The Corporation Laws of California: Containing All Provisions of the Constitution, Codes and Statutes of California, Relating to Private Corporations, Together with Annotations and Legislative and Judicial History Thereof. Also an Appendix, Containing the Text of All Laws Continued in Force by Section 288 of the Civil Code

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William Irvin Brobeck, Richard Maury Sims
Bancroft-Whitney, 1904 - 1094 من الصفحات

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Dues to be secured by individual liability etc
32
Term corporations construed
40
13 State not to loan its credit nor subscribe to stock of cor
46
Foreign corporations conditions
48
Officers of corporations restriction as to interests
54
APPENDIX
57
ARTICLE L
59
Assessment of railroads
67
Right to collect ratesHow exercised
76
GENERAL PROVISIONS APPLICABLE TO ALL CORPORATIONS
77
Private how formed 8487
84
Name of instrument creating corporation
99
Five corporators three to be citizens of the state to sign
106
Who are members and who stockholders of a corpora
114
300a Change of nameFiling copy of decree
120
Adoption of bylaws when how and by whom 127130
127
Bylaws to be copied and open to public inspection
147
Directors must be elected and bylaws adopted at first
159
310 Removal from office of directors etc 171
171
Stock how represented 177
177
Meetings where held
183
Certificates how and when issued 206211
206
Transfer of shares held by married women etc Divi
222
ASSESSMENTS OF STOCK Page 331 Directors may levy assessments 224230
224
LimitationHow levied 230232
230
What order shall contain
233
Publication and service of notice 234
234
Delinquent noticeForm 235
235
Contents of notice
236
Jurisdiction acquired how 237
237
Sale to be by public auction
238
Disposition of stock purchased by corporation 239
239
Extension of time of delinquent sale
240
347 Action for recovery of stock and limitation thereof
241
Affidavit of publicationAffidavits of saleTo be filed
242
CHAPTER III
243
Powers of corporations 244269
244
Grand Lodge etc 105 Cal 325 779 780
258
Limitation of powers
269
Banking expressly prohibited
270
Corporation to organize within one year 271276
271
Increasing and diminishing capital stock how 276283
276
General Provisions Applicable to all Corporations 88 283
283
361 Consolidation of mining corporations owning adjoining claims 284
284
Amendment of articles or certificate of incorporation 285288
285
ARTICLE III
294
403
300
Insurance Corporations 8 414452
307
Policies how issued and by whom signed
308
Directors liable for loss on insurance in certain cases
309
Exception capital of one hundred thousand dollars
311
CHAPTER II
312
Property which may be insured
313
Limit of one risk 315
315
Amounts to be reserved before making dividends 316
316
Reservation by companies with less than two hundred thousand dollars capital 317
317
Amounts to be reserved by life insurance companies
318
CHAPTER III
319
Of what guarantee fund shall consist 320
320
440 Declaration of fixed capital to be filed 321
321
Guarantee notes and interest how disposed of
322
Number of directors may be altered how
323
Limitations to the holding of stock and in other particu lars may be provided for in bylaws
324
Insurance corporations to furnish data to insurance com missionerEmployment of actuary 325 325
325
No stamp required on accident insurance contract
326
TITLE II
331
Additional provisions in assessment and transfer of stock
332
Railroads through cities not to charge fare to and from
336
May and profile to be filed 343
343
points therein Repealed
347
Corporations may consolidate Publication of notice Copy to be filed 348
348
State lands granted for use of corporations
352
Wood stone and earth may be taken from state lands
353
CHAPTER III
354
Annual report to be verifiedForm of report
355
Duties of corporation 356
356
Corporations to pay damages for refusal
357
Corporations to post printed regulations and not respon sible for damages in violation of rules
358
Corporation may recover damages when 359
359
Regulations of trains Penalty 361
361
Passenger refusing to pay fare 362
362
Officers to wear badge 363
363
Rates of charges 364
364
Passenger tickets how issued and to be good for six months 365367
365
491 Character of rails to be used
367
To apply to all railroad companies
368
TITLE IV
371
tracks 373375
373
Two corporations may use the same track 375377
375
Crossing tracksObstructions
377
Time allowed for commencing and completing workPen
378
Provisions of title III applicable to street railroads 384
384
Toll gatherer may detain persons until they pay toll
390
Bridge Ferry Wharf Chute and Pier Corporations 8 528
394
This title to apply to natural persons alike with corpora
396
Party guilty of willful and malicious injury liable to
397
Water and Canal Corporations 8 548552
400
To build and keep bridges in repair 403
403
When corporation is terminated and how
409
No dividends except from surplus profitsTo contract
415
Property which may be owned by corporationsRestric tions in purchases as provided above 416418
416
Married women and minors may own stock in their own right
419
To provide reserve fund for the payment of losses 420
420
Prohibition on director and officer and what vacates office 421
421
Definition of phrase create debts 422
422
Banks amount of capital stock required
423
Restrictions on savings banks
424
583a Capital actually paid up must be published
425
Mining Corporations 8 584587
426
Transfer agencies
427
TITLE XII
428
Additional faots articles of incorporation to set out 429
429
Amount of real estate limited 430432
430
How much land friendly etc societies may hold
432
What may be provided for in their bylaws 434436
434
Members admitted after incorporation
436
Churches how incorporated 438441
438
Same 441
441
Consolidation of debts
442
CEMETERY CORPORATIONS
443
TITLE XIV
449
Capital stock 455
455
Loans and installments 458460
458
Rate of interestSecurity 460
460
ForfeitureArrears in payments 461
461
Purchase of real estate 462
462
Borrowing money
463
Membership 464
464
Annual report 465
465
Foreign corporations deposit by 466
466
Electing to continue business 467
467
Subject to provisions relating to bank commissioners 468
468
Definition of
469
Colleges and Seminaries of Learning 8 649651
470
Board of trustees powers of 471
471
Existing institutions may reincorporate under this act
472
TITLE XVIII
473
Transfer of propertyIndebtednessSpecific grants Dissolution
474
Requisites for acknowledgment 475
475
Form of acknowledgment by corporation
476
SECRETARY OF STATE Page 416 Fees 513516
513
ARTICLE XVI
516
Eligibility
517
Business of insurance not to be transacted without his certificate 519521
519
To examine affairs of companies when 521
521
Fines imposed if companies refuse
522
Proceedings on failure to make up capital 523525
523
What constitutes insolvency 525527
525
Must keep a record
527
Fees to be paid to commissioner
528
Certain certificates to be filed in his office 529
529
Same
530
Statements to be made by insurance companies
531
Showing to be made in 532535
532
Statement by life health and accident companies 535537
535
Stock notes how computed
537
Agent upon whom process may be served 538
538
Penalty for failure to make statement 540
540
Securities deposited by companies 541
541
Deposits receipts for
542
Examination of securities deficiencies 543
543
Retaliatory clause 544
544
622a Foreign insurance corporations other than life tax on premiums 545
545
Bonds to be filed
546
To furnish assessor with certain information
547
Salary of commissioner
548
631 Location of office
549
TITLE VII
555
Appropriation of damages for highways taken
559
Application when unnecessary
560
One road corporation using the roadbed of another
561
Guideposts
562
County may purchase road how 563
563
Appraisement and award how made
564
ARTICLE II
565
Encroachments how removed
566
Inspection of roads and repairs
567
Enforcing obedience to notice and requirement
568
CHAPTER IV
569
Notice must be proved
570
License tax and rate of tolls how fixed
571
Inquiry of the board of supervisors fixing tolls
572
When bridge unites two counties
573
Owner of land preferred to build bridge or ferry 574
574
How lands are acquired for use of bridge or ferry
575
Application for leave to construct
576
2872 Action of the board of supervisors
577
How constructed over navigable waters
578
Persons exempt
579
Application for leave to erect and notice
580
Powers of board of supervisors
581
Application what to contain and how made
582
Notice served on nonresidents
583
One hundred and fifty feet on each side of wharf etc
584
Franchise what constitutes
585
License and the tax for
586
Cities and towns exempted and authorized
587
TITLE IX
588
Shares of national banks 589591
589
Shares of national banks
592
CHAPTER III
596
situated
602
Agent of corporation statement by to board of equaliza tion 603606
603
Assessment of railway franchises and properties 606609
606
_3666 Record of assessment of railways 610
610
Notice to controller of county vote 611
611
Publication Ly controller 612614
612
Certain taxes to be paid state treasurer 614616
614
Controller to sue for delinquent taxes 616618
616
3671 Basis of taxation for counties
619
CHAPTER XI
625
FRAUDULENT INSOLVENCIES BY CORPORATIONS
626
tions 396
629
Foreign corporations
632
When and how gerved
636
Appearance and plea
637
STATUTES AT LARGE STATUTES OF CALIFORNIA RELATING TO CORPORATIONS ENACTED SUBSEQUENT TO THE ACT ESTABLISHI...
639
Acknowledgments
640
Consolidation of Colleges and Institutions of Higher Educa
652
361a Transfer of franchise not valid without consent of stock holders 287
653
Arbitration 655657
655
Banks and Banking 657681
657
Spring Valley G Co 106 Cal 551 763
674
Bonds 682
682
Bridges 683685
683
Building and Loan Associations 686693
686
Cemetery Associations
693
Chambers of Commerce Boards of Trade and Me chanic Institutes 694697
694
Conspiracy 697
697
Cooperative Associations 698704
698
Corporations Generally
705
Lunch Hours for Laborers
706
Cruelty to Children 714716
714
Executors 716723
716
Fire Patrol 723726
723
Foreign Corporations 726731
726
Franchises 731742
731
Gas Companies 743747
743
Insurance 747759
747
Mining 759772
759
Byrnes 122 Cal 274 764 768
764
Mutual Benefit Societies 772782
772
Railroads 783788
783
Railroad Commissioners 788793
788
TITLE VII
794
Water Companies 796806
796
TELEGRAPH CORPORATIONS
809
Corporations in General 810821
810
Foreign Corporations
821
Railroad Corporations 836860
836
Plank and Turnpike Road Corporations 860867
860
Wagon Road Corporations 867
867
Toll Road Corporations 868871
868
tions 871882
871
Chambers of Commerce Boards of Trade and Me chanics Institutes
882
Canal Corporations 889893
889
Mining Corporations 894897
894
Telegraph Corporations 897905
897
Bridge Corporations 906910
906
Religious Benevolent and Learned Associations 910915
910
Odd Fellows Temperance Halls etc 915
915
Orphan Foundling Cemetery and Other Societies 916918
916
Navigation Corporations 918921
918
Rural Cemetery Associations 921925
921
Homestead Associations 926934
926
Savings and Loan Societies 934942
934
Library Associations 943947
943
Cruelty to Animals Association
948
Colleges 954958
954
General Index 9611078
1078
Index to Appendix 10791094
1079
Appeal North Beach etc R R Co 32 Cal 499 4
4
May use right of way along waters roads and highways
71
McQuiddy 77 Cal 408 83
83
San Francisco 16 Cal 255 142 267
116
Gamble 42 Cal 86 212 219
172
Irvine 70 Cal 221 249
221
Contract to relieve directors void 224
224
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الصفحة 51 - A corporation or association may be sued in the county where the contract is made or is to be performed, or where the obligation or liability arises, or the breach occurs; or in the county where the principal place of business of such corporation is situated, subject to the power of the Court to change the place of trial as in other cases.
الصفحة 46 - The stock and indebtedness of corporations shall not be increased except in pursuance of general law, nor without the consent of the persons holding the larger amount in value of the stock first obtained at a meeting to be held after sixty days' notice given in pursuance of law.
الصفحة 830 - ... for all the debts of the company then existing, and for all that shall be thereafter contracted...
الصفحة 864 - To hold, purchase and convey such real and personal estate, as the purposes of the corporation shall require, not exceeding the amount limited in its charter:
الصفحة 3 - Private property shall not be taken or damaged for public use without just compensation having been first made to, or paid into Court for, the owner, and no right of way shall be appropriated to the use of any corporation other than municipal until full compensation therefor be first made in money or ascertained and paid into Court for the owner...
الصفحة 19 - The Legislature shall have no power to authorize lotteries or gift enterprises for any purpose, and shall pass laws to prohibit the sale in this State of lottery or gift enterprise tickets, or tickets in any scheme in the nature of a lottery.
الصفحة 49 - ... books in which shall be recorded the amount of capital stock subscribed, and by whom; the names of the owners of its stock, and the amounts owned by them respectively; the amount of stock paid in, and by whom; the transfers of said stock: the amount of its assets and liabilities, and the names and place of residence of its officers.
الصفحة 45 - SEC. 9. .No corporation shall engage in any business other than that expressly authorized in its charter, or the law under which it may have been or may hereafter be organized...
الصفحة 658 - Commonwealth, the board shall, upon application as hereinafter provided, and as soon as practicable thereafter, visit the locality of the dispute and make careful inquiry into the cause thereof, hear all persons interested therein who may come before them, advise the respective parties what, if anything, ought to be done or submitted to by either or both to adjust said dispute, and make a written decision thereof.
الصفحة 402 - All corporations formed to supply water to cities or towns must furnish pure fresh water to the inhabitants thereof, for family uses, so long as the supply permits, at reasonable rates and without distinction of persons, upon proper demand therefor; and must furnish water to the extent of their means, in case of fire or other great necessity, free of charge.

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