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ir W, Ta PBOPIA OF THE STATE OF SecUf CAR&
LINA, BY OUa DXLZOAyS it 'tCONVBNTIOD
aKT, o oa1 AS E5TA3LIes THUs c015T5
TUTIoN FOa THE OOVKBNaSNt ur THE SAIl
SecTsow1. The Legislatiire authority of thi
State shall be veuted in a General Assembly
which shall consies of a 'Seatate aikd a Rdust
SacTroN 2. The Hopes of Representative
shall be composed of lemnbers chosen bv' bal
lot, every second jear, ly the riitisens o thi
4Satc. qualified na t hil ontiltution is pro
SHcTtOS. Ench Judkv at District it thi
$tate wt.41I ron, ttute Ine El. c-ta.n Districe. ex
cept Clotestont Iistrict. w, icl shall be davi
(t, d inst i wo .Iertion Districl.oile consisting
of ,the late Parfsilws of ti. Phllip- and St
Michael, I -be deslitafed the Elecoboa Dis
trict if' Charleston ; ile Wther consaiastln of al
at pat of tla Judicial Dtstricw, which i
withcu.,the hmita fr said Parislie,. to be kiiaamc
as ihe Electaon District-m lerkeles
SKGTIo 1 4. The boUtndarices (of the several Ju
dicial ani' Klection' Districts shall remain aa
(hey are now established.
'moTioN -6. The- House of Representstives
' shall conslet of otn, hundred find twenty fo-ur
M. mbers. te be apportioned a nuog the severa
Ei~oction .pistricts of tho Statn, accorditg t
the noneir of wil re inlaahitans cona'tatuind ii
esek, and th amoufto acld? tazes rained by the
General Assembly. whether direct or in-irect
or of whatever lpecies paid in edl, deducting
hserefram all taxes paidl on.account of proper
ty held In e*v other Diet-ict, andl adding
thereto all tle or elsewhere paid on account of
prepert) beld in sueh .District An enunmera
tion of the white inhbitauts, for this purpose
was inade I the year one thousand eitht un
dred and fifty-anine, .nd ahalt be maide in th
coorise of evary tenth year thereafter, in auci
manner as shall be. by law, directed I fand
Representative& -shall lie assigned to the diG-r
ant Distr Is in the above-mentioned propor.
tion. by r of the General Assembly at the
session intcdilately succecding every enutae
ation : Prooided, That unttil ,he a po tion
ment, which l il he tInai upon the nex' enu.
mieratin. shall take 'tfee. an-- repoo-enttion
of the se-veral Ele.-tion inst iets, a. hereio cona.
stituted. shall continue as a-sare.< of at tie last
apportioninint each fDistri t whicl has been
heretofore divide-d hit. smaller Districts.
knownm as Parishrshaving (lie egregate tnuta -
her of Repre'entatives wiich tile Parihtes
heretofore eftabraced within its Ilinits have had
since that apportionment, the Relpresentanve
to which the Pariah af . Nit Satat has be in
heretofotre enitled, being.during this. intel val,
assIgned to Horry Election District
SECTioN 6. If the enumferatlon herein direct
ed shall not be made in tle course or th'e ye ar
appointed for the purpose, it shall be the dfut y
of the Governor to have it effected as.- soona
thereafter as shall be practicable'
Szortiu7' Ith, asaigunftg Repieesnatives to
the several Districts, the General Assemly
shall allow. qe Represectative for every sixty.
*ccond part of the whole number of white in
habitants in the jtate, and one Representativ<
also for every asty second part or the whole
taxes railed by lb General, Assembly, ''here
shall be further .allowed ocne Rlepresentalive
for such fractions of tla sixty-second part of
,the white inhabitatnts, and tf .the sixty-second
$art ofthe taxes, as whendded together forni
I Snc-rtotiS, All-taxes upon property, real or
-personal, shall be laid onos. th actual valuo of
the property taxels, as the same shall be ascer
tained by the assessment made or this pur.
pose of. layang suh tax. It the lirit appor
.tlonment, which sltall he macd under the (on
etitution, the amount of taxes shacll be estimac
-led from theaveraeconf the two years next pre.
-cedirg such apportionment; but tic ever sub
sequent apportio ment, frm ih - tverage o
- the ten years tIen next preceldlitir.
SmeTIon 9. If, in the apportionment of Rep.
resentatives * any Rcetin lOistriet @hall ap
pear not to be entitled, from Its populatlin mind
its taxes, to a Representative; such Election
District shall navertheleso send one Represun
tative t and, if there lie still a deficieny-o! tlae
number of Representatives reqiired by sec
lion ifth, such deficiency shall be supplied by
assigning Representative&, to those Electioa
Distracts havicg the larrreAt turgilus fractions
*hether those fractions consist of a comrablb
tion of population and taxes, or of popolatiot
or taxes separately, until tlae numbe of qi
hunadred tid ltwentf -four~ Members be mad<
up - ided, Ieqesr, That cnot anoro that
twelve Representatives shall, In anay apportion
mnent, be assiAnted to any one Electiaon Oistrict
Seeac It0. No apportionmenat of Represen
tstlve shaall be construed to lake effect, fht ani
matiner, unatil no general electIon which bha
ascioN t1. Snteot shle composedi o
one member from each ElectIon Distir l, exce;.
the falection Dlst'lct of Charleston, to wh ic
shslb6e allowved two genutors, .
bactiona 12. Upon the nmeeting of the fled
General Assernably, which shall be chosee un
der the provision, of thIs Conttuwion. th
Menators shall .be devided, by lot, Into tw
classes - the seats of the. llnaetors of tile on
class tobe vac~aed at tsheepiration of fonl
' years; and the nubror tree classes shal
lie so proposlthmed that one haslf oft the -who!
* nuumber of Senators maay, as ice .ry as poesi
hle c-.. tntie to he chuv rt the raefltr every see
- ~OTIaoN IS. No persun sail be elaga ble it
or tau,. or retaatt a eant at al ti r-, eef Rep1re
setatnyra'. ub ee la a a Iar, a. hii , tacit, w
hath- attairpedt the aire <a f c a-enty -onio yr ari
laeIinseen ta citizen and a reaktetnt af this NtI.
tttrrey tyse o,,xt prseediang te clay et electitia
* .in helath hec ern , for 6he last <sixl an cath la u,. l
thnec, aued abala caninulae, I rea'. nt M 4c'he Dia
tract whIch fte i to represent,
SXCifoN 14 Nut peissateghnhl' Is- clagibl,-ett
or take oyjqncnna s eat n the Iante, unalca
he is a' I iAIstva an~ Wh'jd hath aiai-ed- ta
air ofthityye rs,-bath been "'a cisen sa
resden ofthi SttefIve years neat pracediln
the clay of electIon, and hath beej , for the lan
sI itoths of this time, amp s3 conltintuo I
be, a resident of the Disttidt he ltatq fe1
huitaitN 16, .itenator6 i Mebrs9
-Slotes cef Re vrosatatso i va al ci hmell.'at
er e41'It jn On the tllri.raetpday I
tober In the present years an
day in every eerqnvra th an
h drected. Thsae
sdTbYO 'Fid ento nyce of
Iec ur tet uir cted qualifcations of iti own
alembers ; and a majority of eqch lDoube shall
;cntituto & quorua to dlo business I .bp a
smaller number thay adjourn fr6m'day to day,
land metay be aulhoorosed to compel The attnenc
ance of absent Members. in such manner, a i
uqder ouch penalties, as may be pevided by
' ScItow-18. Each House sholl choose its own
officers, detemine its rules of . proceeding.
punish its Members br cisorderly blhavlor,
and, with the concurrence of t wo-ttirds, expel
a Member, but not a second time for the saine
I Causes 6
SdmTiN 19. Each House mhay putnish, by im.
prisonme t, during itsittaug. any person not.
I a Member, who shall be guilty of.dierespectto
the, House by any disorderli or contemptuous
behavior-in its presence; or who, during the
time ,of its eitting, shall threaten harm to body
or estate of any blember for anything said or
done in either lousp. br who shall assault any
of thern therefor, or who siall ausault or arrest
any witnless or other person ordered to attend
the . ioue, in his going thereto, or returning
lierefrom. or who shall rescue any person ar
retted by order of the Hiouse.
tiscitoN 20. Tfhe Members of both Houseq
shall be protected in their gersons and estates
aturinr their attendance on, goinir to and re.
turning froin. the General Assembly, and ten
dlays previA.us to the sitting. and ten days af
ter that adjournment thcereol. BHt these privi.
lees shall not bei extended so as to potect any
Member who shall be charged with treason,
felony, or breach of the peace.
ZrcTION 21 f Hip for raising a revenue shall
originate in the Hodsa- Or Rebrementatlves, but
may be a4iered. amendolI or rejected by the
Senate ; and all ofie bills enmy orliinato in
either House, and may be-ancded, altered or
rejected by the other
ascTioN 22. Every Actor liesolution havieg
the force of law shall relat. to but one subjuct,
and that a' all be expressed in the title.
ac'rsoN 23. No bill shal have the force of.
law until it shall have been read three times,
and on three. several <.ays, in each House, has
had the seal of the State affixed to it, and has
been signed in the Senate'House by the Presl.
dent of the Senaterand the Speaker of the
Houice o.- Representatives.
Sf~trIoN 24. No tngoey shall be drpwvsn out
of tle Pubelc. -Treasetry but by the legisla ve
I auchority of the State.
Se cIo N 25. In all electionshby the General
Assembly, or either House thereof the nem
bers Aiall vote'-vcstsee."efatlul IiIrvoies thus
rtvena, shall he entered upon the journils of the
House to ehich they respectively belong.
SECTION -16 The members of the G endral
Aseembly. who shall meet under this Constitu.
lion. sha i ie entitled to receive out of the Pub.
lie Tresaccmy, for ctetr expenses during their
atten-lance onf. going to and returning from,
the Gteneral Assemly, live dollars for each
clays attenasce, and twenty cents for eve-y
inile of the ordinary route us travel between
tle re slenececc' of the. Mcember and the capital or
other pl.ece (af sitting of the General Assembly,
Ilth going and returgingr i and the same may
Ie increajeed or diminished by law. if crcum.
stancea shall require ; but no alteration shall
lice matte to takeo eftt duging the existence of
the Genceral Assnbly whichl shall make such
SetItoK 27 Neither House, during the sea
tien of tihe General- Asenbly, shall, wit hout
the consent uf the other. adjourt. for more
thatn three days, nor lt pny other place than
that in which the Assembly shall be at the time
SECTIoN 2A. Not person shall bie clgible to a
seat in ise Gentie'ral Assembly whilst he holcs
may office of profit or trust uncler this State,
the United Stst.'s of Atneeca, or any of them,
or under any other power, except officers in,
the itllitit, army or navy of thie state, Maria
trates or Justiceof Interior Cierts, while suech
Jstaices receive no a.tlarice ; tor shall' aiy
ceintractor or thdi arny or tnavy of (lila Slte.
tlhe Uited SIRaIea or A pieripal, or any of thene
or tice age ta of euch contractor, be ellfible to
a seat in either 'flouse Anted if any Meenher
Il all accept orexercise anyof thesaid disquall.
fyinr offices, he shall'vacate- his seat .
Secmia 29. If any Riection Distrct shall
neglect iso chlAe a onemirtAc or members otn the
dlay of elmnction, or if any person chosen a
ritomcber If eithec Hokiso Ishal t-oifuse to quail
ty and take his set, or shall resign. dlie, d..
part the State, accept any dilualfyin (fice,
or become otherwise disqualied to mld his
seat, a writ ofi election ,shall be issued by the
President of the Senate or 'Speaker of the
House of RepreeencatIves. as the case may be,
for the purpose of filling the vacatcy thereby
occifsioned., for tihe remainder of the teren for
whicl'ethei persoin sor lusing to qualify, re.
!signintg, dying, departinfg the State. or becom.
ing' disqualified, was elected to serve, or the
defaulting Electi~. Discric~t ought to leave
chocsen~a member Aemjers..
Seottot 30. %pU (ott o h ministes of
the Gospel are..irt ioain,' ~atd
to the service d ~'and .duStre of'uls,
and oug ,t not be J~erted feb the greegt dta.
I lies of their lunctions, therq re, m'ftinist~
of the GOespel or ptublic pre.her of any rdi
ligious persuasions, whilst he5 tontinuca -id the
texercIse of hIs pastoral funetions., shell be
e lIgible toe the office of Governer, Lieutenant
Geovernor, oir to a seat in' the Senate or .thc
t liouse of Representtatlyes .
SBcrtoe I. The Etecuti'e otbdrity of this
SState shall bevestedl In di thiefllW trate, ho
r hh esyed h.Gvre IM Stat. of
SSectio 2. .The Governwr shfall i ee iod by
the electeoas duly luteliftp ie vote fj.mhobets
of lce Hiqse ocf t Jrol ;ativ'es'a~ si hold
hIs tfc~ fur fop yp re, anti, tintI'hee
,sor' shal i be hosal ag'qu a~fm~#Ia
- me p'rs~e -l not b6 go ertI '.Ab
- conserite teiie. .
eacrc '3 eit hall 4e blIiipe ta
re tnflcee ei leoverit bwI~ e Ieath fMa~pt1
age oh thirfy y er~ h ath bees
5 cetd ,resident oC*-~ $tate for tN
next precedl'ngieeay -nf alestiqb., dn
petson~ shl / he bfce of ojrd
any ethereof ecil raniftutt, ,~lI@'li~
far,(ecpin .) under tistalt d
Ipoe era at op psaetms
} 8 sonN iurna o a en o
Sof E ectiont- thelf- respeetilei
e tomb e* .UaoYkfuf, E$ W
tle Sfeaker ofteHnsof
at the n
*a Pres' dont of the sunate, shall have no Vote,
unless tleHeate boeeially divided * I
S:cTao* 7. The8cnrto eha.!c1ose a Presi
dent pro teaspor. to act fin the absence of the
Lieutenant.Uovernor, or when he shall exer.
Oiao the offlou of Governor.
SacTtON 8. A memher of the Senate, or of
the House of Representatives, being chosen and
acting as Governor or Lieutenant-Governor
shall, thereupon ivacato his seat, and another
poison shall be elected In his stead.
SNOrtoN 9. In case of the impeachment of
-tho Goverdor or his removal from olice. death,
resIgnation, disqualification, disability or re
Inoval from the State. the Lieutenant-Governor
shall suocefed to his- ofice,,and in case of the
impeacht~eent of the Lieutenart Governor or
bis removal from office, deith, resignation, dis-'
qualification. disability or removal from the
State, the President Pretempore of the Senate
shall Oiceed fit his office ; and when the oftive
of the G'overner. Lieutenant Governor and
.Prisident pro tempere of the Senate shall be
c9me vacant in the recess of thie Senate t the
Soeretary of State, for the time being, shall,
by proclasnation.; convene the -Senate, thal a
Pr'ldent pImpore may be chosen to exer
Cose the oce of Governor for the unexpired
Sac-note 10. The Governor shall be Com.
man'er-in.. Chief of the Army and Navy 3t
this State and offthe nailitia, except when they
shall be called into the actual service ofthe
. SOTION It. Ie shall have power to grant
reprievps and pardons after conviction, (except
in.caac4 of impeachmuent,) in such tanner, on
such terms and under such restrictions as he
shall tI nkc proper, and he shall have power to
remit lpa tnd fOrfeittwoes, unless otherwise
directe by law. It shall be his duty to.report
to the (oneral Asembly at tio next regular
session hereafter all pardons granted by him.
with a II statementt ofeach case and thq rea
bnn ing him thereunto
8T1 111 12. He shall take cate that the
laws he althftoiiy executed in mercy.
Stott N 13 TheGovelhor and Lutoent.
Gover i shall, at stated times. recot for their
servic compensation which shall be neither
ipreas I nor dtm'nished during the period
for wh h they ' shaU have been elect
S2cta n 14. All ofeers in, the Rxecutive
Department. when required b7 the Governor,
shall give Wn intalrmatton in writing upon any
subjeet relating tq thr duties of their respect.
SacTioN 15. The Govern.arshall, trom titne
to time, give to the General Assembly infor
wation of the condition of the State, and re.
commettd to their consideration such measureA
as he shall judge necessery or expedient.
SnoTieN 16. He may, oi extraordinary oc
casions, convene the General Asseibly, and
should either Hoiuse remain without a quorutn
for three days. or in case of disagreement be.
tween the two Houses, with respect to the iltne
of adjournment . may adjourn them to such
tine.as he shall think propor, not beyond the
fourth Monday of November then next ensu.
,bTtoit 17. He shall commission all offi
fee a of the State.
SCaeON IS It shall be the dpty of the
ManagerAot Elections of this State. at the first
general elections. under this Cons titittion, and
at esch alternate general election the'reafter,
to hold an election for Governor and Lteuten
Saortuzo 19. The Governor and the Licoten
snt-Governor before entering upon the duties
of their respective offices. shai 11. inI the presence
(if the General Assembly, take the oath
oftoffie p-ecribed it this Constitution.
SZCTIIN 20 The Governtir shall reside.
during the sitting of the General Assembly, at
the place wbjre its session may be he-i' ; and
the General AseemnOly may by law. -require
him to rest.a at 'the O'apitol 'of the State.
4SBcTIoN 21 Every.Bill which shall have
p assed the General Assembly, shall, betfore it
como a law, b presented to the Governor,
if he approve, he shpil sign it 1 but it not, he
shall return it, with his objections. to that
Hiouse itn whIch it shall have originae'd, who
sha Il enter the objections at large on.their jour
nal; and proceed to reconsider it. It after mudh
reconsideration. a majority of the whole repre.
sentstiin' of that House shall agree to, oas the
Bill. it shill be vent, together with the objee
tions, to th tipler Hote. by which it steall
flkewjse he reconsidered, and if approved by at
majority of' the whole representation of that
other .House, itshell become a law. But in all
such eases the voted of both louses shall be
3eterneitwd by yeas and nays. and the names
of'the paksoos vonitg for and again.,t the Bill
shal be ntered dn the ijournal of ea Lose
respectiv ely Iany Bill
bythepov pi. ihl
Dim, 5 ner
a ilf'' Algn il ,*Ati, y ai.
ways ed the Governor asnider
Bills t.eaaG eral Assembly, neither
-UHouse a teiln the lat. day elf its
session . ~dp.su BIlla as haye been
returned G?~~overnor .as bercin provi
* " 41A~ 'ICLE III.
Sc or Th'djidias power shali'be vest.
~d in tib~orejd Inferior, Courts el
Litwa at..th GnrlAssembly
shall, o i dreet' gnd est ablish.
169 * u drib- ('40ite iheal be
electet emhtaby, shill hol
tnelr9e Mrjg~K sdt beba vior, a di-*slts
at state. yt51p a'.peiston
theirs vetl0'b h'all ptethe'b 'Inersels
ed nor di their contiune
in office j ulte bi receive no. fees or
perquisitd5~o( 54 lp old 'any Ather olflct
qprofltor't titt iis State, the Ulnitedl
~Stateso les 4i~ r,siay of them, or any
oer awqTe GM ei.bel bsm y shall, ai
i#L~l&~p'W~t$ tt theJeg wharoI
talI~'tIA I rt~iit will in offce,
WAibbU 'M . t e i Aseethibif tot
fo~rfa~t 4 v~lbe whbti
Oon deal *jba i4tn0 tii'aeq
wheoet or botNof. e ~te ar$ persona
ofer, ofel. or~h O)las esses~t wherein the
*rcuised o oor,said the Oeneral
AssembW foatedd theb.juds.
4tlors Wrt to .other .qube
iz M(Col~u ao ~e eat s
r semibly? ihrflourpos
I ofh ag Itie all' niet 'ns fo'
tie JI 1 uent, atnd suet
ipoin~ sbvilted to them;
landS. iyby Aot-pppoin'
inNlu as ks thoiu
rino of the navy ti'th 1Uitedo tated Solhal. th
for the two'years n'ext prideding the day of 61
election, have been a citizen of this State , or, th
for the sane perad. an emigrant fromn Europo,
who has declaraId his intention to become A
citizen of the United States, adcordin to the
Constitution atd Laws of the Unite States. -
He shall have resided in this State for at least.
two years next preceding th4 day of election.
and, for the last six months ofthat time. in tbo
District in which he offers to vote, protsdetd h
however, That the General Assembly may. by "
requiring a rcgistry of voters, or other suita.
b(Ia legislation, guasd against fraud. in ece
lions. and usurpations of the rIght of suffrage. h
may impose disqualiicatioi to vote as a pun- t
Ishment for crine,aed masy prescribeoad- of
dItioal'qualifications for voters in municipal
A R"'ICLE V. 'Ih
All pe'rsons, wbo shall be elected'or appointed rg
to any office of protit' or trust, before entering a
on the execution thereof. shall take (besides it
spec.at oaths, tot repugnant -to this Conati- G
ution, prescribed by the Generi Aasenbly.) i,
thbe fhilowing oath :- at
"I de swear (or affirm) t'at I am duly qual.- a
fed, according to the Constitution of this i
State, to exercise thn office tc which I have n4
been apointed, and that I will, to tle beat of 11
my ab ilty, discharge the duties thereof, and it
preserve, protect and defend tle Constitution t
of this State. and that of the United Siates. So H
help mtte God." -1
SECTION I. The House of Repreentatives y
shall have the sole power of irnpeaching, but
no impeachinent sh:0l be made, unless withe
tile concurrepee of two-.thirds of the Houso of'
SEcTIoN 9. All impeachments shall be tried'
by theSenate. Whnn sitting tor that purpose
the "unators shat I be otn oatI or ofirmationi
and tm, peron shall be convicted without
the concurrence of two-thirds of the members
SECTION 3. The Governor. Lieutenant-Gov
ernor, and all civil officers, shall be liable to
Impeachnent for high crities aid tiedenea
nors, for anyfoisbehavior in oti-ce, for corrup
tkin in procuring oMte. or for anyact which
shall degrade their official character. But
judganet. in ,lnch cascasall not extend furtili
er than to removal from office, and disquallti
cation to hold anay office of hotor, trust
or peofit under this State. The party convict
ed shall, nevertheless, be lbible to indictment,
trial, judgment atl punishment according to 4
SECTIon 4. Allcivil officers. whose authorli
ty is itnited to a single Judicial District, a
single Election District, or part of either, shall
bedappointed. hold their offtce, be removed
from ofice and, in addition to liability to im
'encinettnt, nay he paatshed for ofleal mts.. I
conduct. tu such tratanner as the General As
eemb1.previous tt thei4r appointment, may]
EscTIoN 5. Ifany civil 'officer shall I be
cotie disibled front discharging the duties of
lais office, by reason of any pernaneant bodily
or mental infirmity, his offlee may be declared
to be vacsnt, hr joint resolution. agreed to b
two-thirds of the whole representat ion in each
Iouse of the General Aasembly : Provided.
That suco resolaona shall contain'the grounds
for thie proposed semoval. and before it shall
pais either llope. a copy of it shall be
served ona the oficer, and a hearing be allowed
Rcraon I, The Treasurar and the Secretary
of Stat,- shall he elected by the General Assert
bly.in the i'oujo tat Represenatlivs, shall hold
their ofcea for ruur years sad qlsll not be
eligilal for the next succee ijg tertn.
baCTION 2. All other officers shall be appoint
ed, as they hitheirto hive beett. until otherwise
directed by la w'; bot the same person shall-nt%
hold the office of sheriff for two cottsoutive
SBCTION 3. All conamissions shall be in the
name and by the a uthorltVor thi istate .orfouth
Carolina. be-.ealed with ths real of 4hoState,
and bc: signed by the Governor.
All lawnor force in this State, at the adop
tion of this Conistlitution,-ifid not rebugnant
hefrcto. alml so contnue, until altered orre
pealed by te en. ral Aasembly. except where
they are tetporary, In which case they shall
expir- at the tianes respectively limited for
theirduration, if tiot continued'bj 'Ace of the
- ARTICLE 13,
gScTioi I All power I originally Invested
the pedp le, stfd all fr4% Governments are
fbundedon their authetity. and nasinstItuted
for their peace baeyad hap iness.
EscraoN 2. No person shall htaten, or im
print. ed, or dissed of hbsleehold, liber
tie's or jtJigs, air outlawed or exiled, or in
say__Wus slprJved of tsis life, liberty air
p J~due process of la w: nor aslt
o l def, ex poe facto Jaw, or the
law .impairmng the. obl I gatn of contracts,
ever be passed by thte General Assembly,
8SoitoN 3. The talitary shall be suborditnate
,to the civil power...
~- aott4 Theprivilegeaiftheevritof habes
cor'pius all net be susaeiaded, unaios whets, Ins
raaq-of rebisonot ol invasion, the 'public' safety
a-rau 5. Exeaassive bali shfall not bse -
-quired, ntor exegetsve Snes irnp.osecl,anor drceI
.panhnent in litted,
Ssprton 6. The Generas IAsseably sInh not
grant any title oif tnobility. or herettija dta.
tinictiota, ntor et'este San d ; the aaetat.
ment to which shall, he tp.*y baoe ,ime
thata iduring good-beaVl r.
8SCrsuN7. The trial bjury, as i
sedanlthi State,and.hi -lberty.of the ptes,
shl eforever -inviotaby preservatha 84 the
Genteral Assembly shl t power to ster
mjne the number of ppmrq wiso shallf co.
at ftute the jury in -t(e- Ii feidt or ilstrict
Courts , ,
SCION8. Thie f g 'esee inI
of f eligmneu tpofedoandi Matt1sblpa wI~hA
diserlitiptr eaa r pee fl psh~Ibsi '
witlaip ,tla Stiat, to all ta~knd i1,i4
ThAt the I16er S piedbcIo.;be t
shall naot be 6qltried asito-ticu se b4 ,.
with thme pea e fit' hii
tIes and eatsts .w 4i psoi,
I ieties at ,fopl~ hd p lr mai
a If tihe Coitl adt i hn het ice b
attered or-atneadedufld ..
Ssottow1IQ Tlqihs'I R~ponige
shall ntbee.Ltb #~td~ d tlete l( gas
fall'tohe seine leislao provisiona forl96
hia '8 eotiog-osi
t 41.'Aiubseio tosl~a
x, all giuhcle 8isses it'pOrbMs i'omn. disa..
lity or otlerwis, opht, in'tbe judgment or.
o eneralAssemb ,0t9le eaempted.
8EOTION 1. '.The buelNess ,qf the Treasury
all be conducted by one Treasuir, who @hallA
Id his office and reside at the seat of Govern
SaOTIrO 2. The Beeretary ofState abill hold
a oailceand reside at the seat of Govern-,
I .,. ARTICLE kil,
8So-rTIo 1. 'No Convention of the Pwople shillf
called.unless bwtneconcrrence, oftwo.
irds of the whole 4presentaitoh'in eactf Honse
the General Assembly.
SacoN-2. No part orthis Constitution hall
altered. unless a bill to alter the sanne shall
ive been-read, on thrAe several deys, ih 010
nuse of Representatives. and on thrpe sove
i days in - the Senate, and agre4J to. at the
conc and third readings, by to.-1hirds e
v whole representation in each Hesse o? the
eneral Assembly ; neither shall any khtra..
)n take effoct, untilthe bili, so agree4 tq
all be published for three months pAtvles to
new election Aor members of - the e e r
opresentatives ;- and, if Mhe alle"tps
bIy tbe preceding General. Asseseb, sh
agreed o. bv the nir Generi A~smbly.
ineir fist w.eion, by. the coaeaorence: og
vi-thirds or the whole representAtionin eacho
ouse, after the sano shallihavo boeA read om
tree several days in eabhithen add n6Vth
-wine, the sameshall boethea r*it ot.h*e
'one in Convention, at Clbmbia, In the*Stte,
ol South Carolina, the twenty-eventh dAy
of September. in the year ofour. Lorti ca,
thousand eight hundred and sias 'ive.
D. L. WARP W,
Prenident of she ' iehtion.
Attcat: Jor~m T. SLOAr.,CI~k
otiton. erk fth oen
Government of the United Bttea
President-Andreir Johnson, of Tiniaieaa
Seoretat-y of State-W. i. Seward, et
Secretary of War-Edwin M. Staton, of
P9stirater General-William Dnnies
Sooretary of the Navy-Gldeon Welleg. of
Secretary of ,ho nlerior.-Jtnvs Marlan,
Secretar of the .reasury-Iugh MeCal
augh, of lfinois.
At .orney General-James Speed, $f Ken.
President of the Senate--.afayet. -
. Speaker of the Houso--Schuyler Colbib
-Salm1ornC. Chase, Ohio, Chliefjutlee.
'L. Jame M. Wayne. Georgia.
2. Samuel Nelson, New York.
3. ltohert C. Grier, Pennesylyaila.
4. Nathan Clifford. Main0.
6. Noah H. swayne, Ohio.
6. DAniel Davis. Illinois.
7. Snamej Miller, 1o'a.'
8. SamuelyF Fiedd, Cal~Ifornik.4
LIMaT 1 ANT GlXanA-Ih.
Wingfield Scott, Virgitsia.
Ulysses 8. Grant, of Ohio.
Adjutnnt General Lorenio Thornas, Pela
.dge Advocate General, . Jo1ep Nolt,
Quarlernaster' Gedleral, Monigomegy C.
Meigs, of 1Ponnsylvaoia.
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