FAHYS (JOSEPH) & Co.: Incorporated under New York laws in 1881, as the Fahys Watch Case Co. Name changed as above March 10, 1909. Owns entire capital stock of the Alvin Manufacturing Co. and the Brooklyn Watch Case Co. Manufactures watch cases, silverware, etc. Plants are located at Sag Harbor, Suffolk Co., New York. Daily capacity 1,500 watch cases and $5,000 of silverware.
MANAGEMENT: OFFICERS: Joseph Fahys, Pres.; G. E. Fahys, Vice-Pres.; H. F. Cook, Treas.; C. W. Harmon, Sec., New York. DIRECTORS: The foregoing, J. F. Cook, George Boardman and H. G. Leavitt. ANNUAL MEETING: Second Tuesday in January. GENERAL OFFICE: 54 Maiden Lane, New York.
CAPITAL STOCK: 1. Authorized, $1,500,000 6% cumulative pfd., outstanding, $400,000. Par $100. Has preference as to assets and is callable at 115 on any dividend date. No bonded debt. Dividends regularly paid quarterly Jan. 1. 2. Authorized, $3,500,000 common. Outstanding, $2,500,000. Par $100. Dividends of 5% per annum, payable semi-annually F. & A. 1 at 54 Maiden Lane, New York. Transfer Agent, both issues, Guaranty Trust Co., New York. Registrar: Farmers’ Loan & Trust Co., New York.
Source: Moody's Analyses of Investments - 1916