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An Act to Incorporate Certain Societies and Companies, and to Renew and Amend Certain Charters Heretobefore Granted.

December 19, 1843

The Statutes at Large of South Carolina, Volume XI, Pages 287-289.

I - Religious Societies incorporated:

- The Methodist Protestant Mount Zion Church in Abbeville District;
- The Providence Baptist Church of Sumter District;
- The Baptist Church at Hardy's in Edgefield District;
- The Baptist Church at Republican in Edgefield District; and
- The Baptist Church of Anderson Village.

II & III - Vestry and Wardens of St. Thaddeus Church at Aiken incorporated.

IV & V - Societies, Companies, and Bands incorporated:

- Palmetto Encampment, No. 1, of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows,
- DeKalb Lodge, No. 6, of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows,
- The German Riflemen attached to the Sixteenth Regiment,
- The South Carolina Light Artillery of Charleston,
- The Cedar Shoal Band of the Sixth Brigade,
- The Palmetto Fire Engine Company of Edgefield,
- The Hope Fire Engine Company of Charleston,
- The Ashley Encampment, No. 3, of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows,
- The DeKalb Lyceum, in the Town of Camden,
- The Grand Camp of the State of South Carolina, of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows,
- The Marion Artillery, of Charleston,
- The Governor's Guards, and
- The Unionville Ninth Brigade Band.

VI - Aetna Fire Engine Company re-incorporated.

VII - Camden Independent Fire Engine Company charter renewed.

VIII - Palmetto Fire Engine Company of Edgefield, Greenville Fire Engine Company, and the Camden Independent Fire Engine Company, are exempted from normal militia duty.

IX - Societe Francaise of Charleston re-incorporated.

X, XI, XII - Town Council of Camden empowered to regulate sales at auction, enforce payment of taxes, and to impose taxes on dogs.

XIII - Independent Order of Odd Fellows, South Carolina Lodge, Xo. 1, of Ancient Free Masons, in the city of Charleston authorized to change its name to South Carolina Lodge, No. 1, of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows.

XIV. This Act shall be a public Act, and continue in force for the period of fourteen years.

In the Senate House, the nineteenth day of December, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty-three, and in the sixty-eighth year of the Sovereignty and Independence of the United States of America.

ANGUS PATTERSON, President of the Senate.
W. F. COLCOCK, Speaker of the House of Representatives.



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