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JOHN P. VEZIEN, Pres.
Carstens & Vezien Co., Ltd. Ship Chandlers and Grocers 1Speial Attention to Railroad Orders. Prompt Delivery. 314-316 MORGAN STREET. PHONE. ALGIERS 211. Hay. Cera, Oats. Bras. Hardware. Greceries. Etc. Wians. Liqers ADVERTISE IN THE HERALD HARRI S' Ice Cream The Cream 01 Quality Made from the Finest Products Obtainable. 1300 Dryade.. S Pa.e Jack.. 10i0-10e1 CHA&1TL. CUaaT or N. ELLAumORs, ICOr PORATED. United States of America, State of Lou ilana, City of New Orleans. Be it known, That on this twenty-third day of the moeth of February, in the year, one thous an, nine hundred and twenty-one (1921). beoere me, Theodore Cotonlo, a notary c ublic, duly commissioned and sworn for the Parish of Orleans and City of New Orleaus, therein residing, personally ap poarod, the persons whose names are here unto subscrlbed, who declared that avail lag themselves of the provisions of the laws relative to the organization of cor nratleons, and more particularly Act No. S7 of the General Assembly of the State of Loulsiana, approved July 9, 1914, they have covenanted and agreed and do by these presents covenant and agree, bind, torm and constitute themselves as well as suce persons who may hereafter join or become ssociated with them, into a corporation and body politic In law, for the objects and purposes and under the sremneuts and stpulations oUllowing, to ARTICLU I.-The name and style of this eorporatoie shall be N. Bellamore, in orporated, and under tLhat name it shall ha and enjoy all the rhts, privileles sand advantages granted by law to cor prations; it shall exist for the period of ninety-nine (U) years from this day; shall have the power to onatract, sue aat be sued iL Its c6rporate name; to make and use a corporate seal, and the same to break or alter at pleasure; to held, reasve, own, purchase, convey, mort h, tLk tt or pledge property both `sd pemurnal. to lassu bonds. notes and other obligations or negotiable lastru -eate; to have and employ such man s, directors, officers, agents and other ule as the interest and convenience ofa corporation may require or de and - to make and establish, alter or nmeni suek by-laws, rules and regulations foe the woroation management and on trl of the affair of the corporation as may be deemed necessary and expedlet. ARTICLI II.-The domicile of said lPUie shall be established in the of New Orleans, State of Louisians, d all itatlon and other legal process shll be served on the president of the epeatien., In his absence or Inabllity to act as the vice-president, and n the ab Msnce of the two irst named ocers, on the secretary-treasurer. AITI(.>3 1l.-The objects and purposes eo which thls corporatbon i organised Shereby declared to be: To masufacture, buy, sell, at whole nd retal, export, mlaport and gen 1y deal in optical goods and supplies used by opticians. To carry on a general photographic busd MeS Ia all its various branches, within the City oe New Orleans. pu s. lese. or otherwise acquire ry chemicals, screens, drugs, and apparatus for the takina de and InIshing of anl kIna o raphs. _~rchas, sell and generally deal in pDaotograpic suppliss, pictures, pIurefa s priats, drugs, chemicals e wpplies aecessary or useful to the g development and prlitinl of photo. to m ufacure, by, rell, export, i e an generall bdea stator o c~n i~ in artiles generally sol th orporation to primarily formed and -eg e for thu purpose of taking m e buimese presently onnducted by SUUEEZED TO DEATH _ -- --1 - mm I ******18 "as a sesase o ..a1a - CHARTER. l r. Nicholas Itsellamore at No. 707 Canal Street. in the City of New (rleans. with all and singular, the nmac-hine-ry. imple nments, tools, furniture, fixtures, stock on hand. optical goods, photo supplies and stationery, the whole as contained in said store No. 707 Canal Street and all other applurtenances thereto belonging. includ ing the good will of said business, the whole of which has been appraised by the Board of lirectors at the bumn of fifty thousand dollars, and shall be taken and accepted by the corporation in payment of stock subscribed for a like amount. ARTICLE IV.-The capital stock of this corporation is hereby fixed at the sum of fifty thousand dollars ($i0,000.00) di vided into shares of the par value of one hundred dollars ($100.00) each. All shares of stock shall be full paid and non-as sessable when issued, and shall be issued only for labor done, or property actually received, or money to be paid in such amounts and at such times as may be determined by the Board of Directors. The stock of this corporation shall be trans ferred in writing only, and no transfer of stock shall be binding upon the corpora tion unless made upon its books, and all certificates of stock shall be signed by such ocers as may be designated by the Board of Directors, no stock, however, shall be transferred on the books, nor shall any stockholder have the right to sell his stock until he has first offered, through the Board of Directors, the stock for sale to the other stockholders at the book value thereof. In the event of an in crease of the capital stock, the additional shares shall be first offered to the stock holders, and if they should decide to pur chase the stock, then each of the stock-; holders shall have the right to participate in the purchase to the extent of the pro. portion of his holdings in the company. ARTICLE V.-AUll of the corporate pow. ers of this corporation shall be vested in and the management sad control of its affairs shall be exercised by a Board dt Directors composed of four stockholders. The first Board of Directors shall con-I! sist of Nicholas Bellamore, Henry C. Hartmana, Albert H. Amerland, Jr., and , Arthur C. De Monsabert, all of said di-I. rectors being residents of the City of New: Orleans, Louisiana, the full age of ma- I Jority, with Nicholas Bellamore. as presi dent; Henry C. Hartmann, as first vice. president; Albert H. Amerland, Jr., as second vice-president, and Arthur C. De iu- Masabert, secretary-treasurer; who shall Sshall hold their respective offices as Di rectors and officers until the second Mon s day Ia January, 1922, or until their suc 1)- cessors shall elect from among their num ry her, a Board of Directors consisting of four or members. All such elections shall be byl ew ballot, and each stockholder shall be en P- titled in person or by proxy, to a vote for every share standing in his name on the Sbooks of the company. All elections shall hehe under such rules and regulations r- as may be determined by the Board of Di- 4 to rectors and after ten days notice of such td election shall have been sent by mail to ey each stockholder at his last known ad in Any vacancy occurrng on said Board shall ta likewise elect the additional members in case they should determine to increase the number of said Board. The Board of Di. rectors shall at at ts first meeting after La- its election nominate out of its number a i President, a first vice-president, a second I vice president and a secretary.treasurer. r- Said Board shall have the right to con ad solidate any two of said officers into one, I Y;Ior -atfe said officers. Two (2) Di: i Be rectors shall coastltute a quorum for the I Straasaction of all business, sad the pre.. ho dent shall be entitled to one vote in all , to cases. The said Board of Directors shall d .- smake all by-laws, rules and regulations for -eu company, and to lteramed, andI pl cee a atpeaure. They shall have I . full power to bu, sell, mrtgage, lease, i pawn, and pledge any and al proprt. Le real, personal or ixd whone. heintfr s .- Judgment they maaydeem such " ac e - - sary and proper., to issue or authorise the issuance of obligations or assume the e; to ake all necessry less or sub I leses , contracts and agreement,; hire, em -agen and empbyees and to ix all ml Id ariessadompesati. to open branchest .e and establish ageneies, ad to do all things a , necessar for the conduct of the busI s ss. The said Board shall have the right t mr t e todelega tea ot its powerstoanytde o tn sary a forthe t ansction of the business - and affairs ox f the corpotio, atnd no em Sployoes shall be consiered eployed b - year unless contracted with in writ- b a . ARTICLE VI.-Ti e act of incorporation at s. stay be changed, modified or amendedo Sthe capital stock stay be Increased or do- ii cresedby and with the cosent of two. eo thirds of a the stock ied, at a se Ln for the purpose, by written notice mailed Shi last known address SARTICLE VII.-N e stockholder of the In the unpaid balance duo thea w p thn on s meposinat eran laba -in i' say.t have eddd asust l~ ~ bin o : ~blrr Yll4P~Ll~en -~: - Ii-A~ CHARTZR. 1, the undersigned, Recorder of Mort- a gages, In and for the Parish of Orleans, State of Louisiana, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing Act of Incorpora tion of the N. iellatmqre, Inc., was this day duly recorded in my onice in Book I 13;.. folio 21. I New Orleans, February 24th, 1921. 1 (SIGCDS ) tROST. SCOTT, Lieputy Recorder. A true copy of the original. T"itE. CuNTO.N14I 1i Notary Public. Mar 10-Apr 14. CHARTER OF THE ('OMMLNITY AMl EMENT c'OM.W'A , LN'. i United States of America. State of Lou isiana, Parish of Orleans, Lity ol New Or Ieans. Lie it known, That on this ninth day of February, in the year of our Lutd. one thousand, nine hunured and twenty one, and ut the Independence of the United t - States of America, the one hundred and S torty-tifth. Bietore me. Itene C. Metuyer, t a notary public, duly cowwmiiouned and t; qual.ned, in and for tile 'arish of Orleans. I State oft Louisiana. therein residing. and 4 in the presence of the w ituesBse hereinalter I ham l and undersigned; personally camne and appeared the several persons all of lawful age, whose names and postolice ad aresses are hereunto subscribed. who de clared, that availing themselses of the pro r visions of the laws of the State of Louis- L inana. relative to the organization of Trad ing Corporations. particularly the pro vis in ofut Act No. i7, of the tienural Asselubly of the State of Louisiana of 1914. they have mutually agreed. and Ciiin tracted. and do by these presents mutually as well as such other persons who may herealter betomle associated with theim, to form and constitute thentselves into a cor poration or body politic in law. under the i name and style. and for the objects and I' purposes. under the terms. stipulations. d and provisions contained In the follow ing articles, to-wat: 1o ARTICLE I.-The name and style of h al this corporation shall be The Community H th AIIusenient Company. Inc.. and under its a le- orporate name shall have and enjoy suc- o In cession for the period of ninety-nine tt() !p ad years from the date hereof unless sooner n Id dissolved according to law. a d- ARTI'LE II.-The objects and purposes n he for which this corporation is formed, and " be the nature of the business to be carried IP ty on by it, is hereby declared to be as fol- 0 ad lows: of To conduct and operate in this City and O State. Theatres. Auditoriums, 'Parks. Skat ing rinks, Swimming pools, and any and P all forms of lawful amusements, and to u i conduct and operate any and all con 11 essions in or around such places as may ti me be necessary adjunct to the operation of es said business. Is- 0' .d ARTICLE III.-It shall have authority ly under Its corporate name to sue and be it th sued, to make and use a corporate seal, N he with such inscription and device as it may It be deem proper, and the same to break and I. alter at pleasure. * of To borrow money for all purposes here- a a- Inabove set forth, and to issue from time s ill to time, and to any extent necessary or y convenient in the opinion of the Board b ie of Directors of this corporation, negoti- e !r, able notes or other evidence of indeted or ness. 1 to To buy, lease, hold and dispose, and ai d' to mortgage, pledge, and hypothecate prop- a k erty, real. personal and mixed, all sub- I he ject to such limitations as may be pre- It n- scribed by law. al a. To make and establish such rules, and ei r- regulations for the proper management 9 t. and control of its attairs, as it may deem a to necessary and proper, and .the same to at -. amend at pleasure. oI To appoint such managers, agents, em ployees. and assistants as the interests of the corporation may require, and the same l n to dismiss or discharge at pleasure. g K To conduct and carry on its business in b, other States. the federal districts, and the oI territories and possessions of the United o . States. C. ARTICLE IV.-The capital stock of this ol id corporation is hereby fixed at the sum of it - Afive thoussad dollars ($5.000.00) to be rep- to w resented by one thousand shares of the pi - par value of five dollars ($5.00) each, which it 4- capital stock may be increased In ac- fc e- cordance with law, to the sum of seventy- ri as Ave thousand dollars ($75,000.00). tl k All stock shall be common stock, and If II shall be issued only for cash, or for prop- oi ai" erty actually received by the corporation, w 1- and shall be paid for at such time. and in P1 c- such installments as the Board of Direc- 01o - I tors may determine. al ir ARTICLE V.-The domicile of this cor- l" poratlon shall be in the City of New Or leans, La. re ARTICLE VI.-The corporate powers of c II this corporation shall be vested In and ai as exercised by a Board of Directors to be a 1. composed of not less than Ave nor more hi .h than seven stockholders, each of whom ri to shall own in his own right, at all times *a d_ during his term of offce at least two full hb ill paid and unpledged shares of capital stock I r of the corporation. Said Board of DI- th ,. rectors shall be elected at a general meet- ml ll Ing of the stockholders, to be held annually to ur on the third Monday of the month of De ea cember, and shall hold office for the term I in of one year, or until their successors are hi 1e duly elected and qualllld. ~, Each stockholder shall be entitled to one sr (1) vote, in person or by written proxy. for Seach full paid share of the capital stock h id owned by him, and not tranasferred on the r. books of the corporation. t- All notices of stockholders' meeting for e, the election of directors, shall be In writ I- inag, and delivered to the stockholder in c me person, or by depoedting same in the post- *I I- oe, properly addressed to the last known w II address of the stockhoelder, at least fiftee I days betre suech meetin. At least two T r days before said meeting, a complete list O a of the stoekholde entIltled to vote, shall t d be open to inspction by tlhe toklodMers h =e at the place of myeting. *. All eleetion for Diretonrs shal be by sh V. ballot, and the elections held at the *ee th Sof the orporation in the City of New Or- a' .- leas, between the houon et tea (10) to So'clock a. m., and six (6) otock p. m., pe * nader such rules ad regulations as may as be xed by the Board of Directors. A he ma ority of the votes east shall elect. th *- Board of Directors thus elected, I- shalL at Its first meetlnr, elect from th Samong their own number, n president, a b eretary, and a trealsure, who shall held th I- *ce for the term of one year, or until ril t their sessors are duly elected and of quafllied. va Sald Board of Directors shall hav power dl to ilany vaeracy occurring ia their own y ARTICLE VII.-No stoekholder shall be . held liable or responsible for the contracts or taulta of the corporation, la any further sum tban the unpaid balanee due by hin r i the atock for which ke has sbserlbed r nor shall any fallure to elect. or any menr laIormality in orgalsaton have the eect th Sor ruderln this charte null or of expos- t than as above provided. y other SARTICLE VIII.-Util the eleetion to be t held on the third Monday oe the Month of ua Deember, 1 I te follwin nad per we mns shall constitute the irst Bard ao Di . rectors of this orporation, to-wit: George te I_.loyd. Euime tif. Bertrand hloy an Imh - mnmett D es.ined a scren - I r yn, ad Philip Waker n treasre, alln mor-ardly eleted and qulified. Slgl prenmba e served on t presi- ti s det of teboard o Diretors, and In hi Iur. o to ac, on tie tress ATICL. 1-Thieact of nc~,ati -- U - . . ---, .,, _nW .a t prpoes I a - adresed to hs lst nn pao at r- I" I , l'I th-ree-Eq ui d ,-i e _.t.. _ _ t w, ms ei • eim wojmqLin CHARTUR. trt- appearers, and me, Notary, after due read lnD ing of the whole. - ra- (ORIGINAL SIGNED) : his G. R. Floyd. 3420 Dryades St.. New Or uk leans. La., b0 shares; E. D. Bertrand. 3420 Dlrya ies St., New Orleans, La.. 80 shares; I'. Walker, 2426 Sixth St.. New Orleans. La.., 80 shares; C. L. Guichard, 3730 Williow icr. St.. New Orleans. La., Nb sha-res; G P. I Miles. 2910 Howard St.. New Orleans, La.. 1, 0 shares; A. Chester Brazier. 1128 1 Adam St . New Orleans. La., 10 shares: T. RIt. Lee. 714 Edinburgh St., New Orleans, La.. 5 h.hares; A. Wills, 1138 Arabella St.. New Orleans,. La.. 5 shares; TV W. L. llaynes, 3920 Magazine St.. New Or leans. La.. 1 share: Orazine Cola. Algiers. La.. 2'0 shares. per pro G. R. Floyd. Witnesses: George U. Maury, Guy Du ou- plantitr. Ir- RENE C. MIrTOYER, th. Notary Public. ty- I. the undersigned. Recorder of Mort led gages. in and for the Parish of Orlea:ns. md State of Louisiana. do hereby certify that t er, the above and foregoing Act of Incorpora nO tion of the Community Amusement Co.. us. Inc.. was this day duly recorded in Iny ud ofli.e in Book 1253,. folio 150. New Orleans., ter February 10th, 19"21. tue (SIGNELI) ROBT. SCOTT. ut Dy. Rec. d- I certify the foregoing to be a true and e.- c..rret I copy of the original on file and of ruo re'ord in my notarial office. New Orleans, Is. La.. February 1lth. 1921. ad- IENE C. MaETOYER, I Notary Public. ral Mar.h 10 to April 14 of "- CHARTER OF THE RICE PRODUCTS I S COMPANY, IN (ORIPORATED. or- United States of America. State of Lou he isiana. Parish of Orleans. City of New Or ud leans. le it known. That on this first (1st) n. day of the month of March. in the year Sof our Lord. one thousand, nine hundred and twenty-one. and of the Independence of the United States of America. the one of hundred and forty-sixth;: efore me. Alexis ity Brian. a notary public, duly commissioned its and qualified. within and for the Parish c- of Orleans, State of Louisiana, and in 4 presence of the witnesses hereinafter t aer named and undersigned; personally came a and appeared, the several persons whose see names are hereunto subscribed; who de. n cd clared that availing thlemselves of the led privileges granted by the laws of the State s ol. of Louisiana. they do by these presents v form and organize themselves, and such nd other persons as may hereafter join them, as well as their successors, Into a cor d loration for the objects and purposes and under the stipulations following to-wit: to r Pa- ARTICLE I.--The name of this corpora- . ay tion shall be the Rice Produdts Company, a of Incorporated. and under said name it d shall enjoy corporate existence for a term t ity of ninety-nine (59) years from date here- I S of. unless sooner dissolved according to s .al. law Its domicile shall be In the City of p New Orleans, State of Louisiana, where all v my legal process directed against it shall be r served upon its president, or, in his ab- q sence. upon the vice-president, and in the e re- absence of both of said umcers, upon the a me secretary. t, ARTICLE II.-Sald corporation mar a t- have, hold, lease, purchase, ell, convey. e d mortgage or pledge property, real, per- t sonal or mixed, rights. franchises, patents, e formulas, recipes, copy rights, trade marks, b nd and choses in action. and stocks, bonds tp. and securities of other corporations; it c may borrow or lend money upon security; ( re- it may sue and be sued; and may have e and use a corporate seal. It may have and t ad enjoy all such other rights, powers and a at prerogatives as are now or may be here- o n after enjoyed by corporations generally, p to and by corporations of a like character, P organized under the general and Special a laws of this State. d of ARTICLE III.-The objects and par- tl me poses for which this corporation is or ganised, and the nature of the business to P Ibe carried on by it are hereby declared to g he be; to manufacture and sell patented and b e other breakfast cereals, and other cereal 1t or food products or feed. and for that par- a pose to acquire by purchase or lease and c is operate one or more manufacturing plants It of in the city of New Orleans or other cities; b 9- to bouy and sell generally to deal in food b he products and feed, particularly rice and a ch its by-products; to acquire, own and use sc- formulas. recipes, patent rights, copy d :y- rights and trade marks for the preara- d tion and manufacture, of cereal foods or g ad feed preparations; to acquire by purchase a p. or lease and to operate factories, mills and a ia, warehouses for the manufacture, milling. c ia packing or storing of rice and other food e c. or feed products; and generally to do any a and all things that may be necessary or it incidental to the objects and purposes Sherein stated.Z ARTICLE IV.-The capital tock of this a of corporation is hereby fixed at seventy-five I ad thousand ($75.00.) dollars, divided into p and re'epresented by seven hundred and tl re fifty (7.0) shares of theepar value of one , hundred ($100) dollars per share; and the T right is hereby reserved to increase the said capital stock to not more than two *k hundred and fifty thousand ($250,000) dol- g It lars upon compying with the requisities of the law. The subscriptions opposite the b ly signatures of the subscribers to this char- n v ter show that fifty (50) per cent or thirty- g seven thousand. five hundred (i37,500) dol aIsrs of the said authorised capital stock Shas been subscribed; and the said sub scribers hereby declare and warrant that to eighteen thousand, seven hndred and fifty or ($18,750) dollars of the said subscriptions t ck has been paid into theo treasury of the eor- h he poration In cash, at and before the sign- h lag of this charter. SARTICLE V.-The busines and aairs t of this corporation shall be managed and i conducted by a Board of Ditretors con - slating of fie () stockholden, MessrsN. SWalter 3. Trautman. Chms. Bacharaeh. Bd- P e ney 8. Goldberg, Jac. Trautman and Joseph . Trtoman, a resdlnl In the City Oo New t Orleans State of lousiana, shall conti- a il tte te first Board of Dirctora, who shall h Id hold oamce til the third (3rd) Monday inl January, i or b o untl their succssor a sy shall b duly elected and qualfied. On the U Sthird Moday i anuary, 1 a, l and an Sntully, ere t arfter, an electon or Dlrer 0) t, hall e held at the odie of the cer- U been yen to ech stock.- t .ylder by mail at i·t en days prior B therto. At all elections the stoekholder D I, shall be allowed o~e vote for each share t * that has ban standing in hia name on the ti !I books of the corporation ten days prior to ei ! th meeting. In case of a vacancy occur _l ring for any caue in either the Board I of Directors or among the oficrs, the vacancy shall be filled by the rmainng n dietors by the election of a stockhold'e B, . .o such vacancy, who sal hold else ARTICLE VI.--The olcers of thi car poa-tion shall consist of a reidet, a treasurer or semtary d trasur maTI n o the same person.s Until the el _ their .sue r al have been duly t Sele ad qualified. Mrt. Walter . raut- I. man, shaIbe p liet; Mr. Chas Becha- S .e ..h shall vic-preldout and tree _e cre.t . ad _oirtin On the third er • _ .,m stock holdes' meeting, and C 5 fhmr their o u a-,e, am n presideta tiw nun o free the stockholders, a sece - ary and a tesurr. be s_ t -. u·at. wy.-. ai a prt or all o51 i-through &_ , eard es, at the " .... 3'g · tr petr th In t .1 tat .l y~ e l n e l m o l e r s t hen o w n in eg s t k t . don, shlal t he the rie SDrdu- u 1 tDirco h eonstiut a quo- h I I nhoe, ea t.. -- them be CHARTER date hereinabove first written. in the pres ence of Messrs. W. B. Gulion and P. M. I 4Juaave, competent witnesses, who here unto subscribe their names with sqid ap esarers and me. Notary, after due read ing of the whole. (ORIGINAL SIGNED): Jos. Trautman. 37 shares: Chas. Bracha rach. 75 shares: W. J. Trautman, 75 shares; Southern Rice Milling Co., Ltd.. 75 shares, Iy W. J. Trautman. Vice-presideut; Mrs. Walter J. Trautmnan. 3s shares, by W. J. Trautnlan: Sidney S. G;oldberg. 37 shares; Ja. Trautmlan. 3`4 shares. Witnesses: W. B. Gulon. P. M. Quave. Notary Public. ALEXIS BRAIN. I. certify that the above charter was re corded in my office on this 2nd day of Mlare.h. 12!,1. in M. o. It. 1"l3, folio-, New O)rleans. March 2. 1921. ISIGNEI,) ROBT. SCOTT. Dy. Rec. I A true copy of the original act and of the lDeputy ItRecorder's certiticate thereto attached. New Orleans. March 2..1921. ALEXIS BIAIN. Notary Public. Mar le-Apr 14. CHARTER OF BOULET TRANSFER COMPANY, INCORPORATED. 1 United States of America. State of Lou- 1 isana. l'arish of Orleans. City of New Or Ieatsl. Be It known. That on this third I day of the month of March, in the year of itur Lo.rd. ouue thousan;td nlitne hundredl and twenty.one. and of the Independence of the I Inlited States of Americ-a. the one hun- e drced and foryt-tifth, before me Scott E.( li-er. a notary public, duly commissioned and qualified in and for the Parish of Orleans. ~ttate of Louisiana. aforesaid, . therein resident, and in the presence of the I witnesses hereinafter named and under- I signed. personally came and appeared the c persons whose names are hereunto sub s-ribed, who declared that availing them selvyes of the provisions of the laws of the t State of Louislana. and partlcularly of Act r No. -67 of the General Assembly of the I State- of Louisiana for the year 1914, they 1 have covenanted and agreed, and do by i these presents, covenant and agree. bind. t form and constitute themselves, as well a as such other persons as may hereafter join or become associated with them into a corlorporation and body politic In law, for the objects and puroses and under the I agreements and stipulations following to wit: ARTICLE I.-The name and style of this I corporation shall be the Boulet Transfer Coumpany, Incorporated, and under that name it shall have and enjoy all of 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 and au thority to sue and be sued in its cor porate name; to make and use a corporate seal and the same to break or alter at pleasure; to hold, receive, purchase, con vey. mortgage and hypothecate property,. real, personal and mixed; to issue bonds, Motes and other obligations: to have and employ such managers, oieers, directors c and other employes or agents as 'the in terest and convenience of the corporation may require or demand, and to make and establish such by-laws, rules and regula tions for the corporate management and a control of its business and affairs as may b be deemed necessary and expedient. ARTICLE II.-The domicile of the said d corporation shall be In the City of New a Orleans. State of Louisiana, but it may d establish and maintain oces and agencies t, throughout the United 8tates of America, e and foreign catntries. All citations and ' other legal process shall be served on the d president and in his absence on the vice- a president of the said corporation. In the a absence of the president and vice-presl- b tent, then said process shall be served on ii the secretary of the said corporation. It ARTICLE III.-The objects and par- a poses for which this corporation is or- a ganised and the nature of the business to 14 be carried on by it are hereby declared to be: To transfer, carry, convey, haul and deliver, goods, merchandise and prop- tl arty, and to maintain a general hauling. I transfer and drayae business. To acquire by purchase or otherwase the stocks and bonds of other corporations engaged in a similar line of busless, and to sell, con rey and transfer same at pleasure; and to k ro and engage in any other business, un dertaklng or enterprise ceaonnected with, 1 growing out of, lncidental or germane to c any of the obeets and purposes herein- a above setforth or contemplated by this tl charter. To acquire, take over own and t enjoy the stock in trade, assets, gd wlll t and all property, rihts, credits. chose. t In action and immunities belonging to or a appertaining to the businessa of the Boulet P Tansfer Company, fully prescribed in the d act of sale this day executed by Miller 0 Boulet unto the Boulet Transfer Company, i Inc., executed before Scott E. Beer, Notary a Public of the Parish of Orlenas a duly cer- P tifed copy of which 1s annexed to and is made part of this act of incorporation. II To acquire by purchase or otherwlse the e stocks and bonds of other corporatlons en- P raged In a similar line of buness, and to sell, convey and transfer same at pleas- P are; and to do and engage in any other ti business, undertaking or enterprise con- a nected with, growing out of, incidental or a germane to any of the objects and par- Ii poses hereinabove setferth or contem-. plated by this charter. t ARTICLE IV.-The capital stock of this corporation is hereby fixed at the mm- otI ten thousand dollars, divided into one hundred shares of the par value of one I hundred dollars each, which shall be paid or in cash, or may be issued at not less thn par for property purchased by or u ervices rendered to the corporaton. The capital stock of this corporation mayr be iased or dereased by com dance with the arws of the State of Lou- T anna, governlnag the same. -on-a·s.oble. No transer of stOck Shall nads-a a its books and all certlcates of .c arall be signd: by suc. olliers as Si desite y ath Board of Dic No stockholder shall sell or In any mau ler dispos of his stock in this corpora- - ion without having firt o rrd te same ho ma emratos in writnlg o it s its ard f Darctor. nd the aid Bod of elroctrs shall have the right and option o nurchase the sto so offbered wthin hirty days at the book valte coestablsh o by f the rt iaventory. RTICLE V.--AI the corporate powern e thi company sha be vesated a and he management and control of Its bust Smad laffairs ashall be exercmised by a board of Directors eompsofd of threo tockholders, wteih number may be in reasad to not more than five, at the dI ection of the Board of Direetor, A ma orty o then Drectora shall eoatltute a Lorum for the transaeties of all usinem. lt of te stohode rsa on the at 'hudy in March of eaeh year. All ectons shalln be held under sch rules ad rngulatons u may be determined by h eBard of DLirctrs, but ater at eant Iften days noItic thereof shall have bena ive to teh srtckholder, by aetice there. -i'L",, Th- dirctrs.r thna electe4 shanl heir nesat, have bean dly5 8eletd and ian Stbdi== in hs nam on the os f the eportim e failure to old an electi be regarded u a -e-iture of this eharte. An -vaenewy ec emcn sall m elect thi additioal sober or meber inas they su had Dr shall, at to im -W, elctfre_ a itonum , a pre- i at o more vies-p dest a g sa l manage, a scrar and a treasrer. macmie_ any two or more of sai --s int n T m e el ct t a see meter. Said B iad Dirers. shalI •rdr wb .s ot e empiloy e of he c-ropatian, inldIn the se acetaI nitia may th bia S, - o e : ~b - CHARTER. poration increased to an amount exceeding the maximum herein fixed or e'rreased to an amount less than the corporate indebt edness without the consent and approval of the stockholders owning three-fourths of the issued capital stock of this corpora tion. ARTICLE VIII.-This corporation may be dissolved with the assent of the stock holders owning two-thirds of the issuedi capital stock of the corporation at a meet Ing convenedl for that lpurposee after notije thereof shall have been given to eachh stockholder in accordance with the terms of Article VIII of this act of incorporation. In the event of the dissolution of this cor poration by the expiration of its charter or otherwise, the husiness and affairs of the corporation shall be settled by three Ilqui dators to be elected by the stockholders from among their number at the nmeetlina which decided to liquidate. The fees aand cosmpensation of said liquidators shall be fixed and determiMed at the. nm-eting at which they are elc-ted. Said liquidators shall have full power and authority to set tle the entire business and affairs of the corporation. In the event of the death or inability of any of said liquidators tihe survivor or survivors shall appoint a sue censor o'r suc.cessors to him or themn from among the stockholders. *ARTICI.E 1X.-Until the election to Ibe held in March. 1922, the following named stsockholders shall constitute the first who shall be president. and whose postoffic. Board of Directors. viz: Milton 1'. Ioul.t,. address is 2721 Canal Street, New Orleans. La.; Mrs. Miriatn lionlet. who shall be vice president. and whose ipstoflice address is 2721 Canal Street. New Orleans, La.; Albert Itugas, who shall be secretary and treas curer, and whose postoftice address is New Orleans. La. ARTICLE X.-The subscribers have written opposite their respective nam.es their postoflice addresses and the anmouna of stock subscribed for by each of the-a in this.corporation, so that this act of in corporation shall serve as an original sub scription list. Thus done and passed at my office in the ('ity of New Orleans, on the day. month and year herein first above written. In the presence of Girault Farrar and Maurice R. Woulfe. both of this city. conm peutent witnesses, who have hereunto signed their names with the said aplparers and me, Notary, after due reading of the whole. (ORIGINAL SIGNED) : M. P. Boulet, 80 shares. New Orleans. La.; Mrs. Miriam Boulet, 10 shares, New Orleans. La.; James T. Boulet, 4 shares. New Orleans, La.; Irwin J. Boulet. M. D.. 5 shares, New Orleans. La.; Albert L. Dugas, I share. New Orleans, La. Witnesses: Maurice R. Woeule, Girault Farrar. SCOTT E. BEER, Notary Public. A true copy. New Orleans, March 3rd, 1921. SCOTT E. BEER, Notary Public. raited States of America. State of Lou isiana, Parish of Orleans, City of New Or leans. Be it known, That on this 3rd day of the month of March, in the year, nineteen hundred and twenty-one, before me, Scott E. Beer, a notary public, duly commissioned and sworn in and for this City and the Parish of Orleans, and in the presence of the witnesses hereinafter named and undersigned, personally ap peared. Milton P. Boulet, Esq.. of lawful age of this city; who declared that he doep by these presents, grant, bargain, sell, assjgn, convey, transfer, set over, aban. don and deliver. with all legal warranties and full guarantee against all troubles, debts, claims, mortgages, privileges, liens, taxes, donations, alienations, evictions and encumbrances whatsoever, unto Boulet Transportation Co., Inc., a corporation duly organised under the laws of this State, per act passed before the under slgned Notary this day, herein represented by its Incorporators, here present, accept ing and purchasiag for said corporation, its successors admlnistrators, and assigns, and acknowiadgiag due delivery and pos. session thereof, all and singular the fol lownlag described property, to-wit: I Moon automobile, 1920 model, 152- R 8886; 1 Forachler 5-ton tractor and trailer, track No. 294, engine 13,752; 1 Gary 11-2 ton truck, truck No. GT-62 Engine; 1 Wichita 2-tan truck, truck No. 880 ean gne B-712: 1 stencil machine; 5 tarpaulins; 1 Barret and 1 screw Jack; I desk: to gether with the good will and business known as the Boalet Transfer thereof. The Directors and Incorporators of said Bonlet Transportation Co., Ine., In their capacity of directors and incorporators, appearing herein, furthermore declared that the above and afore-reecited descrip tion of property contains an accurate de tailed and itemized daeription thereof, as to amount, location, estast, character aad state of mlaprovement, and they hereby Ip. praise the above items at eight thousand dollars, and hereby authorise the ssuance of eighty shares of the capital stock of said Boulet Transportation Co., Inc., in pay ment and in consideration of the within purchase price. This sale ii, made and accepted for and in consideration of the price and sum of eight thousand dollsra, the value and ap praisement, placed thereon by said parties hereto. which amount said purchawsr. cor poration, through its aforesalA representa tives has presently paid and Issued unte aid vendor, eighty shares of the capital stock of said Boulet Transportation Co., In.., the receipt whereof he hereby acknowledges aad pnts a full acquit tance and discharge therefor. Thnus done and passed in my ficee at the City of New Orleans, af ai the day. monath and year first above writte. In the presence of Mears. Oirault Pamrar and Maurice R. Woalfe, witnesses eo law l age, daemiciled in tkis eity, who here uato sign their names tolgether with said parties and me, Notary, afte due ruadI of the whole. ORIGINAL SIoND): _.P. B _ tiKe, l.iwim BDoulet, 15mm T-. elet, Irwnn I. Boult, Albert Duas. Witnesse: reault Wsrrar, Maurice 3. A truo eor. New Ore, ub ard, SCOTT . B333, Notary Publlc. March 10 to April 14. are alwa wed ome to the ad, vice sad judgment of our experienced i oes regar tding say personalt bun The proper kind of a banking at alwaysa an be soed to pro 1d7r yoo Mw as well as your os. vea a ssll d wil this beak isquites salest e establish proper W TEY-c. ENTRA BA - - -A A TvAR 85AL sF The Story o Our States By JONATHAN I.-DELAWAEI f' a failsthe of ,beig first t original f, teen D ecembe , 1787. It oliLlly adopted the stitutlon a:. ! hus was made btnning of .ur present r governmrnt. According to the seventh artic.e of the Counst tion, however. It was I qZcr/ for nine states to ratify it betea it actually cu":; Into force. 80 It was not urIil the foliotg June, by wth.! time eight othe states had r:cu%,ted the tution, that the United State a America actually came late b ing. The early history of Delawe was a varied one. It started l 1638 when a :mall party Swedes settlhd at the mouth of the Delaware river and caled it New Sweden. In 1655, Pet Stuyvesant, the governor at the Dutch colony of New Nethe, lands, annexed this territory:. t it did not long remain Dak4 for in 1064 the English tek possesaion. When PennsylvUa was deeded to William Pena he desired access to the leaeast and at his urgent request Del. ware was transferred to Psaa's proprietorship. From the be. ginning of the eighteenth em. tury, however, Delaware had its separate legislature, and at h time of the Revolution it be came an Independent state, Delaware Is next to the amen. est of our states, havie4 a reM of only 2,870 square miles, U participation in presidetial g tlons is limited to three eletes This Is arranged aecordiag to population. Each state is eMati to the same number at pregi. tial electors as it has saggi of congress, so the lanuseoes the different states nl vetlag fc the President varies frh Dela. ware's three electors to Mae York's 45. As to the derivation at ha name Delaware, this was apsp prlately given to the state be the river, which In tur wan named after the bay and the ly was called Delaware is bhamr d Lord Delaware, who was gus. nor of the Virginia esiey is 1610. (t0 mewsee Ne.wun spUemln DESTINED TO SUCCOD s-t ar lcsary n dew tlGe e* grat seeaes. The orslal nM beam modifed by o e asip t the eyelet work Is a featue l