[Hamilton Manufacturing Company minute book, 1926]
Special meeting of stockholders, pp. 21-92 ff.
Two Rivers, Wisconsin, March 18, 1926. A special meeting of the stockholders of Hamilton Manufacturing Company was held at the place and on the date above set forth, at the principal office of said corporation, at the hour of five o'clock in the afternoon, pursuant to a notice of said special meeting and in accordance with law and with said corporation's Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws. In the absence of the president, vice-president H. C. Gowran took the chair and called the meeting to order; Thos. W. Suddard, secretary, present and acting as such. By direction of the chairman, the secretary called the roll of stockholders, which disclosed that the holders ofil923,2 shares of the common stock of the corporation (common stock only having voting power in the corporation), out of a total of 11,928 shares of votir stock of the corporation, were present at the special meetini- in person or by proxy. The secretary of the Company presented his affidavit of the mailing of the notice of this meeting to all of the stock- holders of the Company having voting power. Said affidavit, which contains a true copy of said notice was ordered to be placed in the records of the Company immedintely precedin tbe minutes of the meeting. The chairman appointed Selma Leeck and Larence Evur to be judges to canvass all votes which might be cast at t7e meeting by the stockholders on all matters coming before toe meeting. The judges thereupon took and subscribed the follow- ing oath: COTTTY OF MANITOWOC We do solernnlv swear that wewill execite the
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