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No. 290. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to regulate the annual settlements of County Commissioners, County School Commissioners and County Treasurers for County and school taxes, and to require the Comptroller-General to prescribe the form upon which said settlements are made and the system of bookkeeping in said office," approved December 24th, 1889, by striking out all in the first Section of said Act after the enacting clause, and by striking out Sections 3, 9 and 10 of said Act and by changing the numbering of the remaining Sections as follows: 2 to 1, 4 to 2, 5 to 3, 6 to 4, 7 to 5 and 8 to 6, and by adding a Section to be known as Section 7...
No. 291. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to provide for the establishment of separate school districts in the several cities, incorporated towns and villages in this State, to authorize the levy and collection of special taxes therein, and to authorize the levy and collection of special taxes in the several school districts now formed or hereafter to be formed outside of cities, incorporated towns and villages," approved December 24th, A. D. 1888...
No. 292. An Act providing that school teachers' first grade certificates issued by the County Board of Examiners shall be good and valid for the term of five years unless revoked by the said Board of Examiners for cause..... 405
No. 293. An Act to prohibit County Commissioners from paying any fees for proof of claims against the County...... 406 No. 294. A Joint Resolution appointing Hon. J. B. Kershaw, of Kershaw County, a Commissioner for the State, to superintend the preparation of the Confederate rolls. for publication..
No. 295. A Joint Resolution to provide for a deficiency in the payment of the salary of the Fish Commissioner for
the past fiscal year...
No. 296. A Joint Resolution to provide for deficiency in fund for County Auditors' salaries for the past fiscal year...... 407
No. 297. An Act to amend the law as to hawkers and peddlers... 407 No. 298. An Act to declare the terms on which foreign corporations may carry on business and own property within the State of South Carolina..
No. 299. An Act to amend Section one of an Act entitled "An Act to limit the punishment of persons convicted of the following misdemeanors, namely: Carrying concealed weapons, selling property under lien when the property may not exceed twenty dollars in value, malicious trespass, malicious mischief, disturbing religious meetings, and riots where no weapons are actually used or wounds inflicted," so as to include in said Section larceny of live stock and crops from the field, and obtaining property under false pretenses when not over the value of twenty dollars..
No. 300. An Act to require the recording of deeds of conveyance,
No. 301. An Act to divide the State of South Carolina into seven
No. 302. A Joint Resolution to extend the time for payment of
No. 303. A Joint Resolution authorizing and requiring the Comptroller-General of this State to draw his warrant on the State Treasurer for the sum of two thousand dollars for the Trustees of the South Carolina Industrial and Winthrop Normal College, and the State Treasurer to pay the same
No. 304. An Act to reduce the salaries of the State officers, clerks and employees..
No. 305. An Act relating to the phosphate industry of this State. 418
No. 306. An Act to provide for the funding of the valid principal and interest of certain outstanding bonds and stock of the State of State of South Carolina into the new 4 per cent. "redemption of Brown Consol bonds and stock."
No. 30%. An Act to provide for the selection of a Public Printer and to regulate the awarding of contracts for public printing.....
No. 308. An Act to make appropriations for the payment of the per diem, mileage and stationery certificates of the members of the General Assembly, the salaries of the subordinate officers and employees thereof, and for other purposes herein named
No. 309. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to provide a license for the sale of pistols or pistol cartridges within the limits of this State.
No. 310. An Act providing that all the provisions of an Act entitled "An Act for the further protection of par-. tridges, quail, woodcock and pheasants, deer or wild turkeys in Beaufort County," approved December 22nd, 1892, shall apply to all the Counties of the State..
No. 311. An Act to provide for the more complete preparation of the Civil Statutes, Criminal Statutes and Code of Civil Procedure, and for the distribution and sale of the same, and for additional compensation for Commissioner..
No. 312. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to prohibit emigrant agents from plying their vocation in this State without first obtaining a license therefor, and for other purposes," Approved 24th of December, A. D.
No. 313. An At to declare the law in reference to, and further regulate the use, sale consumption, transportation and disposition of, alcoholic liquids or liquors within the State of South Carolina, and to police the same...... 430
No. 314. An Act to raise supplies and make appropriations for the fiscal year commencing November 1st, 1893..... 450
No. 315. An Act to amend Section 8 of an Act entitled "An Act to raise supplies and make appropriations for the fiscal year commencing November 1st, 1892," approved December 24th, A. D. 1892....
No. 316. An Act to make appropriations to meet the ordinary expenses of the State government for the fiscal year commencing November 1st, 1893....
No. 317. An Act to extend the time for the payment of taxes by the Port Royal and Augusta Railway Company....... 478
No. 318. An Act to amend Sections 2, 7 and 14 of an Act entitled "An Act to establish a Normal and Industrial College in the State of South Carolina for the education of white girls," approved December 23rd, A. D. 1891, so as to provide for the election and terms of local trustees and to authorize the State to incur certain expenses..
No. 319. An Act to declare the meaning and intention of Section 14 of an Act entitled "An Act to provide for the redemption of that part of the State debt known as the Brown Consol bonds and stocks by issue of other bonds and stocks," approved December 22d, A. D. 1892, as to non-taxation of investments in the new State bonds by corporations...
No. 320. An Act to provide a system of County government for the several Counties of the State.....
No. 321. An Act to recognize the L. I. (Licentiate of Instruction) Degree conferred by the Peabody Normal College, of the University of Nashville, Tenn., as a qualification to teach in the public schools of this State without examination here....
No. 322. An Act to fix the salaries of the County School Commissioners of the several Counties of this State......
No. 323. An Act to amend the law in relation to the location and names of the voting precincts in certain Counties.... 493
No. 324. An Act providing for the formation of new Counties in this State....
No. 325. An Act to repeal an Act entitled "An Act to provide for the appointment of County Boards of Physicians to examine the diplomas of physicians and surgeons in this State," approved December 24th, 1890, and to establish in lieu of said Boards a State Examining Board, and to define the duties and powers thereof... 498
No. 326. An Act to further provide additional limbs for all soldiers or sailors of the State who lost a leg, eye or arm during military service in the years 1861, 1862, 1863, 1864 and 1865, in the war between the States, who are now living.
No. 327. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to provide for the formation of certain corporations under general laws," approved December 23, 1886..
No. 328. An Act to approve the revision of the Statutes made by J. E. Breazeale as a revision, digest and arrangement of the Statute Law of this State..
No. 329. An Act to amend Section one of an Act entitled "An Act to provide a mode of distribution of the moneys collected as direct tax from the citizens of this State by the United States and turned over in trust to the State of South Carolina," approved December 24th, A. D. 1891....
No. 330. An Act to further regulate the manufacture and sale of commercial fertilizers...
No. 331. An Act to provide for the punishment of the stealing of any crude turpentine..
No. 332. An Act to limit the punishment of persons convicted of obtaining property less than twenty dollars by
No. 333. An Act to enable the State Agricultural and Mechanical Society of South Carolina to extend more perfect protection to its property, and to the property of exhibitors at Fairs, and to authorize the officers thereof to appoint a police for that purpose..