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said society, in accordance with the provisions of the constitution of said society and statutes in such case made and provided, we, A. B. and C. D., were duly appointed the judges of such election, and counted the votes of the members and declared the result.
And we do further certify that at the said election, E. F., G. H. and I. J., were duly elected trustees of said society, and that the said trustees and their successors in office are forever hereafter to be called and known as a corporation by the corporate name of “The Board of Trustees of the Ladies' Seamen's Friend Society' of the port of
, all which is hereby certified according to the provisions of the act entitled “An Act concerning Corporations." Witness our hands and seals, this day of , A. D. .
A. B. [L. s.]
Certificate, &c., for Orphan Asylums. To all to whom these presents shall come, greeting:
This is to certify that we, the undersigned A., B., and C., being desirous to act in concert, and to become and form an incorporate company or society, pursuant and according to the laws of the state of California, concerning corporations, have this day associated as such corporation for the purposes hereinafter set forth.,
The objects and purposes for which our corporation or society is formed are as follows:
First. For the care, relief and protection of orphans.
Second. For the protection, care and relief of sick, disabled and indigent persons.
Third. For literary and educational purposes, and establishing, maintaining and conducting one or more schools to accomplish this object.
That the corporate name of our society is “The Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum," and its purposes and objects only those before stated.
That the time of our existence as such society is only years. That the capital stock of the association is only dollars.
That the stock is not divided into any distributive number of shares, but is owned and held by all in common.
That A., B. and C., trustees, are appointed to manage the concerns of said society for the period of
And that the city of in the state of , is where the principal place of business of the company or society is to be located.
A. [L. S.] B. (L. s.] C. (L. s.]
Certificate, dc., of a German Benevolent Society.
State of City of
County of To all whom these presents may concern :' • We, A., B. and C., residents of the city of
county of and state aforesaid, members of the society hereinafter mentioned, and judges of election at the meeting hereinafter mentioned, do certify: That on the day of A. D.
, a meeting of the members of the German General Benevolent Society-a society not yet incorporated-was holden, agreeably to public notice, for the purpose of incorporating themselves, pursuant to the provisions of an act, passed by thie legislature of the state of
, on the
day of A. D. entitled
, and the said meeting, having been duly organized, J. B. presiding, and S. B. acting as secretary, did then and there unanimously resolve, that said society should thenceforth assume corporate powers in pursuance with the act referred to, and should forever thereafter be called and known as the “German General Benevolent Society.” And we further certify, that the said society at the meeting on the day and year aforesaid, proceeded to an election by ballot, of officers for the said society for the term of
thence next ensuing, and that we the said A., B. and C. having been duly appointed judges of said election, upon canvassing all the votes polled at said election, did return the following persons elected as officers of said society, viz. : D., E., F. and G. And said meeting did then and there unanimously determine, that said officers, and their successors should forever thereafter be called and known by the name and style of “The Board of Directors of the German General Benevolent Society," and that the said board of directors shall have the full charge and control of the estate and property, and the management of all affairs relating to the estate of said society, pursuant to the provisions of the statute above mentioned.
And we further certify, that said election was fairly and legally conducted, and in strict conformity with the rules and regulations of said society.
In witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seals, this day of
, A. D.
A. [L. s.] B. L. .) C. [L. .]
Certificate of Incorporation of a Cigar Makers' Association. We, the undersigned, hereby certify, that, in pursuance of the provisions of an act of the legislature of the state of entitled
, we have formed an association under the corporate name of "The Cigar Makers' Association" of That at an election for trustees of said association holden at in the month of
A. D. , of which election the undersigned members of said association were judges, the following named persons were elected trustees of said association, for the term of
months, and, as such trustees, they and their successors are entitled to exercise all the powers and duties conferred upon them by the act aforesaid, viz., A., B. and C.
That the name by which said trustees and their successors shall forever hereafter be called and known, is “The Trustees of the Cigar Makers' Association of
That the objects of the association are
1st. To form a more perfect union among the members of our trade.
2d. The creation of a fund for the benefit of the members of the association, and for the support of all who are sick and helpless.
3d. The care and protection of all sick and disabled members of the association.
And the term of existence of said association shall be years; and the fund aforesaid shall be invested and appropriated to the said purposes in such manner as the constitution and bylaws of said association shall direct.
In witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seals, at , this day of , A. D.
E. [L. 8.]
Incorporation of a Lodge.
This is to certify, that on the day of , at a regular meeting of Morning Star Temple of Honor, No. 2, in state of
, the following persons whose names here appear, viz., A. B., C. D., E. F., were, in accordance with the constitution and laws of said Temple of Honor, duly elected trustees, known and to be hereafter forever known as “The Board of Trustees of funds and investments of Morning Star Temple of Honor, No. 2.”
This further certifies that I, A. B., on the evening, and at the meeting aforesaid, was the legal and constitutional W. C. T. of said Temple of Honor, and acted as judge of said election. , A. D.
A. B. Incorporation of the Chinese Mission of the State of California.
CERTIFICATE OF THE ELECTION OF TRUSTEES. We, the undersigned, subscribers to the fund for the establishment of the Chinese Mission for the state of
, a religious association, located at the city of
, in said state, certify that, pursuant to notice previously given, we convened in the city of
, on the day of A. D. , for the purpose of electing five trustees of said association—that A. was chosen chairman, and B. secretary, and the meeting being thus organized, we proceeded to the election of five trustees, and the following named persons were duly elected trustees of the Chinese Mission for the state of to be thereafter known and called by such name and title: A., B., C., D. and E.
Dated at the day of , A. D..
Report of Trustees of a Benevolent Association. The Chinese Mission for the state of California, by the trustees report, that the property, real and personal, held in trust by them consists of
, in the city of San Francisco, originally costing
dollars, and now to be valued at
, and that the said corporation are indebted to in the sum of
A. B., Trustee. Incorporation of a Church. We, the undersigned, members of the First Congregational Society of
, and judges of election at a meeting of said society, held in the vestry of the church on
street, on evening, the day of
, A. D. , pursuant to notice previously given, in accordance with the constitution of said society, do hereby certify, that at the meeting aforesaid, Messrs. A., B., C., D., E., and F., were duly chosen by ballot as trustees of said society, they and their successors to be known hereafter as “The Board of Trustees of the First Congregational Society of
," and as such to have charge of all the property of said society, and perform all the duties usually connected with the office; and that immediately after the said election the said six trustees were divided by lot into three classes of two in each class, in accordance with Article A. of the constitution of said society, Messrs. A. and B. to hold their offices until the next annual meeting of the society, and until their re-election or others shall be elected in their places; Messrs. B. and C. to hold their offices until the second annual meeting hereafter, and until their places shall be filled by a new election; and Messrs. D. and E. to hold their offices until the third annual meeting hereafter, and until a new election to supply their places. So that at each annual meeting of the society there shall be elected two trustees to supply the places of the two trustees whose term of office shall then expire, who shall hold their offices for the term of three years, and until suspended by a new election.
We also certify, that A. was chosen as moderator of the society and chairman of the board of trustees; B. as treasurer; and (. as clerk, to hold their offices for Witness our hands and seals in
, this day of
A. D. Signed and sealed in / presence of G. H.)
M. Il. 8.1
Report of Trustees of a Church. To the First Presbyterian Society in the city of of :The undersigned trustees of your society, in pursuance of the
section of an act of the legislature of the state aforesaid, entitled passed
respectfully report that the following is all the property, real and personal, held by your trustees in trust for said society, to wit:
, and valued by us in all at
dollars, which property is subject to a mortgage of
dollars now over due and on interest, payable at the rate of
per There is also a street assessment lien upon said property for grading and planking in front thereof, amounting to dollars. There is also owing and due to the Rev.
, the sum of dollars, as pastor of , from the day of , to the
day of And there is now due to said society from individual pewholders, for rent from
the sum of