[Hamilton Manufacturing Company meeting minutes, 1889a: 1889-1914]
1897, pp. 53-
On this day at the office of The Hamilton Manu Company in the city of Two Rivers, Wisconsin, Jarnes E. Ha' Imnu Lyman J. Nash, Directors of The Hamilton Vanufacturing Company, elected as such at the annual'meeting of the stockholders of said corporation held at the Company's office in the city of Two River, Wisconsin, on this 23rd day of January 1897, met for the purpose electing officers and transacting such other business as might necessary, the other director, W. D. Richards, being absent frr the state. Minutes of the Directors' meetings held January 29, March 21, June 16, August 28 and December 16, 1896, read and approved. L. J. Nash presented the following resolution: "Two Rivers, Wis., Jan. 23, ]"47, RESOLVED, that this Board proceed by ballot to elec- officers for the ensuing year next following this meeting. (Signed) L. J. Nash." Adopted. Pursuant to said resolution upon ballot being taken, James E. Hamilton was elected President and Treasurer, W.D.Richards was elected Vice President, arid Lyman J. Nash was elected Secretary of said corporation. The following resolution was offered by L. J. Nash: "Two Rivers, Wis., Jan. 23, 1897. RESOLVED, that James E. Hamilton be, arid he rereby is, appointed general manager of this corporation with the same powers and duties heretofore exercised by him in that office. (Signed) L. J. Nash." Adopted. The following resolution was offered by L. J. Nash: "Two Rivers, Wis., Jan. 23, 1897. RESOLVED, that the salary of J. E. Hamilton, as treasurer and general manager for the year 1897, be fixed at $4000. (Signed) L. J. Nash." Adopted. Minutes of this meeting read and approved. Voted that this meetirg do now adjourn sine die. T- tary.
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