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Form 23. Aquarium.
Auctioneer, commission and estate agent company.
Form 25. Banking.
Form 26. Bookseller.
Form 27. Brewery.
1. To establish and maintain at -, in the county of −, a marine aquarium with a restaurant and other buildings and conveniences in connection therewith.
2. To provide exhibitions, concerts, lectures, and such other entertainments and amusements as may be deemed expedient.
3. To carry on the business of a restaurant proprietor, and for that purpose to buy and sell comestibles, wine, spirits, and beverages of all kinds.
Add common Forms, supra, p. 67, et seq., except (1) to (5), and (10), (14), and (18).
1. To carry on the business of an auctioneer, a commission agent, and an estate agent in all or any of their respective branches.
2. To purchase, sell, barter, and otherwise deal in pictures, furniture, plate, jewellery, and works of art or vertu.
3. To advance money by way of loan upon property of all kinds. Add common Forms, supra, p. 67, et seq., except (1) to (5), and (10), (14), (22), and (23).
1. To carry on the business of banking in all its branches, and in particular to advance money upon property and securities of all kinds, to discount bills, notes, and other securities, to deal in exchanges and specie, and to receive money on deposit at interest or otherwise.
For other forms, see Royal Bank of India's case, 4 Ch. 252; and Zulueta's case, 5 Ch. 445. It is not uncommon to add some financial forms. See infra, p. 78.
Add common Forms, supra, p. 67, et seq., except (1) to (5), and (10), (14), (18), (20), (22), and (23).
1. To carry on all or any of the following businesses, namely, booksellers, book-binders, stationers, lithographers and printers.
Add common Forms, supra, p. 67, et seq., except (1) to (5), and (10), (14), (22), and (23).
1. To carry on all or any of the following businesses, namely, brewers, maltsters, hop merchants, distillers, wine and spirit merchants, licensed victuallers, manufacturers of and dealers in aërated and mineral waters, hotel keepers, and any other businesses which can be conveniently carried on by the company in connection with the above or any of them.
2. To buy, sell, and deal in tobacco, tea, coffee, and any other commodities commonly sold by licensed victuallers, or which may be required by any persons dealing with the company.
3. To lend money to such persons and upon such terms as the com
pany shall think fit, and in particular to customers and tenants of the Form 27. company, and to guarantee the performance of any contracts entered into by customers or tenants of or other persons having dealings with
Add common Forms supra, p. 67, et seq., except (1) to (5), and (10), (14), and (20), to (23).
1. To acquire the estate situate in the parish of in the county of, and to build on and otherwise develop the same.
2. To purchase, take on lease or in exchange, or otherwise acquire Estate Co. lands and hereditaments of any tenure and for any estate or interest, and to lay out and prepare for building purposes any lands belonging to or in which the company is interested.
3. To construct or procure the construction of buildings of all kinds upon any lands belonging to or in which the company is interested, and in particular dwelling-houses, shops, and warehouses, and to alter, pull down, improve, decorate, maintain, and furnish buildings situate on any such lands.
4. To construct and maintain or contribute to, or procure the construction and maintenance of roads, embankments, bridges, sewers, tramways, parks, pleasure-grounds, schools, churches, markets, gas works, water-works, reading-rooms, baths, and other buildings, works, and conveniences which the company may think directly or indirectly conducive to the development of any property in which it is interested.
5. To carry on all or any of the following businesses, namely, builders and contractors, decorators, stone merchants, brick and tile. makers, quarry masters, lime burners, timber merchants, hotel keepers, licensed victuallers, house and estate agents, and any other businesses the carrying on of which the company may think directly or indirectly conducive to the development of any property in which it is interested.
6. To lend money upon such terms and to such persons as the company may think fit, and in particular to persons undertaking to build on or improve any property in which the company is interested.
Add common Forms, supra, p. 67, et seq., except (1) to (5), (10), (14), and (23).
1. To promote and protect the home, colonial, and foreign trade and Form 29. commerce, and the manufactures, of the United Kingdom, and in particular the trade, commerce, and manufactures, of the [borough] Commerce. of
Chambers of commerce have been incorporated in considerable numbers as companies limited by guarantee. (See supra, p. 64.)
The licence of the Board of Trade, under s. 23 of the Act of 1867 (supra,
p. 49), is always obtained for registration without the word "limited as part of
2. To consider all questions connected with such trade, commerce, and manufactures.
3. To promote or oppose legislative and other measures, affecting such trade, commerce, and manufactures.
4. To collect and circulate statistics, and other information, relating to such trade, commerce, and manufactures.
5. To act as arbitrator in the settlement of disputes arising out of commercial transactions.
6. To borrow any monies required for the purposes of the chamber upon such securities as may be determined.
Add common Forms, (11), (17), (19), (25), and (26), supra, p. 67, et seq.
In the above form, the word "chamber" will be used throughout, instead of "company."
Coal and iron
1. To carry on the trades or businesses of iron masters, colliery proprietors, coke manufacturers, miners, smelters, engineers, steel converters, and ironfounders, in all their respective branches.
2. To search for, get, work, raise, make merchantable, sell, and deal in, iron, coal, ironstone, brick-earth, bricks, and other metals, minerals, and substances, and to manufacture, and sell, patent fuel.
3. To construct, maintain, and improve, any water-works, gas-works, ponds, reservoirs, water-courses, railways, tramways, wharves, piers, docks, canals, and other buildings and works, calculated directly or indirectly to advance the interests of the company; and to contribute to the expense of constructing, maintaining, and improving, any such works.
4. To purchase, &c. [Supra, p. 6, 69, (11), concluding thus: and in particular any lands, buildings, works, collieries, coal-mines, iron and other mines, minerals, casements, machinery, vessels, and rollingstock.]
Add common Forms, supra, p. 67. et seq., except (1) to (5), and (10), (14), (18), (22), and (23).
To establish a club [of a non-political character] for the accommodation of members of the company and their friends.
Add common Forms, supra, p. 67, et seq., (11), (13), (16), (17), (19), (24), (25), (26).
A club can be formed as a company limited by shares or by guarantee. The latter is the more couvenient, and the necessary capital can le provided out of entrance fees or by way of loan.
To provide a club-house and other conveniences for the use of the Form 32. members of the club, and to furnish and maintain the same, and to permit the same to be used by the members of the said club either gratuitously or upon such terms as shall be agreed on.
Add common Forms, supra, p. 67, et seq., (9), (11), (13), (16), (17), (19), (24), (25), and (26).
Sometimes a company merely supplies the club-house as in the above form.
1. To establish at
coffee taverns, and to carry on there the business Form 33. of refreshment-house keepers, upon the principle that no intoxicating Coffee taverns. liquors shall be sold by the company, and to provide and work, upon the same principle, refreshment-stalls, carts, and barrows.
2. To establish libraries, reading-rooms, and other conveniences, and to provide for the recreation and instruction of the company's customers and their friends.
Add common Forms, supra, p. 67, et seq. (8), (9), (11), (16), (17), (18), (19), (24), (25), and (26).
A very large number of coffee taverns or temperance refreshment companies have been formed of late. During the last eighteen months scarcely a week has passed without the formation of more than one. Sometimes the objects are expressed as above, and sometimes clause 2 or the latter part thereof is omitted. Occasionally the company takes power "to sell tea, coffee, tobacco, and other provisions," but it is generally thought better not to take such power as being likely to offend local traders who might otherwise support the company.
1. To purchase, or otherwise acquire, settle, improve, and cultivate Form 34. lands and hereditaments in the territory of, and elsewhere in
Foreign land 2. To develop the resources of the same lands and hereditaments by and colonisabuilding, planting, clearing, mining, and otherwise dealing with the tion.
3. To stock the same lands, and to breed and deal in all kinds of stock, cattle, sheep, and produce.
4. To aid, encourage, and promote immigration into the property of the company; and to colonise the same; and for the purposes aforesaid to lend and grant any sums of money.
5. To buy, manufacture, and sell all kinds of goods, chattels, and effects required by the company or by any persons who may settle on the property of the company or by others.
6. To make, provide, and carry on, use and work railways, tramways, telegraph lines, canals, reservoirs, wells, aqueducts, roads, streets, gasworks, piers, wharves, and other works which may be deemed expedient for the purposes of the company, and to contribute to the cost of making, providing, carrying on, and working the same.
7. To lend money with or without security.
8. To guarantee the performance of any contract or obligation.
Form 35. Contract and financial.
9. To carry on the business of a banker and capitalist in all their respective branches.
Add common Forms, supra, p. 67, et seq., except (1) to (5), and (10), (14), (18), (20), and (21).
1. To negociate loans of all kinds.
2. to take concessions of, or lease, railways or other undertakings, whether British or foreign, and either construct or otherwise carry out the same itself, or make them over wholly or partly to other companies or persons.
3. To work railways and other undertakings, British and foreign.
4. To take contracts, British or foreign, and execute them either itself or by letting them to sub-contractors, also to become surety for the due execution by any contractors of the works, whether British or foreign, contracted for by them, and to indemnify any person or persons who may be nominated by the company to undertake any such suretyship.
5. To buy and sell on its own account, or for a commission, all kinds of property, real and personal, movable and immovable, and to manage, develop, mortgage, sell, dispose of, or otherwise deal with, all or any part of the property of the company, as may seem expedient.
6. To take, or otherwise acquire, shares in any other company.
7. To make advances on stock, shares, or other securities, and on property of all kinds, either with or without the borrower's personal security.
8. To receive money on deposit, at interest or otherwise.
9. Generally to transact any business of a merchant or capitalist, either as principal or agent.
10. To purchase, or otherwise acquire, from any company, partnership, or person, any business included among the objects of this company, or any property connected with any such business.
11. To give such guarantee in relation to the shares, stock, or obligations of any other company as may be determined, and generally to guarantee the performance of any contract.
Add common Forms, supra, p. 67, et seq. (7), (9), (13), (15), (16) (24), to (27).
1. To carry on the business of a co-operative society in all its branches.
2. To buy and sell goods, stores, consumable articles, chattels, and effects of all kinds, both wholesale and retail.
Add common Forms, supra, p. 67, et seq., except (1) to (5), (10), (14), (22), (23).