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ERRATA.

In line two of Act No. 144, page 227, the word “unlawful” should be "lawful,” so that said section shall read: “Hereafter it shall be lawful,” etc.

In line nine, Section One of Act No. 159, page 302, “Augusta and Northern Railway" should read "Augusta Northern Railway.”

The side note, page 263, to Act No. 148, should read: “Appropriations for 1911," instead of “Appropriations for 1910.”

The reference to Section "Thirteen" of an Act of 1910 in the title of Act No. 62, page 122, was evidently intended for Section “One” of said Act, as is shown by the reference in line two of Act No. 62. This Act, however, is printed just as it passed and was approved.

Act No. 21, page 36, is clearly in error when reference is made both in the title and body of said Act to "Article XXIV.” The correct reference is “Article XXXIV," but said Act has been printed as it was enacted.

ANDREW J. BETHEA,

Code Commissioner,

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List of Acts and Joint Resolutions

1911 Also Certain Concurrent Resolutions Relating to

Public Officers

PART 1-GENERAL LAWS

No. 1. An Act to authorize and empower the Board of Trustees of Clemson

Agricultural and Mechanical College to establish two or more
Experimental Stations.

No. 2. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to provide for the appoint

ment of a Bank Examiner and to define the duties of his office," approved February 23, 1906, by amending Section 3 thereof, and by adding another section to be known as Section 4a.

No. 3. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to authorize the appoint

ment of certain banking corporations and trust companies as trustees, executors, administrators, guardians, receivers assignees,” approved February 20, 1903.

or

No. 4. An Act to ratify the amendment to Section 7, Article VIII of the

Constitution, relating to municipal bonded indebtedness.

No. 5. An Act to amend Section 2021, Volume I, of the Code of Laws of

South Carolina, 1902, by adding a proviso thereto in regard to the bonded indebtedness incurred by the Town of St. Matthews.

No. 6. An Act to ratify the amendment to Section 6 of Article X of the

Constitution of 1895, relating to bonded debt of counties and townships.

No. 7. An Act to ratify the amendment to Section 7, Article VIII of the

Constitution of 1895, relating to municipal bonded indebtedness. No. 8. An Act to ratify the amendment to Section 7, Article VIII of the

Constitution of 1895, relating to municipal bonded indebtedness. No. 9. An Act to ratify an amendment to Section 7, Article VIII of the

Constitution, relating to municipal bonded indebtedness of the

Town of St. Matthews, in Calhoun County. No. 10. An Act to establish a civil and criminal court in the County of

Charleston, to be known as “The Civil and Criminal Court of Charleston," to define the powers and jurisdiction of the same, and to provide for the conduct of the business thereof, and to abolish the Judicial Magistrate's Court therein.

No. 11. An Act to amend Section 1962 of the Code of Laws of South Caro

lina, 1902, Volume I, by empowering Town Councils of less than five thousand inhabitants to elect recorders.

No. 12. An Act to add a new section to Civil Code of 1902, Volume I, as to

the extension of the boundaries of a city or town.

No. 13. 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.

No. 14. An Act to amend Section 2023 (13) of an Act entitled "An Act to

amend the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1902, Volume I, Chapter XLIX, relating to municipal corporations, by adding thereto an article to be known as Article VII, providing a form of government for cities of more than twenty thousand inhabitants and less than fifty thousand inhabitants, such form of government to be adopted by special election ordered upon petition,” approved 21st day of February, A. D. 1910, so as to exempt policemen and firemen from the operation of part of said section.

No. 15. An Act to carry into effect the provisions of Section 28 of Article I

of the State Constitution of 1895.

No. 16. An Act to amend an Act entitled “An Act to regulate the traffic in

seed cotton and unpacked lint cotton," approved 18th day February, A. D. 1905, in so far as it relates to Lee and Sumter Counties.

No. 17. An Act to regulate the buying and selling of cotton in bales and cot

ton seed.

No. 18. An Act to amend "An Act to regulate employment of children in

factories, mines and manufacturing establishments in this State," approved 13th day of February, A. D. 1903.

No. 19. An Act to amend Title XI, Chapter XXXIV, Article II of Volume I

of the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1902, in so far as it relates to public cotton platforms and the regulation of the purchase, sale and public weighing of cotton, by adding to said chapter and article additional sections, to be numbered Sections 1558a and 1558b, regulating the purchase, sale and public weighing of cotton in bales in cities of more than twenty and less than fifty thousand inhabitants, within the townships in which such cities are located, and providing penalties for violation of such provisions, such sections being in lieu of similarly designated sections, enacted by an Act approved the 26th day of February, 1910, and to amend Section 353 of the Criminal Code of 'the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1902, by increasing to fifty dollars fine or ten days' imprisonment the punishment for the violation of the provisions of this Act.

No. 20. An Act to amend an Act approved the 26th day of February, 1910,

entitled "An Act to amend Section 1555, Volume I, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1902, as amended by an Act approved the 25th day of February, A. D. 1907, entitled 'An Act to amend Section 1555, Volume I, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1902,' as amended by an Act entitled 'An Act to amend Section 1555, Volume I, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1902, relative to the counties exempt from the general law providing for cotton weighers,' approved the 20th day of February, A. D. 1904, and as amended .by an Act approved the 14th day of February, A. D. 1908, entitled 'An Act to amend Section 1555, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1902, Volume I, by striking out the word “Lexington," on line 6 of the same, by striking out the word “Greenwood," on line 3, and all after the word “County," on line 7, down to and including the word "County," on line 16 thereof.""

No. 21. An Act to amend Sections 1552 and 1555 of Volume I of the Code

of Laws of South Carolina, 1902, so that cotton weighers in Greenwood County shall be elected to hold office for two years, and so as to remove York and Lancaster Counties from the list of excepted counties and make the general provisions of Article XXIV, Chapter II, relating to cotton weighers, apply in said counties.

No. 22. An Act to amend an Act entitled “An Act to amend an Act entitled

'An Act to provide for the election of public cotton weighers, and to provide for their compensation,' approved the 9th day of March, 1896, so as to provide the number, manner of election and term of office of said weighers at Bishopville, Lee County,” approved March 1, 1904, approved February 24, 1908, so as to provide for two cotton weighers at Bishopville, Lee County.

No. 23. An Act to provide for the election of public cotton weighers in Bam

berg County.

No. 24. An Act to amend Section 2718, of Volume I, Code of Laws of South

Carolina, 1902, by providing a penalty and the manner of collection thereof when such corporations fail to pay wages when due.

No. 25. An Act to provide method of procedure in prosecutions against cor

porations for violation of the criminal laws of the State.

No. 26. An Act to require corporations to issue new certificates of stock to

shareholders whose certificates have been destroyed or lost.

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