treasurer. The
said Board of 1 srectors shall have the right
and power to combine the office of the seec
retary and treasurer, and may even elect a
secretary, who need not be a stockholder.
ARTIltLE VI.
No stockholder shall ever be held liable
or responsible for the contracts, faults or
debts of this corporation, nor shall any
mere Informahlty in Its organization have
the effect of rendering this charter null.
or of exposing a stockhollder to any further
liabItuy beyond the unpaid balance due on
the shares ort stock owned by him.
ARTICLE VII.
This act of Incorporation may be changed.
modified or altered, or this corporation ma:
he dissolved with the assent of the stock
holders owning a majority of all of the
stock of the corporation at a general meet
ing convened for that purpose, after at
least ten days' notice of such meeting shall
have Ieen given to each stockholder in the
manner and form provlded by Article V of
this charter. In case of the dissolution of
this corporation, either by the expiration of
Its charter, or otherwise, Its affairs shall be
liquidated and wound up by two liquidators
or commissioners to be elected by the stock
holders from among their number at a
meeting which decides to liquidate. In the
event of the death or disability of any one
of said commissioners, the survivor shall
appoint a successor to him.
ARTICLE VIII.
The president of this corporation is here
by vested with the right, power and author
ity for and in the name and on behalf of
this corporation, to purchase, sell, mortgage,
bypothecate, alienate or otherwise encumber
all its property, both real and personal, to
make leases in Its name and behalf, as
lessee or lessor, and generally to do any
and all acts and deeds, and sign any and
all deeds, notes and other documents, with
out any special authorization by or from
the Board of Directors of this corporation.
ARTICLE IX.
Uitil the election to be held in 1915, the
following named stockholders shal consti
tute the first Board of Directors, vli.: John
Legler, Jr.. Robert W. Rlordan, Robert Le
gler, Walter L Gleason and Theodore A.
Beck. with John Lagler, Jr., as president,
Robert W. Riordan, as vice-president and
Theodore A. Beck as secretary-treasurer.
Thus done and passed at my once In the
city of New Orleans, on the day, month and
year herein first above written, In the pres
ence of George de Armas and Anthony
Troyant, both of this city, competent wit
aesses, who have hereunto signed their
names, with the said appearers and me, No
tary, after due reading of the whole.
Original signed: John Legier, Jr., 50
shares:; Robert Legier, 1 share; Walter L
Gleason, 1 share; T. A. Beck, 1 share: R.
W. Riordan, 1 share. Ant. Troyani, Geo.
deArmas.
ROBERT LBGIER, Not. Pub.
I, the undersigned Recorder of 31 rtgages
In and for the Parish of Orleans, State of
Louisiana, do hereby certify that the above
and foregoing act of incorporation of the
"Royal Realty Company" was this day duly
recorded In my office, In book 10os, folio -.
New Orleans, La., Dec. -, 1910.
(81gned) EMILE LEONARD, D. R.
I, the undersigned Notary Public, in and
for the Parish of Orleans, State of Louisl
ana. therein residing, do hereby certify the
above and foregoing to be a true and correct
copy of the origmal act of Incorporation of
the "Royal Realty Company," together with
the certificate of the Recorder of Mortgages.
thereto appended, the whole on file and of
record in my notarial omce.
New Orleans, La., Dec. 13, 1910.
ROMBE IIe' LEIER, Not. Pub.
Dec. 15 22 29 Jan 5 12 1911
CHARTER
Oh" THE SLATTERY-SMITH COMP'ANY,
LIMITED.
United States of America, State of Louis
lans, Parish of Orleans, City of New Or
leans.
Be It known, That on this fifth day of
the month of IDeember, in the year of our
Lord one thousand nine hundred and ten.
and of the Independence of the United
States of America, the one hundred and
thirty-fifth. Bebore me, Sidney Francis
Gautier, a Notary PI'ublic duly commisioned,
sworn and quallfied, in and for the Parish
of Orleans, therein reslding and in the
presence of the witnessed hereinafter named
and undersigned, personally came and ap
peared the several persons whose names
are hereunto suhmerlled and who are of
full age of majority and residents of this
city of New Orleans. And the said parties
declared that, availing themselves of the
laws of this State relative to the organisa
tlon of corporations, and particularly to act
36 of the General Assembly of 1888. they
have covenanted and agreed, and do by
these presents covenant, agree and bind
themselves, as well as such other persons
as may hereafter become assocliated with
them, to constitute and form a corpora
tion and body politic in law for the pur
poses and objects and under the articles
and stipulations following, to-wit:
ARTICLE. I.
The name and style of this corporation
shall be the Slattery-Smith Company, Lim
ited, and under that name It shal enjoy
all rights and privIleges granted by law
to corporations; It shall exist for the period
of ninety-nine years from this date; it
shall have power and authority to con
tract, sue and be sued In Its corporate
name: to make and use a corporate seal ;
to hold, receive, purchase, convey, mort
gage, hypothecate or pledge property, both
reat and personal; Issue bond, notes and
other obligations; to have and employ such
managers, directors, officers, agents and
other employees as the interest and con
venlence of said corporation may require;
to make and establish such by-laws, rules
and regulations for the proper manage
ment and control of the arfar o naeid
corporations, through its Board of Dlree
tors, as may be necessary and expedient.
ARTICLE II.
The domicll of msaid corporatloun shall be
in the city of New Orleans, in the State
of Louisana, and all citations and other
legal process shall be served on the presl
dent, and in hi absence, on the secretary
of sid corporation.
ARTICLE III.
The object and prpose for which this
corporation is orglanste and the nature of
the business to be carried on by it, shall
he a gene engraviag and electrotyping
business, together with the operation of
all that work which is allied to, con
nected with or incidental to the conduct
of seek u establishment.
ARTICIi IV.
The capital stock of this corporation
shall be Tea Tbhoamnd ($10,001 dollars
to be divided into One Hundred Shares of
the pr value of One Haundred Dollars
c which shall he pai m a in tor
Iabor performed, or property tratneretd
to e corporatio, u may he agreeahbe to
the board of directors of this Compny
Whiceh capital may be ineresed in an
amount deeMded upon at the time of seeb
propond icm e sad in aecordance with
w, ~a the event of such laermease, the
steekhoiders of the corporation at the time
ao mid tirease shall ave tbhe ret option
to said ew stock, but oay in prolrtion
that teim stock thel aad mow all bear
to the ineresad stock, and say shares not
take at the time of seu incresse by
i stekholders, may be disposed of by
the bard of directors for the benefit of
th empany, at not less than their
valu. All hars of tck shall be
paid nd nem-asseesable, and no transfer
of stock shall be bladilg on the corp)ora
te munl records ! on itrL boo, nde
no steheder shell be permitted to sea
his stock without !r- LI 'm
to the other neemli , r' f l:ztiol
who shall have ty. i: i1t
of said offcr withlii . "', iret
said stock. acceordlin, t onrh
I hooks of the compar t
say at last stock tak.. "' Or
All the 'ori.,rate ; .
poratlon and the ri. o,_. "' con
of lts affairs, shll : I trol
clsed by a ii:r i ,' exert.
three stockholder.. . ,,'d of
shall nt.,.titlrtc . .1 i i o wih'
ac toan ofa .iil i ,n trans.
e l'' ht d o n t .- - 1 * " a'll be
ofi each year. f,.'... a
shall imretliate!i: :if- 'lo, and
'from tmolll l th*l r I· , 1 lti
lpreshll t, sot 'i . e rr t S, v'siy.
It'eklhiilter hall Each
by prtty Ito . ce or
stoc'k w iinid by l I "'r"
Ibe held tinder '1 shall
vid,'d for iby th ,. 'pro.
' lii ari of ,I 'i'he
,ot, for onl e i , .:: in
datei of th.r . ' f the
pw ors 1:1 be . he, ,? cur.
to el..' t cha I I f. l.t.r
f, f iltre of rti, , t I"r.
rofsii e i nct .llr t rm
Shavet the rl:,t haill
hohler. a. hic -'cc . -
tei*e tin'"- , -. .ll
A!.
or re si:iliab fle
d ,lIs of t ij . '" 0or
mnere info-mihtlitt I'r any
the effp'ct 'f r, I ,: o
of eposuini 'or
Ilatbilty than ti f'rhi
the Iori , ,,f , l onr
This i't of :han.
ed. mtin fied oi r ' ".ration
m a y I- - d it , , " o 1, th e
stockholdrv h i" the
' f the
stock. prc.e.nt. l !lroUth
p rio x ies. I t :c . ' ' t ir
that piirl,,.' ., ' . ''' 1 d for
written noten daysIl'
Iwoen git'e to ," have
plebhlication in n days' t
tity of Ne'w i '' t his
s'lutjin tht dlis
slolltl iol n oft !"hr b
limitation ou It, . flthe'
stckhohlers ' r i.. thetr
from among the" ,i, 'tllat.' an
settle the l Itlcin' c i, l flipe on.
p rany. In 'rse f ' ''.th ,r nability of
any one of th, ct , in tl-n . f.. t -he -
vivor or remnainLn ,Lina ,
a successor to hI: *
AItIF 1I: %'111
T'ntlI the .l., "I i i .:In 9
the following nien"il.lI "L , k,.,;I.-, llill con1 .
stltute the first It,. "I 'f I '- Irs, and
Ofmcers of thl ,, . ,-at .n, s-z R. J.
lattery. l'rPrsl'.c,: .:1 \Iian: r; 'Thomas
Smith. Vice l'r,.i.cl t iin, '1', lt rrr and
George F. Bart;iyv, S- ,r,.tarrM
ARTI( i.F IN.
Said corporatln shlahI 'r,mpnnre husc
lness as sn as tlhiryv ac·c si 'haresa of
the capital stock aL:.l 'v,. ben sub.
scrihed. and hl ordlr that this charter may
also s erve as ti, cciLtItil s'ei'-criptlon list,
eall sthirlsriers her",tc hlar.' e't oppouite
their respective n:a.'itr. tihe number of
stock slllu cribed ft'r i.\ ail fI' them.
S Thule done :alet c':le'c'cl. ait my Offce ln
- the city of New Orlell, oni the, day, month
I and year hererhiculov, tlrst written,. in the
presence of M.s.!eirr I c.' Spencer and
eo . Wlu . illliamr n , plI tient w i nes es, w ho
here'unto sullhserile their flnl"S·, together
with the said a l,:lare'rs and me. Notai
after rending ot thre whhct,' e.ic'h of said
appearers havintc Ec cleppoi,,.lte his signs.
ture the rilminlr f i si ~t stock ithb
ascrlhed by hint, 1I' it'h ,cnletutlng the
lignatures her'to thel list ,t orictnal sub.
scriptlons made for the lprpo-ie of organ
ising; this porporation.
(Original Signe, tt . T Slattery, seven
teen ( 17, shlares; TIh,iai Smith. seves
teen 17) sharPe: ;i'orgc* F Bartley, one
(1) share; Sidney F. ;illtlter. Notary Pub.
lie. Witness: LI. (. Scpencer. (;,. (,. Wil.
llams.
I. the undlersinenl Rcrrder of \iartgages,
In and for the I'arish of Orheans. State of
Loulsiana, do herlchy certify thrat the above
and foregoing Act of Intcorpration. of the
Slattery-Smith C'ompany, l.irli'ed. was this
dap dutly recorded in any olfce. In Book
101., folio 1].
New Orleans, IDeCPonler 5th. 1910.
(Rigned) EMIIE ILXNARD. P. R
I Sidney Francis ;raulti',. Notary Publie
In and for the Parish of Orleans. State of
Ioulisitana, do hereby certify the above sad
foregoing to lot a true and correct copy
from lthe original on tile and of record la
miy noterlal cic'.e.
In witness whereof. I havt hereunto set
my hand and affied my se:al, this Decem
ber 9th. 1910.
SIDNEY 1', (;AI'TIER.
Notary Peblic
Dec 15 22 29 Jan 5 12
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