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Sessional papers, first session of the ninth parliament of Canada

parliamentary papers

Incorporated February 20, 1900. - - - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000.

Number of shares, 2,000,000. — Amount of each share, 50c.

Corporate Members: — Francis Bartels, insurance agent; Hubert Trefflé Chalifoux, manufacturer; Thomas Ernest Fee, lumber merchant ; Louis Emile Heribel, accountant ; Paul F. Payan, manufacturer, and Francois Xavier Cleophas Pagnuelo, merchant, all of the city of St. Hyacinthe, Que., and Henri Hector Pagnuelo, merchant, and Eugene Sicotte, sheriff, both of the parish of St. Hyacinthe, Que., and George Dallas Baird Turner, mining engineer, of Reel Bluff, Montana, U.S.A.

First or Provisional Directors : — The said corporate members.

Chief place of Business: — City of St. Hyacinthe, Que.

Objects of the Company: — [a.) To explore for, mine, smelt, reduce, treat, manufacture, sell and deal in gold, silver, copper, galena, iron and all other ores, metals and mineral substances and their compounds and products; (b.) To carry on the business of mining in all its branches; (c.) To acquire, purchase, lease and hold by any legal title mineral lands and mining rights, and to work and develop the resources of the same; for the purposes aforesaid, to acquire water privileges and water-rights, to dig ditches, build and construct flumes, aqueducts, works, and any other system of waterways and to convey water from one place to another by any means the company deem expedient ; to purchase or otherwise acquire any patent or patents for any invention for or relating to any of the purposes aforesaid which the company may see fit, and to sell any patent or patents acquired by them or any right of using, selling, or manufacturing thereunder ; {d.) To build, acquire, construct, and maintain all necessary plant, machinery, mills, wharfs and warehouses, telegraph and telephone lines, roads, streets and other works which may be found necessary or convenient for the objects of the company ; («.)
To buy, sell and deal in goods, wares, and to build and operate stores and boarding houses so far as necessary in order to accommodate and meet the requirements of the officers and employees of the company.

Provided that nothing herein contained shall be construed to interfere with any private rights or to confer on the said company the right of building bridges, piers, or works over any navigable river in Canada, without the consent of the Governor in Council, or of erecting posts or placing their lines of telegraph or telephone upon the line of any railway, without the consent of the company or parties to whom such railway belongs.

Provided also that any message in relation to the administration of justice, the arrest of criminals, the discovery or prosecution of crime, and government messages or despatches shall always be transmitted in preference to any other message or despatch, if required by any person connected with the administration of justice, or any person thereunto authorized by any Minister of Canada.
The cited information was sourced from Electronic Document (email, file) published by in 1901 <> (Ref: vol 12, session 1901) The author/originator was Parliament of Canada. This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.

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