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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Passed at the Regular Session which was begun and held at
BENJAMIN R. TILLMAN, Governor. EUGENE B. GARY, Lieutenant-Governor and ex officio President of the Senate. IRA B. JONES, Speaker of the House of Representatives. SAMPSON POPE, Clerk of the Senate. J. WALTER GRAY, Clerk of the House of Representatives.
General Laws and Joint Resolutions.
AN ACT TO CONSTITUTE A BATTALION TO BE KNOWN AS
A. D. 1892.
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 Naval there shall be allowed, in addition to the companies of the Vol- tuted. unteer Troops of the State of South Carolina as now provided by law, not more than four companies of Naval Militia, which shall constitute a battalion, to be known as the Naval Battalion of the Volunteer Troops of South Carolina.
A. D. 1892,
SEC. 2. The officers of this battalion shall consist of a Lieutenant Commander, who shall be appointed by the Governor, their rank and and whose rank and pay shall assimilate to that of a Major of infantry, and a staff, to consist of one Adjutant, one Ordnance Officer, one Paymaster, who shall be the mustering officer, and one Surgeon, each with the rank of First Lieutenant. They shall be paid the same as battalion staffs in the Volunteer Troops. Petty officers. There shall also be attached to the staff the following petty officers: One Master-at-Arms, two Yeomen, one Hospital Steward, one Chief Bugler, who shall receive the same pay as the non-commissioned staff of a battalion of infantry.
SEC. 3. To each company there shall be one Lieutenant Commanding, two Second Lieutenants, two Ensigns, to receive the same pay as Captain, First and Second Lieutenants, respectively, of infantry; two Boatswain's Mates, two Gunner's Mates, two Pay of enlisted Coxswains, two Quartermasters, and forty-four seamen. All enlisted men of companies shall receive the pay of enlisted men of companies of infantry of the Volunteer Troops.
SEC. 4. The Naval Battalion shall be uniformed as the Commander-in-Chief shall direct, out of any appropriations for uniInstructions forms or supplies for the Volunteer Troops or Naval Militia, and shall be instructed as he may direct, and be subject to the laws and regulations governing the Volunteer Troops. The duty required by law may be performed afloat.
Approved December 15th, A. D. 1892.
AN ACT RELATING TO THE LANDSFORD CANAL ON CATAWBA
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of South Carolina, now met and sitting in Grant of right General Assembly, and by the authority of the same, That all the rights, title and interest of the State of South Carolina, if any there be, in the canal known as the Landsford Canal, on the West side of the Catawba River, in the County of Chester, with all the appurtenances thereto, be, and the same is hereby, granted and ceded to and vested in William A. Courtenay, the owner of the land on both sides of and adjacent to the said canal, his heirs