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~. Raledad . - ment,
LETTERS, MONEY P , AND punishi
SMA LLPAR Cofine
ro Columbia. 5. C.. , 8. C., 01O' 11)0
Antgustq, Ca., -Ga., ofth,.
I Mwoua, Ga., Ga.
lyohile, Ala., ry, Ala.,
8.Tms, Ala. . tes., iSenelh
New Orlea Ij *11 jri
A1N0 T, irAV 'T'a S
3harbtf~ Al S 0 .'Rair Carolina S0tVat
tatirtad, Getraria Railr andgWest- ~an Ap
Pailrnoad Atlaunta a (ii ujtal,
~efovibWeatrt.Iailr fl,'Rail- Contr
ipes .and the ee
thxpr ,w will be~
~v.fi t'tve of pon,
d~lwM n~d 4~ ,;
ACTS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMILY.
PRov'ItONS -XT:.NJ)N'G T0 ALL CLASSES
O ,FFVNcES AND ALL COURTS
nOMM i:t(VISIONS UNDER OTHER HEADs
EXTENDING TO A.L COMTs.
Sr.c. XXIII. -On the trial of any
wrson for felony, when the crim'e
barged shall infilde ain assault. against
he person,- it shall be )awful for the
ury to acqmit of fthe feilony, land to Bnd
gainst the person indicte'd a verdict of
uilty of as.MulI, if the evidence shal
narrant such finding ; and when sich
erdict shall be found. the Court shall
are power by sentenen to-impose upon
lie persoi so fouid guilty. Piniih'4ment
y ine, imeprisolnient, liard. labor,.cor.
oral punishn-nt, and solitary confine.
tent, one or more, as may. in the opin.
n of the Judge, be requi'red by the de.
ree of ihe offence. it like manner
tere may conviction of any less off.
ice contamited in a' greater which is
iarged. id uinishiment at the discre.
01i of the Court, necording to tie na.
ire of tie ofliece of which the accused
wteni founid gihvl.
S.:c. XNIV. When several persons
color itre convicted of one 'capital of.
ice, the Jury which. tries them may
Comumeid one or more to mercy, for
,sons which in their opinion mitigate
L guilt ; the District Judge ~slalf re.
rl the case with his opinion, and the
>v.ernor shall do in the matter as seeme
him meet. The same may be done
101i one only is convicted of a capital
ence ; before sentence of death shall
executed in any case, tinte for api.li1
ion to the Governor shall be allow.
XXV. Hard labor shall be work on
roads, streets, or publid works, un.
tite supervisiou of -a superintendent I
"onvicts, if there he sich ani officer,
o can be conveniently employed, or t
les tho supervision of tite Sheriff 'a I
istable, Jailor, or other person tlhat
y be appointed by the District Judge,
ky the Sheriff, or it shall be work otl
building, or other undertaking, or
.y busitnlesa ofa private iudividual,
o will pay reasonable wages, and can
safely eutrusted with the supervision
the Judge or the Sheriff, under the I
ctions of the District Judge, making
ce of the place and manner of em. a
rptent from tine to time. In any el
the work may. according ?to tho -t
atious of the Judge, be wihbout unu. rn
patm or restraimt, or-it may be done tI
ehaini gang, or with ball and.chain, cc
nder other pain or burden ; and it d%
be without, or may be attended br
confinement. A Magistrateshall .wi
cases btsfore him, have the. Power p(
h is here given to the District de
.XXV Corporal punishment mi
ended to imcludo only such - modes .
lishielit not affecting life or limb,
u umsed ni the trmy anid 'avv of' the
ed States, adapted in- kind and do.
to tie tiattire of the offence. Th
nee in qach case and directions 'of
udge or Magistrate, shitll defi0n it.
ipteg, witent it is provided for by Sp
Lw, shall be iificted as heretofore. tiv
c. XXVII. Whenver, tnder an
u-ntentce imposing a fine is passe A
fino and costs be not iinmediately AN
there shall be detentiqu of tLe con,
and,astbstitution of other punish.
If the 0'elice shuild not involve
amendfa , and be infamous, the
tutioni shall Ije, in - the case 'of ai
person, imprisonment for a time Sta
(tioned to the fine, at the rate of (esti
uy for 5-acht dollar, and ih the case be ~
erson of color, enforced labor with. 'so'or
'iecessary pain or restraint, for a Cept
reportionedl to the fine, at the rate toun,
day for each dollar,. Biut if the trict
should bpe intfam~us, there shall trict
stituted for a fine, for imprison. Elec
>r for both, bard labor, corporal Il
ment aolitar, .c niinement anid Comt
meat in treaqftiI4 ot stocks, 'one of th
a at thle diJscreinofth Jude todar
teror Courtk Dlistfirict Judge he oh
Magistrate, WhQ Po))Qnnees the en~S
. In this actUasd in respectco Dieti
eand mt s , temhr
entice asi geSr~Ant under 'dolla
xxv rt~~"~ h~d
X h d4 ~
[VOL. U..-NO. 125.
Convicts within his reach. nmil to ,.e;u.
i rers e tJge, ShNeriff or Map
is9tra tejn r'tLionl to t hese I'mt t 4- rs.
Toe Superintendentsan, at lii, plta -
hare access to appartmeits ill I
for neuessary con finement of
and May, by all nece i.
forcP lis aulihority ov<-r tii
d. his h i tpervishoi, rl i Ii,.i r ui
dience, arid oI'reiC I. iIi O ;.?
jemiited rescne offen.d 1, ru
other person. yhe lie s1
cessary.ho lia call upon tle posse C -mi.
tatus,with tle same efleetand tider like
penalties to those who disoley i as the
Sheriff mnight do. T - ,uasthe
shall receive a su'ntable c Sm tendnto
beefixed by ftle District indge, and Paid]
from the District Coriet F'nd. All
wages received from (he labor of con.
victs shall go ir to that fund, and fron
that shall be pr< ided food and ther oe.
cessaries for tie convicts.
AnEsT OF OI:Dn.
S.c. XXIX. . Upon view of a misae.
meanor cominittedl 'by a personi of color,
or by a wite person towanrd a person of
color, a agistrate nity arrest the of.
fender, and, according to the nature of
tlie case, piuish the ol'endi ' -imarily
or bind him in recognizance, 'with sulfl
cient sitreties, to appear at ile. next
morithly sitting of the District Court or
commniit him for tria'l before the District
Sic. XXX. Tpon view of a misde.
meanor comtnitted by a pemon of color.
any person. present niny 'rt uiie of
render and 'tske him berore t * fis.
rate, to be dealt. with as i ay
equire. In case ofa Misdeneanor Coin.
ritted by a white plerson toward A per
ion of color, any person mov Complaill
,o a Magistrate, Who shall cause tile of.
ender to be nrrested. and, according to
he nature of the case,- to be brouiht >e.
ore himself; or be taken for trial in tie
Sxce. XXXI. Uphn view, of a felony
ommitted, or upon certain information
1at, a felony has been con)mmitt(d any
,rson may arrest the felon and take
nm direety to the District Judge or a
fagistrate to be dealt witi according to
SEC. XXXII. In the night time
n person may. be arrested by nchi
ecient means as the darkness atid
ieprobability f* ;,is escape rptnder
!cessrrY, e(n f his life should, be
ereby taken, in Cases irhere lie has
immitted a felony, or has entered a
v'elling-hou1se wit evil intent, or 1a)
oken or is breaking into an out-house,
ith a view to phinder, or has in his
sse1ssion stolen property, or heing-mi,
r circnttnstancea which 'raise jns sus'
non of his design to steal or to com.
t som 6felbnlY. flees whenl lie is ]jailed.
1n the Senate House he twentieth
,lay of December, in the year of
our Lord, One thousand eight him
dred an(l sixty-five.
.V D. PORTg .
President, of the Senate.
. C. H. SIMONTON
enker of the Hotiso of Representa
ACT TO ESTABLISH DISTRICT COSRTS.
t enacted by the & nate.and 1fouse of
?presenlatites, noevw met and sitting in
4neral Assemhly,' andsby te aU.
torityf the an , as folloW .
'In each Judicial Disfri-t of tie
-e, except Charleston, ther shnil i
blishech a District Conrt; vhieb shalt
.rganishi bhy the Judge 'thaieof as
as possible. .inher his flectiotq ; ('X.
iu the Jitdicial District of, CIhres
t hers. shall be es5tabigh#d two 1); .
Courts, onle for the JElection Di
,of Charleston, Od one for the
tion Distrief of Berkeley.
.The Judge of each District
-t shall receiy, from .lie Treasider
e State, a salary df' fve hundred
ra a year, a bequarterly; - urd
all be enled fo a furthe- comn.
mton, to receive, annfually, from the.
Ict Oert Fund, as hereafte~r pre'
ad, an additional som as follow, .
Abb'evtil bistdect, Seve* 4nndred
rea; 8amawell DistrIct, eter hun
'adqbra; i Chester Distriot ie
red r~fa'; Daulington Dim~sti
ha dhrFairfield ie'A
D~'t k~ ti d~ j. arn