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240 examples of stockholders in sentences

A great many stockholders do.

Panic amongst Tribune stockholders. TWELVE.FISK says that the Tribune is so heavy that it must far the future be paid for by weight, on his steamers.

A certain number of men are elected by the stockholders to be directors, and these directors elect a president.

They are not to be included, so far as concerns the normal tax, in the taxable incomes of the individual stockholders and the law does not provide that the tax paid by the corporation shall be deducted from the dividend.

At the annual meeting of stockholders in walks this striplinga mere kidproves that he holds the majority of stock, elects himself president and installs a new board of directors, turning the tired and true builders of the business out in the cold.

I'm the manager of a motion picture concernone of the biggest concerns in the worldand I've nothing to do with the troubles of my stockholders.

The list was typed on thin sheets; of foolscap and contained the names of stockholders, but as it had lain rolled up in the bottom of Mr. Elderberry's desk for five years without being disturbed it was inclined to resist the gentle pressure of Mr. Greenbaum's fingers.

" "How are you going to get rid of the fifty thousand other stockholders?" asked Mr. Beck dubiously "We don't want them trailing along with us.

"But how about the other stockholders in Horse's Neck that Beck referred to?

Besides, everybody is treated alikeall the stockholders in Horse's Neck can subscribe pro rata for Lallapaloosa." "Only they won't," grinned Scherer.

"Of course you've got to give the old stockholders notice, but we can rush the thing through and before anybody wakes up the thing will be done.

On its face, and as it was about to be represented to the stockholders of Horse's Neck, the proposition appeared fair enough.

That this, in a word, was the only way to save the situation and possibly make a go of a bad business, and that it was a gamble in which the old stockholders had a right, up to a certain date, to participate if they saw fit.

Stockholders who were dissatisfied could protest against the enabling resolution to be offered at the annual meeting of the stockholders of Horse's Neck to be held the following week at Wilmington, Delaware, and could avail themselves of the right to have their equity assessed under the laws of Delaware, but as the liabilities practically equaled the present value of the property that equity would naturally be highly problematical.

Stockholders who were dissatisfied could protest against the enabling resolution to be offered at the annual meeting of the stockholders of Horse's Neck to be held the following week at Wilmington, Delaware, and could avail themselves of the right to have their equity assessed under the laws of Delaware, but as the liabilities practically equaled the present value of the property that equity would naturally be highly problematical.

When a mining company, a railroad, an oil well or any other enterprise is down and out it is only fair that the majority stockholders, who are obliged to protect their investment, should have the right to call upon the rest to come forward and do their share or else drop out.

"You don't need to tell me what this plan of reorganization is; because they wouldn't propose one unless it was going to benefit them in some way, and the only way it can be made to benefit them is at the expense of the other stockholders.

There are further possibilities (perhaps hardly probabilities) of controlling stock issues and stock holdings so that dividends do not have to be paid on grossly inflated capitalization, and fixing the maximum of dividends payable to non-active stockholders.

This Bank was to run for twenty years, and its capital was thirty-five millions of dollars, seven of which were taken by the United States; many of its stockholders were widows, charitable institutions, and people of small means.

Its directors were chosen by the stockholders with the exception of five appointed by the President of the United States and confirmed by the Senate.

I own my office (I've a boss, But so have all menso has he); The business is not mine, but yet I own the whole blamed company; Stockholders are less proud than I When competition's auld lang syned.

The stockholders had received six per cent on their investment, a reserve fund had been laid aside, and every month the member-patrons had received rebates on the food eaten of from six per cent to sixteen per cent.

It has been found that the policy determining function of the stockholders and Board of Directors cannot operate independently of the plans of the management.

The stockholders have not tried to supervise the details of the business, as has sometimes been done to the disaster of cooperatives.

The stockholders are not idle, however.

In either case the result is the samethe stockholders lose their savings and cooperation feels the blow.

A quorum could not be obtained and for months the president and treasurer had run the business without reference to directors or stockholders.

The stockholders lost all their capital.

The charter of the Bank of the United States expires in 1836, and its stockholders will most probably apply for a renewal of their privileges.

Not being a corporate body, having no stockholders, debtors, or property, and but few officers, it would not be obnoxious to the constitutional objections which are urged against the present bank; and having no means to operate on the hopes, fears, or interests of large masses of the community, it would be shorn of the influence which makes that bank formidable.

The powers, privileges, and favors bestowed upon it in the original charter, by increasing the value of the stock far above its par value, operated as a gratuity of many millions to the stockholders.

They are the certain gains of the present stockholders under the operation of this act, after making full allowance for the payment of the bonus.

The many millions which this act proposes to bestow on the stockholders of the existing bank must come directly or indirectly out of the earnings of the American people.

It is not conceivable how the present stockholders can have any claim to the special favor of the Government.

It seems to be predicated on the erroneous idea that the present stockholders have a prescriptive right not only to the favor but to the bounty of Government.

This seems the less excusable because some of our citizens not now stockholders petitioned that the door of competition might be opened, and offered to take a charter on terms much more favorable to the Government and country.

To acknowledge its force is to admit that the bank ought to be perpetual, and as a consequence the present stockholders and those inheriting their rights as successors be established a privileged order, clothed both with great political power and enjoying immense pecuniary advantages from their connection with the Government.

It enacts that "the cashier of the bank shall annually report to the Secretary of the Treasury the names of all stockholders who are not resident citizens of the United States, and on the application of the treasurer of any State shall make out and transmit to such treasurer a list of stockholders residing in or citizens of such State, with the amount of stock owned by each."

It enacts that "the cashier of the bank shall annually report to the Secretary of the Treasury the names of all stockholders who are not resident citizens of the United States, and on the application of the treasurer of any State shall make out and transmit to such treasurer a list of stockholders residing in or citizens of such State, with the amount of stock owned by each."

In some States that tax is now 1 per cent, either on the capital or on the shares, and that may be assumed as the amount which all citizen or resident stockholders would be taxed under the operation of this act.

As it is only the stock held in the States and not that employed within them which would be subject to taxation, and as the names of foreign stockholders are not to be reported to the treasurers of the States, it is obvious that the stock held by them will be exempt from this burden.

Their annual profits will therefore be 1 per cent more than the citizen stockholders, and as the annual dividends of the bank may be safely estimated at 7 per cent, the stock will be worth 10 or 15 per cent more to foreigners than to citizens of the United States.

As little stock is held in the West, it is obvious that the debt of the people in that section to the bank is principally a debt to the Eastern and foreign stockholders; that the interest they pay upon it is carried into the Eastern States and into Europe, and that it is a burden upon their industry and a drain of their currency, which no country can bear without inconvenience and occasional distress.

More than half a million of this amount does not stop in the Eastern States, but passes on to Europe to pay the dividends of the foreign stockholders.

When by a tax on resident stockholders the stock of this bank is made worth 10 or 15 per cent more to foreigners than to residents, most of it will inevitably leave the country.

Of the twenty-five directors of this bank five are chosen by the Government and twenty by the citizen stockholders.

From all voice in these elections the foreign stockholders are excluded by the charter.

The entire control of the institution would necessarily fall into the hands of a few citizen stockholders, and the ease with which the object would be accomplished would be a temptation to designing men to secure that control in their own hands by monopolizing the remaining stock.

Should its influence become concentered, as it may under the operation of such an act as this, in the hands of a self-elected directory whose interests are identified with those of the foreign stockholders, will there not be cause to tremble for the purity of our elections in peace and for the independence of our country in war?

If we must have a bank with private stockholders, every consideration of sound policy and every impulse of American feeling admonishes that it should be purely American.

Its stockholders should be composed exclusively of our own citizens, who at least ought to be friendly to our Government and willing to support it in times of difficulty and danger.

To a bank exclusively of American stockholders, possessing the powers and privileges granted by this act, subscriptions for $200,000,000 could be readily obtained.

But this act, in disregard of the undoubted right of the States to prescribe such disqualifications, gives to aliens stockholders in this bank an interest and title, as members of the corporation, to all the real property it may acquire within any of the States of this Union.

By making themselves stockholders in the bank and granting to the corporation the power to purchase lands for other purposes they assume a power not granted in the Constitution and grant to others what they do not themselves possess.

Under such circumstances the bank comes forward and asks a renewal of its charter for a term of fifteen years upon conditions which not only operate as a gratuity to the stockholders of many millions of dollars, but will sanction any abuses and legalize any encroachments.

Why should railway-directors work for nothing for the stockholders?

Ah, Messrs. Stockholders, you little know in reality how fat a salary your directors make to themselves, by nice little commissions, by patronizing their favorite builders of locomotives and cars, and by buying the thousand and one patents that are so urgently recommended!

Report of the President, Treasurer, and General Superintendent of the New York and Erie Railroad Company to the Stockholders.

The law of Maine then forbade stockholders to appear by proxy at such meetings.

He said the armchairs were good, the collation good, and the free rides to stockholders pleasant.

He learned, however, to discriminate between the lines of his life, and very much preferred these stockholders' meetings and trustees' dinners and commencement collations to another set of occasions, from which he used to beg off most piteously.

While he had been made an Honorary Director of the company in 1857, although not a stockholder, a law was subsequently passed declaring that only stockholders could be directors, even honorary directors.

He goes fully into the whole matter in a very long letter to Mr. John W. Brett, of December 27, 1858, in which he details his connection with the cable company, his regret and surprise at being excluded on the ground of his not being a stockholder, especially as, on a subsequent visit to Europe, he found that two other men had been made honorary directors, although they were not stockholders.

In regard to any honorable propositions made in the Board be conciliatory and compromising, but any scheme to oppress the smaller stockholders for the benefit of the larger resist to the death.

It paid from fifteen to twenty per cent to the stockholders, and the people along the line soon became its warmest friends,and no wonder, since it doubled the value of every man's farm on the line.

The directors appointed by the United States can not be regarded in the light of the ordinary directors of a bank appointed by the stockholders and charged with the care of their pecuniary interests in the corporation.

They would represent no stock and be chosen by no stockholders.

They would not in such a case be ordinary directors chosen by the stockholders in proportion to their stock, but they would be public officers, appointed to guard the public interest, and their duties must conform to their office.

Such, then, is the character and such are the duties of the directors appointed by the United States, whether the public be stockholders or not.

But the power to issue a scire facias and to remove the deposits presupposes that the directors elected by the stockholders might abuse their power, and it can not be presumed that Congress intended to rely on these same directors to give information of their own misconduct.

" "That we recognize the institution of slavery as already existing in this territory, and advise stockholders to introduce their property as early as possible.

Many of the small stockholders were standing firm, though there had been panicky defections in spite of all that could be done.

It will be unpleasant for you to throw your selves upon the mercies of your stockholders.

Stockholders are hard-hearted people.

The capture of control by the liberal element among the stockholders, led by Edwin Sandys and the Earl of Southampton, was promptly signalized by measures for converting Virginia into a commonwealth.

Eleanor Frances Lattimore (A); 24Sep63; R322497. LATTY, ELVIN R. Subsidiaries and affiliated corporations, a study in stockholders' liability.

Some years later, when Abram was accumulating money rapidly, he bought stock in gas and water works, and in both instances they collapsed, and the stockholders were left by a dishonest set of officers to meet delinquent obligations.

The Hope Chest (Finance Department) Early Stockholders Present Stockholders The Journal Goes to 39 Foreign Countries The Corporation =List of Illustrations= Lucy Stone, Henry B. Blackwell Alice Stone Blackwell Charts: Increase in Cost of Publishing Increase in Circulation Propaganda Work The Woman's Journal Staff: Circulation Department The General Staff The Directors:

The Hope Chest (Finance Department) Early Stockholders Present Stockholders The Journal Goes to 39 Foreign Countries The Corporation =List of Illustrations= Lucy Stone, Henry B. Blackwell Alice Stone Blackwell Charts: Increase in Cost of Publishing Increase in Circulation Propaganda Work The Woman's Journal Staff: Circulation Department The General Staff The Directors:

The pages of the Woman's Journal are brilliant with their sayings, and the reports of the early stockholders' meetings echo the voices of that pioneer band led by Wendell Phillips, William Lloyd Garrison, Lucy Stone and Julia Ward Howe.

[Illustration: Armenia White One of the First Stockholders] Capturing the imagination for equal suffrage or for the Woman's Journal is another way of saying "getting so many inches or columns of free advertising in the papers."

=Early Stockholders of the Woman's Journal= NATHANIEL WHITE Concord, N.H. MRS.

Its stockholders are interested in furthering the cause of equal suffrage through a paper owned and managed by suffragists.

Its directors, its editor-in-chief, and its deputy treasurer receive no salary; its stockholders receive no dividends.

Weston was one of the stockholders in the Ortez Mine, near Sonora.

The night after the signing of the deeds, Red said to Miss Mattie, "We ought to have a stockholders' dinner to-morrow night, Mattie.

" "Yes, but you stockholders" The word had an import to Miss Mattie; a something, if not regal, at least a kinship to the king.

"You give the other three stockholders a good feed to-morrow and the thanks will be up to you.

All last summer we had stockholders' investigation meetings, and the way old man Davis led 'em to make investigations through a glass darkly was a sin and a scandal.

Directors of class A are chosen by the banks to represent them, and are expected to be bankers; those of class B, tho chosen by the banks and tho they may be stockholders, shall not be officers of any bank, and shall at the time of their election be actively engaged within the district in commerce, agriculture, or some other industrial pursuit.

They represent the public particularly, and may not be stockholders of any bank.

Here was the tangible wealth of the corporation and there were the diffused rights of ownership, the capital of individual stockholders and bondholders.

Where the immediate direction of an establishment is intrusted to paid managers who are responsible to stockholders, the managers' success is judged almost exclusively by the dividends they succeed in earning.

Most of them are stockholders in mills, factories, mines, or business establishments.

A fifth innovation was the transfer of individually operated and family businesses into associations and corporations with limited liability and widespread ownership by bond and stockholders.

The stock was rapidly taken, principally by the stockholders of the original Western Union Company, and an assessment of five per cent. was immediately made to provide funds for the prosecution of the work.

If he does it quickly, the stockholders, who now have it, will get a juicy slice of the ripening melon, a slice that otherwise would go to those greedy hypocrites at Washington, who are always publicly proclaiming that they are there to serve their fellow countrymen, but who never tire of expressing themselves to their brokers as not being in politics for their health.

The public money is converted into banking capital, and is used and loaned out for the private profit of bank stockholders, and when called for, as was the case in 1837, it may be in the pockets of the borrowers from the banks instead of being in the public Treasury contemplated by the Constitution.

To say that the people or their Government are incompetent or not to be trusted with the custody of their own money in their own Treasury, provided by themselves, but must rely on the presidents, cashiers, and stockholders of banking corporations, not appointed by them nor responsible to them, would be to concede that they are incompetent for self-government.

It has no resemblance to an ordinary bank, as it furnishes no profits to private stockholders and lends no capital to individuals.