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hereby, appropriated to pay the expenses of the Engrossing De- A. D. 1898. partment of the General Assembly from the twenty-eighth day
of November, 1893, inclusive, to the close of the session, as fol
For the pay of J. M. Johnson, M. F. Ansel, M. J. Hough, G. Solicitors. Duncan Bellinger, P. H. Nelson, W. St. J. Jervey, Jno. S. Wilson and O. L. Schumpert, each, five dollars per day for each day in actual attendance upon the session of the General Assembly, Solicitors in the (Engrossing Department) office of the AttorneyGeneral; for the pay of F. F. Covington, J. R. Hix, J. D. Engrossing Epps, W. M. Hamer, B. F. Townsend, Miss Rachael Hemphill, E. J. Alsobrooks, C. G. Bruce, W. B. Lyles, F. G. Tompkins, Wm. Gaston, Miss Inez Cooper, P. N. Timmerman, J. W. Mixon, Miss Leila Shelton, H. C. Jordan, J. D. Alsobrooks, W. G. Hinnant, O. W. Breazeale, T. C. Hough, G. P. Smith, E. E. Smith, Miss K. H. Brooks, D. F. McGingan, D. F. Rodgers, D. H. Witherspoon, Edgar Stalsey and W. C. McAllister, Clerks in the (Engrossing Department) office of the Attorney-General, each, five dollars per day for the time actually employed. To pay the mileage of the Circuit Solicitors, as fol- Mileage of lows: J. M. Johnson, twenty and 60-100 dollars; M. F. Ansel, twenty-eight and 80-100 dollars; M. J. Hough, twenty-one dollars; G. Duncan Bellinger, nineteen and 40-100 dollars; P. H. Nelson, thirteen dollars; W. St. J. Jervey, twenty-six dollars; Jno. S. Wilson, twelve and 20-100 dollars; O. L. Schumpert, nine and 40-100 dollars. For the pay of N. O. Pyles, Mail Mail Carrier. Carrier of the (Engrossing Department) office of the AttorneyGeneral, fifteen dollars; for the pay of James Williams, Porter Porter. of the (Engrossing Department) office of the Attorney-General, fifty-two dollars; for the pay of Andrew Moffit, Flag Keeper, Flag Keeper. fifty-two dollars; for the pay of John H. Clarkson, temporary Special Assistant to the Keeper of the State House, fifty-two Special Asdollars; to be paid on the joint certificate of both Houses of the General Assembly, signed by the presiding officers thereof and attested by the Clerks. For the incidental or contingent expenses of the Engrossing Department, two 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 Accounts of the House of Representatives and passed by the House of Representatives.
A. D. 1893.
SEC. 5. That the following sums, if so much be necessary, be, and the same are hereby, appropriated for miscellaneous exPreparing Acts penses, namely: For preparing for the printer, indexing and making marginal notes of the Acts and Joint Resolutions of the regular session of the General Assembly of 1893, to be done under the supervision of the State Reporter, two hundred and fifty dollars.
When to take effect.
SEC. 6. That the President of the Senate and Speaker of the House of Representatives, respectively, shall furnish pay certificates for the amount of per diem and mileage due to each member of the Senate and House of Representatives, and the amounts herein appropriated, to each officer and employee of that branch of the General Assembly to which such officer and employee shall respectively belong, signed by the respective officer, and properly attested by the Clerks of such branch of the General Assembly.
SEC. 7. That this Act shall take effect from and immediately after its date of approval; and all Acts or parts of Acts inconRepealing sistent with the provisions of this Act be, and the same are, for the purposes of this Act, hereby repealed.
Approved December 22d, A. D. 1893.
No. 309. AN ACT TO AMEND AN ACT ENTITLED "AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR A LICENSE FOR THE SALE OF PISTOLS OR PISTOL CARTRIDGES WITHIN THE LIMITS OF THIS STATE."
20 Stat., 653, amended.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of South Carolina, now met and sitting A. A. 1890, $2, in General Assembly, and by the authority of the same, That Section 2 of an Act entitled "An Act to provide for a license for the sale of pistols or pistol cartridges within the limits of Amendment. this State" be amended by striking out the words "two hundred," in the sixth line thereof, and inserting in lieu thereof the words "twenty-five." So that said Section when so amended shall read as follows and all Acts amendatory thereof:
SECTION 2. That the County Commissioners of the several Counties of the State be, and they are hereby, authorized to issue licenses in their respective Counties for the sale of pistols
and pistol cartridges upon the payment to County Treasurer by the person or corporation so applying for said licenses of the sum of twenty-five dollars annually.
Approved December 22d, A. D. 1893.
A. D. 1893.
AN ACT PROVIDING THAT ALL THE PROVISIONS OF AN ACT No. 310.
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 A. A. 1892, ante an Act entitled "An Act for the further protection of partridges, quails, woodcock, pheasants, deer and wild turkeys in the County of Beaufort" be, and the same is hereby, amended by striking out all after the enacting clause and inserting the following: That an Act entitled "An Act for the further protection Extended to of partridges, quail, woodcock, pheasant, deer and wild turkeys in the County of Beaufort" be amended by striking out the words "County of Beaufort" whenever they occur in the Act or in the title thereof and inserting "State" in lieu thereof. SEC. 2. That for the space of ten years from the date of Killing of the of this Act it shall be unlawful to shoot or kill at passage any time any Mongolian or ring-neck pheasants under the penalties provided in this Act.
Approved December 22, A. D. 1893.
AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR THE MORE COMPLETE PREPARA- No. 311.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of South Carolina, now met and sitting
A. D. 1898.
in General Assembly, and by the authority of the same, That J. E. Breazeale, Commissioner, appointed under the provisions of an Act entitled "An Act relating to the revision, digest and arrangement of the Statute Laws of the State," approved December 24, 1892, be, and he is hereby, instructed to superintend the To prepare printing thereof in permanent form in two volumes, one volume &c., for publica- to contain the Civil Statutes and one volume to contain the Code of Civil Procedure and the Criminal Statutes and the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of this State and the Rules of Court.
Acts, &c, of present session.
Enumeration by Sections.
SEC. 2. That said Commissioner be, and he is hereby, authorized and instructed to embody in the said volumes, without alteration or amendment, such Acts and Joint Resolutions passed and approved at the present session of the General Assembly of a general and permanent character.
SEC. 3. That the said Commissioner be, and he is hereby, authorized to enumerate the subdivisions of said Statutes and said Code, and all such Acts and parts of Acts, Joint Resolutions and parts of Joint Resolutions as he may embody therein, correcting any enumerations in Sections of the said Statutes and Necessary Code as may become necessary by reason of any change or changes therein by action of the General Assembly, either in expunging Sections or in adding Sections during the passage thereof, or by the embodying therein of Acts or Joint Resolutions, or parts thereof, as aforesaid.
SEC. 4. That the said Commissioner shall include in said volumes a complete annotation of the decisions of the Supreme Court of this State construing any portion of said Statutes or of said Code, or of said Constitutions and Rules of Court.
SEC. 5. That the State Printer shall furnish the entire edition, to wit, two thousand copies thereof, to the Secretary of State, who shall furnish each member of the General Assembly with a copy thereof bound in calf, distribute and provide for the sale of the remaining copies thereof in the same manner as the distribution and sale of the General Statutes of 1882 was provided for in an Act entitled "An Act to provide for the distribution and sale of the General Statutes of the State," approved February 9, A. D. 1882: Provided, That the Secretary of State shall deliver to the State Librarian a sufficient number of said volumes bound in calf to make exchanges with other States and Territories and to supply the officers and libraries designated in Section 40 of the General Statutes and in the Acts amending the same, except
such officers and libraries as are provided in the Act above A. D. 1893. mentioned to be supplied by the Secretary of State.
SEC. 6. That J. E. Breazeale, Commissioner, be paid the sum Compensation of five hundred dollars as full compensation for the work herein- sioner. before imposed on him.
Approved December 22d, A. D. 1893.
AN ACT TO AMEND AN ACT ENTILTED "AN ACT TO PROHIBIT No. 312.
THIS STATE WITHOUT FIRST OBTAINING A LICENSE THERE-
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repre sentatives of the State of South Carolina, now met and sitting
in General Assembly, and by the authority of the same, That A. A. 1891, an Act entitled "An Act to prohibit emigrant agents from plying 20 Stat. 1084, their vocation in this State without first obtaining a license therefor, and for other purposes," approved 24th December, 1891, be, and the same is hereby, amended by striking out all of the said Amendment. Act after the enacting words and inserting in lieu thereof the following, to wit:
SECTION 1. That from and after the approval of this Act no person shall carry on the business of emigrant agent in this quired. State between the 1st day of January and the 1st day of July of any year without having first obtained a license therefor from the State Treasurer.
SEC. 2. That the term emigrant agent as contemplated in this Definition. Act shall be construed to mean any person engaged in hiring
laborers or soliciting emigrants in this State to be employed be
yond the limits of the same by himself or by others.
SEC. 3. That any person shall be entitled to a license, which Term of license. shall be good between the 1st day of January and the 1st day of July of any one year, upon the payment to the State Treasurer, for the use of the State, the sum of five hundred dollars for each County in which he may operate.
SEC. 4. That any person doing the business of an emigrant Penalty. agent in this State between the 1st day of January and the 1st day of July of any year without having first obtained such