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approved the thirteenth day of April, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight: Provided, That this third section of this act shall not take effect until the same shall have been accepted by a majority of the votes entitled to be cast at a meeting of the stockholders of said Co-Operative Life Insurance Company of Western Pennsylvania called for the purpose of considering the acceptance of the same nor until notice of such acceptance shall have been filed in the office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth and such taxes and bonus or bonuses as are required by law on such increase of stock shall have been paid by said Co-Operative Life Insurance Company of Western Pennsylvania.
BUTLER B. STRANG, Speaker of the House of Representatives. CHARLES H. STINSON,
Speaker of the Senate. Approved, the eleventh day of March, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and seventy.
JOHN W. GEARY.
Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth,
HARRISBURG, July 28, A. D. 1873. Pennsylvania—ss.
I do hereby certify, That the foregoing and annexed is a full, true and correct copy of the original act of the General Assembly, entitled An Act for Incorporating the Co-Operative Life Insurance Company of Western Pennsylvania and the supplement thereto, as the same remains on file in this office. In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand
and caused the seal of the Secretary's office (Seal) to be affixed the day and year above written.
JOHN B. LINN, Deputy Secretary of the Commonwealth.
To the Honorable the Judges of the Court of Common
Pleas of Allegheny County:
The petition of the Co-Operative Life Insurance Company of Western Pennsylvania respectfully represents that at a meeting of the directors of said company it was unanimously resolved that application be made to change the corporate name of said company so that it shall hereafter be known and transact business under the name and style of “The Homestead Bank and Life Insurance Company.” In pursuance of said resolution we ask your honors to make the following decree that the corporate name of the “Co-Operative Life Insurance Company of Western Pennsylvania” is hereby changed, and said corporation shall hereafter be known by the name of “The Homestead Bank and Life Insurance Company” and under this name shall enjoy and exercise all the privileges and be subject to all the limitations contained in its act of incorporation and the supplements thereto: Provided, however, That said change of name shall in no way impair or affect said company's liabilities incurred, or rights and benefits accrued under its former corporate name, and the said company will ever pray, etc. Attest:
JAMES H. HOPKINS, A. PATTERSON, Secretary.
President. And now to wit, May 6, A. D. 1871, the within application being presented in open court, and the same having been examined, duly perused, and proof having been made that notice of said application was given to the Auditor General on the 26th day of April, A. D. 1871, it is hereby ordered and directed that said application be filed and notice thereof be inserted for three (3) consecutive weeks in the Pittsburg Legal Journal, and that said application will be granted at the next term of this court, if no sufficient reason be shown to the contrary.
By the Court.
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And now towit, June seventh, A. D. 1871, it appearing to the court that the requisite publication of notice of the application for changing the name of the CoOperative Life Insurance Company of Western Pennsylvania has been duly made, it is hereby ordered, decreed and declared that the corporate name of the said “The Co-Operative Life Insurance Company of Western Pennsylvania” is hereby changed, and said corporation shall hereafter be known by the name of “The Homestead Bank and Life Insurance Company," and under this name shall enjoy and exercise all the privileges, and be subject to all the limitations contained in its act of corporation, and the supplements thereto: Provided however, That said change of name shall in no way impair or affect said company's liabilities incurred, or rights and benefits accrued under its former corporate name, and it is further ordered and decreed that this said amendment to the charter of said corporation be attested by the prothonotary of this court, with the seal thereof, and recorded in the office for the recording of deeds, etc., in and for the county of Allegheny. (Court Seal.)
By the Court.
From the record,
JOSEPH ROSS, Proth’y. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania L. County of Allegheny.
I, Ralph J. Richardson, recorder of deeds,
etc., in and for said county, do certify that (Seal.) the foregoing is a true copy of an order of
court recorded on the 7th day of June, A. D.
1871, in Charter Book, Vol. 3, page 345. Given under my hand and official seal at Pittsburg, Pa., this 29th day of July, A. D. 1873.
R. I. RICHARDSON,
To the Honorable the Secretary of State for the Com
monwealth of Pennsylvania:
Whereas, The property and franchises of “The Homestead Bank and Life Insurance Company, a corporation of the county of Allegheny, were purchased by James H. Hopkins, Robert M. Kennedy and Hill Burgwin, under process of the court of common pleas No. I of Allegheny county, the conveyance of said property and franchise having been delivered to them on the 26th day of June, A. D. 1880.
Now, therefore, in pursuance of the act of Assembly in such cases made and provided (see act 25 May, 1878, P. L., p. 145) it is hereby certified that the said purchasers being the persons for whom said property and franchises were purchased did meet on the 17th day of July, A. D. 1880, in the city of Pittsburg, having given due public notice of such meeting as required by law did there and then proceed to organize a new corporation by electing a president and six directors and did then adopt a corporate name and a common seal and determine the amount of capital stock thereof.
And it is further certified as follows:
Ist. The name of said new corporation is The Industry Savings and Life Insurance Company
2d. The amount of capital stock is one hundred thousand dollars.
3d. The name of the president is James H. Hopkins, and the names of the directors are R. M. Kennedy, Hill Burgwin, George W. Murphy, Charles A. Frederick, Harry D. Sellers and George C. Burgwin.
In testimony whereof, I, James H. Hopkins, president as aforesaid, have hereunto set my hand and affixed the common seal of the said corporation this 12th day of August, A. D. 1880.
(Seal.) JAMES H. HOPKINS, President.
Filed in the office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth at Harrisburg on Monday, August 16, A. D. 1880.
J. R. McAFEE, Deputy Secretary of the Commonwealth.
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PITTSBURGH LIFE AND Trust COMPANY.
Certificate of Organization.'
Sir: In compliance with the requirements of an act of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, entitled "An act to amend the first section of an act, entitled 'A supplement to an act, entitled 'An act concerning the sale of railroads, canals, turnpikes, bridges and plank roads,' approved the eighth day of April, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and sixty-one, extending the provisions of said act to coal, iron, steel, lumber or oil, or mining, manufacturing, transportation and telegraph companies in this Commonwealth, extending said act, so as to embrace all sales made under and by virtue of a power to sell contained in any mortgage or deed of trust, without any process or decree of a court in the premises," and the various supplements thereto and amendments thereof, the North American Life and Surety Company makes the following certificate of organization under its common seal attested by the signature of its president, to wit:
1. Date of such organization is July 6, A. D. 1897.
2. Name adopted is North American Life and Surety Company.
3. The amount of capital stock is two hundred thousand dollars.
4. The name of its president is H. C. Pugh.
5. The names of its directors are Henry Malpas, J. L. Bieler, Dr. S. H. Malpas, Henry G. Miller, John E. Beggs and Frank McKeen and H. C. Pugh.
The said president and directors having been elected to continue in office until the first Monday of May, 1898.
6. It is further certified as follows: The Co-Operative Relief Association of Birmingham was duly incor