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A JOINT RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AND REQUIRING THE
A. D. 1893.
SECTION 1. Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Repre- Pay certificate sentatives of the State of South Carolina, now met and sitting in General Assembly, and by the authority of the same, That the Speaker and Clerk of the House of Representatives be, and they are hereby, authorized and required to issue a pay certificate for the per diem of the late Dr. S. M. Wylie, a late member of the House of Representatives from Chester County, for this session of the Legislature, who died on the eve of the session ; said pay certificate to be made payable to his widow, May M. Payable to Wylie.
Approved January 4th, A. D. 1894.
AN ACT TO AMEND AN ACT ENTITLED "AN ACT TO AMEND No. 343.
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 Section 365 Section 365 of the General Statutes, as amended by an Act approved December 26th, 1885, be amended by inserting between the words "shall hereafter" and "consist of," on the fifth line of said Section, the words "be known as the Board of Field and Line Officers of the Fourth Brigade, South Carolina Volunteer Troops, and shall." And between the words "this State" and "and their," in line eleven, inserting the words "and the senior ranking Captain in each of said battalions or regiments." So that this Section as amended shall read as follows:
SEC. 365. That the corporation heretofore known as the Board Name of corof Field Officers of the Fourth Brigade, South Carolina Militia, Fourth Brigade and subsequently as the Board of Field Officers of the Fourth Brigade, South Carolina Volunteer Troops, shall hereafter be
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known as the Board of Field and Line Officers of the Fourth Brigade, South Carolina Volunteer Troops, and shall consist of of whom it the Brigadier-General commanding the Fourth Brigade, South Carolina Volunteer Troops, and the field officers of the regiments and battalions now constituting the said Fourth Brigade, and the field officers of such regiments and battalions existing within the limits of the city of Charleston as may hereafter belong to the said Fourth Brigade under the laws of this State, and the senior ranking Captain in each of said battalions or regiments, Purposes of and their successors in office. That the said corporation so composed shall continue to be a body politic and corporate for the purpose of holding all property, both real and personal, now owned or hereafter to be acquired by the said Board for the benefit of the said brigade as now constituted, or as the same may be composed of regiments and battalions existing within the Property rights. limits of the city of Charleston. That the said corporation so composed shall continue to have power to take, purchase and hold property, both real and personal, for the benefit of the said brigade as now constituted, or of such parts of the said brigade as shall consist of regiments and battalions existing within the limits of the city of Charleston, and the same to pledge, sell and transfer, from time to time, on such terms and under such conditions and subject to such regulations as may be Marion Square. prescribed by the said corporation: Provided, however, That the property now held by them and known as Marion Square, otherwise called Citadel Green, shall forever be kept by them as a place for the military exercises of said brigade: And provided, Corps of Cita- further, That the Corps of Cadets of the State Military Academy use this square. shall have the right to use the said Marion Square, otherwise called Citadel Green, as a place for military exercises and recreation, under such regulations as may be prescribed by the Board of Visitors thereof. And that the present members of the said Board of Field Officers of the said Fourth Brigade are hereby recognized and confirmed as successors of the original corporators, and invested with all the rights, powers and privileges of Acts confirmed. said original corporators, and that all acts done by them or by any person heretofore acting as successors of said original corporators in the corporate capacity of field officers of the said Fourth Brigade be, and the same are hereby, confirmed.
del Cadets may
Approved January 4th, A. D. 1894.
AN ACT TO AMEND SECTION 572 OF THE GENERAL STAT- A. D. 1893.
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 Amended. Section 572 of the General Statutes of this State be, and the same is hereby, amended so as to read as follows:
SECTION 572. The Treasurer, on receiving money from the Treasurer to County Treasurers on account of State taxes and phosphate com- receipts. panies on account of phosphate royalty, or from any other person or persons whomsoever, on any account, shall issue duplicate receipts for the same, one of which shall be designated the original and the other the duplicate. The original shall be held Original. by the person or persons making the payment of the money to the Treasurer, for his protection, and the duplicate shall be Duplicate. immediately sent to the Comptroller-General of the State by the State Treasurer, who shall from such duplicate receipt make up a cash-book, upon which he shall charge the State Treasurer with having received the amount so evidenced by said duplicate receipt. That said State Treasurer shall designate on the face Statement in of each receipt on what account the money has been paid, so that the Comptroller-General may be enabled to charge the said Treasurer separately with such amounts. If the State Treasurer Penalty. shall neglect to furnish receipts, as aforesaid, he shall forfeit and pay a sum not exceeding two hundred dollars, nor less than fifty dollars, to be recovered in any Court having jurisdiction thereof, and the Comptroller-General, upon information made to him, shall take the necessary measures to cause the same to be recovered.
Approved December 23d, A. D. 1893.
AN ACT TO AMEND SECTIONS 923, 925, 926 AND 927 OF No. 345.
THE GENERAL STATUTES OF THE STATE OF SOUTH CARO
LINA, RELATING TO APOTHECARIES.
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 Sec- amended.
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tion 923 of the General Statutes be, and the same is hereby,
SECTION 923. The Pharmaceutical Association of the State of South Carolina shall elect six pharmacists doing business within this State, who shall constitute the Board of Pharmaceutical Examiners of the State of South Carolina, and shall hold office Term of office. as follows: One of them for the term of one year; another for two years; another for three years; another for four years; another for five years and another for six years, each, however, to hold further until his successor shall have been duly elected and qualified, and the said association shall at such election indicate the person chosen for each of said terms respectively. AnAnnual elec- nually thereafter the said association shall elect one member of said Board to fill the vacancy annually recurring, such members so elected to hold office respectively for the term of six years and until his successor shall be elected and qualified. In case of the death, resignation or removal from the State of any member of the Board, the President of the association shall appoint in his place a pharmacist to serve for the remainder of his unexpired The said Board shall be styled "The Board of Pharmaceutical Examiners," and shall meet in the city of Charleston, or at any other places in this State which may be designated by said association, once every four months, and keep in session until applicants who have previously made application to the Secretary of said Board shall have been examined. Four members of said Board shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business and the granting of licenses.
Name and term. meetings.
Section 925 amended.
SEC. 2. That Section 925 of the General Statutes be, and the same is hereby, amended by striking out the words "from one of the above named Boards" on the third and fourth lines of said Section and inserting instead thereof the words "from the above named Board." So that said Section as amended shall read as follows:
SECTION 925. Every pharmacist, apothecary or retail druggist must have who has not been previously licensed according to law who carries on and conducts the business of such occupation in this State must have a license therefor from the above named Board ; and Penalty for any person who shall carry on and conduct the business of said occupations, or any of them, without such license shall be liable to indictment as for a misdemeanor, and on conviction subject to a fine not exceeding five hundred ($500) dollars or imprisonment not exceeding six months.
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Examinati on of applicants.
SEC. 3. That Section 926 of the General Statutes be, and the same is hereby, amended by striking out the words "that Board to which application is made," on the second and third lines of amended. said Section, and inserting instead thereof. the words "the Board." So that said Section as amended shall read as follows: SECTION 926. Before granting said license, except in cases hereinafter excepted, each applicant therefor shall undergo an examination by and before the Board, and of such nature as they shall require; but such examination must include the reading of manuscript prescriptions and the explanations thereof; the discovery or detection of unusual doses of drugs, especially of poisons; the recognition and distinguishing of the various roots, barks, leaves, fruits, resins and gums in common use; and the proper antidotes and mode of administration thereof for the different poisons.
SEC. 4. That Section 927 of the General Statutes be, and the Section 927 same is hereby, amended by striking out the whole of said Section and inserting the following instead thereof:
to be examined.
SECTION 927. No examination shall be required in case the Graduates not applicant is a regular graduate in pharmacy from any reputable college; but such applicant shall be entitled to a license upon furnishing evidence of his graduation satisfactory to the said Board and upon payment of a fee of five dollars. In case the Fees. applicant undergoes examination the charge for the same, and for granting the license, shall not exceed ten dollars, which amount shall go to the Pharmaceutical Association of the State of South Carolina: Provided, however, That outside of cities, In country towns and villages, and in towns or villages of three hundred inhabitants or less, where there is no regular pharmacist, practicing physicians shall have the right to compound and sell medi- Physi c i a n s cines upon their obtaining a special license from said Board of Pharmaceutical Examiners and paying therefor a fee of five License and fee. dollars.
SEC. 5. That nothing in this Act, however, shall be construed Physicians' as intending to hinder or prohibit any physician lawfully en- tions. gaged in the practice of his profession anywhere within this State from putting up his own prescriptions or dispensing his own medicines.
SEC. 6. That all Acts and parts of Acts inconsistent with this Repealing Act be, and the same are hereby, repealed.
Approved January 4th, A. D. 1894.