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George G. Brunseann,
Funeral Director and Embalmer,
143 MORGAN STREET. PHONE, ALGIERS oL.
GOOD Union Saloon.
L01 - MOESAW STKRET * *OS
COLD '"_" __
BEE Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars,
and Tobacco. UNION BEER
Theo. J. Lala,
The Grocer,
Dealer in High Class Food Products
LUMBER, SAND AND FIRE WOOD
Yard and Offles: 2i SstuIn StrLeet. AI.isldns. 4M 1 Pki llnd Aof
PHONE, CALGIERS 454-W.
When in Need of
CUT FLOWERS
WEDDING BOUQUETS AND
FUNERAL DESIGNS
Virgin
Can Supply You Promptly
Telephone, Write or Wire
838 Canal St.
Phone Main 667 New Orleane
Societies.
Where and When They Meet and Ad.
dresses of Their Officers.
Masonic.
8T8. JOHN LODGE NO. 153.
Sts. John Lodge No. 15 PF. and A.
M., meets every Tuesday evening in
Masonle Hall, corner Olivier St. and
Pelican Avenue at 7:30 o'clock.
W. M., Shade . Smith, 625 Belle
vile St.; . W., Fred H. Galt; J. W.
Adolph Spitstaden, Jr.; Treasurer, Geo.
Htrbert, Jr.; Secretary, L. J. Peterson,
518 Verret St.; Chaplain, C. A. Suth
erland; Tyler, W. Semat; Stewards,
W. Luas, J. M. Couget; 8. D., A. W.
oMuas; J. D, K. Dosher.
Pythian.
CRESCENT LODQE NO. 3
Crescent Lodge No. 2, . of P.,
meets every Friday night In Pythian
Hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Theo. Olsen. C. C.; Roger Chestnut,
V. C.; Jules B. Babin, M. W.; K. K
3ablr, 307 Delaronde St.. K. of IL and
S.; A. S. Covell, Prelate; L. J. Pet
orson, M. K.; C. Barthant, M. A.; C.
Miller, L O.; Lous Martin, 0.-.; P.
ter Clement, representative; Jules Be
bin, alternate; Louis Peterson, Dr. C.
V. Kraft and L. J. Burton, trus
tees; C. Miler, Janitor; Dr. Jno. A.
Wpp sand Dr. W. H. Weaver, physic.
lass; K. J. Mothe, undertaker; K. K.
eabi, oranist.
HALCYON LODGE NO. 6t.
Meets second and fourth Thursday
of each month; quarterly meetings,
irst Thursday in January, April. July
sad October, In Pyth!an Hall, at 7:30
p. .
OGustave Peterson, 23 Elmira Ave..
chancellor commander; August C.
Brill, vice chancellor; Geo. W. Stewart,
prelate; J. U. Lewis, master of work;
Win. . A. 8choll, 132 Laverne street,
keeper of records and seal; John
Porsier, muaster of Snance; Frank
Healng, master ot cheoquer; Jam-e
0. Stewart, masteraterms; J. T.
Hughes, inner guard; J. T. Stuherland,
duter guard; Joe. Hughes, r., grand
ledge representative; James O. Stew
art, lternate; Dr. J. K. Pollock for
Aiglems, Dr. C. F. elbke for Oretna
sad Dr. W. B Clark for New Orleans,
phlelars. Jno. A. Barnrett, under
. aser
VIRGINIA LODGE NO. 138.
VIrla Ia dge No 181, L i P.,
asse em the seemi aUd s toh Moen
da s eem mant ta PIthm Hal at
T:N0 p. m.
Chaaellor commader, W. 3 Ow
s, 440 aImrs Avl viea shamelr,
. Voestli; nel~ J. Peades bee
r a 'soiree aseisL . PG i. es
aiD aea ; m ler a I aresa
a; seterc A .. iDeinI
Ir ~4, W. Giowi: ealter o ,
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I. A. Uup; i wmsd -
- ms, .W. V. KWem.
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se, gI eeemla;a
Sts. John Chapter No. 35-Meets on
the second and fourth Mondays of
each month in Masonic Hall, at 7:30 +i
p. m.m
Worthy matron, Mrs. Eleanor Nel
i son, 323 Bermuda St.; worthy patron, n
Mr. Arthur Lucas; associate matron,
SMrs. Amelia Smith; secretary, Mrs.
:Augusta Burgis, 528 Bouny street; b
treasurer, Miss Selina Sutherland;
conductress, Mrs. Jennie Reyn- w
olds; associate conductress, Mrs. Ele.
lyn Corbett; warder, Mrs. Lily Good- Ko
lett; sentinel, Mr. John Cougett; Ada, h
Miss Olga Nelson; Ruth, Mrs. Flor
ence Amuedo; Esther, Mrs. Erminle In
Riebl; Martha, Mrs. May Pollock; El
eota, Miss Ruby Vanderlinden; chap
lain, Mrs. Lizzie Borden; marshal, Mrs.
Josephine Wearer; organist, Mrs. Vi- t
ola Huckins.
Woodmen Circle.
ORANGE GROVE NO. 9. C
Orange Grove No. 9-Meets on the f1
Sfirst and third Thursday of each month
in Pythian Hall, 7:30 p. m. m
Amelia Smith, guardian, 625 Belle.
ville Street.
Lizzie Borden. clerk, 549 Vallette Vi
Street; Via Demuth, assistant clerk. ha
Anna Vanderlinden, past guardian; n
Mary Jacobs, advisor: Hattie Tufts,
banker; Shade 0. Smith, attendant;
Louise B. Casanova, chaplain; Dr. J. II
Ernest Pollock, physician; Marguerite
" Capdevielle, inner sentinel; Josephine "
Mock, outer sentinel; Grace Pruitt, st
"Emma Short and Ida Hymel, managers;
Gertrude Back. organist; Jno. A. Ba y
rett; E. J. Mothe, undertaker. o
Benevolent Associations, by
GERMAN BENEVOLENT ASSOCIA- a
TION. st
Meets on the first Wednesday ev
Sery month at Renecky's Hall at 7:3M &
p. m. Julius Hambacher, president; s
ý, John Sprada, vice-president; George
SBrunssann, treasurer; Frank KEemer,
S435 Bonny St., recording secretary;
Philip Easinger, inanclal secretary;
F. M. Webert, Alix and Verret streets, o
chairman of sick committee; John di
ITeteberg, chairman of widow and or- at
Sphans' committee; Peter Benslnger "h
and Theodore Duverth; William Oden
wald, marshal; Dr. M. J. Manent, phy
sician; George Brunssann, undertaker. ibi
L Address all letters and communica. th
tions to Frank Kraemer. 535 Bellevlle
street.
ho
WORKINGMEN'S UNION At BE* t
NEVOLENT ASSOCIATION.
Meets every third Wedaeeday et
'each month at Pythian Hal t
John Schroder, Jr., President, Op.
lousas Ave. and Nunes St., or Court tcr
House. r
Louis P. Wills, Vice President, 15 s
Opelousas Ave.
C. E. Hildebrand, Treasure, 435 H
Atlantic Ave.
B. A. McCloskey, Recordting Seers
tary, 433 Bonny St.
. . abln, Financial Secretary, 113 I,
Verret 8t sn
0. . Brunnana, 0. M., 243 Morgan
St. Ii
P. Gauthrea, ergeant at Arms,
808 eoleviue St
Ed. Lawton, chairman a Relief Com.
mittee, 437 Opeloos.a.
Dr. J. R. Adams, physelan ale
0. O. Bruusasn, undertaker, 348
Morgan St.
Knights of Honor
ALGIERS LODE Ne. 2L .
Algmes Lade N 5 . nL ., .
mues everl third Tesday or eat
moth n Reeko Ma Hal,. emn r1.
and attursom streets.
Cn h . IP. hthertS. & P. D.; h
W. ~am~mn, 4letat; AlbUrt 3I
most as d .;tase; Patrick , are-t,s
srTersiw M D. Ui he4 Imaushl am
sen r: The A. 3kedqe NMe p; n
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CHARTER
OF JAMES SCALLEN REALTY COMPANY
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, STATE
OF IUISIANA, PARISH OF OR
LEANS.
Be it knewn, that on this thirty-first day
of the month of August, in the year of our
Lord one thousand nine hundred and eleven,
before me, John Wagner, a notary public.
in and for this parish therein residing, and
in the presence of the witnesses hereinafter
named and undersigned, personally came
and appeared the several persons whose
names are hereunto subscribed, who de
clared that, availing themselves of the laws
of oulsitana, relative to the organization of
corporations, they have formed and do here
by form themselves, their associates, suc
ceassrs and assigns into a corporation for
the objects and purposes and under the
stipulations hereinafter set forth, which
they hetreby adopt as their charter, to-wit:
ARTICLE "ONE."
The name and title of this corporation is
hereby declared to be "JAMES 8CALLEN
ItELI.tlrY t'MPI'ANY," and it shall have
and enjoy corporate succession for a period
of ninety-nine years, and shall have and
ex.rcl-iste for the purpose of the business to
lie carried on by it, all powers conferred by
law upon corporations, including the power
to recelve, purchase, leas,-, convey, sell,
nlortgage, pledge, improve and exchange.
and otherwise acquire and alienate proper
ty. blth real and persona!, In the prosecu
tion of its business : to contract, sue and tie
stteId; to make and use a seal. if it so de
sires, the saime to break or alter at pleas
ure; to make rules and by-laws for its
tovetrnmtent, the same to alter, amend or
change at pleasure; to make and employ
sullh iLtanager and employees as its busl
ness may reqlulre; and generally to exercise
all tlt1t powers necessary to carry on its
Iusi ness.
AIlTICLE "TWO."
The domicile of this corporation shall be
in the city of New Orleans, Loulsiana. and
all citation and other legal process shall be
served on the president, and in case of his
ah,,itene of disabilllty. on the vice-presidlent,
and inl case of alsence or disability of both,
,n tlhe' secretary-treaUsurer.
AlTICLE "TIIIIEE.'
Thie olbject'ts and purposes for whicht this
corporation is orgauized and the nature of
tI hi busiu-ess to be carried on by it, are
Ihtr-,eby declared toI le to biuy, sell, mortgage.
txtchainge, itnt-rove, bIllil or oth,-rwise tin
prove, or otherwlis, alienate or acquilre, and
generally to deal in real estate, improved
and unimproved. in this city or elsewhere.
for itself or for the account of others. as
principal or agent. tn commission or other
wih.; to lease and improve the same and
to generally carry on the real estate busI
ness.
AItTIt'LE "FOUI."
The capital stock of this corporation is
herely tixed at one hundred thousand dol
lars, divided into one thousand shares at
the par value of one hundred dollars each.
which stock shall be paid for in cash, labor
performed or property conveyed to the com
pany; the corporation shall have the right
to commence business when twenty-five
thousand dollars of the capital stock shall
have been subsecrbed for. All transfer of
stock shall be made on the books of the
company on the surrender of the outstand
ing certtficate. Said stock may be increased
in accordance with the laws of the state.,
ARTICLE "FIVE.'
The afairs of the corporation, including
the powers to buy, sell, mortgage or in any
wise acquire or alienate the property, both
real and personal, shall be managed by a
hoard of directors, composed of three stock
holders. The directors shall be elected an
nually by ballot by the stockholders on the
second Tuesday of January of each year,
commencling on the second Tueesay of Jan
uary 1913. Each stockholder shall be en
titled in person or by proxy to a vote of
each share of stock owned by him, and such
election shall be held under the rules as
may be adopted by the board of directors.
The directors thus elected shall continue in
omce until their successors shall have been
elected, and no failure to elect shall be re
garded as a forfeiture of this charter. Any
vacancy occurring on the board shall be
filled by the remaining directors. The
hoard of directors shall at their first meet
ing after their election, nominate and
elect out of their number a president, vice
president and a secretary-treasurer. Until
the dtrst election as above specified, Mr.
James 8. Gautreaux shall be president ; Dr.
henry E. 6;autreaux abhall be vice-president,
and Irs. Mary Scallen Gautreaux shall be
secretary-treasurer, which three shall con
stitute the board of directors until the said
election above specified. All meetings of
stockholders, whether general or special,
shall be held after notice of said meeting
shall be given in writing to each stockholder,
by the secretary-treasurenr, either in person
or by mall, ten days prior to said meeting.
ARTICLE "SIX."
At the termlnatlon of this charter, either
by llmltation or otherwise, the buslnes or
afalrs shall be lilquidated by two conmmis
sionera to be appointed from among the
stocholders at a meeting convened for that
purpoe, after the ten days' notice required
above, said commisstoners to be elected by
a maJority of the votes east at such elc
tion. Sald eommissioners shall remain In
oke until the affairs of the corporation
shall have been liquidated ,and is cae of a
vacancy the same shall be Aled by the
stockholders h lihke manner, until such time
the survivor shall eoatlaue to aet.
ARTICLE "SEVEN."
T carter m he cehanged or altered
or amended or the cornoration shall be
dissolved or ordered liqudated by a vote of
to-thirds o the capital stock represented
at a mting o te s tockbolders convened
for that purpose, alter the ten days' notiee
shall have been given as above specifed.
-ARTICLE "EIGHT."
1o stoekbolder shil ever he id resono
Ible or liable for the eontracta or fltuls of
the cororation In any iurther suam than
the unpaid perton of the stok umcribed
by him. nor all any mere informality In
orgniatlon habve the elfeet of rebdrlig
this charter null or of exposing the stock
holers to any liability beopnd the unpaid
telae a e on tha stoct wb
(eus done and parsed g my ece, 317
Caronaeet street, this ety,. on the y,
month and year herein first abone riten,
In the presence o Messiurs Wlliaam C Cile.
witnesse abo bereuto avgn their names
ith thbe sDa Psarer sad mPe notary, af
ter reading of wholea, ts asd apparers
wrtlng tes n ubr af srtres of sglt esb
eribed y them opp their name whicha
shall serve a atock ubercrbion it,
(Original sIgped) James s Gautraut,
0shes May a. Ganteau 4o3 shares;r
to autorse my wiei, esry . Oatreux ;
,enyE. Oan_ Mm _., .,one share.
(Witneses): Jobs I. MeClos1key, Willlui
I. the undersigneo recorder mtes,
in and for e prih o
Louiala, do hereby ertif that the ajb v
and foregoing act of inarmlpeetlon tel
James call Realt, Compa~ was Mths
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CHARTER
ST. JAMES HOTEL COMPANY.
STATE OF LOUISIANA, I'AItISll OF OR
LEANS, CITY OF NEW ORLEANS.
Bl iT KNow.N that on this thirty-first day
of tue month of July, In the
year of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and eleven, and of tie
independendce of the United States of Amer
ica the one hundred and thirty-fifth, before
me, Etheired Macaulay Stafuord, a notary
puollc duly commissioned, sworn and quai
mtled, la and for the said city and parisu of
Orleatns, therein residing, persunaly came
and appeared the persons whose names are
hereunto subscribed, who declared that,
availing themselves of the provisions of the
laws of this State, In such cases provided,
relating to the organlsation of corporations.
they have covenanted and agreed, and do
by these presents covenant and agree, bind,
tormn and constitute themselves, as well as
such other persons as may hereafter join or
become associated with them, into a cor
poration and body politic, in law, for the
objects and purposes, and under the agree
ment and stapulations following, to wt:
ARTICLE L
The name and style of this corporation
shall be the ST. JAMES liorat. CoxMANt,
and under that name it shall have and en
joy all the rights, advantages and privi
leges granted by law to corporations; it
shall exist for the period of nlnety-nine
years from this day; it shall have power to
contract, sue and be sued in its corporate
name; to make and to use a corporate seal,
and the same to alter and break at pleas
ure; to hold, receive, purchase, convey,
mortgage, hypothecate or pledge property,
both real and personal; to Issue bonds,
notes, or other obligations or negotiable
lnstruments; to have and employ such man
agers, directors, officers, agents and other
employees as the Interest and convenience
of said corporation may require or demand;
to make and establish by-laws, rules, regu
lations, etc., for the corporate management
and control of the affairs of the corpora
tion as may be deemed necessary or expedi
euL
ARTICLE II.
The domicile of said corporation shall
be in the city of New Orleans, in this State,
hut it may establish offices and agencies
throughout the United States or tureign
countries. All citations and other legal
process shall be served on the president,
and in his absence on the vice president.
ARTICLE 1II.
The objects and purposes for which this
corporation is organized and the nature of
the business to be carried on by it, ar
hereby declared to be: To own, lease, pur
chase and opelrate hotel or hotels In the'
State of Louisiana and elsewhere, mnd par
ticularly to own and operate the St. James
hotel at Hammond, Tangipahoa parish, of
this State of Louisiana; to do and perform
any and all things necessary appertaining
to the hotel business.
ARTICLE IV.
The capital stock of this corporation is
fixed at the sum of Five Thousand .Collars
t#5i,000.00), divided into Five Hundred
shares, at the par value of Ten lollars
tl10.00) per share, each of which shall be
paid for In cash, or its equivalent thereof.
ARTICLE V.
All shares of stock shall be full paid and
nonassessable. No transfer of stock shall
be blnding upon the corporatioa unless
made upon its books, and all certilleates of
stock shall be signed by such officers as
may be designated by the board of direc
tort-s.
ARTICLE VL
Aft the corporate powers of the company
shalr be vested in and the management and
control of its affairs shall be exercised by
a board of directors, composeed of three
stockholders, which number may be increas
ed or diminished at the discretion of the
board of directors. A majority of the di
rectors shaH constitute a quorum for the
transaction of all business. The directors
shall be elected annually by ballot by the
stockholders on the second Monday in Au
gust, in each year. Each stockholder shall
be entitled in person or by proxy to a vote
for every share owned by him and stand
ing in his name on the books of the cor
poration at the time of the election or
meeting, and all elections shall be held un
der such rules and regulations as may be
determined by the board of directors, but
after ten days' notice of such election shall
have been sent to each stockholder at his
last known address. The directors thus
elected shall continue n offttice for one year.
No failure to elect shall be regarded as a
forfeiture of this charter. Aay vacanyc oc
curring on said board shall be filled by the
remanlag directors for the unexpired term,
the said board shall be filled by the remain
ing directors for the unexpired term, the
said board shall likewtis elect the addl
tlonal members in case they should deter
mine to increase the number of the board,
as above provided. Said board of directors
shall, at its irst meeting, after the elec
tion, elect out of Its number a president,
a vice president, a secretary and a treas
urer. It may combine the two last named
otffices into one, or- may even elect a secre
tary who need be neither director nor stock
holder. Said board shall have the right
to appoint and dismbls such clerks and man
aer4 and other employe, of the corpora
ea, he·l t tLse cretary, who is not
a stockholder, or director, as conditions
may Justity or the boslneas of the eorpoa
tion may require. The tenure of office of
all the empoye of the cpotion shall
rbe drcn the plemsure of te board of di
rectors
ARTICLE VIL
No stockholder shall ever be held liable
or reponsible for the contract, faults, or
debts of the mid e a-ton. nr shl any
mere larality in it orsganalistion have
the eeet of nderlg this eharter nul,
or of expog a stekhidcr to aay Iliability
fe h g or al or crepre,.
Sdissolved wlth the asnt of i
the tholde ow r a majority of all
tle sto of thecororaieM ata e eral
balas a days written notie orf the
hto ma is ladi-o so at oi lst
sorrw ia oh lmst
In eae of d olutit.n, by the expiatioe
of th chartr or otherwise, the stock
holdest rba lert thrlm Iiqudatore from
their number to Iluddate and set the
bilns and aarlir o the ompauy. in
a of disabUi of o aid cmmis
stoner a Io llitxr, as he_ ervei of the
remeaini )liqutec s h aell aIppir a suc
cessor to him.
Untll the elctien to he he on the rse
and Monday is Augut, 1912, the follow
in stoe oldeara sahell eonsttue the fe t
Ln bourteois, Mrs. L 5. Boueos and
MissY. toh mmnan with o I. Uoer. sas
pre 3.. Vnhdman, srecr uar W. pand
treasures. t
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BREWERY PHONE .
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DEALER IN TE CHOICEIST
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CHARTER
OF TIIE L P. LE lIARlIY BROKERAGI"
COMPANY.
SUNITED STATES OF AMERICA, STATE
OF LOUISIANA, CITY OF OR
LEANS, PARISH OF
ORLEANS.
B rr IT OWN, that on this fifteenth day
of the month of August, in the year one
thou.and, nine hundred and eleven, before
me, Robert Legier, a notary public, duly
commissioned and qualified in and for the
parish of Orleans, State of Louisiana. afore
said, therein residing, and in the presence
of the witnesses hereinafter named and un
dersigned, personally came and appeared the
persons whose names are hereunto subscrib
ed, who declared that availing themselves
of the provisions of the laws of this State
relative to the organisation of corporations,
they have covenanted and agreed to do, by
these presents, covenant and agree, bind,
form and constitute themselves, as well as
such other persons, as may hereafter join
or become associated with them into a cor
poration and body politic in law and for
the objects and purposes and under the
agreements and stipulations following, to
wit:
ARTICLE I.
The name and style of this corporation
shall be L. P. LEz IIaor BoKsEaAas COM
PANT, and under that name it shall have
and enjoy all the rights advantages and
privileges granted by law to corporations;
It shall exist for a period of ninety-nine
years from the date hereof; it shall have
power to contract, sue and be sued in its
corporate name; to make and use a corpor
ate seal, and the same to break or alter at
pleasure; to hold, receive, purchase, sell
and mortgage property, real, personal or
mixea ; to issue bonds, notes and other ob
ligatl ions; to have and employ such man
agers, directors and other employes as the
Interest and convenieince of said corpora.
tion may require or demand; to make and
establish such by-laws, rules and regula
tions for the corporate management and
control of the affairs of said corporation as
may be deemed necessary or expedient.
ARTICLE II.
The domicile of this corporation shall be
in the city of New Orleans, State of Louisi
ana, but it may establish offices and agen
cies throughout the United States, its vari
ous territories and foreign countries. All
citations and other legal process shall be
served on the president, and in his absence
on the vice president of said corporation.
In case of the absence or inability of both
of said officers then said process shall be
served on the secretary-treasurer.
ARTICLE III.
The objects and purpuses far which this
corporation is organised and the nature of
the business to be carried on by it are
hereby declared to be: To deal in, buy and
sell, for its own account or for account of
others, sugar, rice and molasses; to act as
broker or agent is the purchase and sale
of this sugar, rice, molasses and their by
products for the account of individuals,
firms or corporations, and generally to do
and engage in any such business, under
taking or enterprise connected with, grow
lag out of, germane or incidental to a gen.
eral sugar, rice and molasses brokerage
business.
ARTICLE IV.
The capital stock of this corporation is
hereby fixed as the sum of Three Thousand
Dollars, divided into 30 shares of the par
value of One Hundred Dollars each, which
shall be paid for is cash, or may be issued
at not less than per for property purchased
by, yr services actually rendered to said
corration. All shares of stock shall be
full paid and non-assessable. No transfer
of stock shall be binding upon the corpora
tion unless made upon its books.
ARTICLE V.
All the corporate powers of this company
shall be vested in, and the management and
control of its business and aalras shall be
exercised by a board of directors composed
of three stockholders, a majority of whom
shall constitute a quorum for the transac
tion of all business. Said directoro shall
be elected annualy by ballot of the stock
holders on the second Tuesday in July of
each year. Each stockholder shall be en
titled in person, or by written poe, to
one vote of each share of stock owned by
him and standlng in his same e the books
of the company. All electies shall be held
under such roles and regulatlsen as may
be determined by the board of directors, but
after at least te days' notice of such elec
tion shall have been given to each stock
holder at his last known address, or by
publileation for at least ten dys inl one
of the daily newspapers publishbed in ther
city of New Orleans. The directors thus
elected shall coantinue in office for one year,
or until their eeccessors shall have been
duly elected and qualified No failure to
hold an election shall e regarded as a
frfetitre of this charter. Any vacancy oc
aring on said board of directors shall be
filled by the remaining directors for the un
expired term. id board of directors shall,
at its rst mestin, elect from among its
number a pref at, a vice preeldnt, a sec
retary and a treasurer. It may combine
the two last mentioned offices and may
J. SPRADA'S CA.
FIRST-CLASS oERMAN SAL
Just at Ferry Landing ALG
DIXIE BEER, Always Fresh. All Other Bottlc Beers.
Liquous, Cigars, Etc. HOT MEALS A ALL
PFarelisd Rsus at Popular Prices First
IrnnnrnIrn Delivered to y
prices that will
i lVkllElU with any in the
-RAl ShIRhusvA , 'hoN All 531.,
even aPinu a ... .tary who m
,toc'kh ldb : .
\i:T't LE VL
No stouk1, ",r shalll ever be
or resp,,nribi, for the coatranl
debts of :t i orporatioa, e
mere inforrmality in its
the effect of r.n hering t -
or of exp.oin, a st ckbolder
ity beyond th.. unpaid balaag -
snares of sto k owsned by k.t
ARTICLE VII
This act of incorporation
modified or altere,l. or this
be dissolved with the asat
holders owning a maJortty at
the corporation, at a general
for that purpoac, and la th
form prescribed In Article V
In case of the dissolutloa at
tion by the expiration of its
erwise, the stockholders
liquidators from among thg
meeting which decides to
liquidators shall have fall
thority to settle the b
of the company. In case
inability of any one of said
survivors shall appoint a
ARTICLE VIII.'
I'ntil the election to hb
1912. the following a
shall constitute the first
Louis P. Samsot. William
I'. Lellardy, with the said
sot as president, William i.
president, and L. P. Leila
treasurer.
THUS DONS AND PASSaE St
the city of New Orleans, on
and year herein first above
presence of Theodore A. Bell
Troyani, both of this city,
messes, who have hereadl
names with the said appeare
tary. after due reading of tlL
Original signed:
Wm. M. arle,
Louis P. Sat,0
L. P. LeIa
T. A. BECK.
ANT. TROYANI.
OBI RT '
I., the undersigned IRsasiw
for the Parish of
Louisiana. do hereby certI
and foregoing act of in
L P. Lellardy Brokerage
this day duly recorded ls
Book 1051. folio ..
New Orleans. La.. A
EMILE
A true copy.
ROBDE?
(Seal)
Aug. 17, 24, 31, Sept. T,
Geo. E. Ba
Novels, Schlm
Sportiageeds
Cigars sad l
Preapt A
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