Title: Interlachen : Winter Resort Company
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Title: Interlachen : Winter Resort Company
Physical Description: Book
Language: English
Creator: Winter Resort Company
Publisher: Winter Resort Company
Place of Publication: Interlachen, FL
Publication Date: 1882
Copyright Date: 1882
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Eighteen Miles West of Palatka, on the Florida Southern R. R

inter Ho e in a SuCTTer and

Winter Home in a Summer Land.

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4000 SHARES OF $20 EACH.

- - -E. V. VAN NORMAN.


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Tie nd.,r'ignni1, desiring to become incorporated pursuant to the statutes of Ohio,
do subscribe and acknowledge the following Articles, to-wit:
SFist-That the name of the corporation sought to be formed is-The Interlachen
.Winter I.esort ('onprny.
Second-That the said corporation is to be located, and its principal business trans-
acted at Springfield, Clark County, Ohio.
Third-That the said corporation is formed for the purpose of locating, erecting and
maintaining a Club House and appurtenance: at Tnterlachen, Putnam County, Flor-
ida, for the entertainment, recreation, health and profit of its members, their families
and others; and for such other purposes connected therewith as the corporation may
from time to time determine.
Foirti--The Capital Stock of said corporation is fixed at Twenty Thousand (i20,000)
dollars, divided into One Thousand shares of Twenty ($20) dollars each.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have hereunto subscribed our names this fourteenth day of
December, A. 1882.
GEORGE W. HASTINGS, Springfield, Ohio.
I, Charles Townsend, Secretary of State of the State of Ohio, do hereby certify that
the foregoing is a true copy of the certificate of Incorporation of The Interlachen
Winter Resort Company, filed in this office on the 15th day of December, A. D. 1882, and
recorded in Volume 26, Page 257, of the Records of Incorporation.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto subscribecI'my name and affixed my seal of
[sRAL] office, at Columbus, the 16th day of DecQ'4inr, A. D. 1882.
CHAS. TOWNSENb, Secretary of State.



1. The officers of this Association shall be a President, a Vice-President, a Secre-
tary, a Treasurer, and five Directors, who shall constitute the Board of Directors, and
shall be elected by ballot at the Annual Meetings, and each shall continue in office for
one year, or until his successor has been elected and assumes the duties of his office.
2. When any vacancy shall occur among the Officers or Directors, it shall be com-
petent for the remaining members of the Board to fill such vacancy until the next An-
nual meeting of the Association.
3. In case of failure for any reason to elect Officers or Directors at the Annual
Meeting, it shall be competent for any five members to call a meeting, at which a ma-
jority of members present may proceed to elect Officers and Directors for the current
4. The Annual Meeting shall be held in the city of Springfield, Ohio, on the second
Tuesday in September in each year, at such place as the Secretary may designate ; and
on application of any five members, the Secretary shall call other meetings, at such
time and place as they may designate.
S5. The Secretary shall give notice of every meeting to the members at least seven
days before the time of such meeting, and the publication of the time, place, and pur-
poses of the meeting in the Sprini.field Republic shall be deemed sufficient notice,
6. Five members shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business.
7. Any person having the approval of the Board of Directors may become mem-
bhr of this Association by the purchase of one or more shares of stock, as provid-
ed in the followingby-law:
8. Certificates of stock, signed by the President and Secretary of the Association,
may be issued to members of the Association, or those who may hereafter become
members, each certificate to be paid for in the sum of twenty ($201 dollars, and the
holder or owner of such certificate shall be authorized to cast one vote for each share
that he may own. in all elections of Officers and Directors, and at all meetings of the
Association, when any proposition is submitted for the purchase of additional land,
or the sale or mortgaging of land owned by the Association; and such certificate may
atany time be transferred by the owner, with the written approval of a majority of the
Board of Directors, to any person, who shall have all the privileges of the party to
whom the same was originally issued, with other members of the Association.
9. Certificates of stock shall not be taxed. but lots and improvements shall be sub-
ject to State, county or municipal taxes as other real property.
10. The holder of a lot shall be at liberty iat any time to sell his lease and improve-
ments to a member of the Association.
11. No holder of a lot shall deposit any garbage or offensive refuse upon any part of
the grounds, or allow any such offensive matter to ac'umutlate upon his own lot.
12. If any holder of a lot shall place upon it anything which shall be deemed im-
proper or offensive by a majority of the Board of Directors, it shall be the duty of the
Board to remove or cause to be removed, such improper or offensive thing; and if any
holder of a lot shall persist in making such use of his lot as shall be deemed offensive
by a majority of the Bo-rd, he shall forfeit his lease of the lot.
13. Every occupied or selected lot shall be subject to an annual assessment of not less
than two dollars each, payable on the first Monday in September of each year, and a
larger assessment shall not be made unless authorized by a vote of two-thirds of the
members of the Association present at the Annual Meeting, or at a meeting called for
the purpose; and in no ease shall the assessment be more than five dollars each in any
one year, for the first five years of the existence of the Association.
14. No intoxicating liquors shall be sold nor gambling allowed, upon the premises,
and any member of the Association who shall be guilty of selling such liquor, or al-
lowing gambling in any form, upon the -preaises, shall forfeit his membership in the
same and also his lease. :
15. Holders of certificates of stouck,i the INTERLACHEN WINTER ReSORT AssocIATION
COMPANY will be entitled to lease lots of the Association, redu'-ed rates of board at the
Association hotel or club thoue, s-hd a pro rata sharein the profits arising from the
lease of lots, hotel, increased value of property, &c., &c.
16. The Treasurer shall not be authorized to pay bills that may be presented, until
they have been approved by a majority of the Bpard of Directors.
17. Any of the By-Laws of this Associatioh may be rescinded or altered, ora new
By-Law adopted, by a two-thirds vote of the members present at any legal meeting.

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Is situated in Central Florida, eighteen miles west of Palatka~on high
ground, between two spring lakes of clear, blae water, alo funding
in fish. It has been selected as a Winter Resort, someWhat after
the plan of the celebrated Northern Michigan Resorts, where each
shareholder may own his own cottage, and keep house or board at
the Company's Club House, which will be erected as soon as enough
stock is subscribed for that purpose. Sufficient stock has been sub-
scribed to purchase the site-nearly one hundred acres-which is
free from incumbrance, and will be leased to shareholders only, who
must be approved by the Board of Directors, and who must con-
form to the By-Laws of the Company. The object is a winter home,
free from dissipations, where social life can be enjoyed, in the best
climate in the world, at a minimum cost, and the Company invite
all who sympathize with its objects, to become members of'the
Association, purchase a lot and erect a neat cottage where they will
feel that they always have a retreat from the chilling winter blasts of
the North. A share, lot, and cottage will cost not so much as a few
weeks board at a first-class hotel in any of the Florida towns, and
while there is less style and fewer Inxuries, there is more health, and
consequently more enjoyment, and you have the satisfaction of hav-
ing obtained the worth of your money.
To reach Interlachen, take any of the usual routes to Jackson-
ville, the St. Johns Rier Steamers to Palatka, and from thence by
the Florida Southern1Railroad to Interlachen, 18 miles west.
SFor further nfiimation as to routes, cost of transportation,
price of lots, cost of cottages, &c., &c., address

DREE. V. VANNORMAN, V. Prest. or Fr-auk J. Webb, Secey,
SPRINGFIELD, OHIO. Interlachen, Putnam Co., Florida.

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