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DECEMBER 17, 1921.
No. 10185 Frank C. Jordan. Secretary of State Frank 11. Cory, Deputy STATE OF CALIFORNIA Department of State. I. Frank C. Jordan, Secretary of State of tbo State of California, do hereby certify that I bave catefully compared tho annexed eipy of Amend ed Articles of Incorporation of .-liner Piano Co. with the certified copy of the original now on file in my cilice, and that the same is a correct trans cript therefrom, and of the whole thereof. I further certify that this au thentication id in due form and by the propar officer. In Witness Vt hereof, I baye hereuoto set my (The Great hand and bave caused Heal of the Ihe ireat Seal of the State of Stale of California to be California) affixed hereto this 22nd day of Seotember, A. D.. 1921 FRANK C. JORDAN. Secretary of Slate By FRANK B. CORY". - Deputy Amended Articles of Incorporation of THE ZELLNER PIANO CO. Know all men by these pre sents that we, the undersigned, a majority of whom are residents of the Stale of California, have this day vol untarily associated ourselves together for the purpose of organizing- a corpor ation under and by virtue of the luvvs of the State of California. And we hereby certify : First: That the name cf said cor poration shall be THE ZELLNER PIANO CO. Second: That the purposes for which It is formed are as follows, to wi': 1 To engage in and carry on the business of manufacturing repairing, buying, selling, leasing, otherwise dis posing of, and handling generally, both at wholesale and at retail, musical in 6trumens of every kind and nature whatsoever, and tbeir accessories; to purchase or take over and manage or close out, as principal, to control or represent as agent in managing or clos ing out any going or defunct business of any person, firm or corporation.deal ing in, selling, or handling musical in struments of every kind and nature, or engaged in any kir.d of music busi ness; and to engage in and carry on a general music business In all its branches, in the City of Los Angeles, County of Los Angeies, State of Cali fornia in other cities, towns and places in said state, in other states and terri tories of the United States of America, and in other states, territories and countries outside of said United States. 2 To purchase, lease or otherwise acquire., to encumber, sell and other wise dispose of all kinds of personal property which the corporation may deem necessary ;nd convenient for the purposes of its business. 3 To purchase, lease or otherwise acquire, to encumber, and dispose of reol property of every kind and nature, in the State of California, and in any other state or territory of the United States of America and in' any foreign country. 4 To make, enter into and execute contracts of every kind and natnre with individuals, firms, associations, and corporations, private, public, and municipal, with counties, states, terri tories, the Government of the United States and with any foreign country. 5 To subscribe for. purchase or otherwise acquire, encumber, sell and dispose of and to hold with the same rights of ownership as may be permit ted to natural persons, the shares, bonds, obligations, or other evidences of indebtedness of .this corporation or of any other association or corporation organized under the laws of any state, territory, district or oolony of United States or any foreign country. 6 To do each and every thing neces sary, suitable and proper for the ac complishment of the purposes herein above enumerated. Third: That the place where the principal place of business of said cor poration is to be transacted is the City of Los Angeles, County of Los Angeles, State of California. Fourth: That the term for which Gaid corporation is to exist if nfty (50) years frouu ?9d $f&r tb,e date of its la corporation. Fifth; Thai the number of directors G said corporation shall be four ,4) and that the names and residences of the directors who are appointed for the first year and to serve until the elec tion aDd qualification of their succes sors are as follows, to-wit: Names Whoso residence is at R. Zellne.r, Jr., Los Angeles, Calif. L. H. Nolte, Los Angeles, Calif. E- W. Kirkpatrick, Los Angeles, Calif. Sixth:. That the amount of the cap ital stock of said corporation is fifty thousand (850,000) dollars, and the number of shares into which it is divid ed is fifty thousand (50,000) of the par value of One Dollar (31.00) each. Seventh: That the amount of said capital stock which has been actually subscribed is Seven ($7.00) Dollars, and the following aro the names of the per sons by whom the same has been sub scribed, to wit: N ami's of Subscribers. No of Shares. Amt R Zirllner, Jr. 5 85.00 L. H Nolte 1 100 E. W. Kirkpatrick 1 1.00 In Witness Whereof, we have here unto set our hands and seals this eleventh day of January. 1915. R ZELLNER, Jr. L. H. NOLTE F.. W. KIRKPATRICK STATE OF CALIFORNIA, I Couuty of Los Angeles, J On this eleventh day of Jannary, 1915. before me Ralph F. Huntsberger, a Notary Public in and for said County of L"H Angeles, residing therein, duly Comm'KMioned and sworn, personally appeared R Zellner. Jr , L. H. Nolte and K W. Kirkpatrick, known to me to be tho persons whose names are sub scribed to the foregoing articles of in corporation, and tbey duly acknowl edged to me that they executed the same; and also known to mo to be the persons named as directors in said ar ticles of incorporation, and each ac knowledged to me that he affixed his signature to said articles of incorpora tion as such director. In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal at my office in said Los Angeles coun ty, the day and year in this certificate last above written. (Seal) RLPH F. HUNTSBERGER, Notary Public in and for said Connty of Los Angeles, State of California. We, R. Zollner, Jr., President, and L. H. Nolte, Secretary, of The Zellner Piano Co., a corporation, hereby cer tify that the foregoing copy of Amend ed Art ices of Incorporation of The Zoll ner Piano Co.. a corporation, is a true and correct copy of said articles as amended; that the original Articles of Incorporation of sa d corporation were amended in paragraph Fifth thereof bv changing the number of directors from three (3) to four (4); that said original Articles of Incorporation were so amended by a majority vote of tho board of directors of said corporation in a mooting called for that purpose, and by the vote of the holders of at least two-lhirds of the subscribed cap ital stock, in a stockholders meeting called for tho purpose; that annexed hereto are true and correct copies of the minutes of the meetings of the Board of Directors and Stockholders beld for the purpose of amending said Articles of Incorporation. Dated October 2nd. 1919 R ZELLNER, Jr. Director E. W. KIRKPATRICK Director L. H. NOLTE Director R. ZELLNER, Jr President L. H. NOLTE Secretary (Seal of Corporation) STATE OF CALIFORNIA. County of Los Angeles, J No. 18075 I, L. E. Lampton. County Clark and ex-otficio Clerk of the Superior Coui t, do hereby certify the foregoing to be a full, true and correct copy of the Am ended Articles of Incorporation of The Zollner Piano Co , and certificate, on file in my office, and that I have care fully compared tha same with the original. In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of the Superior Court this 17th day of No vember, 1919. (Seal) L E. LAMPTON, County C erk By W. C.WATSON, Deputy Clerk (Mo. R 84926) DECREE CHANGING NAME. In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Los Angeles. In the Matter of the Change of Name of Tbe Zjllner Piano Co , a Corpora tion. Be It Remembered, that on the 8th day of September, 1920 in Department 10 of the Superior Court of the County of Los Angeles, State of California, Honorublo Louis W. Myers, Judge, pre siding, the following proceedings were had, to-wit: The petition of The Zjllner Piano Co., a Corporation, for change of name. coming on regularly in all respects for hearing on the otta day of September, 1920, Glen E. Huntsberger, Esquire, appearing as attorney for the petition er, the court, after bearing tho evid ence finds: 1st. Tbat on the 3rd day of August, 1920, the said petitioner, The Zellner Piano Co., a Corporation, filed with the clerk of the above entitled court its peti tion to change the name of said corpora tion to STORY & CLARK MUSIC CO. 2nd That said petition so filed was signed by a majority of the directors of said corporation, and specified the date of the formation of said corporation, to wit, January 15 th, 1915; the present name of said corporation, to-wit. The Zelluer Piano Co.; the name proposed, to wit. Story .t; Clark Music Co.; and the reasons for such change of name. 3rd. That upon the said 3rd day of August, 1920, the above entitled court made an order reciting the filing of said petition, the name of the corpora tion by which it was filed, tho name proposed, and directing all persons in terested in said matter to appear be foro said court at tho time and place specified in said notice, cot lesa than four (-4 j or more thau eight (8) weeks from the time of making such order, to-wtt-tb? 3-d. day of August, 1920, End BhC)W cause why said pctitiou should not be granted, 4th. That a copy of said order to show cause was published for four (4) successive weeks in the Los Angeles Daily Journal, a newspaper of general circulation printed and published in said Los Angeles county, which time of publication expired on the 1st day of September, 1920, and proof of such publication has been made to the satis faction of tbis court. 5th. No objection to said petition to change name has at any time been filed herein. 6th. All the allegations and state ments in said petition for change of name are true, and to this court by the evidence introduced herein, bave been shown so to be Wherefore, it is Ordered, Adjudged, and Dacreed, that the name or the peti tioner. The Zellner Piano Co., be and tbe same is hereby changed to Story & Clark Music Co. Done in open court this 8th day of September, 1920. LOUIS W. MYERS. Judge of tho Superior Court. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, cg County of Los Angeles. " I, L E. Lampton, County Clerk and ex-oflicio Clerk of tho Superior Court, do hereby certify the foregoing to be a full, true and correot copy of Decree Changing Name on file in my office, and tbat I have carefully compared tho same with the original. In Vilnesn Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed tho seal of the Superior Oourt this 19th day of Sep tember, 1921 (Seal) L. E. LAMPTON. County Clerk. By R E THORNE, Deputy Clerk. First publication Dec. 3 fit THE NOGALES CAFE ii t! 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