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Algerines at Law.
CIVIL DISTRICT COURT. * '.I1 s Succession of John I. Hulse; tutor ship.-Robt. O'Connor. Succession of Jeremiah B. Collins; tutorship.-A. J. Cahill. Emancipation of Peter and Agnes Collins; Judgments of emancipation. M. S. Mahoney. Succession of Lou'sa Bourgeois, wife of Louis Williams, et al.; possession. -M. S. Mahoney. CONVENTIONAL MORTGAGES. Mrs. Hagar Connor to Enterprise Merchandise Co., $24, I note, 1 year, 8 per cent., all rights, title, etc., in lot, Jackson, Vallette, Verret and Homer. -Mahoney. Mrs. Matilda Schild, wife of Winm. Barker, to Interstate T. & B. Co., $800, 1 note, 1 year, 8 per cent., lot, Brook lyn avenue, Teche, Homer and New ton.-Mahoney. Mrs. Mary C. Marclante, wife of Au gust Babin, to E. B. Ellis, $800, 1 note, 1 year, 8 per cent., 8 lots, Seguin, Bouny, Eliza and Alix.-Manion. Spoiled It All. A farmer went to bear John Wesley preach. Wesley said be would take up three topics of thought. He was talk. ing chiefly about money. His first was, "Get all you can." The farmer nudged a neighbor and said: "This is strange preaching. I never beard the like be fore. This is very good." Then Wes ley discoursed on "Industry." "Activl ty," "Living to Purpose," and r'ached his second division. "Save all you can." The farmer became more ex elted. "Was there ever anything like thisr he said. Wesley denounced thriftlesneas and waste. and be satil nlsed the willful wickedness whicb lay ishes in luxury, and the farmer rubbed his bands, and be thought. "All this I have been taught from my youth up," sad what with getting and what with boarding It seemed to hblm that "sal watos" had come to his boose. But Wesley advanced to bid third bead. whib wasu "Give all you can." "Ab. dear; ab. dear." said the farmer; "be hd lgoe sad spoiled It all" A Deosptie Fish. A aturallat who Is tamlitar with Ceylon writes: "in the clear water of Oslombo harbor it' is not uncommon to as fallen and faded leaves of the Stree floating a short distance be how the hurface or sinking slowly to the bottom. Certain small fish, comrn mell known as se bats, mimia these lesaves both n form and color Is order to escape detection. Both ia shape and color they look when in the water like waterlogged leaves, but wbh removed from their native ele meat tbhis resemblance 4I immediately t) nt. They flat i the water belt sde. ys sad aIl swim nl the same dirnc Cs, turning simultaneously. On one eseesele Mr. Willey attempted to cap tum woe of the sew beta t a rock peel. sad detly be made a plunge with the head set saw nothing except p Wht h tek to be a ark lat slowly a Ioertly sink to the bottom. To his w smtlebmret. as be withdrew the net . -the ampposed leat righbted ita and a darted away." Calam.tle ef Autheres etmer was a begger; Plautus turned a sIt; Terence was a slave; :Cervantes, the author of "Don Quixote," died of u h1agerp Bacon lived a life of mean a ss and distress; Raleigh died on the ac oabdl; peoser, the chbarming, died a wt; the death of CollIas was through t geet, ait eausing mental derange- , mat; Mitoa sold hisb copyright of a "Padisa Loat" for £15; Dryden died H i poverty and distress; Olrway died premattnely and through bhunger; Lee ta died Ia the gtter; 8teeleo lived a ife o at pwfeet warfare with bellla; Gold aith's "Vicar of WakefIeld" was sold Sra trltf to save him from the gip eIt lw; arvage died lo priao at Brl , where he was coonfaned for a debt 4f 48; Butler lived a life of penury and ed poor: Chatterton. the child of a gel usad misfortune, destroyed him- t dr Raly Heree RNae Prises. Prim for wlnners of borse races headeds o years ago toot ecrious bse. The earliest was the "brig *sr" or olden bridle. After thisb the a ngand was a belL This u takeno trom the austom ieet oewers of pack borses of dee a the best horse, whblb led theo eaviada with a bell so that on dark Alights and ia dangerous places the da Wherboeuts of the leader agt be o baswe and the others follow bldlyt o At Carltle aUver bells r raced f pr i t t e a s t rooa pem a n d d a h a m e s Sad epaetmes of these elam are dIt ie d In the town hal--t. James' ar Car Piaylas. *a Iatag b•an. t lad lh la the maimts eatut, It wa atroduced ato h L P orWatals some ttre prkir rz h to tbam~th estery. Saracems : ,the amememet . Spats he. T taste for the game ,n 4lee to he iaged i ahet the - g I ppweare eIa Pae wasu i-i- ed ho ah ree r a that- ase r sh W eralile etsr w er ae *w -hu o mnal i l,-8lw Ybe _:-. A ,,asd , .k am. , . o~bletarj eta .galae i nvilu mialh chmuinss Edawesr hon ** p REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. tutor- State of Louisiana (Chas. P. Whe lan) to Julius Bodenger, certain lots, lins: Pacific, Atlantic, Eliza and Evelina. $27.67 cash.-Sullivan.. Sa:ne (James Murry) to same, lot, Nunez, Teche, Bringier and Magellan, $19.10 cash.-Sullivan. Land Development Co. of La., Ltd., to Shepard Smith, Jr., lot, Newton, on. Brooklyn, Homer and Teche, $23.76 cash. Same to BenJ. Hamilton, Jr., lot, Webster, Diana, Wagner and DeAr prise mas, $28.21 cash.-Cotonio. ar, 8 L. M. Dudoussat to Caroline Cam lot, bridge, lease of Property No. 223 New tmer. ton, between Brooklyn and River, for five months at $5 per month.-Private. Wm City of New Orleans (Wid. Leon hard Pridolin) to Julius Bodenger, 5-10 ook of lot, Elmira, Eliza, Belleville and sew Evelina, $13.95 cash.-Legier. BUILDING PERMIT. Au- -- - note, Oliver i)orsey owner and builder, tuin, double cottage, slate roof, Opelousas, Teche, Brooklyn and Slidell, $900. t, i. - The End at Last. ley Miss Sparhawk believed in "baving up tlotbes appropriate to occasions," and alk- she graded her wearing apparel with 'as great care. She boasted, and with rea ged son, that she could "get more wear out nge of a dress" than any one else in Canby be When the garment was past its first. second and third stages of usefulness Jvi for public wear it was relegated to cer bedtain seasons of domestic stress, from t yon which it passed eventually to the rag t ex bag. One gingham, long dear to Miss like Sparbawk's beart, bad reached this d last stage, and she acknowledged it one ati day t the village seamstress. av "Don't seem as it I'd had half the good I expected to out of it," she said f s I wistfully. ""Tlsn't but eight years P." since I had it made up. Two years I ith wore It Sundays; the next two, sewing l circle afternoons; next two. when I ut went errands to the village and these last two round the bouse, common. But ' now"-and she regarded the bundle sorrowfully before stumng it Into the f yawning piece bag-"now tlsn't even ft to bang out washing In Mopdays"- Youth's Companion. y Ith Io o Pewerful Paper. t 0 4 surveyor when inspecting one of tU the cottages under his care had his d attention called by the tenant to a large diagonal crack In one of the 01 walls, close to whleb they were stand d lag, with the remark from Mrs. YI Bodge, "I am afraId. sir, as the old ti Sbouo be a-coming down. sir." o "We will see to tbhis," said the agent, and, taking from his pocket a ad Sfew strip of stamp edging, be pasted them transversely over the issure so a ý that be might on hbl nest visit see $ e whether the crack had extended and di Swhether it was a settlement or not. t S On hie calling about a month after k ward be found the pieces of stamp ye h edging still remaining unbroken and, a pt pointing out to the old lady that the lo track bad not opened any farther. ad was amused wltb this unhesitating - Sremark: "Yes. sir, but who'd ma d thought as two or three suhb bits ot paper would ha' hbed un together'- London Answers hL The Te Drinkers, te The chronic tea drinkers of this cohn ftry are generally the kitchen girls ' and women who remain in the kitchen c n and in the house a great deaL The teapot is constantly on the stove, and h the strong, stale brew. full of tannk Sacd and bitter eaxtractlvea, is pooured ' into the stomach at frequent intervals. d Here we get not only the stimulation d of the caffrein, but the irritation of the tannn derivatives on the stomach mu- b cous membrane. The eooner or later Saresult is sleeaplemness, san Irrltable. to Stretty dispaitloaL nervous dyspepsad or l P ven gastrltis and constlpation. Of course the treatment is to stop the eause, treat the tinsomnia. dyspepsia Sand constlpation and give fresh aIr. ie tuasters show earlier than other itndividais deay of the teeth. Cba. dreno up to Ofteen years bol not drink coffee or tea regularly.-Journd of Amerlean Medical Amoeiaton. Osmen Pasha' Daring.. On of the moat galiant eneral that ever surrendered to the enemy wu Oman Pasha, the immortal de fender of Plevna. Surrounooded by as Immeasurably superiork army of Ba . Osan kept his lag fldyln for 142 days infla~ktg a los of 40,000 men on the seemy end lknog 80.000 of Ms own rriso. It was only when both provisions snd ammunition faied that he decided on that desperate attempt to et bh way through the tvesUtl army. The attempt, one of the Uat darlain nd resolute nla history, hlded, and Osman was at last conpeled to admit defeat 8o Impreemed. howevemr, we the enemy with his valer that as he was carried wounded throogh their rtanh tbhe greeted him as a roaqee ,g with cheers and presented arms. Net the Lttle Thga, "It is the nttle thtinos in tMs weel r Ilat esse he men treh-I" II' "Net t af bislms" "ei tlio tha eteark "it's the ig Slags th A wmess of wheil waut ip git iss i 55 shses.-.ner s P hr, Vsi " l be tIs rather 4a dlum I g mek sene ." - W he pemia mit a ilm ge M ra r Ibi it (i __ asse assrrr sr~rpr~anes f USkhsftsp,~;~li Reu~w4~ -n. , g ·~:i t Pabm A 2IDOW'S OLD HORSE e, M. QUAD Copyright. 111. by Asoedated Lit . ary Pres. Whe- One day the Widow Saunderson lots, was in town, and she ound a hbonree ulina. auction going on. The last of the bunch to be put up was an old gray lot, mare. She was skin and bone and hllan, the some more. The auctioneer did not slander her character when he Ltd., called her an old skate. rton, There was a general laugh of con 23.76 tempt over the old mare, and then some one bid $2. Out of pure sym lot, pathy the widow bid a dollar more, eAr- and the nag was hers. She was guyed by the crowd, but the prize was hitch 'am- ed behind the wagon and reached the few- arm in due time without having once faor llen by the wayside. There were two hired men to grin and chuckle and talk about crow banquets, but the we man silenced them with: 5-10 "Get along, you Idiots! Turn that and horse out to grass and take good care of her. If she dies her hide will be worth all I paid for her whole body." This was early into the spring. When Sthe old mare began to fll up she began der, to lmprove. In a month her rlbs could sas, no longer be counted from the high. . way, and she began to gambol a bit. It was when another horse was turned t I- nto the lot with her of a Sunday that - the surprise came. One of the men h came up to the house and said to Mrs. Saunderson: lin "Say. you come down to the fence md and see that old mare!" Ith "Dead. Is she?' va "Dead! Why, she's the livellest old +, out nag you ever set eyes on! Oome n by down!" rat. The two borses were having a play. a ts It was a ten acre meadow, and they I rr were clrcling it. The farm horse was n' on on the gallop and the old mare on itg the trot, and yet he could not leave d i ber behind. his "She got that gait before a sulky for ,oP sure," said the man. "Looks like It to me," replied the i, he widow. "After this you feed her a lid few oats every day and use the curry rc comb, and don't either one of you boys 1 say a word outside." a The Akron county fair, always held to late n September. ranked next to the ts state fair. Some said the horse racing ta was even better, because the tract ut was better. When the opening of the le netriee was announced the Widow au e Saundrson said to one of her men: t S"Joe, here's the money to enter Lady b Oray. You can claim to be the owner. You go over to Jobonsotile and bor-. t row or buy a sulky and get it here on h the sly. The old mare is going into ho t the free for all, and you are going to is drive her." en a And a few days later she seld to the u le other man: - "Tim. here is a hundred dollars e a You go to town and loaf around fort ' d two or three days. Bet the money onb our horse. Get the best odds you can." te When day and date came they boot a ed the widow's hired man and his to d equine They bad bet 5 to I before, bo b now they bet 16 to 1. The widow had a e $400 in the bank. She drew every tra d dollar of it out, and Tim placed It em tlo the mare. That was a race that is talked of 1n p yet. A green driver, an old sulky and a L a farm bores. As soon as the mare e got on to the track her actions betray- s r ed the fact that it was a familiar cot scene to her, and her driver had the n soese to let her take her own way in- la Sstead of haullag her about Wen the st - tbneb got away at last be simply held of hls horne estdy and prayed with all one his might. he had "gone some" oa n the highway, but e seemed to be y-. E Ing now. She piketd up borse after o bore until bho had the lead, and shers came in winner by such a distance that the other bormen were booted of un I the track. Not a skip, not a break-- T just a fast and steady pace, and a nu I driver who was so scared that be had sc to be helped down from bhls seat SThe roll of money gpthered tn by the Widow Saunderson on be wagers and o by the dale of the mare after the race Its was exactly the eise of a ffteen eat *mt tomato can. With the bandle ino a p- for lowallp she called on the mitlster of iCe her church a few days later and sid: "Parson. I know you have gum a a thlings op. ow much to paint the meeuing heose?" al "A hundred and itty dobar," he re "And bow mueb for pew ecshios? "A hundred." i "And for the red erptins the aisle ?" "ity will do It," aI And Eaa' we get an orga n beino "We etainl ea." so And a helfl stoe "Two hundrerd" , ratio "And how muh slry is duee'ye.? "WeU--l --well. I de't dee ts say o, bet the samn iso about #20'" "Figre It aup and counat it et, pa No sen" md the widow as slre bhdd o o*r the "tomato ea." bais "Bt. wieaw. I doe't inetas" of "WYo it at the eounty ti the ether ratio day." chart "Tien I oe't tae ft. It is taanted "Phrs, dea be an Muet Tem mue· n sha wh opait the meetig hems wll 1 th swar . The men who east tei ber i0 ewill pwur. re'll be sweag evd - the cmLaegs sad carpets and arn, bo be ate-- d money ja as mwee t he Sthis moey. You wat to swear eer yea heck meary, a any gIne, the m ae! Thera. ewr l AndthsW p sra seek ( Seesiad ULe it wa my I have yam earl Pew @-Wht are yes-a YiYiSUss h.ol In - an t Dw I a d6 ha aht 'meethea n the maae ixn u was w these oa CHARTER OF DIXIE TRADING ('"OLPANY. I'NITEI) STATES OF AMtiRI(A. STATE OF IOI'ISIANA. PARIStII OF O)t LEANS, (ITT OF NEW ORLEANS. Be it known, that on this sixteenth day of the month of September. in the year oin thousand nine hundred and eleven, and of arOB the independence of the United States of America the one hnudred and thirty-stth, borse before me, Scott E. Beer, a notary public in and for the parish of Orleans, state ,of the Louisiana. therein residing, duly sworn. com missloned and qualified, and in the presence of the witnesses hereinafter named and un and dersigned. personally came and appeared the several parties whose names are hereunto r subscribed, who severally declared that p be availing themselves of the laws of the state of Louisiana in such cases made and pro vided, they have contracted and agreed, and by these presepts contract, agree and bind themselves, as well as all other persons who then may become associated with them, to form a corporation for the objects and purposes 17f1 and under the articles and stipulations as o follows, to-wit : u3ed ARTICLE I. ItCh The name of the corporation shall i.e I the DIXIE TRADING (' COMIANY. by which name the said corporation shall have and enjoy corporate existence and succession for were the term of ninety nine years from and at and ter the date hereof, unless sooner dissolved according to law. Its domicile shall he in WO- the city of New Orleans, state of loulsiana. It shall have power to contract, sue and be ailed: to make and use a corporate seal, and t that the same to break or alter at pleasure: to a care hold, receive, lease, purchase, sell, convey, t as well as to mortgage and hypothecate, un- . I b der its corporate name, property real and I * personal and- mixed: to borrow and lend t money, and to give and receive all manner e of securtlies therefor: to name and appoint a elan such managers, directors, olIcers and agents I Id and employees as the interests of this cor- [ Sporatlon may demand, and to make and es igb- tablish such by-laws, rules and regulations for the management of this corporation as t may be deemed necessary and proper, and f red the same to alter and amend at pleasure. f ARTICLE II. All citations and other legal process shall c se served on the presildent, and in his ab a sence on the vice-president, and in his ab mC sence on the secretary of this corporation. ARTICLE III. old The purposes for whic.h this corporation c Is establi~lhed and the nature of the bush- a n ness to be carried on by it are hereby de- o clar.-,d to I.e. to carry on in the city of New o Orleans. It.. and elsewhere, the wholesale lay. and retail liquor business. and to that end. hey to tuy and se.ll, at wholesale and retail. or ell ier. liquirs and spirits of all kin,. Iwa whatsoe-er: and 'enerally to do all thing- c: on and act- related to the said business and ti connected therewith or which may is' oci- hn aye dental thereto. cl SARtTICLE IV.t The capital stock of this corporation is of hereby flxed at the sum of ten thousand at the dollars ($10,000), to be represented by one pt a hundred shares (ltoh of the par value of to one hundred dollars t$100) each, which pl T7- capital stock may be increased or decreased ai Dye in compliance with the laws of the state of ar Louislana. Stock to be issued at such times le and in such amounts as the board of direc- at old tors may determine. The board of directors je he shall have the power to issue shares of tit stock at not less than par in payment for th ing labor actually done for the benefit of this ca lCt corporation or for the actual value of rights co and property transferred to and received by tle this corporation, or for other valuable con Dw siderations as the board of directors may determine. Any such issue, however, must ia he by the unanimous action of the whole Ila 4, board of directora. te Each and every stockholder shall be en- va titled to one vote for each share of stock lst Di. standing in his name on the books of this alt corporation. Each stockholder may give tot his proxy in writing to any other stock ate holder of this corporation, to represent him be tg at all meetings of the stockholders of this so. corporation. The action of the stockhold- est era, to be effective, must in all cases be the sal k unanimous action of all the subscribers bit hereto. the This charter shall be in full force and i effect and this corporation shall be a going fot concern as soon as four thousand dollars cot b$4,000) of its capital stock shall have in D* been subscribed for. er La ste ARTICLE V. pal All the corporate powers of this corpora tion shall be vested in and exercised by a n, board of directors to be composed of three ad stockholders of this corporation ,any two 1 of whom shall constitute a quorum for the abs f7 transaction of the business of this corpora- of tion. The first board of directors shall be ec chosen by the stockholders at the first meet- of ing of the stockholders to be held on the the g 21st day of September, 1911. The follow- tra ing boards of directors shall be elected an- the nually on the 21st day of September. and h All directors shall hold ofce until their ' successors are elected and qualified. All bZ e such elections shall be at the olce of the o re corporatio, and by ballot. Notice of ever Jan W such election shall be given all stockbol- yea era ten days prior to the date of said meet. tit! e- ing for election; by a letter directed to each vot 4 stockholder as per the address given by him and on the books of this eorporatlolr The bea m Id o directors shall hold ore for the term of dirt one year. Anyvacancy in the board shall 5t be iled or the remainder of the term by S the remaining directors. S Each director shall own at lead one share i of stock. Each director shall have the to W powerton to appoint a prox in ritin to repxe 5 resent him at the meetinga of the board, bat h samid proxy must he a stockholder of this r corporation. All acts of the board must be a unanimous. sel SThe horard of direcetors shall, as oon s A elected by the stockholders, elect from its shal Snumbei a president, a vice-president and a or j secretary. slot ARTICE VI. lean SW Cnever this corporation shall be dais-ha solve, whet he by limitation or otherwioe and *its affairs shail he liquidated by two om f missionera to he appointed from among the T ttocholder convened is general mestin Ir for the said purpose, of whieh meeting all itce shall he given In the manner and time gow prescribed by the neat article of thia ehar- thor ter, and the unanimous action and vote of all scri..bers to this charter, or atoehold- C~t'i era, shell be rs te to elect. The sid corp commissioners to remain in oree until the *C affairs of this eorportlo shall have been to C fully liquidated. ARTICEI VIL This act of incorporatlon my be el d, T altered or amended, or this corporation Ind alte the charter thereof dImolved only with the with assent of all the stoekhoders of this or- four poa tnat a genal meeting of the stock- ad ai holer convend for tlat purpose-,and after ail notice or auac mi~ting shallU he been given pr , Fo= r more ew1pers of th cty ef atocf Nw Oreame, once a week for four weeks dem preceding the date of the mid meeti d corp stockoder, u er the hooks of the corpo ration, at leat thirty das prior to the date hree No stockhoder shall ever be held bae a CO for the contrats or faUl of tlh eoror- mesS tk. In u, tfrthr sum thU the -n-ad Samnee due this elcormatlon on the shaves ommuly I tin orrmkalLtom of this col rmat ion the rbet of Ledr , 5iI chrater null at of egenr te t noe re to any farther Ikailty-thnu the umad or f thia eopewrtIw . ~-, gr~ ,LeaIegck o·r Tsb ~r4 wLm s~ut-- II Dlrl 1]li~ I * CHARTER Y. OF NATIONAL FILM EXCHANGE. (Et- UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, STATE OF LOUISIANA, PARISH OF OR e LEANS, CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. nd of os of Be it known, that on this fourteenth day slrth, of the month of August, in the year of our public Lord one thousand nine hundred and eleven, ite of before me, Henry George JlcCall, a notary corn- public, duly commissioned and qualified in senoe and for the parish of Orleans, state of Lou d un- slianas, and in the presence of the witnesses d the hereinafter named and undersigned, person eunto ally came and appeared the persons whose that names are hereunto subscribed, all residents state of the city of New Orleans, state of Loulsi pro- ana, and of the full age of majority, who and declared that, availing themselves of the bind provisions of the general laws of the state Swho of Louisiana relative to the formation of form corporations, but especially of act No. 78 of poses the general assembly of the state of Loulsi is as ana of the year 1904, they have covenanted and agreed, and they do by these presents covenant, agree, bind and obligate them selves, as well as such other persons who may hereafter become associated with them, II be to constitute and form themselves Into a rhich corporation and body politic in law for the and purpose and objects and under the articles a for and stipulations following, to-wit : d at alved ARTICLE I. e in lang. The name and title of this corporation tI ie shall be NATIONAL FILM EXCIIANGE, and and by that corporate name It shall have : to and enjoy succession for a period of ninety avey, nine (9i1) years from and after this date; It an- shall have the power to contract, sue and and be sued; to make and use a corporate seal; lend to borrow and lend money secured by mort nner gage or otherwise; to issue bonds; to buy, mint sell, hold, own, lease and rent real and ;ents personal property ; to have and employ such cor- managers, directors, omcers, agents and I en- other employees as the interests of the said 'ions corporation may require to make and es a as tablish such by-laws, rules and regulations and for the management and control of the af e. fairs of said corporation as may be neces sary; and to have, enjoy and possess all the powers granted by the laws of this state to do all things necessary and proper to Ihall carry out the objects and purposes for sb which this corporation Is organised. ab on. AItTICLE I. The domicile of this corporaton is here by fixed in the city of New Orleans; and all tion citations and other legal pcess shall be nls!- served on the president, or, in his absence, de- on the vice-president, and, in the absence dew of both, on the secretary-treasurer. sale end. ARTICLE III. Ina;. The objects and purposes for which this Inr- corporatlon Is formed, and the nature of and the business to 1l c·arried on by it, are Dci- hereby declared to be: to manufacture, pur chase, sell, leaste, and to deal generally in, all kinds of films and picture machines for the exhibition or reproduction of moving pictures on screens, or otherwise, for its is own account or as agents for others, in the and state of Louisiana and elsewhere; to build, one purchase, own, lease and operate theatres of for the exhibition or reproduction of moving rlch pictures on screens or otherwise, and for set singing, plays, vaudeville and general of amusement : to buy and sell, as well as er aes lease, property, real and personal, patents roc- and patent rights in connection with the ob. K ors jects and purposes for which this corpora of tlion is formed; and in general to do all for things necessary, Incidental and proper to his carry out the objects and purposes of said in hts corporation. by ARTICLE IV. a on tay The capital stock of this corporation is ust fixed at the sum of twenty-five thousand dol- bo ole lars, to be divided into and represented by two hundred and fifty snares of the par en- value of one hundred dollars each: and said ck stock shall be paid for in cash, or its equiv his alent, as called for by the board of direc Ive tors. ck- This corporation shall commence doing - In business and become a going concern as his soon as three thousand dollares f its capital Id- stock shall have been subscribed for. - No 'e sale or transfer of stock shall be valid or era binding on this corporation unless made on the books of the corporation. nd No stockholder shall ever be held liable ng for the contracts, debts or faults of said irs corporation, nor shall any mere Informality ye in its organlsation have the edect of rend. ering the charter null or of exposing any stockholder to any liability beyond the un paid balance, if any, due on the stock asub scribed for or owned by him. a a ARTICLE V. ee .o The corporate powers of this company he shall be vested In and exercised by a board a of directors composed of three stockholders, be each of whom shall own at least one share et- of stock in his own name, and a majority of he the board shall constitute a quorum to w- transact business. They shall elect from n-. their number a president, a vlce-president, and a secretary-treasurer. Ir The directors shall be- elected annually, I byballot, by the stockholders, at the olce b o the bompany on the third Thursday oft January o each year, begnnng with the - year 112. Eaeb stockholder shall be en ,t. titled, either in person or by proxy, to one h vote for every are of stock held by him,. m and said election shall be held under such rd rules as ma* be prescribed by the board of f dlrtors, and a majority of the votes cast I at meh meeting shall elect. y Henry W. Lamb. John Alblon 8sxton and SAnthony 0. Bourdet are declared to be the re irst bhoard of directors of said coporatlon - to serve until the third Thursday of Jana . ·' 1912, a nd until their scessors shall It _.nave elected and qualllted, with Henry ils W. Iamb as president. John Albion Saxton as vie-president, and Anthony G. Baerdet as seretary-treasurer. . Any vaeancies occurring on said board ts shall be ailled by the remalntng directors aor the uanexpred term, fro among the ocoer ny director bela aot to absent himself from the city of New Or leans may nomlate a substitute to eact due. ing hit absence, provided said substitute shall be a stockholder of the eorpoation and be aeepted by the board of directors tsr the time being. * The board of directors shall make and em I tablish, as well as alter and amend, any and all by-laws, rules and reglations for the government of said ceoatlon: and au thorty I Iven te id hbeard to do and Serform all acts and thias MeewMry to co arry ot the Jec and rpeek of this I corporation, as well a to have, enjoy and Seeriew all the rights and powers granted to corporations by the laws of this state, ARTICLE VI. 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