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The Stark County Motor Car Company, Canton, $25,000 A. L. Crowthers, F. L. Fuhr, E. O. Lathamar, H. T. Schaeffer, E. A. Pierce.
The Capital Grocery Company, Columbus, $5000 A. F. McDowell, John A. Park, H. G. Schneider, Roy Garrett, Geo. W. Rogers, R. Johnson.
The City Machine & Tool Company, Toledo, $10,000. Amos Lint, R. D. Logan, Frank O'Neil, K. M. Boblett, M. M. Lint.
The Zanesville Pythian Home Company, Zanesville, $20,000. R. C. Burton, A. W. Evans, L. L. Weber, J. W. Frazier, Davis.
The Whitney Hills Company, Toledo, $20,000; real estate. H. Whitney, Cora L. Failon, W. H. Moor, W. M. Baird, William Beard.
The Steel Products Engineering Company, Springfield, $100,000. J. E. McAdams, D. E. Freeman, E. E. Burkhart, L. M. McAdams, W. G. Pickrell.
The Pan-Chro Scope Company, Toledo, $10,000. F. C. Schall, Marjorie Davy, E. L. Miller, F. S. Wellsmere, J. J. Murphy.
The Parker Automobile Company, Toledo, $15,000. R. A. Parker, F. W. Bartling, Willis Wheaton, N. M. Turner, C. F. Watts.
The Ohio Express & Transfer Company, Steubenville, $1000. F. W. Muster, C. J. Eans, A. DeMarco, C. Cortels leso, D. Foglietti.
The John Keller Manufacturing Company, $10,000; toys. F. E. McKean, M. McLush, Harry Brenner, John Keller, Elizabeth Keller.
The A. J. Smith Construction Company, Cleveland, $5000. A. J. Smith, J. A. Cruikschank, S. Kupnieweski, F. W. Weston, E. G. Becker.
The Art De Luxe Company, Cincinnati, $25,000. F. H. Branham, J. G. Herman, W. J. McCauley, Jule Laughlin.
The Deep Rock Water Company, Youngstown, $25,000. John T. Harrington, James P. Wilson, J. W. Blackburn, J. W. Blackburn, Fred J. Heim, Richard B. Wilson.
The Cain Machine Company, East Liverpool, $25,000. W. M. Cain. J. W. Cain, T. F. Cain, J. C. Cain, G. L. Brokaw.
The Cleveland Blue Bird Photo Plays Company, Cleveland, $5000. E. P. Strong, Fred Desberg, George C. Kelley, F. A. Cook, S. I. Powell.
The Charles F. Smith Company. DayThe Gilt Edge Creamery Company, Shawnee, $10,000. Geo. C. Forquer, Frank A. Sharshal, Sebastian Spicer, John M. Verpers, James L. Conn, Edward W. Williams.
ton, $40,000; general contracting. Adolph W. Smith, I. J. Wetzel, Chas. F. Smith, Daniel Blau, Wellmore B. Turner.
The Sandusky Cement Company, Bay Ridge, $5000. Gustav von den Steinen, Paul J. Bickel, F. C. Van Cleef, C. M. Horn, I. L. Evans.
The Frank E. Smith Company, Lancaster, $10,000; undertaking. Frank E. Smith, Fred A. Hampson, Arthur E. Johnson. George S. Smith, James R. Johnson.
The George A. Howard Farming Company, Toledo, $30,000. John B. McMahon, Chas. S. Northrup, Wm. M. Richards, George A. Howard, Bernice Swisher.
The Nevada Elevator & Supply Company, Nevada, $15,000. C. R. Cross, Edward C. Doust, D. R. Wilkin, D. V. Fisher. H. E. McElwain.
The Monitor Silo Company, Botkins, $25,000 H. E. Sheets, Philip P. Sheets, C. A. Englebrecht, E. S. Sheets, Andrew J. Hess.
The Mathematical Wheel Company, Cleveland, $10,000 Frank A. Lukes, A. B. Williams, Will Rounds, M. J. King, H. H. King.
The Glenmont Farmers' Equity Exchange Company, Glenmont, $12,500. H. H. Tipton. Geo. E. Manchester, C. H. Smith, S. J. Kinsey, J. C. Bresson.
The Doscher Realty Company, Cincinnati, $10,000 John Doscher, Sophia Doscher, John Doscher, Jr., Harry Doscher, Minnie Doscher.
The Doscher Bros. Company, Cincinanti, $25,000; manufacturing Sugar, etc. John Doscher, Sophia Doscher, John Doscher, Jr., Harry Doscher, Minnie Doscher.
The Coffman Manufacturing Company, Washington C. H., $150,000; planing mill. L. C. Coffman, H. G. Coffman, Wm. S. Ford, M. S. Daugherty, James Ford.
The Sears & Nichols Canning Company, Chillicoth, $1,500,000. F. M. Nichols, W. J. Sears, Wayne Caldwell, C. H. Sears, Jas. Reichelderfer, John A. Poland.
The Northwest Boulevard Company, Columbus, $400,000; real estate. Ben S. Thompson, King G. Thompson, Andrw Timberman, Theo. E. Glenn, D. N. Postlewaite.
The Bergholtz Lumber Company, Bergholtz, $15,000. R. W. Emerson, Chas. W. Wolfe, Jr., Robert H. Williamson, Emerson Fisher, Margaret Emerson.
The Forest Glen Realty Company, Cincinnati, $125,000. Joseph Phillips, Henry D. Geigerman, Joseph L. Landenwitsch, Eva Phillips, William C. Stashley.
The Kepler Randolph Company, Dayton, $10,000; wall paper, etc. Walter T. Kepler, R. J. Randolph, H. L. Koogler, H. M. Kepler, H. G. Campbell.
The Leo Abt Company, Canton, $10,000; millinery and Ladies Ready-towear merchandise. Leo Abt, Flora Abt, A. L. Abt, Jos. Calmalet, O. M. Abt.
The Kasle Iron & Metal Company, Toledo, $10,000. Sam Kasle, Joe Kasle, Hannah N. Kasle, Anna L. Mayer, David B. Eppstein.
The Wm. Lucking Bottling Company, Cincinnati, $10,000. Wm. Lucking, Julius J. Schwarber, Fred H. Reeg, A. L. Bailer, C. H. Hoffmeister.
The Ohio-Union Manufacturing Company, Cincinnati, $10,000; chemical specialties. F. B. Pohlmeyer, Hugo A. Glug, H. W. Lucas, T. E. McQuaid, W. T. Atkinson.
The Oak Harbor Basket Company, Oak Harbor, $20,000. O. H. Kilmer, E. W. Leebeck, J. Fred Graves, Geo. Kiblken, A. W. Kalb.
The Martine Ferry Ice Company, Martins Ferry, $30,000. Geo. L. Spence, Edward Hite, A. R. Cochran, James Sweeney, David L. Mandey, Edwin Lewis, E. C. Boyd.
The Jenkins Garage, Ironton, $5000. Thomas Russell, Claud Whitney, Arthur Jenkins, Nick McMahon, Frank F. Phillips.
Increases. The Sea Swing Co., Cleveland, $20,000 to $32,000.
General Fireproofing Company, Youngstown; $1000,000 to $2,000,000.
The Trumbull Steel Company, Warren; $4,000,000 to $10,000,000.
The Rowlands-King Company, Lancaster; $25,000 to $200,000.
The Pattone Run Oil & Gas Company, Martins Ferry; $5000 to $10,000.
The Frantz Premier Company, Cleveland; $600,000 to $800,000.
The Standard Supply Company, Portsmouth; $50,000 to $100,000.
The Electric Realty Company, Warren; $10,000 to $60,000.
The Newark Stamping & Foundry Company; $35,000 to $50,000.
The Union Central Life Insurance Company; $- to $2,500,000.
The Fuliet Gravast Steamship Company, Cleveland, $200,000 to $475,000.
The Mohawk Clay Products Company; $25,000 to $50,000.
The First Savings Bank of Middletown, Ohio; $50,000 to $60,000.
Ormonds Savings & Loan Company; $1,000,000 to $2,000,000.
Woodville Lime & Cement Company, Toledo; $200,0000 to $300,000.
The Gerkins Oil Company, Dayton; $15,000 to $75,000.
Mason Tire & Rubber Company, Cleveland; $475,000 to $1,000,000.
Mason Tire & Rubber Company, Cleveland; $250,000 to $475,000.
The G. W. Shartzer Company, Dayton; $15,000 to $50,000.
Decreases. The Peoples Bank Co., Columbus, $50,000 to $28,000.
The Ohio Mattress Company, Cleve land; $25,000 to $15,000.
The Standard Tube Company, TO ledo; $300,000 to $275,000.
The Newark Stamping & Foundry Company; $50,000 to $35,000.
The Central Ohio Railroad Company; $500,000 to $10,000.
PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION
No. 780—In the Matter of the Joint Application of The Scioto
Valley Traction Company and Allen D. Newmyer, of Circleville, Ohio, for Authority to Purchase and Sell Electrical Distributing System at Kingston, Ohio. Prayer Approved.
(Dated March 14, 1916.) The Scioto Valley Traction Company, a corporation duly organized under the laws of the state of Ohio, and Allen D. Newmyer of Circleville, who owns and operates an electrical distributing system in and about the village of Kingstown, Ross county, Ohio, having, on the sixth day of March, 1916, filed their joint application asknig for the commission's consent to and approval of the sale and transfer, by the said Allen D. Newmyer, of the physical property, franchise and other assets of said electrical distributing system, and the purchase and acquisition thereof by said The Scioto Valley Traction Company, and the commission having, upon the filing of said application, deemed the assignment of said matter for hearing to be unnecessary, the same came on this day for final consideration and it appearing that the service furnished the public will be improved thereby and that the public will be furnished adequate service for a reasonable and just charge or rate therefor, the commission is satisfied that its consent and authority for the sale and purchase of said property should be granted. It is, therefore,
ORDERED, That the said Allen D. Newmyer be, and he hereby is authorized to sell and convey to said The Scioto Valley Traction Company, the physical property, franchise and other assets of his electrical distributing system in and about the village of Kingston, Ross county, Ohio, said property being fully described and enumerated in a detailed statement attached to the application herein, which said statement hereby is made a part of this order by reference; and said The Scioto Valley Traction Company hereby is authorized to purchase and acquire said property. It is further
ORDERED, That all expense due to displacement of electrical apparatus in the territory served by means of said property, due to change in character of electrical energy furnished, be assumed by said The Scioto Valley Traction Company. It is further
ORDERED, That nothing herein shall be construed to be the consent to, or approval by this commission of any increase in rates or diminution of service in the territory now served by means of said property. It is further
ORDERED, That nothing herein shall be considered as a finding by the commission of the value of the property herein authorized to be purchased and sold, as an acquiescence in the values placed upon said property by said parties, nor as an approval of the consideration stipulated; nor shall anything herein be construed as an approval by the commission of the rates now charged for service by said parties, nor as a finding by the commission that said rates are reasonable and not excessive and not discriminatory, or that the service of said parties is adequate, efficient or sufficient. It is further
ORDERED, That said parties forthwith file with this commission schedules providing for their respective withdrawal from and inauguration of service in the territory now served by means of said property, and that the authority herein granted may be exercised from and after said filing of such schedules.
757—In the Matter of the Application of The Amherst Home Tele
phone Company for Consent and Authority to Issue $30,000.00 Common Capital Stock. Prayer Approved.
This day, after full hearing, due notice of the time and place of which was given to all parties in interest, this matter came on for final consideration upon the amended application, filed March 2, 1916, of The Amherst Home Telephone Company, a corporation duly organized under the laws of the State of Ohio, asking for consent and authority to issue its common capital stock of the total par value of thirty thousand dollars, ten thousand dallars, par value thereof to be delivered to the present holders of a similar amount of capital stock sold at par in October, 1911, and the proceeds used to pay and discharge certain obligations incurred in the construction of additions and extensions to its plant and facilities, for which said issue of stock the consent and authority of the Commission was not obtained; the proceeds of ten thousand dollars, par value, of said stock to be used and discharge indebtedness, in the sum of $1,450.00 incurred in the construction of additions and betterments, and to construct further additions and improvements of the estimated cost of $8,550.00, and the proceeds of the remaining ten thou
sand dollars, par value of said stock to be used to reimburse applicant's treasury for moneys expended from income during the years 1912, 1913, 1914 and 1915, for the construction of additions, extensions and improvements to its said plant and facilities, and it appearing that the issue of said capital stock is reasonably required for the construction, completion, extension and improvement of applicant's plant and facilities and the maintenance and improvement of its service, the payment and discharge of its lawful obligations incurred thereby and for the reimbursement of its treasury for moneys actually expended from income, within the five years next preceding the filing of said application, therefore, the Commission is satisfied that its consent and authority for the issue of said capital stock should be granted. It is, therefore,
ORDERED, That said The Amherst Home Telephone Company be, and it hereby is authorized to issue its common capital stock of the total par value of thirty thousand dollars, ($30,000.00), and that twenty thousand dollars ($20,000.00), par value, thereof be sold for the highest price obtainable but for not less than the par value thereof. It is further
ORDERED, that ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00), par value, of said stock be issued to the holders of a like amount of applicant's said stock issued in October, 1911, the proceeds of which were applied to the payment of indebtedness incurred in the construction of additions, extensions and improvements to its plant and facilities, as fully set out on the first page of the amended applicaion herein, which hereby is mode a part of this order by reference, and that said issue of October, 1911, be forthwith cancelled and destroyed. It is further
ORDERED, That the proceeds arising from the sale of twenty thousand dollars ($20,000.00), par value, of said stock be devoted to and used for the following purposes, and no others, to-wit:
(a) $10,000.00 to be used to pay and discharge an indebtedness of $1,450.00 incurred in the construction of additions, extensions and betterments, and to provide additional extensions, improvements and betterments of the total estimated cost of $8,550.00, as more fully set out in paragraph two, on page two, of said amended application, which whereby is made a part of this order by reference.
(b) $10,000.00 to be used to reimburse applicant's treasury for moneys expended from income during the years 1912, 1913, 1914 and 1915, for the construction of additions, extensions and improve