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A. D. 1893.

No. 306.

clared fundable.

AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR THE FUNDING OF THE VALID
PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST OF CERTAIN OUTSTANDING
BONDS AND STOCK OF THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
INTO THE NEW 4 PER CENT. "REDEMPTION OF BROWN
CONSOL BONDS AND STOCK."

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of South Carolina, now met and sitting in General Assembly, and by the authority of the same, That Old bonds de- the State Treasurer be, and he is hereby, authorized and instructed to receive from the holders thereof who may surrender the same all coupon bonds and certificates of stock now fundable in Brown Consols under the Act of 1873, as amended in 1879 and 1880, and other Acts authorizing the issue of said Brown Consols, and which are referred to in the State Treasurer's Annual Report, 31st October, 1893, and shall thereupon, in exchange for and in lieu of the valid principal of said bonds and certificates of stock so surrendered, together with the valid and unpaid interest on the same to July 1st, 1893, issue to said holder other coupon bonds or certificates of stock of the kind issued under Act approved December 1892, and known as In 4% per cent. Brown 4 Per Cent. "Redemption Brown Consols," of face value equal to said valid principal and interest to July 1st, 1893, upon the terms set forth in Act of 1873 as amended 1879-'80.

Ante 24.

bonds.

Repealing

clause.

SEC. 2. That so much of all the Acts of 1873, 1879, 1880, and other Acts authorizing the issue of said Brown Consols, as are inconsistent with this Act be, and the same are hereby, repealed. Approved December 22d, A. D. 1893.

No. 307. AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR THE SELECTION OF A PUBLIC PRINTER AND TO REGULATE THE AWARDING OF CONTRACTS FOR PUBLIC PRINTING.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of South Carolina, now met and sitting in General Assembly, and by the authority of the same, That Election of the General Assembly shall biennially elect a State Public Printer, whose term of office shall be two years, which shall begin with the expiration of the term of the present contract for State printing, and until his successor shall have been duly elected

State Printer.

Term of office.

and shall have qualified in the manner prescribed by law, and who shall receive for the public printing, during such period, the following compensation to wit:

50 copies per day Senate Calendar, at 80 cents per page. 150 copies per day House Calendar, at 80 cents per page. 50 copies per day Senate Journal, at 80 cents per page. 150 copies per day House Journal, at 80 cents per page. 50 copies per day Senate Resolutions, at 80 cents per page. 150 copies per day House Resolutions, at 80 cents per page. 50 copies per day Senate Bills, at $1.25 per page. 150 copies per day House Bills, at $1.40 per day. 1,500 copies Governor's Message, at 75 cents per page.

600 copies Report Comptroller-General, at 95 cents per page. 300 copies Reports other State officials, at 90 cents per page. 300 copies Reports Public Institutions, at 80 cents per page. 2,500 copies Acts and Joint Resolutions, at $4 per page. 500 copies Senate Journals, at $1 per page.

500 copies House Journals, at $1 per page.

500 copies Reports and Resolutions, at 80 cents per page.

Rule and figure work a price and two-thirds. All other work not embraced in above schedule to be done at corresponding figures.

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Compensation.

constitute a

contract.

SEC. 2. That upon the election of said Public Printer, and his Acceptance to filing with the Secretary of State his acceptance of the terms of this Act and giving the bond required by law, the said acceptance shall constitute a contract between him and the State.

SEC. 3. That the bond and duties of the Public Printer shall remain the same as now required by law.

Bond and

duties.

SEC. 4. That should the State Printer so elected die during Vacancy. the interim between the sessions of the General Assembly, or default during said time, then another Public Printer shall be appointed by the Governor and Chairman of the Committees of How allled. Printing of the Senate and House of Representatives, to hold his office until the General Assembly elect his successor.

SEC. 5. That all Acts and parts of Acts inconsistent with this Repealing Act be, and the same are hereby, repealed.

SEC. 6. That this Act shall take effect immediately upon its approval.

Approved December 22d, A. D. 1893.

clause.

When to take effect.

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No. 308.

propriation

clause.

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.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of South Carolina, now met and sitting in General Assembly, and by the authority of the same, That General a p- the following sums, if so much be necessary, be, and the same are hereby, appropriated to meet the expenses of the General Assembly at its regular session beginning on the twenty-eighth day of November, 1893, to the close of the session, and for other purposes herein named, as is more specifically indicated in the several succeeding Sections of this Act, that is to say:

Senate expenses.

President and members.

sistant.

SENATE.

SEC. 2. That the following sums, if so much be necessary, be, and the same are hereby, appropriated to pay the expenses of the Senate from the twenty-eighth day of November, 1893, inclusive, to the close of the session, as follows:

For the per diem, mileage and stationery certificates of the members of the Senate and the presiding officer thereof, if so much be necessary, six thousand and five hundred dollars; for Clerk and As- the pay of Sampson Pope, Clerk of the Senate, one thousand dollars; for the pay of R. M. McCown, Assistant Clerk of the Senate, two hundred and fifty dollars; for the pay of J. T. Journal Clerk. Gantt, Journal Clerk of the Senate, one hundred and thirty dollars, and four dollars per day for the number of days he may be actually engaged in the work of the Senate after the adjournment thereof, not to exceed twenty days, said number of days of such engagement to be certified by the said Journal Clerk; for Reading Clerk. the pay of F. C. Caughman, Reading Clerk of the Senate, two hundred and fifty dollars; for the pay of J. C. Elliott, SergeantSergeant-at-at-Arms of the Senate, two hundred and fifty dollars; for the

Arms.
Bill Clerk.

Clerks.

pay of W. J. Moore, Bill Clerk of the Senate, one hundred and Committee thirty dollars; for the pay of B. McLure, Clerk of the Judiciary Committee of the Senate, one hundred and thirty dollars; for the pay of J. H. Thomas, Clerk of the Finance Committee of the Senate, one hundred and thirty dollars; for the pay of W. H. Meetze, Clerk of Committee of Roads, Bridges and Ferries, one hundred and thirty dollars; for the pay of J. W. Boyd, Gen

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other employees

Pages.

eral Committee Clerk of the Senate, one hundred and thirty dollars; for the pay of H. B. Crossland, Clerk of the Committee on Railroads and Incorporations of the Senate, one hundred and thirty dollars; for the pay of Thomas Whittle, W. B. Going, Doorkeepers. John W. Rector and H. R. McManus, Doorkeepers of the Senate, each, seventy-eight dollars; for the pay of David Irons, Laborers and Mingo White and Sam Austin, Laborers of the Senate, each, fifty-two dollars; for the pay of Calhoun Butler, Porter in the office of the Clerk of the Senate, and Keeper of the President of the Senate's Room, seventy-eight dollars; for the pay of J. A. Carnes and W. W. Lazzenberry, Porters to the Committee Rooms of the Senate, each, fifty-two dollars; for the pay of W. L. Hemphill and John Davis, Pages of the Senate, each, fiftytwo dollars; for the pay of N. O. Pyles, Mail Carrier of the Senate, seventy-eight dollars; for the pay of Rev. P. Pinckney Blalock, Chaplain of the Senate, fifty dollars; for the incidental or contingent fund of the Senate, six hundred dollars if so much be necessary, to be paid on certificates drawn by the President of the Senate and attested by the Clerk of the Senate on accounts audited by the Committee on Contingent Accounts and passed by the Senate Provided, That no part of said contingent fund be used in giving extra pay to any of the employees of the No extra pay. Senate.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

Mail Carrier.
Chaplain.

Contingent

fund.

House of Repre

SEC. 3. That the following sums, if so much be necessary, be, Expenses of and the same are hereby, appropriated to pay the expenses of the sentatives. House of Representatives from the twenty-eighth day of November, 1893, inclusive, to the close of the session, as follows:

sistant.

For the per diem, mileage and stationery certificates of the Members. members of the House of Representatives, twenty-three thousand dollars; for the pay of J. Walter Gray, Clerk of the House of Representatives, one thousand dollars; for the pay of S. W. Vance, Assistant Clerk of the House of Representatives, two Clerk and Ashundred and fifty dollars; for the pay of Geo. R. Koester, Journal Clerk of the House of Representatives, one hundred and Journal Clerk. thirty dollars, and four dollars per day for the number of days he may be actually engaged in the work of the House of Representatives after the adjournment thereof, not to exceed twenty days, said number of days of such engagement to be certified by

said Journal Clerk; for the pay of J. S. Withers, Reading Clerk Reading Clerk. of the House of Representatives, two hundred and fifty dollars: ;

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Sergeant-at

Arms.

Bill Clerk.

Clerks.

Pages.

for the pay of N. H. Stansell, Sergeant-at-Arms of the House of Representatives, two hundred and fifty dollars; for the pay of T. C. Hamer, Bill Clerk of the House of Representatives, one hundred and thirty dollars; for the pay of S. W. Scruggs, Clerk Committee of the Committee of Ways and Means of the House of Representatives, one hundred and thirty dollars; for the extra pay of S. W. Scruggs, Clerk of the Committee of Ways and Means of the House of Representatives, for work done after the adjournment of the General Assembly of 1892, forty dollars; for the pay of W. H. McFeat, Clerk of the Judiciary Committee of the House of Representatives, one hundred and thirty dollars; for the pay of F. A. Carwile, Clerk of Committee on Incorporations,. seventy-eight dollars; for the pay of C. L. Bull, Clerk of the Committee on Claims and Enrolled Acts, one hundred and thirty dollars; for the pay of Richard R. Owings, Peter Sanders Doorkeepers. and Walter Nixon, Doorkeepers of the House of Representatives, each, seventy-eight dollars; for the pay of Joseph J. Moorman, Wm. C. Elder, Geo. Swearinger and Geo. D. Jeffries, Pages of the House of Representatives, each, fifty-two dollars; for the pay of Louis Butler, Wm. Young, Counts Cross and Casper Laborers and Watts, Laborers of the House of Representatives, each, fifty-two dollars; for the pay of West Oliphant, James Adamson and Henry Wherry, Porters of the Committee Rooms of the House of Representatives, each, fifty-two dollars; for the pay of Young H. Vance, Keeper of the Speaker's Room, seventy-eight dollars; and ten dollars extra to James Adamson for extra services to the Committee on Agriculture; for the pay of A. C. Anderson, Mail Carrier. Mail Carrier of the House of Representatives, seventy-eight dollars; for the pay of Rev. E. A. Wingard, Chaplain of the House of Representatives, fifty dollars; for the incidental or Contingent contingent fund of the House of Representatives, five hundred dollars, if so much be necessary, to be paid on certificates drawn by the Speaker of the House of Representatives, and attested by the Clerk of the House of Representatives, on accounts audited by the Committee on Contingent Accounts and passed by the House of Representatives: Provided, That no part of said conNo extra pay. tingent fund be used to give extra pay to any of the employees of the House of Representatives.

other employees

Chaplain.

fund.

ENGROSSING DEPARTMENT.

Expenses of SEC. 4. That the sum of four thousand three hundred and Engrossing De

partment. thirty-two dollars, if so much be necessary, be, and the same is

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