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Fifth. That the number of directors of this corporation shall be and the names and residences of those who are appointed for the first year are: [Names and residences here.]
Sixth. That the amount of the capital stock of this corporation shall be dollars, and shall be divided into
shares, of dollars each.
Seventh. That the names and residences of the stockholders of said corporation, and the number of shares held by each, are as follows, to wit:
Number of Shares.
In testimony whereof, we have hereunto subscribed our names, this
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STATE OF KANSAS, COUNTY, $s.
Personally appeared before me, a notary public in and for County, Kansas, the above-named
who are personally known to me to be the same persons who executed the foregoing instrument of writing, and duly acknowledged the execution of the same. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my name and affixed my notarial seal, this
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Notary Public. (My commission expires 19)
and State of
President, and Secretary of said corporation, hereby certify that at a meeting of its stockholders held on the day of
190—, by a vote representing a majority of the capital thereof, a
resolution was adopted increasing its capital stock from
dollars to dollars, to be divided into
shares of $
each; and further say, that the names and residences of the subscribers for said increase of stock and the number of shares subscribed for by each are as hereinafter set forth; and we further say, that per cent. of said increase of stock has been fully paid in.
Number of Shares.
CHARTERS FOR FOREIGN CORPORATIONS.
OFFICE OF SECRETARY OF STATE, TOPEKA, Kan. To Foreign Corporations Seeking Permission to do Business in Kansas:
The law requires the Charter Board to inquire into the solvency of your corporation, and to determine that your capital is unimpaired, before such permission can be granted.
To the end that the Board may have the necessary information, the inclosed application should be accompanied by a verified statement, showing value of real estate by parcels, par and market values, stocks, bonds, bills receivable, and other resources, itemized sufficiently, so that the Board may know their nature and value, if any of these items appear as resources in the fifth subdivision of the application.
J. R. BURROW, Secretary of State.
APPLICATION FOR AUTHORITY TO ENGAGE IN BUSINESS IN
THE STATE OF KANSAS AS A FOREIGN CORPORATION. To the Charter Board of the State of Kansas: 'The
a corporation, organized under the laws of the State of applies for permission to engage in business in the State of Kansas, and for that purpose submits the following statement, to wit:
First. A certified copy of its charter or articles of incorporation, which is filed herewith.
Second. The place where the principal office or place of business of said corporation is located is
Third. The full nature and character of the business in which said corporation proposes to engage within the State of Kansas is
Fourth. The names and addresses of the officers and trustees or direct
Sixth. The amount of the capital stock of said corporation is dollars, divided into shares, of
dollars each. We further state that the above application is made in good faith, with the intention that said corporation shall actually engage in the business specified, and none other. STATE OF KANSAS, COUNTY, 88.
I, -, President, and I, - Secretary, of the above-named corporation, do solemnly swear that the above is a full and complete statement of the resources and liabilities of said corporation, as shown by the books of the same, and that said statement and the several matters and things contained in this application are true in every particular, to the best of my knowledge and belief. So help me God.
, Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this day of
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, Notary Public.
(My commission expires Know all Men by These Presents: That The a corporation or ganized under the laws of the State of
and with its principal office at
in said State, hereby consents, without power of revocation, that actions may be commenced against it, the said
in the proper court of any county in the State of Kansas in which a cause of action against such corporation may arise, or may have heretofore arisen, or in which plaintiff may reside, by service of process on the Secretary of State of the State of Kansas; and the said corporation stipulates and agrees that such service shall be taken and held in all courts to be as valid and binding as if due service had been made upon the president or any other chief officer of said corporation.
In witness whereof, said corporation has caused these presents to be executed by its president and its secretary, and authenticated by its corporate seal, at in said State of
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At a meeting of the Directors of -, duly held at the office of said company, on the
offered the following resolution, and moved its adoption:
Resolved, that the President and Secretary of the be and they are hereby authorized and instructed to execute the written consent thereof to be sued in the State of Kansas, in the
manner provided in section 3 of an act of the Legislature of the State of Kansas concerning private corporations, approved January 7, 1899.
The resolution was adopted.
COUNTY, ss. -, being duly sworn, says he is Secretary of The of and that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board of Directors of said
day of 19–, together with the minutes concerning said resolution.
, Secretary. Sworn to and subscribed before me, this
19— Notary Public. (My commission expires
OFFICE OF SECRETARY OF STATE, TOPEKA, Kan. Gentlemen — I invite your attention to the matter of making the annual report of your corporation to this office for the year ending June 30, 1903.
Herewith I inclose a blank form upon which this report should be made, and you will greatly oblige me and facilitate the transaction of the business of this office by sending in the report without unnecessary delay.
The importance of making this report should not be overlooked, and I invite your attention to the acts of the Legislature providing penalties for failure to comply with the provisions of this law (see chapter 125, section 3, Laws of 1901):
EXTRACT: The failure of any such [Kansas] corporation to file statement provided for within ninety days from the time provided for filing the same shall work a forfeiture of the charter of any corporation organized under the laws of this State, and the Charter Board may at any time thereafter declare the charter of such corporation forfeited, and upon the declaration of any such forfeiture it shall be the duty of the AttorneyGeneral to apply to the district court of the proper county for the appointment of a receiver to close out the business of such corporation; and such failure to file such statement by any corporation doing business in this State and not organized under the laws of this State shall work a forfeiture of its right or authority to do business in this State, and the Charter Board may at any time declare such forfeiture, and shall forthwith publish such declaration in the official State paper."
Nor can a corporation maintain an action in court or collect an account by law unless it has complied with this provision of the statutes. The law requires that a filing fee of $1 must accompany said report.
Very truly yours,
J. R. BURROW, Secretary of State.