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No. 21. An Act to amend Sections 1987, 1990, and to add another section,

1991 (a), of Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1912, with reference to working the public roads of Berekley county and kind of laborers to be employed, and providing penalties.

No. 22. An Act to amend Section 4026 of Volume I, Code of Laws of South

Carolina, by adding thereto a proviso relating to Cherokee,
Spartanburg and Union counties.

No. 23. An Act to amend Section 1001, Volume I, Civil Code of 1912, relative

to the borrowing of money by Barnwell county.

No. 24. An Act to amend Section 2280 of the Code of Laws of South Caro

lina, 1912, Volume I (Civil Code), excepting swine on St. Helena Island from first December to first March.

No. 25. An Act to amend Section 24, Subdivision 1, Code of Laws South

Carolina, 1912, Volume II, providing for holding Courts in
Spartanburg county.

No. 26. An Act to amend Section 26 of the Code of Civil Procedure, Volume

II, 1912, relating to the time of holding Court in Beaufort county.

No. 27. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to fix the commutation

road tax and to define who are liable to pay road tax in Lee county, and provide a penalty for failing to pay such tax," known as Number 469 of Acts of 1912, by exempting certain persons therefrom.

No. 28. An Act to amend Section 504, Volume II, Code of Laws, 1912, relat

ing to enticing laborers under contract.

No. 29. An Act to amend Section 3786 of the Code of Laws of 1912, relating

to testamentary guardian.

No. 30. An Act to amend Section 406 of the Criminal Code of 1912, Volume

II, relating to the enforcement of the provisions of said section.

No. 31. An Act to amend Section 123, Subdivision 1, of Volume II of the

Code of Laws of South Carolina of 1912, relating to the limitation of actions for the recovery of real property.

NO. 32. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to provide for weighers

of cotton seed," known as No. 401 of Acts of 1912, by making same apply to Lee county, and by including Orangeburg county in the proviso thereof.

No. 33. An Act to amend Section 2654, Volume I, Code of Laws South Caro

lina, 1912, so as to authorize banking corporations to invest three-fourths (34) of their capital stock and deposits in mortgages of real estate.

No. 34. An Act to amend Section 2112, Volume I, Civil Code, 1912, by adding

a proviso thereto relative to incorporated towns in Williams

burg county. 64—S. J.-(500)

No. 35. An Act to amend Section 185 of Code of Laws of South Carolina,

1912, Volume II (Code of Civil Procedure), relating to publica tion of summons.

No. 36. An Act to amend Section 381 of the Code of Laws of South Carolina,

1912, Volume I, relating to County Auditors for Charleston, Newberry and Clarendon counties.

No. 37. An Act to amend Section 842 of the Code of Laws of South Carolina,

1912, Volume II (Criminal Code), with reference to Hampton county.

No. 38. An Act to amend Section 440 of the Code of Laws of South Carolina,

1912, Volume I, relating to County Treasurers for Charleston and Newberry counties.

No. 39. An Act to amend the law with reference to voting precincts in this

State.

No. 40. An Act to amend Chapter XLVIII, Article 2, Code 1912, Volume I,

Section 2918, provisions common to “towns of less than five thousand and more than one thousand inhabitants," and to amend Chapter XLVIII, Article 7, Code 1912, Volume I, Section 3016, general provisions of towns and cities with reference to Commissions Board Public Works, and to amend the charter granted by the Secretary of State, dated the 4th day of February, 1899, in so far as the same affects the town of Blacksburg.

No. 41. An Act to amend Section 2301, Volume I, Code of Laws, 1912, relating

to exemptions of certain portions of Georgetown county from

provisions of general stock law. No. 42. An Act to amend Section 2905, Volume I, Code of Laws of South

Carolina, 1912, so as to allow the town of Landrum, in Spartan

burg county, to raise its tax levy. No. 43. An Act to amend Section 2772, Article IV, Code of Laws of South

Carolina, 1912, Volume I, in relation to mutual protection

associations. No. 44. An Act to amend Section 938 of the Code of Laws of South Carolina,

1912, Volume I, relating to County Commissioners. No. 45. An Act to amend Sections 1 and 7 of an Act entitled "An Act to

provide for the establishment and maintenance of a rural police system in Greenville county and to discontinue dispensary constables in said county," which became effective on February 26th, A. D. 1912, by increasing the number of policemen for

said county. No. 46. An Act to amend Section 1749 of the Code of Laws of South Caro.

lina, 1912, Volume I. No. 47. An Act to amend Section 62 of Volume I, Code of Laws of South

Carolina, 1912, relating to the printing and distribution of the Acts, by repealing said section and inserting a new section in lieu thereof.

No. 48. An Act to amend Section 743, Volume II, Code of Laws South Caro

lina, 1912, so as to increase license tax for nonresident hunters in Chesterfield county.

No. 49. An Act to amend Section 50, Volume II, Criminal Code of Laws,

1912, extending the jurisdiction of the municipal court in cities with over 20,000 and not exceeding 50,000 inhabitants.

No. 50. An Act to amend Section 781 of the Code of Laws, 1912, Volume II,

relating to the time for buying and selling oysters.

No. 51. An Act to amend Section 2651 of the Code of Laws of South Caro

lina, 1912, Volume I (Civil Code), relating to publication of statements.

No. 52. An Act to amend Section 2265 of the General Statutes, Volume I,

of Revised Statutes, 1912, in reference to drainage in certain counties.

No. 53. An Act to amend Section 66, Volume I, Code of Laws of South

Carolina, 1912, by striking out the words “as soon after the adjournment of the General Assembly as practicable," and inserting in lieu thereof the words "and deliver to the State Printer," within thirty days after the adjournment of the General Assembly in any regular or special session, and further defining the duties of the Code Commissioner.

No. 54. An Act to amend Section 1 of an Act entitled "An Act for the

drainage of wet lands and the protection of health in Union county."

No. 55. An Act to amend Section 1514, Volume I, Code, of Laws, 1912, relat

ing to salaries of county officers of Newberry county.

No. 56. An Act to amend Section 454, Volume II, Code of Laws South Caro

lina, 1912, so as to prohibit the sale of cotton between August 1st and January 1st in Chesterfield and Marlboro counties.

No. 57. An Act to amend Section 4240 of Volume I of the Code of Laws of

South Carolina, 1912, relating to the taxation of the costs of witnesses in civil cases and special proceedings.

No. 58. An Act to amend Section 938, Volume I, Civil Code of 1912, by

increasing number of Commissioners for Sumter and Clarendon counties.

No. 59. An Act to amend Section 3745, Volume I, Civil Code, 1912, relative

to marriage license fee in Colleton county.

No. 60. An Act to amend Section 499 of the Code of Laws of South Carolina,

1912, Volume II, known as the Criminal Code.

No. 61. An Act to amend the law relating to the names and location of

voting precincts in the State.

No. 62. An Act to amend Section 1 of an Act entitled "An Act to provide

for election of Township and County Commissioners for Kershaw county, and to provide for the performance of the duties heretofore incumbent upon them in reference to the assessment and equalization of property for taxation," being Act No. 380, page 679, Acts 1912, so as to increase the salaries of the Commissioners therein mentioned.

No. 63. An Act to amend the law relating to magistrates and their con

stables, their powers, duties, jurisdiction, salaries, etc.

No. 64. An Act to amend the law with reference to the compensation and

salaries of county officials.

No. 65. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to authorize the cities

of Columbia and Greenville and the town of Manning to levy and enforce an assessment upon abutting property owners for the purpose of paying for permanent improvements on its streets and sidewalks, approved February 17, 1911, by including in the provisions in said Act the city of Charleston," and the city of Spartanburg, and the city of Beaufort.

No. 66. An Act to amend Section 740 of Volume II of the Code of Laws of

1912 (Criminal Code), by adding a special provision for Chester, York and Union counties, requiring license to chase fox. ,

No. 67. An Act to prohibit the use of the words "bank or banking" by any

person or persons engaged in business other than a legalized

banking corporation, and to provide punishment therefor. No. 68. An Act to provide for the transfer and annexation of a certain

portion of Lexington county to Richland county, and to alter the county lines of said counties to conform thereto.

No. 69. An Act to provide for the government of Fairfield county.

No. 70. An Act to abolish the office of Master for Dorchester county and

to devolve the duties thereof upon the Judge of Probate of said county.

No. 71. An Act to create the office of Master for Lee county.
No. 72. An Act requiring the publication of certain reports by the County

Supervisor of Darlington county.
No. 73. An Act relating to Circuit Courts in Dorchester county.
No. 74. An Act to provide for the transfer and annexation of a portion of

Fairfield county to Richland county, and to alter the county lines of said counties to conform thereto.

No. 75. An Act to provide for the election of sub-supervisors in Abbeville

county.

No. 76. An Act to provide for Township Commissioners for Cherokee

county, a clerk for said board, to prescribe their duties, and to otherwise provide for the county government of said county.

No. 77. An Act to provide for the extension of the corporate limits of the

city of Columbia, and to alter the boundary lines of the city

of Columbia and of the town of Eau Claire to conform thereto. No. 78. An Act to provide for a Board of Assessors for the town of Fort

Mill, in York county. No. 79. An Act to enlarge the discretion of the Supervisor of York county

as to building and working certain public roads in said county. No. 80. An Act to abolish the office of Master for Marion county, and to

devolve the duties thereof upon the Judge of Probate of said

county. No. 81. An Act providing for three Commissioners for Barnwell county and

defining their duties. No. 82. An Act to provide for an election on the question of exemption of

a certain portion of Berkeley county from the operation of the

general stock law. No. 83. An Act to abolish the Highway Commission for Aiken county, and

to provide a system of county government for said county. No. 84. An Act to create and empower Township Courts and the officers

thereof in townships embracing cities of a population of not less han twenty-five tho and (25,000) nor more than forty

thousand (40,000) inhabitants. No. 85. An Act to fix the times for holding the Courts for the Tenth (10th)

Judicial Circuit. No. 86. An Act to allow the foreman of the grand jury, or acting foreman.

to swear witnesses in the grand jury room. No. 87. An Act authorizing and requiring the several counties of this State

to pay to the South Carolina Woman's Rescue Orphanage Association five dollars per month for the support and maintenance uch child sent or committed to the South Carolina Rescue Orphanage Home from each of the several counties of this State.

No. 88. An Act to regulate the sale of refused and unclaimed freight and

to repeal Sections 2610 to 2613, inclusive, of Volume I of the

Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1912, relating thereto. No. 89. An Act to regulate the division of dispensary profits in the counties

of this State. No. 90. An Act to allow certain fees to the Sheriff of Williamsburg county

in addition to the salary now provided law. No. 91. An Act to provide for the licensing and supervision of foreign com

panies lending money on real estate mortgages or collateral

secured by real estate mortgages. No. 92. An Act to exempt medical examiners of life insurance companies

from license fee. No. 93. An Act to declare void any clause in any policy of insurance issued

in this State invalidating such policy in case of encumbrance of the property insured.

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