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No. 165. An Act to authorize and empower the County Board of Commis

sioners of Cherokee county to issue not exceeding forty-seven thousand five hundred dollars of interest-bearing coupon bonds of said county for the purpose of paying the past indebtedness incurred from building bridges, and ordinary county expenses for the county of Cherokee, and to provide the manner in which they shall be executed, issued, registered and sold, proceeds disposed of, and to provide for an annual levy to pay the coupons as they mature.

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No. 166. An Act to make appropriations for Jasper county.

No. 167. An Act to allow the Ehrhardt School District, of Bamberg county,

to vote on the question of issuing bonds for school purposes to an amount not exceeding 8 per cent. of the taxable property of said district.

No. 168. An Act to authorize the city of Greenville to issue negotiable

coupon bonds amounting to forty thousand ($40,000) dollars, if so much be needed, for the purpose of acquiring, improving

and equipping City Hospital. No. 169. An Act relating to the fiscal affairs of Newberry county. No. 170. An Act to authorize and empower the city of Columbia to execute

a mortgage of the property now used by the State Agricultural and Mechanical Society of South Carolina for the uses of the

said society. No. 171. An Act to require the Supervisor and County Board of Commis

sioners of Barnwell county to publish a list of certain claims

paid by them against said county. No. 172. An Act to require dispensary officials in Charleston county to give

surety bonds, and the costs for the same to be paid out of

dispensary funds. No. 173. An Act to authorize the County Commissioners of Newberry

county to condemn lands for a public highway provided for by an Act entitled "An Act to authorize and direct the County Commissioners of Newberry county to construct a steel or iron bridge across Saluda River; to appoint a special commission to act with said County Commissioners to defray expenses of building said bridge and to authorize the opening of a public

highway to said bridge," approved 25th February, A. D. 1910. No. 174. An Act to authorize the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund to

lend funds to Saluda. county. No. 175. An Act to authorize the county of Abbeville to borrow money to

pay past indebtedness and to provide for payment of same. No. 176. An Act authorizing the Treasurer of Dorchester county to pay to

Amos Owens, Sheriff, certain moneys turned into the treasury

of Dorchester county. No. 177. An Act to incorporate Greenwood Educational Association, of

Greenwood, S. C.

No. 178. An Act to regulate publishing of legal advertisements in Lan

caster county.

No. 179. An Act to authorize the county of Laurens to maintain one bed

for indigent patients in Laurens County Hospital.

No. 180. An Act to authorize and empower the Courthouse Commission of

York county, with the addition of other officers, to sell the present courthouse building and lot in York county, if deemed advisable, and to authorize and empower the said Courthouse Commmission to condemn land for a site for a new courthouse building, if it be deemed advisable, and to authorize and empower said commission to obtain by purchase or condemnation, if deemed advisable, the lands adjoining the present courthouse site, and to authorize and empower the County Commissioners of York county to rent a temporary courthouse for the use of the county officials and for the storing of the records, if the same be advisable.

No. 181. An Act to authorize the County Board of Commissioners of Lex

ington county to pay two hundred and fifty ($250) dollars, per annum, for rent of and maintaining an armory for company “M," Second Infantry, National Guard of South Carolina, at New Brookland, Lexington county, South Carolina.

No. 182. An Act to incorporate the South Carolina Baptist Hospital.

No. 183. An Act to provide for making new indices in the offices of the

Register of Mesne Conveyances and Clerk of Court and for filing and indexing the records of the old Court of Equity in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court for Greenville county.

No. 184. An Act to provide for the erection of a new courthouse in the

county of Greenville.

No. 185. An Act to ratify the amendment to Article X of the Constitution

of 1895, by adding thereto Section 14a, to empower the cities of Charleston and Beaufort to assess abutting property for

permanent improvements. No. 186. An Act to ratify the amendment to Article X of the Constitution,

by adding thereto Section 15, to empower the towns of Gaffney and Woodruff and the cities of Chester and Georgetown to

assess abutting property for permanent improvements. No. 187. An Act to authorize the Supervisor and County Board of Commis

sioners of Laurens county to expend from the ordinary county fund a sum not to exceed two hundred and fifty ($250) dollars.

to aid in hookworm investigation in said county. No. 188. An Act empowering the town of Carlisle to borrow money under

certain restrictions and limitations, and penalty for violation. No. 189. An Act to authorize the county of Saluda to borrow money for

ordinary county purposes and to pay past indebtedness of said county, and to create a sinking fund for payment of same.

No. 190. An Act to prescribe the mode of keeping the books and accounts

and certain duties and obligations of the County Supervisor of

Beaufort county. No. 191. An Act to amend Section 15 of an Act entitled "An Act to incor

porate the Black Creek Power Company, with certain rights, privileges, immunities and liabilities," approved the 25th February, 1910, by extending the time for beginning and finishing

work. No. 192. An Act to require all persons, firms and corporations in the county

of Beaufort, doing a mercantile business and located outside

of incorporated towns, to pay a license. No. 193. An Act to authorize an election to be held in Jasper county to

determine whether intoxicating liquors shall be sold in said

county. No. 194. An Act to require the Southern Railway to construct a bridge

across its line of railroad between Greer and Taylor's Station,

in Grenville county. No. 195. An Act to authorize and require the Supervisor of Dorchester

county to establish and open up a certain highway in the said

county. No. 196. An Act to repeal an Act entitled "An Act to create a fund to be

known as the Sheriff's Contingent Fund, for the purpose of enforcing the prohibition law and other laws in Williamsburg

county," approved the 16th day of February, 1911. No. 197. An Act to authorize the town of Lamar, in Darlington county, to

borrow seven thousand ($7,000) dollars to aid in the construc

tion of the South Carolina Western Railway. No. 198. An Act to repeal an Act entitled "An Act to create a new school

district within the township of Barnwell, in Barnwell county, to be known as 'The Barnwell Graded School District,' and to authorize the levy and collection of a local tax therein," and to put said school district under the control of the general

school law. No. 199. An Act to create a special highway district in Berkeley county,

to provide for the levy of a special tax therein for roads, and

provide for its administration. No. 200. An Act to enable Inman School District No. 26 to collect a con

tingent fee under certain conditions, and to authorize the trustees of Dacusville School District No. 17, in Pickens county, to collect a matriculation fee, and to authorize the trustees of McCormick Special School District No. 13, in Abbeville county, to collect a matriculation fee, and to authorize the trustees of Due West Special School District No. 38, in Abbeville county,

to collect a matriculation fee. No. 201. An Act to authorize the Paxville High School, of School District

No. 19, Clarendon county, to charge and collect a contingent fee of pupils attending said school.

No. 202. An Act to authorize the school trustees of the Aiken School to

erect a new school building and to provide for raising funds for the same.

No. 203. An Act to authorize and empower the trustees of School District

No. 8, in Dillon county, to borrow a sum of money not to exceed ten thousand ($10,000) dollars.

No. 204. An Act to authorize and empower boards of trustees of any school

district in Florence county to establish, accept and support public libraries, and to levy a special tax not in excess of one mill for purpose of supporting same.

No. 205. An Act to amend an Act to establish the Anderson School District,

to authorize the establishment of free graded schools therein, and to provide the means for the equipment and efficient man. agement of the same, approved January 5, A. D. 1895, so as to enlarge the said district and authorize the trustees to issue bonds and provide the means for the equipment and the efficient management of the new district as amended.

No. 206. An Act to declare valid and legal an election held in School Dis

trict No. 20, in Dillon county, authorizing the levy of a special tax for the support and maintenance of a public library in said school district.

No. 207. An Act to authorize the Treasurer of Edgefield county to borrow

$8,000.00 from the State Sinking Fund, or from other sources, and to pledge the school taxes for payment, to pay the teachers

of the county. No. 208. An Act to strike out Section 4 of "An Act to create the School

District of Yorkville, in York county, and enable it to organize a system of free schools, and to levy a tax in support of the same, and to purchase and hold property," approved December 22, 1888, and amended December 23, 1889, and February 17, 1911, and to substitute therefor a new section.

No. 209. An Act to enable Wellford School District, Spartanburg county.

to increase its tax levy.

No. 210. An Act to enable Saluda School District No. 1, of Saluda county,

to collect a contingent fee under certain conditions. No. 211. An Act to authorize and empower Batesburg Graded School, School

District No. 18, Lexington county, to charge a matriculation

or incidental fee. No. 212. An Act to authorize the Sinking Fund Commissioners to lend

Barnwell county the sum of twenty-two thousand dollars. No. 213. An Act to authorize and empower Branchville and Holly Hill

School Districts, in Orangeburg county, to charge a matricula

tion fee. No. 214. An Act relating to School District No. 52, of Newberry county. No. 215. An Act relating to Newberry School District.

No. 216. An Act to enable the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund to lend

funds to the County Board of Commissioners of Fairfield
county to pay the past indebtedness of said county, and to
authorize said County Board of Commissioners to pledge the
special tax levy herein provided for to secure the same.

No. 217. An Act to exempt certain citizens of King's Mountain and Bethel

Townships, in York county, from the tax levies of 1912.

No. 218. An Act to give the Town Council of Chesterfield and the City

Council of Greenville the power to impose graduated occupa-
tion taxes and to classify occupations of said people.

No. 219. An Act to provide for the division of the town of Belton into five

wards instead of four.

No. 220. An Act requiring the State Treasurer to pay to Amos Owens,

Sheriff of Dorchester county, the sum of sixty dollars for
services of certain suits in behalf of the Winding Up Commis-
sion of the Dispensary.

No. 221. An Act authorizing the Treasurer of Dorchester county to pay to

Amos Owens, Sheriff, certain moneys turned into the treasury
of Dorchester county.

No. 222. An Act to allow J. C. Huggin, of Gaffney, S. C., to take the exami-

nation to practice law without appearing before the Board of
Examiners, and to be licensed to practice law without appear-

ing in person before the Supreme Court.
No. 223. An Act to authorize the Board of County Commissioners of Sumter

county to sell and convey to the city of Sumter the opera house
lot of land in the city of Sumter and the alleyway appurtenant
thereto.

No. 224. A Joint Resolution to pay certain lost valid claims by duplicate

warrants.

No. 225. A Joint Resolution extending the time fo the payment and col-

lection of commutation tax in Marion county,
No. 226. A Joint Resolution to require the State Librarian to deliver copies

of the Code of 1912 to each of the Justices of the Supreme

Court.
No. 227. A Joint Resolution to conclude the winding up affairs of the Free

Bridge Commission of Columbia Township, Richland county,
appointed by the Governor under the authority vested in him

by Section 6, Act of 1908, page 1431.
No. 228. A Joint Resolution providing for a subscription by the State to

the "Dicta and Decisions of the Courts of Last Resort, of the
State of South Carolina, touching the Criminal Law, and the
Pleadings and Practice in Courts having Criminal Jurisdic-

tion."
No. 229. A Joint Resolution to authorize the Treasurer of Dorchester

county to pay to the Bank of St. George certain moneys.

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