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Acts and Joint Resolutions

of the

GENERAL ASSEMBLY

of the

State of South Carolina

Passed at the Regular Session of 1918

Printed by Order of the General Assembly and Designed to Form a
Part of the Thirtieth Volume of the Statutes at Large,
Commencing With the Acts of the Regular

Session of 1917

THE R. L. BRYAN COMPANY
COLUMBIA, S. C.

1917

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NOTE

The following Acts, passed at the session of 1918, have not been approved by the Governor:

No. 61. An Act to enlarge and define the duties and powers of the Recorder's

Court in cities containing more than twenty thousand inhabitants and not more than fifty thousand inhabitants, according to the census of 1910.

No. 147. An Act to improve school conditions in industrial textile communities. No. 201. An Act to permit school trustees of any school district within this

State to borrow money in anticipation of collection of taxes, and to pledge as security for the loan the taxes to be collected during

the current year. No. 209. An Act to provide for the election of Board of School Trustees of

Kershaw School District. No. 211. An Act to provide for the appointment of Trustees of School District

No. 1 of Kershaw county. No. 243. A Joint Resolution to authorize and require the State Superintendent

of Education to draw warrants in various sums payable to the order of certain school districts in Oconee county, and to require

the State Treasurer to pay the same. No. 244. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to amend Section 1752,

Volume I, Code of Laws, 1912, so as to provide for the election of trustees in Spartanburg county,” so as to include Greenville

county in all its provisions relating to Greenville county. No. 248. An Act to prohibit the awarding of scholarships in State institutions

to boys or girls whose residence has been less than six months in

the county from which the scholarship is awarded. No. 251. An Act to regulate certain charges of fares of electric railways carry

ing passengers in this State, and to provide a penalty for violation

of the same. No. 253. An Act to provide for a Board of Tax Assessors for Marlboro county. No. 256. An Act to empower the city of Florence to hold an election on the

issue of $100,000 in thirty-year five per cent. coupon bonds to purchase or erect a city gas plant, and to operate same and pro

vide a sinking fund. No. 258. An Act to authorize and empower the County Supervisor of Florence

county to cut trees and use soil adjacent to the public highways of said county for road improvement.

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