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An Act to Incorporate Certain Societies, Associations and Companies, and to Renew and Amend the Charters of Others.

December 21, 1854

The Statutes at Large of South Carolina, Volume XII, Pages 321-323.

I & II - Societies, associations, and companies incorporated:

- The Saint Paul's Agricultural Society;
- Orangeburg Lodge, No. 28, Ancient Free Masons;
- TheYorkville Lodge, No. 3, Knights of Jericho;
- Sumter Division, No. 12, of the Sons of Temperance;
- Orangeburg Fire Engine Company;
- Walterboro Ice House Company;
- Calhoun Lodge, No. 1, Knights of Jericho;
- St. George's Division, No. 16, Sons of Temperance; and
- Aiken Fire Company No. 1.

III - South Carolina Paper Manufacturing Company charter amended.

IV - Charleston Floating Dry Dock and Marine Railway Company charter amended.

V - South Carolina Insurance Company charter amended.

VI - The Edgefield and Chatham Plank Road Company charter amended.

VII - Calhoun Monument Association of the Military and Fire Department of Charleston incorporated.

VIII - South Carolina Cordage Company incoporated.

IX - The Palmetto Loan and Building Association incoporated.

X - The Charleston Fire Engine Company re-chartered.

XI. That the Trustees of the Greenville Academies have leave, and they are hereby authorized to convey their land, and surrender their trust and charter to the Trustees of the Furman University, and the Trustees of the said University are hereby authorized and empowered to accept the same, on the condition that they carry out the original trust in regard to the said Greenville Academies, and keep up, in all time to come, a male and female school, at or near Greenville Court House, where all the studies maybe pursued which are usually taught in male and female academies.

XII - Firemen's Insurance Company charter amended. The Hamburg Building and Loan Association incorporated.

XIII - The Carradine Bridge Company incorporated.

XIV. That this Act shall be taken and deemed a Public Act, and shall continue in force for fourteen years.

In the Senate House, the twenty-first day of December, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty-four, and in the seventy-ninth year of the sovereignty and independence of the United States of America.

ROBT. F. W. ALLSTON, President of the Senate.
JAMES SIMONS, Speaker of the House of Representatives.



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