[Hamilton Manufacturing Company meeting minutes, 1889a: 1889-1914]
1894, pp. 42-45
I h l ianitovc,, Wisconsin, James E. Hamilton and Lyman J '-ectors o >e Hailton Manufacturing Company, met and held alae fo 4he purpose of transacting business coming before sai irkc s; Wiliam D. ichards, the other director, being at the present time, and for about three weeks last past :a. ;been, without the State of Wisconsin, was not notified to U:' Mf~iac' i 0 -as now on hand aboi = Thiousand ollars in cashwhich, inthe oino of the direr ilbespared for the purpose of paying a dividend to the sto1.ocrsof said Company without impairing its ability to meet all current expenses and such slight floating inde stesas the Company owes; and "IHEREAS, certain ones of the stockholde-s haveoverdrawn anei accounts to an amount which if paid intotL I -inwould make the total amo o- ey t :and upwards o0f ousand Dollars; and WHEREAS, a 1=4:. jividend uon -k now outstanding issued .Companywillamountto there- fore be it RESOLVED, that there be. ni that there ierey is, de- clared a dividend upon all the o said Company to the several and respective owners thereof, o, & r cent. of such stock: provided, however, that, such divie instead of bein' paid in cash to such stockholders as may be indebted to said Company upon book account, siall be credited'to them respectively upon their said accounts and only the surplus over and above the amount re- quired to balan - a in cash. ADOPT ie :rintes of this meeting read and approved. Voted I a tlis r o now ad-ourn sie die. Secretar.
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