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S. 157 (H. 102.—Mr. Kirk): A Bill to allow certain fees to the Sheriff of Williamsburg county in addition to the salary now provided by law.

Read the first time and referred to the Committee on Local Legislation.

S. 158 (H. 105.-Ways and Means Committee): A Bill to amend Section 137 of Volume I of Code of Laws of 1912 by striking out the words "Section 135" and inserting in lieu thereof the words "Section 136" wherever the same occurs in said section.

Without reference and printing.

S. 159 (H. 106.—Mr. Bethea): A Joint Resolution extending the time for the payment and collection of commutation tax in Dillon county.

Read the first time and referred to the Committee on Finance.

S. 160 (H. 115.-Spartanburg Delegation): A Bill to amend Section 3867 of Volume I, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1912, relating to jurisdiction of Magistrates.

Read the first time and referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

S. 161 (H. 117.-Spartanburg Delegation): A Bill to amend Section 3873 of Volume I, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1912, relating to counties which may have county Courts.

Read the first time and referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

S. 162 (H. 126.-Mr. Odom): A Bill to amend Section 717, Volume II, Criminal Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1912, so as to make it unlawful to shoot, hunt, kill or trap any squirrel or partridge in Chesterfield county between the 15th day of January and the 1st day of December.

Read the first time and referred to the Committee on Fish, Game and Forestry.

S. 163 (H. 129.-Richland Delegation): A Bill to establish an additional township in Richland county.

Without reference and printing.

S. 164 (H. 28.-Mr. Mixson): A Bill to require all supplies for State and county offices and public institutions to be purchased in open market after due advertisement for bids for same.

Read the first time and referred to the Committee on Finance.

S. 165 (H. 13.—Mr. Melfi): A Bill to provide for the establishment of kindergartens as a part of the common school system of the State of South Carolina, to prescribe the qualifications of the instructors therein, and for other purposes.

Read the first time and referred to the Committee on Education. S. 166 (H. 8.—Mr. Welch): A Bill to provide for the licensing and supervision of companies lending money on real estate mortgages, or collateral secured by real estate mortgages.

Without reference and printing.

S. 167 (H. 11.—Mr. Barnwell): 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 pleading and practice in Courts having criminal jurisdiction." Read the first time and referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

SPECIAL ORDER-JOINT ASSEMBLY. At 12 m. the PRESIDENT announced that the hour fixed by the Concurrent Resolution for the election of various State officials had arrived.

The Senate proceeded in a body to the House of Representatives.

ELECTION OF VARIOUS OFFICIALS.

At 12 m. the Senate appeared in the Hall of the House of Representatives.

The Joint Assembly was called to order by the PRESIDENT of the Senate, who announced that the Joint Assembly had convened to elect various officials, in pursuance of a Concurrent Resolution adopted by both houses.

The Clerk of the Senate read the Concurrent Resolution.

The PRESIDENT of the Senate announced that nominations were in order for Superintendent of the State Penitentiary.

Mr. SHARPE nominated the Hon. D. J. Griffith, of Lexington. Mr. YOUNG nominated the Hon. J. G. Long, of Union.

The following seconded the nomination of the Hon. D. J Griffith: Messrs. SANDERS J. W. ASHLEY, APPELT, KITCHEN, KIBLER, GASQUE, BLACK, BANKS, STEVENSON, HUNTER, SULLIVAN and GINN.

The following seconded the nomination of the Hon. J. G. Long: Messrs. WALKER and C. C. WYCHE.

The PRESIDENT of the Senate appointed as tellers on the part of the Senate: Messrs. McCown and Nicholson.

The SPEAKER of the House appointed as tellers on the part of the House: Messrs. Dick, C. C. Wyche and Lee.

The Clerk of the Senate called the roll of the Senate, and the Senators voted viva voce as their names were called.

The following named Senatosr voted for the Hon. D. J. Griffith:

Messrs. Ackerman, Appelt, Banks, Beamguard, Black, Buck, Carlisle, Christensen, Clifton, Crouch, Dennis, Earle, Epps, Ginn, Hall, Hardin, Hough, Johnstone, Ketchin, Laney, Lawson, Lide, Manning, Mars, McCown, McLaurin, Mullins, Nicholson, Patterson, Richardson, Sharpe,, Stuckey, Sullivan, Verner, Walker, Weston, Williams-37.

The following named Senators voted for the Hon. J. G. Long: Messrs. Goodwin, Gross, Strait, Young-4.

The Clerk of the House of Representatives called the roll of the House, and the members voted viva voce as their names were called.

The following named members voted for the Hon. D. J. Griffith:

Speaker Smith; Messrs. Addy, J. W. Ashley, M. J. Ashley, Atkinson, Barnwell, Baskin, Belser, Bethea, Blackwell, Bowers, Boyd, Browning, Brice, Charles, Clowney, Courtney, Cross, Dantzler, Delaughter, Dick, Epps, Evans, Friday, Fripp, Gasque, Goodwin, Greer, Haile, Hall, Harper, Harvey, Haynsworth, Hiott, Holley, Hunter, Hutchinson, Hutson, Irby, W. A. James, W. E. James, Johnston, Jones, Kellehan, Kennedy, Kibler, King, Kirk, Lumpkin, Lybrand, McCravey, McDonald, McMillan, McQueen, Malpass, Martin, Massey, Means, Melfi, Miley, Miller, Mitchell, Mitchum, Mixson, Moore, Mower, Nelson, Nicholson, Odom, O'Quinn, Pegues, Pyatt, Ready, Rembert, Riddle, Riley, Rittenberg, Robertson, Robinson, L. M. Rogers, Sapp, Sanders, Walter M. Scott, W. W. Scott, Senseney, Sherwood, Shirley, Smiley, Stanley, Stevenson, Sturkie, Thompson, Tindal, Vander Horst, Warner, Warren, Welch, Whaley, Whitehead, Williams, C. T. Wyche, Youmans, Zeigler--103.

Th following named members voted for the Hon. J. G. Long:

Messrs. Creech, Daniel, Fortner, Gray, Hardin, Harrelson, Kirby, Lee, Moseley, Murray, W. S. Rogers, Jr., Strickland, Walker, White, Wilburn, C. C. Wyche—16.

RECAPITULATION.

Total number of Senators voting..
Total number of members voting...

41 119

Grand total
Necessary to a choice.....
Of which the Hon. D. J. Griffith received..
Of which the Hon. J. G. Long received.

160

81 140 20

Whereupon, the PRESIDENT announced that the Hon. D. J. Griffith, having received a majority of the votes cast, was duly elected Superintendent of the State Penitentiary for the full term as fixed by law.

The PRESIDENT of the Senate announced that nominations were in order for three Directors of the State Penitentiary.

Mr. BANKS nominated the Hon. H. C. Paulling, of Calhoun. Mr. YOUMANS nominated the Hon. J. G. Mobley, of Fairfield. Mr. WARREN nominated the Hon. J. M. Smith, of Colleton. Mr. KIRK nominated the Hon. B. B. Chandler, of Williamsburg. Mr. WESTON nominated the Hon. E. F. Bookter, of Richland. Mr. McLAURIN nominated the Hon. A. K. Sanders, of Sumter. Mr. WELCH nominated the Hon. J. S. Huffman, of Richland.

The following seconded the nomination of the Hon. H. C. Paulling: Mr. J. W. ASHLEY.

The following seconded the nomination of the Hon. J. G. Mobley: Messrs. ODOM and KETCHIN.

The following seconded the nomination of the Hon. J. M. Smith: Messrs. MILEY and MIXSON.

The following seconded the nomination of the Hon. B. B. Chandler: Messrs. L. G. WALKER and CHARLES.

The following seconded the nomination of the Hon. E. F. Bookter: Messrs. LUMPKIN and SHARPE.

The following seconded the nomination of the Hon. A. K. Sanders: Messrs. CLIFTON, BELSER and DICK.

The following seconded the nomination of the Hon. J. S. Huffman: Mr. LUMPKIN.

The PRESIDENT of the Senate appointed as tellers on the part of the Senate: Messrs. McCown and Nicholson.

The SPEAKER of the House appointed as tellers on the part of the House: Messrs. Dick, C. C. Wyche and Lee.

The Clerk of the Senate called the roll of the Senate, and the Senators voted viva voce as their names were called.

The following named Senators voted for the Hon. J. G. Mobley:

Messrs. Ackerman, Appelt, Banks, Beamguard, Black, Buck, Carlisle, Christensen, Clifton, Crouch, Dennis, Earle, Epps, Ginn, Goodwin, Hall, Hardin, Hough, Johnstone, Ketchin, Laney, Lawson, Manning, Mars, McCown, McLaurin, Mullins, Nicholson, Patterson, Richardson, Sharpe, Strait, Sullivan, Verner, Walker, Weston, Williams, Young--38.

The following named Senators voted for the Hon. B. B. Chandler: Messrs. Beamguard, Buck, Epps, Gross, Lawson, McCown, Richardson, Walker-8.

The following named Senators voted for the Hon. E. F. Bookter: Messrs. Clifton, Crouch, Ketchin, Sharpe, Weston, Young-6. The following named Senators voted for the Hon. H. C. Paulling:

Messrs. Banks, Black, Earle, Goodwin, Gross, Johnson, Lide, Manning, McLaurin, Sharpe, Strait, Stuckey, Williams, Young—14.

The following named Senators voted for the Hon. A. K. Sanders:

Messrs. Ackerman, Appelt, Banks, Buck, Carlisle, Christensen, Clifton, Dennis, Epps, Ginn, Hall, Hardin, Hough, Johnson, Johnstone, Ketchin, Laney, Lawson, Lide, Manning, Mars, McLaurin, Mullins, Nicholson, Patterson, Richardson, Stuckey, Sullivan, Verner, Walker, Williams-31.

The following named Senators voted for the Hon. J. M. Smith:

Messrs. Ackerman, Appelt, Beamguard, Black, Carlisle, Christensen, Crouch, Dennis, Earle, Ginn, Goodwin, Gross, Hall, Hardin, Hough, Johnson, Johnstone, Laney, Lide, Mars, McCown, Mullins, Patterson, Strait, Stuckey, Sullivan, Verner-27.

The following named Senators voted for the Hon. J. S. Huffman: Messrs. Nicholson, Weston-2.

The Clerk of the House of Representatives called the roll of the House, and the members voted viva voce as their names were called.

The following named members voted for the Hon. J. G. Mobley:

Messrs. Addy, J. W. Ashley, M. J. Ashley, Atkinson, Bethea, Blackwell, Boyd, Browning, Brice, Clowney, Courtney, Creech, Cross, Daniel, Delaughter, Epps, Evans, Gasque, Goodwin, Haile, Hall, Hardin, Harrelson, Harper, Harvey, Haynsworth, Holley, Hunter, Hutchinson, Irby, W. E. James, Johnston, Kelly, Kennedy, Kibler, King, Lumpkin, Lybrand, McCravey, McDonald, McMillan, McQueen, Malpass, Massey, Means, Melfi, Miley, Miller, Mitchell, Mitchum, Moore, Moseley, Mower, Nelson, Odom, O'Quinn, Pegues, Pyatt, Ready, Riddle, Riley, Robertson, Robinson, L. M. Rogers, W. S. Rogers, Jr., Sapp, Sanders, Schroder, Sherwood, Shirley, Smiley, Stevenson, Thompson, Tindal, Vander Horst, Walker, Warner, Warren, White, Wilburn, C. C. Wyche, Youmans—72.

The following named members voted for the Hon. B. B. Chandler:

Speaker Smith; Messrs. J. W. Ashley, Barnwell, Baskin, Belser, Bethea, Bowers, Charles, Courtney, Creech, Epps, Fortner, Fripp, Gasque, Gray, Haile, Harper, Haynsworth, Hiott, Hutson, Jones, Kellehan, Kirk, Lee, McQueen, Malpass, Martin,

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