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NEW YORK, LAWS OF 1864, CHAP. 177.

AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE UTICA CITY RAILROAD COMPANY TO ALTER

ITS NAME, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.

Passed April 13, 1864.

The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. The Utica City Railroad Company is hereby authorized and empowered to alter its corporate name from the Utica City Railroad Company to “ The Utica and Waterville Railroad Com

pany"

Sec. 2. The said company may use a rail weighing not less than fifty pounds to the lineal yard in the construction of its road, and use dummy engines thereon, except that it shall not use such dummy engines upon that part of said road north of Oneida square in the city of Utica.

CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME OF THE UTICA

CITY R. R. CO. TO THE UTICA AND WATERVILLE
R. R. CO., FILED MCH. 20, 1866.

Preamble and Resolutions passed by the Board of Directors of the Utica City R. R. Co., April 21st, 1864.

Whereas,

An Act was passed by the Legislature of the State of New York, April 13th, 1864, authorizing the Utica City R. R. Co. to alter its corporate name, and for other purposes. Therefore be it

Resolved,

That the corporate name of this Company be and the same is hereby changed to The Utica and Waterville Rail Road Company. Ayes:

Nays: J. Butterfield, E. R. Phelps,

None.
J. Thorn,

T. F. Butterfield,
D. B. Goodwin, A. H. Hager,
H. Crocker,

C. D. Mills.

Resolution passed July 27th, 1865.
Resolved,

That the President be reqnested to file at Albany the necessary papers to enable the Utica City R. R. Co., to avail themselves of the benefits of the Law passed April 13th, 1864, authorizing the change of name to the Utica and Waterville R. R. Co. Ayes:

Navs:
Isaac Maynard, John Butterfield,

None.
T. F. Butterfield, H. Crocker,
John Thorn,

D. B. Goodwin,
J. Butter, Jr.

John BUTTERFIELD,

President.

A trne copy from the Book of Minutes.

J. W. CHURCH,

Secy.

(Endorsed) Filed and Recorded March 20, 1866.

S. R. HARLOW,

Chief Clerk.

Certificate Change of Name of Utica City R. R. Co.

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I have compared the preceding with the Certificate of Change of Name of the Utica City Rail Road Company to the Utica and Waterville Rail Road Company, filed and recorded in this office on the 20th day of March, 1866, and do hereby certify the same to be a correct transcript therefrom and of the whole thereof.

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.

NEW YORK, LAWS OF 1866, CHAP. 827.

AN ACT FOR THE RELIEF OF THE UTICA CITY RAILROAD COMPANY,

EMPOWERING IT TO APPLY FOR APPRAISAL OF LAND ON COMPLYING

WITH CERTAIN CONDITIONS.

Passed April 27, 1866.

The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. When the Utica City Railroad Company shall bave ten thousand dollars for every mile of its railroad proposed to be constructed in this State, subscribed to its capital stock in good faith, and shall have ten per cent on said sum of ten thousand dollars per mile paid in, it may apply to the Supreme Court for the appointment of commissioners of appraisal, and may take all the proceedings to obtain title to the real estate necessary for its construction and operation, to the same extent and in the same manner as if the whole amount of its capital stock specified in its articles of association was subscribed, as provided for in the act entitled “ An act to authorize the formation of railroad corporations, and to regulate the same”, passed April second, eighteen hundred and fifty.

SEC. 2. This act shall take effect immediately.

AMENDED ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION OF THE UTICA

AND WATERVILLE R. R. CO., FILED SEPT. 26, 1867.

WHEREAS, The Utica City Rail Road Company was duly organised as a Rail Road Corporation and its Articles were duly filed in the office of the Secretary of State of the State of New York on the Thirteenth day of August, 1862.

AND WHEREAS the name of the said Corporation was changed to that of The Utica and Waterville Rail Road Company and certain additional privileges were granted to it by an Act of the Legislature of said State passed on the thirteenth day of April, 1864.

AND WHEREAS, by another Act of said Legislature passed on the twenty-third day of April, 1867, certain towns in the Counties of Oneida, Madison and Chenango were authorised to issue Bonds and take stock in any Company theu organised or that might thereafter be organised within two years after the passage of said Act for the purpose of building a Rail Road from Utica through Clinton, Oneida County to Sherburue, Chenango County.

AND WHEREAS the stockholders and Directors of the said Utica and Waterville Rail Road Company have determined upon an extension of said Corporation by increasing its Capital Stock to the sum of one million of dollars and altering or changing and extending the route of its road from Utica through Clinton, Oneida County to Sherburne, Chenango County and have taken such proceedings and adopted such resolutions relative to such increase and extension as are required by law.

Now THEREFORE on this fifth day of July in the year one thoussans eight hundred and Sixty-seven for the purpose of declaring and carrying into more full and perfect effect the objects and purposes above stated and the increase of Capital and extension of route so determined upon.

The undersigued hereby associate themselves together as a Corporation under the Act of the Legislature of the State of New York passed April second 1850 entitled "An Act to authorize the formation of Rail Road Companies 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 thereou for compensation from the City of Utica in the County of Oneida and State of New York to Whitestown in said County and

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