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S-. gLANSCUBAN STEAM
01gFANY, INC. S .i. State of Louisiana, S- jitj of New Orleans. e n this eighteenth (18th) r arch, in the year of our sine hundred and fifteen. -m na see of the Lnoted States yhanidred and thssrty-ninth, sstaon. a nritrv public. and qualified, in and for SOrls. State of Louisiana, sa in the presence of the named and undersigned, appeared: I. Edwin L. ,- address is 1531 Expo New Orleans, Louisiana; whose ostofice address is was, Neew Orleans, Louisiana; Swhose postofice address is N ew Orleans. Louisiana, be age of ma' ,rty, who de hae agreed tu hnrm and do fern a corporation under for the objects and set out. e of this corporation shall uban Steanship Compa Sexist for twenty-live years. be in New O:leans, Parish Citation or other proc -4l on the president, or upon or upon the secretary objects and purposeS of this we acquire the steamship "Mo the same in trade and M in trade and naviga CS 4 things necessary or or necessary, to the corn f the functions herein con býoration, and to mortgage, stoch stearishi,. capital stock of this corpor Sseeaty.five thousanl dollars lieo seven hundred and fifty sue hundred dollars ($100) tusand dollars ($o5.000) of Sshall be issued to the said subscribers hereto, for the of the S. S. "Mobila"; lJ the said capital stock, to dollars ($10,0Y0), shall be be of equal dignity and en rights in this corporation. suI aforesaid may be in hundred thousand dollars aeshila" referred to in the is an iron and steel of 1368 tons net regis 35-foot beam, now lying River in the port of New huf of the American Sugar Jd steamship is seaworthy, in mudition, and is appraised e subscribers hereto at the d Jixty-five thousand dollars the corporate powers herein by law upon corpora te power to sell any or all o eporation, shall be exer of directors, composed of but the board of direc to five members by at any meeting held by ijrity of tihe board shall f directors shall be: Edwin pestoffice address is 1531 New Orleans, Louisi Dryan, whose postoflice ad street, New Orleans, KL Dart, whose post Canal street, New Or * who shall serve for one successors are elected t board to serve of January, 1916. of the stockholders d on the third Monday o of the board of say reason said meeting day, then less than a alsekholders may adjourn ther day and until a isd a board elected. and postofce ad to these articles $ the amount of shares s tb ar we: Is poetofice address dvnu New Orleans, dmbd ir d sixty (560) sad through the trans esrporation of the S. and eighty-seven is ash at the time of address to be paid by and t S. S. "Mobili" shar, to be paid in S paid in cash at in my ooe, is the Sthe day, month and W. Dart. co erunato sign their Sthe whole. . Dus, Benamn ! fr shares New Orleans; SW 419 Walnut Dart, stseet, New Orleans; that the above and of the "New TED th a Orleans, City t ths. the third day Sthe year of our lard and Ifteen, of alted States of and thirtynainth. sad City aforesaid, the pesenme of the mel and aededr temselves of the to the formation they have 4 do, b these fir the opje~cts and d and astipal SFarm & De adser its said cor the power and for the full years from etract, see and same to break o WIchae, receive, both real and m upd pint such imeem nd aeuts. at its dmieuile, SRY PECK'S COUSIN SALLY - - - - By Gross IhiogsWeNoverSee ý' E C K S C O U S I N ý4ELL, C uA- a' -') Va G a r s Pb o O QL ABo u T T -r # 4 Fe b 'B G CI s 8y S OI o i, IN A OF Ao E -o NES' ~ ) EEL6. 001M A~ 'FI(EF Blco~E~ s~6aS, rJ hOF A Mrfi To-DAY, T+irlRM sr oTr DEýs, t=3 J P CoJLP MAKE OLD I PE me KI I'WEWY BLCK BA55 ACID rJkId S o Uldý EELS . RoTTZN N WAL1~~~ LWK 1y mS 14WO 4%... or elsewhere, as the interest and conven. fence of said corporation may require, and to make and establish, as well as alter and amend at pleasure such by-laws, rules and regulations for the proper management and I regulation of the affairs of said corporation i as may be necessary and proper. Article II.-The domicile of the said cor poration shall be at New Orleans, State of i Louisiana, and all citations and other legal processes shall be served upon the president or iin his absence, or inability to act, upon any other officer of the corporation. Article III.-The objects and purposes for which this corporation is organized and the nature of the business to be carried on by it are hereby declared to he: to own, to ac quire, by purchase, lease, donation, exchange or otherwise, and to sell or alienate real and p;ersonal property of every description and kind, to rent, buy, sell, mortgage, hypothe cate agricultural and other lands in the State of Louisiana; to lease and carry on stock farms and planting operations of every character; to deal in dairy products, cattle, farm products or other merchandise, and to have such general and individual powers as I may he necessary in furtherance of the ob jects and purposes herein set forth or such as a natural person might have or exercise, and to have and be vested with such powers as are conferred upon corporations iof the same kind and character, under the laws of the State of Louisiana:; to exchange its capital stock. or any part thereof, for property and leases which it is hereby authorized to ac quire. Article IV.-The authorized capital stock of th:s corporation is hereby fixed at the sum of twenty thousand ($20..0000t)) dollars, di I sided into two thousand (2,0(*)i shares of the par value of ten ($10.00) dollars each, all of r which shall be common stock, and the same omay be issued for cash money or in payment of property or services actually received by or rendered to said corporation. This corpor ation shall commence business and become a going concern as soon as ten thomisand ($10. i ilitit) dollars of its capital stock shall have r been subscribed and one-half thereof paid for:; said stock shall be non-assessable. f The parties hereto declare that they each I subscribed for the number of shares of said rcapital stock set opposite their respective signatures hereto, or an aggregate of $Sl0,8.no tten thousand eight hundred dollars), the same to he paid for in cash or in property. leases or other choses in action or notes of the value satisfactory to the holders. The board of directors hereinafter created is es pecially authorized to dispose of the stock for any and all the purposes above stated as in its judgment may seem fair and proper. The capital stock of this corporation may be increased to the sum on one hundred thou sand ($100,000.00) dollars, in accordance with the provisions of the law pertaining thereto. No present or future stockholder shall be allowed to sell or transfer his stock in this company, except by inheritance without first offering the same to the company through its president, or vice president. If the company fails to purchase the stock so offered at its s hook value as shown on the preceding Decem ber 31st. within five days from such offer. then the stockholder desiring to dispose of his stock may sell and transfer the same. I All stocks so purchased by the company shall - be reissued by it and offered to each stock holder, in proportion to their holdings, at the price the said shares were so purchased. If any stockholder fails to purchase the stock r so offered to him, then the company may sell 1 the same at the highest price obtainable. Article V.-AII the powers of this corpora Stion shall be vested In and exercised by a 1 board of directors of not more than five and not less than three directors, each of whom shall hold in his own name on the books of the company at least one share of stock. The number of directors within said limits and the number required to constitute a quorum of the board shall be fixed from time to time by the by-laws. Said board of directors shall be elected annually, by ballot at a stock holders meeting called for that purpose at the office of the corporation on the fourth Tues day of each year after due notice given to the stockholders by mail at least fifteen days before the date of the said meeting. Failure to elect directors on the date above specified shall not dissolve the corporation, but the directors then in office shall remain in ofFce uLntil their successors are electal. The board of directors at their tirst i---etirg following ealh annual election sh.-!: el.:ct from their number a presiden- ani on2 or more vice r residents, and they shall likewise elect, but not necessarily from their number, a s secretary and a treasurer and such other t officers as the board of directors shall deem necessary. The board shall have power in its discretion to unite two or more offices and to confqr the same upon one person and shall a have the power to fix the salaries of all offi I cers and of such further officers and agents as they deem necessary. The board of di s rectors shall have the power to make and es tablish, as well as alter and amend, all by Slaws, rules and regulations necessary and proper for the support and management of the business and affairs of said corporation not inconsistent with its charter. Said board a shall also have power and authority to fill any vacancies on its board, to borrow money, and t through the president or some other duly authorized agent, or agents, to execute mort gages, issue notes, pledges, bonds or other obligations, in such amounts and on such , terms as in their judgment may be deemed advantageous, and generally to do all things r reasonably necessary for the proper carrying on of the business of said corporation; as also to issue and deliver full paid shares of stock and bonds or obligations of said cor poration, in payment of money borrowed, or mone labor or services or property or rights actually received by said corporation, as heretofore set forth, and shall have power to L do all such acts and things as may be neces sary to carry out the objects for which this corporation is organized. n Until the next general meeting of the stock s- holders for election of directors, to be held d under this charter on the fourth Tuesday of r January 1916, or until their duly qualified successors are elected and installed' the board a of directors shall be composed of: E. Albrecht, Whitney-Central Bldg., New Orleans, La.; Harry A. Black, Whitney-Central Bidg. New Orleans, La. S. S. Steiner, Whitehall Bldg., New York, N. Y. p Article VI.--Notice of all meetings of stock holders for electing directors or for any other - purpose, shall be given in writing by the ace retary, to be deposited in the mail at least fifteen days before such meeting, directed to each stockholder at his last known address Sappearing upon the books of the corporation unless said notice is waived in writing by all the stockholders appearing as such upon ' the books. Article VI.-This act of incorporation may be modified, added to, changed or amended or this corporation may be dissolved by and f the assent of the holders of two-thirds in Samount of the then entire outstanding stock given at ao general meeting of the stock holders, to be convened after fifteen days' prior notice, as provided in Article VI of this charter. SIn the event of the dissolution of said Scorporation, either by limitation of its char ter, or otherwise, its affairs shall be liqul Sdated by three commissioners, to be appoint * ed and elected at a special meeting of the stockholders for that purpose, as above pro * vided, and who shall remanin in office until * the affairs of said corporation shall be fully I- liquidated; and in the event of the death y or disability of one or more of said litquida tors, the survivors or survivor shall con d tinue to act. Article VIIL-No stockholder shall be held liable or responsible for the contracts or d faults of said corporation in any further sum than the unpaid balance due to the corpora t tion on the shares of stock owned by him nor d shall any mere formality in organzation have II the effect of rendering this character naull a or of exposing a stockholder to any liability d beyond the amount due on his stock if any. S Article IX.-Said corporation shall com mence business or operation as soon as 1,100 k (one thousand) shares of its capital stock u, shall have been subscribed for and at least y50 per cent thereof have been actually paid d Tnhus done and passed, at my ofice, in the h city of New Orleans, on the day, month and 5, year first hereinabove written, n the pres s, ence of T. Marshall Miller and Philip A. Miller competent witnesses, who hereunto sign tdeir names, together with said appea er and me, notary, after due reading of the whole. (Original is Signed) Witnesses: Phil lip A. iller, T. M. Miller. Names of sub scribers omitted. Chas. F. Fletchinger, 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 VWash ley Farm & Development Co., Inc., was this day duly recorded in my otlice in Book 1157, folio -. New Orleans, La., April oth, 1915. (Signed) Emile Leonard, D. R. A true copy. ('has. F. Fletchinger, Not. Pub. Apr. 8-15-22-29-May 6-13. AMENDMENT TO THE CHARTER OF THE EQUITABLE HOMESTEAD ASSOCIATION State of Louisiana, P'arish of Orleans, City of New Orleans. Ile it known that on this tenth day of the month of March in the year ni:e thousand nine hundred and tifteen (1915) before me, t VWynne G. Roger,. a notary public within and fir the l'arish of Orleans. State of Louisiana, duly c ,mmnissioned and quhalhried and in the presence of the witnesses herein-, atter named .aud undersigned, personally came and appeared: First. Mr. Wlliam C. Ermon, of full age of majority, residi'ng ir: New Orleans and president of the Equitable llomestead Association; Second, Mr. Edwinl R. Beauvais, also of full age of majority and a resident of this city and secretary of the said Equitable llomestead Associaton. hich said parties appear her inl unlder and by vir tue of the authority In them vested by a resolution adopted by the board of direc tors of the said Equitable lonmeste.id Asso ciatlon at a meeting held on the seven teenth day of February 1915 at the oftice of I oatd comnany in the city of New Orleans, the said resolution being adopted in confor miity to anid to give etiect to the resolutions and actions of the stockholders of the said Equitable Ilomestead Association held at the office of said company on the Ilth day of January 1915 for the amenidment and reenact ment of Article Ill of the charter and also the amendment and reenactment of Article V t of the charter of the said Equitable Home stead Associationl and which resolution of the board of directors of said comlpatny autho rized and directed the sail president and sec retary to appear before me, notary, to put said changes amendmlents and reenactments of record iln authentic form, a copy of the -.aid resolution of the said hoard of directors, duly certined by the president and secre-:; tary is hereto annexed as part. And the said appearers in their respective capacities declared that in conformity with votes action and resolution of the stockhold ers of the said Equitable Homestead Asso elation held on the said eleventh day of Jan uary l115 and the resolution adopted by the board of directors of said Equitable Ilome stead Association on the seventeenth day of February 1915 and in furtherance of their instructions Articles Ill and V of the charter of the Equitable Hlomestead Association exe cuted before William Renaudin, late notary public in the Parish of Orleans on the eleventh day of May 1910 and duly recorded in the mortgage office of the Parish of Orleans in look 984 folio 402 et scq be and the same is hereby altered, amended and re-enacted to read as follows: Article IIl.--The object of this association shall be the accumulation of a fund from the weekly installments on account of the sub scriptions to the capital stock, rentals, bon uses, interest on loans and other sources, the fund so accumulated to be used for the purchase and sale of real estate, the build ing, renting and sale of homesteads, and the lending of funds upon mortgage security on real estate in the City of New Orleans, or in the Parishes of St. Bernard and Jefferson and upon shares of this corporation as pro vided by the by-laws. No loan shall be made except to shareholders, and no loan for a sum greater than the face of the shares owned by the borrower. All loans shall be made under the control and direction of the board of directors, who shall have the power to make such rules, regulating the same as it may deem necessary and expedient. Article V.-The corporate powers of the association shall be exercised by a board of directors to consist of not more than thirty five stockholders, each of them owning at least ten shares in his own name, who shall I be elected by the stockholders on the second Monday of January of each year. Any direc tor ceasing to own ten shares shall ipso facto forfeit his seat on the board of direc tors. Notice of said election shall be given for the space of (10) ten days by publication in one of the daily morning papers published in the City of New Orleans. Said election shall be by ballot and shall be held at the domicile of the corporation, under the supervision of three stockholders appointed by the board of directors at the last preceding regular meeting thereof, who are not candidates for election, the stockholders receiving a ma jority of the votes cast shall be declared elected. The failure to hold an election on 1 the days specified shall not dissolve the cor poration, but the directors in office shall hold over until an election be held after ten days notice of the time and place thereof. The board of directors shall elect from their number a president a first vice president, a second vice president, the board of directors shall also elect a secretary-treasurer an at torney and a notary, who may or may not be members of the board of directors they shall appoint such other officers and employes as may be necessary, who shall hold office dur ing the pleasure of the board. They shall fix the compensation of all officers and em Sployees, and they shall have power to enact by-laws not repugnant to this charter, to select a place of meeting, to suspend any officer for neglect of duty or misconduct, and in case of any vacancy occuring on the board among the officers, from death, resignation, re moral or any other cause, the directors shall I have the right to fill such vacancy, and shall have general authority to carry out the object and business of the association. But they I shall not have the power to purchase real estate for cash not to contract any indebted ness without the affirmative vote of at least five directors and then only in furtherance of the usual and proper business of the as r sociation. Seven directors shall constitute a quorum at all meetings of the board. Thus done and passed in my office at the SCity of New Orleans on the day, month and year herein first above written in the pres ence of P. R. Ferrea and A. E. Carey, com petent witnesses of lawful age who, together with said appearer and ie, notary, have signed their names after due reading of the whole. (Oriinal Signed) Wmin. C. Ermon. Pres.; E. P. Beuavais, Sec.; witnesses: P. SR. Ferrera, A. E. Carey. Wynne G. Rogers, Not. Pub. I, the undersigned, Recorder of Mortgages in and for the Pa:ish of Orleans, do hereby certify that the above and fore going amendment to the charter of the . Equitable Homestead Association was this Sday duly recorded in my office boox 1157 folio 78. New Orleans, March 12th, 1915. (Signed) Emile J. Leonard, Dy. R. A true copy of the original on file and of record in m office. New Orleans, March 25th, 1915. ynne G. Rogers, Not. Pub. April 8-15-22-9 May 6-13 CRARTERt F01 THE SOUTHEIR URNITURE STORE INC . i United States of America, State of Louisiana, r Parish of Orleans, City of New Orleans. SBe it known, that on the first day of the month of April in the year of our Lord one r thousand nine hundred and fifteen and of the e independence of the United States of Ameri .1 ca, the one hundred and thirty-ninth, Before I me Sidney Francis Gautier, a notary public, duly commisssioned and qualified in and for the Parish and State aforesaid, therein re 0 siding and in the presence of the witnesses k hereinafter named and undersigned, person t ally came and appeared, the persons whose | names are hereunto subscribed, all of full age of majority and residents of this city, e who serally declared, that availing them Sselves of the provisions of the act of the Legislature of this state, being known as Act 267 of the Sessions Acts of 1914, they mm nnl mull = • . • . do by these presents, covenant and agree and bind themselves, as well as such other persons as may become hereafter associated with them, in order to form and constitute a corporation or body politic in law, for the objects and purposes. and under the stipula tions following, to-wit: Article I.-The name and title of this cor poration shall be "The Southern Furniture t Store. Inc." and it shall have and enjoy slccessiIon and existence for a period of tity years from date hereof. It ,hall have, entoy and possess, all the lpowers rights, Irlvi leges and tmmunities accorded to corpora titns tinder the laws rof this State,. and par ticularly, tinder Act 267 of 1J14 referred to. Article II.--The domicile of this corpora tion shall he in the city of New Orleanti. State of Iouistana,. where all citations and other legal proces- shall Ie served uplin the president. and in lus atbsence, upon the vice president, anid iii the .lb-crce of the r vice presidentt, tluponti the r tar v-treti rc-. Article II.--The object, andti Ilrpoit-s fore which this corpotration is org,inizitd and the nature of the business to fte carried on by t it, are hereby declared to he. to eng"ge in the businetsst of houtse furni-hing giood and supphes of all kind a:d char-iter and in all ni its branche., to buy and sell furniture of all sort tand deseription, hv rietail or by whoesale, and generally to deal in all mani ner of g~ids, wares anld ncrhl,.indlis parti cularly such as are tused anti are -of uttlity in and ab,-ut a houseihold or blz-iness esttb- - lishmnnt, and In furtherance oif .,ld purpose, and bu-hinirs,s to buy, lease or asquirri such matertal altd propetrty as may be necessary to pl,ilerly <arry oil and conduct r.,ilh Idusinless in all of its branches, and the establishment and mattlttnancite of plants, mnachnltrry, stoires, w, arehouss and otherwise antd cnerally to t do all things needful and prope r pertaining i or incidental to ruch iusines,. Article IV.--The capital stock of this cor pIratiJn is hereby declared to he the sum t ,of twenty thousand dollars, divided into two I Ihunrdrcd shares of the par value of onte huni dred dollars each, and this c- rporation shall be operative alnd go Into busItll s-, and become a going concern when two hundred shares iof its capital stock shall have been sub scribed and paid for, to-wit: a At the execution of those presents, and in the manner following, to-wit: Fifteen hundred dollars, cash paid by Isi- a dare Pererrbcrg, ting full paymlent for fifteen shares, one hundred doillars. cash, paid by Ilarry Tlepeniron, being full payment fir ontle share. Two hundred dollars, cash, paid lby Eddie llirow, tz., beig full pay iment for two shares. Two hundreti dollars caish, paid by Eddie Tugenhaft, being fullf pIavment for two shares. Eighteen thousand r I dollars. paid htv (harles Tugenhaft, in mer Schandlse and tither property and choers in Saction ipresently trani'ferred surrendered and 1 given in payment by him, in full payment I for eighteen hundred shares. The mnerchant- e Ilse and property antd choses in action herein referred to transferred and given in payment for said eighteen hundred shares, consists c of the entire stock of furniture and other r goods, wares and merchandise owned by said S('harlcs Tugenhaft at Number 317 Raronne s-treet in this city, fully itemized inventoried iand consisting of a large assortment of new I household goodi and furniture of all kinds and a large nxiinber of outstanding open ac counts due by solvent debtoirs and fully col lectable and which in total amounts to the t t sum of ten thousand dollars, which stock and iopen accoulnts are valued by the said I Charles Tugenhaft, as follows: t For the furniture referred to and stock in trade, including the good will of said busi ness, the sum of eleven thousand dollars, pre Siicating said valuation of the price list, and for the open accounts, the sum of ten thous arnd dollars, and said Charles Tugenhaft de clares that he does by these presents trans fer, convey, assign and deliver in full owner ship -.nd in payment of his eighteen hundred shares of stock, unto, this corporation, all of his rights, title, interest and ownership in and to all of said stock in trade, all fur niture, goods, wares and merchandise and out standing open accounts referred to and in any manner forming part or in any manner con nected with the furniture business now owned and operated by him as aforesaid, together with the good will of said business, as a go ntog concern. Said property, accounts, goods, wares and merchandise and good will is here by appraised by the directors named in this charter, after careful examination and in t spection according to the inventory thereof, I hereto annexed and in their possession, in the manner following, to-wit: For the stock of household furniture and other property consisting of goods, wares and merchandise together with the good will of said business, as a going concern at the sum of ten thou sand dollars, and for the open accounts as per list in their possession of the face value of ten thousand dollars, the sum of eight I thousand dollars. This transfer is made by said Charles Tugenhaft and accepted by said f corporation in full settlement of the amount I I due by said Charles Tugenhaft on stock sub r scription as herein set forth, free from all r debts, liens or claims whatever, and with - all legal warranty of title to said property Sand business and accounts and good will and with full substitution and subrogation - in and to all the rights and actions of war ranty which he has or may have against all preceding owners and venders. Article V.-No transfer of stock shall be r binding upon this corporation unless same a appears on the books thereof, and no stock holder shall have the right to assign or trans fer any share or shares held by him unless he shall have first offered same, in writing 1 to the board of directors, which will have the s right to purchase same within ten days thereafter, at the valuation determined by the board and the party in interest; provided, that in case of dissatisfaction as to the price, that issue, shall be arbitrated in the manner 1 0 provided by law in matters of amicable com V pounders, and their decision shall be final. d All shares of stock so acquired b9 the cor i poration may be re-issued at not less than par value. 1 Article VI.-The charter of this corporation may be amended by the vote of two-thirds of all its stock at a meeting of the stock y holders, duly called for the purpose; the I capital stock may be increased or decreased, by the vote of three-fourths of all its stock, at t a meeting of the stockholders duly called Sfor that purpose. Each share of stock shall -be entitled to one vote, which vote may be e cast by the stockholder or by his agent or proxy, which proxy or agency may be evi denced by letter or other written docu d ment. - Article VII.--The corporate powers of this corporation shall be vested in a board of di r rectors to be composed of not less than three e nor more than tfive directors, to be elected e by the stockholders at a general meeting to be held on the third Monday of March in each year. No stockholder of this corporatton shall be eliglble as a director, unless he owns in his own name, full paid and unpledged, at s least one share of the capital stock of this 0t corporation. c Article VIII.--The board of directors shall e have power to make all by-laws, rules and Sregulations necessary for the conduct of the i business affairs of said corporation; shall elect from their number a president, a vice president and a secretary-treasurer. f Article IX.--The said corporation shall have h power to sue and be sued in its corporate name, to make and use a common seal, and alter same at pleasure, to acquire property real and personal, by grant, gift, purchase, and to devise or bequeath, to lease, hold or dis pose of and to mortgage and pledge the same, Sand to appoint such officers and agents er the business of the corporation may require i, and to fix their compensation, to make by laws, fixing or altering the management of ts ie property, the regulations and management of ie its affatrs and the manner of the certifi te cation and registration of its stock, to con i- duct business in this State, other States, the a Federal Districts, the territories and posrses l, sions of the United States and in foreign r countries, and to do and perform all manner . of contracts and transact all manner of busi s ness which may be connected with, incidental - or germane, to the purpose for which this cor Article X.-Until the election to be held as , hereinaboveprovided, the following shall con - stitute the first board of directors, who shall Shold office until their successors shall have s been elected and duly qualified. y Name and address: Eddie Horowitz, 1618 Calliope street. N. O. La.; Charles Tugen haft. 907 Poydras street, N. O.. La.; Harry 'riefenbron. 505 Main street, Baton Rouge, La.; Eddie Tugenhaft. 434) S. Alexander street, N. O., l.a.; Isidore l'erlberg, 025 S. Rampart street, N. 0. l.a.; with Eddie llorowgtz, as president; Charles Tugenhait, as vice prest dent, and Harry Tiefenbarun, as secretary treasurer. 'll:us done and paosed at my notarial .tilce. 1J in the city of New ()rleais. ii th:e late ut the i .nth and year herein first b, i e writ ten, In the presencie of Messieurs K V.I Hrahard .lImd Jhtin Dev,. oig. tent wittr.ws , . who hive htrcolnto suibscriicd thc:r r..:urs with thie -.d alj.carrs,r arid i:m . tnit ry Iubl:c. a ter readin':g of the whlc. it)riginrall slignedli idlte lirowitz , 2 ,l. :.s; t has Tugenhaft. 15M shares; harry L.. 'liteti ron. Ih.ie. Isidri l'criberg., i -hli. -.; .Ilie Tugetnhatit. 2 hres. Wittnes-..,: K. V. R.h rd, Johi lItetz bitiry F. ,.a:i. Nit. Pub. I. tht ' tl.iir. ln. , Itir ,,lt r ii t i iof 1iort In , ,or tioratt rl. ofI the'" u . ilt t Fh t n .ur nlt - ur St ,t-.. In . % ,.. thIS d I. uly t.o, ,-, in m y" ittli'.-, III l;.,.,k Ii-.;. l l", ia 1::1. Net, I liha ' ns. ti ir . I. .(t 1 1. -en. t l: inle . I., conet l. I"a'. I1 A traue , rt Sit neI'. soGau:er, Not. Pub. 0 Apr. b-15 22-..i May t-13. CHARTER V OF JOHN A. WOGAN, INC. State of Loutstana, Pari.h at UOttirat, City of t New Orleans. le It known, that on this thirty-first day of the month of March, n the year nineteen hun-tt a dred and fifteen, before me, Charles Rosen. a notary public in and for the above Parish and State. duly commissioned and qialied, and in the presence of the wlt:teiecs hereerafter named and undersigned, personally came and t appeared, the persons hereinafter subscribed, who declared that availing themselves of the laws of this state in such cases made and provided, they hereby form themselves, their associates and successors int, a corporation, " with all the powers and privileges thereof. under the following articles which they adopt as their charter, to-wit: Article I-The name of this corporation shall be John A. Wogan. Inc. Article II-The objects and purposes for which this corporation is fuormed and the na ture of the business to be carried oil by it d are hereby declared to be: The purchase and a sale of merchandise, especially sugar and molasses. on commission or otherwise; and P In connection therewith to purchase, rent, or T otherwise acquire, and to own and operate C buildings and real estate, plants, tank cars, barges, vessels and other equipment, and gen- di erally to do all things incidental to or con nected with the above objects and purposes. Article III-The amount of the capital stock of said corporation is hereby declared to be the sum of ten thousand ($100.00.00) dollars, divided into two hundred shares of the par value of fifty ($50.00) dollars each. This company shall be authorized to be a going concern and to commence business when the full amount of the capital stock shall have been subscribed and paid in cash. The capi tal stock of this corporation may be increased to the sum of fifty thousand dollars. Article IV--The domicile of this corpora tion shall be the City of New Orleans, State of Louisiana, and all citations and other legal process shall be served upon the presi dent, or in his absence or disability upon the secretary-treasurer, or as otherwise provided by law. Article V-The period of duration of the corporation shall be ninety-nine years from this date. Article VI-The affairs of this corporation shall be managed by and all the corporate powers shall be vested in three directors, and the names and post office addresses of those selected to serve for the first year or until their successors are elected and qualified are as follows, to-wit: John A. Wogan, president, No. 2425 Esplan. ade avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana; Maurice G. Wogan, secretary-treasurer, No. 1705 Milan St., New Orleans, Louisiana; Arthur Wright Starliper, director, No. 1455 N. Gal vez St., New Orleans, La. Each of said di rectors hereby declares that he owns in his own right at least five full paid and unpledged shares of the capital stock of this corporation. Said Board of Directors shall have full pow. er and authority to make all by-laws, rules and regulations for the conduct of the busi ness of this corporation and to fill any and all vacancies of officers and directors, whether by death, resignation or otherwise. Article VII-Upon the dissolution of this corporation, its affairs shall be liquidated by one or more liquidators elected by the stock. holders in accordance with law. - Article VIII-The annual meetings of this corporation shall be held on the first Mon day of January of each year, at which meeting I the Board of Directors shall be elected, ex- I cept those named in this charter, who shall I hold office until the first Monday of January, 1916, or until their successors are elected and a qualified. As soon as practicable after their own elec tion, the directors shall elect from their own a number a president, and may elect a vice- I president; and they shall also elect a sec- I retary and a treasurer, and may combine I these two last named in one person. a Article IX-Except as otherwise provided by I law, ten days notice of all stockholders meet- I ings shall be given in writing and delivered I in person or mailed to the last known ad- I dress of each stkcoholder; but such notice may be waived by unanimous consent. At all stockholders' meetings each share of U stock shall be entitled to one vote, to be I cast either in person or by proxy. ; Article X-The names and post office ad- U dresses of the subscribers to these articles U of incorporation and statement of the num- U ber of shares of stock which each agree to take in this corporation are as set forth in the undersigned subscription of said incorporators to this charter. Thus done and passed at my office in the city of New Orleans, State of Louisiana, on the day, month and year first hereinabove written, in the presence of Scott E. Beer and Thomas A. Tabary, competent witnesses who have signed these presents with said appear ers and me, notary, after reading of the whole. Original Signed) John A. Wogan, 2425 Es planade Ave., 190 shares; M. G. Wogan. 1705 Milan, 5 shares; A. W. Starliper. 1455 N. SGalvez St., New Orleans, La., 5 shares. Witnesses: Scott E. Beer, T. A. Tabary. I (Seal) Charles Rosen, Notary Public. 1 I., the undersigned, Deputy Recorder of Mortgages, in and for the Parish of Orleans, tState of Louisiana, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing act of incorporation * of John A. Wogan, Inc., was this day duly * I recorded in my office in book 1157, folio -. New Orleans, La., March 31st, 1915. (Signed) Emile J. Leonard, Deputy RI. of M. I (Seal) c I hereby certify that the above and fore going is a true and correct copy of the origi nal act of incorporation of John A. Wogan, Inc., passed before me on the 31st day of March, 1915, on file and of record in my no tarial oeffice. Witness my hand and seal at New Orleans, Louisiana, this 31st day of March, 1915. Charles Rosen, Notary Public. April 1-8-15-22-29 May 6. Cotton Seed Prolific. It has been calculated by a govern ment botanist that one seed of cotton, given the application of all possible care and skill, would produce 40,000r, 000,000 seeds in six years, and he gives I an actual case of the production of 11,000 bushels of seed of a pure strain of wheat from a single grain in ove Syears without the exercise of any slpe e lal care. 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