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No. 94. An Act to make the term of office of the Auditor, Treasurer and

Supervisor of Beaufort county four years.

No. 95. An Act to provide for rural policemen for Clarendon county.

No. 96. An Act to empower County Board of Commissioners of York county

to sell county poor farm and to provide new quarters.

No. 97. An Act to provide for rural policemen for Saluda county.
No. 98. An Act to provide for rural policemen for Williamsburg county.

No. 99. An Act to provide for rural policemen for Florence county.

No. 100. An Act to provide for the establishment and maintenance of a

rural police system in Chesterfield and Fairfield counties.

No. 101. An Act providing for the appointment of a fourth rural police for

Sumter county.

No. 102. An Act to repeal an Act entitled "An Act to provide for road

inspectors for Lexington county, and to define their duties," approved the third day of February, A. D. 1911.

No. 103. An Act to repeal an Act entitled "An Act to abolish the dispensary

constabulary force in Edgefield county and to provide for the establishment and maintenance of rural police system, appearing as Act No. 484, page 890, Acts 1912."

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No. 104. An Act to repeal Sections 1250, 1251, 1252, 1253, 1254, 1255, 1256,

1257, 1258 and 1259, Volume I, Code of Laws, 1912, providing for the appointment of rural policemen for the county of Greenwood.

No. 105. An Act to repeal an Act entitled "An Act to establish a new school

district in York county to be known as the Tirzah District, and to authorize the levy and collection of a special tax in said school district," approved 24th December, 1890, and all Acts amending the same.

No. 106. An Act to repeal an Act to provide for rural policemen for Chero

kee county, entitled “An Act to provide for rural policemen for Cherokee county," No. 490.

No. 107. An Act to repeal Sections 2089, 2090, 2091 and 2092, Volume I,

Code of Laws, 1912, relating to road inspectors in Newberry county.

No. 108. An Act to repeal Subdivision 2 of Section 4217, Volume I, Code of

Laws, 1912, relating to fees and commissions allowed Clerks of Court.

No. 109. An Act to repeal an Act entitled "An Act to provide for commuta

tion road tax for Lexington county,” and to provide for the maintaining, repairing and working of the public highways of said county, and to provide penalties for the county road overseers and road hands for failure to perform the duties herein required.

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No. 110. An Act to repeal an Act entitled "An Act to authorize and empower

the County Board of Commissioners of Horry county to sell county farm and to use proceeds for roads and bridges; to construct a steel bridge across Kingston Lake, and to build a road through Waccamaw Swamp; to condemn right of way and to levy a special tax for roads and bridges in Horry county," known as Act No. 464 of Acts of 1912.

No. 111. An Act to provide for working the roads in Saluda county.

No. 112. An Act to provide for a commutation tax for Jasper county.

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No. 113. An Act to provide for a commutation

county.

No. 114. An Act to provide for a commutation road tax for Oconee county.

No. 115. An Act to make the commutation tax in lieu of labor on highways

three dollars in Charleston county instead of two dollars.

No. 116. An Act to regulate the working of roads in Beaufort county; to

provide the appointment of overseers and a commutation and vehicle tax and the manner of its collection, and to add to the

duties of certain Township Commissioners in said county. No. 117. An Act to regulate the width of public roads in Bamberg, Beau

fort and Union counties. No. 118. An Act relating to the public roads and highways of Marion

county and the ditches or drains of same. No. 119. An Act to place interurban railroads, whether propelled by steam,

electricity or other power, under the jurisdiction of the Rail

road Commission. No. 120. An Act to make all rural mail routes in Greenwood county public

highways. No. 121. An Act to provide for creating a Highway Commission for Abbe

ville county, define its powers and duties, and to provide for

'funds to carry out the object of said commission. No. 122. An Act to regulate the use of the public highways and bridges

by traction engines in Abbeville county. No. 123. An Act relating to hauling, conveying or transporting logs, timber

or lumber on or over the public roads or highways of Marion

or Charleston counties. No. 124. An Act to provide a special fund for the purchase of property,

erection of buildings and their equipment, to provide additional school facilities and increase of teachers' salaries and for educational purposes in the city of Charleston, or any one or

more of said purposes, and incorporation of boys' night schools. No. 125. An Act to provide for five trustees in School District No. 9, in

Clarendon county, and their manner of appointment. No. 126. An Act to accept the conveyance and transfer of the property of

the Medical College of the State of South Carolina and to establish a State Medical College.

No. 127. An Act to authorize school trustees in certain districts to purchase

and maintain libraries.

No. 128. An Act to require the filling of reports by teachers, principals and

superintendents of schools.

No. 129. An Act to regulate beneficiary scholarships in Clemson Agricul

tural College.

No. 130. An Act to regulate the apportioning beneficiary scholarships in

Clemson Agricultural College among the counties.

No. 131. An Act to levy and collect a one-mill State tax for the free public

schools and provide for the distribution of the same.

No. 132. An Act to require Clemson College to furnish, at cost, serum to

the citizens of the State for hog cholera.

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No. 133. An Act to provide for the establishment of kindergartens as

part of the common school system of the State of South Carolina, to prescribe the qualifications of the instructors therein, and for other purposes.

No. 134. An Act to establish an additional township in Richland county.

No. 135. An Act relating to the taxation of timber.

No. 136. An Act authorizing Clerks of Court and mayors of cities and

towns to sell forfeited weapons.

No. 137. An Act to create a Board of Claims and to prescribe the manner

of payment of claims against the State.

No. 138. An Act to require banks chartered under the laws of South Caro

lina to pay all taxes assessed in this State against the shares of its stockholders.

No. 139. An Act to provide for a special Board of Assessors and a special

Board of Equalization for the town of Lake City.

No. 140. An Act to establish and define a uniform standard of weights and

measures in the State of South Carolina, and to provide a means of enforcement and penalties for the violation of same.

No. 141. An Act to provide for inspection, analysis and tests of oils for

illuminating purposes and for use in stoves, and of gasolines for use in internal combustion engines, and to fix penalties for the violation of the same.

No. 142. An Act to abolish the Board of Commissioners Public Works

in the city of Sumter, and to devolve the duties of said board upon the council of the city of Sumter.

No. 143. An Act regulating dealing in junk.

No. 144. An Act to require all supplies for certain State institutions to be

purchased in open market after due advertisement.

No. 145. An Act to abolish the hosiery mill now maintained and operated

within the walls of the State Penitentiary.

PART II-LOCAL AND TEMPORARY LAWS

No. 146. An Act to provide for the levy of taxes for county and school

purposes for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 1913.

No. 147. An Act to make appropriations to meet ordinary expenses of the

State government for the fiscal year commencing January 1, 1913, and to provide for a tax sufficient to defray the same.

No. 148. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to provide for election

on the issue of $75,000 in coupon bonds by York county for the purpose of erecting a courthouse, and to empower the Board of County Commissioners to condemn lands for a site for same," appearing in the Statutes at Large for the year 1912 as Act No. 512, by changing the period at the end of Section 2 to a comma and adding thereto the words “and said bonds shall not be liable for county, State or municipal taxes," and by amending Section 6 of said Act by striking out the word "one,” appearing between the words “of” and “mill” on line 3 of said section, and inserting in lieu thereof the words “onehalf."

No. 149. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to incorporate the Board

of Trustees of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Synod of the South,” approved on the 18th day of February, 1905, and to reincorporate the said Synod under the name of "The Board of Trustees of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Synod.”

No. 150. An Act to amend Section 6 of an Act entitled "An Act to incor

porate Greenwood and Saluda Railroad Company," approved the 18th day of February, A. D. 1910, and amended by the Acts of 1911, so as to extend the time within which work shall commence under said Act.

No. 151. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to establish the Union

School District, to authorize the establishment of free graded schools therein, and to provide means for the efficient management of the same."

No. 152. An Act to authorize the town of Lamar, in Darlington county,

upon the petition of a majority of its freeholders and the vote of a majority of its electors, qualified to vote at an election thereon, to issue not more than seven thousand dollars in bonds in aid of the South Carolina Western Railway, and to levy and collect taxes to pay the interest on the said bonds and the principal thereof.

No. 153. An Act to authorize the trustees of Rock Hill High School District,

Rock Hill, S. C., to issue bonds for school purposes.

No. 154. An Act to authorize the town council of the town of Saluda,

Saluda county, to issue bonds for the purpose of redeeming and retiring ten thousand ($10,000) dollars in bonds heretofore issued under an Act entitled "An Act to authorize the

town of Saluda, in Saluda county, upon the petition of a majority of its freeholders and the vote of a majority of its electors, qualified to vote at an election thereon, to issue not more than ten thousand ($10,000) dollars in bonds in aid of the Augusta Northern Railway, and to levy and collect taxes to pay the interest on said bonds," and to levy and collect taxes

to pay the interest on said bonds. No. 155. An Act relating to School District No. 30, in Newberry county. No. 156. An Act to authorize an election in Florence county to issue bonds

in the sum of five hundred thousand dollars for building and

constructing roads and bridges in Florence county. No. 157. An Act to ratify an amendment to Section 7 of Article VIII of the

Constitution, relating to municipal bonded indebtedness of the

town of Bishopville. No. 158. An Act providing that the Board of Public Works of Gaffney, S. C.,

and Union, S. C., may pay the premium on their bonds out of

funds coming into their hands from the public works. No. 159. An Act to provide for an election on the issue of thirty thousand

($30,000) dollars in coupon bonds by Jasper county for the

purpose of erecting a courthouse and jail for said county. No. 160. An Act to declare valid and legal an election authorizing the issue

of bonds in Harleyville School District Number nine (9), Dor

chester county. No. 161. An Act to authorize Johnston School District No. 11, in Edgefield

county, to issue and sell coupon bonds for the purpose of erecting a public school building, and to provide for a sinking fund

commission and define its duties. No. 162. An Act to provide for an election on the issue of fifty thousand

($50,000) dollars in coupon bonds by Richland county for the purpose of erecting a jail for said county, and for the issuance

of said bonds in case the said election result in favor thereof. No. 163. An Act to ratify an election held in School District No. 10, Chero

kee county, the State of South Carolina, on the question of issuing twenty-four thousand dollars of bonds to purchase & lot and erect and equip an additional school building; also thirty-five hundred dollars of bonds of said school district for repairs and for installing sewerage and waterworks in the school building in said district; also for twenty-five hundred

dollars of bonds of said district to repay past indebtedness. No. 164. An Act to authorize the town council of the town of Bishopville,

in Lee county, upon the petition of the majority of its freeholders and the vote of the majority of its electors, qualified to vote in an election thereon, to issue fifteen thousand dollars in twenty-year coupon bonds in and of the South Carolina Western Railway and to levy and collect taxes to pay the interest thereon, and to create a sinking fund to retire same at maturity.

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