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SOUTH.1 CAROL IN A'
- Wa, THI E PoPL4 Or fltH S TAVEn Or BoUTSf oAao.
LINA, BY oUk DNLBoATCt IN CONVIINTIO?
NUT, Do oaDAIN AND ESTABLISH THIsl CONOTI,
TUTION Fbia, THU GOv22111MINT UF THK GAII
StoTroN 1. The Legislative authority of till
State shall be vested in a General Assembly
which shall conslstf a' Senate and a Houal
- ECTo.I'9. The House of Represehtative
alall be comphsed of Mlembers chosen by bal
Tot, ry second year, by the citizens of thi
State, qualified as in this Constitution is pro
SaCTios 3. Each Judicial . District in th
State shall constitute (ine Election District, ex
cept Charilestn District, which phall be divi
ded into two Election Districts.one consistini
of the late Parishes of St. Phijlip atid $t
Michael, to be designated tho- Election Die
trict of Charfeston-; tile other consisting of al
that part of the Judicial Distriot, which ,i
without the-Ihmits of said Parishes, to be knowl
as the Electibn District of Berkeley.
SETION4. The boundaries of the several Ju
dicial and Elctlion Olitriots shall remain a
they are noW estabIisbqd.
SZeToN 5. The. House or Representstlve
shall consist' of onet hundred and twenty fou
Members, tobd apportioned among the severa
Eioctiou DistrIcts of the State. according ti
the numb'er of white inhabitants contained i
each, sud. the snunt .9f all taxes raised by th
General Assenibly, whether direct or indirect
or of whatcve':specles paid in each, deducting
therefrom all tixes paid on account of proper
ty held in any other District, and adding
thereto all taxes elsewhere paid on account o
propert) held it such District. An entrmera
tion of the white inhuibitaxts, for this purpose
was mad I the year one thiusand eight hun,
dred and fifty- tine, and shall be made in tht
courqe of every tenth year thereafter, in suc
manner as shall be, by law, directed ; anc
Represenlatives shall be assigned to the differ
ent Districts i the above--mentioned proper
tion,by'Act of the General Assembly at th
session Ammediately succeeding every enume
ration I ProoAed, That until the apportion
ment, which shall be made upon the -next enu
- meration, shall take' effect, the representatio
of the spveral-leetion Distriets, as herein con
atituted, s'iall continue as asigned at the las
apportionment, each District which has beet
heretofore divided into smaller Districts
xnown as Parishes, havingr the aggregate num
ber of Representatives which the ParisheA
' heretofore embraced within its-limits have hao
hince that apportionment, the Representativ.
to which the Pariah of All Saints has beet
heretpfore entitled, belngduring this interval
assigned to Iorry Election District.
SzorTioN 6. If the enumeration herein direct
ed shall not be made in the dourse of the yea
apionted for the purpose, it shall be the duty
of thd Governor to have it effected as soot
thereafter as shall be practicable.
SacTPoNs- In assignitg Rcpresentatives I(
tie several Districts, the General Assenht
sHalt allow one Rcpreseatative lor every sixty
second part of the whole numober of white in
habitants in the State, and one Representativ
also for every sixty second part ulfthe whol
taxes raised by lh General Assembly. Ther
al)atll be further allowed one Ropresentativ
thrsuch fiactions of the sixly-second part e
tiy white inhabitants, and of the sixty-secon
part ofthe taxes, as when adjied tbgether form
SacTioN S. All taxes upon property, real o
personal, shall be laiti out. the actual value ti
the property taxed, as' the same shall o asicer
tainle bythe assessment ritade or the pur
pose of laying such tax. In the firist appor
tioinment whichshall he made under the Uon
htitution, 'he amount of taxes shall be estitna
ted from the average of the two years next pre
cedireg such apportionment ; but in ever 'sub
-sequent appertiornetat, from Ii, average o
the ten yeats then next preceding.
SacTioN 9. If, in the apportionment of Rep
resentatives ; any Election District shall hp
pear not-to be entitled, fromn its population ane
its taxes, to a Representative; aui Electior
District shall nevertheless send one- R--prcen
lative; and, it there be still a deficiencyof th
number of Representatives required by sec
tior fifth, such deficiency shall be supplied b:
assigning Representatives- to those Electior
Districts having the largest surplus fractions
Whether those reactions consist of a coiopica
tion of population and taxes, or of popufstio
or taxes separately, until the numi ber of on
hundred ai twenty-four Members be mad
up t Pro dd;. howaer, That not nore tha
twelve Ro'rsintatives shall, in any apportion
ment, be asiined to anyone Election Distriot
SxcnoN 10. No apportionment of Represen
tatives shall be eonattiued lo tpeke effeoty in sno
manner, until the general election which shal
succeed such apprtionmenot,
. ioiott IIt. Te Senate ashal-be composed r
one member Neom eaeh Election District, excel
the Election Distrdt 'of Charleston, to wthic
shall be allowed ltt' Senators.
bacriolt 12, Upbti the nmeeting of lbs fir.
General Assembly.. which shall he chosen on
er the .previsions of this Constitution, th
- Senators shall be-.devided," by lot, into tw
classes ; th4 seatqof the Senators of the en
,class to be vacated at. the expiration of fou
y ears; and tihenember of these olassessal
bsc preportioned that one-htalf of the whol
number of Senatpre mnay, as gea.riy as posal
ble cotntinue to he cbogen thereafter every see
- Sac-oti 13. No person shall be elligibte t4c
or take or retain, a.seatin thei Hiousoor Riepre
aentatives, unless lhe te a free wvhite man, wh
hath attained theage rf twerity-one year.
hath been a cittiser and a resident of this Stat
. three years next prideding the day of electior
-ana bath been for the last six nrfonths of ti
time, and shall continue, a residentof the Din
trict which lie is to represent..
Sactnow.10. No persca shall. lie eligible Ic
ortake or retain, a seat b the Senate, unile.
he is b tree-white man, who hath attaitied lb
age of thirty yeers, bath been a citizen an.
resident of thia State five year. nest precedln1
the day of dlection, and hath bet, for lbs ls.
six motathe of this time, and 'ael eon inue I
be, a resident of the District which he is to rep
Se~ser 18, Senators and Mabersof th
House'o~ Represetiis shall bp chosen a; I
r eneral blection on the third WVednesday ii
October in the present year, and on'the sanl
d eav in every second y'eetr thereafter,1Insoel
man ner, and for .apch .ierms of odfica, as Sri
hefein directed. They shall mi on lb
orhMonday int Noyember,. aally, a
eohi (,which shall remain t ie sett e
oT itnent, until othterwlsse termined b~
ttit no,~re of twc iarde pioth JaensJ
cagesy er et oc
b1- a ye
7 f 16Tefoleb. en
elections, ret urns and qustldattons offits own
lembers I and a majority of each House shal
constitute a quorum to do business ; but a
smaller number mpy adjourn from day to day
and may be authorin d to couipal the attend
ance of absent Menbers, in such manner, and
under such-penalties, as may be provided bj
SacTIoN 18. Fach House Shall choose it# own
officers, determine its rules or - prbceeding
punish its Members ibr disorde-ly behavior
and, with tle coniaurrenvc of two-thirds,'expo
a Member, but not a secondl time (or the satn
cause. . -a
SscyToz 10. Each Houte may punish, by im
prisonment, durilhq itseitmen. any person Co
a lember, who shall be guilty o2 disrespect
the House by any disorderly or contemptuoui
behavior in its ,presence; or who, during th
time of its sitting.* shall threaten harm to body
or estate of any Member for anything staid or
done !n either House. or who shilt assault-any
of them therefor, or who shall assault or arres
stay witness or o(her person orderted to attemd
* thi House, in hit goin thereto, or return.nin
i ierefrom. or who shall rescue any person ar
reted by order of the House.'
b 'cToNc 20. The Meoambers of both Houses
shall be prutected in their persons and'estates
during their attendance on. rain, to and re
t urning frotb, the General Assembly, an& tean
days previju& to the sitting, and teei days af
ter the adjourat thereof. Bit these privi
leges shalt not'heextendo so as to protect any
Member who shI be dbargcd with treason
felony. or breach of the peace.
Ssc'ros 2f. BillN for raising a revraue shall
originate in the House of Representatives, but
nay ba.alterel, amended or rejected by the
Sedate I and all other bill. may originate ar
either House, and may be amended, altered oa
rejected by the othll.
SrcTiox 22. Every Act or Resolutioni having
the force of law shall relate to but one subject,
aid that shall be expresed in the title.
Se'aoi-o 23. No bill sial have the force af
law until it shall have been read three times,
and on three obverat a!ays, in each House, has
had the seat or the State afihsead, to it, and ha
been aigned it the Senate House by the Preal.
dent of the Hea'te and the Speaker of the
Houste of Representatives.
SEcTioN 24. No noney shall be drawn out
of the Public Treasury but by the legislative
authority of the State.
SacTiore 26. In all elections by the General
'Assembly, or et'her House thereof the men -
hers sharl voe'-vivavoce," and their votes thus
given, shall be eattered upon the journals of the
House to which they respectively belong.
SCaTION 26 The members of the General
Asseinbly. who shall neet under this Constitu.
tion. shell be entitled to receive out of the Pub.
lic Treasury, for their expenses during their
attendance on. going to and returning from
the General Assembly, five dollars for eacth
days attendance. and twenty cents for ever
anile of the ordinary route of travel betwez
the resideniceof t Member and tihe capital oi
(other plice of sitting of the General'Asseimbly,
Iotth going and returning ; and the sane maj
be increased or lianinished by law. if circutr
stancea. shall require I but nao alteration shat
btrnacte to taketffect diling the existence o0
thea General Assemnbly which sihall make such
S crTON 27 Neither House, during the see
tion of the General Asseibly, shall, withou
the consent uf .le tither. adjour. for mor
ithan three days, stor ta any other place tha
that its which the Aisasembly shall be at the tima
SVOTioN 28. Nm person shall be eligible to a
f seat in the General Asasembly whilst he hola.
any oMee or profit or trust under this staa,
the United Stat-s of America, or any f them
or under any tither power. except officers ii
r the aitlitia, ariny or navy of this State, Maris
tr ates pr Justicesof Interior t'ourts. while sue
hJstices receive tno salaries , nur shall any
contractor of the army or tavy of this State
the United States of America, or any of them,
or the sgen ta of aiuch contractor, be 'eligible a<
a seat in either House. A nd if any Membef
st-all accept orexercise anyofthe said disquali
fyinir ofilee, he shalt vacate his seat.
SECToz 29. If any Election District shal
neglect to choose a nmember or members on tihe
day of election, or -if any person chosen a
Mhember.of either loute shall refuse to q'aplf,
sy.nnd take hi seet, or shall resign. di,. da
par t the State, accept any dirqttaltfyinig office
or become otherwise disqualafied to hold him
seat, a writ of election shal bn iued by the
President of 6he4 fenate or Speaker or the
House of ReprespnfatiXes as the cae may be
for the purpose of fillit/the vacancy theroby
occasioned, for the remainder oif the teren for
whieh tht : -son so refusing to qualify, re
signing, dying, departing the State, or becom.
iir disqualified, was elected to serve, or tie
defaulting Election District ought to have
chosen a mismber or members.
SaRata 30. And whereas. the aitn' Pra of
the Gospel are. by their profession. decclatec
to the service of God and the cure of sotals
and otg t not be diverted from the great dA
ties of their lunctions, therefore, no mninisit
of the Qospel or public preacher of any rt,
ligious persuasion, whlst he contintuca in ala
texercise of his pastoral functions. shatll ba
elIgible to the office of GOcvernbr, Lioutenman
Go'vernor, or to a seat in the Senate or tha
House of Representatives
I RTICLE .I
Satour 1. The Executive authrity eof thu
SState Shall be vested insa Chief Magistrate, wit
rshall he styled, The Governor of the Staste o
I' South Carolina
B Sortoe 2. The Governor shall be elected bi
the electo~s duly -lualified to vaote for osv~ibera
of the House of it. preseptatives. and shall holk
hi. ofice r'ur four years. atd until his succes
,sot shall be chosen and qualified I but tha
s- mb ptrs~n shall not be Olusernor for, twa
consecutive terpis. -
,REC'Tuoa 3. N o person shall be eligible to tha
office o. Governor, unless he hath at-nead th<
,age of thirty years, a~nd hath jen a citiser
I and residen~t of this State for' to ten yar
'next preceditag the dlay of elec bn. And na
person shall hold the office of Governor. anc
,any other ofieor comnmstn, civil or mnilita
ivr, (ecept int militia,) under this State or thu
United Stateu, r any of them~or any othe.
Ipower, at one ajid the sams time.
8 seyaox 4, rb eturns of eyery election o
GJovinor shall biSeated up hby the Mauagera
of Eec onet e crepctive Distrjets and
to te sat f Goyvnment, directed to - tha
Secretary of~ttate arbho shall deliver them t
th Spaer of thne.Hous9 of Representatives
atth neat ealeing sessiot of the- Gener I As
asembly, ,lorlog hefirst week of whie~ see
sinteSeken hall pn asid )ublish thelk
in tife pveebnoe ef both fouses or the Geperai
Asstqsbiy. The prsotn hiaving the baghes
atuiber of vote-sh~all be Governor, but I ftw<
- ot more shall be equa stpa 'highest in votes
the Genpral Assenl sil , ,during the sam.
sesondanthe Hoos~emf pyaaatatieas, ettoea
ones of qvernof ildus pecs. Vostestedf etso.
tions IWtrhittilli 4Ytined by'h
prescrIbed bl a..
a3b s'A LIotendtA Governor shafl bt
ebesms at the statehei.n5 lhran m ,e
nesesd fth are dttAnsan s
an Preildimt oP the Senate, 0 ilmve no
unles the 'temdtp be equally ided.
SUoTiote 7.- The Senate sl clmose a P
dont pro fempore to act ii th absence or
Lieutenant-Governir, or wi ho shall ex
ciso the office or Governoe.
SaoION d. A meomber of a Senate, or
the House of Representuives, in wemmsen A o
acting as Governor or Lie nanmtGbverno
shall. thereupon, vacate hiss t, and another
potson shall be elected In his ad.
SECTIoo 9. 11 caseiof the peachment of
the Governor or his removal f "flce, death,
rosignation, diaqualification, dability or re
noval from the State. the Lieu nt-Governor
shall aucceed to his office, a n case.0u ti,
Imnpeahineont of the Liedten Governor or
his removal from office, death, gnamion, i .
qualification, disability er re al from th(
hate, the President ea Ienpo the *4enate
shall succeed to his oc ; ami en the o1lhe
of tie Governor. LiOutetant ernor aid
President . pro tenpore of the 1e shal be
come vacant in the retam oft enatel the
Secretary of State, for t tim Ing, shall '
hy prcrlanattn, convene thme1mnate, that a
PreIsidentIru tempore may be cin t1o exer.
dlse time omce of Govermr for! unexpired
SXE IoN '10. he Govsrnor jiI be Corn. 8
Imander-in. Chief of time Army.i Navv s to
timis Slate and of the milit a, ex:then they 6
-shall be called into the actual tce ofthe p
United States. It
SEcTION 11. lie shall lave po grait I'
reprieves and pardons afte- convi (excepit
in cases of inmpeachmene) in sucl er, on)
such terms Ano' under sth rest as lie
shall think proper, and ho shall hh er to RI
remit lines and forfeiturel, unlessot Ise ;o
directed by law. It shall be his dV t r t
to the General Assembly at the pt o R
session thereafter all pardI's gra I b n
with a full statement ofeach case d 6
sons moving him thereuno , I
8scTIoN 12. in shall take ca$ tha a
laws tie faithfully execumtd in mery. ti
SEcTON 13 I'ThoGove'rnor andticuten p
Governor shall. at stated times, recp'o e for I
services a compensation Wich shal be neit
incrtased nor dhmnishet during' the per I
for which they shall have been . el '
ed. x' ,
SEcTION 14 All offi a in time Executi
Department. when requ ed by the Governor,
shall gie'n hin informatolin writing upon any
subject relating to sit dules of their respe. t
SEcTION 15. The Govinr shall, from time
to time, afive to time Gek'ral Assembly infor
iratioi of the condtitionf the Stite and re
commeid to their consimdk4tion such menasureA
as ti shall judge necessry or expedient.
Sue-rio 16. lie mayon extraordinary oc
caslons, convene the GUseral Assembiy- and
should either House remin without a quorun
for three days. or in cat of disagreeentit ho'
tween tl.e pwo Houses. Wth respect to time tiee
of adjournmncmt . may djourn them tosuch
timie as ie shall ink popsr, not beyond the
rourth Monday of Novoiber then next enots.
SLCToN 17. lie shall commission all otli
ce, s of tie state.
SECTION 18 It shai be time duty of the
Managerato Electims o thip State. at lih first
genieral e-l-tions underthis Constitutilon, amil
at each alternate genera election thmereafi r,
to hold anele::tion for GQvernor and Lieuten
SECTIox 19. 'The Guernor and the Lieuten
ant-Governor before enering upon ie duties
of their respective offiec..a ii thitie presence
of the General Asse:bly, ake the atah
cfuflril prseribed In th ConFsttuin.
8-crmTcmX 20 To ilvernor shall reside.
during time sittistr t'i th 'eneral Assembly, at
the place where its ses nm may he hel" ; aid
the General, Aseemnly rav by how. require
him to reshe at the ,Ipitol of tie State.
.sCoTIOs 21 Every it whitch shall hitv
passed'the General AsmIlV, siall, be fore li
oeome a law, b.' prese ted to tihe Governor ,
tf lie approve, hob shall a eit ; but i not, he
shall return it, with a objeclons. I), tlow
fiouse III whith-l it shall iAve orrlina'.ed, wA lie
lla 11 eiter the eebection at large e. their jour.
nal; and proceed to rect ruler if. It after wieh
reconsideration. a majo y of the whole repro
iedtatlon of that Hoie ial agree ti pais tht
Bill, it shal'ber Citt, tit tier with the objec
.tiois to the "ther liu , by which it anali
likOwIse be reconsidereq and if approved Iy it
maotrity of the whole ropresentatloneot thai
oher HOuse, it shall be< mite a law. llut in nI
such cate,. the votes of ,th Houses *hatll 14
determined by yeas a nays, and the nao
of the reon'voting I and agaln., ti
shall aenteved on -the ournal ofeach
respoctively I any Bi Ahalt not be rat
by the Governor withi two days (K
excepted) aner it %hall aye been presei
him, the same shall he law in like m
as if heiad signed it .nd. that time ma
ways be allowed time overnor te) cosm
Hills psesed by the Ge ral Assemb
House shall real anyui on the Ia it
sesslone cepClt witrn 11111. as e
returned by itheGove or as
-A R FEC E Ill.
Sacrros' 1. Thejudi lal potwershalthe vest
ed-in autch Superior di Inferior 'C ts ci
Law andS. Equmty ac e General Ad 'nmbl
,shall, from timem to tim , direct and estai~illil
Tme Judges of thme S perior r'orit shall b
elected by the Generah assembly, sbhl holl
maer emlces during g' behavior, and. shrl
at stated timns, repel a a comnpensation fen
their services. whmch a all neither he incea.
ad rnmf .dM~d in mg thmeir conmtinujiic
in offeei . a all receive tmo' ters t
perqu in. r held aimy coher offie
ci pr-ont d e is Stati, the Umilte
States of .' y ofthetm or an
4other power. ' hail, q
soon as possible. en et I
time State anm Infer it
s tyled "The Diatric
shall he residenmt in h lst
. shall be' elcecd by h (Ie
forOWyes rsfl a ani ibe rp,
Court shall have ju a tio4 of
*herelin one or bcid o thes psrtlp
of color, and ufall 4r inal es wherein th
ac'esed Is a person fo hot,. and -the Geinerm
Assembly is estpo ve to exutnd thte jurie
dietion of thes s d 'net te oilher aut
8xoytome t. ThmeJ ga shall meet and a
at Colommbia, at aun me es the Genieral At
semflbly nay hmAo e esribe, for the dotrpo.
of hearing sanqde iig all moters ft
new jristi4 tin ae of jtdment, psic
poiun flw t-sbitd he Vr
an afel i ma byAcg a pom
diae ep s~ 51 .t
aoek8 fte. ye etgil processs sa
be, al~o 'mth Carolina 4lf pram.
ecuIo~a .h~him Ved'pn in he'umbes an
~u~h~mty ftIeStaites of South Usac
litWdiftitdOeI*hinmet the petoe and di1
a came ,bQ4
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yaiA fiext, prrc'cdiit tile ' 4)
yev beol a ~Ilse" flr thit il , fior
be I! period, evnilzrar.t frotin Ei ipp
t 4erlit ed I l'R Ineniil i4) two.,. itI
to Unitl lktno it it.coriiir Old
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o ~f ~ve rraigg' in this Stqit' bir at n.4
NI1 xt prg -Cdlnr !fI, Illy 'It .I II
1.18 xltnin~mthe otglltat t lid
WhJF. ifichi lie ifera its vote, prot It
in.Uht tile Gencritl Aescitfly Ina I
~:7iregistry cf' vilteri, tr dlier st
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U p.1t I imis of lit, righit o[l sufT,.
of... dsqUniti(iatitn to votC ne rop
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t. e l* e I l ) . i t t , t ot i l l w -t j (.i~
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tirl ilateo' -4illowi og' n' oli *)l
. it$ 18 Stllse by ltt flimotiavlw
. tol1e1- i/ t ilte jd m n
att l ibt~t, in 1A.all C8a whkrii g
t c'l( itt i I'tfll)iC ("t llo t
M ~i~dd l w)('u rec ittl)(q; W, 1,10pa
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pos~~ .18 i
81 411 a lp l i e
111M, tll such chirel, ul of ~ it n a 1 Iron,
t~ity or iner -wisc, ought. inl ih jil i-i
the Generall Assemle to (0 - e x4en11pted.
SECTI11. 1. The: Iairose. Of th! Tre -
othiall I)., cortileiil by un11v Tr.:insurer. wfoim t
hold hisoilice atail rc.il,! at the seat o.GI'
SIcTIoN 2. The Secret ary orstat, sh- Wl
his ofice ani- -caide at lhe iuat of Gvr
SECTION I No ('itit ioi of i peopl. .a
he Called -unless by tlhe cnirworien-i1. of Iri
thirely of tihe whole repr esen::anoni in eich I I'm 4
of the Getral As, mibly
SM-Ttf'>. Nopart oftia, Coltigtution i),i
aliteed, nete s a bill to iier tih In sh. i
Lwei,*i reai. o l g, gt-, rI i i Il
asn of Riepreseitatives am o ,..
inyH itn tie. Senate, at niro at th
Mt' nd third readingsa, b tw irdts or
whole reprem'entation 'iIn cea 11 e th.
ieral Aisembly; neithershlall any aitrra
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