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Changing the name of "Hall & Knapp" to "The Stanley Rule and Level Company”

Upon the petition of "Hall & Knapp," a joint stock corporation under the laws of the state of Connecticut, located at New Britain, in said state, praying for a change of their corporate name, as per petition on file, dated the fourth day of May, 1858:

Resolved by this Assembly, that the name of said corporation be, and the same is hereby changed from that of "Hall & Knapp" to that of "The Stanley Rule and Level Company" under which name all the powers, privileges and liabilities of said corporation, and all transactions by or with it heretofore had, shall be continued and held good and effectual in law, as if said change had not been made.

And the said corporation shall cause copies of this resolution to be deposited with the secretary of state and with the town clerk of the town in which said corporation transacts its business, to be by them respectively recorded in the records of the joint stock corporations.

Resolutions and Private Acts of the General Assembly
 of the State of Connecticut, May Session, 1858.

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