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Banking -Companies—increase of stock and reduction of par value when capi.

tal becomes impaired, section 147, page 74.
insolvency-facts that are deemed evidence of, section

71, page 30.
powers of—not to be exercised unless corporation is

expressly incorporated for banking purposes, section

3, page 13.
Benevolent — Foreign corporations authorized to hold, mortgage, lease and con-
vey certain real estate, section 167, page

82.
Bonds—Cashier of bank to give bonds of at least $20,000, section 171, page 83.

Corporations to establish ferries, piers, docks, storehouses and yards after

merger, authorized to issue, section 244, page 117.
Corporations to dam rivers, construct canals, raceways, etc., authorized to

issue, section 116, page 63.
General power to mortgage real and personal estate and franchises, section

1, paragraph IV., page 12.
Insolvent manufacturing corporations may issue, in payment of claims

against them, which may be made convertable into stock, section 235,

page 108.

Power to hold bonds invests the corporation with the same ownership and

control as individuals, section 249, page 119.
Treasurer of corporations to give bonds as directed by by-laws, section 18,

page 20.

Books Of corporation, except those of stock and transfer, may be kept out of the

state, but subject to the order of court to have them brought into the

state, section 50, page 32.
Stock and transfer books must be kept at the principal office in the state,

section 36, page 26.
To be open to inspection and to be evidence of right to vote at elections,

section 36, page 26.
Business---- Abandonment of-how effected, section 34, page 25.

Change in nature of-how effected, section 33, page 24.
Directors to direct and manage, section 16, page 19.
Directors to be trustees to settle business when corporation is dissolved.

sections 57, 58 and 59, page 35.
Location of-may be carried on outside the state but principal office

must be in the state, section 15, page 18, and section 50,

page 32.

place to be stated in certificate of incorporation, section

11, page 17, and section 196, page 94.
place, when and how it may be changed, section 233,

page 106.

Object of-to be stated in certificate of incorporation, section 11, page

17, and section 196, page 94.
By-Laws--- All corporations have power to make, section 1, page 11 ; section 2,

page 12, and section 9, page 15.

By-Laws—–Directors—may confine choice to one class of stockholders to the

exclusion of others, section 17, page 19.
Concerning elections must be adopted thirty days previous thereto, sec-

tion 45,

page 29.

meetings—how to be called and conducted, section 21,

page 20.

officers and agents-how to be chosen and term of service,

section 19, page 20.
president-election of, section 17, page 19.
secretary and treasurer-selection of, and bond of treasurer,

section 18, page 20.
stock-transfer of, section 26, page 22.
vacancies—to be filled by, section 20, page 20.

C.

Call -For organization meeting, section 22, page 21.
Canal-Companies-incorporation of, not provided for in act of April 7, 1875,

section 10, page 15.
insolvent-franchise may be leased or sold, section 85, page

46, and section 222, page 102.
works not to be interfered with by those authorized to con-

struct dams, etc., section 119, page 64.
Candidate-For director not to act as officer at meeting for election of, section 42,

page 28.

Capital ----Stock—(See title Stock.)
Cashier --Of banking company to give bond of at least $20,000, section 171, page 83.
Certificate-Of incorporation-associates and objects for which it may be made,

section 10, page 16.
companies to sell credit and insure against losses

from bad debts, section 196, page 94.
construction of section 10 as to operating railroad,

section 211, page 100.
defects in, may be amended, section 186, page 88,

and section 226, page 104.
directors may be classified as to term of office, sec-

tion 17, page 19.
directors-number may be decreased, section 191,

page 91.

directors-number may be increased, section 134,

page 69, and section 242, page 106.
duly certified to be taken as evidence, section 12,

page 18.

and

filing and recording of, section 11, page 17,

section 13, page 18.

Certificate---Of incorporation—lost certificate, copy to be filed, section 245, page

118.
requisites of, section 11, page 17.
statement of limitations, where business is to be

done, etc., section 15, page 18.
supplemental, section 24, page 21 ; sections 245 and

246, page 118.
Increase of stock, section 31, page 24; section 134, page 69; section

143, page 72; section 157, page 78; section 203, page 97; section

235, page 108, and section 243, page 117.
Location of principal office, change of, section 233, page 106.
Name-change of, section 129, page 67, and section 130, page 68.
Officers and directors, list of to be filed, section 49, page 31, and section

128, page 67.
Penalty for issuing false, section 56, page

34.
Reduction of stock and par value of shares, section 33, page 24; section

135, page 70; section 141, page 72 ; section 147, page 74, and sec-

tion 178, page 86.
Renewal and extension of corporate existence, section 122, page 65 ;

section 205, page 98, and section 234, page 107.
Stockholders to have--of stock, section 23, page 21.
Taxes and fees upon filing, sections 163 to 166, pages 81 to 82, and

section 200, page 96.
voluntary dissolution of company, or corporations accepting the pro-

visions of the act of April 7, 1875, section 34, page 25; section 98,

page 51 ; section 128, page 67, and section 144, page 73.
Chancellor ---Books of corporation to be brought into the state under order of, section

50, page 32.
Destroyed or lost certificates of stock to be renewed under order of, sec-

tions 236 to 239, pages 109 to 113.
Effects of railroad companies to be taken under the charge of, upon

repeal of charter or dissolution of company, section 179, page 87.
Insolvent corporations—to appoint receiver, section 60, page 36, and

section 72, page 40.
hear and determine appeals from receiver,

section 82, page 45.
jurisdiction extends over all matters relative

to, section 61, page 36.
may authorize companies on re-organizing to

mortgage the property, section 136, page 71.
may enjoin corporations from doing any

business, section 70, page 39.
may order sale of real estate of corporations,

section 84, page 46.
receivers to operate railroad, subject to the

order of, section 223, page 103,

page 44.

Chancellor --Insolvent corporations-receivers, removal of, by, section 79,

report semi-annually to, section 76,

page 42

Change-Of business-how effected, section 33, page 24.

Of name-how effected, section 129, page 67.
Of par value of shares of stock, section 141, page 72, and section 147,

page 74.

Of principal office in the state, section 233, page 106.
Charters -Liable to alteration, suspension or repeal, section 6, page 13.

Notice to be given of application to legislature for, section 97, page 51.
Number of directors may be decreased in companies existing under

special, section 191, page 91.
Railroad property to be under charge of chancellor when charter is

repealed, section 179, page 87.
Revivor of—by extension, sections 121 and 122, page 65.

when organization has been maintained, but failed to

renew, section 205 and 206, page 98.
Void—by order chancellor, section 83, page 45, and section 133, page 69.
Circuit Courts—Cases for and against receivers may, at the request of either party,

be tried at circuit by jury, section 78, page 43.

Condemnation of land for dams, sections 111 and 112, page 60.
Claims -Assignment of—to company insuring against loss from bad debts, prohib-

ited, section 198, page 96.

When bonds or stock may be issued to pay, section 235, page 108.
Classification -Which directors may be classified as to terms of office, section 17,

page 19.

Clergymen--Societies for the relief of-to increase the number of directors, etc.,

section 169, page 82.
Clerk -Of county-certificates to be received and recorded by-

directors-decrease of, section 191, page 91.
incorporation, section 11, paragraph V., page 19; section 98,

page 51 ; section 144, page 73; section 186, page 89 ; sec-

tion 196, page 95, and section 226, page 104.
name-change of, section 129, page 68.
shares—change of par value, section 141, page 72.

increase of, section 143, page 72.
stock-decrease of, section 33, page 24.

increase of, section 24, page 21, and section 31, page

24.

payment for, section 30, page 23.
Collateral — Stock transferred as security to be noted in transfer book, section 26,

page 22.

Stock pledged as security entitled to vote by owner at election for

directors, section 39, page 28.
Collection - Agencies-companies insuring against loss from bad debts must not

act as collection agencies, section 198, page 95.

page 40.

Commission In condemnation of land for dams, etc., section 111, page 57.

Upon appeal from decision of, section 112, page 60.
Common Seal - -Power to make, use and alter, section 1, page 11.
Compensation Agents and officers-power to fix, section 1, page 11.

Engineers to supervise construction of dams to be fixed by the

governor, section 108, page 55.

Receiver—to be fixed by chancellor, section 72,
Condemnation of Land— Not authorized by companies organized under the act of

April 7, 1875, section 10, page 15, except for dams,

section 110, page 56.
Operation as lessee of railroad already constructed, and

that does not require additional exercise of the right

of condemnation, authorized, section 211, page 100.
Required for dams and water powers, how effected, sec.

tion 110, page 56.
Contracts -For the sale, lease or merger of franchise must be filed in the office of

the secretary of state, section 100, page 52; section 241, page 115,

and section 253, page 122.
Irrepealable contracts—the extension of, prohibited, section 123, page

65; section 124, page 66, and section 207, page 98.
Co-operative Societies -Capital $1,000 to $50,000, section 150, page 76.
Corporate--Consolidation or merger—ferry, storehouse and certain other com-

panies, sections 240 to 244, pages 114 to

117.
hotel, land improvement, etc., sections 250

to 254, pages 119 to 123.
Corporations--Provisions of law applicable to those organized under any law of the

State of New Jersey-
Actions against directors or stockholders, sections 93 to 96, page 50.
Dissolution of, section 34, page 25; sections 57 to 62, page 35; sec-

tions 65 and 66, page 37; section 92, page 49, and section 128,

page 67.

Elections, sections 36 to 49, pages 26 to 32; section 106, page 54;

and section 224, page 103.
Insolvency, section 63, page 37; section 69, page 38; section 70,

page 39; sections 72 to 84, pages 40 to 46, and section 133, page
69; (except corporations not formed for purposes of gain, section

86.)
Meetings, sections 50 and 51, pages 32 and 33, and section 224,

page 104.

Miscellaneous-
Change of name, sections 129 and 130, pages 67 to 69.

office, section 233, page 106.
Contract for sale or lease, sections 100 to 104, pages 52 to 54.
Corporators-vacancies, section 185, page 88.
Directors—increase of, section 134, page 69.

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