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Page 34-Notice of taking further proofs for final hearing
288 35–-Charter of Third Ave. R. R. Co.... 455 36–Certificate of Incorporation of Interurban Street Ry. Co...
460 37—Order changing name of Interurban Street Ry. Co. to N. Y. City Ry. Co.....
469 38—Metropolitan Street Ry. Co.--Agreement
for Consolidation, dated Nov. 29, 1893 .. 472 39— Metropolitan Street Ry. Co-Agreement
for Consolidation, dated May 18, 1894.... 497 40—Metropolitan Street Ry. Co.-Agreement
for Consolidation, dated Nov. 7, 1895. ... 521 41-Lease-Third Ave. R. R. Co. to Metropol
itan St. Ry. Co., dated April 13, 1900
535 42—Lease—Metropolitan Street Ry. Co. to
Interurban St. Ry. Co., dated Feby. 14,
535 43, 44, 45, 46 and 47-Part of Record in suit
pending in this Court-Penn. Steel Co.
536 47A-Certificate of Incorporation of DegnonMcLean Contracting Co...
536 48- Affidavit of Haywood
541 49—Part of Record in suit pending in this
Court, Penn. Steel Co. et al. vs. N. Y.
543 50 & 51—Complaint and order appointing Re
ceivers, respectively, in suit pending in
544 52–First Mortgage Third Ave. R. R. Co. to
Farmer's Loan and Trust Co...... 541 53—Order, dated Jan. 6, 1908, appointing F. W. Whitridge, Receiver ...
73 54 -Order, dated Jan. 9, 1908, vesting Receiver with possession
IX TIE CIRCUIT (ORT OF THE
FOR THE SOUTIERS DISTRICT OF NEW YORK.
In the latter
Petition of the CENTRAL TRUST
COMPANY OF NEW YORK, as
To the Judges of the Circuit ('ourt of the United
States for the Southern District of New York:
The petition of Central Trust Company of New York, a corporation organized and existing under the Laws of the State of New York, alleges as follows:
I. Your petitioner is a corporation organized and existing under the Laws of the State of New York.
II. At all times hereafter named The Third Ave. nue Railroad ('ompany was and still is a corporation duly organized and existing under the Laws of the State of New York.
III. That heretofore and prior to the 15th day of May, 1900, the said The Third Avenue Railroad Company in the exercise of its powers under the Laws of the State of New York, and in accordance with resolutions duly passed by its Board of Directors and its stockholders at respective meetings thereof, duly called and hell, duly authorized the