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Ib., & 4.
the House of Representatives, and by the Clerk of the same, for all members of that body.
Sec. 3. That the subordinate officers and employees of the Gen- Pay certificates eral Assembly shall, in like manner, be furnished with certificates of pay in such amounts as shall be fixed by that branch of the General Assembly to which such officers and employees shall respectively belong : Provided, however, That the pay certificates for services common to the two Houses shall be signed by the President of the Senate, and countersigned by the Speaker of the House of Representatives.
SEC. 4. That the Treasurer of this State is hereby authorized and tessurer to pay directed to pay said certificates out of any funds in the Treasury subordinates, &c. not otherwise disposed of, and to hold the certificates as his vouchers s.o. Rep., 18. therefor.
Sec. 5. Each member of the General Assembly shall receive six Per diem and dollars per diem while in session; and the further sum of twenty bers. cents for every mile of the ordinary route of travel in going to and
Art. 2. & 23 ; returning from the place where such session is held.
Sec. 6. The Lieutenant Governor, while presiding over the Senate, Lient. Goxrrnor. shall receive a per diem of ten dollars. Sec. 7. Engrossing Clerks shall receive the same per diem as
grossing Clerks. members of the General Assembly.
mileage of mem
1870, XIV, 404.
Per diem of
1868, XIV, 135,
Pay of E.
OF THE STATUTES.
Representatives to contract for
General Assembly 2. To provide for binding of laws,
State Librarian, who shall distri
to receive i opies.
such work ; proviso.
laws in newspa
SECTION 1. That the Clerk of the Senate and the Clerk of the Clerk of Senate House of Representatives are authorized to provide, by contract, for Representatives the publication, in such newspapers of the State as may by them be publication of deemed necessary, of the Acts and Joint Resolutions of the General Assembly; and they are further authorized to provide, by con
21. tract, for the permanent and current printing of the General Assembly: Provided, That said contract be approved by the Senate and House of Representatives.
State Treasurer to pay accounts for such work.
How Acts and resolutions shall
To povide for SEC. 2. That a sufficient number of the Journals, Reports and
General Assembly, and for the State Librarian to make the ex-
ticable. To deliver per- Sec. 3. That, on the completion of the permanent work, they manent work to State Libranao, shall deliver the same to the State Librarian, who shall forward, bute to persons by mail or otherwise, as he may deem expedient, a copy thereof to entitled view each of the members of the General Assembly, and a copy of the
copies. Ib., $3.
Acts and Joint Resolutions to the different States, institutions and officers entitled by law to receive the same.
SEC. 4. That the State Treasurer is authorized and directed to
pay all accounts for said work, out of any moneys in the Treasury Ib., t.
not otherwise appropriated: Provided, The Clerks of the respective Houses shall first certify that said accounts are just and correct in all respects, and that the work has been performed in pursuance of contract; and that the amount mentioned in said accounts is due, and remains unpaid.
Sec. 5. Copies of the Acts and Joint Resolutions shall be disbe distr buted. tributed as follows: Appendix, Vol.
1. To the Legislative Council of the Province of Quebec, Canada, 6, p. 648.
2. To each Clerk of Court in the State, one copy.
6. To the Library of the Legislature, one hundred and fifty copies.
7. To the University of South Carolina, two copies.
9. To the Governor of each State of the Union, for the use of the State, one copy.
10. To the Legislature of each State, one copy.
12. To the heads of departments at Washington, for the use of their departments, one copy.
13. To the Historical Society of New York, one copy.
15. To the Library of IIarvard University, Cambridge, one copy.
16. To the Yale College Library, one copy.
17. To the Libraries of the University of Virginia and Alabama, one copy each.
18. To the College at Athens, Ga., Princeton, and Chapel Hill, N. C., one copy.
19. To the Atheneum, Boston, one copy.
OF PUBLIC REPORTS AND DOCUMENTS.
SEO. 1. Persons having the distribution of 10. Commissioners of the Dear and
the public money must report Dumb and the Blind to report annually to Comptroller General.
annually. 2. Public officers having evidences of 11, Accounts of Treasurer to be ex.
indebtedness to the State must ammed in November and Decem. report to the Comptroller Gene. ber, annually, by Joint Commitrai.
teu of Senate and House. 3. Comptroller General to make re- 12. Duties of Committee, and report.
pori to General Assembly of all 13. Tru tees of State Orphan Asylum debts uue the state.
to make annual report. 4. Secretary of Stale to report to 14. Report of Commi-sioner of Bu
General Assembly all corpora. reau of Agricultural Statistics tions formed under general cor- 15. Commissiouer to report census to poration Act.
Governor and General Assembly. 5. Annual report of State Superin- 16. Land coinmissioner to make an
tenilent of Education; what it nual rep rt. shall contain.
17. Financial Agent of state, in New 6. Stare uperintendent to consoli. York, to make quarterly report
date reports of County Cominis. to comptroller General.
to make annual report. 7. Annual report of Directors of the
19. Trustees of state of Dr. John De Stat Penitentiary.
La Howe to report annually. 8. Annual report of Attor
20. County Coinmi sionere to report ral
in detail aunually; penalty. 9. Annual report of Regents of the 21. Health officers to keep records, Lunatic Asylum.
and reporu monthly.
To render an
SECTION 1. All persons having the distribution of public money shall annually, on the last day of October in each and every year, account anuual. render to the Comptroller General an account setting forth the funds
1854, VI, 512 committed to them, respectively, and the disbursement of them.'
SEC. 2. All public officers having in their possession the evidence of any debt due to the State shall, on the last day of October in of indebtedness every year, furnish the Comptroller General with a statement of all to the State must debts due to the State in their pessession, showing the names of the troller General
1918, VI, lus, debtors, the amounts of the debts, the interest, the payments made, a 11. and the balance due to the State. And in case of failure on the
Public officers report to Gen.
1870, XIV, 312,
What it shall contain.
part of any public officer to furnish the Comptroller with the statement aforesaid, he shall forfeit and pay the sum of two hundred
dollars, to be recovered in any Court having competent jurisdicComptroller tion, General to mike
Sec. 3. And the Comptroller General shall make a statement of
of all debts aue the all debts due the State, and lay it before the General Assembly with
his annual report.
Sec. 4. The Secretary of State shall annually prepare, cause to Son Generapan be printed, and, on the fourth Tuesday in November, submit to the porumuns form: General Assembly, a true abstract from the certificates deposited uport braken with him by corporations formed under the law regulating the form
ation of corporations.
Sec. 5. That the State Superintendent of Education shall make of State Superint: a report, through the Governor, to the General Assembly, at each tendent of Edu- regular session thereof, showing:
1st. The number of persons between the ages of six (6) and six2 15.
teen (16) years, inclusive, residing in the State on the first day of
2d. The number of such persons in each County.
6th. The whole number of persons that attended the free common schools of the State during the year ending the thirtieth day of the last preceding September, and the number in each County that attended during the same period.
7th. The number of whites of each sex that attended, and the number of colored of each sex that attended the said schools.
8th. The number of common schools in the State.
9th. The number of pupils that studied each of the branches taught.
10th. The average wages paid to teachers of each sex.
11th. The number of school houses erected during the year, and the location, material and cost thereof.
12th. The number previously erected, the material of their construction, their condition and value, and the number with their grounds enclosed.
13th. The Counties in which teachers' institutes were held, and the number that attended the institutes in each County.
14th. Such other statistical information as he may deem important, together with such plans as he may bavė matured, and the State Board of Education may have recommended for the management and improvement of the school fund, and for the more perfect organization and efficiency of the common schools.
tendent to con
and forward them to General Assembly.
13, Sub. 9.
of Attorney Gen
15th. A statement of his official visits during the year.
26. annual report to the Governor, on or before the first day of November in each year, of the state and condition of the prison, the con- Penitentiary to victs confined therein, of the money expended and received, and, le laid before generally, of all the proceedings during the last year, to be laid bly. before the General Assembly.
1-68, XIV, 95, SEC. 8. The Attorney General shall, annually, make a report to the annual report General Assembly of the cases argued, tried or conducted by him eral: in the Supreme Court and Circuit Courts during the preceding year,
1858, XIV, 89, with such other information in relation to the criminal laws, and such observation and statements as, in his opinion, the criminal jurisdiction and the proper and economical administration of the criminal law warrant and require.
Sec. 9. That it shall be the duty of the Regents of the Luna- Annual report tic Asylum to report annually to the Legislature the state and con- Lunat cAsylnm. dition of the institution, fully and particularly; and they shall
1827, VI, 323,
§ 4. also annually report to the Comptroller General the amount of income of said institution, and the amount of expenditures, and the itenis thereof. Sec. 10. That the Commissioners of the Deaf and Dumb and the
Commissioners Blind shall annually report to the Legislature an exact statement Dumb and the of their various proceedings during the past year, shewing precisely annualis to the how they disbursed the money expended, the names of the persons who have received the bounty, the ages and places of residence of Sec. 6; 1871,XIV such persons, and information as to their progress; which statement shall be accompanied by the vouchers of all sums expended.
Sec. 11. The accounts of the Treasurer of the State shall be, annually, closed ou the thirtieth day of October, and shall be exam
examind in Nined during the months of November and December, in each year, by a Joint Committee, covsisting of one member of the Senate and aliy, Joint two of the House of Representatives, to be appointed by a concur- nat- und House rent resolution of the two Houses of the General Assembly, at 25. the session previous to said time of examination in each year.
Sec. 12. Such Committee shall examine the accounts, the vouchers relating to all moneys received into, and paid out of, the Trea
Ib., 26. sury during the year ending on the thirtieth of October preceding such examination, and shall certify and report to the General Assembly, at its next session after the said thirtieth day of October, the amount of moneys received into the Treasury during such
of the Deaf and
1834, VI, 514,
Accounts of Tre teurer to be
vember and Di. eern ber, annu.
1868, XIV, 16,
Duties of Committere-report.