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No. 664. An Act to require all Sheriffs, Deputy Sheriffs, peace and police officers in

Anderson County to make reports on seizures of motor vehicles.

No. 665. An Act to further define and enlarge the authority and duties of the Superin

tendent of the State Training School for the Feeble-Minded in so far as same relates to persons committed and to prohibit the interference of agents and officers of said institution in their efforts to apprehend or repossess children escaped from said institution, and to prohibit persons from having intercourse with inmates of said institution and to provide a penalty therefor.

No. 666. An Act to provide for the election of school trustees in Two Mile Swamp

School District Number 43, Orangeburg County.

No. 667. An Act to provide for the disposition of liquors and other compounds con.

taining alcohol or other property seized by officers in Dillon County.

No. 668. An Act to amend Paragraph Two of Section 56, Volume 1, Code of Laws

of South Carolina, 1922, relative to the time of holding Court in Greenwood County, so as to change the October term of Court of Common Pleas to the second Monday in November; and amend Paragraph One, of Section 56, Vol. ume 1, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1922, relative to the time of holding Court in Abbeville County, so as to change the February term of Court to the first Monday in January.

No. 669. An Act defining Airless-cushion automobile tires and providing for use of same.

No. 670. An Act to amend Section 231, Chapter IX, Volume 3, Code of Laws of South

Carolina, 1922, so as to change the name of voting precincts in Darlington
County, and provide for additional voting places.

No. 671. An Act to prevent the improvident or speculative exercise of delegated power

of eminent domain.

No. 672. An Act to provide for the election of school trustees in South Willow School

district Number Orangeburg County.

No. 673. An Act to provide for a Board of Tax Collectors in the County of SparNo. 680. An Act to amend Section 2612 of Volume 3, Code of Laws of South Carolina,

tanburg, define their duties and powers, and fix their compensation.

No. 674. An Act to provide for the renunciation of dower by married women to suc

cessors in title of lands formerly owned by their husbands.

No. 675. An Act to amend Section 5750, Code of Laws, 1922, Volume 3, relating to

fees of Judge of Probate for Union County, so as to provide the same fees in Marion County.

No. 676. An Act to abolish the office of County Supervisor for Williamsburg County

and to devolve the duties of said officer upon the Road Engineer, and providing for a bookkeeper.

No. 677. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to provide for a uniform commutation

tax for the Counties of Charleston and Sumter," approved March 11th, 1920, so as to reduce the commutation tax in Charleston County.

No. 678. An Act to provide for capitation tax on dogs in Edgefield County, and pre

scribe the application of the proceeds derived therefrom.

No. 679. An Act to require the State Tax Commission to prorate the assessed value of

any bank having branches among the school districts in which said bank has branches.

1922, by requiring Treasurers to make monthly deposits of all moneys in their hands, belonging to school district sinking funds.

No. 681. An Act to exempt from State, County, Municipal and School Taxes, property

of the American Legion, when used for Legion purposes.

No. 682. An Act to amend Section 3574, Code of Laws, 1922, Volume 3, relating to

licenses of inspectors by increasing the fees for such inspection.

No. 683. An Act to require the specification and the guaranteeing of the content of cer

tain materials used in the manufacture and mixing of all fertilizers supplying certain elements and to provide a penalty for the violation of certain fertilizer contracts.

No. 684. An Act to provide for a sentence for the violation of any of the prohibition

laws of this State.

No. 685. An Act to authorize and direct the State Highway Commission to work streets

within the State. Highway System leading through municipalities of less than twenty-five hundred (2,500) inhabitants.

No. 686. An Act to amend an Act entitled “An Act to establish a Highway Commission

for Spartanburg County and define its duties," known as No. 160, of the Acts of 1917, approved February 27th, 1917, by increasing the number of Com. missioners and fixing their terms of office.

No. 687. An Act to amend Section 3220, of Volume 3, of the Code of Laws of South

Carolina, 1922, "relating to the assessment of preliminary expenses ih the creation, organization and maintenance of drainage districts, organized under the provisions of Article IV of said Volume, so as to make the assessment for preliminary expenses optional with the Board of Supervisors and to provide for a refund of assessments paid on excess of acreage and to levy assessments on acreage not assessed and to make the lien of assessments delinquent ninety (90) days after the certificate of such assessment is filed with the County Treasurer."

No. 688. An Act to safeguard the distribution and sale of certain dangerous caustic or

corrosive acids, alkalis, and other substances in the State of South Carolina.

No. 689. An Act to amend Section (4751) of Volume Three, of Code of Laws of 1922,

relating to powers of school trustees to condemn lands for school purposes, so as to enlarge the same.

No. 690. 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. 691. An Act relating to commercial schools.

No. 692. An Act to declare it a misdemeanor to employ dishonest and misleading ad

vertising methods and prescribe the punishment therefor.

No. 693. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to provide a system of County

Government for the County of Colleton," approved the 21st day of March, 1923, by changing the salary of the Highway Commissioner-elect, and providing for the construction of other roads, and otherwise define the powers and duties of the said Commission, and changing the sum to be expended by them.

No. 694. An Act to regulate the issuance of marriage license certificates in duplicate.

No. 695. An Act to amend Sections 420 and 423, of the Code of Laws, South Carolina,

1922, Volume III, relating to the filing of statements of corporations and the failure to pay licenses, so as to further define the manner of making state- · ments and a penalty for failure to pay licenses.

No. 696. An Act to require the County Board of Commissioners of Lexington County

to make or cause to be made an annual inventory of county property.

No. 697. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to amend an Act entitled 'An Act

to abolish the office of County Supervisor of Georgetown County,'” etc., by further defining the duties of the Board of County Commissioners.

No. 698. An Act abolishing the Rule in Shelley's Case in certain respects.

No. 699. An Act to amend Sections 1310, 1311, 1312, 1313, 1314 and 1315, Code of

Laws of South Carolina, Volume III, relating to the County Government of
Cherokee County, so as to provide for Township Commissioners, etc.

No. 700. An Act to provide for the compensation of the county officers and employees

of Georgetown County of this State.

No. 701. An Act to amend Section 512, Volume 2, Code of Laws of South Carolina,

1922, so as to require County Treasurers to make full, complete and accurate reports to the County Superintendent of Education and provide a penalty for the violation of said Section.

No. 702. An Act to establish a County Court in the County of Florence and to define

the jurisdiction and powers of said Court, and to provide for the conduct of the business thereof.

No. 703. An Act to provide for an open season on all domestic game, birds and ani

mals.

No. 704. An Act to provide for a tax collector or collectors in the County of Darlington,

define the duties and fix the compensation.

No. 705. An Act to amend Section 2566, Volume 3, Code of Laws of South Carolina, .

1922, so far as the same relates to the County Superintendent of Education of Dillon County.

No. 706. An Act to provide for the election of school trustees for Florence County.

No. 707. An Act to provide for the bonding of county officers in the County of George

town, to require monthly published statements of the County Commissioners, to fix the amount for dieting of prisoners, and to further provide for the expenditures of the appropriation of said County for the year 1924.

No. 708. An Act to provide for appointment of additional members of the Board of

Commissioners of Public Works in the Town of Latta, defining their duties, powers, etc.

No. 709. An Act to authorize the appointment of tax collectors within the Counties

of Marlboro and Saluda, to fix their salaries and to confer upon them all the duties, powers and authority now conferred upon the Sheriffs of this State by law for the collection of taxes, to provide for the appointment of Deputy Collectors and fix their compensation, etc.

No. 710. An Act to provide for the election of school trustees in School District Number

Six, in Kershaw County.

No. 711. An Act to amend Section 22, of Chapter XI, known as Section 589 of the

Code of Laws of South Carolina of 1922, Volume 2, relating to driving of motor vehicles by persons under influence of intoxicants or narcotics, by adding a proviso as to the punishment for second offense.

No. 712. An Act to amend Section 3049 of Volume 3, Code of Laws of South Carolina,

(1922), the same being Section 1 of Article II, of Chapter XXIX of said Code of Laws, relating to the creation and establishment of a State Highway Commission, so as to provide for the appointment of a member of said Com. mission from each of the Judicial Circuits of the State.

No. 713. An Act to prohibit the removal of personal property to evade the payment

of taxes and to provide a penalty therefor.

No. 714. An Act to create the office of Supervising Auditor of Spartanburg County, and

to define his duties.

No. 715. An Act to amend Sections 1, 2, 3 and 13 of an Act entitled "An Act to raise

revenue for the support of the State Government by the levy and collection of a tax upon income,” approved March 13, 1922, by further defining taxable income, by making further provision relative to foreign corporations and nonresident persons, by changing the method of paying the taxes, and by repealing Section 13 of said Act.

No. 716. An Act relating to voting precincts in Greenville County and Saluda County.

No. 717. An Act to fix the manner of payment of charge for cotton weighing at Wag.

ener, in Aiken County.

No. 718. An Act to provide for the election of school trustees in all school districts in

Spartanburg County.

No. 719. An Act to provide a tax collector in the County of Anderson, define his

duties and powers, and to fix his compensation.

No. 720. An Act to fix the salaries of the Constitutional State Officers.

No. 721. An Act to regulate traffic upon the highways of this State, and to provide

penalty for violation thereof.

No. 722. An Act to provide for the erection, upkeep, equipment and supervision of a

game propagation farm at Camp Styx, Lexington County, South Carolina.

No. 723. An Act to make it unlawful for any person or persons to make, buy, sell or

give away to any other person any duplicate key to any lock belonging to or in use by any railroad company in this State on its switches or switch tracks except upon certain conditions herein provided for.

No. 724. An Act to require the teaching of the Constitution of the United States, in.

cluding the study of the devotion to American institutions and ideals in all the public high schools, universities and colleges of this State. Requiring that all applicants for teachers' certificates shall also pass a satisfactory examination thereon and show loyalty thereto, and providing a penalty for the willful violation thereof.

No. 725. An Act to amend Subsection 2, of Section 51, of Volume 1, Code of Laws

of South Carolina, 1922, relating to the terms of Court in Lee County, so as to permit the holding of jury trials at the June term of Court.

No. 726. An Act to prohibit persons unlawfully killing other persons from benefiting by

reason of their unlawful act.

No. 727. An Act to amend Section 8 of an Act entitled "An Act to provide a pension

fund for Confederate Veterans and their widows and to provide for the distri. bution thereof," approved March 26, 1923, by increasing the appropriation for Confederate pensions.

No. 728. An Act to regulate the importation and placement of destitute, dependent, re

jected and delinquent children in South Carolina.

No. 729. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to provide for the exemption of

County township taxes for cotton and other manufacturing establishments in the Counties of Anderson, Aiken, Georgetown and Sumter for a period of five years," so as to include Richland County in the provisions thereof.

No. 730. An Act to fix the salary of the Superintendent of Education of Lexington

County.

No. 731. An Act to provide for a State system of hard surfaced, top-soil and other

dependable types of highways in this State, to define and describe said roads, and to provide funds for construction, for maintenance and for reimbursements to Counties in certain cases.

No. 732. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to raise revenue for the support

of the State Government," approved March 26, 1923, so as to further provide for revenue.

No. 733. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to raise revenue for the support of

the State Government,” approved March 26, 1923, by further providing for

same.

No. 734. An Act to amend an Act entitled “An Act to raise revenue for the support

of the State Government,” approved March 26, 1923, so as to further provide for revenue.

No. 735. An Act to amend Subdivision 30, of Section 342 of the Code of Laws of 1922,

Volume 3, relating to exemption from taxes by banks, so as to provide for other exemption.

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