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ARTICLE 6. The principal place of business of the Art of Inc. C. & N. M. Company shall be Granada, in Bent County, Colorado Ter- Places of business. ritory, which may be changed by a vote of the Trustees. The Trustees are also empowered to meet in the City of Boston, State of Massachusetts for the transaction of business of the Company.
ARTICLE 7. The Corporation shall have the right to Corporate powers. fix the rate of freight and toll for the carrying of freight and passengers, to purchase and own real and personal property, to make all proper contracts for the building and operating of the road, to borrow money, to issue the bonds of the Company, and to secure the same by mortgage or deed of trust upon the property of the Corporation, and to transact any and all business usually pertaining to a railroad company.
ARTICLE 8. The Corporation shall have authority to further corporate sell or lease its road and all of its property and franchises to any other railroad Company within or out of said territory of Colorado, and to consolidate its road with any other road, either in said territory or in the state of Kansas, and to make such temporary or perpetual running arrangement with such other railroad Companies as may be deemed best. Such sale or perpetual lease or Consolidation may be made by vote of three fourths of the Trustees or by a majority of all the Stockholders.
ARTICLE 9. These articles of incorporation may be al- Articles, how tered or amended by a vote of a majority of the Stockholders or by a vote of three fourths of all the Trustees. WITNESS OUR NAMES this 26th day of June 1873.
Art. of Inc. C. & N.M. COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS,
COUNTY OF SUFFOLK, Acknowledgments. BE IT KNOWN THAT before me, Joseph A. Willard, Clerk
of the Superior Court, of the County of Suffolk, in said State, personally appeared, Joseph Nickerson, Isaac T. Burr, Thomas Nickerson, Alden Speare, O. W. Peabody, George B. Wilbur, Benj. P. Cheney, Charles W. Pierce, Henry Strong, Jonathan S. Nickerson, A. B. Laurie, who are personally known to me to be the identical persons whose names are subscribed to the foregoing certificate and articles of incorporation and severally acknowledged the same to be their voluntary act and deed.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of said Court this twentyseventh day of June A.D. 1873.
JOS. A. WILLARD, [SEAL]
(INDORSED.) Indorsement of Articles of Incorporation of Colorado and New Mexico recording of foregoing R.R. Co. articles.
Filed for record July 5th 1873 at 10 o'clock A.M. and recorded in Book "E" Page 101.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
THE PUEBLO AND SALT LAKE RAILWAY CO.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
I Melvin Edwards, Secretary of State, of the State of
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the Great Seal of the State of Colorado, at the City of Denver, this Eleventh day of April, A.D. 1885. [SEAL]
Secretary of State.
Dec. 13, 1873.
Chap 18 of Rev. Stats.
WHEREAS the undersigned are desirous of becoming a Proposed body corporate under and by virtue of the provisions of incorporation under Chapter XVIII. concerning corporations of the Revised of Colorado. Statutes of Colorado, Now therefore this is to certify as follows,
First. The corporate name of said Company shall be Corporate name. THE PUEBLO AND SALT LAKE RAILWAY COMPANY.
SECOND. That the objects and purposes of said company Corporate purposes are to locate, build, construct, manage, operate and maintain a certain railroad and telegraph line to be hereinafter described and to purchase, acquire, improve and dispose of lands or any interest therein, either absolutely or on condition for the purpose of aiding in any manner the construction or maintenance of said railroad and telegraph line; the said railroad as well as said telegraph is described and by route is designated as follows, that is to say: commencing at a point at or near Granada in Bent County, Colorado
and authorized line.
Art. of Inc. P. & S. L. Territory in the Arkansas Valley thence westerly and
northwesterly, following the general direction of and along said valley or the slopes thereof of the Arkansas River by such route as may be deemed most advantageous and practicable through the Counties of Bent and Pueblo in said Territory to the city of Pueblo in Pueblo County in said Territory thence extending in a westerly and northwesterly direction by way of the Tennessee pass through the Counties of Fremont and Lake in said Territory to the western boundary thereof; thence in a northwesterly direction to Salt Lake City in the Territory of Utah. Said telegraph line as mentioned herein is to be appendant and appurtenant to said railroad, and is to be built constructed, operated and maintained by said railway company at its option or election on and along the line and route of said railroad as hereinbefore specified or as near thereto as may be though [sic] as may be thought expedient by said railway company and, that offices for the transaction of all telegraphic business shall be opened and maintained at such points along the line of said railroad as may be deemed expedient.
The termini of said telegraph line shall be the same as
the termini of said railroad. Capital stock.
THIRD. The capital stock shall be Three millions of dollars which said capital stock shall be divided into thirty
thousand shares of one hundred dollars each. Term of corporate
FOURTH. The term of existence shall be fifty years existence.
from the date hereof. Trustees.
Fifth. The number of trustees of said company shall be nine and Moses Anker, Mark A. Shaffenburg, Wm. A. Orman, Mahlon D. Thatcher, James N. Carlile, George M. Chilcott, Oliver H. P. Baxter, Peter K. Dotson and Jefferson Raynolds are hereby designated trustees of said company and as such trustees are to manage the affairs of the
company the first year. Principal office and Sixth. The principal office of said company shall be line of route.
in the City of Pueblo aforesaid and the operations of said company shall be carried on along the line of the route heretofore designated in the counties heretofore named.
SEVENTH. The trustees of said company shall have Art. of Inc. P. & S. L. power to make such prudential by laws as they shall deem Trustees may make
by-laws. proper for the management and disposition of the stock and business affairs of said company not inconsistent with the laws of this territory, and prescribing the duties of officers, artificers, and servants that may be employed for the appointment of all officers and for carrying on all kinds of business within the objects and purposes of this company.
In testimony whereof witness our signatures and seals this eleventh day of December A.D. 1873.
MARK A. SHAFFENBURG [SEAL]
TERRITORY OF COLORADO,
Before me, E. C. Holmes, a Notary Public in and for the County and Territory aforesaid personally appeared Mark A. Shaffenburg, William A. Orman, Mahlon D. Thatcher, James N. Carlile, George M. Chilcott, Oliver H. P. Baxter, Peter K. Dotson and Jefferson Raynolds, personally known to me as the persons whose names are subscribed to the above certificate of Incorporation and acknowledged that they signed and sealed the said instruments of writing as their free and voluntary acts for the uses and purposes therein set forth.
Given under my hand and Notarial Seal this Twelfth day of December A.D. 1873.
E. C. HOLMES, (SEAL)
(INDORSED.) Pueblo and Salt Lake Railway Co., filed December 13, Indorsement of filing. 1873, at 10 o'clock A.M.