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SECRETARY OF STATE

NEW INCORPORATIONS The Christiansburg Light, Heat & J. J. Pollock, C. J. Tiffany, Frank ColePower Company, Christiansburg, Ohio, man, J. F. Laning. $5000. Fred J. Green, H. W. Guiven,

Patterson Building Company, Akron: Gus A. Kohler, J. M. Brick, Geo. F.

general contracting and building, $25,Frankenberg.

000. Frank D. White, Paul Patterson, Duplex Building Company, Cleve Chas. C. Benner, A. H. Commins, B. E. land, $10,000. Wm. H. Hogue, H. O. McDowell. Bonfield, I. C. Quera, Frances Lam

Northern Manufacturing Company, bert, B. M. Becksted.

Youngstown; manufacturing metal Edwards Laboratories Company,

products, $20,000. John P. Dillon, MarCleveland, $10,000. L. H. Edwards, H.

guerite Gulinsky, H. H. Hamman, Paul E. Edwards, M. M. Feidner, John P.

L. Harvey.
Spinnler, Pearl A Spinnler.
The Erie-Toledo Company, Toledo;

Fortuna Land & Building Company, real estate, $10,000. Wm. C. Sanzen.

Toledo; to improve, manage and operbacher, Lloyd T. Williams, John H. Mc

ate real property, $15,000. J. S. McNerney, Raymond T. Garrison, Walter

Lean, Ada F. MacLean, H. C. Militzer, A. Eversman.

Laura E. Militzer, Louis H. Paine. H. J. Walker, Cleveland; machine Co-operative Hospital Association shop and foundry. $25,000. Isador Company, Cleveland, $100,000. Wm. 0. Grossman, Clause W. Shimmom, H. B. Mathews, Evelyn Steiger, Samuel BurHowells, Harry C. Gahn. B. I. Roof. gert, A. H. Parratt, Clinton I. Sutton.

Ohio Spoke & Bending Company, Alliance Tire & Repair Company, AlBotkins; manufacturing and dealing in liance, $10.000. T. Galensky, W. C. Danwheel and vehicle materials, $40,000. iels, H. C. Newman, F. W. Zumkehr, H. E. Sheets, F. S. Sheets, Clara J. F. Coulter. Sheets, Helen B. Sheets, Phil Sheets. The Almond Manufacturing Com

Root-Hupp Oil Company, Cleveland; pany, Cleveland; manufacturing and dealing in petroleum oil, $10,000. S. dealing in machinery, $10,000. John H. Q. Kerruish, Geo. W. Spooner, Herbert Price, E. E. Maynard, Phelps Crum, L. A. Quayle, R. E. Kouba. I. M. Harrivel. R. Beck, Cary R. Alburn.

Riverside Construction Company, Brane Dry Goods Company, WesterCleveland; general contracting, $ 2000, ville, $10,000. Roscoe H. Brane, Mary M. R. Burnage, Lawrence G. King, B. Brane, Thomas B. Brown, Frank L. Clayton P. Townes, A. A. Cartwright, Barnum. E. H. Dailey. H. K. Bell.

The Norris Company, Cleveland, $10,Rigelhaupt Drug Company, Cleve 000. E. G. Norris, Carl W. Schaeffer, land; manufacturing and dealing in L. I. Litzler, M. N. Murphy; carrying drugs, $10,000. Geo. B. Harris, Jos. J. on a wholesale and retail dry goods Klein, S. M. Davis, M. A. Close, O. business, Griffin.

The Queen City Construction ComRitter Liquor Company, Ironton; re pany, Cincinnati, $5000. Glendenning tail liquor business, $10,000. Daniel B. Grosebeck. Walter S. Schmidt, P. Ritter, Ben J. Birkel, Edw. C. Fill Lincoln Mitchell, C. F. Dickson, Robt. grove, Edw. C. P. Newman, G. W. B. Rehm. Stewart.

The J. M. Ginter Motor Company, Service Electrical Company. Cleve. Wooster, $5000. J. M. Ginter, Addie land; electrical, $10,000. Maurice Sar I. Ginter, Edith Ginter, Lloyd Yoder, binsky, Max Simon, Benj. Stern, John Walter J. Mougey. M. Hand, David B. Hopkins.

The United Motor Car & Tire ComSteel City Building & Loan Associa pany, Zanesville, $5000. Arthur W. tion, Lorain, $100,000. Geo. L. Buell, Sieglaff, Faye Sieglaff, Victor M.

Grumman, John A. Kuebel, Charles W. Kuebel.

The Wire Welsh Distilling Company, New Middletown, $100,000. Ezra C. Welsh, Duncan E. Welsh, A. Grover Welsh, Clara Henrietta Welsh, Clark H. Wire.

The Smith Gas Engineering Company, Lexington, $450,000. Benj. F. McCann, Robert D. Funkhouser, A. B. McNab, F. J. Blose, Walter W. Riedel.

The Columbia Products Company, Cleveland, $25,000. Geo. A. Schroeder, R. J. Fuller, T. H. Fuller, Louis J. Hach, Carl W. Fuller

The W. Cohen Company, Columbus, $10,000. William Cohen, Harry Cohen, B. F. Levinson, Charles Aubert, John A. uỊ Sup[eap pue fuļnisejnuew :Jouuo? ladies' wearing apparel.

The Steubenville Creamery Company, Steubenville, $10,000. John T. Ferguson, A. S. Buckingham, Harry R. Maude, Mrs. May Beck, Arthur L. Ferguson.

The DeLuxe Sales Company, Cleveland, $25,000; acquire or dispose of fountain pens, ink tablets, writing or marking instruments and etc. Sam Heimlich, Samuel E. Spitz, E. Dorsey, Maurice H. Gelfand, Thos. E. Greene.

The Lima Photo-Engraving Company, Lima, $10,000. W. H. Moore, J. E. Sullivan, Eugene T. Lippincott, J. V. Flagmeier, R. H. Fellers.

The Berkshire Rubber Company, Akron, $100,000. Walter R. Talbott, Samuel Friedman, Henry D. Fuerst, Harris C. France, Harry F. Hedden.

The Pittsburgh & Cleveland Coal Company, Cleveland, $100,000. Gustav von den Steinen, C. M. Horn, J. B. Putnam, I. L. Evans, Paul J. Bickell.

The Hotel Euclid Company, Cleveland, $10,000. E. M. Denner, L. 0. Bastian, J. C. Barkley, L. S. Lomasson, J. P. Dempsey.

The Salem Lighting Company, Salem, $15,000. H. T. Hartman, J. W. Swain, Jr., J. R. Carey, N. B. Swon, E. A. Miller.

The E. Z. Foote Company, Cleve. land, $10,000; manufacturing an aling in leather and leather products.

The Henderson Oil Company, Marietta, $20,000. J. K. Ņelson, Wm. Har. rington, W. T. Hastings, Fred C. Snodgrass, R. M. Noll.

The Universal Realty Company, Cleveland, $10,000. E. F. Allen, E. L. Mueller, J. M. Ulmer, E. Bekor, J. M. Bernstein.

The Coiled Wire Products Company, Toledo, $50,000. W. J. Cavanaugh, H. C. Tillotson, Chas. S. Lattin, Ray G. Spencer, Geo R. Spencer.

The Cross Company, Cleveland, $10,000. A. Opper, Samuel Opper, Floyd L. Wood, I. A. Ress, Robert Schaeffer; buying and dealing in hats and caps, etc.

The Wikoff Company, Columbus, $15,000. J. E. Wikoff, W. H. Bates, E. Corp, Bertha M. Wikoff, R. Jensen, Conducting a general insurance agency business.

The Automatic Clock Advertising Company, Cleveland, $2000. E. F. Allen, E. L. Mueller, J. M. Ulmer, E. Boker, J. M. Bernstein

Increases The White Motor Company, Cleveland: $20,000 to $16,000,000.

The Master Builders Company, Cleveland; $125,000 to $150,000.

The Capital Motor Car Company, Columbus; $10,000 to $20,000.

The Obex Laboratories Company, Marietta; $20,000 to $100,000.

The Farmers and Citizens Bank & Savings Company, Bucyrus; $50,000 to $100,000.

The Hope Company, Cambridge, $15,000 to $25,000.

The Baker R. & L. Company, Cleve. land; $2,500,000 to $5,000,000.

The Industrial Fire Insurance Company. Akron; $200,000 to $500,000.

The Julian Kokenge Company; $600,000 to $600,000.

The Rex Extinguisher Company, Akron; $14,000 to $25,000.

Decreases. The Ohio Midland Railroad Com. pany, Newark; $300,000 to $3000.

PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION

No. 605—In the Matter of the Application of The River Terminal Railway Company to Issue $995,000.00 Common Capital Stock. Prayer Granted.

(January 4, 1916.) This day, after full hearing, due notice of the time of which was given all parties in interest, this matter came on for consideration upon the application, filed September tenth, 1915, of The River Terminal Railway Company, a corporation organized under the laws of the state of Ohio, asking for consent and authority to issue common capital stock of the par value of nine hundred and ninety-five thousand dollars, the proceeds to be used for the purchase of land, with tracks and buildings thereon, equipment, including locomotives, gondola cars and coke racks, and the construction of additional tracks and buildings, necessary to enable applicant to prosecute its corporate purposes of owning and operating a railroad system in the city of Cleveland and county of Cuyahoga, state of Ohio.

After considering the pleadings and evidence, and it appearing that the proceeds of said capital stock are to be used for the acquisition of property, to be used and useful for the prosecution of applicant's corporate purposes, and the construction, completion, extension and improvement of its facilities, the commission is satisfied that the issue of said capital stock is reasonably required for the proper purposes of said corporation. It is, therefore,

ORDERED, That said The River Terminal Railway Company be, and it hereby is authorized to issue its common capital stock of the total par value of nine hundred and ninety-five thousand dollars ($995,000.00), and that said capital stock be sold for the highest price obtainable but for not less than the par value thereof. It is further

ORDERED, That the proceeds of said capital stock be, by applicant, devoted to and used for the following purposes, and no other, towit: Purchase of land constituting right of way.........$590,000 00

Purchase of tracks thereon and construction of additional tracks

120,000 00

Purchase of existing buildings, being two scale
houses and two water tanks..

11,000 00 Construction of new buildings, including two ad

ditional scale houses, locomotive house and
equipment, and public freight house.

65,000 00
Purchase of new equipment, including locomotives,
gondola cars and coke racks.....

209,000 00

$995,000 00

It is further

ORDERED, That said The River Terminal Railway Company make verified report to this commission, as follows: Of the issue and sale of said capital stock, or any part thereof, detailing the terms and conditions of sale and amounts realized therefrom and, beginning with the period ending March thirty-first, 1916, within fifteen days after the close of each calendar quarter, the disposition and use made of the proceeds of said stock, such reports to be made until all of said capital stock has been issued and disposed of and all the proceeds thereof expended pursuat to the terms and conditions of this order.

No. 725—In the Matter of the Application of The Southeastern

Ohio Railway Company for Authority to Issue Stock. Prayer Granted.

(January 5, 1916.) This day, after full hearing, this matter came on for consideration upon the application, filed December thirty-first, 1915, of The Southeastern Ohio Railway Company, a corporation organized under the laws of the state of Ohio, asking consent and authority to issue its common capital stock of the par value of eight hundred thousand dollars, seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars, par value, of said stock, with the proceeds from the sale of eight thousand dollars, par value thereof, to be used to pay the purchase price for the property formerly owned by The Southeastern Ohio Railway, Light and Power Company, which has been acquired by applicant at receiver's sale, and the proceeds of forty-two thousand dollars, par value, of said stock to be used for the construction of additions, extensions and improvements to said property.

After considering the pleadings and hearing the evidence, and being fully advised in the premises, and it appearing that said capital stock is to be issued for the purposes of acquiring property, to be used and useful for the prosecution of applicant's corporate

purposes, and for the construction, completion, extension and improvement of applicant's property and facilities, the commission is satisfied that the issue of said capital stock is reasonably required for the proper purposes of said corporation. It is, therefore,

ORDERED, That said The Southeastern Ohio Railway Company be, and it hereby is authorized to issue its common capital stock of the total par value of eight hundred thousand dollars ($800,000.00), and that fifty thousand dollars ($50,000.00), par value thereof be sold for the highest price obtainable but for not less than the par value thereof. It is further

ORDERED, That said capital stock and the proceeds arising from the sale of a portion thereof be, by applicant, used for the following purposes and no other, towit:

Seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars, par value, of said stock and the proceeds of eight thousand dollars, par value, thereof, to be delivered and paid, respectively, in full payment of the purchase price for the property formerly owned by The Southeastern Ohio Railway, Light and Power Company, consisting of real estate, right of way, tracks, structures, appurtenances and equipment, constituting a line of railway extending from the city of Zanesville, Ohio, to and into the village of Crooksville, Ohio, acquired by applicant at receiver's sale, which said property is fully described and enumerated in a detailed schedule attached to the application herein as "Exhibit A," which "Exhibit A" hereby is made a part of this order by reference.

The proceeds of forty-two thousand dollars, par value, of said stock to be used for the construction of additions, extensions and improvements to applicant's said property. It is further

ORDERED, That The Southeastern Ohio Railway Company make verified report to this commission, as follows: Upon the issue of said capital stock, or any part thereof, the fact of such issue and, if sold, the terms and conditions of sale and amounts realized therefrom; within fifteen days after the close of each calendar quarter, beginning with the period ending March thirtyfirst, 1916, the disposition and use made of said capital stock, or the proceeds thereof, setting forth in full detail the purposes for which said proceeds are expended, such reports to be made until all of said capital stock has been issued and disposed of and the proceeds of so much thereof as may be sold, expended pursuant to the terms and conditions of this order. It is further

ORDERED, That nothing herein shall be considered as a find

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