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in, the United States, and every person or officer residing or employed thereon, whether in the service of the United States or not, shall be subject and liable to the Government of this State, and the jurisdiction, laws and authority thereof, in the same manner as if this cession had never been made ; and that the United States shall exercise no more authority or power, within the limits of the said land, than they might have done previously to the cession thereof, or than may be necessary for the building, erection, repairing or internal government of the said light-house, and the regulation and management of the said lighthouse, and the said beacon-lights, that may be built and erected on the said lands, and of the officers and persons by them to be employed in and about the same.

That the said lands shall be forever exempt from any taxes to be paid to this State.

13. The lands, forts, fortifications and sites for the erection of Island, forts on Sullivan's Island, James' Island and Shute's Folly Island, and shuto's Fol- in Charleston County, as delineated in a plan of survey, made by Charleston Co. Robert Q. Pinckney, on the 17th November, 1846, under direction 1848, X1, 514, 32. of Commissioners appointed under Resolution of 1845, which lands,

sites, forts and fortifications so ceded shall be exempt from any tax to be paid to this State : Provided, That all process, civil or criminal, issued under the authority of this State, or any officer thereof, shall, and may be, served and executed on any part of the lands and sites, forts and fortifications so ceded, and on any person or persons there being and implicated in matters of law: And provided, also, That nothing herein contained shall be construed to interfere with the rights and property of the citizens, or so as to affect any of the streets, thoroughfares or public landings on the said islands.

14. A lot on South Island, in Georgetown County, on the southIsland, Georgetown County.

ern edge of Winyaw Entrance, for a light-house, which lot shall, 1847, XI, 442 during the continuance of the said light-house, be exempt from any

taxes to be paid to this State: Provided, That the said lot, when purchased or vested in the United States, and every person and officer residing or employed thereon, whether in the service of the United States or not, shall be subject and liable to the Government of this State, and the jurisdiction, laws and authority thereof, in the same manner as if this cession had never been made; and that the United States shall exercise no more authority or power, within the limits of the said land, than they might have done previously to the cession thereof, or than may be necessary for the building, erection, repairing or internal government of the said light-house, and of the officers and persons by them to be employed in and about the same.

A lot on South

Five a cres in Charleston for a

A site on Morris Island.

1853, XII, 295. Site on Thomas' Island.

Ib.

Site on North and South Is

Ib.

Site in Charles

light,

Ib.

15. A lot, not to exceed five acres, in the city of Charleston, for the erection of a custom house; which lot, and the buildings erected Custom House.

1848, XI, 511. thereun, shall be exempt from any tax to be paid to this State: Prorided, That all process, civil or criminal, issued under the authority of this state, or any officer thereof, shall and may be served and executed on any part of said land, and on any person or persons there being and implicated in matters of law.

16. A site on Morris Island, for a beacon or light-house-Charleston County.

17. A site on Thomas Island, for a beacon or light-house, County.

18. Sites for three beacons, to be placed on or near North and South Island Points, in the vicinity of Georgetown—Georgetown lands County.

19. A site on Cape Island, on some point in the immediate vicinity Site on Cape of the present light-house, on Cape Romain, for a light-house- Ib. Charleston County.

20. A site on the East Battery, in the city of Charleston, for a ton for barborheacon or harbor light.

None of the sites ceded in sub-divisions 16 to 20, inclusive, to exceed ten acres in any one case; nor shall such sites be used for any other purpose than the purposes specified; and nothing shall exclude or prevent process, civil or criminal, issuing from the Courts of this State, from being served or executed within the limits of said cessions.

21. A site for a beacon to range with Charleston light-house. A Sites for beacons site for a day beacon for St. Helena Sound, Beaufort County.

22. Two sites for two beacons, to serve as a range for Callabogue sites for beacr ng Sound, Beaufort County.

23. A site for a light-house and beacon-light on the main land, at North Edisto, Charleston County.

24. A site for a light-house and beacon-light on the north point Site on Huntof Hunting Island, Beaufort County.

25. A site for a light-house and beacon-light, on or near Hilton Head, Beaufort County,

592, 83. None of the sites ceded in sub-divisions 21 to 25, inclusive, to exceed fifty acres in any one case; the said sites shall be forever exempt from any taxes to be paid to this State, and the same restrictions shall attach thereto as attach to the cession of a lot on South Island, by the proviso in sub-division 14 of this Section. The cession of said sites shall not be construed to authorize their use for any other purpose than the purposes specified, nor to exclude or prevent any process, civil or criminal, issuing from the Courts of this State, from being served or executed within the limits of the same.

1854, XII, 315.

Ib., 316.

Site at North Edisto.

Ib.

ing Islandi.

Ib.

Site near Hil. ton Head

Ih. ; 1856, XII,

Site at Mt. Pleabant.

Site at White Point.

Ib.

Site at Fort Point.

Ib.

Lot of land known as the "Charleston

on

Fifty feet on South Battery,

26. A site, restricted to fifty feet square, on South Battery, in the Charleston. city of Charleston, for a beacon or harbor light, which shall be 1854, XII, 315.

forever exempt from any taxes to be paid to this State ; and shall be subject to the same restrictions as attach to the cession of a lot on South Island, by the proviso in sub-division 14 of this section.

27. A site for a light-house, in or near Mount Pleasant, Charles1856, XII, 591. tun harbor, not exceeding one acre.

28. A site for a beacon-light at White Point, in the city of Charleston, to be designated by the City Council of Charleston.

29. A site for a light-house on Fort Point, near Georgetown, not exceeding twenty acres --Georgetown County.

30. A lot of land for a court house and offices connected there

with, for the use of the United States Courts, or for any other Club House," Meeting-st,

purposes to which the Government of the United States may think Charleston.

proper to apply it, viz: All that lot, piece or parcel of land, with 1870, XIV, 312, 81.

the buildings thereon, known as “The Charleston Club House,” situate, lying and being on the west side of Meeting street, in the city of Charleston, measuring and containing in front, on Meeting street, fifty-eight feet, more or less, by about two hundred and thirty-six feet in depth, more or less; bounding, north, on lands now or late of Wm. P. Greenland; to the east, on Meeting street ; to the south, on lands of M. C. Mordecai ; and, to the west, on lands of the French Protestant Church: Provided, That all pro. cess, civil or criminal, issued under the authority of this State, or any other officer thereof, shall, and may be served and executed on any part of the said premises, and on any person or persons there being and implicated in any matter of law : And provided, always, That the said lot of land, and all the buildings and structures of every kind already thereon erected, or that may hereafter be erected thereon, shall be absolutely and forever exempt from all taxes of the County of Charleston, and the corporation

of the city of Charleston, and of the aforesaid State. Italfan arre in 31. A lot of land, for a post office and court house, and offices per Richardson connected therewith, for the use of the United States, or for any

other purpose to which the Government of the United States may 4 1.

think proper to apply it, viz: All that lot, piece or parcel of land in the city of Columbia, situate, lying and being on the corner of the streets known as Richardson street and Laurel street, measuring one hundred and four feet, more or less, on Richardson street, and two hundred and eight feet, more or less, ou Laurel street, and containing one-half an acre, more or less; bounded, on the north, by Laurel street; on the east, by Richardson street ; on the south, by lot formerly belonging to Charles Beck, and now held by Hugh Weir; and, on the west, by lot formerly held by

and Lau el sts. 1870, XIV, 326,

Land may be

not agree, land

Robert M. Lewis, and, by his last will and testament, devised to
Daniel B. Lewis, executor of said last will and testament of the
said Robert N. Lewis: Provided, That all process, civil or criminal,
issued under the authority of this State, or any officer thereof,
shall and may be served and executed on any part of the said
premises, and on any person or persons there being and impli-
cated in any matter of law: And provided, always, That the said
lot of land, and all the buildings and structures, of every kind,
already thereon erected, or that may hereafter be erected thereon,
shall be absolutely and furever exempt from all taxes of the County
of Richland, and the corporation of the city of Columbia, and of
the aforesaid State.
Sec. 4. That the United States, or such person or persons as may

ruri hased by the be by them authorized, shall have a right to purchase, in any part U. s. for arrenals

add magazines. of this State that may be thought most eligible, the fee simple of

1795, V, 260, ê 1. any quantity of land, not exceeding two thousand acres, for the porpose of erecting arsenals and magazines thereon.

Sec. 5. That if the person or persons whose land may be chosen If parties can for the above mentioned purpose should not be disposed to sell the to he valu-d.

Ib., § 2. same, or if the persons appointed to make the purchase should not be able to agree upon terms with such owner or owners of the said land, the same shall be valued, upon oath, by a majority of persons to be appointed by the Court of Common Pleas of the County where such land is situated for that purpose; and the land shall be vested in the United States, upon their paying the amount of such valuation to the owner or owners of such land.

Sec. 6. That the said land, when purchased, and every person Concurrent juand officer residing or employed thereon, whether in the service of ed by the State.

Ib., § 3. the United States or not, shall be subject and liable to the Government of this state, and the jurisdiction, laws and authority thereof; and that the United States shall exercise no more authority or power, within the limits of the said land, than they might have done before acquiring the same, or than may be necessary for the building, repairing or internal government of the arsenals and magazines thereon to be erected, and the regulation and management of the same, and of the officers and persons by them to be employed in or about the same: Provided, always, That the said land shall forever be exempt from any taxes to be paid to this State.

Sec. 7. That the jurisdiction of the State of South Carolina is hereby ceded to the United States of America over so much land as shall be necessary for the public purposes of the United States : Provided, That the jurisdiction hereby ceded shall not vest until the United States of America shall have acquired the title to the

risdiction retain.

Jurisdiction ceded to U.S.

tion.

Jurisdiction not lands, by grant or deed, from the owner or owners thereof, and the ter acqusition of evidences thereof shall have been recorded in the office where, by title, and to be concurr nt with law, the title to such land is recorded; and the United States of

America are to retain such jurisdiction so long as such lands shall 1871, XIV, 535, 21.

be used for the purposes in this Section mentioned, and no longer ; and such jurisdiction is granted upon the express condition that the State of South Carolina shall retain a concurrent jurisdiction with the United States in and over the said lands, so far as that civil process, in all cases not affecting the real or personal property of the United States, and such criminal or other process as shall issue, under the authority of the State of South Carolina, against any person or persons charged with crimes or misdemeanors committed within or without the limits of the said lands, may be executed therein, in the same way and manner as if no jurisdiction

had been hereby ceded. Lands exempt SEC. 8. That all the lands and tenements which may be granted,

as aforesaid, to the United States, shall be and continue, so long as Ib., 536, § 2.

the same shall be used for the purposes in the last Section mentioned, exonerated and discharged from all taxes, assessments and other charges which may be imposed under the authority of the State of South Carolina.

from State taxdtion.

CHAPTER II.

OF THE LEGISLATURE.

SEC.
1. Clerks of both Houses to furnish

pay certificates to members.
2. Pay certificates of members, by

wbom to be signed.
3. Pay certificates of subordinates;

proviso.

SEC.
4. Treasurer to pay members and sub-

ordinates out of any moneys

not otberwise app: opriared. 5. Per diem and mileage of members. 6. Per diem of Lieutenant Governor. 7. l'ay of Engrossing Clerks.

Clerks of both Houses to fur

SECTION 1. That the Clerks of the Senate and House of Reprenish pay cert fi- sentatives are authorized and directed to furnish to each member cates to meme of their respective bodies, a pay certificate for the amount of his 1869, XIV, 310, 2 2.

mileage and per diem, to include such dates as the General Assembly shall, by concurrent resolution, direct.

SEC. 2. That such certificates shall conform to the provisions of Pay certificates of members by Section 23, Article II, of the Constitution of the State, and shall

be certified by the President of the Senate, and attested by the Clerk Ib., 23.

of the Senate, for all members of that body, and by the Speaker of

sign

ed.

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