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Mr. Keith

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Mr. James.

A Bill to provide for the better protection of
the State House and State government

against domestic violence..
A Bill empowering and authorizing the

County Commissioners of Aiken County to
take charge of and keep in repair the bridge
known as Cook's Bridge, across the South
Edisto River.

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Mr. Hough.

A Bill to regulate the number of Trial Jus-

tices in Kershaw County, and to fix the
salary thereof

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Mr. Heard.

A Bill to amend an Act entitled “An Act to

provide by law for the designation of the
voting precincts in the County of Abbeville

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Mr. Milton.

A Bill to allow the County Commissioners of

Clarendon and Sumter Counties to open a
certain road in said Counties.

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Mr. Brodie.

A Bill to regulate and consolidate the Judicial

Circuits of the State, establishing six Judi.
cial Circuits instead of eight, as now pro-
vided by law.

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Mr. Vanderpool.

A Bill to elect Justices of the Peace and

Constables, in compliance with Article IV,
Section 21 of the Constitution of South Ca-
rolina...

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Mr. Minort.

A Bill to regulate the Trial Justices in Rich-

land County.....

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Mr. Vanderpool.

A Bill to provide for the election of County

Treasurers..

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Mr. Vanderpool. A Bill in compliance with Article XIV, Sec-

tion 2, of the Constitution of South Caro.i
lina, in relation to lotteries..

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Mr. Jefferson.

A Bill regulating the office of Trial Justice,

in Aiken County..

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Mr. Robinson.

A Bill to reduce the number of Trial Justices

in Beaufort County.

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Mr. Brabham.

A Bill to reduce the bonds of the County

Commissioners of Barnwell County.

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Mr. F. A. Palmer. A homestead Bill..

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Mr. Minort.

A Bill to authorize the Governor to fill all

County offices made vacant by death, resig-
nation, or otherwise, by appointment.......

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Mr. Simmons.

A Bill to incorporate the Palmetto Enterprise

and Commercial Company...

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Committee on A Bill to raise supplies for the fiscal year com-
Ways and Means. mencing November 1, 1876.......

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Committee on A Bill to make appropriation for the payment
Ways and Means. of the salary and mileage of the members of

the General Assembly, and the salaries of
subordinate officers and employees, and
other expenses incidental thereto.

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Mr. Holland.

A Bill to punish more effectually the crime of

fraud, intimidation and murder, for the sake
of political opinion........

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A Bill to amend Section 26, Chapter CXXIX,

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A Bill to reduce the fares on all the railroads

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Mr. Gaither.

A Bill to protect passengers traveling on all

the railroads in this State..

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A Bill to more equally regulate the freights on

Mr. Green.

of the Revised Statutes.

Mr. Gaither.

in this State........

Mr. Feriter.

railroads...

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Mr. Glover.

A Bill to change the polling precincts in

Charleston County

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Mr. Wines,

A Bill for the protection of passengers travel-

ing over the railroads in the State of South
Carolina

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Committee on A Bill to make appropriations to meet the
Ways and Means. ordinary expenses of the State government

for the fiscal year comminciog November 1,
1876

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A Bill to regulate and reduce the present

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Mr. Lowman.

A Bill to provide for punishing persons for

maltreating convicts confined in the South
Carolina Penitentiary and for other purposes

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Mr. Cave.

A Bill to reduce the salary of the School

Commissioner of Barnwell County.

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A Bill relative to the salary of the Solicitor of

Mr. Porter.

number of Trial Justices in Abbeville
County ....

Mr. Brown.

the First Judicial Circuit.

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Mr. R. J. Palmer. ¡A Bill to amend an Act entitled "An Act to

provide for the appointment and salary of
Trial Justices and Constables in and for the
city of Columbia”.

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