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Original Articles of Utica & Waterville.

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9. Justus Childs, Clayville.
10. Marinus Hubbard, Marshall.
11. Samuel J. Goodwin, Waterville.
12. George Putnam, Waterville.
13. Eben Newell, Waterville.

In Witness Whereof and in order that we the subscribers and all persons who shall become stockholders in such Company may be a Corporation by the name above specified and possess the powers and privileges, granted to corporations, and be subject to the provisions contained in Title 3, Chapter 18, of the first part of the Revised Statutes (except the provisions contained in seventh section of said Title) and possess also, the powers and privileges granted by said Article first above mentioned and be subject to the Provisions contained therein, we have bereto subscribed our Names and places of residence and the Number of Shares respectively which each of us agree to take in said Company the day and year first above written. Post Office

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We, CHAUNCEY S. BUTLER, SAMUEL J. GOODWIN and JAMES ROCKWELL being severally duly sworn depose and say and each for bimself deposes and says that he is one of the persons named in the Articles of Association hereto annexed as a Director of the Corporation therein named, that is to say, The Utica and Waterville Rail Road Company, and that there has been more than the sum of One Thousand dollars of stock for every mile of Rail Road to be built in good faith subscribed thereto, to wit, Twenty-one thousand Dollars and ten per cent paid thereon in good faith and in cash to the Directors named in said Articles of Association, and that it is intended in good faith to construct, maintain and operate said Rail Road mentioned and designated in said articles, that each subscriber to said articles of association has paid ten per cent on the amount by him subscribed in said articles. The names of the subscribers that form said Rail Road are as follows, to wit, George Original Articles of Utica & Iaterville.

Putnam, Samuel J. Goodwin, Marinus Hubbard, E. Newell, D. J.
Millard, George M. Brownell, Miller Babbott, Horace Bigelow,
David S. Burton, D. B. Goodwin, C. C. Bacon, Justus Childs, W. C.
Johnson, Daniel Conger, G. M. Hubbard, E. A. Walter, Hull Page,
James Melvin, Seth Barnum, Chauncey S. Butler, William Hux-
ford, Thomas Foster and Jas. Rockwell, M. L. Conger, G. H.
Church and T. H. Peck.
Dated Utica July 5, 1854.

CHAUNCEY S. BUTLER,
SAML. J. GOODWIN,

JAMES ROCKWELL.
Subscribed and sworn be-

fore me this 5th July, 1854.

W. R. ANTHONY,

Justice of the Peace.

(ENDORSED): Filed and Recorded July 11, 1854

A. G. Johnson,

Dep. Sec. of State.

Recorded July 11, 1854, in Book No. 1 of Rail Road Corporations at Pages 254, 255 and 256.

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I have compared the preceding with the original Certificate of Incorporation of Utica and Waterville Rail Road Company, filed and recorded in this office on the 11th day of July, 1854, and do hereby certify the same to be a correct transcript therefrom and the whole of said original.

Witness my hand and the seal of office of the Secretary of State, at the City of Albany, this eighth day of September one thousand nine hundred and six.

HORACE G. TENNANT, (SEAL)

Second Deputy Secretary of State.

ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION OF THE UTICA CITY R. R.

CO., FILED AUG. 13, 1862.

Articles of Association of The Utica City Rail Road Company, made this Twenty-fourth day of July, A. D. One thousand eight hundred and sixty-two.

The undersigned hereby associate themselves together as a Corporation under the act of the Legislature of the State of New York passed April 2nd, 1850, entitled "An act to authorize the formation of Rail Road Corporations and to regulate the same” and the several acts amendatory thereof or supplementary thereto, for the purpose of constructing, maintaining and operating a Railway with a double or single Track and to convey passengers and freight thereon for compensation, from the Village of Clinton, town of Kirkland through the town of New Hartford and City of Utica into the town of Whitestown to Village of Whitesboro or York Mills or both. With the privilege of laying all necessary sidings, turn onts, connections and switches for the proper working and accommodation of the said Rail Road, and of connecting with, running on, or crossing all such other Rail Road tracks as may lie along or across any of said routes.

And we do hereby for the purposes aforesaid agree to adopt and subscribe to the following articles of association:

ARTICLE FIRST. The name of the said corporation shall be the Utica City Rail Road Company.

ARTICLE SECOND. The said Corporation shall continue for the term of Ninety nine years commencing from the time of its legal organization under the provisions of said act.

ARTICLE THIRD. The said Rail Road is to be constructed from the places heretofore named and described herein to the several points and places named and described aforesaid, and when constructed to be maintained and operated on the said lines, all being within the County of Oneida, and about Thirteen miles in length.

Charter of Utica City R. R. Co.

ARTICLE FOURTH. The Capital Stock of the Company shall be Two hundred and thirteen thousand Dollars and shall be divided into Twenty one hundred and thirty shares of One Hundred Dollars each.

ARTICLE Fifru. The following are th , në mes and places of residence of thirteen Directors of the Company who shall manage its affairs for the first year, and until others are chosen in their places, viz:

John Butterfield, Utica,
Alrick Hubbell, Utica,
John Thorne, Utica,
Lewis Laurence, Utica,
Daniel C. Mason, New Hartford,
O. B. Matteson, Utica,
Chas. D. Mills, Albany,
Edward R. Phelps, New York City,
Thomas J. Barr, New York City,
John Butler, Jr., Tarrytown,
Albert H. Hager, Brooklyn,
Henry L. Butler, Sing Sing,
Hugh Crocker, Utica.

And the subscribers do hereby severally subscribe for and agree to take and pay for the number of shares of stock of said company set opposite their names and places of residence respectively in the manner provided by law.

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(llere follow the names of John Butter field and twenty-five others subscribing for 143 shares of stock.)

STATE OF NEW YORK,

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SS. City and County of Albany, S

John BUTTERFIELD), Utica, N. Y., ALRICK HUBBELL, Utica, N. Y., and EdwARD R. PHELPs of New York City, being duly sworn, depose that they are three of the Directors of the Utica City Rail Road Co. in the foregoing articles of association named.

That a sum equal to One thousand dollars a mile for every mile proposed to be constructed by said company has been in good faith subscribed, and ten per cent. paid in cash to the Directors named in the foregoing articles of Association, in good faith, and that it is intended to conCharter of Utica City R. R. Co.

struct, maintain and operate the road mentioned in said articles of association.

John BUTTERFIELD,
ALRICK HUBBELL,
EDWARD R. PHELPS.

ALBANY CITY AND COUNTY, SS.

Sworn and subscribed be

fore me this 13th day of August, 1862

D. B. MCNEIL, JR.,

Commissioner of Deeds.

[ENDORSED :) Filed August 13, 1862.

S. WESLEY SMITH,

Dep. Sec'y of State. Recorded in Book No. 2 of Rail Road Corporations

at Page 126, &c.

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I have compared the preceding with the original Certificate of Incorporation of Utica City Rail Road Company, filed and recorded in this office on the 13th day of August, 1862, and do hereby certify the same to be a correct transcript therefrom and the whole of said original.

Witness my hand and the seal of office of the Secretary of State, at the City of Albany, this twenty-first day of September, one thousand nine hundred and six.

FRANK D. COLE, (SEAL.]

Deputy Secretary of State.

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