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Given under my hand and the seal of the State, at Columbia,

this the first day of February, in the year of our [SEAL.] Lord one thousand nine hundred and ten, and in the

one hundred and thirty-fourth year of the Independence of the United States of America.

R. M. McCOWN,

Secretary of State. Recorded in Railroad Record Book E, page 543.

Orangeburg Railway.
State of South Carolina, Executive Department.

By the Secretary of State. Whereas, William C. Wolfe and Joseph A. Berry, of Orangeburg, S. C., and Lawrence Manning, of Camden, S. C., have this day filed in the office of the Secretary of State a written declaration and petition, under and pursuant to Chapter XLVIII, Code of 1902, and Acts amendatory thereto, which declaration and petition sets forth the names and residences of the petitioners, the name of the proposed corporation, the place at which it proposes to have its principal place of business or be located, the general nature of the business it proposes to do; the amount of capital stock, and how and when payable, and the number of shares into which the same is to be divided; route, termini, motive power, etc., which declaration and petition has been recorded as required by law.

Now, therefore, I, R. M. McCown, Secretary of State, by virtue of the authority in me vested by the aforesaid Code, and amendments thereof, do hereby constitute and commission the above named petitioners a board of corporators, and hereby authorize and empower them to open books of subscription to the capital stock of the “Orangeburg Railway,” a corporation to be organized and created under and pursuant to, and with the rights, powers and privileges set forth in said Code, and under the name and for the purpose set forth in said declaration and petition.

It is hereby required that thirty days' previous notice thereof be given in some newspaper published in each county through which the proposed road will pass.

Given under my hand and the seal of the State, at Columbia,

this the 5th day of March in the year of our Lord (SEAL.) 1910, and in the 134th year of the Independence of the United States of America.

R. M. McCOWN,

Secretary of State. Recorded in Railroad Record Book E, page

554.

Columbia and Atlantic Railway and Steamship Company.
State of South Carolina, Executive Department.

By the Secretary of State.
Whereas, T. C. Williams, Edward S. Williams, John A. Wood-
ward and G. W. Haltiwanger, of Columbia, S. C., have this day filed
with me, as Secretary of State for South Carolina, a written decla-
ration and petition, under and pursuant to Article IV, Chapter
XLVIII, Volume 1, Code of 1902, and amendments thereto, which
declaration and petition sets forth the names and residences of the
petitioners, the name of the proposed corporation, the place at which
it proposes to have its principal place of business, the general nature
of the business it proposes to do, route, motive power, etc., the
amount of capital stock, and how and when payable, and the par
value of the shares, which declaration and petition has been recorded
as required by law.

Now, therefore, 1, R. M. McCown, Secretary of State, by virtue of the power and authority in me vested by the aforesaid Code and amendments thereto, do hereby constitute and commission the above named petitioners a board of corporators, and hereby authorize and empower them to open books of subscription to the capital stock of the "Columbia and Atlantic Railway and Steamship Company,” a corporation to be organized and created under and pursuant to, and with the rights, powers and privileges set forth in the aforesaid Code and amendments thereto, and under the name and for the purposes set forth in said declaration and petition.

It is hereby required that thirty days' previous notice be given in some newspaper published in the counties of Richland, Georgetown and Charleston.

Given under my hand and the seal of the State, at Columbia, (SEAL.) this the 27th day of April, A. D. 1910.

R. M. McCOWN,

Secretary of State. Recorded in Railroad Record Book E, page 568.

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Charleston Consolidated Railway and Lighting Company.
State of South Carolina, Executive Department.

By the Secretary of State. Whereas, Julien Mitchell, P. H. Gadsden and F. H. Horlbeck, all of Charleston, S. C., have this day filed in the office of the Secretary of State a written declaration and petition, under and pursuant to Chapter XLVIII, Code of 1902, Article IV, and Acts amendatory thereto, which declaration and petition set forth the names and residences of the petitioners, the name of the proposed corporation, the place at which it proposes to have its principal place of business or be located, the general nature of the business it proposes to do; the amount of capital stock, and how payable, and the number of shares into which the same is to be divided; route, termini, motive power, etc., which declaration and petition has been recorded as required by law.

Now, therefore, I, R. M. McCown, Secretary of State, by virtue of the authority in me vested by the aforesaid Code, and amendments thereof, do hereby constitute and commission the above named petitioners a board of corporators, and hereby authorize and empower them to open books of subscription to the capital stock of the "Charleston Consolidated Railway and Lighting Company," a corporation to be organized and created under and pursuant to, and with the rights, powers and privileges set forth in said Code, and under the name and for the purposes set forth in said declaration and petition.

It is hereby required that thirty days' previous notice thereof be given in the Evening Post, a newspaper published in said county of Charleston. Given under my hand and the seal of the State, at Columbia,

this the 19th day of April, in the year of our Lord [SEAL.] one thousand nine hundred and ten, and in the one

hundred and thirty-fourth year of the Independence of the United States of America.

R. M. McCOWN,

Secretary of State. Recorded in Railroad Record Book E, page. 566.

Georgia and Carolina Railway.
State of South Carolina, Executive Department.

By the Secretary of State. Whereas, Allen W. Jones, Augusta, Ga.; Charles C. Howard, Augusta, Ga.; A. E. Padgett, Edgefield, S. C.; Dan Crosland, Aiken, S. C., and G. R. Coffin, Augusta, Ga., have this day filed in the office of the Secretary of State a written declaration and petition, under and pursuant to Chapter XLVIII, Code of 1902, and Acts amendatory thereto, which declaration and petition set forth the names and residences of the petitioners, the name of the proposed corporation, the place at which it proposes to have its principal place of business or be located; the general nature of the business it proposes to do, the amount of capital stock, and how and when payable, and the number of shares into which the same is to be divided; route, termini, motive power, etc., which declaration and petition has been recorded as required by law.

Now, therefore, I, R. M.McCown, Secretary of State, by virtue of the authority in me vested by the aforesaid Code, and amendments thereof, do hereby constitute and commission the above named petitioners a board of corporators, and hereby authorize and empower them to open books of subscription to the capital stock of the “Georgia and Carolina Railway," a corporation to be organized and created under and pursuant to, and with the rights, powers and privileges set forth in said Code, and under the name and for the purposes set forth in said declaration and petition.

It is hereby required that thirty days' previous notice thereof be given in some newspaper in each of the counties through which the proposed road will pass. Given under my hand and the seal of the State, at Columbia,

this the seventh day of September, in the year of [SEAL.] our Lord one thousand nine hundred and ten, and in

the one hundred and thirty-fifth year of the Independence of the United States of America.

R. M. McCOWN,

Secretary of State Recorded in Railroad Record Book E, page 579.

RAILROAD RECORD.

During the fiscal year ending January 1, 1911, the following papers relating to railroad property have been filed and recorded, to wit:

Equipment Agreement, Series “L,” between Blair & Co., Seaboard Air Line Railway and the New York Trust Company, Trustee, dated December 15, 1909. Recorded January 11, 1910, Railroad Record Book "F," page 395, et seq.

Equipment Agreement, Series "B," between Blair & Co., Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway and Union Trust Company, of New York, Trustee, dated January 15, 1910. Recorded January 24. 1910, Railroad Record Book G, page 14, et seq.

Agreement between Hicks Locomotive and Car Works and North and South Carolina Railway Company. Recorded March 7. 1910, Railroad Record Book "F,” page 408, et seq.

Equipment Agreement, Series "D," between Blair & Co., Seaboard Air Line Railway and New York Trust Company, Trustee, dated June 1, 1904. Recorded March 30, 1910, Railroad Record Book “F,” page 410, et seq.

Equipment Agreement, Series "F," between Blair & Co. and Seaboard Air Line Railway, dated October 30, 1905. Recorded March 30, 1910, Railroad Record Book “F,” page 412, et seq.

Lease Equipment, Series “N,” dated April 1, 1910, Edward T. Stotesbury to Southern Railway Company. Recorded April 7, 1910, Railroad Record Book "G," page 55, et seq.

Indenture between Reppard Iron Company and J. F. Prettyman & Sons. Recorded July 8, 1910, Railroad Record Book "F" page 414, et seq.

Deed of Trust from North and South Carolina Railroad Company to Mercantile Trust and Deposit Company, of Baltimore. Recorded September 30, 1910, Railroad Record Book “F,” page 417, et seq.

Deed of Trust from North and South Carolina Railway Company to Mercantile Trust and Deposit Company, of Baltimore, Trustee. Recorded October 5, 1910, Railroad Record Book “F,” page 430,

et seq.

South Carolina Western Railway to Knickerbocker Trust Company, as Trustee. First Mortgage. Recorded October 14, 1910, Railroad Record Book "F,” page 437, et seq.

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