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State of South Carolina
PASSED AT THE REGULAR SESSION OF 1924
PRINTED BY ORDER OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY AND DESIGNED TO
ACTS OF THE REGULAR SESSION OF 1924
Columbia, S. C.
List of Acts and Joint Resolutions
PART I.-GENERAL AND PERMANENT LAWS
No. 537. An Act to regulate and control billiard and pocket billiard rooms in the
State of South Carolina.
No. 538. An Act to amend Sections 1, 4, 9, 10, 13, 15, 16, 17, 19, 22 and 25 of an Act
entitled "An Act to raise revenue for the support of the State Government by levy and collection of a tax on gifts, inheritances, devises, bequests, and legacies, in certain cases," approved February 23d, 1922, by providing for more definite procedure for the enforcement of the provisions of said Act, and by further providing penalties for the violation of the terms thereof.
No. 539. An Act to provide for the payment of salaries of school teachers in all schools
in South Carolina and to appropriate funds to meet same.
No. 540.-An Act to provide for voting by persons absent from their voting precinct
during any primary election.
No. 541. An Act to amend Section 527 of the Code of Laws of 1922, Volume 3, relat
ing to duties of Sheriffs and Treasurers as to tax executions, so as to extend the time for making report on same and providing a penalty therefor.
No. 542. An Act to require all officers, their agents, employees or servants in collecting
taxes, fines, etc., to issue an official receipt for same.
No. 543. An Act to provide for the recording and indexing of an assignment of a mort.
gage upon real property.
No. 544. An Act to provide the method of cancellation of a mortgage or trust deed of
No. 545. An Act to fix the time for holding the Circuit Courts of the Second Judicial
Circuit in South Carolina.
No. 546. An Act to provide for holding Courts in the Fourth Judicial Circuit and to
confer additional powers, on Special Judges while holding said Courts.
No. 547. An Act to fix the time for holding the Circuit Courts in the Fifth Judicial
No. 548. An Act to fix the time for the holding of the Circuit Court of the Twelfth
No. 549. An Act to repeal Section 44, Code of Laws of Criminal Procedure, 1922, Volume
I, relating to Constables swearing out warrants.
No. 550. An Act to amend an Act to provide for pensions for certain faithful negroes
who were engaged in the service of the State in the War Between the States, approved March 16, 1923, so as to further define those entitled to said pension.
No. 551. An Act to amend Section 707, Code of Laws of South Carolina, Volume 2,
relating to bond to support bastards, so as to increase said bond.
No. 552. An Act to authorize the several County authorities of various Counties of this
State to use on the public works of such County any Federal prisoners serving sentences in the jail of the respective Counties.
No. 553. An Act to amend Section 246 of the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1922,
Volume 2, prohibiting circuses from exhibiting prior to and during the week of agricultural fairs.
No. 554. An Act to amend Section 246, Code of Laws, 1922, Volume 2, relating to cer
tain shows exhibiting within five miles of an agricultural fair, so as to extend the time for such exhibits.
No. 555. An Act to repeal Section 200, Volume One, Code of Laws of South Carolina,
1922, relating to commitment of lunatics to the State Hospital for Insane.
No. 556. An Act to further regulate entry of judgments.
No. 557. An Act to authorize the State Highway Commission to
own and dispose of
No. 558. An Act to prescribe penalty for non-residents hunting without licenses in South
No. 559. An Act to amend the law with reference to voting precincts of several Counties.
No. 560. An Act to exempt all beneficiary normal scholarship or other students who
entered into the service of the United States in the War with Germany and her Allies, or who are now engaged in educational service in foreign countries, from complying with the obligation of teaching two years as now provided by law.
No. 561. An Act to amend Section Five (5) of an Act entitled an Act to provide a
system of County Government for Kershaw County, approved February 14th, 1923, and known as No. 26 of the Acts of 1923, so as to change the time of meeting of the Board of Directors.
No. 562. An Act providing for the collection of taxes on property returned and listed
in case of removal from the State before the time is due for collecting of taxes by the County Treasurer.
No. 563. An Act to prohibit the railroads in South Carolina from collecting surcharge
on Pullman car transportation within the State.
No. 564. An Act to provide for the care and custody of Anderson County's public
buildings, and for the purchase of county supplies.
No. 565. An Act to exempt from taxation certain school properties in this State.
No. 566. An Act providing for the nomination and appointment of a District Board of
School Trustees for the County of Darlington, the length of their respective terms, etc.
No. 567. An Act to amend Section 2219, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1922, Vol
ume 3, relating to the office of Master, so as to provide for said office in Florence County.
No. 568. An Act to amend that Section of the Criminal Code of 1922 which conforms
to Section 912 of the Criminal Code of 1912, relating to the overloading and confinement of animals on railroad cars so as to extend the time limit.
No. 569. An Act to provide a capitation road tax in Horry County.
No. 570. An Act to require all ferry boats operated in Georgetown County to carry an
oar for propelling the flat used, and to provide for a chain or other safeguard when vehicles are taken on for transportation.
No. 571. An Act to abolish the office of County Supervisor for Florence County and to
devolve the duties of said office on the Governing Commission of said County.
No. 572. An Act to require all custodians of public funds of the County of Darlington
to deposit all public funds in one bank and to require the said bank in which said funds are deposited to execute bond with good and sufficient surety to the County of Darlington as security for said deposit and to require all loans to said County to be made by competitive bids.
No. 573. An Act to require the election of school trustees of School Districts Nos.
14, 24 and 32 of Kershaw County.
No. 574., An Act relating to the survivor and survivors of firms and partnerships.
No. 575. An Act to provide for a capitation tax on dogs in the County of Florence.
No. 576. An Act to amend Section 4473 of the Civil Code of Laws, 1922, Volume 3,
relating to special elections and issue of municipal bonds by exempting the Town of Bamberg from the provisions thereof.
No. 577. An Act to make each school district in Marlboro County a township and a tax
district, and to require school trustees to perform the duties
No. 578. An Act to require the Auditor of Georgetown County to keep a separate book
for the listing of road tax and poll tax, and to provide for the return of executions thereof.
No. 579. An Act to amend Section 4549-12 of Volume III, of the Code of Laws of
South Carolina, 1922, relating to municipal taxes, in order to supply parts of Acts omitted therefrom, and to revise the same.
No. 580. An Act to amend Section (4549) of Volume 3 of the Code of Laws of 1922,
providing for the levy by municipal corporations of annual municipal taxes.
No. 581. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to amend an Act entitled 'An Act
to provide a system of County Government for Chester County,' approved the 26th day of February, 1920, by fixing the salary of the Chairman of the County Board of Directors," approved the first day of March, A. D. 1923, so as to increase the salaries of the members of the Board of Directors.
No. 582. An Act to provide for the appointment of a Special Board of Assessors for
the purpose of assessing and equalizing the property in Chester School District, defining the duty of said Board and providing for appeals therefrom.
No. 583. An Act to amend the provisions of Articles VIII and IX of Chapter LI of
Volume 3 of the Code of 1922, relating to Commission Form of Government in cities, by providing for the automatic entry into the next highest class of any city which, having heretofore adopted said form of government, or which may hereafter adopt the same, shall have attained, or shall hereafter attain, the requisite population for eligibility thereto.
No. 584. An Act to amend Section 1548, Code of Laws, 1922, Volume 3, relating to the
commutation road tax of Georgetown County by exempting therefrom citizens of towns and cities in said County.
No. 585. An Act to amend Section 473, Volume 3, of the Code of Laws of South Car
olina, 1922, so as to fix the compensation of the County Board of Equalization for Kershaw County.
No. 586. An Act to provide for the election of trustees in School Districts Numbers
30 and 45 in Aiken County.