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SECTIONS OF THE CODE REFERRED TO, EXPLAINED, OR DECLARED IN

PART UNCONSTITUTIONAL BY SUPREME COURT.

SECTION.

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First number refers to Volume of Report; second number, to number of page. SECTION. 2. 4-36, 8-162, 8-112.

193. 3-410, 0-138, 11. 3-228, 265, 417, 607, 4-36, 6-65, 194. 3-411, 5-289, 6-138. 7-77, 8-61, 112, 11-122.

195. 8-200. 21. 8-82.

196. 5-289, 8-47, 346, 9-334. 41. 10-435.

197. 2-393, 7-76, 8-346, 9-285, 10-181. 45. 2-450.

11-584. 46. 2-450.

199. 4-401, 10-181, 11-411. 48. 10-435.

229. 10-497. 49. 10-435.

247. 5-177. 60. 4-440.

250. 3-418, 5-64, 6-174. 62. 7-163.

252. 10-469. 65. 2-450.

269. 6-4, 18, 8-83. 2-450.

270. 6-117. 10-435.

276. 5-206, 412. 74. 6-390, 10-303, 11-525.

277. 4-151, 311, 5-412, 6-212. *81. 10-203.

278. 6-344. 82. 10-303.

285. 10-497. 83. 10-303.

288.

2-388, 4-98, 5-349. 84. 101-303.

289. 5-344, 10-313. 92. 9-282.

291. 3-551, 4-291. 96. 9-180, 449.

292. 4-98. 97. 9-391.

295. 5-206. 108. 6-404.

296. 7-309, 6-42, 312. 114. 9-183.

298. 10-181, 465. 133. 9-444.

303. 10-296. 134. 6-184, 8-50, 9-3.

304. 3-551, 10-296. 136. 6-122, 184, 9-3.

305. 10-181, 296. 141. 10-179.

306. 11-79. 142. 4-513.

310.

5-129, 6-64. 143. 10-179

315. 3-547. 144. 6-146.

316. 5-63, 9-293, 11-79. 145. 4-513.

318. 5-72, 7-208. 146. 10-434.

328. 5-72. 148. 6-314, 9-285, 11-122.

329. 10-42. 149. 6-314, 9-276, 285, 11-133.

330. 11-525. 151. 6-175.

332. 9-79. 152. 5-205, 6-136, 448.

336. 11-525. 153. 8-83.

337. 3-551, 6-288, 291, 11-525. 154. 7-207.

339. 6-288. 156. 6-175.

349, 10-277. 157. 8-44.

354. 3-547. 159. 8-83.

357. 3-229. 163. 6-68.

370. 7-343. 170. 8-111, 9-277.

371. 7-343. 171. 5-89, 8-111, 9-277, 11-411. 414. 9-398, 400. 172. 6-405.

415. 3-425, 512, 6-44, 81, 7-165, 173. 3-351, 5-354, 427, 10-465. 185,

9-279, 398, 11-36, 11-123. 11-337.

417. 5-349, 6-476. 175. 6-117.

419. 6-476. 176. 6-67, 5-89, 10-185.

427. 6-344. 179, 6-405.

443. 5-8, 8-385, 401, 10-43. 180. 6-406.

444. 5-8. 182. 6-138.

445. 5-8. 183. 9-278, 11-411.

449. 6-119. 185. 9-457.

463. 3-228, 4]7, 507. 190. 7-301.

465. 3-410, 421. 191. 6-67, 9-458, 10-100, 185.

475. 10-42. 192. 3-410, 6-138.

Section 40 of the Code, without being cited, is affected by Davenport v. Caldwell. X S. C., 347.

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MANUSCRIPT DECISIONS.

4. Wilson vs. Rabb. 11. Johnson vs. Manigault. 40. Scott vs. Bryan. 41. Sternberber vs. McSween. 41. Edwards vs. Edwards. 132. State ex. rel. McCall vs. Cohen. 136. Carroll vs. Still. 137. Ross vs. Linder. 146. Barrett vs. Watts. 161. State ex. rel. McCall vs. Watts. 167. Cheraw and Chester R. R. vs. White. 167. Ball vs. Mosely. 168. Carroll vs. Still. 171. Ross vs. Linder. 171. Evans vs. McLucas. 182. Wallace vs. Lark. 190. Suber, Admin., vs. Allen. 195. Cleveland et. ux. vs. Cohrs. 196. S. C. R. R. vs. Barrett. 197. Cheraw and Chester R. R. vs. White, 197. Garvin vs. Garvin. i97. Minick vs. Fort. 199. Wallace vs. Lark. 199. Bowden & Earle vs. Winsmith 200. Edwards vs. Edwards. 232. Thompson vs. Joplin. 234. Thompson vs. Joplin. 296. Mason vs. Sullivan. 301. Robbins, Boddington & Co. vs. Slattery. 306. Lawrence vs. Gambriny. 307. Lawrence vs. Gambriny. 330. Kapp vs. Lyons. 334. Nimmons vs. Stewart, et. al. 369, Minick vs. Fort. 370. Russell vs. Follin. 415. Standridge vs. Powell. 415. Brice vs. Hamilton. 415. Wilson vs. Richey. 417. Cureton vs. Dargan. 427. Sullivan vs. Speights. 443. State vs. Wilder.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE.

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The original numbering of the Code has not been disturbed. If the Section has been repealed, the number is left, with a marginal reference to the repealing Statute.

The references to the adjudicated cases bearing on the various Sections are noted by two classes of numbers ; the first number indicates the volume of the Report; the following numbers, the page where the reference to the Section by the Court is to be found.

All Acts or parts of Acts affecting the practice will be found in their appropriate places.

THE CODE OF PROCEDURE

OF THE

STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.

Sec. 1. Division of Remedies.

2. Definition of an action.
3. Definition of a special proceeding.
4. Division of actions into civil and criminal.
5. Definition of a criminal action.
6. Definition of a civil action.
7. Civil and criminal remedies not merged in each other.
8. Division of the Code of Procedure.

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Division Actions.

Wilson vs. Rabb

SEC. 1. Remedies in the Courts of Justi are divided into: Remedies.

(1.) Actions.

(2.) Special proceedings. SEC. 2. An action is an ordinary proceeding in a Court of Jus- Action. tice, by which a party prosecutes another party for the enforcement 4–36. 8-62, 112. or protection of a right, the redress or prevention of a wrong, or the punishment of a public offence. SEC. 3. Every other remedy is a special proceeding.

Special Pro

ceeding. SEC. 4. Actions are of two kinds:

1. Civil.
2. Criminal.

(Mss.) Sec. 5. A criminal action is prosecuted by the State, as a party, .. Criminal Acagainst a person charged with a public offence, for the punishment thereof.

SEC. 6. Every other is a civil action.
Sec. 7. Where the violation of a right admits of both a civil

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and criminal remedy, the right to prosecute the one is not merged
in the other.

SEC. 8. This Code of Procedure is divided into two parts: The first relates to Courts of Justice and their jurisdiction. The second relates to civil actions in the Courts of this State.

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Civil Action.

Remedies not

Division of Act.

PART I.

OF THE COURTS OF JUSTICE AND THEIR JURISDICTION.

TITLE I.--OF COURTS OF JUSTICE.

CHAPTER I.-THEIR DESIGNATION.

The several Courts.

Sec. 9. The several Courts of this State.

10. Their jurisdiction generally. SEC. ?. The following are the Courts of Justice in this State: 1. The Court for Trial of Impeachments. 2. The Supreme Court. 3. Two Circuit Courts, to wit:

(1.) A Court of Common Pleas.

(2.) A Court of General Sessions.
4. Probate Courts.
5. Courts of Justices of the Peace.
6. Courts of Trial Justices.
7. The City Court of Charleston.

8. Mayors' and Intendants' Courts. Their jurisdic- Sec. 10. These Courts shall exercise the jurisdiction now vested tion generally.

in them respectively, except as otherwise prescribed by this Code of Procedure.

TITLE IT.

SUPREME COURT.

SEC. 11. Its jurisdiction.

12. Power of Court.
13. Terms. Preference of Causes.
14. Judgment, rehearing. Opinions.
15. Sheriffs to provide rooms, &c.

16. Courts, where held. Adjournment. Jurisdiction. SEC. 11. The Supreme Court shall have exclusive jurisdiction

to review upon appeal: of final judg. 1. Any intermediate judgment, order or decree involving the

merits in actions commenced in the Court of Common Pleas and 15 Stat., 495. General Sessions, brought there by original process, or removed

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