Statement of the Directors of the Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railway Company, to the Stockholders, July 1, 1889
Press of R. Clarke & C., 1889 - 19 pages
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ALEXANDER McDONALD AMOS TOWNSEND Board have hereunto Board of Directors Bond Unredeemed Bonds C. L. Bonds L. R. R. caused its corporate cent bonds Chicago and St Chicago Railway Company Cincinnati and Indianapolis cinnati and Indianapolis city of Cincinnati Cleveland Columbus common stock companies parties hereto consolidated company Construction Acc't CORNELIUS VANDERBILT corporate seal day of March Dayton and Union dollars in stock Fairland fiscal fixed charges franchises Galion GEORGE BLISS Greensburg gross earnings Harrison Branch R. R. hereunto affixed hereunto set holders Indianapolis and St Indianapolis Railway Company INGALLS July Lafayette Lawrenceburg LAYNG lease lessee to pay line of railroad Louis and Chicago Louis Railway Company Martinsville Ohio and Indiana Old Bee Line Old Big Four pany preferred stock R. R. First Mortgage ratification rental road Second Mortgage Bonds set their hands Springfield Stock Central U. D. stockholders Terre Haute thirtieth day total stock Vincennes and Chicago
Page 19 - The injunction restrained the defendant from voting upon 11,477 shares of the capital stock of the Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and Indianapolis Railway Company, registered in the books of the corporation in the name of the defendant as trustee.
Page 19 - Company, five thousand shares of the capital stock of the consolidated company, shall be issued therefor to the holders of the stock of the Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and Indianapolis Railway Company in proportion to their respective holdings of stock in the last named...
Page 18 - ... thereof, the mode of carrying the same into effect, the name of the new company, the number of directors and other officers thereof and their places of residence, the amount of the capital stock of the new company agreed upon, the number of shares of capital stock, the amount of each share, and the manner of converting the capital stock of each of the constituent companies into that of the new company, with such other details as they may deem necessary to perfect the new organization and the...
Page 18 - Manhattan, in the city of New York and State of New York, the premises hereinafter described, the said John A.