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THE WOBK OF THE
IJST OF NEW LAWS OF SOUTH
The Great Bulk of This Legislature
Refers to Local Matters and Spe
Districts and So Forth.
The work of the general assembly
of 1906 is indicated in the acts that
have been ordered ratified. The acts
represent the affirmative legislation.
There is no such official record of the
'4gative side, -that is the - host of
It will be seen in looking over the
list of ratified acts that but few are
of general import, and that the great
bulk of legislation of today refers.
te local matters and special situa
TVhe following is the list of ratified
Acts, all of which have been submit
tid to Governor Heyward for his offi
et to require the authorities of
all institutions of learning supported
or.controlled in whole or in part by
tie state to report to the general as
sembly the names of all students en
rled at such institutions, and wheth
erKthey are pay, beneficiary or schol
arship students, and to require the
aditors of all the counties to keep a
record,-and file of all affidavits of in
ablity to pay tuition made before
them as now required by law.
To authorize the State Treasurer
to pay Dr. J. M. Carlton three hun-'
ied and fifty-five dollars and forty
cots for treating smallpox in Abbe
vlle county and Dr. J. N. Nesbit for
sixteen dollars for treating smallpox
in Cherokee county.
Act to amend Section 376 of Vol
une 1, of the Code of Laws of 1902
is so far as same relates to appoint
ment of township board of equaliza
Act to incorporate the Newberry,
Whitmire and Augusta Railroad com
Act to prevent county supervisors
and county commissioners from sell
ing to county during term of office.
Act for the further piotection of
partridges and quail.
"Act to require railroad companies
to furnish information of live'stock
shipments while in transit, and as*
to arrival' and delivery of the same..
Act to fix the salaries of the cir
cuit solicitors of the- state.
Act to purchase the premises
known as the Guard. House, in the
City of Charleston for the use and
purposes of the South Carolina Mili-'
To charter the Central Railway
company of South Carolina. .
~.punish the wilful and malicious
taking or removing, or taking or re
moving with intent to steal, or with
intent to injure, of the brasses, bear
ings, waste or packing from out of
any journal box or boxes of any loco
motive engine, tender, carriage, coach,
ear, caboose or truck used or operated
upon any railroad, whether the
same be operated by steam or elee
' Act to prevent merchants engaged
in buying and selling merchandise,:
while indebted, from selling their en-:
tire stock 01 merchandise, in bulk, or
selling the major , portion thereof.
otherwise than in the ordinary course
.Act to provide for the election
of a cotton weigher at Pickens Court
-House, and to prescribe his duties and
fix his compensation.
To amend Section 2,169, Volume 1,
Code of Laws, 1902. so as to extend*
the authority of the railroad commis
sioners to require dfepots at other
t.han juridictional points.
To require railroads and other corn
~mon carifiers, operating in t.his state:
to provide toilet closets at stations
for the use and convenience of pas
To amend Section 2,688, Article II.
Chapter LXXXIII, Code of Laws of:
South Carolina, 1902, Volume 1, by:
adding a section to be known as See-:
tion 2,6SSa, with reference to public
To authorize the appointment of
deputy sheriffs or officers of th'e peace
having jurisdiction within and beyond*
the limits of the United States Navy
Yard near the City of Charleston. .
To amend an Act entitled "An
Ae; to impose a capitation tax upon
all dogs," approved the 25th day of
February, A. D. 1904.
Act to provide for the times of
holding the circuit court in the '7th
judicial circuit and to arrange the '3
Act to fix the amount of the corn- t
-ensation to be paid to the county 3
officers of Spartanburg ,and Green-a
ville counties. C
Act to amend Sections 190.. 191. 192
.a 19 of the Criminal Code. so as to
make the same applicable to electric
Act to amend Section 2 of an Act
entitled "An act to fix the weight of
and regulate the trade in corn meal,"
approved February 23, 1903, by in-.
Joint resolution granting to the
United States of America the title of
this state to, and the jurisdiction of
the state over, certain lands on Sul
livan's Island, in Charleston county,
for military purposes.
Act to amend an Act entitled "An
Act incorporating Little Moutain
section of Lexington county iio
Newberry county. and to alter lhe
county line of Newberry county, so
as to include portions of Lexirgton
county," approved February 19, 3901.
so as to add the words "principal
and" in the second section thereof.
Act to set apart and establish
Christmas holidays for the state in
stitutions of higher learning in the:
state of South Carolina.
Act to authorize the supervisor of
Greenville county to pay to H. J.
Southern, county treasurer, the sum.
of $100, on account of salary for the
Act to provide funds for paying the
present indebtedness of Fairfield
county, so as to put said county on a
Act to require the Southern rail
way company and the Seaboard rail-;
way company to fill in and grade to a
level the space between the Union
depot, at Denmark, and the crossing
of said railways.
Act to amend Section 376, of Vol
me 1, Code of Laws, 1902.
Act,to amend an Act entitled '"An
Act to provide for a graded public
chool in the town of Bamberg, in
School District No. 14, in the county
of Barnwell, and to authorize the levy
and collection of a special school tax
therein," approved December 24,
Act to amend Section 177, of the
Code of Laws of 1902, in regard to
the number of hours which the boards
of registration shall keep their offices
open on days required by law.
Act to authorize the supervisor of
Greenville county to pay to W. P.
Hicks. county auditor, the sum of
100 on account of salary for the
Act to amend Section 12 of an' A ct
entitled ''An Act to regulate the
practice of medicine in South Caro
lina, to provide for a state board of
medical examiners, and to define their
duties aria powers,'' approved Feb
rary 27' 1904. by directing that Ii-,
ense fees paid by applicants be turn
ed into the general funds of the state.
Act to authorize and empower the
trustees of the Simpsonville graded
school district 5 D, in Greenville
county, to order an election and issue
coupon bonds of said school district
for school purposes.
Act to amend a joint resolution en
titled "A joint resolution to author
ize the state board of health of South
Carolina to neg'otiate'with the United
States government to operate the
state quarantine stations under cer
tain conditions,'' by striking out the
two provisos thereto.
Act to. remo.ve all question as to
the title of Crow Island. in the coun
t of 'Georgetown, so far as any
eIaim on behalf of the state is eon-'
Act to authorize the school trustees
>f school district No. 20, of Lexing
ton county, ,to establish and provide
for two white schools in said district.
Act to authorize Pickens county to
borrow funds for the sinking fund
emmissioners to apply on outstand
ing debts and interest.. 4
Act to authorize the trustees of
Cowpens' school district, being. school
lstrict No. 50, of Spartanburg Coun
ty, to issue bonds for the purpose of'
erecting school buildings and equip
pgsame. and purchasing a lot or
Act to repeal the charter of Moul-1
trieville. on Sullivan 's Island. and all
Acts amendatory thereto, and all -
Acts relating~ to the government
Act to amend an Act entitled "An I
Act to fix the salary of the Judge of
Probate for Kei-shaw, Chesterfield i
mnd Dorchester counties,'' approved
'ebruary 22, 1'905, so as to include j
Act to prevent all railroad compa
1ies from charging passengers extraI
ompensation from crossing a bridge
n any river, whether wholly or part
y in this state.
At to authorize and empower the (
ttorney General to make settlement
>f the matter of unpaid back taxes on
he property and estate of the late J.
Vlatt Cooley, of Anderson.
To authorize and empower the trus
ees of the Holly Hill School District
ro. 18. in Berk~eley county, to order
n election and to issue coupon bonds
f said school district for school pur-t
o a.t1a;iz Far Special School P
District No. 44. of Uarnwe 1ounty.
to issue live thousand dollars in bonds
for school purposes.
To provide for the celebration of
South Carolina Day in the public
To require the seeretary of state to
purchase flags for State House.
To amend Section 1.200 of the Code
of Laws of South Carolina. 1902, to
better provide for the examination
To establish a new school district
in Dorchester county to be known as
School District No. SR. and to provide
for levying a special tax therein.
To amend an Act entitled "An Act
to empower School District No. 40, of
Lancaster county, consisting of parts
of said county and Kershaw county.
to issue $12,000 coupon bonds for
To authorize and empower the
county commissioners of Colleton
county to approve the claim of A. G.
W. Hill, and the county treasurer of
Colleton county to pay the same.
To amend an Act entitled "An Act
to create a new school district within
the Township of Barnwell, in Barn
well county, to be known as the Barn
well graded school- district, and to
authorize the levy and collection of
local tax therein.'
To authorize the appointment of a
commission to examine and report the
financial affairs of the county of Lau
To authorize and direct W. 0. Guy,
eounty treasurer of Chester county,
to transfer four "bond account" to
"current fund." all special school
taxes lqvied and collected in School
District No. 1, Court House Town
;hip, for fiscal year 1904, except the
levy of one and one-fourth mills for
interest on bonds.
To provide for payment of $73.61
to Walker. Evans & Cogswell Co.. fo.
Ilaim against Saluda county.
To validate and 'confirm all Acts of
the town of Union in relation to the
issuance of certain liquidating bonds.
and to make provision for the pay
ient of interest on such bonds and
for retiring them at maturity.
To enable the supervisor and treas
arer of Colleton county to borrow
funds with which to defray current9
?peses of said counfty for the year'
1906. and to authorize the supervis
ar to pledge the levy for ordinary
Muty purposes5C for the ydar 1906, to
seenreC the same?. with initereost there-L
To repeal an Act entitled an Act to
authorize the town of Saluda. iig Sa-1
tuda county, upon the p)etition of a a
najority of its freeholders and a vote
>fa majority of its electo'rs qualified
:o vote at such election, to subscribe
o the capital stock of the Johnstoi.
aluda, Greenwood and Anderson
railroad company twelve thousand
ollars in bonds,'' approved the 20th
lay of February, A. D., 1901.
To authorize the town of Due West.
in Abbeville county, to subscribe
tock and issue bonds in aid of a rail
oad from said town to or near Don
ilds, or from Abbeville via Due West
: Anderson, and to levy taxes to pay
Lhe interest on said lbonds and the
To amend Section 2. of an Act en
:itled "'An Act to amend the law re
ating' to mnagistrates.'' so far as it
elates to D)orchester county.
To validate school tax election in
owndesville Special School District
go. 22, in Cherokee county.
To provide for the erection of a
'ew court house in Newberry county.
To establish a county court in the
2ounty of Richland and to define the
jurisdiction and powers of such a
~ourt, and to provide for the conduct
if the business thereof.
To fix the salaries of the official
;tenographers of the circuit courts of'
:his state. 1
To amend -Section 1 of the Act to
~urther regulate the hunting of deer
n this state, so as to affect Charles
To provide for the p~ ment of a
er diem to the road overseers of
oincorporate Paeolet Power corn
any and define its duties and powers.
To amend an Act entitled "A A ct
o provide the measure of damage tol
vhich any common carrier may be.
ield liable for the conversion to its A
>n use of any property held by it
n consignment or in course of trans
To require separate accommodation'
'or the races at railroad and steam- C
boat stations, restaurants and lunch
To amend an Act approved the 19thS
ay of February, A. D., 1900, entitled C
'An Act to amend an Act entitled C
An Act to establish a new school 3
istrict in Geor,getown county, and to
uthorize a new school district in A
eorgetown county, and to authorize Ba
le levy and collection of a local tax.
erein,' approved December 24, A. S
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