Elections and Government Services Administrative Rules of Montana Business Services Notary and Certification Records and Information Management

The Secretary of State’s Office is divided into the following divisions:

Montana Secretary of State Centennial Program

The Secretary of State wants to honor Montana businesses that have been operating continuously for one hundred years.

In 1915 the following businesses registered with this office:

Pondera Valley Lutheran Congregation Conrad January 18, 1915
United Methodist Church of Townsend Townsend January 30, 1915
Northwestern Mortgage Company Billings February 1, 1915
F. L. Dye Company Bozeman February 3, 1915
The Community Presbyterian Church of Jordan, Montana Jordan February 4, 1915
The F. V. H. Collins Co. Forsyth February 8, 1915
Denton Community United Methodist Church Denton February 13, 1915
The Bair Ranch Foundation Martinsdale February 15, 1915
Kelly Investment Company Conrad February 22, 1915
The Lambert Cemetery Association Lambert March 6, 1915
Big Creek Lakes Reservoir Association Victor March 26, 1915
Clear Creek Cemetery Association Clear Creek March 30, 1915
Old Amish Mennonite Church Cemetery Assn. Bloomfield April 9, 1915
City of Miles City Miles City May 20, 1915
The Belfry Cemetery Association Belfry May 25, 1915
Bloomfield Cemetery Association Bloomfield May 27, 1915
The Cabin Creek Cemetery Association Melstone June 25, 1915
Miller & McGirl Ditch Company Billings August 9, 1915
Equity Co-Operative Association of Baker, Mont. Baker August 17, 1915
The Howard Cemetery Association Forsyth September 7, 1915
Billings Bench Water Association Billings September 28, 1915
The Office Supply Company Missoula October 16, 1915
Our Redeemers Lutheran Church of Nashua, Montana Nashua November 16, 1915
Mount Vera Cemetery Association Foster November 19, 1915
Grand View Cemetery Association of Intake Intake November 26, 1915
Sieben Ranch Company Helena November 30, 1915
Chico-Emigrant Cemetery Association Livingston December 21, 1915
Bynum Cemetery Association Bynum December 27, 1915


Centennial Businesses