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General Washington Mining Company record book, page 15

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Goldfield, Nevada, July 12th, 1907.MINUTES OF A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE GENERAL WASHINGTON MINING COMPANY.A special meeting of the Board of Directors of the General Washington Mining Company was held at the office of the Company July 12th, 1907, at 2 o'clock P. M., all requirements of previous notice being waived by the Directors present: Present: Webb H. Parkison, H. L. Kane, J. M. Jackson, and H. H. Hudson. Upon motion duly made and seconded, the following preamble and resolution were unanimously adopted, to-wit:"Whereas, this Company is the owner of that certain lode mining claim known as the General Washington No. 2, in the Goldfield Mining District, County of Esmeralda, State of Nevada, designated and described in the official field notes and plat issued by the United States Surveyor General at Carson City, Nevada, as Mineral Survey No. 3016; andWhereas, this Company is desirous of obtaining patent from the United States for said mining claim;Resolved, that J. M. Jackson, of Goldfield, Esmeralda County, State of Nevada, be and he is hereby made, constituted and appointed attorney in fact for this Company, to make application in the proper Land Office of the United States upon said lode mining claim, and to make or cause to be made any and all surveys, relocations, affidavits and all necessary papers which may be required in the process of such application, or to perfect or protect the title thereto, and to do all necessary acts and things in and about the premises until patent is finally delivered. Also, in case of adverse claim, to employ counsel and take all measures necessary to defendand against said adverse claim or suit in support thereof, either in the Land Office or in judicial proceedings, and in such judicial proceedings to execute any bonds or other instruments and verify all proceedings to and including appeal or writ of error.Resolved, further, that all legal services required in drawing the necessary patent papers in making said application be paid in treasury stock of the company."Upon motion duly made and seconded, the following resolution was unanimously adopted:Resolved, that B. W. Morse, of Pierre, South Dakota, be and he is hereby appointed the agent of this Company in said State pursuant to the statutes of said State requiring an agent or representative of companies upon whom legal process may be served to reside




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