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The New York Stenographic Reporting Printing Company (limited) changed January 17, 1882, to The Stenographic Company (limited), to take effect February 15 1882.
Filed and recorded January 18, 1882. The Sackett Combined Plow and Pulverizer Company, changed January 24, 1882, to The Sackett Plow and Pulverizer Company, to take effect March 1, 1882.
Filed and recorded January 27, 1882. The United States Animal Oil Refining Company, changed February 10, 1882, to The Davis Oil Company, to take effect March 12, 1882.
Filed and recorded February 11, 1882. Ithaca Organ Company, changed March 13, 1882, to The Ithaca Organ and Piano Company.
Filed and recorded March 14, 1882. Dorman Manufacturing Company, changed March 29,. 1882, to Anthera Manufacturing Company, to take effect April 20, 1882.
Filed and recorded March 30, 1882. Mutual Reserve Fund Life Association of New York, changed April 4, 1882, to Mutual Life and Accident Association, to take effect May 16, 1882.
Filed and recorded April 15, 1882.
The Legislature of the State of New York having sought by chapter 272 of the Laws of 1882, entitled “An act to incorporate the Reynolds library in the city of Rochester,” to constitute the undersigned a corporation, and the provisions of said act not being acceptable to the persons therein named as corporators :
Therefore, this is to certify to the secretary of state that the undersigned decline to avail themselves of the provisions of said act, or to accept the same, or to become a corporaticn as therein provided. Dated at Rochester, the tenth day of June, 1882.
M. B. ANDERSON,
City of Rochester & On the tenth day of June, 1882, before me personally appeared George Ellwanger and Daniel T. Hunt, on the twelfth day of June, 1882, before me personally appeared Martin Brewer Anderson president of the University of Rochester, Theodore Bacon, Roswell Heart, Samuel A. Lattimore, Donald McNaughton, William C. Morey, Howard Osgood, Mortimer F. Reynolds, William C. Rowley, Hiram Sibley and Frederick A. Whittlesey ; on the sixteenth day of June, 1882, before me personally appeared George E. Mumford and Don Alonzo Watson ; on the seventeenth day of June, 1882, before me personally appeared Gilman H. Perkins, and on this twentieth day of June, 1882, before me personally appeared Edward Mott Moore ; all of whom were known to me to be the same persons named in chapter 272 of the laws of 1882, and severally, at the times respectfully above mentioned, and at the city of Rochester aforesaid, acknowledged that they executed the foregoing instrument.
COUNTY OF MONROE,
GEORGE H. HARRIS,
STATE OF NEW YORK, MONROE COUNTY, Clerk's Ofice Ro
chester N. Y. I, Edward Frost, clerk of the county of Monroe, of the county court of said county, and of the supreme court, both being Courts of Record, having a common seal, do certify, that George H. Harris, Esq., was, at the date of the certificate of proof or acknowledgment of the annexed instrument in writing, a Commissioner of Deeds in and for said county, duly authorized to take the same; that I am well acquainted with his handwriting, and verily believe that the signature to said certificate is genuine, and that the annexed instrument is executed and acknowledged according to the laws of this State.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said county and courts, this 20th day of June, A. D., 1882. (L. 6.]
E. A. FROST,
COUNTY OF ERIE,
City of Buffalo, }88.:
On this twenty-fourth day of July,* 1882, before me personally appeared Arthur Cleveland Coxe, bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church, for the diocese of Western New York, to me known to be one of the persons mentioned in chapter 272 of the laws of 1882, and acknowledged that he executed the foregoing instrument.
JAMES C. SMITH,
Justice Supreme Court. Filed June 26, 1882.
*So in original.
STATEMENT relative to business corporations, organized during the period beginning January 1, 1881, to and including
December 31, 1881, made pursuant to section 9 of chapter 611, Laws of 1875.
BUSINESS CORPORATIONS — (Continued).
Date of filing
Date of issue of
ness office. Sec. of State.
Date of fil-
M'ch 1, '81
May 15, 1580
Erecting hotels and keeping hotel at Quaker Ill. Aug. 18, 1830 Sept. 9, 180
3, 1881 Municipal Real Estate Investment Co., Limited. Buying, selline, etc., real estate, and building thereon in New York ...............
16, 1880 Jan.
19, 1881 Manhattan Transportation Co., Limited Transportation of conimercial commodities... Dec.
10, 1880 Jan.
21, 1881 Metacomet Coal Company... To transact a wholesale coal business..
Jan. 1, 1831 Jan,
2+, 1281 Mutual Investment Company... Buying and selling stocks, bonds, mortgages, etc
Jan. 14, 1881 Jan.
27, 1881 Manhattan Tobacco Company, Limited. Manufacture and sale of cigarettes, etc
Feb. 11, 1981 Feb.
21, 1881 Maritime Nightwatch of New York Watching and guarding property on shipping.....
Feb. 16, 1881 March
March 2, 1881 March 15, 1881
7, 1881 Manhattan Shipping Company, Limited. General shipping and forwarding and transportation business...
May 31, 1881 June 4, 1881
31, 1881 Feb. 21, 1881
March 19, 1881
March 29, 1881
8, 1881 New York Trading Company, Limited.......... To carry on general trading business, to import
April 11, 1881
June 17. 1881 July 9, 1891
27, 1881 New York Concert Company, Limited...
8, 1881 Sept. 19, 1891 Nassau Coffee Company, Limited..... Cleaning and buying, and selling coffee.
Oct. 19, 1831 Nov.
9, 1881 National Chemical Manuf. Co., Limited...... Manufacture and sale of acids and other chemi
Nov. ll, 1891 Nov.
24, 1881 Port Jervis Boot and Shoe Factory, Limited.. Manufacture of boots and shoes, and carrying on
25, 1981 March 21, IASI Patterson Company, Limited. Dealing in supplies of gas fixture manufacturers.. July 19, 1891
20, 181 Oct, 11,1881 Powell Steam Motor Company. Limited.. To manufacture and sell Poweil steam motor Aug
23, 1881 June 14, 1881 Raub Central Power Locomotive Co., Limited... To buy anıl realize from patent rights on central
17, 1881 Out. 15, 1631 Small's Parcel Delivery Company. Limited To deliver parcels in Buffalo, and to sell Small
Jan. 10, 1881 March 2, 1881 Staten Island Telephone Ex'ge Co., Limited.. To buy exclusive right to use telephones in Rich
March 28, 1851 April 23, 1881
CORPORATE NAME OF CORPORATIONS.
PRINCIPAL BUSINESS AND OBJECTS
Metropolitan Opera House Company of New Cultivating a taste for art, and building and rentYork, Limited. ing opera house...
and conducting a messenger, etc., service
To facilitate interchange of commodities between
To hold oil, and timber lan-ls, and to sell products
Manufacture and sale of dairy prorlucts, and inplements.
Manufacturing and selling lubricants and machinists' supplies...
Building concert hall, and giving niusical entertainments..
cals obtained from wood.
a general leather business
mon county, and to operate a Bell telephone eschance. rrr.......... this State
Suppellex Manufacturing Company. Limited Manufacture and sale of house furnishing goo-ls. May 12, 1881 May
March 24, 1881 April United States Construction and Inprovenient Purchase and sale of securities, and aiding of 10 Company, Limited...
April 14, 1881
23, 1881 Sept.
June 26, 1879 July
June 28, 181 July
3), 1881 Ang. Whitehall Lumber Company, Limited Manufacture and sale of lumber .....
Oct. 4, 1881
Nov. Yacht Anchorage Company, Limited
March 25, 1881 May
great enterprises, either of states, corporations or individuals
Establishing and running a break water in New York Bay