[Hamilton Manufacturing Company Corporation Record and Contract]
NASH, NASH & LEDVINA LAYESVV E.G.NASH MAN ITOVVOC,WISCONSI N A L.NASH L.W. LEDVI NA W.J.CLARK November b, 1925. 1r. T. W. Suddard, care The Hamilton Efg. Company, Two Rivers, Wisconsin. Ly dear T. W.: I enclose nerewith the following papers: 1. Minutes of meeting of directors of Two hivers Dormitory Com- pany. Fill in date and hour (probably you could use the date November 2nd or November 3rd) and also any other blanks tilat are left, and then have the minutes accurately copied into the minute book of the Dormitory Company. When George gets back, have him sign in the book as secretary, and then have the three directors (George, F. J. Eggers and Joseph Koenig) sign the minutes in the book as directors. The enclosure is simply to be copied from, and can be destroyed when everything has been written into the minute book. 2. Set of minutes for the stockholders. Here again blanks must be filled, and I should say you ought to date the meeting of the stockholders about November 10th or 11th, if the by-laws require five days notice of a special stockholders meeting. If ten days notice is required, you will have to date the stockholders meet- ing about November 16tn or 17th. These minutes should also be copied into the minute book, just after the preceding minutes of directors; but these need be signed only by the secretary. 3. Various papers which you furnished me in this connection, viz: articles of organization; your letter of the 2nd instant to Lr. Findlan; offer to purchase the Dormitory property, signed by Aluminum Goods Lanufacturing Company; old deed from Kirst to the Dormitory Company; certificateof title, signed by Joseph Zahorik; and certificate of incorporation. These papers should be kept together, and ultimately filed away with the old minute book and other documents of the Dormitory Company, after dissolu-,j tson, in some wlace where canbelocated if necessary. I think with tie above you will have no trouble in getting tne minute book ready for the signatures of tne directors and officers. I nave sent the deed over to 1r. Findlan, who will procure hr. Koenig's signature as president of tie Dormitory Company. 1r. Findlan will hold the deed until George Hamilton gets back, wien he can sign as secretary. Then the Dormitory Company's corpor- ate seal must be affixed, together with 47.b0 in documentary stamps. When all this has been done, some notary public will have to complete tie acknowledgement, and then the deed can be delivered to the Aluminum Goods 1anufacturing Company.
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