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STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE TRUST COMPANIES OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK.-(Continued.)
4 Buffalo Loan, Trust and Safe Deposit Company, Buffalo..
Farmers' Loan and Trust Company, New York city.. 10 Fidelity Trust and Guarantee Company, Buffalo.
17 Long Island Loan and Trust Company, Brooklyn.
Manhattan Trust Company, New York city.
Nassau Trust Company of the City of Brooklyn..
New York Guaranty and Indemnity Company, New York city..
New York Life Insurance and Trust Company, New York city..
24 New York Security and Trust Company, New York city
25 Orange County Trust and Safe Deposit Company, Middletown...
Title Guarantee and Trust Company, New York city..
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE TRUST COMPANIES OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK.-(Concluded.)
34 Union Trust Company of Jamestown.
35 United States Mortgage Company, New York city.
United States Transfer and Exchange Association, N. Y. city.
$3,497,700 00 $3,576,480 80 $244,259,297 00 $4,501,310 96
FROM THE COMMITTEE ON CORPORATIONS IN REGARD TO PROPOSED AMENDMENT No. 395, RELATING TO TRUSTS OR COMBINATIONS.
To the Convention:
The undersigned, minority members of your Committee on Corporations, by this minority report, respectfully dissent from the report of said committee introducing proposed constitutional amendment No. 395 (Int. No. 375), entitled "Proposed constitutional amendment as to trusts or combinations."
Dated August 10, 1894.
CHARLES A. HAWLEY.
GEORGE R. LYON.
W. T, EMMET.
FROM SECRETARY OF STATE IN ANSWER TO REQUEST FOR INFORMATION.
June 12, 1894. Hon. Charles E. Fitch, Secretary of the Constitutional Convention, Albany, N. Y.
Dear Sir. This office is in receipt of the resolution passed by the Convention, in which we are requested to furnish the number of manufacturing and business corporations organized under the laws of other States and conducting business within the State of New York, together with such information as may be in possession of the Secretary of State as to the causes which have led to the organization of such corporations without the State; and further to report such information as may be possible as to the organization by citizens of this State of corporations under the laws of other States to do business therein, and the reasons which have actuated such organizations to do business in other States rather than under the laws of this State.
In compliance with said resolution I have caused an examination to be made of all the papers filed in this office pursuant to sections 15 and 16 of the General Corporation Law, as amended in 1892, and find that 1,045 manufacturing corporations and 1,157 business corporations, organized under the laws of other States, have received from the Secretary of the State of New York licenses to transact business within this State.
I would further respectfully state that this office is not in possession of any information which will disclose the causes which have led to the organization of such corporations in other States; and I would also respectfully report that this office is not possessed of any information, and that the Secretary of State has no official knowledge, as to the organization by citizens of this State, of corporations under the laws of other States to do business therein.
Very respectfully yours,