Constitution and By-Laws of the Mt. Top Horse Thief Detecting Society For the Recovery of Stolen Horses, Mules, Etc. and the Detection of Thieves. Incorporated July 7, 1884. Citizens of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and residing within the townships of Warrenton, Washington, Franklin and Carroll, in York county, and the townships of Latimore and Huntington, in the county of Adams, and have associated to secure its members indemnity against the loss from theft of any horse, mule or gelding; to provide a system for the detection and recovery of such animals, as well as the capture and punishment of the thief.
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