The General Railroad Laws of California, and the Bylaws of "The San Francisco and San Jose Railroad Company", with a List of the Officers of the Company (Google eBook)

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Printed at the Alta California Book and Job Office, 1863 - Railroad law - 44 pages
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Page 35 - at the office of the Company, or at such other place as shall be appointed by a resolution of the Board of Directors, at which an election
Page 43 - and each certificate shall be signed by the President, and countersigned by the Secretary, and express on its face its number, date of issuance, the number of shares for which, and the person to whom it is issued. Several certificates may be issued to the same person, provided, that in the aggregate they do not exceed the number of shares belonging to such person. The certificate-book shall contain a margin,
Page 35 - election for seven Directors shall be held, to serve for the ensuing year, and until their successors are elected. Said election shall
Page 42 - shall be appointed by the President, unless otherwise ordered by the Board, or
Page 43 - shall contain a margin, on which shall be entered the number, date, number of shares and the name of the
Page 39 - of the Company, and shall preside at all meetings of the Board of Directors and of the stockholders,
Page 40 - transfer-book, and a stock-ledger, in debit and credit form, showing the number of shares issued to, or transferred
Page 40 - keep a book of blank certificates of stock, fill up and countersign all certificates issued, and
Page 39 - In the absence of the President and Vice President, a President pro tern, may be appointed
Page 43 - showing to and by whom transferred, the numbers and designations of the shares, and the date of the transfer ; and duly attested by the Secretary. No transfer shall be valid, except as between the parties, unless made as in this section provided.

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