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It has come to our notice that some irresponeible ;if person or persons have been tampering with the meters, seales and wires in some of the places we are furnishing light and power to in Allgiere, McDonoghville and Gretna. Notice is hereby given that this is strictly against it the law and all each persons that may be found guilty of doing or allowing same to be done with a view of defrauding the company will be vigorously prosecuted. No one has any right to tamper with your wires or meter installed in your premises unless they show a badge of the company. W'e are now making a careful inveetigation of all n;eters 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. ALGIERS SAZERAC OPP. ST. JHNK'S MARKET SA [OO N JACK ERERPro. SALOON aa scm, rn'L Oyster Loaves and Sandwiches Sandwiches of All Kinds Day and Night S------- --------------- E. J. MOTHE UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Phone, Algiers 29. No. 222 Morgan Street ( h c STABLISHED 1853. John C. Meyer & Son. WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, SILVER AND PLATED WARE. 133 Bestur St., M Nar U. S. Mi·t, l ew Orle., Lei.am. NM, Abascal & Bre., Ltd. Dealers In Groceries and Western Prndce, PELICAN AVE., Cor. Verret St. ALGIERS, LA. Sierra Bros., -DEALERS IN GROCERIES. IMPORTED WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, ETC. BellevIlle St. t Opelousas Ave. ALIERS. LA. MARTIN S. MAHONEY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. NOTARY PUBLIC. OItoes: 121 Carondelot Street, $82 Pelican Ave. CHARTER OF THE O'ROURKE REALTY COMPANY. UNITED STATCS OF AMERICA, STATE OF LOUISIANA. PARISH OF ORLEANS, CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. Be it known 'bat on this twenty-ninth day of the month of June In the year of our Lord one thousand, nine hundred eleven. and of the independence o fthe United States of America, the one hundred and thirty-fifth. Before me. Edward Alexander Parsons, a notary public, in and for the parish of Orleans, state of Louisiana, duly commis sioned and qualified, and in the presence of the witnesses hereinafter named and undersigned, personally came and appeared the persons whose names are hereunto sub scribed and who declared that, availing themselves of the statutes and laws of the state of Louisiana. including Act 78 of 1904. providing for the formation of cor poratlons, they have covenanted and agreed to form and constitute themselves into a corporation for the objects and purposes and under the terms and conditions herein atter set forth. ARTIOLE 1. The name style and title of this corpor atioa shall be O'ROIRKE REALTY COM PANY, and under that name shall have and enjoy all the rights, privileges and ad vatages granted oy law to corporations. It shall exist for a period of ninety-nine ears unless otherwise dissolved. It shall have the power, In its corporate name, to neatract, to one and be sued, to make and use a corporate seal, the same to break. alter or amend at pleasure. It shall have the power and right to buy and sell real estate, to hold, own, leasse, mortgage and dispose oft same, whether Improved or un Improved, city or country; to make all kinds f lImprovements and erect and maintain any and all kinds of buildlaings, and to lease the same to and from Individuals, firms and corporations. And this corporation shall have the right to borrow and lend mn'ney on real estate, execute mortgages, Lbonds and other evidences of debt. ARTICLE II. The domicile of this corporation is hereby declared to be in the city of New Orlean,. state of Louislana. All citation and other iqgall process shall be served upon the presi dnt, and In the absence of the presldeut. apon the vice president, and in the asheuce of both of them, upon the secretary-treas arer of the corporation. ARTICLE IIL The objects and purposes for which this eorporation is organised, and the nature of the buslsam to be carried on by it are here by declared to be to buy and sell, hold, owu, lease., mortgage, pledge and dispose of prop erty, real, personal and mixed, Improved and unimproved, city or country ; to erect any and all kinds of bueldings and Improve meats, and to buy and sell, mortgage, lease and dispse of same to and from individuals. Irms and corporations; to execute mort _,e se notes, bonds and 6tber evl r ms of debt, and to borrow and lead massy a sm ; and neralls to do and amgage in any bsa enmpress or u tder abmg eoet t, e wti, ,gr out of I deatl or germane to sy o the obja and prposes set forth in r eastemih ta charter, and to do any and oal eo esary fe the esdect at a ge II ILTICLE IV. The capital stock of this corporation is nerely ftied n the sum of fifty thousand )($.1 o.tN)o.HN dol'ars, divided into and rep resented by live hundred shares of the par value of one hundred dollars per share. Said stock shall he represented by certificates of stuck, signed by the president and the sec retary-tre.asurer, and in the absence of the pre ydent, by the vice president of the cor i pwratlon. Said stock shall be issued at such times, in such amounts, for such price and Slupon such terms and conditions as the hoard of directors may see tit and proper. and may be paid for in money, services or property as the board of directors may think Ie-st. All shares shall be full paid and non assessable. No transfer of stock shall be binding upon the company unless made on the hooks of the corporation. No stock holder shall have the right to sell or other wise d!spos.e of his stock in this corporation without first offering same to the corpora tion at the book value thereof, as determin ed by the books of this company; and this corporation is authorized to purchase said stock at said book valuation for the benefit of the other stockholders of the corporation. ARTICLE V. All the corporate powers of this corpora I tion shall be vested in and the management and control of its business and affairs con ducted by a board of directors, composed of not less than three and not more than five stockholders, three of whom shall constitute a quorum; no member of said board to own or subscribe for less than one share of stock. Said directors shall be elected by bal lot at a general meeting of the stock holders on the second Monday of Sep tember, 1912, and annually thereafter on that day. Every stockholder shall be entitled, in person or by proxy, to one vote for every share of stock owned by him. All elections shall be held under such rules I and regulations as may be determined by Ssaid board of directors. Ten days' written E notice, directed to the last known address of every stockholder shall be given of all elec tions. The directors thus elected shall continue in office for one year or until their suc censors shall have been elected and qualified; any failure to ele,-t oemcers or directors shall not be considered as a forfeiture of this charter. Any vacancy occurring in the board of directors shall be filled by the re E maining directors for the unexpired term. A majority of the stockholders at a meet ing shall constitute a quorum for the trans action of any business. Said board of directors shall, at its first h meetlng after its election, elect out of its f own members a president, a vice president I, and a secretary treasurer; and said board a shall have the power in its discretion to r. unite two or more omces, the same to con f, fer upon one person. Said board shall have ýf the power to appoint and dismiss such om i- cers, agents, clerks and employes as they e may deem advisable and to fix their com d pensation. d Said hoard of directors Is specially vested - with the power and authority to mortgage g or pledge the property, real and personal, e of the corporation as they may deem fit and f proper; to purchase, hold, own, mortgage, r- pledge, lease and dispose of real estate, d improved and unimproved, city or country: a to execute mortgages issue notes, bonds and a other evidences of debt, and to borrow and i- lend money on same to and from Individ uals, firms and corporations, at such times, for such prices and upon such terms and conditions as they may deem advisable. This power to buy and sell. mortgage, pledge and - dispose of property, real and personal; to Sborrow and lend money, execute mortgages, e notes, bonds and other evidences of debt, Ssand all the powers herein granted to said board of directors is to be exercised by them e without the necessity of referring to the a stockholders of the corporation for special authorixatlo,. d Said board of directors shall make all L the rules, regulations and bylaws for the e government, control and management of the d business and affairs of the corporation, and d alter, amend and change the same at pleas ure. Ls No contract shall be signed without the n authorization of the board of directors. The following stockholders are hereby declared nto be the frst board of directors of this corporation, all of whom shall hold I office for one year or until their successors Is shall have been elected and qualified : James ,I Itonrke. \Walter V. O'Rourke, James J. tl'l, urke. Albert L. O'Rourke. until the second Monday of September, 1912. or until their successor shall have becen elected and qualified, the following namelpersons are hereby declared to he .ti o ffers of thls corporation : James -' Rltourke. president ; James J. O'Rourkc, to1 I.e presidleut: Walter V. O'Rourke, secre ' tart'-treasurer. s- ARTICLE VI. This corpration shall begin business and is, a go :g sonee-n as soon as ten thousand dollars ,f is capital stock shall have been subsecribedt and paid for. ARTI'T.E VII. No stockholder shall ever he liable or d responsible for the contracts, faults or debts, nor shall any mere Informality in its or gaalsation have the effect of renderina this charter null .or of exoslng any stockholder Sto any liability, beyonad the unpaid halance due on the sharese owned or subscrlbed for by him. ARTICL VIIL This ast of tneepatle shall be cha modified or altere, or this ae a a tsha be dislved, with the asset f twoth~trds of after at last a. a~"ie wutt aa se 1. rected to the last kavw ad gm of sam stockholder, shall have bees given of rsad meeting. In ease of the dissolution of this charter, by expiration or otherwise, the stockholders shall elect two commissioners, or liquidatore, from among their own number to liquidate and settle the business and affairs of the cor poration. In case of the death or disability of one of said liquidators. the surviving or remaining liquidator shall appoint a suc cessor to him. Thus done and passed in my omce at the city of New Orleans, state of Louislana. on the day, month and year herein first above written, in the presence of Messrs. James R. LeGallez and George B. Smart, competent witnesses, who hereunto sutbscrib ,ee their names together with the said ap pearers and me, notary, after due reading of the whole. (Original signed) : James O'Rourke. James J. tRltourke, W. V. O'Rlourke. A. L. )'Rourke. Witnesses: J. R. LeGalles, Geo. B Smart E A. I'A.*iosN, Notary Public. I. the undersigned. recorder of mortgages. in and for the parish of Orleans, state of hioulsiana. do hereby certify that the above and foregoing act of incorporation, of the It'Rourke ltealty to. was this clay duly re corded in my oeoe, in Book 1018, folio 788. New iOrleans. July 1. 1911. Signedl, EMI.E I.E'ARD, D. R. I hereby certify that the above and fore going Is a true, copy of the original. on tile and of record in mlly untoritl records. E. A. I'ARSoNS. %otar'U Public. July 13. 20, 27 aug :I, lo, 17 C'IIARTER t::ItFV\'F:E ltEAtl Y COMPANY. I.IMITEIP. U'NITEI:i STATES OF AMERItCA, STATE OF LOt(ISIAN. I'AItlSII OF Ot LEANS, (ITY 1'OF NEW ORLEANS. It, it known. that on this the seventh day of tile nmonth of Jully In the year nineteen hundrel d and level n (1!)114) anld of the In edletYlwldncee of the United Sattes of Amerlea th,' one hundred and thilrty-sixthi. lefore me, ran tels Ii. 4 haribonnet. a notary publlic in andl for the parish of Orleans, city of New OrIletnf. state eof Ietllislan-. duly commis siolted and quallifed, and in tile presence of the witnesses hereinafter named and under signedl. personally came- and appeared the severall fpersons wvhose namtes are hereunto sullscril.e.d who declared that, availing themselves of thle laws of this state rels tive to tile formation of corporations, they have cove nanted and agreed and do by these pr,.sents covenant and agree and bind them selves as well as tihose who may hereafter eecome associated with them. to form and constitullte a coroporation or body politic in law. under the conditions and stlpulations andt for the objects and purposes hereinafter following, to-wit : ARTICLE I. The name. title and style of this corpora tion shall be the "GOEiltEVE REALTY C('MPANY. LIMITED." and under such name It shall exist and enjoy succession for a terml and period of ninety-nine- years from this date. ARTICLE II. The domineile of said corporation shall be In the parifh of Orleans. where all citation andl other legal process shall be served on the president. or In his absence on the vice president. or in the absence of the vice-presi dent on the secretary-treasurer. ARTICLE III. The objects and purposes for which this corpolration Is organized and the nature of the business to be carried on by It are here by declared to be to buy, or otherwise ac quire, and to sell or otherwise alienate. lands both improved and unimproved, rural and urban, anywhere to this state or else where in the United States of America; to lease, rent, sub-lease or hire real estate and the improvements thereon; to mortgage the same and to receive and take mortgages on real estate, either improved or unimproved. and generally to do each and every thing necessary and incidental to carry out the purposes above expressed ,and all things as are allowed by law to be done by corpora tions generally. ARTICLE IV The capital stock of this corporation is hereby fixed at the sum of one hundred thousand dollars ($100.000.00). divided into and represented by one thousand shares of the par value of one hundred dollars a100.00) each, which stock shall be paid for in cash, or may be issued. full paid, for property actually received or for labor or services actually rendered. ARTICLE V All corporate powers of this corporation shall be vested in and exercised by a board of five directors, composed of five stock holders, any three of whom shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of all business. The said board of directors shall be elected on the first Monday in July of each year. The first election under this charter to be held in the year 1912. All elections shall be by ballot, at the offioce of the corporation, under the super vision of a commissioner to be appointed by the president for each election. All elec tions and meetings of stockholders shall be preceded by a ten days' notice, sent by mall by the secretary to each stockholder at his last known residence or place of buslnes as mentioned by hlm; each share of stock shall be entitled to one vote. to be cast in person or by written proxy and a majority of votes cast shall elect. The board of directors Sshall have power to fill all vacancies occur ring in said board. Failure to elect direc I tors on the date above specified shall not Idissolve this corporatlon, but the then ex Isting board and other omeers shall hold office until the election of their successors, after notices as above provided. At the first meeting after their election, the said board of directors shall elect from their number a president, a vice-president, and a secretary-treasurer. and such other oercers as said board shall deem necessary. Said board of directors shall have power and authority to make and establish as well as to alter and amend by-laws, rules and regulations necessary and proper for the support and management of the corpora tion. Said board shall also have power and authority to fix the terms and conditions upon which property shall be purchased by said corporation and allenated by it:; to borrow money, execute mortgages, lsme notes or other evidence of debt as they may consider advantageous and to designate some oscer or other person to appear for this corporation and act for it In selling. buying, mortgaging, etc., property ; to slasue stock in payment of money borrowed, re ceilved or property, labor or services ac quired by said corporation. At all meet lngs of said board a member thereof may be represented by another, under a written proxy. Said board shall have power, by a vote of not less than three, to sell, mortgage (by bond mortgage or otherwise), lease or pledge any or all of the movable or immov able property of the corporation, or to re ceilve in exchange therefor money, or stock or bonds of other corporations, and to vote such stock and bonds at any meeting of such other corporation, wlthout referring to the shareholders for autborilty so to do, and said board shall have power to desig sate and adopt a corporate seal and alter or change the same at pleasure, and gener ally have all powers generally vested In boards of directors by custom, uage or laws. Until the meeting to be held In 1912 under this charter Mathilda C. Gogreve, Mrs. Christlna I. (ogreve, William A. Go I greve, August Huberwald and Jules Gall lardanne shall compose the first board of directors, with William Ak. Gogreve as pres Ident. August Ruberwald as vice-president. and Jules Gallardanne as secretary-tress urer. ARITICLE VI. Whenever this corporation is disolmVed, by limitation or otherwise, ita atalrs shall be liquidated by three eommissioners, con sistlng of the president, the vice-president and the secretary-treasurer, who shall hold such omRe of commissioners until the flaal liquidation. In case of death, resignatilon of one or two of said commissioners, or of the inability to serve, 'the remaining com missioners shall serve nntil the nal liqui dation. ARTICLE VII. This corporation may be dissolved, its capital stock increased or decreased or this act of incorporation amended or altered by complying with the laws of the state rela tive to same. IARTICLE VIIL In order that this charter shall containa the orignal 1bseeriptlon list of saberibers each sbsoerlber has written oppasite his or her name the amouat of tee capital stock abscrlbed for. This eorpoeatis. shall hb a going eoseern and autborised to emmemee bin s m m* as three theman dsIlale at seh s tock is saerled tfor. wmils A. GOrege, Mathle C. Ge Sgrave and e C egv reeetv I hav e t- m motry, that the7 Hearietta Gogreve, the wife of Jules Gallardanne and the said Jules Gallilar danae declared under oath to me. notary. that they were married but once and then e to each other. Ida C. Gogreve, the wife of August Hu berwald. and the said August Iluberwald declared under oath to me. notary, that they were married but once and then to each other. Jules Galliardanne declared under oath to me, notary, that ('hristina Ileucht, widow of Ernest R. G;ogreve, has been married but once and then to her deceased husband Er nest R. Gogreve. Thus done and passed In my omce. at the city of New Orleans. on the day, month and year first above written, and in the pres- b ence of Francis It. ('harbonnet. Jr., and Louis F. Sauve, witnesses of lawful age, b domiciliated in this city. and therein resid Ing. who have signed their names with tile said appearers and me, notary, after read ing thereof. (Original signed) : W. A. Gogreve. 150 n shares. $15,000.00: Mathilda t'. ;ogreve, j 101 shares. $:30,lo.10.to: laura C. Gogreve. , 1501 shares. $15,000 .00; llenrieita E. (:all lardanne. 10(0 shares. $10.000.00; Jules Gaillardanne. 50 shares, $5,t)0.00: Ida 4'. Ilulerwali. 1)00 shares. $10.(WW4).00 A. Hlu wbrwald, 510 shares. $5.0001.00; Chrlstina I. I , Gogreve. 73 shares. $7.5((1.00 (pro Jules tl ;Gallardann,). (Witnesses) : F. Ii. Char- s bonnet. .r., I.. F. Sauve. F. D. C(IARU~sNrET, Notary Public. I. theit under-lined, recordelr of mortgages. in and for the parish of Orleans. state of a L.ouisiana, do herbhy certify that the albove and foregoing act of incorporation of the s G;ogrve itealty Co., Ltd., was this day dlilly recorded in my omlee, In book 10531, folio 7. New Orleans. July 10th. 1911. iSigned) EttMILt.g SONARsI, D. R. n The asw,ve and foregoing is a true and correct copy fromt the original act of incor- d lporation of the. said Gogreve Realty Co.., Ltd.. on tile and of record in my notarial oflic('t,. New Orleans. July 12th. 1911. F. 14. (IIAIr",NNrETr, Notary Public. t .July 20 27 aug 3 10 17 24 d CHARTER n OF IRON\ WAREIIOUSES. UNITED STATES OF AMEIIIC'A, STATE OF LOU)ISIAN. I'ARSli OF OR LEANS, CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. L He it known, that on this twenty-fourth I day of June in the year of our Lord one c thousand nine hundred eleven, and of the Inldependence of the United States of Amer lea the one hundred and thirty-flfth, before me. Edward Alexander 'arsons, a notary public. In and for the parish of Orleans. state of Ilouisians, duly commissioned and qualified. In the presence of the witnesses hereinafter named and undersigned, person- o ally came and appeared the persons whose names are hereunto subscribed and who de clared that, availing themselves of the stat utes and laws of the state of Louisiana, in cluding Act 78 of 1904. providing for the formation of corporations, they have coven anted and agreed to form and constitute themselves into a corporation for the ob 4ects and purposes and under the terms and conditions hereinafter set forth. ARTICLE I. The name, style and title of this copora lion shall be IRON WAREllOI'SES. and un der that name shall have and enjoy all the rights, privileges and advantages granted by law to corporations. It shall exist for a period of ninety-nine years unless otherwise dissolved. It shall havei the right In its corporate name, to contract, to sue and he n sued; to make and use a corporate seal, the same to break, alter or amend at pleasure. The domicile of this corporation Is hereby n declared to be the city of New Orleans, state a of loulsiana. All citations and other legal a process shall be served upon the president, a and In the absence of the president, upon t the vice-president, and In the absence of both of them, upon the secretary-treasurer of the corporation. 1 ARTICILE II. The objects and purposes for which this corporation is organized and the nature of the business to be carried on by it are here by declared to be: To conduct a general public warehouse business for the storage of all kinds of goods and merchandise, whether cold stor age. United States bonded warehouses or otherwise. This corporation shall have the right and a power to engage In any other business enter- o prise or undertaking connected with, grow lag out of, incidental or germane to any of a the objects and purposes set forth in this a charter or contemplated thereby. It shall have the power to own, purchase, bold, lease, mortgage and dispose of real estate, Improved and unimproved; to build and erect such buildlnA, warehouses, sheds and a the like as may be deemed necessary and I proper for the carrying on of its business: to execute mortgages, Issue notes, bonds a and other evidences of debt. and to borrow and lend money on same: and genenlly to a do all things that may be deemed neeessary for the carrying on of a general publie ware- a house balness. ARTICLE III. The capital stock ot this corporation is hereby fixed at the sum of twenty-five thou saend ($25.000.00) dollars, divided Into and represented by two hundred and fifty (250) shares of the par value of one hundred ($100.00) dollars each. Said stock shall be represented by certlficates of stock, siganedby the presldent and the secretary-treasurer of the corporation, and In the absence of the president, by the vice-president Said stock shall be issued at such times, for such price t and upon such terms and conditions, and may be paid for In money, property or ser vices, as tbe board of directors may deem advisable. No transfer of stock shall be d binding upor the corporation unless made h on Its books. No stockholder shall have the right to sell or otherwise dispose of hisb sharesa of stock in this company without first having ofered them to the corporatlon, and this corporation is hereby empowered and C authotrised to purchase said shares for the benefit of all its stockholders at the book valuation of said stock, as shown by the books of the corporatlon. ARTICLE IV. All the corporate powers of this corpora tlon shall be vested in and the manage- r meat and control of its busmines and afairs ' conducted by a board of dlrectors, composed of not less than three and not more than five stockholders, three of whom shall on-. stltute a quorum; no member of slaid board to own or subscribe for less than five shares of stock Said directors shall be elected by ballot at a general meeting of the stock holders on the second Monday of September, 1912, and annually thereafter on that day. Every stockholder shall be entltled, either in person or by proxy, to one vote for every share owned by him. All elections shall be held under such rules and regulations as may be determined by said board of direc tors. Ten days' written notice, directed b to the last known addressu of every stockhold er shall be given of all elections. The directors thus elected shaH continue in ofee for one year or until their succees noar shall have been elected and qualifiled; any failure to elect directors or oeers shall not be considered as a forfeiture of this char er. Any vacancy occurring In the board of directors shall be filled by the re maining directors for the unexpired term. A majority of the stockholders at a meeting shall constitute a quorum for the transc tion of any basiness. 8aid board of directors shall at its first meeting after its election, eleA out of its own members, a president, a vice-president and a secretary-treasurer; and samid board shall have the power nla Jt discretion to unite two or more olcaes and the same to confer uapon one persan. Seld board shall have the power toj | point and disnl meah ofaicers, agents, cler a and employ. sa may be deemed necessary sad to ix their compensation. SaMid board is cialy vested with the a poerr and autbrf.y to mortag or pledge the property, rel &ad peonal, of the cor poration, a they may deem advisable; to q sl ad dps of real estate, mpnroved ad U Jnlmproved: to eaente mortMgages, leae c notes, bads and other eidences or bt, and to borrow ad lend money a sae, to s and from IdivdMals, rms ad orpmr- a tins, at ach times, for such rie and s apa each term a cedittas as hy may a deem advisble Uhs awer to heeand t mil ral etate to b a ad lead m1ney I maee~~ metp Imes jrL hd mad other evidences of debt and all the powers herein granted to said hboard of directors shall be exercised by said board without the necessity of referring to the stockholders for special authorization. Said board of directors shall make all the rules, regulations and by-laws for the gov ernment and control of the business and affairs of this corporation as they may deem fit and proper, and amend, alter and change the same at pleasure. No contract shall be signed without the authorization of the board of directorg The following stockholders are hereby de clared to be the first board of directors of this corporation, all of whom shall hold of fice until the second Monday of September. 1912, or until their successors shall have been elected and qualified: James O'Rourke, Walter V. O'Rourke, James J. O'Rourke, Al bert L. O'Rourke. Until the second Monday of September. 1912. or until their successors shall have been elected and qualified, the following named persons shall be the officers of this corporation: James O()'ourke. prescl,-nt ; James J. O'Rourke. vice-president; Walter V. O'Rourke, secretary-treasurer. ARTICLE V. This corporation shall begin business and be a going concern as soon as twenty-live thousand ($.!i5.AN0.Ol) dollars of its capital stock shall llve been sulbcribed and paid for. ARTICLE VI. No stockholder shall ever be liable or re sponsible for the c,ntracts, faults or delt of this crorporation, nor shall any mere In formality in Its o'ganlzatlion have the effect if rendering this charter null or of exposing any sto,-kb.idder to any liability beyond the unpaid halance .(ie on the shares owned or subscrlhbed for by him. ARTICLE VII. This act of incorporation shall be changed, modifiethl or altered, or this corporation shall be diaolved with the assent of two-thirds of the stock of the corporpation represented at a general meeting called for that purpose. and after at least teun days' written notice of said merting shall have been given through \ the malls, directed to lthe last known ad dress of every stockholder. In case of the dissolution of this charter, b.y explratiun or otherwise, the stockholders shall elect two clommissioners. or liquidat tors,. from among their own numuls-r to lignl date and settle the affairs andil business of the corporation. In case of the death or diabillity of one of the commissioners, or liquidator. the surviving or remaining liqui dator h!:all appoint a successor to him. Thus done and passed In my otfice at the city of New Orleans. state of Louislana, on the day, month and year herein first above written, in the preseuce of Messrs. James IR. Lc;ualh-z an Ilouis It. hoover, competent witnesses, who hereunto sign their names together with the said alipparers and me, notary., after due reading of the whole. (orilgnal signed( : Albert L O'Rourke. James O'RIourke, James J. O'Rourke. W. W. V. Sl'Itourke. Witnesses: J. IR. LeGallez. L. It. Hloover. E. A. PAusoNs, Notary Public. I. the undersigned, recorder of mortgages. in and for tile parish of Orleans, state of Louisiana. do hereby certify that the above and foregoing act of incorporation of the IRON WAItEIIO(I'SES was this day duly re corded in my office, in book 1018. folio ,70. New Orleans, June .2ith, 1911. EMiLE LoNaRDo, D. R. A true copy of the original, one file and of rd in my omice. (S. 'l E. A. l'aRsoNs, Notary Public. July 0, 13. 20. 27 aug 3, 10, 1911 CHARTER ACT OF INCORtI'ORATION CARTER- c BLANKS CO., MAIY 30, 1911. tl STATE OF LOUISIANA, PARISHI OF OR- h LEANS. CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. a Be It Known. That on this thirtieth day of May, In the year one thousand nine hundred and eleven, before me, Joseph Francis Walton, a notary public duly com missioned in and for the Parish of Orleans. State of Louisiana, therein residing, and in 0 the presence of the witnesses hereinafter b named and undersigned, personally came a and appeared the persons whose names s' are hereunto subscribed, all above the full a age of majority, who severally declared sa that, availing themselves of the provisions il of the laws of Louisiana relative to the 11 organization of corporations and particu-. larly of Act 78 of 1904, of the General to Assembly, they hereby form themselves into and do constitute a corporation for the objects and purposes and under the stipulations hereinafter set forth, which shal constitute the charter of said cor 0 poration. o t! ARTICLE I. 0o The name and title of the corporation hereby formed is declared to be Carter- e Blanks Company. and Its domicile shall y be in the City of New Orleans. State of Loulsiana, at which domicile all meetings c shall be held in accordance with Act 631 of 1910 of the General Assembly. It shall y have and enjoy succession by its corporate o name for a period of ninety-nine years from n and after the date hereof. ARTICLE - II. d This corporation shall have power and authority to contract, sue and be sued. In its corporate name: to make and use a corporate seal; to hold, receive, purchase and convey, under its corporate name. property, both real and personal; to name and appoint such managers, directors and officers as Its lnterests may require; to make and establish such by-laws for the proper management and regulation of the g afairs of the corporation as may be nee- I essary and proper. t Ali citations or other legal process shall t be served upon the president, and in the event of his aheence or inability to serve 1 from any cause, upon the vice president 3 or secretary-treasurer. ARTICLE III. The objects and purposes for which this corporation is organised, and the nature of the business to be carried on by It are I hereby declared t, be the manufacture, re building, repairing, hiring or renting by or from, buying,.selling, importing, exporting, dealing In, individually or as agent all kinds and makes of typewriters, mimeo graphs, duplicating machines operated by print, hpression or photographic plate, of ace furniture, fixtures, supplies and acces- sories, with all general and Inclidental pow ers relative thereto, within or without this State and subject to the laws and con stitutlon now in force ain this State. ARTICLE IV. The authorised capital stock of this cor poration is hereby fixed at the sum of twen ty thousand dollars, divided into and rep resented by two hundred rshares of the par value of one hundred dollars each, whicn shall be paid for In cash money or In per- I sonal or real property at a cash valuation to be determined by the board of directors at a regular or called meeting, and no cer tificate of stoclk shall lsue until fully paid for as above stated. This corporation shall begin business as soon as three tbou- t sand five hundred dollars of its stock is 0 subecribed for. ARTICLE V. d All the corporate powers of this corpora tion shall be vested in and exercised by a board of directors consisting of three stockholders, of whom three shall consti- 4 tute a quorum for transacting all business, the board of directors to be vested with t the full powers enumerated in Article II of this charter, as well as full autbority a and power to make such rules and regu lations for the government of the corlpomra- a tion, to appoint, hire, and discharge all of- c ncers, agents, employees; fix all salarles, and generally to do all things necessary in the transaclon of the aRalrs of the cor poration. The first board of directors shall con sist of the following officers of the cor ration: Tall D. Carter, president: P. A. arny, vice prealdent, and I. D. i·.·ak, seceretary-treasurer, who shall bold their of fees until the fifteenth day of January. 1912. or untll their muccesors are duly elected and qualified. On the third Monday ln January, 1912, s and annually thereafter, an electlion for s dlrectors shall be held at the offices of the c corporation, uader the supervisloa of two[ eomamlsioners apponlated by the president, ia and the directors then elected shall take r their seats aimmediately and hold office ans- a til tbelr suceseeors are duly elected and qualiied. Each board shall elect its own t oficers, who shall be a' president vkice Il presidet and secretary-trearer. Vaca- I des eeurrin on the beard shall be SIlled by vote. -of the stockholders by speelal called meeting. All electos shall be by ballot, a majerty o votes shall elect and eaeh share of atoL shall be ertitled r one votes c Do You Know That in the average three-minute telepth,,.- versatio t least 300 words are spoken? That, unlike the telegram, a teleph,,n, a memet sent and answer received? That this is accomplished at one and : e ,rne for iti same price? What would the cost be if you sent by tce i h the aan number of words spoken in the ordinary tc. ... ,:e convert.i tion? Our splendid facilities go everywhere. The rates are reasonable. Save time and money by patronizing u-. We transmit money by telephone on t ea ":ile terms. Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co,, JI, .. FOR YOUR Comfort and Convenienc OUR ELEGANT AND COMPLETE LINE OF CABINET. ELEVATgr OVEN AND STANDARD RANGES NOW ON DISPLAY AT Q1 SALESROOM. INQUIRE ABOUT OUR NEW CIRCULATING WATER: H EATERS. - N.O.Gas Light Company; S. C. Oswald, Sewerig OUR SPECIALTY PROMPT ESTIMATES. 401 OPELOUSAS AVE. PHONE ALGIERS aa; ARTI7CLE. Vi. Transfer of ownership of stock in this corporation shall be governed by the laws of Louislana, especially by Act 1Pi0 of 1910 . 'IDividends are to 1w paid only in accord ance with the law of Louisiana, especially of Act 241 of 19tS. ARTICLE VII. This act of incorporation may ws changed, altered or modified, or this cor poration dissolved, with the assent of threefourths of the stock present or repre sented at any general meeting of the stock holders convened for that purpose after thirty days' notice shall b1 given each stockholder by the secretary-treasurer of: stuch tueeting. AIRTICLE VIII. Whenever this corporation is dissolved, either by limitation of its charter or any other cause, its affairs shall be liquidated by two commissioners to be appointed from among the stockholders at a meeting of the .tockholders convened for that purpose after due notice required by Article ii. said commissioners to remain in office un til the affairs of the corporation are fullly liquidated, and, in case of the death of one commissioner, the survivor shall continue to act. AItTICLE IX. No stockholder shall ever be held liable or responsible for the contracts or faults! of this corporation in any further sum than the aunpaid balance due to the corporation on the shares owned by him ; nor shall any mere Informality in organIzation have the effect of rendering this charter null or of exposing a stockholder to any liability be-i yond the amount of his stock. Thus done and passed in my office In the city of New Orleans. Parish of Orleans. State of Louisiana. on the day, month and year heretnabove written, In the presence of Mark M. Boatner and Andrew M. Buch mann, competent witnesses who have here unto subscribed their names together with the said parties and me, the notary, after due reading. (Original suhacribers Ii. B. BLANKS. TULL I). ('ARTER. 1'. A. KEARNY. Witnesses : M. M. BOATNER. A. M. BIT'IIMANN. JOS. F. WALTON, Notary Public. I, the undersigned, Recorder of Mort gages in and for the Parish of Orleans, State of Louisiana, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing act of Incorpora tion of the Carter-Blanks Company, was this day recorded in my office in Book No. 1018, folio - ,et seq.. New Orleans, La., May 31st, 1914. (Original signed) EMILE LEONARID, D. R. I hereby certify the foregoing and with. in to be a true and correct copy of the original act of incorporation, together with the certlfcate of the Recorder of Mort gages on file and of record in my office. In faith whereof, witness my official signsa ture and seal this 31st day of May, 1911. (Original signed) JOS. F. WALTON, Notary Pblic. July 27; Aug. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31. CHARTER OF THE VINTON OIL DRILLING & OPERATING COMPANY. UNI~,ED STATES OF AIMERICA, STATE OF LOUISIANA. PARISH OF OR LEANS, CITY OF NEW ORLEAN8. Be it known, that on this the 31st day of the month of July, In the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and eleven, and of the Independence of 'the United States of America the one hundred and thirty-sixth, before me, Alexis Brian, a notary public duly commiulsioned and qualified within and for the parish of Orleans, state of Louiisana, and in the presence of the witnesses herein after named and undersigned, personally came and appeared the several parties whose names are hereunto subscribed, who declared that, availing themselves of the privileges granted by the laws of the state of Louisi ana, they do by these presents form and organize themselves and such other persons as may hereafter join with them Into a corporation, for the objects and purposes and under the agreements following, to-wit: ARTICLE I. The name of this corporation shall be the "VINTON OIL DRILLING & OPEiRATING COMPANY," and under said name It shall Enjoy corporate existence for a term of ninety nine (99) years from date hereof. Its dom lelle shall be in the city of New Orleans, where all legal precess directed against It shall be served upon its president; in his absence upon the vice-president, and in the absence of both of said oacers, upon its secretary. It may have, hold, lease, pur chase, sell, convey, mortgage, or pledge pro perty personal, real, or mixed. It may sue or be sued and may have and use a corpo rate seal and may have and enjoy all such other rights, powers and prerogatives as are now or may hereafter be enjoyed by corpora ttons generally and by corporations of a like ebharacter under the general and special laws of this state. C ARTICLB II. The pfuposes and objects for which this corporation is organled and the nature of the bbuln to be carried on by it are de dlared to be: to prchase, sell and generally to Ideal tn land ad real etate of every Id aud charMeter; to ere, es or leas, manage, conduct andt o;..ite oil relinerles and their a,..,srles; to sell the stocks and ..'. ,rities of e poratlons engaged In simtilar own and oplrate connllllllrles aad and generally to do auo and all things that may I.e necesary, cog Incidental to the carrying out of poses. ARtTI'CLiE Ill. The capital stck of this co hereby tiled at four Ihundred and sand dollars tI4.5.Oltok al~ , divided represented by forty live thousand shares of the par value of t0a 1$10.00) per share, whllh shall be in cash or property, on such term such times as the board of direeMi. prescribe. The suiicrilption to the stock of this corporation vlidenej ci signatures appended , erei, se'o1 five thousand dollars t$.,.IO.00) capital stock has bien subl,srlbed, th poration shlall Ibcome a r.pIng conls" ibe authorized to do llsitu.-., at st"a shares of stock of this oorlratioin t full paid and non-assessable. ARTICLE IV. The ibui'ness and affairs of the shall lie managed and icondulted board of directors consist ing of holders. J. S. Brady, George A. I). ('. Wells shall constitute the of directors, who shall i :li omee second Monday of July, 1912, or successors are duly elected and On the second Monday of July, annually thereafter, an election t shall be held at the orrice of the tion in the city of New irleans, which meeting shall be given h each stockholder at least ten (10) thereto. At all elections, a shall be allowed one vote for each stock that has been standing hI on the books of the company f~t days prior to such meeting. II vacancy occurring from any cai the board of directors, or among the vacancy shall be tilled hy the directors by the election of a at All said vacancy. who shall hold a successor Is elected at the nazt meeting. AIRTI'CLE V. The orcers of this cororration sist of a president, a vice presield_, tary and a treasurer. The aes " t dent and treasurer may is, held dl stockholder. 'Until the second July, 1912, or until their a have been duly elected and Brady shall he president and t Wells shall be vice-president and Simms shall be secretary. On Ms' Monday of July. 1912. Immedlatel annual stockholders' meeting thereafter, the Iboardl of dlrectoe such annual meeting shall select b their own numler a president, and treasurer from among their eg. and from among the stockholde tary. AITICIE VI. Two members of the boardl shall constitute a quorum. TEf directors may adopt a code of change or amend the same at member of the board shall have delegate in writing his an member to any olier member at AltTi'l'1 VII. .. This act of Incorlmralion may tI in all particulars not otherwise law, or the corporation may be a meeting of the stockholders especial purpose in the mannar calling the annual meetlngs; to be called by the secretary ql . ten request of any stockholdm.e at such meeting or at any meinet holders shall be binding upon tion unless the holders of at leare of the Issued stock shall be prtl5 or by proxy andt voting. ARTICLE VIII. I'pon the terminatl,in of this limitation or upon the dlaeOlilb corporation iy action of the its business anIl affairs shalt Ib by three commniisioners selected the stockholders at the same shall order the liqulidation. In death of any rolrmi' sioner, the commissioners 'hall '","it his among the stockhoilders. ARTICLE IX. No stockholdeh thill he held contracts or f,lllts of the co ofli'ers or agent.:,,-'*ndl any that may Ie. du-' oi the shares ed by himt. nor -h.ll ny mere in this a t II ' . flefect of charter v,oiil ,r , f 'l ousing liability wytnl ,ie iam, unt of Thus done and ia<i'l in my city of New trl an,-. on the herein fir'i al.i r, , u nioned, 1tI of I. Ii. Satl ait l ; W6. ichwel _ ent witness" . .. t, herenate names with -aib .I:i;,snrers ald a - after diue rialt," f t hie whole. (tiriginal so Bra. D. C(. Well, I I, l O. A. shares. iWI - I . Rb Schweltzier. I. the un. r:l deputy mortgages, h. r"' ,f' that act of in)cliorrl ' n..f the "Vi Ing & Oprl.r.tin pn.. y.:," W corded In tli- it.. in look 1 ,6 New Orleans,. I..,.lult 31, I herety c. ,f" he abov WRo copy of titi ir'-'llnt :marter . IOil IDrllllng & I itrit nglt C with the tertitls' " If the of mortgpRgs thel, ', Rttlcb. New Orlean. Ilyl :ii 191L. (eal) aug 3 10 i M -