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No. 587. An Act to provide for the payment of commutation tax in Lexington County,
and to fix the punishment for the nonpayment thereof.
No. 588. An Act to name and fix voting precincts in Horry County.
No. 589. An Act to provide for valuation, assessment and return of all property for
taxation in the County of Clarendon.
No. 590. An Act to fix the location and names of voting precincts in Chester County.
No. 591. An Act to amend the Fifth Subdivision of Section 11, of Chapter VII, of the
Code of Laws of 1922, by further defining drugs and non-alcoholic drinks.
No. 592. An Act to amend Section 500, Code of Laws, 1922, Volume 3, relating to reports
by County Treasurers to County Commissioners, so is to further define the report to be made by the County Treasurer of Marion County.
No. 593. An Act authorizing the Clerk of Court of Greenville County, South Carolina,
to appoint two bailiffs and a court crier, and to pay the expenses of said court crier and bailiffs and any other expenses incident to the holding of the County Court in Greenville County.
No. 594. An Act to amend Section 470, Volume Three, Code of Laws of South Caro
lina, 1922, so as to fix the compensation of the Township Assessors for Ker: shaw County.
No. 595. An Act to provide for the exemption of County and Township taxes for cotton,
woolen, rubber, pottery, pulp, leather, soap, and hardwood manufacturing establishments or any addition to any said manufacturing establishments in the sum of twenty thousand ($20,000.00 dollars which shall be built in the County of Oconee for a period of five years.
No. 596. An Act to provide for capitation tax on dogs in Lexington County, and pre
scribe the application of the proceeds derived therefrom.
No. 597. An Act to change the term of office of the County Auditor and Couty Treas
urer of Horry County from two to four years.
No. 598. An Act to provide the terms and the salaries of certain officers in Marlboro
No. 599. An Act to amend Section Four of an Act entitled “An Act to create a Sinking
Fund and Sinking Fund Commission of Cherokee County and to define its duties," approved nineteenth day of February, A. D. 1908, by providing for an annual salary of the Chairman of a Sinking Fund Commission.
No. 600. An Act to amend Section 2951, Volume III, Code of Laws, South Carolina,
1922, so as to make the commutation tax for Dorchester County five dollars instead of two dollars, as now provided therein.
No. 601. An Act to amend Section 448 of the Criminal Code of Laws, 1922, and Sec
tion 3758 of the Civil Code of Laws of 1922, both Sections referring to the sale of merchandise in bulk, by further defining what constitutes merchandise.
No. 602. An Act to change the voting place from Raymond to Limestone High School
Building in Orangeburg County.
No. 603. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to authorize townships in Fairfield
County to levy and collect an annual tax to supplement any other tax levied or appropriation made for road purposes in said County,” by adding at the end of Section 3 of the said Act, a proviso authorizing township commissions to borrow money in anticipation of the collection of the said tax.
No. 604. An Act to amend Section 7 of Article III, of Chapter L, of Volume 3, of the
Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1922, so as to provide explicitly how charters of corporations affected thereby may be amended.
No. 605. An Act to amend Article III, Section 2793, of the Code of Laws of 1922,
by increasing the number of Board of Visitors of the Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina, and prescribe their terni of office.
No. 606. An Act to prohibit the imposition or collection of more than one license or
occupation tax by municipalities within this State upon certain business.
No. 607. An Act to amend an Act entitled “An Act regulating the hunting or killing
of foxes in this State, being Act No. 586; of the Acts of 1920," approved the 12th day of March, A. D. 1920, by striking out all after the word "year" on line 7 of Section 1 of said Act and inserting in lieu thereof the following: "and provided further, That any person or persons may shoot, trap, chase or kill any fox or foxes at any time that they are doing any damages upon the property of such person or persons or property under their control.”
No. 608. An Act to amend Section 1184, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1922, Volume
3, so as to increase the salary of the Chief Commissioner of Allendale County.
No. 609. An Act to amend Section 2603, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1922, Volume
III, so as to permit a taxpayer to designate the school he wishes the taxes paid by him to go.
No. 610. An A to amend Section 5305, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1922, Volume
1, by striking out the word "creation" and inserting in lieu thereof the word "maturity”; by striking out the words "except mortgages or deeds of trust, covering the whole or any part of the real or personal property of a railroad company," and by striking out at the end of the Section all after the word "date."
No. 611. An Act to ratify an amendment to Article X, of the Constitution, by adding
thereto a Section authorizing the Town of Greer to assess abutting property for permanent improvement.
No. 612. An Act to provide for the election of Master for Kershaw County, to define
his qualifications and fix his compensation.
No. 613. An Act to require tobacco warehousemen and co-operative associations buying,
selling, or offering for sale, leaf tobacco, to sell each lot, pile or parcel of tobacco in the name of the true owner; to require records of sales to be kept; to require warehousemen to permit inspection of such records and the inspection of tobacco awaiting sale or being sold; to require persons deliv. ering tobacco for sale to impart true facts concerning ownership and to provide punishment for non-compliance with the provisions of this Act.
No. 614. An Act relating to physical education, training and instruction in all the public
schools of the State and in all colleges, schools and other educational institutions giving teacher-training.
No. 615. An Act to provide for the removal of certain officers.
No. 616. An Act to require all County Superintendents of Education in this State to
keep complete record of all school district bonds of their respective Counties; to file same in the office of Register of Mesne Conveyance and to provide penalty therefor.
No. 617. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to provide for the election of
school trustees in the County of Georgetown,” approved the 8th day of March, A. D. 1923, so as to provide for the vacancies therein.
No. 618. An Act to define the voting precincts in Kershaw County.
No. 619. An Act to provide for the establishment of a Commission to be known as “Gov
erning Commission" for Florence County, and define their duties, powers, etc.
No. 620. An Act relating to voting precincts in Lancaster County.
No. 621. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to amend an Act entitled 'An Act
to provide for a commutation road tax for Kershaw County and for a penalty for failure to pay same,' so as to provide a change in the ages of those persons liable therefor," approved February 11th, 1921, so to provide a change in commutation tax for Kershaw County.
No. 622. An Act to protect the title of motor vehicles within this State; to provide for
the issuance of certificates of title and evi ence of registration thereof; to regulate purchase and sale or other transfer of ownership; to facilitate the recovery of motor vehicles stolen or otherwise unlawfully taken; to provide for the regulation and licensing of certain dealers in used and second-hand vehicles as herein defined; to prescribe the powers and duties of the State Highway Commission hereunder; and to provide penalties for violation of the provisions hereof.
No. 623. An Act to protect and preserve the fish and to encourage the fishing industries
in the tide waters of the State; to provide for the regulating thereof and a revenue therefrom, and for other purposes.
No. 624. An Act to create an additional voting precinct in the County of Marion.
No. 625. An Act to provide for the constructing and maintaining of highways in the
several townships and County of York.
No. 626. An Act to create an additional voting precinct in the County of Spartanburg.
No. 627. An Act to amend Section 6 of an Act entitled "An Act to amend Section 1 of
an Act entitled 'An Act to establish and maintain high schools and to repeal Act No. 501, page 875, of the Acts of 1916, as amended by Act No. 164, page 248, of Acts of 1919, approved March 10, 1919,' so as to further amend Section 6 by providing for at least one high school in each county," approved the 7th day of March, 1921, relating to the number of enrollment.
No. 628. An Act to provide for capitation tax on dogs in Clarendon County and pre
scribe the application of the proceeds derived therefrom.
No. 629. An Act providing for the election and appointment of a cotton weigher at
Wagener, Aiken County, South Carolina, and to provide for his compensation.
No. 630. An Act to fix the voting precincts in the County of Dillon.
No. 631. An Act to provide for the preservation and protection of wild, cultivated and
ornamental plants, shrubs and trees along the highway.
No. 632. An Act to ratify an amendment to Paragraph 5, Article X, of the Consti.
tution relating to bonded indebtedness of Counties, School Districts, etc., by adding a proviso as to the County of Beaufort.
No. 633. An Act to provide regulations for shipping of game beyond the limits of the
No. 634. An Act to establish a uniform basis for the elimination of grade crossings
throughout the State of South Carolina.
No. 635. An Act to amend Section 231, Chapter IX, Volume 3, Code of Laws of South
Carolina, 1922, so as to provide for additional voting places in Bamberg
No. 636. An Act to provide for the compensation of Commissioners of Public Works
for the City of Spartanburg. No. 637. An Act to regulate the payment of licenses on motor driven vehicles used as
combination truck and touring car.
No. 638. An Act to amend (4696) 22, of Article VIII, Chapter LI, of Volume 3, of
the Code of 1922, by striking out the proviso relative to the City of Spar. tanburg.
No. 639. An Act to provide for capitation tax on dogs in Saluda and Aiken Counties
and prescribe the application of the proceeds derived therefrom.
No. 640. An Act to amend the law with reference to voting precincts within the various
Counties of this State.
No. 641. An Act to require certain fees from non-resident persons, firms or corporations
selling or delivering goods, receiving or discharging passengers within any County of this State.
No. 642. An Act to enable cities and towns by ordinance to regulate and restrict the
height, number of stories and size of buildings, and the location of the same, and the use thereof, and of land within such cities and towns; to provide for the division of such cities and towns into districts or zones for certain pur. poses, and to prescribe the procedure for so doing; to require the appointment of a Zoning Commission and of a Board of Adjustment for the purpose of carrying out such ordinances, and to fix duties and powers of the same; and to enable cities and towns by appropriate action to enforce the provi. sions of such ordinances.
No. 643. An Act to fix salaries of certain officers in Florence County.
No. 644. An Act to provide for the recording of marketing contracts or agreements en
tered into by agricultural producers and co-operative corporations and cooperative marketing associations and their members and to prescribe the effect of such recordation.
No. 645. An Act to fix the term of office of County Supervisor in Hampton County,
No. 646. An Act to amend Section 497 of the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1922,
Volume 3, relating to the apportionment of taxes on lands transferred after return, but before time of payment, so as to provide for the apportionment of taxes on lands transferred and mortgaged after return and before and after time for payment of taxes.
No. 647. An Act to provide for a license fee for auctioneering horses, mules or other
cattle in the Counties of Dillon, Clarendon, Chesterfield, Marlboro.
No. 648. An Act providing for the appointment of a Special Town Board of Assessors
and a Special Town Board of Equalization for the Town of Lancaster, defining the duties of said Boards and providing for appeals from the Special Town Board of Assessors to the Special Town Board of Equalization.
No. 649. An Act to empower municipalities to make and enforce rules and police
regulations for the protection of the public property and the preservation of peace, order and propriety of conduct in municipally owned and maintained parks, whether such parks be situate wholly within or wholly without, or partly within and partly without the corporate limits of such municipalities, and to punish offenses against such rules and regulations.
No. 650. An Act to amend an Act entitled “An Act to provide for the exemption of
county, township taxes for cotton, woolen, rubber, and other manufacturing establishments which shall be built in the Counties of Anderson, Aiken and Georgetown for a period of five years," so to include the County of Dillon.
No. 651. An Act to repeal Sections 5076, 5079, 5090, 5091, 5092, 5094, 5095, 5097, 5096,
5098, 5099, 5105, 5112, Volume Three, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1922, relating to the maintenance, control, and operation of the State Hospital for the Insane, and to amend Sections 5077, 5082, 5084, and 5110, Volume Three, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1922, relating to the maintenance, control and operation of the State Hospital for the Insane.
No. 652. An Act to amend Section 3503 of the Code of Laws, 1922, Vol. 3, relating to
commercial feedstuffs by exempting therefrom certain substances.
No. 653. An Act to regulate the return, assessment and taxation of the value of deeds,
leases and contracts, covering standing timber and timber rights.
No. 654. An Act to authorize and require banks, trust companies and all persons,
firms, and corporations engaged in borrowing and lending money, or receiving money and other things of value on deposit to issue new certificates of deposit in place of original certificates which have been lost or destroyed.
No. 655. An Act to amend Sections One (1) and Four (4) of an Act entitled "An Act
to provide for an annual capitation dog license tax and penalty for nonpayment,” approved the 15th day of March, A. D. 1922, so as to extend the time for payment thereof.
No. 656. An Act to provide for an additional voting precinct in Greenwood County to
be known as Laco Precinct, and an additional voting precinct in Colleton County.
No. 657. An Act vesting the rights of the State to escheated lands of a tenant in com
mon in partition cases from the real estate, to the proceeds of sale, and val. idating title under conveyances heretofore made in all such cases.
No. 658. An Act to provide minimum safety requirements against fire hazards or stam
pedes from other causes for pupils in the public school buildings now in use and to safeguard pupils, teachers and the public from injury due to fire, smoke or panic in school buildings hereafter erected in South Carolina and to regulate and control the paying out of public moneys in connection therewith.
No.•659. An Act to amend Section 194 of the Criminal Code of Laws, Volume 2,
1922, by adding at the conclusion of said Section a clause to provide penalties for the violation of the provision of Section 940 of the Civil Code, Volume III, 1922.
No. 660. An Act to fix the collection of commutation road tax for Williamsburg County.
No. 661. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to provide for the insurance of all
public buildings of the State, and of public school buildings, by the Sinking Fund Commission,” approved the 6th day of March, A. D. 1919, by striking out all of Section 8 thereof.
No. 662. An Act to prohibit the setting of steel traps in Colleton County between cer
tain dates and to provide punishment therefor.
No. 663. An Act to provide a commutation road tax and the collection of same in
Chester County, and to provide a penalty therefor.