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[Hamilton Manufacturing Company meeting minutes, 1889a: 1889-1914]
(1889)

1897,   pp. 53-[57]


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Manitowoc, Wis., Feb. 26, 1897.
On this day at the office of Nash & Nash, in the city of
anitowoc, Wisconsin, the directors of The Hamilton Manufacturing
Company met for the pirpose of tr-lisacting buiness. J. E.
:Imilton, President, present .nd presiding; L. J. Nash, Secret-try,
resent; and W. D. Richards, the only other director, being
bsent from the state, to wit: being at the present time in the
state of California.
It was on motion
RESOLVED, That the president of this Company be and he
hereby is authorized to receive and give receipts for all money
'!e and payable 'o this Company from any source whatever; and to
-ndorse checks and warrants in its name, and on its behalf, and
discharge for the sa>e to give.
The following resolition offered by L. J. Nash was adopted:
VHER',AS, a 20% dividend upon all the stock now outstanding
'yr siid Company will amount to $8287.50, and it is reported
to this board by J. E. Hamilton, nresident and treasurer, that there
is enough cash on hand at the pres,-t time, over tnd above what
may be needed for business arid current expenses, to pay a dividend
of tht amount; therefore be it
RESOLVED, That there be and that there hereby is declared a
dividend upon ,all the stock of stid Company to the several owners
+ --of of 20/h of such stock.
(Signed) L. J. Nash.
Adopted.
L. J. Nash offere'- the followarig reslution;
RESOLVED, That the general irnager be and he is hereby
a'-ized to pay H. P. Hamilton .250for his services for the
- 1897.                 (Signed)  L. J. Nash.
Adopted.
The minut;- of this meeting read and approved.
Vose   '     i     ''t do now adjourn sne die.
n thic day at eleven o'clock A. M. the Directors of The Ham-
'Ln Manufacturing Company met at the office of Nash & Nash in the
city of Manitowoc, Wisconsin, for the purpose of transact-ing crpor-
,te business; James E. Hamton and Lyman J. Nash being present;
. D. Richards, the other director, being absent in the state of
ildIgan .
The following resolution offered by L. J. Nash was adopted:
WHEREAS, a 20' dividend upon all the stock now outstanding
Ied by said Company will amount to $8287.50, and it is reported
a this Board by J. E. Hamilton, President and Treasurer, that there
s enough cash on hand at the present time, over and above what may
e needed for business and current expenses, to pay a dividend of
hat amount; therefore, be it
RESOLVED, that there be, arid that there hereby is, declared a
"Iv'1u1 a 111 the stock of said Company to the several owners
oer cent of such stock.
(Signed) L. J. Nash.
Minutes of this meeting read and approved.
0  th!it ti-s 7 oairr; dc, re  arlio'lr'i sine die.
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