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Limitation - Of acts of the legislature- May 9, 1889, amending section two of sup-

plement of March 31, 1882, not to apply
to companies existing under special act
or those in the hands of a receiver, sec-

tion 220, page 101.
May 7, 1889, not to interfere with rights of

state, or continue irrepealable contracts,
nor to apply to companies against which
quo warranto or other proceedings for
dissolution are pending, section 207, page

98.
List--Of corporations organized under general laws to be compiled and published,

section 201, page 96.
directors and officers to be filed annually with secretary of state, section

49, page 31 ;-also on dissolution of company, section 128, page 67.
stockholders entitled to vote at elections to be made and produced at

elections, section 36, page 26, aud section 41, page 28.
Literary- Societies-provisions of act of April 7, 1875, as to insolvency not to

apply to, section 86, page 47.
Loans--To stockholders prohibited, section 54, page 34.
Location - Of principal office to be stated in certificate of incorporation, section 11,

page 17.
when and how it may be changed, section 233, page

106.
Lost --Certificate of stock lost or destroyed, how renewed, sections 236 to 239, pages

109 to 113.

M.

Machine companies-- Residence of directors of, section 230, page 105.
Majority Of directors of plank road companies, to be residents of state, section

120, page 65.
Managers (See title Directors.)
Manufacturing companies--- Act of 1846, repealed, section 101, page 53.

Act of 1849, repealed, section 102, page 54.
Formed under those acts to come under act of 1875,

section 98, page 51, and section 144, page 73.
How and when to declare dividends, section 7, page

13, and section 52, page 33.
Insolvent, may issue bonds or stock to pay claims, sec-

tion 235, page 108.
Organized under act of 1875, section 10, page 15; seco

tion 150, page 76, and section 332, page 106.
Residence and nuinber of directors, section 127, page

66, and section 154, page 77.

Manufacturing companies--- Resident director to fi'e name and residence, section

154, page 77.
Taxation of property of, section 105, page 54 ; section

145, page 74, and section 181, page 87.
Meetings — Annual, for election of directors, may be changed, section 106, page 54,

and section 170, page 83.
By-lay's to provide for calling and conducting, section 21, page 20.
Change of business, or dissolution, meetings to consider, section 34, page

25.

Insolvency, meetings to receive statement of affairs, section 69, page 38.
Organization of company, meeting, how called, section 22, page 21.
Place of holding, principal office within the state, section 50, page 32.
Three stockholders may call meeting on ten days' notice, section 51,

page 33.
Merger -Consolidation of companies created to establish ferries, store houses, piers

and docks, or maintain yards for live-stock, sections 240 to 244, pages

114 to 117.
Mining companies — Organized under act of 1875, section 10, page 15.

Purchase of mines, section 55, page 34.
When assessments may be called in by directors, without

action of stockholders, section 160, page 79.

When dividend may be guaranteed by, section 161, page 80.
Mutual associations— May issue stock, section 195, page 94.

N.

Name-

Certificate of incorporation to designate, section 11, page 17.
Dissimilar to that of any existing company, section 247, page 119.
May be changed, section 129, page 67.
Of directors and officers to be reported to secretary of state, section 49,

page 31, and section 128, page 67.
Of stockholders to be stated in certificate of incorporation, section 11,

page 17.
Of application for charter, section 97, page 51.
First meeting to organize, section 22, page 21.
Levy of assessments, section 27, page 22, and section 29, page 23.
Penalty for issuing false, section 56, page 34.
Reduction of stock or change of business, section 34, page 25.
Stockholders meeting as to dissolution of company, section 34, page 25.

Notice

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secretary, section 18, page 20.
who to take, when company is acting as trustee, section 229,

page 105.

Office —

Officers-

Principal office to be in the state, section 50, page 32, and section 233,

page 106.
When business requires an office outside the state, how provided for, sec-

tion 15, page 18, and section 50, page 32.
-Appointment of, section 1, page 11, and section 19, page 20.
Vacancies how filled, section 20, page 20.
When executions against for debts of the company are to be stayed, sec-

tion 96, page 50.
When paying accounts for the company, how to recover, section 95,

page 50.
When and how suits for liability of may be brought, section 92, page 49,

and section 93, page 50.
(See title Penalty.)

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Par Value-

Of shares of stock-certificate of incorporation to designate, section

11, page 17.
may be changed or decreased, section 141, page

72; section 147, page 74, and section 178,

page 86.

Penalty-

Assessments—failure to pay, section 28, page 23.
Bonds—failure to secure one from cashier, section 172, page 84.
Books—failure to bring into state on order of court, section 50, page 32.

failure to keep or submit for examination, transfer, section 36,

page 26.
Director, candidate for, when officer of meeting at election, section 42,

page 28.

Information, failure to give, to public officers with writs of execution,

section 68, page 38.
Notices or certificates, for issuing false, section 56, page 34.
Officers, failure to file list of, with secretary of state, section 49, page 31.
Stock, failure to give notice of decrease of, section 33, page 24.

dividends, declaring illegal, section 7,

page 13.
increase of, section 32, page 24.

withdrawing of, section 53, page 33.
Stockholders, failure to produce list of, at elections, section 41, page 28.

loaning money to, section 54, page 34.
Pipes and Conduits How to be laid in streets and highways, sections 189, page

90, and section 190, page 91.
Plank Road Companies---A majority of directors to be residents of state, section

120, page 65.
Poliee Jurisdiction—--Agricultural fair associations authorized to exercise, section

210, page 99.

Powers ---Granted to corporations generally, section 1, page 11.

although they may not be specified in charter or certificate, see-

tion 2, page 12.
as expressly given, or such as necessary to the exercise of the

same only, section 3, page 13.
banking not to be exercised unless expressly stated, section 4,

page 13.

general laws may extend or limit, section 9, page 15.
officers and stockholders, as well as companies hereafter organ.

ized, to be governed by the provisions of act of April 7, 1875,

section 14, page 18.
special acts may extend or limit, section 8, page 14.
special powers requisite for different classes of business, (see

Appropriate Titles.)
Preferred Stock — Not to exceed two-thirds the capital paid in, section 25, page 21.

When may be issued by insolvent companies to pay claims, sec-

tion 235, page 108.
President- Appointment of, section 17, page 19.
Certificate of, to county clerk, amount of stock paid in, section 30,

page 23.
increase of stock, section 31, page 24.
reduction of stock or change of busi-

ness, section 33, page 24.
Duties when elections are not held at the time designated in act of

incorporation, section 46, page 30.

Liabilities on failure to make certificates, sections 32 and 33, page 24.
Process — Against corporations, and how served, section 87, page 47.

foreign corporations, and how served, section 88, page 48.
return of, effect and proceedings under, sections 89 and 90, page

48, and section 152, page 76.
Proxies — Absent stockholders may vote by, section 21, page 20.

Not good for more than three years after date, section 33, page 24.
Purposes For which corporations may be formed under general corporation act

of April 7, 1875, and supplements, section 10, page 15, and section
196, page 94.

Quorum-

Number of shares or amount of interest necessary to constitute, to be

provided for in by-laws, section 21, page 20.

R.

Railroad-

Chancellor to take charge of effects of, when charter repealed, section

179, page 87,

Railroad Companies organized under act of April 7, 1875, may operate as lessee,

section 211, page 100.
sea side resort improvement, when may subscribe to con-

struct, section 177, page 85.
shall not be incorporated under act of April 7, 1875, section

10, page 15.
works of, not to be interfered with in constructing dams,

section 119, page 64.
Insolvent companies-receiver may operate, under chancellor, section

223, page 103.
operating expenses, first lien on re-

ceipts, section 223, page 103.
sell or lease franchise of, section 85,

page 46; section 222, page 102,

and section 228, page 105.
wages of employees a first lien, section 63, page

37, and section 223, page 103.
Real estate — Corporations may hold, mortgage and convey, section 1, page 11.

outside the state, section 15, page 18.
Foreign corporations may hold and convey, section 99, page 52; sec-

tion 158, page 79, and section 167, page 82.
Insolvent and dissolved corporations, property how disposed of, sec-

tions 62 to 64, pages 36 to 37.
may be sold free of liens, sec-

tion 84, page 46.
Not to be alienated after order of publication is granted, section

91, page 49.
Taxes on, section 105, page 54 ; section 145, page 74, and section 181,

page 87.
Receivers— (See title Insolvency.)
Report- Of name and residence of officers to be made annually to secretary of state,

section 49, page 31.
On filing, state fee of one dollar to be paid, section 200, page 96.

Receivers, semi-annually to chancellor, section 76, page 42.
Residence-- Of directors of—foundry and machine companies, section 230, page 105.

manufacturing companies, section 127, page 66, and

section 154, page 77.
plank road companies, section 120, page 65.
water companies, section 127, page 66.
when company is dissolved to be filed, section 128,

page 67.
stockholders to be stated in certificate of incorporation, section 11,

page 17, and section 196, page 94.

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