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It has come to our notice that some irresponsible
person or persons have been tampering with the
meters, seals and wires 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 against
the law and all such persons that may be found
guilty of doing or allowing same to be dons with a
view of defrauding the company will be vigoroausly
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.
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 gauilty party or parties.
Algiers Railway & Lighting Co.,
222 Elmira Avenue.
ALGIERS SAZERAC
.. o. JIaN' MARKETr SA LOO N J UERER, Pmr.
Oyster Loaves and Sandwiches
Sandwiches of All Kinds Day and Night
E. J. MOTHE
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Phone, Algiers 29. No. 222 Morgan Street
(n C BTABLIBBED 1853.
John C. Meyer & Son.
JEWELERS
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, SILVER AND
PLATED WARE.
1 8I ssesf .aar St., i SNr U. S. Sint, a Sw erlsrn, Louwasmle.
M. Ahscal & Bn., Ltd.
Dealers In
Groceries
an WaemR PrndI ,
PELICAN AV., Cer. Verret St.
ALGIERS, LA.
Sierra Bros.,
-DRALURS IN
GROCERIES,
IMPORTED WINES. LIQUORS,
CIGARS, TOBACCO, ETC.
alieviie St. " Opeleuas Ave.
ALSseH LA.
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MAIRTI S. MAlOIEY,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
[email protected]: 131 Carsndelt Stret,
SPellean Ave.
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SCHARTER
THE GULF STATES LOGGING AND
TIMB3R COMPANY, LIMITED.
ONITED STATES OF AMERICA, STATE
OF LOUISLANA. PARISH OF OR
LEAN8. ('ITY OF NEW
ORLEANS.
xyu I ws, that on thil, the 14th day
-.at In' the year of our Lord one
h Jnd hundred and eleven, and of
tendmsmee of the United States one
- - thirty-fifth, before me, Mark
_ ys a notary public duly corn
s qual~d a i and for the A'ar
, pt Oia, State of Louisiaana, and in
we presce et the undersigned competent
mm. peCna reim ar d apeared
S n alCta ,Clamee S. Fettb and
- dT. all of whom reside and are
li ceity of New Orlean, State
nna. who deelarnd that avaIling
aw of the general aws of this State
Swe to the formation eorporations,
ýq receveaaated, and do by there pre
ass agee, oblg ad nd
as well as such or p ,
ma hereaoter become asseate th
ti emutitu4t and, ' *sl e
a wnt awtles and body potst hr tthe
in and under the a
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sea bypothecat, Is lb seen
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at tmoeaw ,leas dd Ito
blows o te asssleu cImupee
IIt are to buy, sell, manufacture timber; to
purchase and sell timber lands, as well as
to purchase, sell and manufacture timber
and all forest products.
TiHE CAPITAL STI.OCK of this corporation
is hereby fixed at Three Thousand rollars,
divided Into thirty (1ll) shares of the par
value of One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars
each, which shall be paid for In cash, labor
dlone, or property actually received, in such
manner and at such times as the board of
directors may elect.
No aeCKHOLDoER shall have the right to
sell the stock of this corporatlon without
first offering the same to the other stock
holders, in writing, who shall have the first
i right to purchase the same within a period
of five (5) days at the then book value.
THIS CORPORATION shall commence busl
ness as soon as Three Thousand Dollars of
I its capital stock shall have been subscribed
1 for; and it shall become a golng concern
I when the said subscription shall have been
made.
I ALL THE coRPOATEr Powass of this cor
I poratlon shall be vested In a board of direc
tors composed or three stockholders, who
shall be elected by ballot on the first
º Wednesday of August of each year, except
the first board, which shall be elected Im
mediately following the incorporation and
the necessary subscription shall have been
signed. Said directors may vote in person.
or by proxy in writing issued to any stock
I holder. Any vacancy in the board of direc
I tors shall be filled by the remaining direc
I tors. A failure of the stockholders to elect
I a new board of directors shall not vacate
1 any office, and the board of directors and
the officers In office shall continue until
their successors shall be elected.
S Tals CHARTE MaY BE AMENDED, nodified,
changed or altered, or this corporation may
1 be dissolved with the assent of two-thirds
S(2-3) of the stock represented at a general
Smeeting coonvened for that purpose, after
I due notice in writing. In the event of the
Sdissolution and liqudation of this corpora
Stion, the same shall be carried out by three
I iquidators, who shall hold office until the
termination of its affairs, and in the event
of the disability or death of one of the same
his successor for the unexpired term shall
be selected by the remaining liquidators.
TuNs DONE AND PASgED in my office, in
this city and state, on the day, month and
year first hereabove written, in the pres
ence of J.. C. Hollingsworth and .7 J. Ken
Snedy, competent rwitnees, residing in rehis
city, who have hereunto signed their names
together with the appearers hereto, and me,
notary.
Witnesses: (NAMES OF SIGNORS.)
J. C. IIOLLINGSWORTH.
J. J. KENNEDY.
M. M. BOATNER,
Notary Public.
I, the undersigned Recorder of Mortgages
in and for the Parish of Orleanr, State of
Louisana, do hereby certify that the above
and foregoing act of incorporation of the
Gtulf SBtates tLgglng and Timber Company,
limited, has been this day duly recorded
in my office In Book No. 1031, folio .
New Orleans, Ia.. August 14, A. D. 1911.
SIMIIE LEONARID, I). R.
I, the undersigned Notary Public, do
hereby certify that the above and foregoing
is a true and correct copy of the original
act of incorporation of the Gulf States Log
ging and Timber Company, Ltd., of record
in my office.
In faith whereof 1 have hereunto set my
hand and the impress of my ofMcilacl seal,
on the 14th day of August, A. D. 1911.
(. M- BOATNER,
(Seal) Notary Public.
Aug. 1. 2-4, 31, Sept. 7, 14, 21, 1911.
CHARTER
OF TIHE AMERICAN COMPANY.
,f STATE OF LOUISIANA. PARISH OF OR
LEANS CITY Oi NEW OLERANL
t B IT xwoww, that on this 28th day of
SJuly, 1911, before me, W. W. Young, noo
Stary public, appeared the persna wohie
a names are hereunto subscrlbed, wh, dis
Slciared that they have and do fra tbia-.
Sselves into a corporat.or, der tie name
a of Tan AMaac . CoupAr, t fn the pu.
1 perchasing and seuttin p o al mrgnsty ad
getnrally such other thn aIs may kseem
t at's or IncidentaL This cuorm  shall
00l1shea i the t a of New OrleaA Cltt·l
Io hl beserve UpM the Pesidet or
I ea r a f mca at this corf tine
dEldead sle s l"rty (0) 3Ma)res
b "n semeete
tees sa be Jaish T. K ;
as mv.
said election shall be held under the super
vision of the Board of Directors. Each
stockholder shall be entitled to one vote for
each share of stock standing in his name
on the books of the corporation, to be cast
by him in person, or by written proxy. A
majority of votes cast shall elect. Any va
cancy occurring by death, resignation or oth
erwise shall be tilled by selection made by
the remaining directors.
UPON HE DISSOLUTION of this Charter, by
limitation or otherwise, its affairs shall be
liquidated by the l'resident and the Secre
tary-Treasurer. Should either be unable or
cease to act, for any cause, the other shall
continue the liquidation alone.
Original signed:
(Names of Subscribers.)
Witnesses :
L. S. HYDE.
JAMES J. A. FORTIER.
W. W. YOUNG. Notary Public.
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 incorporation of the
American Company was this day duly re
corded in my office in book 1015, folio 61.
New Orleans, July 29. 1911.
(Signed) EMILE LEONARD,
(Sea l, L. R.
A true copy of the original.
(Signed) W. W. YOUNG. Not. Pub.
Aug. 10, 17, 24, 31 ; Sept. 7, 14, 1911.
CIIARTER
OF TIIHE COMMERCIAL, LAW AND AD
JUSTMIINT AGENCY, INC.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, STATE
OF LO)UISIANA, PARISH
OF ORLEANS.
BE IT KNOWN, that on the twenty-eighth
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, Sidney Francis
Gautier, a notary public, duly commissioned
and qualified, In and for the Parish of Or
leans, State of Louisiana aforesaid, therein
residing, and In the presence of the wit
nesses hereinafter named and undersigned.
personally came and appeared the several
persons whose names are hereunto subscrib
ed, and who are all of full age of majority
and residents of this city; and the said ap
pearers declared that, availing themselves
of the laws of this State relative to the or
ganisation of commercial corporations, they
do by these presents, contract, covenant,
agree and bind themselves, as well as such
other persons as may hereafter become asso
ciated with them, to form and constitute
a corporation for the objects and purposes
and under the articles and stipulations fol
lowing, to wit:
ARTICLE I.
The name and title of this corporation
shall be the COMMERCIAL LAW AND AuJUST
MENT A.Excyv, Incorporated. In its said
name and corporate capacity it shall have
and enjoy succession for the term of ninety
nine years from the date hereof, and shall
have the power and authority to contract,
sue and be sued, to make and use a seal,
and the same to break and alter at pleasure;
to receive, purchase, hold, lease, sell, ex
change, donate, mortgage, pledge property,
both real and personal; to Issue commer
cial reports and commercial ratings, to issue
bonds, notes and other certificates or evi
dence of Indebtedness; to name and appoint
such managers, agents, directors and officers
as its business or interest and convenience
may require; and to make and establish as
well as to alter and amend, from time to
time, such by-laws, rules and regulations
for the proper conduct, management and
I regulation of the affairs of said corporation
as may be necessary and proper.
ARTICLE II.
This corporation shall be domiciled in the
City of New Orleans, and all citations or
other legal process shall be served upon
the president, or In his absence upon the
secretary, and in the absence of both, then
in the manner directed by law.
ARTICLE IIL
The objects and purposes for which this
corporation is organized, and tVe nature of
the business to be carried on by it, is to
do a general collection business, to deal in
commercial paper, to Issue commercial re
ports and commercial ratings, for profit, to
buy, sell and otherwise deal in all desriprl
t ion of bonds, notes or any other certificates
I or evidence of lndebtedness, as well as to
buy sell, mortgage, pledge and otherwise
deal in both real and personal property.
ARTICLE IV.
The total authorized capital stock of this
corporation is Ten Thousand ($10,000) Dol
lars, divided into Four Hundred Shares of
Twenty-fve Dollars each. Subscription to
Sstock of this corporation shall be paid In
cash, or its equivalent in property, merchan
dise, labor or value, at such times and in
such amounts and with such notices to the
subscribers as the directors of the corpora
tion shall deem for the best interest of all i
parties concerned. No stock certlaeates
I shall Issue to any person until the payment I
I In full of the shares subscribed.
ARTICLE V.
All thewpowers of this corporation shall
be vested in and be exercised by a Board
of Directors, to be composed of not more
than seven nor less than three stockholders,
who shall be elected by ballot, at a stock
holders' meeting to be held for that purpose
on the First Tuesday of (he month of Au
Sgust of each year, at the domicile of the I
I corporation. From and after the first Tues
i day of August, 1911, all elections of direct
ors as well as of all meetings of stockhold
ers, except for the purpose of liquidating or I
dissolution, or ag otherwise required by law,
ten' days notitc sent by mail to his last
designated address shall be given to each
person who appears as a stockholder on
I the books of the corporation.
Each stockholder shall be enatitled to one
vote for ach share of stock standing in
hli name on the books of the corporatlon,
to be cast In person or by proxy, and the
amajority of the votes cast sall elect.. The
I Board of Directors shall have the power to I
fill all vacancies that may occur on the
board.
The failure to elect directors on the date
Sabove specled shall not dissolve the cor- I
poration, but the directors then In office I
t shall remain In office antil their sucessora
are elected. Due notice of another election a
I shall be given as above provided, and such
notices of election shall costinue to be given a
Suntil the election is hld.
I A majority of the directors shall constl
- tute a quoram for the transaction of any
- business. At its first meeting following
each annual election, the Board of Dlree
Stors shall elect a President, Vice President, I
a Secretary-Treasurer, and such other of
fcers as it shall deem necessary.
The Board 5t Directors shall have power,
in Its discretion, to unite two or more of
fices, and to confer the same upon one per
The Board of Directors may make and I
establish, as well as alter and amend, any I
and all by-laws, rules and regulations neces
"sary and proper for the support and man
agement of the business and sa~lrs of the
corporation, not Inconsistent with its char. I
- ter.
SThe Board of Directors shall alsoi have I
full power and authority to borrow money
- through the resident or some other duly I
authorlad agent or agents; to exeeate
>mortgages, Issue notes, bonds or other obl
gations; Issue commercial reports and com- a
I mercial ratings and, generally, to do thingsa
- reasonable and necessary for the proper
I carrying on of the businesas of the corpora
tlon, and also to issue and deliver full-paid
Sshares of stock, or bonds, or obligations of
said corporation in payment of labor, or a
money borrowed, or property, or rights act- I
nally received by the orolration,
Any member of the Bord of DlIrectors
who may be asuet from the domicile of t
the corporation, or whbo may be prevented
by sckness from attendna, may give a writ
ten proxy to any other member of said
Board of Directors to represent him ia all I
matters at any meeting of the Board of I
Directors, whether geneal or speclal.
ARTICLE VL
Whenever this corporation may be dis- I
soved, either by limitation or by any other c
cause whatever, its afairs shall be lquidat-t
ed by three commimstlomers, to be appolited
at a general meeting of the stoekholderse
for the prpose of lquldatlag, as herenatter
proildd, eah sare belIn entitled to one I
vote In peron or by proxy.
baid commissioners shall remai In of.
fce until the af·lrs of said corporation
shall have ben fully seted and liqnited, a
and shall haefu authorlty por i
to transer ad gie title to all the assets L
and property of the eorporatioa.
I ca of the death, diaIty or resg.
uaton of one or mere said caemlesio- q
era, the vaany shabll e led by elotection
Sthe surving a emisleasr or cmemls.
Th stockhw are erspcaly epo-u
stock east at t mh n alsea to to
a sum uthe r st
ee e na sthall di i smess of
whieb i atbecisd to puchs th q rsk i
1ehs o I m r ne yheme I
Any change whic may be proposed or
made, In reference to the capital stock of
this corporation, shall be made in accord
ance with the laws of the State of Louisi
ana on the subject ;and the said capital
stock may be increased or diminished upon
compliance therewith upon an affirmative
vote of two-thirds ot the stock of the ror
poration.
ARTICLE VIII.
No stockholder shall ever be held liable
or responsible for the contracts or faults
of this corporation in any further sum than
the unpaid balance due on the shares of
stock owned by him; nor shall any mere
informality in organization have the effect
of rendering this charter null or of expos
ing a stockholder to any liability beyond
the amount due on his stock.
ARTICLE IX.
The first meeting of the stockholders of
this corporation shall be held without fur
ther notice, on the first day of August. In
the year nineteen hundred and eleven, and
the following named stockholders shall com
pose the first Board of Directors, who sha..
serve until the next annual meeting, to take
place on the First Tuesday of August, 1912.
or until their successors have been duly
elected and Installed, namely, William M.
Avery. president : Louis E. Schrlever. vice
president; Marre, R. Guerin, secretary
treasurer.
ARTICLE X.
Said corporation shall commence business
as soon as one hundred and twenty shares
of the capital stock shall have been sub
scribed and paid for, and in order that this
charter may also serve as the original sub
scription list, all subscribers hereto have
set opposite their respective names the num
ber of shares of stock subscribed for by all
of them.
Thus done and passed at the city of New
Orleans, the day, month and year first above
written, In the presence of Messieurs M. C'.
Schraff and Emile T. Combe, competent wit
nesses, who have hereunto signed their
names together wito the said appearers and
me, notary, after reading of the whole.
(Original signed)
Wm. M. Avery... 120 shares
L E. Schriever.. 3 shares
M. I. Guerin....120 shares
Witnesses:
M. C. S IIARFF.
EMILE T. COMBE.
SIDNEY F. GAUTIIER,
Notary Public.
I, the undersigned Recorder of Mortgages
in and for the P'arish of Orleans, State of
Louis!tna, do hereby certify that the above
and foregoing act of incorporation of the
COMMERss tIAL LAW AND ADJUSTMENT AGENCY,
Incorporated, was this day dhly recorded in
my office, In Book 10.51, folio 64.
New Orleans, La.. July 31. 1911.
(Signed) EMILE LEONARD,
Clerk.
A true copy from the original of record
and on tile in my notarial office.
New Orleans, Aug. 2, 1911.
SIDNEY F. GAUTIER.
(Seal) Notary Public.
Aug. 10, 17, 24, 31: Sept. 7, 14, 1911.
CHARTER
OF TIIE DAN W. FEITEL BAG COM
PANY, LIMITED.
STATE OF LOUISIANA. PARISHI OF OR
LEANS, CITY OF NEW ORLEANS.
liP IT KNOWN, that on this twenty-sixth
day of August, in the year one thousand
nine hundred and eleven, before me, Wil
liam Itenaudin, notary public in and for the
Piarish of Orleans, State of Louisiana, duly
commissioned and qualified, and In the pres
ence of the witnesses hereinafter named and
undersigned, personally came and appeared
the persons whose names are hereunto sub
scribed, all above the full age of majority;
who severally declared that availing them
selves of the provisions of an act of the
legislature of this State, known as Act No.
36 of the session of 1888, as well as of
those of the general laws of this State rela
tive to the organization of corporations,
they have formed and organized, and do
by these presents form themselves into and
constitute a body politic in law, for the ob
Jects and purposes and undr the stipula
tions and agreements hereinafter set forth
and expressed, which they hereby adopt as
their charter, to wit:
ARTICLE I.
The name and title of the corporation
hereby formed is declared to be the "DAN
W. FEITEL BAG COMPANY, LIMITED." Its
domicile shall he in the City of New Or
leans, State of Louisiana, and it shall have
and enjoy succession by its corporalt name
for a period of ninety-nine years from and
after the date hereof.
All citations and other legal process shall
be served upon the President, and in the
event of his absence or inability to act from
any cause, the same shall be served upon
the Secretary-Treasurer.
ARTICIE II.
The objects and purposes for which this
corporation is formed and the nature of
the business to be carried on by it are here
by declared to be to carry on a wholesale
and retail business In buying and selling
new and second-hand burlap bags, twines,
Jute, sisal, hemp, begging, ties, etc., to
handle the same on commission, to act as
distributors and agents and generally to do
and engage in any and all business under
takings or enterprises connected with or
growing out of, or incidental to any of the
purposes herein set forth.
ARTICLE III.
The capital stock of this corporatlon Is
hereby fixed at the sum of five thousand dol
lars ($5,000.00). divided into and repre
sented by fifty shares of the part value of
one hundred dollars ($100.00) each, which
stock shall be paid for In cash, at such
times and In such amounts and manner as
may be fixed by the board of directors.
Sad corporation shall become a going
concern and shall commence bsilnes so
soon as the full amount of five thousand
dollars subserlbed for shall be paid up.
Transfers of stock will not be recognsled
unless transferred on the books of the com
pany by the owner or his duly authorised
agent or attorney in fact. All stock or
shares must be first otered to the company
for sele during a period of thirty days.
ARTICLE IV.
This corporation shal Ihave power and
authority to contract, sue and be sued in
its corporate name, make and use a cor
porate seal (the same to change or alter at
pleasure), hold, receive, lease, hire, pur
chase, sell and convey, as well as mort
gage and hypothecate property both real
and personal to borrow money, execute
notes, bonds or other evidence of Indebted
ness, name and appoint such managers, of
feers and agents as the necessities and con
venitenes of this corporation may require;
make and establish such by-laws, rules and
regulations for the proper management and
expedition of its atlrs as may be neces
sary and proper, and alter, amend and
change the same at pleasure.
AR'TICILE V.
All the corporate powers of this corpor
atlon shal be vested In and exercised by
a board of three directors, composed of
stockholders, a majority of whom shall con
sttte a quorum for the transaction of all
The first board of directors of this cor
poratlon shall consist of Den W. Feitel, A.
J. Sperling and Morris Burka, with the said
Dan W, Feltel as President and General
MJanser, A. .J. Sperling u Vice President
and Morris Burke as ecretar,-Treaurr,
all of whom shal hold offile until the first
Monday in Augsa 112, or util their suc
cessrs hall ha vs been duly elected and
On the first Monday in August, 1912, and
annually thereafter, an eIction for direc
tors shall be held at the oftice of the cor
poration under the supervisiom of two com
mlsners apoinolted by the Presidenat, after
te dy pror written notice shall have
be.n.give b te cretar-Tr sumrer to
ar-s stockholder, dlrected td hi or her last
wn residence or ple of business, and
the dit.aors then elected shel immednataer
take their seats and held offee until their
uccessors shall have been duly elected and
q-ualled.
All eltectie shall be by ballot, and a
jrity o the votes east shah elect, and
.c sar of stock shall be etitbed to one
vt, either in psn or y proxy, at all
meerting e the stockholders
Al sacles ocurring in the hoard of
ieca fe an ae shall he flled b
ATI3cE VI.
he dhaslved with the asent of theusthI
at a meet t s It u
caveed fo that lm~es ata tLirtydty' I
tl klluYtirydrn
published In the City of New Orleans. Live
times during said thirty days. Said com
milsioners shall remahin In office until the
affairs of sail corporation shiall have' Ibeen
fully liquidated. In case of the death of
eithller of nlhl commissioner, lthe sullrvlivor
shall coltinue to art.
ARTIICLE VIII.
No stockholder of this corporation shall
evear it held Ilable or responsible for the
contracts or faullts thereoif in any further
sumn than the unpahl lalance due to the cr
piration on the shares owned by himllll, nor
shaill any mere informality in or~ganinzatlion
have the eifftc of rendering this chartlr
null, nor of exposing a stockhollder to any
liallitly bleyond the amount of his stock.
'TIolls iLINE AND PI'AssED in my notaral
office at New Orleans aforesaid, In the
presence of Ilarcelin T. Elfert and William
A. Wenck. competent witnesses of lawful
age and resdlting in this city, who hereunto
suolscrie their namles together with sahl
parties and me, notary, on the day and date
set forth in the caption hereof.
(Original signed )
MORRIS E. BURKA.
1 shlare....... $100.0)
A. J. SiERLING,
I share....... 104I).0N
tAN W. Fi:ITEl.,
44 shares...... I,80041.(10
M. T. EI,'ERiT,
W. A. WENt'K.
WM. RENAUI1IN.
Notary Public.
I. the undersigned,. Recorder of Mort
gages, in and for the Parish of O(rleans.
State of lulislana, do hereby certify that
the alove and foregoing act of incorls,ratiion
of thel "'Ian W. Feltel Bag Company. Limn
Ited." was tills day duly recorded in my of
fice In Iook 1051,. folio .
New Oirleans, La.. August :t0, 1911.
(Signed) EMILLE LIONARI,
(Seal) 1i. RIt. .1.
I hereby certify tile foregolug and within
to ie a trite and correct copy of the orig
inal act of noi'lororation of the "Ian W.
Feltel Bag C'ompany, Limited," together
with the certificate of the Recorder of
Mortgages thereunto appended, on tile and
of record In my office.
In faith whereof I hereunto set my hand
and seal this thirtieth day of August, A. 1U
1911.
Slinged) WM. RENAU'DIN.
(Seal) Notary Publtc.
aug 31 sep 7 14 21 28 oct 5 1911
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Addrems ...............................
with all powers and rights granted to cor
porations; with a capital stock of one hun.
dred dollars par value each, which shall be
paid for when subscribed; all corporate
powers to he vested in a board of directors.
composed of three stockholders, who shall
he elected at a meeting of stockholders to
be held as soon as this act is signed and
passed and whose successors shall be elect
ed on the first Monday of June, 1912, and
annually thereafter; Immediately after its
election said board of directors shall select
from their number a president, vice-presi
dent, and secretary-treasurer, who shall
hold offce until June 1912, when their suc
cessors shall be selected by the boatd of di
rectors to be chosen in that month, and all
vacancies in offce and bhard shall be filled
by the remaining directors and at its dimo
lution this corporation shall be liquldated
by its president.
This act shall constitute, alse, the ortg
inal subscription list of the corporaton, as
signed.
Thus done and passed, in my offee at the
city of New Orleans, on the day, month and
year first before written, in the presence of
Alphonse J. ('uneo and James Thrifley,
competent witnesses, domiciled in this city,
who sign with said appearers and me, no
tary. after reading the whole.
(Original signed): Earl A. Bernard, 20
shares: A. G. Young, 5 shares: Ed. (Gtut
schl, 5 shares. (Witnesses): Alphonse J.
Cuneo, James Thriffiley.
J. B. Rossza, Ja., Not. Pub.
I, the undersigned recorder of mortgages
in and for the parish of Orleans, hereby
certify that the above and foregoing act
of incorporation of the "Osark Land Co."
was this day duly recorded in my ofce in
book 1051, folio -.
New Orleans, July 27th, 1911.
(Signed) BuILs LsONARD, D. R.
A true cJ.:BB.Rosas, J. Net. Pub
419 Hllbernia Bldg.
aug 3 10 17 24 81 sep 7 1911
CHARTER
of MAILHES AND COMPANY.
UNITED STATFS OF AMERICA, STATE
OF IOUISIANA. CITY OF NEW
ORLEANS.
BS I-T KwowN, that on this twenty-fifth
day of August, in the year of our lard
nineteen hundred and eleven, before me,
John Wagner, a notary public In and for
this parish, and in the presence of the here
leafter named wtlnesses, personally came
aad appeared the several parties whose
names are hereunto subscribed, who de
hlared that availing themselves of the laws
of Louisiana relative to the organization of
corporations, hereby form themselves, their
associates, assigns and successor. Into a cor
poration for the objects and purposes and
under the stipulations hereinafter set forth,
which they do adopt as their charter, to
wit:
ARTICLE I.
The name and title of this corporation
shall be "MAILHaas AND COMPANY," and un
der said name shall have and enjoy corpor
ate existence for a period of ninety-alne
years.
ARTICLE II.
The domicile of this corporation shall be
is the City of New Orleans, Louisiana, and
all citation and other legal process shall
be served on the Presient, and in his ab
semce or disability on the Vice President,
and in the absence or disability of both, on
the Seeretary-Treasurer. Said corporation
shall have power to contract, sue and be
sued; to make and use a corporate seal the
same to break or alter at pleasure; te hold,
receive, purchase, sell, rest, convey or mort
gage, under its corporate name, property,
both real and persnal ; to borrow lead
men and to execute notes; to make rules
S-laws r Its government, the same
alter or amend or change at pleasure,
and to s ail things l eeer to carry on
its bausiness.
ARTICLE II.
Tim eLcts sad PUsT or whlch this
usptmsstsm is E ai theo tmre e
"tei- _usm b k esesto e bli ir, IaSs
he;·4PPar 4a ;e
afend
LRTICLE IV.
The capital stock of this
hereby fixed at ten thousand
divided into four hundred shares
rval'e of twenty-five dollars
shall be paid for in cash, labor
I or property conveyed, which stock
non-assessible. Transfer of stock
I made only on the books of the
I under such rules and by-laws as
t established by the board of direeteL
corporation shall commence b
I three thousand dollars of stock
subscribed and paid for.
ARTICIE V.
All powers of this cororation
I vested In a board of directors,
three stockholders, said directors
elected annually by the stockholdms
A ft day of Februarv of each year,
tag February 1, 191i. At such
stockholder shall be entitled to
I oa each share of stock held by
case of any vacancy on the board,
cancy shall be filled by the
tors. The board of directors
In office until their successors
been elected and qualified, and
to hold meetings shall not have
of renderlng this charter null.
stockholders shall Ie held tn a
days' notice of such meeting
been given by the Secretary
S writing, either In person or by
stockholder ten days prior to
Ing.
Any member of the board *e-ga
S city or unable to attend a
give his proxy to another di
resent him at such meetings. I
'directors shall, inmediately after
tion, appoint t out of their nus
dent, a Vice l'reeid,.nt and a
Treasurer. The first ,board shall
until Feb. 1, 191:1. or until their
are elected, and aidhl first board
shall be comnposed of James It
Joseph Mallhes and Mhihel S.
James S. ;aunthreaux. lresida
Mallhes, Vice I're.ihlent, and
Mailhes, Secretary-'Treasurer.
ARTICLE VI.
This charter may be amen
porstion dissolved or ordered
three-fourths of the stock p
ing at a meeting of the it
f for that purpose. after the notice
above profided for
ARTICLEI VII.
I Whenever this company shal
I ed, either by liqiblatl on or
charter or otherw-oe, three I
r be appointed by the -tockhol
Sral meeting held after the
shall have been yiten. The
t shall remain in office until the
- dation of the comlpnyv. and in
or resignation or inability to =I.
f of the liquhlators, the at
relect a successor as abo e pro.
until such applointnut the
I dators shall art.
AltRTICLI VIIL
No stockholder shahl ever be
aible or liable for the faults or
of the company i-wond the
I that may be due biv thom in the
serlbed by them : ::a no Info
gaaliutlon shall h:ve the effect
lag this charter nnll or exposls n
holders to any li:a!.illy beye _
unpaid balance that may be il
stock subscription.
t THUs IDwtN AND P..ssrD,. Ia
1 317 Carondelet street, this
I day, month and year h,reina
In the presence of M\iesleurs
Stanson and John .1. MiClooey.,
I witnesses who lhere into sign
I with the said apeparera and 04
I said appearers wrltin oplposite
the number of share' of stock
,them, which shall act as the
tion list.
(Original signedI
I NAMES OF
I JOHN McCLOKEVY.
WILLIAM (IIRI.STIANSON.
JOHNY
I, the undersigned, R
gages, nl and for the
8tate et oolouiana, do berely
I the above and foregoing set o[
of e the Mallhes and Compasq
tl recorded in my of c 
New Orleans, Aug. 2 1
( ) EIIILE
Stt y JOHN
A 1a . Met. 7.14.I,

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