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No. 27. An Act to provide for the payment of elections on the question of

forming new counties or for altering county lines.

No. 28. An Act to regulate the method of changing county boundary lines,

and payment of the expenses thereof.

No. 29. An Act to amend Section 655 of the Criminal Code of South Caro

lina, 1902, permitting Richland County to allow the City of Columbia to build a jail on the county lot.

No. 30. An Act to amend the law with reference to compensation and sal

aries of county officers.

No. 31. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to amend Section 816,

Volume I, Code of Laws, 1902, so as to have same apply to Lee County,” approved 20th day of February, A. D. 1905, so as to include Cherokee County.

No. 32. An Act to provide for the appointment of Township Commissioners,

to fix their salaries, and to define their duties for the purpose of securing a more accurate and uniform system of tax returns and a more equitable valuation of property for the purpose of taxation.

No. 33. An Act to provide a county government for the County of Oconee.

No. 34. An Act to abolish the offices of County Supervisor and County Com

missioner in the County of Dillon, and provide a system of county government for said county.

No. 35. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to abolish the office of

County Supervisor and County Commissioners for Aiken County, and to provide a government therefor," approved the 25th day of February, 1908.

No. 36. An Act to make the terms of office of the County Supervisor of

Dorchester and Darlington Counties four years, and the Superintendent of Education of Darlington County four years.

No. 37. An Act to increase number of Board of County Commissioners for

Florence County.

No. 38. An Act to provide for the fees of the Sheriff of Bamberg, Laurens

and Orangeburg Counties for dieting prisoners, and to fix the fees allowed the Clerk of Court and Register of Mesne Conveyances for Calhoun County, and to fix the salary of the Superintendent of Education of Calhoun County.

No. 39. An Act to fix the times for holding courts in York County.

No. 40. An Act to amend Section 801, Code of Laws of South Carolina,

Volume I, by adding a proviso as to the monthly payment of
the salary of the County Supervisor for Richland County.

No. 41. An Act providing for Township Commissioners for Spartanburg

County, to prescribe their duties, and to otherwise provide for
the county government of said county.

No. 42. An Act to apportion representation in the House of Representatives

among the several counties.

No. 43. An Act to amend the law relating to Magistrates and their Consta

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

No. 44. An Act to create the office of Master of Chesterfield County.

No. 45. An Act to give special referees in Saluda County the same power

and authority as Masters in Equity in those counties where there
are regular Masters.

No. 46. An Act to fix the salary of the Master of Union County, and to

provide for the appointment of the Master of Dillon County, and
define his duties.

No. 47. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to provide for the amount

to be paid jurors in Circuit Courts of the State by amending
Section 2938 of the Civil Code," approved the 20th day of Feb-
ruary, 1907.

No. 48. An Act to require the Clerk of the Court of General Sessions to enter

upon the Calendar the race to which the indicted person belongs.

No. 49. An Act relating to the Courts of the Second Judicial Circuit, fixing

the time for holding the same.

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No. 50. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to provide the time for

holding courts in the First Judicial Circuit," approved March 4,
1909, so as to abolish the January term for Calhoun County.

No. 51. An Act to provide for a summer term of the Court of Common Pleas

for the counties of the Fourth Judicial Circuit.

No. 52. An Act relating to the Supreme Court.

No. 53. An Act to amend Section 32 of an Act entitled "An Act to declare

the law in reference to and to regulate the manufacture, sale, use, consumption, possession, transportation and disposition of alcoholic liquors and beverages within the State, and to police the same," approved February 16, 1907, relating to payment of United States revenue tax.

No. 54. An Act to promote the public health, convenience and welfare by

leveeing, ditching and draining the wet, swamp and overflowed lands of the State, and providing for the establishment of levee or drainage districts for the purpose of enlarging or changing any natural watercourses, and for digging ditches or canals for securing better drainage or providing better outlets for drainage, for building levees or embankments and installing tide gates or pumping plants for the reclamation of overflowed lands, and prescribing a method for so doing, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost and expense of the same, and issuing and selling bonds therefor, and for the care and maintenance of such improvements when constructed.

No. 55. An Act to provide a uniform method of awarding scholarships in

the State institutions of higher education.

No. 56. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to amend Section 1200,

Code of Laws, Volume I, 1902, as amended by an Act entitled ‘An Act to amend Section 1200, Code of Laws, Volume I, relating to County Boards of Education,' approved the 18th day of February, A. D. 1908, approved March 3, 1909, approved 26th February, 1910," providing the number of days for which members of boards shall be paid in Greenville and Orangeburg Counties.

No. 57. An Act to amend the law with reference to voting precincts in this

State.

No. 58. An Act to ratify the amendment to Section 12 of Article V of the

Constitution, relating to Associate Justices.

No. 59. An Act to ratify the amendment to Section 2 of Article V of the

Constitution, relating to Associate Justices of the Supreme Court.

No. 60. An Act to require Clemson Agricultural and Mechanical College to

analyze fertilizers on demand of purchaser without requiring purchaser to furnish name of manufacturer or manufacturer's analysis of said fertilizer.

No. 61. An Act to provide the manner in which the treasurer of the State

Hospital for the Insane shall draw the money appropriated to said institution.

No. 62. An Act to amend Section 13 of an Act entitled "An Act for the

protection of game birds and animals, and to provide a close season,” approved the 25th day of February, A. D. 1910.

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No. 63. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to amend Section 1 of an

Act entitled 'An Act to amend an Act entitled “An Act to prohibit the destruction of fox in certain counties of the State,” approved the 21st day of February, 1908,' approved the 3d day of March, A. D. 1909, so as to include the Counties of Calhoun, Kershaw and Orangeburg," approved the 25th day of February, A. D. 1910, so as to strike out Aiken County.

No. 64. An Act for the protection of game fish in Berkeley, Bamberg, Colle

ton, Dorchester, Clarendon and Williamsburg Counties, and for the repeal of certain laws relating thereto.

No. 65. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act for the protection of

game fish in the State of South Carolina, and for the repeal of certain laws relating thereto,” approved 23d day of February, A. D. 1910, by striking out Sections 2 and 3, and inserting a new Section 2.

No. 66. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to amend Section i of an

Act entitled 'An Act to amend an Act entitled “An Act to prohibit the destruction of fox in certain counties of the State," approved the 21st day of February, 1908, so as include in its provisions the Counties of Richland and Edgefield,' approved the 3d day of March, A. D. 1909, so as to include the Counties of Calhoun and Orangeburg," approved the 25th day of February, A. D. 1910, so as to include Abbeville County in the provisions of said Act.

No. 67. An Act to amend Section 162 of the Criminal Code of South Caro

lina.

No. 68. An Act to amend Section 1129 of Volume I of the Code of Laws of

South Carolina, 1902.

No. 69. An Act to annul any clause in a contract providing for a less time in

which suit may be brought on such contract other than the Statute of Limitations as to such causes of action.

No. 70. An Act to require marriage licenses and regulate their issuance.

No. 71. An Act to amend Section 2974, Volume I, Code of Laws, 1902, relat

ing to appeals in ejectment proceedings.

No. 72. An Act to amend Section 1276, Volume I of the Code of Laws, 1902,

relating to the powers of the Board of Visitors of the Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina.

No. 73. An Act to dispense with publication of legal notices in certain cases. No. 74. An Act to require the Clerk of Court to open and publish sealed

sentences.

No. 75. An Act to provide for the custody of destitute, abandoned and unpro

tected children.

No. 76. An Act to amend Section 762, Code of Laws of South Carolina,

Volume I, by striking out the word “two" on line i thereof.

No. 77. An Act to amend an Act entitled “An Act to amend Section 2655 of

Volume I of the Code of Laws of South Carolina of 1902, so that said section shall apply to simple contract creditors," approved 26th day of February, 1910, by including personal property deposited as collateral for a loan.

No. 78. An Act to amend Section 3094, Volume I, Code of Laws of South

Carolina, 1902, by making each first Monday in any month a legal day for judicial sales or transaction of any other legal business.

No. 79. An Act relating to the office of Notary Public.

No. 80. An Act to amend Section 359, Volume II, Code of Civil Procedure,

1902, relating to appeals from Magistrates' Courts.

No. 81. An Act to declare the wilful or wanton burning of any building or

personal property in which any person has an interest as mortgagee, insurer or otherwise, a felony, and to provide punishment therefor.

No. 82. An Act to require a license for pool and billiard tables not in incor

porated cities or towns, and to provide punishment for failure to comply with this Act.

No. 83. An Act to regulate the hours of labor for women employed in mer

cantile establishments.

No. 84. An Act to provide a day for the installation of the Governor.

No. 85. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to regulate the sale of

cocaine," approved the 20th day of February, A. D. 1907, so as to further provide for the regulation of the handling and use of cocaine and to change the punishment therefor.

No. 86. An Act to amend Section 2704, Volume I, Code of Laws, 1902, relat

ing to adoption of children.

No. 87. An Act to provide Houses of Correction for female convicts.

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