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CODE OF LAWS 

OF 

SOUTH CAROLINA 

1952 



IN EIGHT VOLUMES 



ANNOTATED 



Prepared under the supervision and direction of the 
Code Commissioner and the Committee on Statutory 
Laws of the General Assembly of South Carolina 



VOLUME 8 



THE MICHIE COMPANY 
Charlottesville, Va. 

THE LAWYERS CO-OPERATIVE PUBLISHING CO. 
Rochester, N. Y. 

1952 



Copyright 1952 

by 

The State of South Carolina 



Table of Contents 



VOLUME 8 



Page 

General Index 1 

Table of Comparative Sections 1125 

Table of Acts 1185 



in 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2011 with funding from 

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GENERAL INDEX 



ABANDONMENT 

See also Desertion 

Animals, 6-5(b) 

Apprentices, children, etc., offense and 

penalty, 20-301 
Commission form of government, Spartan- 
burg city may abandon, 46-664 
Escheat of abandoned property. Escheats 

(this index) 
Family, abandonment of — 

dower as barred by, 19-123 to 19-128 
offense of, 15-1385 
penalty, 15-1427 
Freight. Carriers (this index) 
Spouse, abandonment of — ■ 

dower as barred by, 19-123 to 19-128 
ground for divorce, 20-101 (2) 
Telephone service, 58-380 
Tenant, abandonment of premises by — - 

absence after default in paying rent, 41- 

66 
effect of, 41-66 



ABATEMENT 

Improperly assessed taxes, 65-2681 to 65- 
2685 

abatement book, 65-1784 

Inheritance Tax (this index) 
Nuisances (this index) 

ABATEMENT AND REVIVAL 
Generally, 10-209, 10-210, 10-217, 10-218 

Change of name, effect of, 48-54 

Corporations, dissolution of, effect on ac- 
tions against corporation, 12-607 

Death by wrongful act, survival of right of 
action for. Death By Wrongful Act 
(this index) 

Drainage districts, actions under 1920 Act, 
18-407 

Execution, 10-1703 

Joint stock companies, transfer of shares 
not to abate pending actions, 10-428 

Railroads, employers' liability actions, 58- 
1235 

Reorganization plan not to cause abatement 
of actions against State agencies or offi- 
ces, 9-225 

Survival of causes of action, generally, 
10-209, 10-210 

[8SCCode] — 1 



ABATTOIRS 
Slaughterhouses (this index) 



ABBEVILLE, CITY OF 

Airport, 2-211 to 2-213 

Bonded indebtedness, permissible amount, 
SC Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, pp. 225, 
226] 
Public works commissioners, who to act 

instead of, 59-174 
Recreation commission, 51-191 to 51-198 
by-laws, rules, and regulations, 51-194 
created, 51-191 
duties, generally. 51-196 
employees, 51-195 
fiscal year, 51-198 
meetings, 51-193 
members, 51-192, 51-193 
obligations, city as affected by, 51-197 
reports, 51-198 

superintendent of recreation, appoint- 
ment of, 51-195 
tax levy for program of, 51-197 
Street improvement bonds, permissible 
amount, SC Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, 
pp. 225, 226] 
Tax exemptions in, 65-1533.1 



ABBEVILLE COUNTY 

For matters relating to counties generally, 
see Counties 

Agriculture (this index) 
Airport, 2-211 to 2-213 
Appropriations — 

apportionment, 14-703 

obligations to be kept within, 14-724 
Auctioneers for judicial sales, employment 

of, 10-1757 
Auditor — 

generally. Counties (this index) 

fees collected, accounting for, 14-712, 14- 
714 

postage allowance, 14-12 

salary of, 14-711 

tax returns, place for receiving, 65-1756 

term of office, commencement of, 65-1742 
Bailiffs, 15-1922 
Bonds — 

Bonds (this index) 

Counties (this index) 



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ABBEVILLE COUNTY— Cont'd 

Borrowing in anticipation of taxes. Tax 

anticipation borrowing, infra 
Boundaries, 14-51 
Bridges — 

generally. Bridges (this index) 
traction engines on, 33-1403 
Certificates of indebtedness, 14-502 to 14- 

509 
Chain Gangs (this index) 
Chattel mortgages on crops, certain record- 
ing provisions not applicable, 60-304 
Circuit court and terms, 15-261, 15-277 
general provisions as to. Circuit Courts 
(this index) 
Claims against — 

generally. Counties (this index) 

approval, 14-723 

"classification of claims allowed" book, 

14-409, 14-411 
entry prior to meeting of governing 

body, 14-722 
exhaustion of appropriation, effect, 14- 

418, 14-419 
file book, 14-408, 14-411, 14-722 
form, 14-721 
past indebtedness claims, 14-419 to 14- 

423 
warrants for payment — 

not to exceed appropriation, 14-724 
statements on, 14-417 

Clerk of court — 

generallv. Clerk of Courts (this index) 

fees, 27-69 

accounting for, 14-712, 14-714 

salary in lieu of fees, 14-711 
Common pleas court, terms of, 15-277 
Commutation tax, 33-966 to 33-968 
Congressional districts, 23-554 

Constables — 

generally. Constables (this index) 

Diamond Hill Township, 43-501 

fees in worthless check cases, 27-422 
Construction work — 

acceptance of work as prerequisite to 
payment, 14-733 

advertising for bids, 14-732 
Coroner's jurors — 

generally. Coroners (this index) 

compensation and mileage provision as 
inapplicable, 17-130 

fees, 17-132.1 
Cotton weighers and weighing, applicability 

of provisions as to, 13-117 
County courts, excepted from general law 

as to, 15-627 
Courts — 

bailiffs, 15-1922 

circuit court, 15-261, 15-277 

Clerk of court, supra 

Constables, supra 



ABBEVILLE COUNTY— Cont'd 

Courts — Cont'd 

county courts, exception from general 
law as to, 15-627 

Grand jury, infra 

jurors, compensation of, 38-30S(7) 

Magistrates, infra 

Masters, infra 

Probate judge, infra 
Drainage, generally. Drainage (this index) 
Drainage districts, establishment of, 18-212 
Elections, generally. Counties (this index) 
Engineer, employment of, for highway 

work, 33-1401 
Fairs and Fair Associations (this index) 
Finances, generally. Counties (this index) 
Financial statements, publication by towns 

over 200, 47-808 
Fiscal year, generally, 14-16, 14-17 
Forestry board, 29-55 to 29-58 
Forfeited land commission — 

generally. Counties (this index) 

recordation of deeds to, 65-2133 

sale of forfeited lands, 65-2909 
Game zone, 28-5 

General sessions court, terms of court, 15- 
277 

Grand jury — 

accountant, employment of, 38-410 
foreman's power to swear witness in- 
applicable, 38-408 
Health and drainage, commissioners of, 18- 

71 
Health boards generally. Health Boards 

(this index) 
Highways — 
generally — 

Counties (this index) 
Highways (this index) 
engineer, employment of, 33-1401 
farm-to-market roads, 33-166 
tax for, 33-966 to 33-968 
traction engines on, regulated, 33-1403 
House of Representatives, number of mem- 
bers apportioned to county, 30-1 
constitutional provision, SC Const, Art 
3, §3 
Jails, generally. Jails and Jailors (this in- 
dex) 
Judicial sales, employment of auctioneers 

for, 10-1757 
Jurors, compensation, 38-308 (7) 
Libraries, generally. Counties (this index) 
Licenses, generally. Counties (this index) 

Magistrates — 

generally. Magistrates (this index) 
Diamond Hill Township, 43-501 
fees in worthless check cases, 27-422 

Marriage license fees, disposition of, 20-32 
[8SCCode] 



Index 



ABBEVILLE COUNTY— Cont'd 

Masters — 

generally. Counties (this index) 

established, 15-1801 

practice of law bv, 15-1813 
Mules, peddling of, 56-1231 to 56-1235 

Officers — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
particular officers, see appropriate lines 
accounting for fees collected, 14-712, 14- 

714 
half holiday weekly, June-August, 14- 

704 
personal liability for debts contracted in 

excess of appropriation, 14-724 
postage allowance, 14-12 
salaries, 14-711 

payment, prerequisite to, 14-713 
Peddling horses or mules, 56-1231 to 56- 

1235 
Planning. Counties (this index) 
Polling precincts in, 23-154 
Postage allowance to officers, 14-12 
Probate judge — 

generally. Probate Courts and Judges 

(this index) 
fees collected, accounting for, 14-712, 14- 

714 
postage allowance, 14-12 
salary in lieu of fees, 14-711 
Public welfare. Counties (this index) 
Register of mesne conveyances — 

generally. Register of Mesne Convey- 
ances (this index) 
fees, 27-69 

accounting for, 14-712, 14-714 
salary in lieu of fees, 14-711 
Rural police, generally. Rural Police (this 

index) 
Schools — 

generally— 

Counties (this index) 
Schools (this index) 
Calhoun Falls School District No. 9, 
bonded indebtedness permissible 
amount, SC Const, Art 10, § 5 
[Vol. 7, p. 291] 
District No. 22, bonded indebtedness 
permissible amount, SC Const, Art 
10, § 5 [Vol. 7, p. 293] 
Due West School District No. 38, bond- 
ed indebtedness, permissible amount, 
SC Const, Art 10, §5 [Vol. 7, p. 
280] 
kindergartens, exemption from provision 

for establishment of, 21-604 
Superintendent of Education — 
expense allowance, 21-83 
postage allowance, 14-12 
tax anticipation borrowing for, District 

60, 21-1002 
tax assessors, district, 65-1803 



ABBEVILLE COUNTY— Cont'd 

Schools — Cont'd 

transportation of pupils — 

shelters along bus routes, 21-1001 
Sheriff— 

generally. Sheriffs (this index) 

fees collected, accounting for, 14-712, 14- 

714 
official bond, amount of, 53-55 
salary in lieu of fees, 14-711 
Sinking funds, investment of, general statu- 
tory requirements inapplicable, 1-671 
sinking funds generally. Counties (this 
index) 
Soil conservation committee, area for selec- 
tion of members, 63-61.1 
Streams — 

cutting or felling trees across or into, 

penalized. 70-6 
dams across, restrictions on, 70-6 
inapplicability of statutory requirements 
as to, 70-5 
Sub-supervisors, 14-702 
Supervisor — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
term of office, 14-701 
Supplies, advertising for bids, 14-731 
Tax anticipation borrowing, 14-451 
generally. Counties (this index) 
advertising for bids, 14-454 
"bills payable" book, 14-462, 14-463 
bond retirement, 14-471 
form of obligation, 14-458 
notes, payment of, 14-408 
purpose of levies, noting proceeds of 

loan to, 14-461 
treasurer to receive loan, 14-460 
Tax collector, 65-2121 to 65-2134 
appointment, 65-2121 
assistance from peace officers, 65-2126 
auditor, assistance to, 65-2132 
banking of moneys collected, 65-2134 
bond, 65-2122 
compensation, 65-2125 
deeds to forfeited land commission, re- 
cordation of, 65-2133 
executions, 65-2128 to 65-2130 

fees, 65-2129 
removal, 65-2123, 65-2124 
reports, monthly, 65-2132 * 

settlements with county treasurer, 65- 

2131 
term of office, 65-2123 
traveling expenses, allowance of, 65-2125 
vacancies in office, how filled, 65-2123 
Tax districts in, 65-1508 
Taxes — 

generally — 

Counties (this index) 
Taxation (this index) 
Arbitration Board, 65-3351 to 65-3357 
appointment, 65-3351 
chairman, 65-3352 



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ABBEVILLE COUNTY— Cont'd 

Taxes — Cont'd 

Arbitration Board — Cont'd 

compensation of members, 65-3352 
finality of opinions, 65-3356 
investigation of tax suits and alleged 

delinquencies, 65-3353, 65-3354 
meetings, 65-3352 
number of members, 65-3351 
refund to taxpayers paving twice, 65- 

3355 
subpoenas, power to issue, 65-3357 
term of office, 65-3351 
unwarranted tax suits, procedure in 

case of, 65-3354 
vacancies, how filled, 65-3351 
■witnesses, requiring attendance of, 
65-3357 
boards of assessors, 65-1803 
certificates of indebtedness as secured 

by, 14-507 
certificates of indebtedness receivable in 

payment, 14-506 
commutation tax, 33-966 to 33-968 
executions to enforce payment, 65-2128 
to 65-2130 
nulla bonas, 65-2130 
exemption from — 

cotton or textile enterprises, SC 

Const, Art 8, § 8 
manufacturing establishments, 65- 
1524 
additions to, 65-1527 
Forfeited land commission, supra 
jury, right to, in action for alleged de- 
linquent taxes, 65-3356 
refund, 65-3355 

returns, place of receiving, 65-1757 
Tourist camp and road house provisions in- 
applicable to, 35-208 
Treasurer — 

generally. Counties (this index) 

fees collected, accounting for, 14-712, 14- 

714 
magistrates, fines collected by, publica- 
tion of, 43-17 
postage allowance, 14-12 
salary in lieu of fees, 14-711 
tax collector, settlements with, 65-2131 
Waters. Streams, supra 

ABDUCTION 

See also Kidnapping 

Child under fourteen, offense and punish- 
ment, 15-1386 

Deflowering abducted gir'. under sixteen, 
16-404 

Fine, division between state and aggrieved 
parties, 16-404 

Girl under sixteen years, abduction of, 16- 
403 

Marrying abducted girl secretly, 16-404 



ABETTORS 
Aiders and Abettors (this index) 

ABORTION 

Generally, 16-82 to 16-86 

Corroboration as necessary, 16-82, 16-83 
Limitation of prosecutions, 16-86 
Punishment — 

attempts, 16-83, 16-84 

death not resulting, 16-83 

death resulting, 16-82 

woman, in abortion cases, 16-84 
Witnesses, protection of, 16-85 



ABRASTOL 

Soft drink as adulterated by, 32-1515 

ABSCONDING DEBTORS 

Arrest in civil actions, 10-802(5) 
Attachment of property of. Attachment 
(this index) 



ABSENCE 

Circuit judge, absence of. Circuit Courts 

and Judges (this index) 
Continuance on ground of absence of wit- 
nesses — 
bond or note, witnesses to, 26-9 
circuit court rule as to, Cir Ct Rule 27 
Leave of Absence (this index) 
South Carolina retirement system member- 
ship terminated by, 61-42 



ABSENCE WITHOUT LEAVE 
Military crime. Militia (this index) 

ABSTRACT OF JUDGMENTS 

Book of, 15-1767(8) 
Cancelations, entry in index, 10-1555 
Clerks of Courts (this index) 
Contents of, 15-1767(6) 
Entries in, 10-1542, 10-1544 
Index, 10-1542, 10-1555 
Size of books, 15-1770 

Transcript of judgment of other courts, en- 
try of, 10-1544 

ABUTTING PROPERTY 

Assessments against Special Assessments 
(this index) 



Index 



ACCELERATION 

Negotiability as affected by provision for, 
8-812 



ACCEPTANCE FOR HONOR 
Negotiable Instruments (this index) 

ACCEPTANCE OF BILL 

Checks and Drafts (this index) 
Negotiable Instruments (this index) 

ACCESSORIES 

After the fact- 
principal need not have been convicted, 

17-453 
venue of prosecution against, 17-453 
Aiders and Abettors (this index) 
Before the fact- 
conviction without principal, 16-2 
injury in one county, death in another, 

17-456 
punished as principals, 16-1 
venue of prosecution against, 17-452 
Motor carriers, parts and accessories neces- 
sary for safe operation of vehicles. 
Motor Carriers (this index) 
Venue of prosecution against, 17-452, 17-453, 
17-456 



ACCIDENT AND HEALTH 
INSURANCE 

Generally, 37-451 to 37-551 

Age — 

limits, optional standard provision as to, 

37-489, 37-494 
misstatement of, optional standard pro- 
vision as to effect of, 37-489, 37-495 
Application — 

alteration, 37-452 

blanket insurance, not required from in- 
dividual covered by, 37-523 
false statement in, effect, 37-451 
Associations, insurance of members under 

franchise plan, 37-551 
Beneficiary, rights of, standard provision 

as to, 37-486 
Blanket insurance, 37-521 to 37-525 
Cancelation of policy — 

at instance of insured, standard provision 

as to, 37-485 
by insurer — 

optional standard provision as to, 37- 
489, 37 z 490_____ 
industrial sick benefit policy, 
standard provision as to, 37- 
512 



ACCIDENT AND HEALTH 
INSURANCE— Cont'd 

Certificate of insurance, furnishing of, to 
person covered by blanket policy, no* 
required, 37-523 

Change of occupation, standard provisions, 
37-474 

Changes in contracts, standard provision 
for, 47-475 

Companies. Insurance Companies (this in- 
dex) 

Deduction of premium from claim, optional 
provision for, 37-489, 37-492 

Definitions — ■ 

blanket insurance, 37-521 

group insurance, 37-531 

industrial sick benefit insurance, 37-511 

Discrimination between insurants forbidden, 
37-455 

Employees, insurance of — ■ 
franchise plan, 37-551 
under policy or contract issued to em- 
ployer, 37-521 

Examination of person, standard provision 
for, 37-481 

Exemption of certain policies from statu- 
tory requirements, 37-461 

Family policies not prohibited, 37-460 ^ 

Foreign companies. Insurance Companies 
(this index) 

Forfeiture for nonpayment of premium, no- 
tice required, 37-457 

Franchise plan, 37-551 

Fraternal Benefit Associations (this index) 

Group insurance, 37-531 to 37-537, 37-551 
franchise plan, 37-551 

Hand, loss of, as including loss of four 
fingers, 37-456 

Hospital expenses, group insurance provi- 
sion for, 37-535 

Income Tax (this index) 

Incontestability, provision for, in industrial 
sick benefit policies, 37-512 

Industrial sick benefit insurance, 37-511, 37- 
512 

Intoxicating liquor, optional provision as to, 
37-4S9, 37-497 

Labor union, insurance of members under 
franchise plan, 37-551 

License of insurer, revocation for violation 
of statutory provisions, 37-459 

Limitation of time of action, standard pro- 
vision as to, 37-387 

Medical expenses, group policy provision 
for, 37-535 

Narcotics, use of, optional provision as to, 
37-489, 37-497 

Notice of claim — 

sufficiency, standard provision as to, 37- 

478 
time, standard provision for, 37-477 

Optional provisions, when required to be 
in standard form, 37-489, et seq 



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ACCIDENT AND HEALTH 
INSURANCE— Cont'd 

Other insurance, optional standard provi- 
sions as to, 37-489, 37-491, 37-493 
Passengers, under policy or contract issued 

to carrier, 37-521 
Payment of benefits- 
blanket policy, under, 37-524 
group policies, 37-534 
periodical, standard provision as to, 37- 

483 
time for, standard provision as to, 37-482 
to whom made, standard provision as to, 
37-484 
Penalty for violation of statutory provi- 
sions, 37-459 
Policies— 

approval of forms, 37-471 

blanket accident and health insurance, 

standard policies, 37-522 
conflict with optional standard provision, 

37-499 
consideration for, to be expressed in, 37- 

472 
form, specifications as to, 37-472 
industrial sick benefit policies, standard 

provisions in, 37-512 
nonconformity to statutory require- 
ments, effect, 37-454 
other states or countries, policy provi- 
sions required by laws of, when per- 
missible, 37-453 
period of coverage to be stated, 37-472 
reference, incorporation by, of provi- 
sions of charter, constitution, or by- 
laws, 37-500 
standard provisions, 37-473 to 37-488 
typography, 37-472 
Premium — 

grace period for payment, provision for, 
in industrial sick benefit policies, 
37-512 
notice of nonpayment, when required be- 
fore forfeiture, 37-457 
readjustment of rates under group policy, 
37-536 
Professional association, insurance of mem- 
bers under franchise plan, 37-551 
Proof of loss — 

filing, standard provision for, 37-480 
furnishing forms for, standard provision 
as to, 37-479 
Rate legislation as inapplicable to, 37-653 
Reduction of indemnity, optional provision 

as to, 37-489, 37-491 
Reinstatement of policy, standard provision 

for, 47-476 
Students, under policy or contract issued to 
educational institution or its head, 37- 
521 

Time — 

for payment of indemnities, standard 
provision for, 37-482 



ACCIDENT AND HEALTH 
INSURANCE— Cont'd 

Time— Cont'd 

limitations of policy, standard provision 
for, 37-487, 37-4S8 
Trade association, insurance of members 

under franchise plan, 37-551 
Violation of law, optional provision as to, 

37-489, 37-496 
Volunteer group, blanket insurance of, 37- 

521 
Waiver by insurer, action not constituting, 

37-458 



ACCIDENTS 

Express companies, duties in case of acci- 
dent, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 758 [Rule 
55] 

Motor Carriers (this index) 

Railroads, duties pursuant to §§ 58-1206 and 
58-1207, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 752 
[Rule 13] 

Workmen's Compensation (this index) 



ACCOMMODATION PAPER 
Negotiable Instruments (this index) 

ACCOMPLICES 

Aiders and Abettors (this index) 

ACCOUNTANTS 
Certified Public Accountants (this index) 

ACCOUNT CURRENT 

Time of accrual of action on, 10-149 

ACCOUNTS AND ACCOUNTING 

Assignee or agent for benefit of creditors, 
forfeiture of commission for failure to 
account, 57-365 

Borrowing for minors and incompetents, 10- 
2568 

Clerks of Courts (this index) 

Cotton weighers, 13-273 

Electric companies, 24-94 to 24-99 
audits, 24-116 

Executors and Administrators (this index) 

Gas, heat, water, and street railway com- 
panies, regulation of. Public Service 
Commission (this index) 

Guardian and Ward I this index) 

Housing authorities' obligees may obtain ac- 
counting, 36-167 



Index 



ACCOUNTS AND ACCOUNTING 

— Cont'd 

Income tax, accounting methods as affect- 
ing computation of, 65-281 

Interest, legal rate of, 8-2 

Juvenile and domestic relations courts, pro- 
bation officers of, 15-1138 

Limitation of actions, 10-149 

Magistrates' courts, action or defense based 
on account, 43-98, 43-99 

Partnership accounting. Partnerships 

(this index) 

Pleading of accounts, 10-671 

Probate courts, clerk to account for money 
in court, 15-489 

Public accounts, expression in dollars and 
units thereof, 8-1 

Reference for taking of account, 10-1402(2), 
15-1815 

Service of copy of account, 10-671 

Sheriff, accounting with successor, 53-231 
to 53-234 

Soil Conservation (this index) 

Telephone companies, Public Service Com- 
mission may prescribe system for, 58- 
384 



ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE 

Assignment of — 

definition of "account", 45-201 
notice required to protect, 45-204 to 45- 
206 
cancelation, 45-211 
clerk of court, filing notice with, 45- 

205 
failure to give, as affecting protected 

assignment, 45-207 
filing of, 45-204, 45-205 
place for filing, 45-205 
register of mesne conveyances, filing 

notice with, 45-205 
renewal of notice, 45-206 
payment without notice of assignment, 

effect, 45-202 
protection of assignee, 45-203 to 45-207, 

45-211 
resale of goods giving rise to assigned 

account, rights of assignee, 45-209 
return of goods giving rise to assigned 

account, rights of assignee, 45-208 
salaries, assignment, not within opera- 
tion of accounts receivable statute, 
45-201 
trustee for assignee, assignor as, 45-210 
wage assignment as not within accounts 
receivable statute, 45-201 
Lien created by assignment. Assignment. 
supra 



ACCOUNT STATED 
Interest on, 8-2 

ACCUSED 
Criminal Procedure (this index) 



ACETANILIDE 

Food or drug containing, when misbranded, 
32-1516 



ACETIC ACID 

Dangerous substance as including, 32-1801 
(7) 



ACIDS 

Fumes from manufacture of, discharge in 
counties with city over 65,000, 32-1851, 
32-1852 

Dangerous substances as including, 32-1801 
(13) 



ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 

Armed forces' officers may take, during 
World War II, 44-475 

Commissioners of deeds may take, 49-53 

Income tax, authority to take for purposes 
of. 65-309 

Juvenile and domestic relations courts, 
judge or clerk may take acknowledg- 
ments, 15-1132 

Masters may take, 15-1816 

Merchant marine officers may take, during 
World War II, 44-475 

Notary public may take, 49-8, 49-11 

Recording instruments during World War 
II by, in lieu of affidavit, 60-54, 60-62 

Rural electric co-operative, acknowledg- 
ment on behalf of, power of officer, di- 
rector, or member to take, 12-1004 



ACQUITTAL 
Former Jeopardy (this index) 

ACTINOMYCOSIS 

Control measures, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
555 [Sec. 8] 

ACTION OR SUIT 

See also Civil Remedies and Procedure 
Abatement and Revival (this index) 



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ACTION OR SUIT— Cont'd 

Adjournment of court, continuance on, 

15-9.1 
Administrators, actions by or against. 
Executors and Administrators (this 
index) 
Adverse claims, action to determine. 

Quieting Title (this index) 
Affidavits in, entitling of, 10-21 
Agreed Case (this index) 
Arrest in civil actions. Civil Arrest (this 

index) 
Attachment (this index) 
Bank's power to bring or defend, 8-131 
Causes of action — 

adoption of Constitution, validity of ex- 
isting causes, SC Const, Art 17, § 11 
Joinder, infra 
separately stating and numbering, Cir 

Ct Rule 18 
survival of. Abatement and Revival 
(this index) 
Change of name of party, effect of, 48-54 
Character, actions for injuries to — 
civil arrest in, 10-802(6), 10-803 
joinder of, 10-701(4) 
Civil Arrest (this index) 
Claim and Delivery (this index) 
Cloud on title. Quieting Title (this index) 
Commencement of action — 

action deemed commenced, when, 10-101 
Limitation of Actions (this index) 
service of summons, actions commenced 
by, 10-401 
Compromise and Settlement (this index) 
Confession, judgment by. Judgment or De- 
cree (this index) 
Continuance of. Continuance (this index) 
Contract, actions on. Contracts (this in- 
dex) 
Corporations (this index) 
Costs. Fees and Costs (this index) 
Counterclaim and Set-off (this index) 
County's power to sue and be sued, 14-1 
Criminal conversation — 

limitation of action, 10-143(5) 
limitation on costs, 10-1607 

Cross Actions (this index) 
Death by Wrongful Act (this index) 
Declaratory Judgments (this index) 
Decrees. Judgment or Decree (this index) 
Definitions — 

action, 10-9 

civil action, 10-11, 10-12 

special proceeding, 10-10 
Demurrer (this index) 
Directors of dissolved corporation, power 

to sue and liability to suit, 12-603 
Distress for rent. Landlord and Tenant 

(this index) 
Division of actions, 10-11 



ACTION OR SUIT— Cont'd 

Drainage districts — 

abatement of suit as to, 18-407 
continuance of suit for enforcement of 

lien, 18-565 
default of payment of bonds, 18-300 
Drainage taxes, enforcement of lien, 18-560 

to 18-572 
Eviction of tenant. Landlord and Tenant 

(this index) 
Executor, action by or against. Executors 

and Administrators (this index) 
Extension of time for proceedings in, 10- 

1212 
False Imprisonment (this index) 
Feigned issues, prohibited, 10-1059 
Forcible Entry and Detainer (this index) 
Foreclosure of mortgages. Mortgages (this 

index) 
Form of action, 10-8 
Gambling losses, action to recover back, 

11-51 to 11-53 
Highway department, actions by or against. 

Highway Department (this index) 
Husband and Wife (this index) 
Income Tax (this index) 
Inheritance tax, actions to collect, 65-527 
Injunction (this index) 
Insurance (this index) 
Issues (this index) 
Joinder of actions — 

character, injuries to, 10-701 (4) 
contract, express or implied, 10-701 (2) 
contractor's bond, against principal and 

surety on, 10-702 
equitable and legal actions, 10-701 
liability insurance, against principal and 

insurer on, 10-702 
personal injuries, 10-701(3) 
personal property, recovery of and in- 
juries to, 10-701 (6) 
proceedings against defendants not 

served, 10-251 to 10-257 
property, injuries to, 10-701(3) 
real property, recovery, injuries, and 

rents, 10-701 (5) 
requirements for, 10-701 
same subject of action, 10-701 (1) 
same transaction, 10-701 (1) 
telegraph and telephone companies, ac- 
tions for penalties and damages for 
violations as to intrastate messages, 
58-315 
telegraph companies, actions for penalty 

and damages against, 58-251 
trustee, claims against, 10-701 (7) 
venue, 10-701 
Joint stock companies, how sued, 52-153 
Judgment or Decree (this index) 
Law actions, Supreme Court's appellate ju- 
risdiction in, 15-123 
Libel and Slander (this index) 



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ACTION OR SUIT— Cont'd 

License tax wrongfully collected, action to 
recover back, 65-855 

Limitation of Actions (this index) 

Lis Pendens (this index) 

Magistrate's court, procedure in. Magis- 
trates (this index) 

Married women, liability of husband in ac- 
tions against, 20-207 

Militiamen, exemption of, 44-138 

Mortgage foreclosures. Mortgages (this 
index) 

Motor carriers, actions against — 

transfer of property pending, 58-1472 
venue, 58-1470 

Municipal public works commissioners, ca- 
pacity to sue and be sued, 59-171 

Negotiable Instruments (this index) 

New Trial (this index) 

Nonresidents (this index) 

Notices, service of. Service of Process and 
Papers (this index) 

Occupying Claimants (this index) 

Official bonds, actions on, 50-76 

Papers to be filed, Cir Ct Rules 67, 68 

Parties to Actions (this index) 

Partition (this index) 

Penitentiary, actions by and against, 55- 
311 

Perpetuation of testimony, 26-807 

lost, destroyed, or defectively recorded 
instruments, 26-802 

Personal property, recovery of. Claim and 
Delivery (this index) 

Pleading (this index) 

Port utilities commissions' capacity to sue 
or be sued, 54-106 

Prohibition (this index) 

Public Service Authority, capacity to sue 
and be sued, 59-3 (2) 

Quieting Title (this index) 

Quo Warranto (this index) 

Railroads (this index) 

Recovery of real property. Real Property 
(this index) 

Removal of causes pending when Constitu- 
tion takes effect, SC Const, Art 17, § 6 

Right of action. Causes of action, supra 

Service — 

generally. Service of Process and Pa- 
pers (this index) 
proceedings against defendants not 
served, answer in, 10-255, 10-257 

Set-off. Counterclaim and Set-off (this 
index) 

Settlement. Compromise and Settlement 
this index) 

Slander. Libel and Slander (this index) 
South Carolina Industrial School, capacity 

to sue and be sued, 55-101 
Special Proceedings (this index) 
State, actions by and against. State (this 

index) 



ACTION OR SUIT— Cont'd 

State Industrial School for Girls, capacity 

to sue and be sued, 55-152 
State Ports Authority, capacity to sue and 

to be sued, 54-14 (1) 
Submission of controversy without action, 

10-1201 
Subornation of perjury in civil actions, 16- 

202 
Summons (this index) 
Survival of actions. Abatement and Revival 

(this index) 
Taxation (this index) 
Time, computation of, 10-2 
Trial (this index) 
United States — 

actions by, 10-2601 

judicial power of, US Const, Art 3, § 2; 
Amend 11 
Venue (this index) 
Verdict (this index) 
Wrongful death, actions for. Death by 

Wrongful Act (this index) 

ACT OF GOD 

Auctioneer, responsibility for loss of goods 
without fault, 56-205 



ACTUARY 

South Carolina Retirement System (this 
index) 



ADJOINING LANDOWNERS 

Partv walls in cities and towns, 57-454, 57- 
455 



ADJOURNMENT 

Circuit or common pleas court. Circuit 

Courts and Judges (this index) 
Congress (this index) 

Continuance on adjournment of court, 15-9.1 
General sessions court. Circuit Courts and 

Judges (this index) 
House of Representatives, SC Const, Art 3, 

§21 
day-to-day adjournment, quorum not 
necessary, SC Const, Art 3, § 11 
Juvenile and domestic relations court, 15- 

1190 
Probate court, 15-443 
Senate (this index) 
Supreme Court, 15-147 
lack of quorum, 15-110 

ADJUDICATION 
Judgment or Decree (this index) 



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ADJUSTERS 
Insurance Adjusters (this index) 

ADJUSTMENT BOARDS 
Soil Conservation (this index) 

ADJUTANT AND INSPEC- 
TOR GENERAL 

Militia (this index) 

ADJUTANT GENERAL 

Militia (this index) 

ADMEASUREMENT 
Dower, admeasurement of, 19-161 to 19-169 



ADMINISTRATION OF 
GOVERNMENT 

Generally, 1-1 to 1-883 

Absence of State or county officers from 
State, 1-51 

Accountants, investigatory — 
bond, 1-41 
oath of office, 1-41 

Accounts, money terms in statements of, 
8-1 

Adjutant General. Militia (this index) 

Administrative regulations. Rules and 
Regulations (this index) 

Agriculture, Commissioner of. Agriculture 
(this index) 

American citizens, preference in employ- 
ment, 1-35 

Appropriations (this index) 

Attorney General (this index) 

Auditor, State (this index) 

Bankruptcy of local governmental units, 
consent to, given, 1-71 

Blind persons, preference given to, 1-28 to 
1-34 

Boards and Commissions (this index) 

Bonds, Public (this index) 

Borrowing. Tax anticipation borrowing, in- 
fra 

Bribery of executive officers, 16-211, 16-212 

Budget and Control Board (this index) 

Budget, State (this index) 

Census (this index) 

Circuit solicitors as members of executive 
department, 1-1 

Clerks, departmental — 

oath and bond, when required, 1-41 
women, eligibility of, SC Const, Art 17, 
§1 

Code Commissioner (this index) 



ADMINISTRATION OF 
GOVERNMENT— Cont'd 

Code of Laws (this index) 

Commissions. Boards and Commissions 

(this index) 
Compositions by local governmental units, 

consent of State to, 1-71 
Comptroller General (this index) 
Counties (this index) 

Deposits of public funds, security for, 1-62 
Diversion of taxes to payment of indebted- 
ness of previous year, penalized, 1-54 
Duplicating machines, purchase of, by State 
departments as not requiring approval 
of Budget and Control Board, 1-541 
Education, Department of. Schools (this 

index) 
Education, State Board of. Schools (this 

index) 
Education, State Superintendent of. Schools 

(this index) 
Electrician and engineer, State — 
compensation, 1-464 
duties, 1-464 
election, 1-464 
removability, 1-464 
sales of electricity by State, powers and 

duties as to, 24-201 to 24-206 
term, 1-464 
Employees. Public Officers and Employees 

(this index) 
Engineer, State. Electrician and engineer, 

supra 
Executive departments, 1-1 to 1-3 
books, stationery and postage, 1-3 
officers constituting, 1-1 
vacancies, how filled, 1-2, 1-122 
Expenses of public building, accounting for, 

1-462 
Expenses of State government, taxation for, 

SC Const, Art 10, § 2 
Finances, State (this index) 
General Assembly (this index) 
Governor (this index) 
House of Representatives (this index) 
Inspector General (this index) 
Insurance Commissioner (this index) 
Insurance Department (this index) 
Interest on deposits of public funds, ac- 
countability for, 1-52 
Lieutenant Governor (this index) 
Loose leaf record books, permissibility, 1-57, 

1-5S 
Mimeographs, purchase of, by State de- 
partments as not requiring approval of 
Budget and Control Board, 1-541 
Office supplies, purchase of — 

by Budget and Control Board, 1-542, 1- 

543 
revolving fund for, 1-543 
Printing, Public (this index) 
Proclamations, charges for publication of, 
10-1308 



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ADMINISTRATION OF 
GOVERNMENT— Cont'd 

Public Officers and Employees (this index) 
Public Service Commission (this index) 
Purchases — 

blind persons, handiwork of, 1-28 
preference to local dealers, 1-25, 1-26 
preference to local products, 1-21 to 1-23 
violation of statutory requirements, ef- 
fect, 1-27 
Records, destruction when photographed, 1- 

59 
Regulations. Rules and Regulations (this 

index) 
Removal of certain officers — 
by Governor, 1-24 to 1-27 
elected by General Assembly, 1-43 
Reorganization of State Government (this 

index) 
Reports- 
annual — ■ 

contents, 1-45 
period covered, 1-44 
other officers, reference to, permissible, 

1-46 
special, 1-47 
Rules and Regulations (this index) 
Schools (this index) 
Secretary of State (this index) 
Senate (this index) 

Separation of legislative, executive, and 
judicial powers, SC Const, Art 1, § 14 
Solicitors (this index) 
State House (this index) 
Statutes (this index) 
Statutory Laws Committee (this index) 
Stenographers. Clerks, supra 
Superintendent of Education, State. Schools 

(this index) 
Suspension of officer elected by General 

Assembly, 1-43 
Tax anticipation borrowing, negotiable 

notes for, 1-53 
Taxation for expenses of State government, 

SC Const, Art 10, §2 
Textbook Commission. Schools (this in- 
dex) 
Treasurer, State (this index) 
Typists. Clerks, supra 

Water supply for State institutions in Co- 
lumbia, 1-463 



ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS 
Rules and Regulations (this index) 

ADMINISTRATORS 
Executors and Administrators (this index) 



ADMIRALTY 

Judicial power of United States, US Const, 
Art 3, § 2(1) 



ADMISSIONS TAX 
Generally, 65-801 to 65-822 

Alteration of tickets penalized, 65-S19 

Amateur performances as exempt, 65-802 

Athletic contests, amateur, exemption of, 
65-802 

Bathing places, public, not required to pay, 
65-831 

Benevolent purpose, entertainment for, as 
exempt, 65-802 

Charitable purposes, exemption of enter- 
tainment for, 65-802 

Civic purposes, exemption of entertainment 
for, 65-802 

Clerks of court, disposition by, of taxes 
collected, 15-1782 

Collection of tickets, 65-817 

College or university entertainments or ath- 
letic contest, exemption of, 65-802 

Columbia Music Festival Committee func- 
tions as exempt, 65-802 

Community entertainments, exemption of, 
65-802 

Compromise of delinquent taxes, 65-879, 65- 
880 

Counterfeit tickets, preparation or posses- 
sion of, penalized, 65-819 

Debt, character as, 65-870 

Discount for use of State-designed tickets. 
65-814 

Disposition by clerk of courts, of taxes 
collected for plays and shows, 15-17S2 

Errors in returns, correction of, 65-821 

Execution to enforce collection, 65-820, 65- 
821,65-871 to 65-873 

Exemptions — 

generally, 65-802 

Roosevelt birthday ball, 65-1592 

Fairs, admissions to, as exempt, 65-802 

Greenville Horse Show and Fair as exempt, 
63-802 

Imposition, 65-801 

Junior American Legion athletic contests, 
exemption of, 65-801 

rLien of tax, 65-870 
Motion picture theaters — 
not required to pay, 65-832 
V stage plays in, 65-838 
Payment- 
penalties for nonpayment, 65-820 to 65- 

822 
time for, 65-820 
Penalties for violation of statutory require- 
ments, 65-818 to 65-822 
interference with enforcement, 65-877 
nonpayment of tax, 65-820 
remission, 65-878 







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ADMISSIONS TAX— Cont'd 

Place other than for which ticket furnished, 

prohibition of use at, 65-816 
Price to be printed on ticket, 65-815 
Reassessment, 65-821 
Record of gross receipts, duty to keep and 

disclose, 65-853 
Refunds, 65-821 

Reuse of tickets penalized, 65-819 
Road shows presented in moving picture 

theater, 65-838 
School games, exemption of, 65-802 
Stamp tax on admission tickets, 65-813 
Tearing tickets in two on collection, 65-817 
Tickets — 

alteration penalized, 65-819 

collection, 65-817 

counterfeit, preparation or possession 

penalized, 65-819 
documentary stamp on, in lieu of use of 
tickets furnished by Commissions, 
65-813 
price to be printed on, 65-815 
reuse penalized, 65-819 
stamp tax on, 65-813 
State-designed, discount for use of, 65- 

814 

tearing on collection, 65-817 
to be prepared and distributed by Tax 
Commission, 65-812 

ADMISSION TO BAR 
Attorneys at Law (this index) 



ADOPTION— Cont'd 

Illegitimate children- 
gift, devise, bequest, or inheritance, re- 
strictions as to, 10-2587 
orphan or foundling home, child taken 

from, 10-2586 
restrictions on adoption of, 10-2585 
Orphans and Orphanages (this index) 
Petition for, 10-2581 _ 
Revocation of order of, 15-13S2 
Service of process, 10-2583 
Special legislation authorizing, prohibited, 

SC Const, Art 3, §34 
Venue, 10-2581, 10-2582 
Workmen's compensation, rights of rela- 
tives through adoption, 72-6, 72-16 



ADULTERATION 

Feed Stuffs (this index) 
Food ancTDrugs (this in.dex) 



ADULTERY OR FORNICATION 

Alimony and suit money, adulterous wife 

not entitled to, 20-113 
Conviction for, as disqualifying elector, SC 

Const, Art 2, § 6 
Criminal Conversation (this index) 
Definitions — 

adultery, 16-407 

fornication, 16-40S 
Divorce, ground for, 20-101(1) 
Dower barred by, 19-121 
Punishment for, 16-406 



ADOPTION 

Generally, 10-2581 to 10-2587 

Birth certificates, 32-1129 

Bond in cases of orphans, 15-1382 

Change of name on, 10-2584 
in children's courts, 15-1382 

Children's Bureau, consent of, 71-205 

Children's courts, adoptions in, 15-1382 

Decree, 10-2584 

Family court division of juvenile and do- 
mestic relations courts, jurisdiction of, 
15-1222 

Florence Civil Court, jurisdiction of, 15- 
1608 — 

Fraternal benefit association, adopted child 
as beneficiary, 37-906 

Guardian ad litem, 10-2583 

Inheritance by adopted child, 10-2584, 10- 
2587 
on adoptions in children's courts, 15- 
1382 

Inheritance tax, adopted children as chil- 
dren for purposes of, 65-451 



ADULTS 

Juvenile and domestic relations courts, 
children's court division of — 
previous record to be considered in pass- 
ing sentence, 15-1202 
separation of children and adults at hear- 
ings, 15-1194 



ADVANCEMENTS 
Intestacy, treatment in case of, 19-56 

ADVANCES 
Loans and Advances (this index) 

ADVERSE POSSESSION 

Claim of title, occupation under — 

by deed, judgment, or decree, 10-2422, 
10-2423 
sufficiency of possession, 10-2423, 10- 
2425 



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ADVERSE POSSESSION— Cont'd 

Claim of title, occupation under — Cont'd 
other than bv written instrument, 10- 
2424, 10-2425 
Deemed fee simple after 40 years, 10-129 
Grantee may sue in name of grantor, when, 

10-207 
Landlord and tenant, as affected by relation 

of, 10-2426 
Limitation of actions for recovery of land, 

10-124, 10-125, 10-129 
Persons under disability, 10-128 
Presumption as to, 10-2421 
Right of entry against heirs of disseizor, 

57-9 



ADVERTISING 

Alcohol and Alcoholic Beverages (this in- 
dex) 

Baegage, sale to satisfy obligation for hotel 
bill, 35-3 

Bonds (this index) 

Business schools, restrictions on advertising 
. by, 21-673 

Charleston County, letting sanitary or 
drainage contracts, 18-755 

Chester airport commission, sale of excess 
property by, 2-266 

Compensation for legal advertisements, 10- 
1308 

Drainage commissioners, letting of contract 
by, 18-271 

Dentists, unprofessional conduct of, 56-573 

Divorce, advertising to procure or aid in 
procuring, 20-120 

Escheated lands, sale or lease of, 57-208 

Escheats, advertising of — 
lands, 57-203 
money or goods, 57-222 

Estrays, 6-201, 6-203, 6-204 

False, penalized, 66-3 

Gaffney-Cherokee County airport commis- 
sion, sale of excess property by, 2-254 

Homestead, intention to set off, 34-2, 34-9 

Imitation of, when unlawful, 66-201 

Indecent advertisements, 16-415 

Judicial Sales (this index) 

Legal Notices (this index) 

Optometrists, 56-1075 

Pharmacist, person not registered as, 56- 
1312 

Railroad crossings, type of cross used for, 
penalty for use for advertising pur- 
poses, 58-740 

Research, Planning, and Development 
Board to advertise, 9-309 
selection of label for advertising prod- 
ucts grown in state, 9-310(8) 

Securities Act (this index) 

Taxation (this index) 

Trespassing stock, sale of, 6-319, 6-320 



ADVERTISING— Cont'd 

Walterboro-Colleton County airport com- 
mission, sale of property by, 2-289 

Waters, sale of drifted boats, lumber, etc., 
70-7 

Wines, Federal regulations adopted, 4-221 



AERONAUTICS 

Generally, 2-1 to 2-478 

Air instruction — 
denned, 2-53(8) 
supervision and control by Commission, 

2-55 
what required, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
452 [Reg. 1] 
Airports and landing fields, 2-101 to 2-133 

in particular counties, see under name 
of county 
Abbeville airport, 2-211 to 2-213 
acquisition of property for, 2-104 to 2- 
119 
air rights over private property, 2-105 
appeals, 2-114 
bonds for raising purchase price or 

award, 2-117 
counties, acquisition by, 2-103.1, 2- 

103.2 
county board of directors as con- 
demning board, 2-115 
easements for placing of safety mark- 
ers and lights, 2-106 
hearing, 2-111 
joinder of parties unknown or having 

questionable titles, 2-108 
notice of proceedings, 2-109, 2-110 
payment of condemnation awards, 2- 

112, 2-113 
possession of condemning authority, 

2-114 
service of notice of proceedings, 2- 

109 
single proceeding against various 
owners, 2-107 
airport fund — 

Lexington County, 2-385 
Williamsburg County, 2-458 
Anderson County, 2-221 to 2-226 
approval by Commission, 2-60 
Beaufort city, 2-231 
bonds tor- 
see under name of particular munici- 
pality 
power of Legislature to authorize, SC 
Const, Art 10, §6 
Camden, 2-361 

capital airport, 2-201 to 2-205 
Catawba-Ebenezer Townships Airport 

Commission, 2-471 to 2-478 
Charleston airport, closing roads adja- 
cent to, 2-241 
Chester County, 2-261 to 2-270 



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AERONAUTICS— Cont'd 

Airports and landing fields— Cont'd 
closing by Commission, 2-61 
Columbia Army Air Base property for- 
merly constituting, 2-381 to 2-Mb 
Commission's co-operation in establish- 
ment of county airports, 2-56 
deemed public and governmental pur- 
pose, 2-103 
denned, 2-53(5) 
establishment, control, etc., 2-56, £-H)&, 

2-116 
Fairfield County, 2-301 to 2-304 
finances, 2-117, 2-118 
Florence city, 2-311 
Gaffnev-Cherokee County Commission, 

2-251 to 2-254 
Greenwood Commission, 2-321 to 2-3-8 
Horry County Board, 2-331 to 2-335 
Jasper County Aeronautics Commission, 

2-351 to 2-354 
Kershaw, 2-371, 2-372 
Lexington County, 2-381 to 2-386 
local police regulations, 2-119 
Marlboro County Board, 2-39 to 2-394 
McCormick Commission, 2-401 to 2-403 
Myrtle Beach Commission, 2-341 to i.- 

343 
Newberry Commission, 2-411 to 2-414 
Palmer Field, 2-394 

rejection of application for establish- 
ment of, Commission to state rea- 
sons for, 2-68 
Research, Development, and Planning 
Department to promote system of, 
9-303(3) 
Saluda County Airport Commission, 2- 

441 to 2-444 
Shaw Field, building in vicinity of, 2-421 
State Ports Authority, power to oper- 
ate, etc., 54-14(4) . . 
supervision and control by Commission, 

2-55 
Uniform Airports Act, 2-101 to 2419 
United States Air Force Base or Airfield, 

protection of, 2-131 to 2-133 
Walterboro-Colleton County Commis- 
sion, 2-281 to 2-291 
Whitmire Commission, 2-431 to 2-434 
Williamsburg County Aeronautics Com- 
mission, 2-451 to 2-459 

Air schools — _ 

approval by Commission, 2-6U 
closing by Commission, 2-61 
defined, 2-53(9) 

rejection of application for establish- 
ment of, Commission to state rea- 
sons for, 2-68 
Beaches (this index) 

Burden of proof in criminal prosecution 
upon person relying on license, 2-sy 



AERONAUTICS— Cont'd 

Carriers, liability for injuries to passengers, 

2-22 
Citation of article 1, chapter 1, 2-1 
Clubs. Flying clubs, infra 
Collisions between aircraft, liability of own- 
er for damages caused by, 2-7 
Commission, State — _ 

administration, rules and regulations for, 

2-64 
appeals from orders of, 2-70 to 2-72 
approval of airports, air schools, etc., 2- 

60 
circuit court — ■ . 

aid of court, Commission may invoke, 

2-62 
appeals to, from orders of Commis- 
sion, 2-70, 2-72 
closing airports, air schools, etc., 2-61 
co-operation of, in establishment of 

airports, 2-56 
director of aeronautics, 2-52 
employees and assistants, 2-52 
expenses, 2-54 

reimbursement of members, em- 
ployees, and director, 2-52 
use of receipts to defray, 2-76 
expert witnesses, members may not be 

compelled to testify as, 2-63 
filing of rules and regulations, 2-65 _ 
investigations, inquiries, and hearings, 

2-62 
members, appointment, compensation, 

etc., 2-51 to 2-52 
offices, 2-54 ' 

powers and duties generally, 2-55, 2-56 
privilege of testimony obtained during 

investigations or hearings, 2-63 
reasons for certain orders to be stated 

regulations of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

p. 452 
report to Governor, 2-65 
seal, 2-64 

service of orders of, 2-69 
subpoenas, power to issue, 2-62 
Construction of article 1, chapter 1, Z-1Z 
Construction of article 1, chapter 3, 2-120 
Contracts entered into during flight, 2-9 
County commissions, see index under name 

of county 
Crimes during flight, 2-8 
Definitions, 2-2, 2-53 _ 
Dropping objects from aircraft 2-5, 2-W 
Enforcement of provisions, 2-66 
Exemption of aircraft engaged entirely in 

private flying from provisions, l-l* 
Fairfield County Aeronautics Commission, 

2-301 to 2-304 
Fees for licenses to be paid into State avia- 
tion fund, 2-75 
Flight, when lawful, 2-5 



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AERONAUTICS— Cont'd 

Flying clubs — 

approval by Commission, 2-60 
closing by Commission, 2-61 
denned, 2-53(10) 

rejection of application for establish- 
ment of, Commission to state rea- 
sons for, 2-68 
Flying schools. Air schools, supra 
Forced landing on land of another, 2-5, 2-6 
Governmental airports, provisions inap- 
plicable to, 2-60.1 
Guest in aircraft, liability of owner and op- 
erator for injury to, 2-21 
Hunting from aircraft, 2-11 
Hydroplanes, laws applicable, 2-2 
Injunction, enforcement of provisions by, 

2-66 
Inspections for purposes of enforcement, 

2-67 
Instruction. Air instruction, supra 
Isle of Palms, landing on strand of, prohib- 
ited, 46-751 
Landing on land of another, 2-5 
forced landings, 2-5, 2-6 
Isle of Palms, 46-751 
Landing fields. Airports and landing fields, 

supra 
Lessee of aircraft, liability for damages, 2-5, 

2-6 
Lease of property for airport. Airports and 

landing fields, supra 
Licensing of aircraft by United States, re- 
quired, 2-57 
display of license, 2-59 
Licensing of pilots by United States, 2-58 

display of license, 2-59 
Lien upon aircraft for personal injuries or 

property damage, 2-6 
Low level flying, 2-5, 2-10 
Municipal airports. Airports and landing 

fields, supra 
Narcotics (this index) 
Navigation facilities — 

approval by Commission, 2-60 
closing by Commission, 2-61 
governmental facilities, provisions in- 
applicable to, 2-60.1 
rejection of application for establish- 
ment of, Commission to state rea- 
sons for, 2-68 
Operators, liability for damages, 2-21 
Owner of aircraft, liability for damages, 2-5 

to 2-7, 2-21 
Ownership of space above lands and waters, 
2-4 

Penalty for violation of provisions or rules 
and regulations of Commission gener- 
ally, 2-73 

Research, Development, and Planning De- 
partment to promote, 9-303(3) 

Rules and regulations, Rules & Reg., Vol 7, 
p. 452 



AERONAUTICS— Cont'd 

Schools. Air schools, supra 

Sovereignty in space above lands and wa- 
ters, 2-3 

State aviation fund, moneys paid into, 2-75 

Tax on aviation gasoline to be paid into 
State aviation fund, 2-75 

Tires, larceny of, penalized, 46-804 

receiving, knowing to be stolen, 46-805 

Title of chapter 2, 2-77 

Title of chapter 3, article 1, 2-101 

Torts during flight, 2-8 

Traffic rules and regulations, Commission 
may prescribe, 2-55 

Trick or acrobatic flying, 2-10 



AFFIDAVITS 

In particular situations, see specific titles 

Administering oath for, fee of notary pub- 
lic, 27-506 

Armed forces' officers may take, during 
World War II, 44-475 

Arrest, sheriff to file affidavit of, Cir Ct 
Rule 4 

Attachment (this index) 

Birth date, proof by affidavit of older per- 
sons, 32-1145(8) 

Civil Arrest (this index) 

Claim and Delivery (this index) 

Clerks of courts may take, 15-1726 

Continuance, motion for, Cir Ct Rule 27 

Dentist license, forged affidavit in applica- 
tion for, 56-569 

Entitling of affidavits in actions, 10-21 

Filing of affidavits, duty of plaintiff's at- 
torney, Cir Ct Rule 68 

Injunction — 

motion to vacate or modify, affidavits on, 

10-2060 
temporary injunction, affidavit for, 10- 
2055.1 

Masters may take, 15-1816 

Merchant marine officers may take, during 
World War II, 44-475 

Notary public may take, 49-8, 49-11 

Pleadings, verification of, 10-604, 10-605 
in probate courts, Prob Ct Rule 6. 

Probate Courts and Judges (this index) 

Recording instruments, prerequisite for, 60- 
51 to 60-55, 60-62 

Search warrant, requirement of oath, US 
Const, 4th Amend; SC Const, Art 1, 
§16 

Watercourse, affidavits when general health 
affected by, 18-75 



AFFILIATED CORPORATIONS 

Telephone company transactions with, 58- 
382 



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AFFINITY 
Relatives (this index) 

AFFIRMATION 
Oath (this index) 

AFFRAY 
Riots and Mobs (this index) 

AFTERBORN CHILDREN 

Posthumous Children (this index) 
Testamentary provision for children, right 
to participate in, 19-236 

AGE 

Abduction, age of abducted girl, 16-403, 

16-404 
Governor, SC Const, Art 4, § 3 
Insurance (this index) 
Marriage, 20-24 
Motor carriers, age of drivers, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 766 [Reg. 1.28] 

President of the United States, US Const, 
Art 2, §1(4) 

Seduction, element of, 16-405 

Sexual intercourse, age of consent by un- 
married woman, 16-80 
constitutional provision as to, SC Const, 
Art 3, § 33 

United States Representatives, US Const, 
Art 1, §2(2) 

United States Senators, US Const, Art 1, 
§3(3) 

AGED AND INFIRM PERSONS 

Homes for, Health Board regulations as to, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 586 
facilities, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 586 

[RegB] 
lighting of halls and passageways, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 586 [Reg. B] 
nursing service, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

p. 586 [Reg. A] 
physicians to be available, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 586 [Reg. A] 
stairways, hand rails on, Rules & Reg., 
Vol 7, p. 586 [Reg. B] 
Jury duty, exemption of men over sixty-five 
years, 38-104 

Witnesses — 

depositions as, 26-704 

examination by commission as, 26-611 



AGENCY 

Affidavit by agent as proof of lack of knowl- 
edge of death of principal, 11-330 

Bank as agent in making collections, when, 
8-182 

Bedding laws, liabilities under, 32-1358 

Bills of lading, application of common-law 
rules of agency, 58-1705 

Bribery of agents, 16-570 

Carnivals and traveling tent shows, agents 
for service of process, 5-18 

Carrier's agents. Carriers (this index) 

Catawba-Ebenezer Townships Airport 
Commission as agent of townships, 2- 
476 

Corporate agents. Corporations (tin's in- 
dex) 

Creditors, agent of. Assignment for Bene- 
fit of Creditors (this index) 

Death of principal, validity of acts of agent 
after, 11-301 to 11-304 

Embezzlement by, as ground for civil ar- 
rest, 10-802(1) 

Federal agencies. Federal Government, In- 
strumentalities, and Laws (this index) 

Future delivery contracts, statements to be 
furnished by agent, 11-66 

Income tax return made by agent, 65-292 

Insurance Agents (this index) 

Lexington County property returned by 
Federal government, management, con- 
trol, etc. of, 2-383 to 2-385 

Negotiable Instruments (this index) 

Partnerships (this index) 

Personalty in charge of agent, liability for 
taxes on, 65-1626 

Police powers of railroad agents, 58-1221 to 
58-1223 

Railroads (this index) 

Reorganization Commission may appoint 
agent to examine books and papers, 9- 
215 

Service of process, corporation's duty to 
have agent for, SC Const, Art 9, § 4 

Street railways, agents of. Street Railways 
(this index) 

Williamsburg County Aeronautics Board as 
agent of county, 2-457 

Unstamped instrument, agent's liability for 
delivering, 65-697 



AGREED CASE 

Appeal, agreed statement of case on, 7-407 
Appeal from judgment on, 10-1514 
County court, agreed case in lieu of tran- 
script on appeal to circuit court, 7-344 
Judgment on, 10-1514 
Judgment roll, 10-1514 
Submission of, 10-1201 

without action, 10-1201 
Supreme Court rules as to, Sup Ct Rule 1 



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AGREEMENTS 
Contracts and Agreements (this index) 

AGRICULTURAL AND MECHAN- 
ICAL COLLEGES 

Clemson Agricultural College (this index) 
Colored Normal, Industrial, Agricultural, 
and Mechanical College (this index) 

AGRICULTURAL CREDITS ACT 

Inheritance tax, exemption of obligations, 
65-482 



AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT 
STATION 

Certification of seeds and plants, co-opera- 
tion with Clemson Agricultural College 
in, 3-443 
Clemson Agricultural College (this index) 
Crop Improvement Association, co-opera- 
tion with, 3-407 
Feeding stuffs, analysis of, 3-636 
Soil conservation committee, director as ad- 
visor to, 63-61.2 



AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION 
SERVICE 

Certification of seeds and plants, co-opera- 
tion with Clemson Agricultural Col- 
lege in, 3-443 

Chief of Division of Markets may be ap- 
pointed as marketing director of Agri- 
cultural Marketing Commission, 3-206 

Crop Improvement Association, co-opera- 
tion with, 3-407 

Federal aid, 3-27, 3-28 

Soil conservation committee, director to 
serve as advisor to, 63-61.2 



AGRICULTURAL FAIRS 
Fairs and Fair Associations (this index) 

AGRICULTURAL LABOR 

Contracts for. Labor (this index) 

Labor law provisions inapplicable to, 40-15, 

40-161 
Liens for. Agricultural Liens (this index) 
Minor under age of sixteen, employment of, 

40-161 
Unemployment compensation as not pay- 
able to employees engaged in agri- 
culture, 68-22 

[8 SC Code]— 2 



AGRICULTURAL LABOR— Cont'd 

Workmen's Compensation Act as not in- 
cluding persons employed in agriculture, 
72-13 



AGRICULTURAL LIENS 

Generally, 45-501 to 45-513 

Acceleration of maturity of debt by disposal 
of crop and failure to apply proceeds, 
45-512 
Advances, lien for — ■ 
Landlord's lien, infra 
supplies, 45-505 
Bond to obtain repossession of crop seized, 

45-513 
Fees — 

for filing, indexing, and certifying land- 
lord's lien for advances, 45-504 
for search of liens, for Secretary of 
Agriculture, 27-66 
Laborer's lien on crops, 45-502 

priority, 45-503 
Landlord's lien for rent and advances, 45- 
501 
contest of amount due, 45-507 
enforcement — - 
costs, 45-509 
fees allowable, 45-509 
magistrate's court, enforcement in, 
45-508 
indexing, 45-504 
priority, 45-503 

seizure and sale of crop, 45-506 
affidavits, requisites of, 45-510 
bond to obtain warrant, 45-511 
vacation of warrant of seizure, 45- 
510 
not affected by landlord and tenant legis- 
lation, 41-3 
not affected by recording of marketing 
contracts, 60-354 
Magistrate's court, enforcement in, 45-508 
Possession of crop seized, recovery of, 45- 

513 
Priorities, 45-503 
Recording fees, 27-51 

local provisions, 27-52, 27-69 to 27-101 
Search for, at request of Secretary of Agri- 
culture, 27-66, 60-304.1 
Seizure and sale of crop — 

to enforce lien. Landlord's lien, supra 
to prevent defeat of lien, 45-506, 45-507 
Supplies, lien for, 45-505 



AGRICULTURAL MARKETING 
V_XGenerally, 3-201 to 3-331 
Centers. Farm marketing centers, infra 



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AGRICULTURAL MARKETING 
— Cont'd 

City farm marketing centers. Farm market- 
ing centers, infra 
Columbia Marketing Commission (this in- 
dex) 
Commission, State. Agricultural Marketing 

Commission (this index) 
Contracts. Marketing Contracts (this in- 
dex) 
County farm marketing centers. Farm mar- 
keting centers, infra 
Department of Agriculture, Markets Divi- 
sion of, duties with respect to market- 
ing of farm products, 66-322 to 66-325 
Farm marketing centers — 
authorization, 3-251 
borrowing for, 3-253 
cannery, inclusion of, 3-252 
condemnation of property for, 3-253 
creamery, inclusion of, 3-252 
feed grinding and mixing plant, inclu- 
sion of 3-252 
Florence County Truck Market, 3-331 
Lancaster County marketing building, 

3-311 to 3-314 
meat packing house, inclusion of, 3-252 
mortgaging, 3-253 

poultry and eggs assembly plant, inclu- 
sion of, 3-252 
processing equipment, inclusion of, 3- 

252 
Spartanburg County Farmers' Market, 
3-321 to 3-324 
Florence City-County Agricultural Commis- 
sion (this index) 
Lancaster County marketing building. Lan- 
caster County (this index) 
Lee County Agricultural Marketing Com- 
mission. Lee County (this index) 
Lexington County Marketing Commission. 

Lexington County (this index) 
Local marketing authorities, 3-241 to 3-244 
bylaws, 3-243 
incorporation, 3-242 
officers, election of, 3-243 
petitions for, 3-241 
Recording of marketing contracts. Mar- 
keting Contracts (this index) 
Spartanburg County Farmers' Market. 

Spartanburg County (this index) 
Spartanburg County Curb Market Commis- 
sion. Spartanburg County (this index) 
Sumter County market facilities 3-330 to 3- 

330.2 
Supervision by State Marketing Commis- 
sion, 3-244 
Wholesale farmers' markets — 

bonds issuable against revenue, 3-221 to 
3-228 



AGRICULTURAL MARKETING 

— Cont'd 

Wholesale farmers' markets — Cont'd 

powers of Agricultural Marketing Com- 
mission as to, 3-208 
proceeds of operations, deposit and dis- 
bursements, 3-213 

AGRICULTURAL MARKETING 
COMMISSION 

See also Columbia Marketing Commission; 

Greenville County Marketing Commission; 

Jasper County Marketing Board 

Bonds — 

Budget and Control Board may purchase, 

3-228 
default, operation of project through court 

in case of, 3-230 
enforcement, methods of, 3-231 
fiduciaries may invest in, 3-329 
issuance, 3-221 to 3-228 
liens, statutory, to be postponed to rights 

of bondholders, 3-227 
receiver, appointment of, in case of de- 
fault, 3-230 
refinancing, 3-232 
sale, 3-228 
Bonds of employees, 3-207 
Buyers' services, to whom available, 3-210 
Clemson Agricultural College president as 

ex officio member, 3-202 
Columbia State Farmers' Market, regula- 
tions for operation of, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 465, 466 
Compensation, 3-205 
Contributions to, by Greenville County 

Marketing Commission, 3-286 
Co-operation of Lexington County Market- 
ing Commission with, 3-319.7 
Director — 

appointment, 3-206, 3-208 
bond, 3-207 
Domicile, 3-204 
Duties generally, 3-208 
Executive secretary, 3-206 
Federal grants, reception and use, 3-208 
Grading services, to whom available, 3-210 
Inspection services, to whom available, 3- 

210 
Lease of project facilities, power to make, 3- 

223 
Lee County Agricultural Marketing Com- 
mission. Lee County (this index) 
Lexington County Marketing Commission. 

Lexington County (this index) 
Liens, postponement to rights of bondhold- 
ers, 3-223, 3-227 
Loans to local marketing authorities, 3-208 
[SSCCode] 



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AGRICULTURAL MARKETING 
COMMISSION— Cont'd 

Local marketing authorities — 
formation of, 3-241 
supervision of and assistance, 3-244 
Marketing facilities, power to provide, 3- 

208 
Meetings, 3-205 
Members- 
appointment, 3-202 
number of, 3-202 
qualifications, 3-202 
term of officer, 3-203 
Penalties for violation of statute or regula- 
tions, 3-212 
Powers generally, 3-208 

cumulative character, 3-215 
Procedure, rules of, 3-204 
Processing equipment, power to provide, 

3-208 
Proxy, ex officio members may act by, 3- 

202 
Purpose of creation, 3-201 
Records, 3-202, 3-212 
Refinancing bonds, 3-232 
Research work, 3-208 
Revenue bonds. Bonds, supra 
Rules and regulations, Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7, p. 465, 466 
filing and posting, 3-209 
power to promulgate, 3-208 
Spartanburg County Curb Market Com- 
mission. Spartanburg County (this in- 
dex) 
Unsound markets not to be established by, 

3-211 
Vacancies, how filled, 3-203 



AGRICULTURAL SEEDS 
Seeds (this index) 

AGRICULTURE 

Generally, 3-1 to 3-678 

Bees (this index) 
Brands or marks, 66-221 to 66-231 
Buyer of produce failing or refusing to 
make payment before disposing of pur- 
chase, penalized, 3-49, 3-51 
Cattle raising, promotion of, as duty of 

Commissioner, 3-6 
Certification of seeds and plants. Seed and 

Plant Certification (this index) 
Chattel mortgages on crops — 
future advances, validity, 45-55 
judicial sale of land as not impairing, 45- 

160 
recording, 60-303, 60-304, 60-308 
fees, 27-60 

in certain counties, 27-64, 27-65 



AGRICULTURE— Cont'd 

Chattel mortgages on crops — Cont'd 
recording — Cont'd 

Richland County, 60-304 
Saluda County, 60-304 
Sumter County, 60-308 
requisites of, 45-152 

search for crop liens at request of Secre- 
tary of Agriculture, 27-66, 60-304.1 
Clemson Agricultural College (this index) 
Colored Normal, Industrial, Agricultural, 

and Mechanical College (this index) 
Commissioner — 

actions by or against, 3-15 

Agricultural Marketing Commission, 

membership in, 3-202 
alcoholic liquors, disposition of fees for 

storage of, 4-9 
annual report — 

commercial disinfectants, report to in- 
clude operation and expenses as 
to, 32-1759 
milk and milk products, weighing and 
testing of, report to show re- 
ceipts and expenditures in con- 
nection with, 32-1609.10. 
baby chicks, enforcement of restrictions 

on sale of, 66-604 
bread, enriched, regulations as to, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 454 
clerk — 

appointment, 3-4 
compensation, how payable, 3-5 
qualifications, 3-4 
commercial disinfectants, powers and du- 
ties as to. Commercial Disinfect- 
ants (this index) 
compensation, how payable, 3-5 
confiscation of seed for noncompliance 

with statute, 3-432, 3-433 
co-operative marketing association's re- 
port to, 12-819 
Corn Meal and Grits (this index) 
department generally. Department, in- 
fra 
diseased animals, enforcement of pro- 
hibition against sale of flesh of, 6 : 408 
duties, generally, 3-6 et seq 
educational exhibits at county fairs, 

14-651 to 14-653 
eggs, enforcement of statutory provi- 
sions as to, 66-604 
election, 3-3 

executive department, membership in, 1-1 
feeding stuffs — 

grading, regulations governing, 3-608, 

3-609, 3-652 
inspection and analysis, 3-631 to 3-637 
notification by Commissioner of al- 
leged violation of statutory re- 
quirements, 3-657 
permit to report and pay inspection 
fee in lieu of using stamps, 3-644 



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AGRICULTURE— Cont'd 

jmmissioner — Cont'd 
feeding stuffs — Cont'd 

refusal or cancelation of registration, 

3-613 
regulations as to, 3-608, 3-651, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 454, 455 
statement and sample to be filed with, 

3-611 
suspending sales of, 3-653 
fees and costs for registration of com- 
mercial disinfectants, 32-1753 
flour and bread, suspending requirements 
as to vitamins or minerals, 32-1534 
flour, bleached, regulations as to, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 461 [Reg. 2, 3] 
flour, enriched, regulations as to, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 453 
food and drug laws, enforcement duties 
as to, 32-1454 
laws as to adulteration and misbrand- 
ing, 32-1524, 32-1525 
gasoline inspection, regulations as to. 

Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 457. 
Gasoline Tax (this index) 
handbook of State, publication of, 3-11 
hominv grits, regulations as to, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 452 
information to be furnished to, by State 
departments and institutions, 3-12 
inspection of measuring devices, 66-153 
limestone, ground, obtaining of, 3-7 
marl, obtaining of, 3-7 
milk, regulations as to, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, pp. 456, 457 
skimmed milk, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 461 [Reg. 1,3] 
milk and milk products, powers and 
duties in connection with determina- 
tion of milk and butter fat contents 
of, 32-1609 to 32-1609.10 
office supplies, 1-3 
oil inspection, regulations as to, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 457 
oleomargarine, powers in case of short- 
age of required vitamins, 32-1684 
petroleum products, duties as to, 66-401 
to 66-421 
analysts, chemists, and inspectors, 

66-402 
power to issue rules and regulations, 

66-415 
reports to General Assembly, 66-421 
proprietary preparations for stock or 
poultry, duties as to, 3-671 to 3-677 
publicizing advantages of State, 3-11 
qualifications, 3-2 
records, preservation of, 3-14 
report, annual, 3-13 
reports to General Assembly — 
petroleum products, 66-421 
warehousing operations, 69-134 



AGRICULTURE— Cont'd 

Commissioner — Cont'd 
seeds — 

access to premises to examine, 3-422 

analysis and tests, 3-421 

duty to enforce statutory provisions 

as to, 3-402 
prosecution of violators of statute, 

3-435 
regulations as to, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, pp. 458, 459 
samples, taking of, 3-422 
term, 3-3 
tobacco warehouseman's reports to, 

69-24 to 69-27 
vacancy in office, filling of, 3-3 
venue of actions by or against, 3-15 
warehouses, regulations as to, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 461-463 
weights and measures — 

incorrect, seizure and destruction, 

66-154,66-155 
inspection of weighing devices, 66-153 
rules and regulations as to, 66-163; 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 464 
Commission merchant failing to account 

for produce, penalized, 3-50, 3-51 
Containers for farm products. Containers 

(this index) 
Contracts — 

for agricultural labor. Labor (this in 

dex) 
leases. Landlord and Tenant (this in- 
dex) 
marketing. Maketing Contracts (this 
index) 
Corn (this index) 
Cotton (this index) 
County auditors — 

blanks for agricultural statistics to be 

furnished to, 3-21 
return of agricultural information, 3-23 
County, boards of, see index under name of 

particular county 
Crop Pest Commission (this index) 

Crops — 

borrowing for minors and incompetents, 
decree as to annual crop loans, 10- 
2565 

Clemson Agricultural College (this in- 
dex) 

condemnation of property, right to com- 
pensation for growing crop, 25-71 

criminal liability for burning of, 16-314 
by tenant, 16-385 

decedent's estate, crop as asset of, 19- 
478, 19-479 

dower property, right to bequeath crops 
on, 19-203 

drainage works, injury to, 18-40'' 

liens on. Agricultural Liens (this in- 
dex) 



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AGRICULTURE— Cont'd 

Crops — Cont'd 

mortgages. Chattel mortgages, supra 
overflowing lands of another as causing 

injury to, 18-5 
Rural Electrification Authority to fur- 
nish services for preservation of, 25- 
309 
Demonstration agent, county, 14-306 
Department of — 

advertising purposes, use of name for, 
prohibited, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
459 [Reg. 8] 
alcoholic liquors, storage of, 4-9 
annual report, 3-13 
brucellosis, co-operation in control and 

eradication of, 6-455 
chemists — 

butter or cheese imitations, certificate 

of analysis as to, 32-1671 
food and drug laws, enforcement of, 
32-1524 
certification of seeds and plants, co-oper- 
ation with Clemson Agricultural 
College in, 3-443 
Commissioner, supra 
corn meal and grits, enforcement of laws 

as to, 32-1558 
cotton warehouse system, power to op- 
erate, 69-101 
duties, generally, 3-1 
flour and bread, enforcement of laws as 

to. 32-1536 
food and drug laws, enforcement duties 
of chemists and inspectors, 32-1454. 
32-1524 
Foundation Seed Organization, co-op- 
eration with, 3-407 
ice cream, powers and duties as to. 
Milk and Milk Products (this in- 
dex) 
licensing seed dealers, 3-404 
marketing of farm products, duties and 
functions of Division of Markets 
as to, 66-322 to 66-325 
Milk and Milk Products (this index) 
oleomargarine. Milk and Milk Products 

(this index) 
petroleum products, enforcement of 

laws as to, 66-401 et seq 
seed laboratory, 3-403 
seed, rules and regulations as to, 3-402 
warehouse system, operation of, 69-101 
to 69-135 
Experiment station. Agricultural Experi- 
ment Station (this index) 
Extension service. Agricultural Extension 

Service (this index) 
Factors failing to account for produce, pe- 
nalized, 3-50, 3-51 
Fairs. Fairs and Fair Associations (this 
index) 



AGRICULTURE— Cont'd 

Feeding Stuffs (this index) 
Fertilizers (this index) 

Fines for offenses on grounds of State 
Agricultural Fair to go to its treasurer, 
3-52 
Florence City-County Agricultural Com- 
mission (this index) 
Fruit, larceny of, penalized, 3-42 
Gasoline used in farm operations as not 

subject to tax. 65-1101 to 65-1114 
Ginseng — 

digging on another's land penalized, 3-45 
digging or injuring during certain peri- 
ods, penalized, 3-44 
Grain, larceny of, penalized, 3-41 
Greenville County Marketing Commission 

(this index) 
Hay ricks, burning of, penalized, 3-47 
Income tax, exemption of agricultural or- 
ganization from, 65-226 
Inoculating material, provision of, 3-9, 3-10 
Insecticides and Fungicides (this index) 
Kilns, burning of, penalized, 3-47, 3-48 
Labor. Agricultural Labor (this index) 
Lands for sale, duty of Commissioner to 
collect and publicize information as to, 
3-6 
Larceny of agricultural products penalized — 
field crops, 3-41 
fruit, 3-42 
melons, 3-42 

tobacco plants from beds, 3-43 
Leases. Landlord and Tenant (this index) 
Liens, agricultural. Agricultural Liens 

(this index) 
Marketing. Agricultural Marketing (this 

index) 
Marketing Commission. Agricultural Mar- 
keting Commission (this index) 
Marks or brands, 66-221 to 66-231 
Melons, larceny of, penalized, 3-42 
Mortgages. Chattel mortgages, supra 
Newberry County (this index) 
Nurseries, Nurserymen, and Nursery Stock 

(this index) 
Packing of farm products — 

conformity to standard grade, 66-326 
Containers (this index) 
Planters' books as evidence, 26-141 
Recording of marketing contracts. Mar- 
keting Contracts (this index) 
Research, Planning, and Development 
Board — 
to advertise advantages of State for 

agriculture, 9-309(8) 
to promote and encourage development 
of agriculture, 9-303(6) 
Ricks, burning of, penalized — 
corn or grain, 3-48 

hay, straw, or grain, in night time, 3-47 
Sales tax, exemption of agricultural prod- 
ucts or machinery from, 65-1404 



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AGRICULTURE— Cont'd 

Schools, elements of agriculture to be taught 

in, 21-411 
Seeds — 

generally. Seeds (this index) 
certification of. Seed and Plant Certifi- 
cation (this index) 
Clemson Agricultural College (this in- 
dex) 
Commissioner of Agriculture. Commis- 
sioner, supra 
Sharecropping (this index) 
Soil Conservation (this index) 
Stacks, burning of, penalized — 
corn or grain in daytime, 3-48 
hay, straw or grain, in night time, 3-47 
Straw ricks, burning of, penalized, 3-47 
Submarginal lands, acquisition by Forest- 
ry Commission, 29-14 
Taxation (this index) 

Tenants. Landlord and Tenant (this index) 
Tobacco, flue- cured, promotion of export 

trade in, 3-246 to 3-249.9 
Tobacco plants, theft of, from beds, penal- 
ized, 3-43 
Trademarks, 66-221 to 66-231 
Turpentine farms, setting fires near, penal- 
ized, 3-46 
Unemployment compensation as not pay- 
able to employees engaged in, 68-22 
Vegetables, larceny of, penalized, 3-41 
Vocational Education (this index) 
Watermelons (this index) 
Wheat (this index) 
Wholesale sales to farmers, permissibility, 

66-85 
Workmen's Compensation Act, exclusion of 
persons employed in agriculture from 
benefits of, 72-13 

AGRICULTURE COMMISSIONER 
Agriculture (this index) 

AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT 
Agriculture (this index) 

AID 
Public Welfare (this index) 

AIDERS AND ABETTORS 

See also Accessories 

Arson, 16-311 to 16-314, 16-319 
Duelling, 16-62 

Forgery and counterfeiting, 16-351 (d) 
Fraudulent breach of trust, 16-305 
Gas, unlawful appropriation, 58-154 



AIDERS AND ABETTORS— Cont'd 

Lynching, members of mob committing, 

16-59.1 
Poisoning, 16-53, 16-56 
Prisoners, aiding escape of, 16-231, 16-232 
from peniteniary, 55-357 



AID OF EXECUTION 
Supplemental Proceedings (this index) 

AIKEN, CITY OF 

Bond commission, 47-881 to 47-901 
attorney, 47-886 
chairman, 47-883 
checks and warrants, 47-898 
commissioners, provisions as to, 47-882 
compensation, 47-884 
establishment of, 47-881 
fines and penalties, 47-901 
information furnished by city officials, 

47-892 
investment of funds, 47-894, 47-895 
lending money to city, 47-895 
meetings, 47-887 

operating expense, city to pay, 47-900 
outstanding bonds, record of, 47-891 
payment of bonds, 47-897 
proceeds — 

deposit of, 47-889 
disbursement of, 47-890 
records, 47-887 
removal, 47-885 
report of commission, 47-899 
rules and regulations, 47-888 
safe place, securities, etc., to be kept in, 

47-896 
sale of bonds, 47-889 
secretary, 47-883 to 47-885 
sinking fund moneys, city to turn over, 

47-893 
treasurer, 47-883 to 47-885 
violation of regulations, 47-901 
Bonded indebtedness, when not within con- 
stitutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 8, 
§ 7 [Vol. 7, p. 223] 
Clerk and treasurer as secretary of Police 

Civil Service Commission, 53-803 
Electric light plant, bonds for, when not 
within constitutional debt limit, SC 
Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 223] 
Planning commission — ■ 

amendment of zoning ordinance, 47-1106 
appeal from commission, 47-1111 
appropriations, 47-1112 
building inspector, 47-1110 
changes in zoning plan, 47-1104 
co-operation of city officials, 47-113 
council, submission of certain ordinances 
by, 47-1107 



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AIKEN, CITY OF— Cont'd 

Planning commission — Cont'd 

gifts, acceptance and use of, 47-1112 
permit to build or repair, 47-1109 
preparation of plan, 47-1103 
public hearing on zoning plan, 47-1041 
submission of plan for zoning by com- 
mission, 47-1104 
zoning ordinance, 47-1105 to 47-1108 
Police Civil Service Commission, 53-801 to 
53-819 
budget, submission to mayor and council, 

53-805 
commissioners, 53-802 
chairman, 53-803 
meetings, 53-S04 
qualifications, 53-802 
secretary, city clerk and treasurer as, 

53-803 
term of office, 53-802 
enforcement of laws, duties as to, 53-806 
established, 53-801 
permanent police force, 53-808 

applications for positions, 53-810 
charges against officers — 

bringing officer to trial, 53-816 
conduct of trial, 53-817 
punishment for certain offenses, 
53-818 
chief of police, 53-808, 53-809 
dismissal or removal of officers, 53- 
815 
during probation period, 53-813 
examinations for positions, 53-S10 
lieutenant of police, 53-80S 
probation period, 53-813 
special and temporarv appointments, 

53-811 
suspension of officers, 53-814 
vacancies, filing of, 53-812 
records and reports, 53-819 
rules and regulations, 53-806, 53-807 
emergency regulations, 53-807 
Sewerage system, bonds for, when not with- 
in constitutional debt limit, SC Const, 
Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 223] 
Streets, bonds for establishing and main- 
taining, when not within constitutional 
debt limit, SC Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, 
p. 223] 
Tax assessors, 65-1806 
United States, land ceded to, 39-107 
Water works bonds, when not within con- 
stitutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 8, 
§ 7 [Vol. 7, p. 223] 



AIKEN COUNTY 

For matters relating to counties generally, 
see Counties 



Agriculture (this index) 



AIKEN COUNTY— Cont'd 

Atomic Energy Commission, special state 

constables for, 53-731 to 53-736 
Auditor to place redeemed land on tax 

books, 65-2946 
Bailiffs, 15-1923 

Bath Lake, operation of motor boats on, 
with exhausts or cutouts open, 70-321 
Board — • 

accounts, 14-781 

attorney, employment of, 14-763 

claims against county, duty to pass upon, 

14-781 
clerk, employment of, 14-762 
District commissioners, infra 
employees, fixing compensation of, 14- 

757 
expenditures, statement of, to be pub- 
lished, 14-781, 14-783, 14-785 
farming operations, 14-758 
number of members, 14-752 
powers, 14-752 
roads, new, 14-757 

salaries not to be paid unless statement 
of expenditure is published, 14-784 
Boundaries, 14-52 

Burning over certain lands in between Oc- 
tober 15 and May 15, permit required, 
29-101 
Carnivals and traveling tent shows in, 5-2 
Chain gangs — 

generally. Chain Gangs (this index) 
clothing of prisoners, law inapplicable, 

55-473 
prison camp, 55-521 
use of, 55-453 
Circuit court and terms, 15-261, 15-263 
general provisions as to. Circuit Courts 
(this index) 
Claims against, approval for payment, 14- 

781, 14-782 
Commissioners. District commissioners, in- 
fra 
Confederate pensions, additional pension to 

widows, 44-561 
Congressional districts, 23-554 
Constables — 

generally. Constables (this index) 
official bond, 43-512 
Schultz Township, 43-513 
Coroner's jurors, compensation, 17-133 
Cotton weighers and weighing, applicabil- 
ity of provisions as to, 13-117 
Courts — 

bailiffs, 15-1923 
Constables, supra 

general sessions, compensation of wit- 
nesses, 27-619 
jurors, compensation of, 38-308(10) 
Magistrates, infra 
Masters, infra 
Probate judges, infra 
Dance hall licenses, 5-603 



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AIKEN COUNTY— Cont'd 

District commissioners — 
bonds, 14-754 

bridges, maintenance of, 14-757 
County Board member, 14-752 
duties, 14-757 
election, 14-754 
employees, power to hire and discharge, 

14-757 
inspection of work done, 14-782 
powers, 14-757 
removal, 14-754 
residents of districts, 14-755 
roads, maintenance of, 14-757 
terms of office, 14-754 
vacancy in office of, how filled, 14-756 
Districts, 14-755 

Drainage districts, establishment of, 18-212 
Electricity. Orangeburg-Aiken Hyrdo- 

Electric Commission (this index) 
Employees — 

clerical employees — 

eight hour day for, 14-764 
Saturday half holiday, 14-765 
compensation, by whom fixed, 14-757 
district commissioners' power to hire 

and discharge, 14-757 
supervisor's power to hire and dis- 
charge, 14-760 
Fairs and Fair Associations (this index) 

Finance — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
Orangeburg-Aiken Hydro-Electric Com- 
mission not to create debt against 
county, 24-416 
Financial statement, publication in towns 

over 200, 47-808 
Fiscal year, generally, 14-16, 14-17 
Forestry board, 29-55 to 29-58 
Forfeited land commission — ■ 

generally. Counties (this index) 
adjustment of taxes provision not appli- 
cable after conveyance to, 65-2965 
conveyance of tax-forfeited land to, 65- 

2941 
deed on redemption, 65-2946, 65-2947 
legal services and expenses on redemp- 
tion, 65-2948 
notice of conveyance of tax forfeited 

lands to, 65-2941, 65-2942 
possession by person redeeming, duty of 

sheriff to place person in, 65-2949 
possessor of property, when entitled to 

redeem, 65-2947 
redemption after conveyance to, 65-2943 
redemption of forfeited land, 65-2945 to 

65-2949 
title, as subect to right of interested per- 
son to redeem, 65-2944 

Foxes — 

open season for, 28-426 
trapping in, 28-491 



AIKEN COUNTY— Cont'd 

Game warden, term of office, 28-122 
Game zone, 28-5 

General sessions court witnesses, compen- 
sation of, 27-619 
Highways — 
generally — ■ 

Counties (this index) 
Highways (this index) 
funds for construction and maintenance, 
apportionment and expenditure, 33- 
1411 
relocation of county roads affected by 
Savannah River Plant project, 33- 
200 
road fund, 33-1412, 33-1413 
House of Representatives, number of mem- 
bers apportioned to, 30-1 
constitutional provision, SC Const, Art 
3, §3 
Ice plants, municipal, exception from pro- 
vision permitting, SC Const, Art 8, § 13 
Judicial sales of real estate, fees for, 10-1776 
Jurors, compensation of, 38-308(10) 
Library commission — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
appointment of members, 42-301 
chairman, 42-302 

Dibble Memorial Library, lease of build- 
ing, lands, books and equipment, 42- 
303 
duties, 42-303 

finances and expenditures, 42-304 
meetings. 42-302 
powers, 42-303 

removability of members, 42-301 
secretary, 42-302 
terms of members, 42-301 
vacancies, how filled, 42-301 
Licenses of nonresidents selling or deliver- 
ing goods by truck, 65-3371 
Litigants unable to advance required fees, 

assistance of, 14-775 
Magistrates — 

generally. Magistrates (this index) 
monthly reports, 43-14 
official bond, 43-512 
Schultz Township, 43-513 
term of office, SC Const, Art 5, § 20 
territorial jurisdiction, 43-511 
Marriage license fees, disposition of, 20-32 
Marriage record, establishment of, 20-49 

Masters — 

generally. Counties (this index) 

appointment, 15-1803 

bond, 15-1807 

compensation, 15-1817 

established in, 15-1801 

fees, 27-202 

practice of law by, 1 5-1 SI 3 
Mortgage foreclosure, costs, commissions 
and fees to be paid out of proceeds of 
sale, 14-775 



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AIKEN COUNTY— Cont'd 

Mules, peddling of, 56-1231 to 56-1235 
Officers — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
particular officers, see appropriate lines 
fees — 

collection, duty of, 14-773 
payment to treasurer, 14-774 
salaries in lieu of, 14-771 
monev obligations, power to create, 14- 

751 
penalty for violation of statutory provi- 
sions as to fees, 14-776 
salaries in lieu of fees, 14-771 
Saturday half holiday for, 14-765 
Partition, costs, commissions and fees In 
actions for to be paid out of proceeds 
of sale, 14-775 
Peddling horses or mules, 56-1231 to 56- 

1235 
Planning — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
Commission, 14-393 
Polling precincts in, 23-155 
Probate judge — 

generally. Probate Courts and Judges 

(this index) 
clerk, 15-426 

fee for copy of marriage record, 27-306 
marriage ceremonies, compensation for 
performing to be retained by, 14-771 
Recall of intendant or warden in towns 

under 1,000, 47-131 to 47-134 
Registration books, notice of opening of, 

not required, 23-65 
Road fund, 33-1412, 33-1413 
Rural housing, 36-261 to 36-264 
Rural police, authority of, 53-361 
Schools — 

general provisions as to. Schools (this 

index) 
Belvedere, special provisions for, 21- 

1068 
Board of Education — 

apportionment of school funds among 

districts, 21-1054 
budgets, preparation of, 21-1051 
chairman, 21-1034 
compensation, 21-1034 
duties, 21-1035 
election, 21-1031, 21-1032 
holidays, power to establish, 21-1036 
lines of districts, right to straighten, 

21-1069 
meetings, 21-1034 
minutes, 21-1034 
Negro high school, supervision of, 

21-1094 
number of members, 21-1031 
powers, 21-1035 

qualifications of members, 21-1031 
secretary, 21-1034 



AIKEN COUNTY— Cont'd 

Schools — Cont'd 

Board of Education — Cont'd 

teachers' contracts to be approved by, 

21-1037 
term of office, 21-1033 
terms of school, fixing of, 21-1036 
trustees for districts, appointment of, 

21-1063 
vacancies, how filled, 21-1033 -^ 
vice-chairman, 21-1034 
bonds, district, permissible amount, SC 
Const, Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 7, p. 295] 
budgets, 21-1051 
Center, 21-1068 
Clearwater, 21-1068 
designation of districts, 21-1061 
disbursement of school funds, 21-1055 
District No. 1 — 
budget, 21-1084 
funds, keeping and disbursement, 21- 

1085 
nonresident pupils, 21-1082 
residents, free schools for, 21-1082 
secondary teachers or employees, 21- 

1086 to 21-1088 
superannuation of teachers or em- 
ployees, 21-1086 to 21-1088 
tax anticipation borrowing, 21-1083 
Trustees, Board of — 
organization, 21-1081 
regulations, power to adopt, 21- 
1081 
District No. 47, right to portion of 

Orangeburg County tax, 21-131 
Downer, special provisions for. 21-1068 
Gloverville, special provisions for, 21- 

1068 
holidays, fixing of, 21-1036 
Jackson, special provisions for, 21-1068 
lines of districts, straightening, 21-1069 
Negro high school, 21-1091 to 21-1095 
New Holland, special provisions for, 21- 

1068 
Redd's Branch, special provisions for, 

21-1068 
Superintendent of Education — 

appealability of actions of, 21-1041 
authority, 21-1041 

ex officio secretary to Board of Edu- 
cation, 21-1034 
warrants for District No. 1, approval 
of, 21-1085 
Talatha-Hawthorne, special provisions 

for, 21-1068 
taxes, 21-1051 to 21-1053 

assessors for various districts, 65- 

1806 
bond tax, territory added to district 

to bear proportion of, 21-1062 
reduction or discontinuance, general 
provisions inapplicable to county, 
21-936 



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AIKEN COUNTY— Cont'd 

Schools— Cont'd 

teachers' contracts to be approved by 

Board of Education, 21-1037 
trustees — 

appointment or election, 21-1063, 21- 

1064 
budget, preparation of, 21-1067 
duties, 21-1067 
removal of, 21-1065 
residence, place of, 21-1066 
teachers, employment of, 21-1067 
term of office, 21-1063 
Sheriff— 

generally. Sheriffs (this index) 

deputy sheriff to perform duties of 

former county policemen, 53-87 
fees for dieting prisoners, 27-405 
industrial communities, jurisdiction of 

certain deputies for, 53-110 
redemptioner of tax delinquent property, 
placing in possession, 65-2949 
Shops, management by supervisor, 14-760 
Soil conservation committee area for se- 
lection of members, 63-61.1 
South Carolina Retirement System, partici- 
pation in, 61-131, 61-134, 61-135 
Streams, inapplicability of statutory require- 
ments as to, 70-5 
Supervisor — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
bond, 14-753 

chairman of County Board, 14-670 
custodian of county property, 14-761 
duties, 14-760 
election, 14-753 
powers, 14-760 
qualifications, 14-753 

supplies purchased, in custody of, 14-760 
term, 14-753 

vacancy in office of, filled, 14-756 
Taxes — 

generally — ■ 

Counties (this index) 
Taxation (this index) 
assessors, boards of, 65-1806 
books, time for opening, 65-1969 
discount on, 65-1988 
executions, nulla bona, 65-2793 
exemption from — 

cotton or textile enterprises, SC 

Const, Art 8, § 8 
hotel property, 65-1534 
manufacturing establishments, 65- 
1524, 65-1529 
additions to, 65-1527, 65-1529 
extent, 65-1529 
forfeited land commission, supra 
forfeited lands, 65-2941 to 65-2949 

adjustment of taxes on, 65-2961 to 
65-2966 
instalment payments, 65-1996, 65-2036 



AIKEN COUNTY— Cont'd 

Taxes — Cont'd 

lien-holder's right to petition for adjust- 
ment of, on forfeited lands, 65-2966 
return, time for making, 65-1645 
South Carolina Retirement System, levy 
for payments to, 61-134 
Tourist camp and road house provisions in- 
applicable to, 35-208 
Traps for foxes in, 28-491 
Treasurer — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
fees collected to be paid to, 14-774 
publication of statement of disburse' 
ments not required, 65-2026 
Veterans, totally disabled, tax exemption of, 

44-655 
Waters. Streams, supra 
Witnesses at coroner's inquest, fee, 17-133 



AIR 

Pollution of, in counties with city over 
65,000, 32-1851, 32-1852 



AIR FORCE 
Armed Forces (this index) 

AIRPLANES 
Aeronautics (this index) 

AIRPORTS AND LANDING FIELDS 
Aeronautics (this index) 

AIR RAID PRECAUTIONS 
Civil Defense (this index) 



ALARM BOXES 

Fire alarm boxes in hospitals and public 
schools, 47-758 



ALCOHOL AND ALCOHOLIC 
BEVERAGES 

See also Beer, Ale, Wine, and Porter 

Generally, 4-1 to 4-423 

Accident and health insurance policies, op- 
tional provision as to use of intoxicat- 
ing liquor, 37-489, 37-497 

Accidents, motor vehicles. Driving under 
influence, infra 

Administrator, continuation of business by, 
4-52 



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ALCOHOL AND ALCOHOLIC 
BEVERAGES— Cont'd 

Advertising — 

along highways and streets prohibited, 

4-103 
auction sale of seized liquors, 4-111 
by retail stores, 4-79 

regulations restricting, Rules & Reg. 
Vol. 7, p. 845 [Reg. 7, 8] 
Ale. Beer, Ale, Wine, and Porter (this in- 
dex) 
Arrest — 

persons conducting nuisances, 4-404 
without warrant, of persons violating 
provisions, 4-413 
Associations, licenses, 4-33 
Attorney General (this index) 
Beer, Ale, Wine, and Porter (this index) 
Bonds (this index) 
Breweries. Beer, Ale, Wine, and Porter 

(this index) 
Buffet cars, drinking in, 4-100 
Business places, possession in, 4-9S, 4-96, 

4-110 
Chain gangs, penalty for furnishing to pris- 
oners on, 55-12 
Charter, refusal of, to social organization 

supplying members, 12-756 
Circuit solicitor. Solicitors (this index) 
Citizenship requirements for license, 4-32(2) 
Closing hours. Hours of sale, infra 
Club rooms, unlawful possession or sale in, 

4-96. 4-97 
Colleges and universities — 

ethyl alcohol intended for use by, exempt 
from Alcoholic Beverage Control 
Act, 4-3 
wholesale druggists may sell alcohol to, 
4-301 
Commission. Tax Commission, infra 
Confectionery as adulterated by, 32-1513 
Confiscation, seizure, and disposition — 

business places other than licensed 

stores, liquor in, 4-110 
chattels used in illegal transportation, 

4-93, 4-115 to 4-117 
custody of liquors, etc., seized upon ar- 
rest of person conducting nuisance, 
4-407 
damages not recoverable for seizure and 
detention of liquors under article as 
to nuisances, 4-407 
Dorchester County, use of vehicles con- 
fiscated in, 4-117 
Florence County, 4-421 
improperly branded liquors, 4-411 
impure liquors to be destroyed, 4-112 
Laurens County, reports of seizures and 

disposition of contraband in, 4-422 
liquors and fixtures used in premises 

conducted as nuisance, 4-403 
Marlboro County, 4-423 
procedure, 4-116 



ALCOHOL AMD ALCOHOLIC 

BEVERAGES— Cont'd 

Confiscation, seizure, and disposition — Cont'd \^ 
proceeds of sale, disposition of, 4-114, 

4-117 
rejection of bids and resale, 4-113 
reports as to seizure and destruction of 
liquors by rural police in Chester 
County, 4-420 
reports of seizures in Allendale or An- 
derson counties, 4-419 
unlawfully possessed liquor, 4-109 
unstamped liquor, 4-111 
Contempt proceedings, violation of re- 
straining order as to nuisance, 4-405, 
4-406 
Corporations, licenses, 4-33 
Dealers — 

Retail dealer, infra 
Wholesaler, infra 
Death of licensee, effect of, 4-52 
Debt contracted for transporting or selling 

illicit liquors void, 4-412 
Definitions, 4-2 
Denatured alcohol — 

control act, exemption from provisions 

of. 4-3(1) 
ethyl alcohol to be denatured before sold, 

4-323 
manufacture and sale of, 4-332 
Dining car, drinking in, 4-100 
Driving- under influence of, 46-343 et seq 
highway accidents, presumption arising 
from percentage of alcohol in blood, 
breath, etc., 46-344 
Druggists, sale by — 

arts or scientific and mechanical pur- 
poses, sale for use in, 4-306, 4-307 
filing of prescriptions and statements of 

purchases, 4-305, 4-307 
prescription of physician for medicinal 
purposes — 
examination of person by physician 

required, 4-303 
form, 4-304 

how prescriptions may be filled, 4-305 
minors, delivery of alcohol under pre- 
scription for, 4-305 
records to be kept by druggists? 4-309 
reports and lists of sales made by 

druggists, 4-310 
required, 4-303 

when prescription may be filled, 4-305 
recording of statements of purchasers 

and prescriptions, 4-308 
retail druggists, 4-302 
revocation of license of druggist or phy- 
sician for violations of article, 4-311 
wholesale druggists, 4-301 
Drugs containing alcohol, when misbrand- 

ed, 32-1516 
Drunkenness. Intoxication (this index) 



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ALCOHOL AND ALCOHOLIC 

BEVERAGES— Cont'd 

Dwelling houses not to be searched in night 

time, 4-414 
Election dav, restrictions on sale or gift on, 

4-102, 23-658 
Emergency period proclaimed by Governor, 

sales during, 4-102 
Ethyl and methyl alcohol — 

Attorney General (this index) 

beverage purposes, not to be used for, 

4-324 
bond of person manufacturing, 4-322 
denaturing required of ethyl alcohol be- 
fore sale in state, 4-323 
exemption from control provisions, 4-3 
exposure to, threshold limits, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 559 (Sec. 6) 
forfeiture of property used in manufac- 
ture upon violation of provisions, 4- 
328, 4-330 
manufacture permitted, 4-321, 4-332 
medicinal purposes, not to be used for, 

2-324 
prima facie evidence of violation of pro- 
visions as to, 4-329 
records of manufacture and shipment, 4- 

327 
regulation of shipment, 4-325 
sale of wood and denatured alcohol, 4- 

332 
storage in warehouses, 4-325, 4-326 
Executor or administrator, continuation of 

business by, 4-52 
Exemption of certain products from control 

provisions, 4-3 
Existing laws, effect of control act on, 4-12 
Fines and penalties generally, 4-107, 4-417 

distribution of fines, 4-108 
Firearms, possession during unlawful trans- 
portation, etc., 4-104 
Food as including, 32-1452 
Governor's constabulary — 
expenses of, 4-11 
inspectors commissioned in, 4-22 
Hours of sale, 4-73, 4-78 

removal of liquors from licensed place of 
business after, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 847 [Reg. 20] 
Improperly branded liquors, sale of, 4-411 
Injunctions and restraining orders. Nui- 
sances, infra 
Insane persons, sales to, 4-78 
Inspection of premises or stock, refusing or 

hindering, 4-105 
Interference with officers in discharge of 

duties, 4-416 
Intoxicated persons, sales to, 4-78 
Intoxication (this index) 
Judgment against licensee — 

application of cash deposit or securities 

to, 4-46 
disposition of amounts received on, 4-47 



ALCOHOL AND ALCOHOLIC 

BEVERAGES— Cont'd 

Licenses, 4-31 to 4-60 
applications, 4-41 
associations, 4-33 

bond or deposit of licensee, 4-43 to 4-47 
citizenship requirements, 4-32(2) 
corporations, 4-33 
death of licensee, effect of, 4-52 
expiration of, 4-51 

income from state licenses to be devoted 
to public school purposes, SC Const, 
Art 11, § 12 
ineligibility for, 4-32 

wholesaler's employee disqualified, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 845 [Reg. 
13] 
judgment against licensee — 

application of cash deposit or securi- 
ties to, 4-46 
disposition of amounts received on, 
4-47 
License taxes, infra 
manufacturer's license, 4-31(1) 

General Assembly's powers, SC 
Const, Art8, § 11 
notice — 

hearing upon refusal or revocation, 

4-57 
intention to apply for, 4-39, 4-40 
refusal — 

grounds for, 4-53 
hearing, 4-57 
review of, 4-58 
reputation as qualification, 4-32(4) 
residence requirements, 4-32(3) 
retail dealers' licenses, 4-31 (3) 

Federal wholesale licensees ineligible 

for, 4-34 
General Assembly's powers, SC 

Const, Art 8, § 11 
number in community limited, 4-38 
unincorporated communities, 4-37 
review of grant, refusal, suspension, or 

revocation, 4-58, 4-59 
revocation or suspension- 
disposition of stock, 4-60 
grounds for, 4-54 to 4-56 

failure to pay additional tax, 65- 
1307 
hearing, 4-57 
ineligibility after, 4-32(5) 
review of, 4-59 
single license to one household or li- 
censee, 4-35, 4-36 
Tax Commission's power as to, 4-31 
taxes, license. License taxes, infra 
tax payments prerequisite to issuance of, 

4-42 
wholesalers' licenses, 4-31(2) 

License taxes — 

other taxes, to be in lieu of, 65-1252 



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ALCOHOL AND ALCOHOLIC 
BEVERAGES— Cont'd 

License taxes — Cont'd 

profits, additional tax measured by, 
65-1301 to 65-1307 
revocation of license for failure to 
pay, 65-1307 
retail dealers, 65-1261 to 65-1263 
sale of alcoholic beverages, license taxes 

for, 65-1261 to 65-1272 
■wholesalers, 65-1281 to 65-1284, 65-1301 
to 65-1307 
Local enforcement provisions, 4-419 to 4-423 
Manufacture and manufacturers — 
denatured alcohol, 4-332 
Ethyl and menthyl alcohol, supra 
licenses, 4-31(1) 

General Assembly's powers, SC 
Const, Art 8, § 11 
license tax, 65-1261 to 65-1263 
manufacturer defined, 4-2(2) 
power of General Assembly to prohibit 
manufacture, SC Const, Art 8, § 11 
restrictions on, 4-71 
unlawful manufacture, 4-91, 4-104 
Methyl alcohol. Ethyl and methyl alcohol, 

supra 
Militia, penalty for sale or use at camps, 

etc., of, 44-135, 44-136 
Minors — 

delivery of alcohol under prescription 

for, 4-305 
employment of, 4-98 
ineligible for license, 4-32(1) 
sales to, 4-78 
Motor Carriers (this index) 
Nuisances — 

arrest of person conducting, 4-404 
Confiscation, seizure, and disposition, 

supra 
contempt proceedings for violation of 

restraining order, 4-405, 4-406 
injunction restraining. 4-405 
resorts for drinking as, 4-402 
search warrant for premises alleged to 

be, 4-403 
solicitors' failure to perform duty as to, 

4-408 
trial of person conducting, 4-404 
unlawful sale, storage, etc., of alcoholic 

liquors as, 4-401 
warrant for arrest of person conducting, 
4-403 
On premises consumption prohibited, 4-71, 

4-73, 4-78, 4-99 
Package sales, power of Legislature to per- 
mit, SC Const, Art 8, § 11 
Passenger cars, drinking in, 4-100 
Penalties. Fines and penalties, supra 
Pending prosecutions, effect of control act 

on, 4-12 
Physicians — 

attending patients while under influence 
of liquor, 56-1367 



ALCOHOL AND ALCOHOLIC 

BEVERAGES— Cont'd 

Physicians — Cont'd 

prescriptions by. Druggists, sale by, 
supra 
Porter. Beer, Ale, Wine, and Porter (this 

index) 
Possession — 

business places, possession in, 4-95, 4-96, 

4-110 
residences, possession in, 4-95 
unlawful possession, 4-91, 4-95 to 4-97 
Prescriptions. Druggists, supra 
Prisoners in jail, penalty for furnishing to, 

55-12 
Prohibition of traffic in intoxicating liquors, 
US Const, 18th Amend, 
repeal of 18th Amendment, US Const, 
21st Amend., § 1 
Prosecuting attorneys. Solicitors (this in- 
dex) 
Public schools — 

effect of alcoholic liquors on human 
system to be taught in, 21-411, 21- 
412 
income from liquor licenses or sales by 
State to be devoted to purposes of, 
SC Const, Art 11, § 12 
Purchase, unlawful, 4-91, 4-94 
Railroad car, drinking in, 4-100 
Railroads, restrictions as to retail dealers 
inapplicable to interstate trains on, 
4-83 
Records to be kept by licensees, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 845 [Reg. 5] 
Refusal of license. Licenses, supra 
Religious meetings, using or selling near 

place of, 16-557 
Reputation as qualification for license, 

4-32(4) 
Rescuing liquors from officer, 4-106 
Residence requirements for license, 4-32(3) 
Restrictions of traffic in intoxicating liquors, 
US Const, 21st Amend., § 2 
local law, transportation or importation 
in violation of, prohibited, US 
Const, 21st Amend., § 2 
Retail dealer- 
credit, sale on, prohibited, Rules &^Reg. 

Vol. 7, p. 847 [Reg. 19] 
dealings between, restricted, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 845 [Reg. 11] 
defined, 4-2 

display of stock, prices, etc. 4-80 
free goods, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 847 

[Reg. 18] 
Licenses, supra 
license tax, 65-1261 to 65-1263 
maximum sale prices of, 4-72 
purchases by, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

845 [Reg. 12]_ 
restrictions on, 4-78 

sales, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 846 
[Reg. 14], 847 [Reg. 16] 



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ALCOHOL AND ALCOHOLIC 
BEVERAGES— Cont'd 

Retail dealer — Cont'd 

store or place of business, 4-79, 4-81, 
4-82 
Retail druggists. Druggists, sale by, supra 
Retail store — 

advertising by, 4-79 
gambling in, penalty for, 16-504 
sign, location of, Rules & Reg., Vol 7, 
p. 845 [Reg. 6] 
Revocation of license. Licenses, supra 
Sale- 
Beer, Ale, Wine, and Porter (this in- 
dex) 
Confiscation, seizure, and disposition, 

supra 
denatured alcohol, 4-332 
Druggists, sale by, supra 
election day, sale on, 4-102, 23-658 
emergency period proclaimed by Gov- 
ernor, sales during, 4-102 
Ethyl and methvl alcohol, supra 
hours of, 4-73, 4-78 
improperly branded liquors, 4-411 
income from sales by State to be devoted 
to public school purposes, SC Const, 
Art 11, §12 
insane persons, sale to, 4-78 
intoxicated persons, sale to, 4-78 
Licenses, supra 

license tax on, 65-1261 to 65-1272 
minors, sales to, 4-78 
package sales, power of Legislature to 

permit, SC Const, Art 8, § 11 
power of General Assembly to prohibit, 

SC Const, Art 8, § 11 
religious meetings, selling near places of, 

16-557 
Retail dealer, supra 
Sundays, sales on, 4-102 
unlawful sale, 4-91, 4-97, 4-102, 4-104, 

4-411, 4-412 
Wholesaler, infra 
Salesmen's permits. Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

p. 844, 845 [Reg. 2] 
Schools — 

busses, use of alcoholic liquors in, 21-807 

Colleges and universities, supra 

giving instruction as to effect on human 

system, 21-411, 21-412 
portion of proceeds of tax to be paid into 
school fund, 65-741, 65-1255, 65-1272, 
65-1288 
Search of dwelling houses in night time, pro- 
hibited, 4-414 
Search warrants, issuance of, 4-413, 4-415 
premises alleged to be nuisance, 4-403 
Seizure. Confiscation, seizure, and disposi- 
tion, supra 
Social organization supplying to members 
may be refused charter, 12-756 



ALCOHOL AND ALCOHOLIC 
BEVERAGES— Cont'd 

Soft drinks, importation of alcohol for 

manufacture of, 4-331 
Solicitors (this index) 
Spartanburg, City of, use of revenue by, 

47-1696 
Stamp taxes, 65-1251 to 65-1289 

seizure of counterfeit, altered or restored 

stamps, 65-1254 
see also Stamp Taxes (this index) 
Storage by Department of Agriculture with- 
out tax stamp, 4-9 
Sundays, sales on, 4-102 
Suspension — 

of license. Licenses, supra 
of officer neglecting duty, 4-418 
Tax Commission — 

action for breach of condition of bond 

of licensee, 4-45 to 4-47 
analysis of samples, 4-8 
attorney for enforcement of chapter, 

4-5.1 
defined, 4-2 
equipment, 4-25 
expenses of, payment, 4-11 
functions under control act vested in, 

4-5 
hearings, 4-10 

inspectors employed by, 4-22 
licenses, power as to, 4-31 
members or employees not to have in- 
terest in liquor manufacture, etc. 
4-21 
oaths, administration, of, 4-10 
office space, 4-24 
personnel employed by, 4-23 
reports, 4-25 
rules and regulations, 4-6, 4-7; Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, pp. S44-848 
subpoenas, 4-10 
Taxes — 

apportionment of proceeds, 65-1255, 

65-1256 
Beer, Ale, Wine, and Porter (this index) 
bond forfeitures, disposition of, 65-1257 
Charleston Countv, disposition of, 65- 

3411 to 65-3414 
License taxes, supra 
profits, additional tax measured by, 65- 

1301 to 65-1307 
sales tax, 65-1265 et seq 
Stamp taxes, supra 
Tax Commission, supra 
wholesale sales, 65-1281 to 65-1289 
additional tax, 65-1281 to 65-1289 
Taxi, unlawful transportation in, 4-92 
Title of chapter, 4-1 

Tourist camp license not to be issued to 
person convicted of dealing in, selling 
or transporting or allowing use upon 
premises, 35-306 



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ALCOHOL AND ALCOHOLIC 
BEVERAGES— Cont'd 

Transportation, unlawful, 4-91 to 4-93, 4-104, 
4-115,4-412 
regulations as to, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 845 [Reg 3] 
Vehicles used in unlawful transportation, 

forfeiture of, 4-92, 4-93, 4-115 
Voting precinct, selling or giving away 

within one mile of, penalized, 23-658 
Warehouse, removal from, without stamps, 

penalized. 65-1269 
Warehouse, State, eligibility to storage in, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 462 [Reg. 6] 
Wholesaler — 

additional tax on wholesale sales, 65-1281 

to 65-1289 
Beer, Ale, Wine, and Porter (this index) 
credit, sale on, prohibited. Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 847 [Reg. 19] 
county's apportionment of sales of 
whisky and gin among counties, 
Rules -& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 846 [Reg. 
15] 
defined, 4-2 

interest in other business or establish- 
ment dealing in liquor, 4-73.1 
invoices of purchases and sales, 4-75, 

4-76 
licenses, 4-31(2) 
license tax, 65-1261 to 65-1263 
maximum sale prices of, 4-72 
may deliver only to licensed dealers, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 845 [Reg. 
4] 
monthly statements of stock on hand, 

4-77 
officers' clubs, canteens, etc., delivery to. 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 845 [Reg. 9] 
restrictions on, 4-73, 4-73.1 
stores and warehouses of, 4-74 
tax on wholesale sales, 65-1281 to 65-1289 
Wine. Beer, Ale, Wine, and Porter (this 

index) 
Wood alcohol. Ethyl and methyl alcohol, 
supra 

ALCOHOLICS 

Homes for, Health Board regulations re- 
specting, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 586, 
587 



ALDEHYDES 

Poisoning by, as reportable disease, Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 553 [Sec. 5] 



ALDERMEN 

Anderson city, election in, 47-53 
Charleston, City of (this index) 



ALDERMEN— Cont'd 

Chester city, election in, 47-54 
Clinton city, election in, 47-55 
Georgetown city, salaries in, 47-1581 
Municipal Corporations (this index) 

ALE 
Beer, Ale, Wine, and Porter (this index) 

ALFALFA 

Sample for analysis, test, or examination, 
size of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 460 
[Reg. 16(b)] 



ALIENS 
See also Citizens and Citizenship 

Civil defense regulations. Civil Defense 

(this index) 
Enemy aliens, limitation of actions, period 

of war excluded from time for, 10-108 
Immigration (this index) 
Insanity, procedure in case of. 32-1009 
Jurisdiction of United States, US Const, Art 

3, §2 
Land laws, duty to enact, SC Const, Art 

3, §35 
Land ownership, 57-101 to 57-104 
Naturalization (this index) 
Offices to which ineligible, US Const, Arts 

1 & 2, cl 5 
Regulations as to. Civil Defense (this in- 
dex) 
Reporting to clerk of courts, 44-358 

fees of clerk of courts for filing and re- 
cording report, 27-53(39) 
local provisions, 27-6S to 27-101 
Widow of citizen, rights of inheritance, 19-4 
Workmen's Compensation Act, right to 

benefits of, 72-11 



ALIMONY AND SUIT MONEY 
Divorce (this index) 

ALKALIS 

Dangerous substance as including, 32-1S01 
(13) 

ALLENDALE COUNTY 

For matters relating to counties generally, 

see Counties 
Agriculture (this index) 
Alcohol, reports of seizures of, 4-419 
Auditor, tax collector to assist, 65-2157 






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ALLENDALE COUNTY— Cont'd 

Board of directors — 

appointment, 14-S12 

bonds, 14-812 

bridges, duties as to, 14-818 

chairman, 14-813 

clerk, 14-815 

contracts, letting of, 14-836 

duties, 14-818 

employees, 14-S15 

financial statements, 14-819 

governing body of county, 14-817 

highways, duties as to, 14-818 

majority to act, 14-814 

meetings, 14-814, 14-820 

number of members, 14-811 

oath of office, 14-812 

office, maintenance of, 14-818 

powers, 14-818 

prisoners, direction and control of, 14- 
818 

property of county, custody and main- 
tenance, 14-818 

quorum, 14-814 

requisition for supplies, approval of, 14- 
834, 14-835 

term, 14-812 

vacancies, how filled, 14-812 
Bonded indebtedness, permissible amount, 
SC Const, Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 7, p. 278] 

Borrowing — 

from Federal agencies, 14-551 et seq. 
from sinking fund, 14-841 
in anticipation of taxes. Tax anticipa- 
tion borrowing, infra 
Boundaries, 14-53 

Carnivals and traveling tent shows in, 5-2 
Chain gangs, recall of convicts from peni- 
tentiary, 55-522 
Circuit court and terms, 15-261, 15-286 to 

15-288 
Claims against, approvals not to exceed ap- 
propriations, 14-802 

Clerk of court — 

generally. Clerks of Courts (this index) 
fees, 27-52 

right to, 14-816 
salary in addition to fees, 14-816 
Common pleas court — ■ 

no pay to jurors when notice of calling 
off term given three days before 
court, 15-288 
notice to jurors when term called off, 15- 

287 
terms of court, 15-286(1) 
Competitive bidding for supplies, 14-834 
Congressional districts, 23-554 
Constables, 43-521 

generally. Constables (this index) 
tax warrants, additional constables to 
serve, 43-522 



ALLENDALE COUNTY— Cont'd 

Contracts not to exceed appropriations, 

14-802 
Courthouse and jail, bonds for, exempted 
from constitutional debt limit, SC 
Const, Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 7, p. 278] 
Courts — 

Clerk of court, supra 
Constables, supra 
Common pleas court, supra 
General sessions court, infra 
Grand Jury, infra 
Jurors, infra 
Magistrates, infra 
Master, infra 
Probate judges, infra 
Fairs and Fair Associations (this index) 
Finances, generally. Counties (this index) 
Fiscal year, 14-17 
Forestry board, 29-55 to 29-58 
Forfeited land commission — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
rental of lands by, 65-2972 
sale of lands by, 65-2971 

proceeds, disposition of, 65-2973 
•waiver of lien for rent, 65-2972 
Foxes, open season for, 28-423 
Game zone, 28-5 
General sessions court — 

no pay to jurors when notice of calling 
off term given three days before 
court, 15-288 
notice to jurors when term called off, 15- 

287 
terms of court, 15-2S6(1) 
Governing body — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
Board of directors, supra 
Grand jurv, notice to, calling off term of 
court, 15-287, 15-288 

Highways — 
generally — 

Counties (this index) 
Highways (this index) 
commutation road tax, 33-971, 33-972 

fine for failure to pay, 32-972 
Road fund, infra 

township bonds, permissible amount, SC 
Const, Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 7, p. 278] 
House of Representatives, number of mem- 
bers apportioned to, 30-1 
Judicial sales of real estate, fees for, 10-1777 
Jurors — 

calling off term of court, notice of, 15- 

287, 15-288 
compensation, 38-308(4) 
Legislative delegation, surviving member to 

perform duties of, 14-S01 
Magistrates, 43-521 

Marriage license fees, disposition of, 20-32 
Master, practice of law by, 15-418 



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ALLENDALE COUNTY— Cont'd 

Municipal bonds for certain purposes, per- 
missible amount, SC Const, Art 10, § S 
[Vol. 7, p. 278] 
Officers — 

generally. Counties ("this index) 
particular officers, see appropriate lines 
in this title 
Planning. Counties (this index) 
Polling precincts in, 23-156 
Probate judge- 
generally. Probate Courts and Judges 

(this index) 
as master, 15-501 
as referee, 10-1405 
practice of law by, 15-418 
Public Welfare Board. Counties (this in- 
dex) 

Public Welfare Department. Counties (this 
index) 

Purchasing agent, 14-831 to 14-837 

appointment, 14-831 

compensation, 14-831 

removal, 14-832 

term, 14-831 

vacancy, how filled, 14-832 
Recall of intendant or warden in towns 

under 1,000, 47-131 to 47-134 
Recording fees, 27-52 
Requisitions for supplies, 14-833, 14-834 
Road fund, 33-1422 

apportionment, 33-1421 

Rolling store, requirement of license for, 

56-1204, 56-1205 
Schools — 

generally — 

Counties (this index) 
Schools! (this index) 
Board of Education, appointment by, of 
trustees for school districts, 21-1103 
bond account, transfer to, of surplus in 
current operating account, 21-1107 
bonds — 

for amount borrowed from Federal 

agencies, 21-1124 
district for certain purposes, permis- 
sible amount, SC Const, Art 10, 
§ 5 [Vol. 7, p. 278] 
tax exempt, 21-1126 
borrowing on behalf of district, 14-841 
buses — 

borrowing from Federal agencies for 

purchase of, 21-1121 
use of surplus in current operating 
account for purchase of, 21-1108 
claims against school funds, payment of, 

in Districts 22 and 44, 21-953 
Federal agencies, borrowing from, 21- 

1121 to 21-1127 
investment of district funds, 21-1109 

[8 SC Code]— 3 



ALLENDALE COUNTY— Cont'd 

Schools — Cont'd 

surplus funds, purposes for which ex- 
pendable, 21-1107, 21-1108 
tax anticipation borrowing, 21-1123 
taxes — 

amount of levy, 21-1105 
reduction or discontinuance, general 
provisions inapplicable to countv, 
21-936 
trustees — 

nomination and appointment, 21-1101 

to 21-1103 
vacancies, how filled, 21-1104 
Sinking fund, borrowing from, 14-841 
Soil conservation committee area for selec- 
tion of members, 63-61.1 
Tax anticipation borrowing, 14-453 
generally. Counties (this index) 
obligation for repayment 
execution of, 14-459 
form of, 14-458, 14-459 
purpose of levies, noting proceeds of 

loan to, 14-461 
treasurer to receive loan, 14-460 
Tax books, time for opening, 65-1968 
Tax collector, 65-2141 to 65-2159 
appointment, 65-2142 
assistance of peace officers, 65-2148 
assistants, 65-2145 
auditor, assistance to, 65-2157 
bond, 65-2143 
compensation, 65-2149 
fees for collection of delinquent taxes, 

65-2151 
office and equipment, 65-2145 
powers, 65-2150 
records and reports, 65-2158 
removal, 65-2144 
term of office, 65-2144 
Taxes — 

generally — 

Counties (this index) 
Taxation (this index) 
collected, disposition of, 65-2153.1 
collection of instalments on life estates, 

65-2155 
discount on, 65-1988 
executions to collect, 65-2151 to 65-2153 
nulla bonas, 65-2158 
partial payments, receipt of, 65-2153 
record of, 65-2158 
exemption from — 

armed forces, members of, 65-1583, 

65-1585 
cotton or textile enterprises, SC 

Const, Art 8, § 8 
manufacturing establishments, 65- 
1524 
determination of right to exemp- 
tion, 65-1532 
Masonic lodges, 65-1587 



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ALLENDALE COUNTY— Cont'd 

Taxes — Cont'd 

Forfeited land commission, supra 
instalment payments, 65-1995 
return, time for making, 65-1645 
road taxes, 33-971 to 33-974 
sale for — 

control of property bid in for, 65- 

2156 
municipal corporation's right to re- 
deem or purchase, 65-2773 
record of lands purchased for county 
or State, 65-2159 
school claims, payment with, 65-1982 
Township bonds for highway improvement, 
permissible amount, SC Const, Art 10, 
§ 5 [Vol. 7, p. 27S] 
Treasurer — 

generally. Counties (this index) 

fees accruing to office to go to general 

fund, 14-803 
school claims, receivability in school 

taxes, power to suspend, 65-1982 
school funds, deposit and disbursement, 
21-1125 
Warrants in excess of appropriation, when, 
14-802 



ALLENDALE, TOWN OF 

Annual tax on property, limits as to, 47-248 
Assessors, board of, 65-1807 
Bonded indebtedness, when not within con- 
stitutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 8, 
§ 7 [Vol. 7, p. 230] 
Courthouse and jail, bonds for, as exempt 
from constitutional debt limit, SC 
Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 230] 
Electric light plant, bonds for, exception 
from constitutional debt limit, SC 
Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 230] 
Sewer bonds, exception from constitutional 
debt limit, SC Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 
7, p. 230] 
Street improvements — 

assessment of abutting property for, 47- 

1351 
bonds for, exception from constitutional 
debt limit, SC Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 
7, p. 230] 
Waterworks bonds, exemption from consti- 
tutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 8, 
§7 [Vol. 7, p. 230] 

ALLEY 

Electric wires crossing, specifications for, 
Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 817 [Rule 44] 

Eminent domain, land for alley acquired by, 
47-1301 to 47-1308 



ALLEY— Cont'd 

Telegraph lines crossing, specifications for 
Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 817 [Rule 14] 

Telephone wires crossing, specifications for. 
Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 817 [Rule 14; 



ALLIGATORS 

Shooting or killing prohibited — ■ 
game zones 5, 6 and 7, 28-473 
Georgetown County, 28-678 



ALLOTMENT 
Dower, allotment of, 19-161 to 19-169 

ALMSHOUSES 
Poor Persons (this index) 

ALPHA-EUCAINE 

Food or drug containing, when misbranded, 
32-1516 

ALSIKE CLOVER SEED 

Sample for analysis, test, or examination, 
size of, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 460 
[Reg. 16(a)] 

ALTERATION 

Amendments (this index) 
Change (this index) 

ALTERATION OF INSTRUMENTS 

Bills of lading, 58-1720 
Negotiable Instruments (this index) 
Stock certificate, effect of, 12-321 
Veterans' discharge or certificate of lost 
discharge, 60-407 

ALTERNATE JURORS 
Juries and Jurors (this index) 

AMBASSADORS AND CONSULS 

Appointment — 

ambassadors, US Const, Art 2, § 2, cl 2 
ministers to represent United States 
abroad, US Const, Art 2, § 2, cl 2 
Judicial power in cases affecting, US Const, 

Art 3, § 2, cl 1 
Nomination of ambassadors, US Const, Art 
2, § 2, cl 2 

[8SCCode] 



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35 



AMBASSADORS AND CONSULS 

— Cont'd 

President to receive ambassadors, US Const, 

Art 2, § 3 
Supreme Court's original jurisdiction in cases 

affecting ambassadors, US Const, Art 

3, § 2, cl 2 



AMENDMENTS 

Appeal, amendment to cure imperfections, 

7-9 
Case, amendment of, Cir Ct Rule 4S 
Corporate charters. Corporations (this in- 
dex) 
Exceptions, amendment of, Cir Ct Rule 48 
Indictment or Information (this index) 
Municipal charters. Municipal Corporations 

(this index) 
Petition for formation of drainage district, 
18-431 

Pleading (this index) 
Process, amendment of, 10-409 
Proof of service of process, amendment of, 
10-409 

Railroad freight schedules, 58-1068 
Railroad charters. Railroad Companies 

(this index) 
South Carolina Constitution (this index) 
Statute amendment by reference, 30-202 
United States Constitution (this index) 

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY 

Acceptance of funds for research and treat- 
ment from, 32-618 



AMERICAN LEGION 

Carnivals and traveling tent shows exhibit- 
ing under the sponsorship of, 5-2, 5-3, 
5-5, 5-6 

Clarendon County Veterans' Service Officer, 
office room for, 44-632 

Exemption from taxation, 65-1522(25) 
Beaufort County, 65-1523(52) 

Historical Commission member to be elected 
by, 9-2 

Improper use of emblems, 44-658 
Recording of veterans' discharges, assistance 
in furnishing list for, 60-403 

Woodrow Wilson Memorial Home, cus- 
tody of, 44-801 

AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY 

Improper use of emblems, 44-658 
Woodrow Wilson Memorial Home, custody 
of, 44-801 



AMERICAN RED CROSS 

Civil service preference for service in, 47- 

761 
Exemption of certain personnel from road 

and poll taxes in time of war, 44-464, 

44-465 



AMIDONE 
Narcotics (this index) 

AMMONIA 

Dangerous substance as including, 32-1801 

(12) 
Exposure to, threshold limits, Rules & Reg. 

Vol. 7, p. 559 [Sec. 6] 
Gas, amount of ammonia permitted in. Rules 

& Reg. Vol. 7, p. 826 [Rule 26(c)] 

AMMUNITION 

License and stamp tax. Stamp Taxes (this 

index) 
Minor, furnishing to, 15-13S8 

AMORTIZATION 

Income tax, deduction for amortization in 

respect of defense facilities, 65-264 
Sinking funds. Bonds (this index) 

AMOUNT 

Negotiable instrument, discrepancy between 
words and figures as to amount in, 8- 
828 



AMOUNT IN CONTROVERSY 
Jurisdictional Amount (this index) 



AMUSEMENTS AND ATHLETIC 
CONTESTS 

Particular counties, provisions distinctive to, 
see index under name of county 

Generally, 5-1 to 5-708 

Admission Tax (this index) 

Billiards. Pool and billiards, infra 

Bowling alley licenses — 

additional local licenses, 5-676 
administration of provisions, 5-654, 5- 

677 
amount of tax, 5-648, 5-668 
annual license and tax, 5-64S, 5-670 
confiscation of unlicensed apparatus, 5- 
649, 5-650, 5-674, 5-675 



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AMUSEMENTS AND ATHLETIC 
CONTESTS— Cont'd 

Bowling alley licenses — Cont'd 

disposition of taxes and penalties, 5-652, 

5-678 
expiration, 5-648, 5-670 
Horry County, 5-647 to 5-654 
lien of tax and penalties, 5-651, 5-673 
Marion County, 5-647 to 5-654 
penalties for failure to comply with pro- 
visions, 5-649, 5-672 
repossession of confiscated apparatus, 5- 

650, 5-675 
required, 5-647, 5-668 
Boxing contests, 5-302 to 5-308 

prize fighting prohibited, 5-301 
Carnivals and traveling tent shows, 5-1 to 
5-19 
agent for service of process, 5-18, 10-432 

clerk of court as, 5-18, 10-432 
agricultural fairs, exhibition within five 

miles of, 5-17 
American Legion, exhibition under spon- 
sorship of, 5-2, 5-3, 5-5, 5-6 
chautauquas not within general prohibi- 
tion, 5-1 
circuses — 

licenses, 65-965, 65-967 to 65-971 
limitation on time for licenses, 5-12 
not within general prohibition, 5-1 
county fairs not within general prohibi- 
tion, 5-1 
dog shows not within general prohibi- 
tion, 5-1 
eleemosynary associations, exhibition 

under sponsorship of, 5-3(3) 
gambling prohibited, 5-11, 5-14 
licenses and license taxes, 65-965 to 65- 
971 
circuses. Licenses and License Tax 
(this index) 
local exceptions to prohibition, 5-2 to 

5-10 
local provisions as to gambling, 5-14 
penalties for violation of provisions, 5- 

13, 5-14 
prohibited generally, 5-1 
separate entrances for races, 5-19 
State fair not within general prohibition, 

5-1 
Veterans of Foreign Wars, exhibition 
under sponsorship of, 5-3(4), 5-6(5) 
volunteer fire department, exhibition un- 
der sponsorship of, 5-3(2) 
Charleston Municipal Stadium Commission 

(this index) 
Coin-operated Machines (this index) 
Dance halls — 

cemeteries, location near, 5-602 
churches, location near, 5-602 
Lancaster County, 5-611 to 5-619 
licenses in certain counties, 5-603, 5-604, 
5-611 to 5-615, 5-617 



AMUSEMENTS AND ATHLETIC 
CONTESTS— Cont'd 

Dance halls — Cont'd 

penalties for violations generally, 5-605 
Sunday operation unlawful, 5-601 
Deputy sheriffs — 

for amusement companies, 53-121 to 53- 

125 
for amusement places, 53-131 to 53-135 
Endurance contests, 5-401, 5-402 
Exemption of athletic contests from admis- 
sions tax, 65-802 
Fairs and Fair Associations (this index) 
Horse racing, 5-201 to 5-204 
Indecent exposure in places of, 16-413 
Licenses and license taxes — 

generally. Licenses and License 
Taxes (this index) 
Bowling alley licenses, supra 
carnivals and traveling tent shows, 65- 

965 to 65-971 
circuses, 65-965, 65-967 to 65-971 

limitation on time for use of, 5-12 
dance halls, licenses in certain counties, 

5-603. 5-604, 5-611 to 5-615, 5-617 
Pool and billiards, infra 
Skating rink licenses, infra 
Masks in theatrical production, prohibition 
against wearing masks not applicable 
to, 16-115 
Motion pictures, 5-101 to 5-104 
Music machines, orchestras, etc. — 

Coin-operated Machines (this index) 
hours of operation, 5-616, 5-625, 5-631 
Lancaster County, 5-611 to 5-619 
Lee County, 5-631, 5-632 
Sunday concerts, 5-103 to 5-105 
Parks and Playgrounds (this index) 
Pool and billiards, 5-501 to 5-521 
definitions, 5-501 
diligence required of person in charge of 

premises, 5-515 
exemptions from provisions, 5-520 
gambling on premises prohibited, 5-509, 

5-512 
illegal resorts, premises not to be con- 
nected with, 5-512 
licenses — 

additional local licenses, 5-676 
administration of provisions, 5-654, 

5-677 
amount of tax, 5-519, 5-647, 5-665 
annual license and tax, 5-648, 5-670 
application, 5-502. 5-666 
attachment to tables, 5-667 
bond of applicant, 5-506 to 5-508 
confiscation of unlicensed tables, 5- 

649, 5-650, 5-674, 5-675 
disposition of taxes and penalties, 5- 

652, 5-678 
expiration, 5-648, 5-670 
forfeiture of, 5-518 
form, 5-505 



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AMUSEMENTS AND ATHLETIC 
CONTESTS— Cont'd 

Pool and billiards — Cont'd 
licenses — Cont'd 

Horry County, 5-647 to 5-654 

issuance of, 5-504 

lien of tax and penalties, 5-651, 5-673 

Marion County, 5-647 to 5-654 

nontransferable, 5-667 

operation without, 5-516 

penalties for violation of provisions 

generally, 5-516, 5-672 
qualifications of applicants, 5-503 
repossession of confiscated tables, 5- 

650, 5-675 
required, 5-647, 5-665 
serial numbers on tables required, 5- 

666, 5-667 
subletting business forfeits, 5-510 
minors plaving or loitering about prem- 
ises, 5-513, 5-514 
operation regulated, 5-509 
penalty for violation of provisions gen- 
erally, 5-517 
placard to be posted in premises, 5-514 
screens, partitions, etc., in premises pro- 
hibited, 5-511 
Tax Commission — 

duties generally, 5-521 
Licenses, supra this group 
Prize fighting. Boxing contests, supra 
Punchboards and pull boards, 5-621, 5-622 
Skating rink licenses- 
additional local licenses, 5-676 
administration of provisions, 5-654, 5- 

677 
amount of tax, 5-647, 5-669 
annual license and payment of tax, 5- 

648, 5-670 

confiscation of unlicensed apparatus, 5- 

649, 5-650, 5-674, 5-675 
disposition of taxes and penalties, 5-652, 

5-678 
expiration, 5-648, 5-670 
Horry County, 5-647 to 5-654 
lien of tax and penalties, 5-651, 5-673 
Marion County, 5-647 to 5-654 
penalty for failure to comply with pro- 
visions, 5-672 
repossession of confiscated apparatus, 5- 

650, 5-675 
required, 5-647, 5-669 

Sunday — 

athletic games, etc., prohibited, 64-1 
exhibition of motion pictures, athletic 
contests, and musical concerts, 5-103 
to 5-104 
Tax on admissions. Admission Tax (this 

index) 
Theaters and Shows (this index) 



AMYL ACETATE 

Exposure to, threshold limits, Rules & Reg. 
Vol. 7, p. 559 [Sec. 6] 



AMYTAL 

Prescription and dosage, Rules & Reg. Vol. 
7, p. 546 [Sec. 4] 



ANALYSIS 

Chemical Analysis (this index) 
Feeding Stuffs (this index) 
Fertilizers (this index) 

Water supply. Water Supply and Water- 
works (this index) 



ANDERSON, CITY OF 

Airport, bonds for acquisition or operation, 
amount permissible, SC Const, Art 8, 
§7 [Vol. 7, pp. 235, 236]; Art. 10, §5 
[Vol. 7, p. 288] 

Airport commission, 2-221 to 2-226 

Aldermen, election of, 47-53 

Bonded indebtedness, permissible amount, 
SC Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, pp. 224, 
234, 235, 236]; Art 10, §5 [Vol. 7, pp. 
287, 288] 

Cemetery, bonds for acquisition and main- 
tenance of, permissible amount, SC 
Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, pp. 234 to 
236]; Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 7, pp. 287, 288] 

Funding of indebtedness, when permissible, 
SC Const, Art 8, §7 [Vol. 7, pp. 224, 

234, 235, 236]; Art 10, §5 [Vol. 7, pp. 
287, 288] 

Market bonds, permissible amount, SC 
Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, pp. 224, 234, 

235, 236] ; Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 7, p. 287] 
Municipal court, jury box, 15-957 

Park bonds, permissible amount, SC Const, 
Art 8, §7 [Vol. 7, pp. 224, 234, 235, 
236] ; Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 7, p. 287] 
Sinking fund commission, 47-911 to 47-918 

bond, 47-913 

compensation of officers, 47-915 "" 

election of members, 47-911 

expenses, 47-918 

management and control of sinking 
funds, 47-917 

meetings, 47-916 

members, 47-911 to 47-914 

number of councilmen, 47-372 

oath, 47-913 

office, 47-918 

officers, 47-915 

qualifications, 47-912 

records, 47-918 

removal, 47-914 

rules and regulations, 47-916 



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ANDERSON, CITY OF— Cont'd 

Sinking fund commission — Cont'd 
term, 47-911 
vacancies, 47-914 
Street improvements — 

assessment of abutting property for, 47- 
1343. 47-1358; SC Const, Art 10, § 16 
bonds for, amount permissible, SC 
Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, pp. 224, 
234, 235, 236]; Art 10, §5 [Vol. 7, 
pp. 287, 288] 
United States, land ceded to, 39-104 



ANDERSON COUNTY 

For matters relating to counties generally, 
see Counties 
Agriculture (this index) 
Airports, 2-221 to 2-226 
Alcohol, reports of seizures of, 4-419 
Appropriations — 

expenditures in excess of, penalized, 14- 

872 
recommendation by Board of Commis- 
sioners, 14-861 

Audits, 14-875 

copies to certain officers, 14-878 

Assessors. Taxes, infra 
Auditor — 

generally. Counties (this index) 

appointment, 14-876, 14-877 

assistants, 14-881 

compensation, 14-881 

tax collector to report to and render 
assistance to, 65-2219 
Board of Commissioners — 

appointment, 14-853 

chairman, 14-856 

claims to be approved by, 14-S73 

clerk, 14-857 
bond, 14-888 

custody of public buildings, 14-862.1 

duties, 14-859, 14-860, 14-861 

employees, 14-862 

finances, supervision and control over, 
14-871 

financial statements to be published by, 
14-874 

labor, furnishing by, to county, forbid- 
den, 14-864 

number of members, 14-851 

purchases by, 14-865 

qualifications, 14-853 

removal of member, 14-855 

for violation of statutory provisions, 
14-866 

sales by, to county forbidden, 14-864 

supplies, purchases of, 14-865 

tax collector's reports to, 65-2218 

terms of office, 14-854 

traveling expenses, 14-858 

vacancies, how filled, 14-854 



ANDERSON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Board of finance, forfeited land commission 

acting as, 65-2902 
Borrowing in anticipation of taxes. Tax 

anticipation borrowing, infra 
Boundaries, 14-54 
Bridges, traction engines, operation across, 

regulated, 33-1432 
Broadaway Lake Commission (this index) 
Budget, 14-871 

Carnivals and traveling tent shows in, 5-4 
Chain gang — 

generally. Chain Gangs (this index) 
clothing of prisoners, law inapplicable, 

55-473 
supervisor's authority as to, 14-863 
Circuit court and terms, 15-261, 15-279 
Claims against — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
approval by countv commissioners re- 
quired, 14-873 
audit by Board of Commissioners, 14- 

860, 14-873 
publication of list not required, 14-426 
Clerk of court — 

generally. Clerks of Courts (this index) 

assistants, 14-881 

courtroom, care, custody and control of, 

14-862.1 
fees, 27-70 

salary to be in lieu of fees, 14-S81 
signing certificates of attendance of 
jurors and constables by, 15-1734 
Commissioners. Board of Commissioners, 

supra 
Competitive bidding on purchases, 14-865 
Congressional districts, 23-554 
Constables — 

generally. Constables (this index) 
bond of, 14-888 
fees, 27-452 
Coroner's inquest, county judge's stenogra- 
pher to furnish coroner copies of, 43- 
570 
Coroner's jurors, compensation and mileage 

provision as inapplicable, 17-130 
County courts and judges, 43-531 to 43-557 
civil cases — 

additional jurisdiction, 43-534, 43-535 

appeals, 43-564, 43-566 

attachment, 43-548 

claim and delivery, 43-548 

deposit for costs, 43-537 

disposition of costs, 43-538 

divorce cases, reference to county 

judge, 20-109.1 
procedure, generally, 43-547 
summons, case as filed upon filing 

of, 43-539 
transfer of. 43-535. 43-536 

on vacancy in office, 43-576 
trial of contested cases, 43-546 



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ANDERSON COUNTY— Cont'd 

County courts and judges — Cont'd 
costs and fees, payment of, 43-571 
criminal cases — 

additional jurisdiction, 43-540, 43-544 

appeals, 43-565, 43-566 

fines, disposition of. 43-538 

nolle prosequi, 43-543 

records, 43-573 

report on, 43-572 

transfer of. 43-541, 43-542 

on vacancy in office, 43-576 
designation of judge, 43-532 
exception of county courts from general 

law as to, 15-627 
judgment — 

docketing in common pleas court, 

43-562 
lien of, 43-563 
juries — 

deficiencies, filling of, 43-554 

error as to residence of juror, 43-557 

impaneling or striking jury, 43-552, 

43-553, 43-556 
jury box, 43-549, 43-550, 43-558 
notice of drawing jurors for fixed 

term of court, 43-555 
pay of jurors, 43-559, 43-561 

certificates for, 43-561 
prospective jurors, selection of, 43- 
551, 43-556 
jurisdiction, generally, 43-533 
monthly reports to county supervisor, 

43-577 
qualifications of judge, 43-532 
record of proceedings — 

reduction to writing, 43-568 
transcript, furnishing of, 43-569, 43- 
570 
solicitor of tenth circuit, duties of, 43-545 
stenographer, 43-567 to 43-570 
successor in office, jurisdiction of, 43-575 
term of court, designation and notice of, 

43-555 
vacancies in office of judge, 43-532.1, 

43-575, 43-576 
witnesses, pay of, 43-560 
certificate for, 43-561 
Courts — 

generally — « 

Courts (this index) 
County Courts (this index) 
circuit court, 15-261, 15-279 
Clerk of court, supra 
Constables, supra 
fees, credit to litigants unable to advance, 

14-885 
jurors, compensation of, 38-30S(2) 
Magistrates, infra 
Probate judge, infra 
Depository of funds to give security, 14- 
871.1 



ANDERSON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Deputy sheriffs, bond of, 14-888 
District commissioners, road work, super- 
vision of, 33-1431 
Districts, 14-852 

Divorce proceedings, reference of, 20-109.1 
Drainage district, formation of, 18-751 
Employees, 14-862 

removal for violation of statutory pro- 
visions, 14-866 
Engineer, automobile, use of, 14-881 
Fairs and Fair Associations (this index) 
Fees of officers — 

collection in advance, when not required, 

14-884, 14-885 
duties of officers in respect of, 14-882, 
14-883 
Finances, 14-871 to 14-878 
Fiscal year, 14-17 
Fish and game — 

closed and open seasons, 28-334.1 
nets, seines, etc. — 

possession, manufacture, sale or use 
restricted, 28-633 
penalty for violating restrictions 
as to, 28-633 
use of, 2S-632 
Forestry board, 29-55 to 29-58 
Forfeited land commission, 65-2902 

sale or lease of lands held by, 65-2910 
Foxes — 

bounty for killing, 28-439 
open season for, 28-334.1 
Game warden to co-operate with Broad- 

away Lake Commission, 51-232 
Game zone, 28-5 

General sessions court, witnesses, compen- 
sation of, 27-620 
Governing body — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
Board of Commissioners, supra 
Grand jury foreman's power to swear wit- 
nesses, limitation as to, inapplicable, 
38-408 

Health, Board of, 32-121 to 32-129 

generally. Health Boards (this index) 

authorized, 32-121 

duties and powers, 32-127, 32-128 ^ 

employees, 32-125 

funds, custody and disbursement of, 

32-129 
jurisdiction, 32-126 
members, 32-122, 32-123 
secretary, 32-124 
State Board of Health, control by, 32- 

121 

Health Department, school buildings, 21- 

1162 
Highways — 
generally — 

Counties (this index) 
Highways (this index) 



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ANDERSON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Highways — Cont'd 
Chain gang, supra 
convict labor on, 33-1431 
excavation in, permit for, required, 33- 

458 
machinery for use on, 33-1431 
supervision of work on, 33-1431 
supervisor's authority as to, 14-863 
House of Representatives, number of mem- 
bers apportioned to, 30-1 
constitutional provisions, SC Const, Art 
3, §3 
Jail lot, fences on, 55-431 
Junk dealers — - 

bond required of licensee, 56-783 
fee for license, 56-782 
license required, 56-781 
penalties for violation of provisions as 
to, 56-784 
Jurors, compensation, 38-308(2) 
Lake in, formation of, 18-751 
Lien, foreclosure of, deferment of collec- 
tion of costs and fees, 14-884 
Litigants unable to advance fees, giving 

credit to, 14-885 
Magistrates— 

generally. Magistrates (this index) 
County judges, supra 
fees on settlement of cases without trial, 

27-432 
jurisdiction, SC Const, Art 5, § 21 
Masters, fees, 27-202 " - 

generally. Counties (this index) 
Mortgage foreclosure, deferment of col- 
lection of costs and fees, 14-884 
Mules, peddling of, 56-1231 to 56-1235 
Municipalities, furnishing water, light, or 
sewerage beyond municipal boundaries, 
59-536 
Officers — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
particular officers, see appropriate lines 
bonds, 14-888 

compensation in lieu of fees, 14-881 
expenses and clerical help, additional al- 
lowance for, 14-886 
fees, duty to collect, 14-882 
financial reports to Board of Commis- 
sioners, 14-860 
penalties for violation of statutory pro- 
visions, 14-887 
Opossums, closed and open season, 28-334.1 
Partition actions, deferment of collection 

of costs and fees, 14-884 
Peace officers, monthly reports, 53-8 
Peddling horses or mules, 56-1231 to 56- 

1235 
Planning. Counties (this index) 
Polling precincts in, 23-157 
Poll taxes, claim for exemption from, how 
established, 65-155 



ANDERSON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Poor farm superintendent, bond of, 14-888 
Probate judge — 

generally. Probate Courts and Judges 

(this index) 
clerk for, 14-881 

may act as judge, 15-426 
divorce cases, reference to probate judge, 

20-109.1 
fees, 27-307 

salary in lieu of fees, 14-S81 
master, acting as, 15-501, 15-503 
Property, duty of supervisor as to, 14-863 
Public buildings, custody of, 14-862.1 
Public Welfare Board. Counties (this in- 
dex) 
Public Welfare Department. Counties 

(this index) 
Purchase of materials, supplies or equip- 
ment, etc., 14-865 
Quail, closed and open season, 28-334.1 
Rabbits, closed and open season, 28-334.1 
Raccoons, closed and open season, 28-334.1 
Radios, automobile, tuned to police radio 

system, prohibited, 46-806 
Recording fees, 27-70 
References, 10-1405.1 
Rural police, monthly reports, 53-8 
Schools — 

generally — 

Counties (this index) 
Schools (this index) 
attendance teachers, election, 21-766 
Board of Education — 
budget, 21-1221 
common pleas court, appeals to, from 

Board of Education, 21-1164 
compensation, to serve without, 21- 

1152 
employment of personnel by, 21-1157 
ex officio member with out vote, 21- 

1158 
meetings, 21-1153 
minutes, 21-1153 

reports to, by school districts, 21-1183 
tie votes for trustees, breaking of, 
21-1214 
bonds, district, permissible amount — 
Cedar Grove District No. 30, SC 
Const, *\rt 10, § 5 [Vol. 7, p. 
294] 
District No. 17, SC Const, Art 10, 

§5 [Vol. 7, p. 292] 
Gantt District No. 34, SC Const, Art 

10, §5 [Vol. 7, p. 294] 
Pelzer-Williamston District No. 20, 
SC Const, Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 7, p. 
2941 
borrowing by districts, 21-1222 
buildings — 

Health Department regulations to be 
given effect, 21-1163 



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ANDERSON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Schools — Cont'd 
buildings — Cont'd 

inspections, annual, by Health De- 
partment, 21-1162 
Cedar Grove School District No. 30, 
bonded indebtedness, permissible 
amount, SC Const, Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 
7, p. 294] 
compulsory attendance, 21-772 to 21- 

774 
consolidation, 21-1173 to 21-1175 
election — 

expenses, payment of, 21-1215 

notice of, 21-1213 

qualifications for voting, 21-1212 

District No. 17— 

bonded indebtedness, permissible 
amount, SC Const, Art 10, § 5 
[Vol. 7, p. 292] 
exemption of, from provision for 
sinking fund commission, 21-1236 
elections, 21-1211 to 21-1215 
finances, 21-1221 to 21-1225 
Gantt School District, 21-141, 21-142 
bonded indebtedness permissible 
amount, SC Const, Art 10, § 5 
[Vol. 7, p. 294] 
high school districts, 21-1171 

consolidation of common school dis- 
trict with, 21-1174, 21-1175 
districts to be served by, 21-1176, 21- 

1177 
renumbering, 21-1172 
trustees — 

chairman, 21-1197 
election, 21-1193 

expenses, 21-1215 
number, 21-1192 
qualifications, 21-1196 
term of office, 21-1193 
vacancies, how filled, 21-1198 
tuition fee, 21-1178, 21-1179 
Pelzer-Williamston School District No. 
20, bonded indebtedness, permissible 
amount. SC Const, Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 
7, p. 294] 
Piedmont District No. 23, additional tax 

levy in, 21-1226 
reports, annual, of districts, 21-1183 
sinking funds — 

commission, 21-1231 
chairman, 21-1233 
duties and powers generally, 21- 

1233 
funds, delivery to, 21-1232 
secretary, 21-1233 
deposits, 21-1233 
investment. 21-1234 
securities, keeping of, 21-1233 
use of, 21-1235 
withdrawals, 21-1233 



ANDERSON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Schools — Cont'd 

Superintendent of Education — 
bond, 21-64 
duties, 21-1158 
removal from office, 21-115S 
vacancy in office, how filled, 21-1156 
tax anticipation borrowing, 21-1222 
taxes, levy of, 21-919 

elementary schools, 21-1223, 21-1225 
high school districts caring for inde- 
pendent pupils, 21-1224, 21-1225 
Piedmont District No. 23, additional 
levy in, 21-1226 
teachers, suspension for falsely certify- 
ing attendance list, 21-774 

textbooks — 

adoption by state not binding, 21-566 
co-operation by districts with County 

Board of Education, 21-564 
employment of help, 21-565 
free, 21-561 

indebtedness for, limitation of, 21-563 
rental system, 21-562 
transportation of pupils — 
control of, 21-792 

high school pupil electing to attend in 
district other than that of resi- 
dence, 21-1179 
to another district, 21-857, 21-1179 

trustees, 21-1191 to 12-1198 
appointment, 21-1195 
chairman, 21-1197 
election, 21-1195 

ballots, provision of, 21-1213 
conduct of, 21-1213 
dates of, 21-1211 
expenses, pavment of, 21-1215 
notice of, 21-1213 
qualifications of voters, 21-1212 
tie votes, 21-1214 
Gantt School District of Anderson 

and Greenville Counties, 21-141 
nulla bona returns of tax executions 

to be approved by, 65-2798 
number, 21-1194 
powers, 21-1191 
qualifications, 21-1196 
removal — 

for failure to correct conditions 
pointed out by Health De- 
partment, 21-1163 
for falsely certifying attendance 
list, 21-774 
terms of office, 21-1194 
vacancies, how filled, 21-1198 

tuition — 

fee payable to attend school of choice, 

21-1179,21-1180 
nonresident pupils, 21-856 
pupils sent to district other than that 

of residence, 21-857 



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ANDERSON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Sheriff— 

generally. Sheriffs (this index) 
Broadway Lake Commission, co-opera- 
tion with, 51-231 
fees, 27-406 

industrial communities, deputies for — 
jurisdiction not to be extended, 53- 

109 
salary in lieu of fees, 53-106 
salary to be in lieu of fees, 14-881 
service of magistrates' process, duties as 

to, 53-195 
traveling expenses, 14-881 
Sinking funds, investment of, general stat- 
utory requirements inapplicable, 1-671 
Soil conservation committee area for se- 
lection of members, 63-61.1 
Squirrels, closed and open season, 28-334.1 
Streams — 

cutting or felling trees across or into, 

penalized, 70-6 
dams across, restrictions on, 70-6 
inapplicability of statutory requirements 
as to, 70-5 
Supervisor — 

generally. Counties (this index) 

authority, 14-863 

automobile, use of, 14-881 

bond, 14-888 

chairman of Board of Commissioners, 

14-856 
clerk, 14-881 

salary to be in lieu of fees, 14-881 
Tax anticipation borrowing, 14-451 
generally. Counties (this index) 
form of obligation, 14-458 
purpose of levies, noting proceeds of 

loan to, 14-461 
treasurer to receive loan, 14-460 
Tax collector, 65-2211 to 65-2219 
appointment, 65-2211 
assistance of auditor, 65-2219 
bond, 65-2211 
executions. Taxes, infra 
powers, 65-2213 
removal, 65-2211 

reports, 65-2217, 65-2218, 65-2219 
settlement with treasurer, 65-2217 
term of office, 65-2212 
Taxes — 

generally — ■ 

Counties (this index) 
Taxation (this index) 
armed forces, suspension of taxes of 

persons in, 65-1993 
assessors, boards of, terms of office, 65- 

1804 
executions to enforce payment, 65-2214 
to 65-2217 
fees on, collection and disposition, 65- 
2216 



ANDERSON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Taxes — Cont'd 

executions to enforce payment — Cont'd 
grand jury to present collector for 
default in performance of duties 
as to, 65-2798 
liability of collector for default in per- 
formance of duty as to, 65-2798 
nulla bona, 65-2798 
uncollectible, reports on, 65-2218, 65- 
2219 
exemption from — 

Duke power plant, 65-1540 
frozen food plants, 65-1538 
grain elevators, 65-1537 
manufacturing enterprises, 65-1535, 

65-1536 
manufacturing establishments, 65- 
1524 
additions to, 65-1527 
synthetic fibre and fabric plants, 65- 
1539 
sale for, 65-2214, 65-2215 
Treasurer — 

generally. Counties (this index) 

clerk, 14-881 

fees collected by officers to be paid to, 

14-883 
salary to be in lieu of fees, 14-881 
sinking fund commissions of school dis- 
tricts, membership in, 21-1231 
statement, quarterly, 14-873.1 
tax collector, settlements with, 65-2217 
tax executions, issuance of, 65-2214 

liability for breach of duty in respect 
of, 65-2798 
Tourist camp and road house provisions in- 
applicable to, 35-208 
Vital statistics, 32-1162 
Waters — 

Lake, supra 
Streams, supra 



ANDERSON TOWNSHIP 

Cotton weighers and weighing, applicability 
of provisions as to, 13-117 

Mileage allowable to township board of as- 
sessors for attending nulla bona meet- 
ings, 65-2609 



ANDREWS, TOWN OF 

Payment of taxes, acceptance of municipal 

obligations in, 47-1501 
Road tax, exemption of residents from, 33- 

1102 



ANDREWS SHAD HATCHERY 

Fry from, distribution of, 28-893 



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43 



ANGUISH 

Telegrams, negligence in handling, tele- 
graph company's liability, 58-255 



ANILIN 

Exposure to, threshold limits, Rules & Reg. 

Vol. 7, p. 559 [Sec. 6] 
Poisoning bv, as reportable disease, Rules 

& Reg. Vol. 7, p. 553 [Sec. 5] 



ANIMAL DISEASES 

See also Rabies Control 

Generally, 6-401 to 6-49S 

Anthrax (this index) 

Appraisal of animals to be killed, 6-426 to 
6-433 
animal killed because exposed to infec- 
tion, procedure in cases of, 6-431 
appointment of appraisers, 6-428 
expenses of appraisal, 6-432 
foot and mouth disease, appraisal of 

animals condemned for, 6-433 
form of appraisements, 6-430 
procedure when prescribed method un- 
satisfactory to owner, 6-429 
Autopsy — ■ 

animal killed because exposed to infec- 
tion, 6-431 
destroyed animal which owner claims to 
be uninfected, 6-429 
Bang's disease. Brucellosis, infra 
Bees (this index) 
Branding of animals — ■ 
brucellosis — - 

animals infected with, 6-454 
animals vaccinated against, 6-446 
tuberculosis and paratuberculosis reac- 
tors, 6-474 
Brucellosis, 6-441 to 6-458 

area in which tests being conducted, cat- 
tle not to be brought into, 6-452 
branding — 

of infected animals, 6-454 
of vaccinated animals, 6-446 
conduct of control and eradication, 6- 

443, 6-455 
co-operation of Clemson Agricultural 
College and Department of Agricul- 
ture in control and eradication of, 
6-455 
denned, 6-441 
enforcement of rules and regulations as 

to, 6-457 
inspectors, 6-455 
penalties for violation of provisions and 

rules and regulations as to, 6-458 
quarantine — 

infected and exposed animals, 6-454 
suspected animals, 6-444 



ANIMAL DISEASES— Cont'd 

Brucellosis — Cont'd 
quarantine — Cont'd 

where owner refuses recommendation 
for testing, 6-451 
report of infected animals, 6-454 
rules and regulations as to, Rules & Reg. 

Vol. 7, p. 495 [Reg. 4] 
sale of cattle generally, requirements as 

to testing and vaccination, 6-448 
sale of infected animals, 6-449, 6-450 
State to pay portion of indemnity for 

cattle infected with, 6-411 
tagging of infected animals, 6-454 
tattooing or branding of vaccinated ani- 
mals, 6-446 
testing animals — 
area tests, 6-452 

blood samples, how drawn, 6-453 
cattle in livestock markets, 6-339 
reports as to personnel engaged in, 6- 

456 
suspected animals, 6-451 
vaccination, 6-445 

reports as to personnel engaged in, 

6-456 
tattooing or branding of vaccinated 
animals, 6-446 
vaccine, sale of, 6-447 
Carriers of imported livestock — 

peace officers authorized to stop and 

check, 6-493 
penalties and civil liability for violation 
of provisions as to, 6-494 
Cattle fever tick — 

disinfection of animals infected with or 

exposed to, 6-422 
penalty for failure to disinfect, 6-423 
venue of prosecutions for failure to dis- 
infect, 6-424 
Cholera — 

importation of animals liable to, pre- 
cautions against, Rules & Reg. Vol. 
7, p. 498 [Reg. 7] 
inoculation of swine in livestock markets, 

6-341 
prevention of, Governor's authority as 

to, 32-553 
serum for treatment of, Clemson^ Agri- 
cultural College to furnish, 3-21 
Clemson Agricultural College — 

brucellosis, co-operation with Depart- 
ment of Agriculture in control and 
eradication of, 6-455 
expenditure of funds for eradication of 

foot and mouth disease, 6-410 
expenses of State Veterinarian paid from 
funds of, 6-403.1 

powers and duties of, 6-401 
rabies control, co-operation in, 6-132 
rules and regulations, power to make and 
enforce, 3-21 



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ANIMAL DISEASES— Cont'd 

Clemson Agricultural College — Cont'd 

tuberculosis and paratuberculosis, co- 
operation with United States Bureau 
of Animal Industry in eradication 
and control of, 6-472 
Commissioner of Agriculture to enforce 
section prohibiting sale of flesh of cer- 
tain animals, 6-408 
Compensation for killing of diseased ani- 
mals, 6-425, 6-426 
Appraisal, supra 
Contagious abortion. Brucellosis, supra 
Co-operation with Federal government and 

other states, 6-401 
Definitions, 6-441, 6-442 
Destruction of diseased animals. Killing of 

diseased animals, infra 
Disinfection of stock and premises, 6-421 to 
6-424 
order to disinfect, 6-421, 6-422 
penalty for failure to disinfect, 6-423 
tuberculosis and paratuberculosis reac- 
tors, disinfection of quarters and 
equipment used by, 6-474 
venue of prosecutions under, 6-423, 6-424 
Feeds for cure, mitigation, or prevention, 
Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 456 [Reg. 22] 
placarding, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 555 
[Sec. 8] 
Foot and mouth disease — 

appraisal of animals condemned for, 6- 

433 
funds in case of epidemic of, 6-410 
regulations in case of outbreak of, 6-405 
Glandered animals — 

appraisal of animals to be killed, supra 
compensation for killing, 6-426 
killing, 6-426 

rules and regulations as to, Rules & 
Reg. Vol. 7, pp. 494 to 498 [Regs. 
1 to 10] 
Health certificate, imported livestock to be 

accompanied by, 6-491, 6-492 
Hog cholera. Cholera, supra 
Importation of livestock, 6-491 to 6-495 
civil liability for violations, 6-494 
health certificate, imported livestock to 
be accompanied by, 6-491, 6-492 
rules and regulations as to, Rules & 
Reg. Vol. 7, pp. 494 to 498 [Regs. 
ltolO] 
peace officers may stop and check live- 
stock carriers, 6-493 
penalties, 6-494 

quarantine and tests when health certifi- 
cate lacking, 6-492 
rules and regulations, 6-493; Rules & 

Reg. Vol. 7, p. 494 [Reg. 1] 
slaughtering establishments exempted, 6- 
495 
Inspection of imported livestock, 6-492 



ANIMAL DISEASES— Cont'd 

Killing of diseased animals, 6-425 to 6-433 
Appraisal of animals to be killed, supra 
blank forms for certifying results, 6-427 
compensation for killing of diseased ani- 
mals, 6-425, 6-426 
Livestock markets — 

infected or exposed animals, 6-343 
testing animals for disease, 6-339 to 6- 
341 
Margaropus annulatus. Cattle fever tick, 

supra 
Notice — 

establishment of quarantine, 6-404 
requiring person to disinfect animals or 

premises, 6-421 to 6-424 
to owner of decision to kill animals, 6-42S 
Paratuberculosis. Tuberculosis and para- 
tuberculosis, infra 
Public Health Veterinarian, duties as to dis- 
eases communicable from animal to 
man, 6-123 
Pullorum, test for, as condition of importa- 
tion of poultry, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 
498 [Reg. 8] 

Quarantine — ■ 

Brucellosis, supra 

imported animals not meeting require- 
ments, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 494 
[Reg. 1] 
imported livestock, 6-492 
State Veterinarian may establish, 6-404 
tuberculosis and paratuberculosis — 
herds in which reactors found, 6-473 
infected, exposed, or suspected ani- 
mals, 6-471 
violations of, 6-404 
Quarantine lines, 6-401 
Rabies Control (this indexl 
Remedies in case of infection, 6-421 to 6-433 
Appraisal of animals to be killed, supra 
Cattle fever tick, supra 
Disinfection of stock or premises, supra 
Glandered animals, supra 
Killing of diseased animals-, supra 

Sale- 
diseased animals, 6-406, 6-449, 6-450, 6- 

475 
flesh of diseased or injured animals, 6- 
407 
Scabies, importation of animals liable to, 
restricted, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 497 
[Reg. 5] 
Slaughtering establishments exempted from 
provisions as to importation of cattle, 
6-495 
Splenetic fever, importation of cattle liable 
to, prohibited, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 
497 [Keg. 5] 
State Veterinarian — 

disinfecting of animals or premises, pow- 
er to order, 6-421, 6-422 



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ANIMAL DISEASES— Cont'd 

State Veterinarian — Cont'd 

expenses paid from funds of Clemson 

Agricultural College, 6-403.1 
hindering or obstructing, 6-409 
powers of, 6-403 to 6-405 
Testing animals — 
Brucellosis, supra 
imported livestock, 6-492 
Tuberculosis and paratuberculosis, in- 
fra 
Tick fever, importation of cattle liable to, 
prohibited, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 497 
[Reg. 5] 
Transcript of record on appeal to Supreme 
Court, amendment of, Sup Ct Rule 4 
(7,8) 
Treatment of animals, 6-42S 
Tuberculosis and paratuberculosis, 6-471 to 
6-478 
Appraisal of animals to be killed, supra 
branding of reactors, 6-474 
compensation for killing animals infected 

with, 6-426 
co-operation of Clemson College and U. 
S. Bureau of Animal Industry in 
eradication and control of, 6-472 
disinfecting of quarters and equipment 

used by reactors, 6-474 
Federal aid, acceptance of, 6-477 
importation of cattle infected with, pre- 
cautions against, Rules & Reg. Vol. 
7, p. 495 [Reg. 3] 
inspectors, 6-477 
intradermal tests, 6-476 
killing animals infected with, 6-426 
notice to owners to assemble cattle for 

testing, 6-472 
observation of cattle, 6-472 
penalties for violation of provisions or 

rules and regulations, 6-478 
quarantine — 

herds in which reactors found, 6-473 
infected, exposed, or suspected ani- 
mals, 6-471 
sale or disposition of infected animal, lia- 
bility for, 6-475 
slaughtering and disposition of reactors, 

6-474 
tagging of reactors, 6-474 
testing of animals, 6-472 

herds in which reactors found, 6-473 
in livestock markets, 6-340 
official tests, 6-476 
thermal tests, 6-476 
Uninfected animal, compensation where de- 
stroyed, 6-429 
Vaccination. Brucellosis, supra 
Venue of prosecutions for failure to disin- 
fect animals, 6-424 



ANIMAL FAT 

Butter or cheese, animal fat not to be com- 
bined with, 32-1604 



ANIMALS 

See also Animal Diseases; Cruelty to Animals; 
Estrays; Fish and Game; Markets 

Generally, 6-1 to 6-495 

Alligators (this index) 

Asses, importation regulated, Rules & Reg. 
Vol. 7, p. 495 [Reg. 2] 

Bears (this index) 

Bees (this index) 

Berkeley County, loading or hauling cattle 
at night in, 6-305 

Birds (this index) 

Bond of owner of animals seized while tres- 
passing, 6-318 

Bull's services, lien for, 45-554 

Capitation tax, permissibility, SC Const, Art 
10. §1 

Carriers (this index) 

Cattle gaps at railroad, 58-997 

Cattle-raising industry, promotion of, as 
duty of Commissioner of Agriculture, 
3-6 

Coyotes (this index) 

Cruelty to Animals (this index) 

Dead animals — 

disposition of, 32-557 
Rendering Plants (this index) 

Deer (this index) 

Diseases. Animal Diseases (this index) 

Disinfecting of conveyances used in im- 
porting, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, pp. 495, 
497 [Reg. 1] 

Dogs (this index) 

Feeding Stuffs (this index) 

Fish and Game (this index) 

Foxes (this index) 

Frightening, precaution against, on high- 
way, 46-387 

Game. Fish and Game (this index) 

Goats (this index) 

Hogs (this index) 

Importation of. Animal Diseases"* (this 
index) 

Impounding and redemption in connection 
with rabies control, 6-133 

Liens on. Liens and Encumbrances (this 
index) 

Livestock Markets (this index) 

Loading or hauling cattle at night in Berk- 
eley County, 6-305 

Malicious injuries to, 16-381 

Marketing cattle, investigation by Clemson 
Agricultural College, 3-21 

Marking, branding, or disfiguring animals 
of another, 6-301, 6-302 



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ANIMALS— Cont'd 

Mill; from diseased animals, 32-1602 

Mink (this index) 

Muskrats (this index) 

Nonresident auctioning animals, license of, 

56-206 
Opossums (this index) 
Otters (this index) 
Permit for loading or hauling cattle at night 

in Berkeley County, 6-305 
Pounds, rabies control, impounding and re- 
demption of animals, 6-133 
Prevention of cruelty to. Cruelty to An- 
imals (this index) 
Promotion of cattle-raising industry as duty 

of Commissioner of Agriculture, 3-6 
Rabbits (this index) 
Raccoons (this index) 
Railroads, cattle gaps at, 58-997 
Rendering Plants (this index) 
Sheep (this index) 
Skunks (this index) 
Slaughterhouses and Slaughter Pens (this 

index) 
Squirrels (this index) 
Stray animals. Estrays (this index) 
Swine. Hogs (this index) 
Taking and using horse or mule of another, 

6-303 
Taxation (this index) 
Teeth of horses or mules, alterations of, 6- 

304 
Terrapin (this index) 
Tolls payable on bridge, ferry, or turnpike, 

33-775, 33-776 
Traffic regulations, application to persons 
riding or driving animals, 46-265, 46- 
289 
Transportation of. Carriers (this index) 
Trespassing or running at large, 6-311 to 6- 
322 
arbitration of damages in Berkeley Coun- 
ty, 6-312 
liability of owners, 6-316, 6-318 
proceedings — 

as to seized stock when owner un- 
known, 6-319 
when owner neglects to adjust penal- 
ties, 6-320 
prohibited, 6-311 to 6-313 
rescuing seized stock, 6-321 
satisfaction of claims as defense in crim- 
inal prosecutions, 6-322 
seizure of animals, 6-317 
stock coming into State, 6-315 
stone-horse, 6-314 
Turtles (this index) 

Wild animals, importation of, restrictions, 
Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 498 [Reg. 10] 
Wild Cats (this index) 



ANNATTO 

Butter and cheese imitations, annatto not to 
be used in, 32-1662, 32-1663 



ANNEXATION 

County, annexation from other county, 14- 

101 to 14-110 
Municipal Corporations (this index) 



ANNUITIES 

Income tax, exclusion from gross income of 

return of premiums, 65-253 
Inheritance tax, determination of value, 65- 

474 
Police Insurance and Annuity Fund (this 

index) 
Tax exemption of annuities not payable on 

or before August 1st, 65-1522(34) 
Valuation for taxation, 65-1649 

ANNULMENT OF MARRIAGE 
Marriage (this index) 

ANSWER 

Generally, 10-641 to 10-654 

Allegations deemed true, when, 10-608 

Amendments after, 10-691 

Attachment, filing after, 10-921 

Civil arrest, time for filing after, 10-807 

Contents of, 10-652 

Costs for service of, when allowable, 10-472 

Counterclaim, statement of, 10-652(2) 

Cross claim against codefendant, inclusion 

of, 10-707 
Defects not apparent on face of complaint, 

objections for, 10-645 
Demurrer to answer, 10-661 
Demurrer to part of complaint may be 

joined with, 10-653 
Equitable and legal defenses, joinder of, 

10-704 
Express companies, answer to complaint or 
petition to Public Service Commission, 
Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 749 [Rule 1] 
Fees of clerk of courts for filing. 27-53(3) 

local provisions. 27-68 to 27-101 
Frivolous answer, judgment on, 10-1505 
General denial, 10-6521 1 I 
Judgment or Decree (this index) 
Jurisdictional objection — 

mode of objection prescribed, not exclu- 
sive, 10-651 
notice of reliance on, 10-648, 10-649 
preservation of rights under, 10-64S to 

10-651 
reliance on, 10-648 
who may give notice, 10-650 



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ANSWER— Cont'd 

Libel or slander, answer in action for, 10- 

677 
Magistrates' courts, 43-87 

real property, answer of title in pro- 
ceedings involving, 43-151, 43-156 
New matter, statement of, 10-652(2) 
Occupying claimants, setting up claim in 

ejectment action, 57-407 
Probate Court, answers in. Probate Courts 

and Judges (this index) 
Rail, common carriers by, proceedings be- 
fore Public Service Commission. Car- 
riers (this index) 
Replevin of property distrained for damage, 

answer in action for, 10-680 
Signature of bond or note, effect of sworn 

denial of, 26-9 
Specific denial of allegations of complaint, 

10-652(1) 
Statement of defense, 10-652(2) 
Statute of limitations to be pleaded bv. 10- 

646 
Striking out — 

for refusal to testify, 26-508 
sham and irrelevant answers and de- 
fenses, 10-654 
Supplemental answer, 10-610 
Time for, 10-641 

amended complaint, answer to, 10-696 
extension of, 10-609 
court rules — 

circuit courts, Cir Ct Rule 19 
probate courts, Prob Ct Rule 11 
master may grant, 15-1815(2) 
probate courts, 15-448 

extension of time, Prob Ct Rule 11 
Waiver of objections not taken by, 10-647 



ANTHRAX 

Placarding, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 555 

[Sec. 8] 
Reporting, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 553 [Sec. 

5] 

ANTI-TRUST LAWS 

See also Monopolies 

Attorney General, duty to enforce anti-trust 
laws, 66-69 

Boycott, conspiracy to limit competition by, 
penalized, 66-64 

Causes of action previously accruing, preser- 
vation of, 66-70 

Circuit solicitors, duty to enforce anti-trust 
laws, 66-69 

Conspiracies in restraint of trade prohibited, 
66-63 

Corporations, consolidation and merger of, 
not to contravene anti-trust laws, 12-466 



ANTI-TRUST LAWS— Cont'd 

Cost, selling below cost, to injure competi- 
tor, 66-65 
Cumulative character of provisions of Title 66, 

Ch. 2, Art 2, 66-70 
Damages recoverable by injured person, 66- 

53 
Dutv of Legislature to enact, SC Const, Art 

9, §13 
Foreign corporations, violation of anti-trust 
laws by — 
as debarring from courts, 66-52 
as forfeiting right to do business in State 
66-67 
Forfeiture of corporate charter or franchise 

as penalty, 66-52, 66-66 
Insurance premiums, combinations to con- 
trol, penalized, 66-63 
Investigations in aid of, 66-111 to 66-116 
conduct of, 66-114 
discovery, application for, 66-112 
order on application for discovery, 66-113 
referee, powers of, 66-116 
witnesses — 

attendance of, 66-111, 66-113 
compulsory testimony, 66-115 
immunity from criminal prosecution, 

66-115 
referee's powers to punish, 66-116 
Penalties, 66-62, 66-66 to 66-68 
Witnesses— 

in action or prosecution under — 
compelling testimony by, 66-54 
immunity from prosecution, 66-54 
in investigations in aid of anti-trust laws. 
Investigations, supra 



APARTMENT HOUSES 

Transient accommodations, Health Board reg- 
ulations respecting, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, 
pp. 588-592 

Walls, schedule of dimensions for, 47-1225 



APOTHECARIES 
Druggists (this index) 

APPAREL 

Wearing Apparel (this index) 

APPEALS 

See also particular courts by name or 
title of court 

Generally, 7-1 to 7-430 

Aeronautics Commission, appeals from ord- 
ers of, 2-70 to 2-72 
Affirmance, power of, 7-13, 7-427 



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APPEALS— Cont'd 

Agreed case — 

appeal from judgment on, 10-1514 
county court, agreed case in lieu of tran- 
script on appeal to circuit court, 7- 
344 
Supreme Court, agreed statement of case 
on appeal to, 7-407 
Airports, appeal in proceedings for acquisi- 
tion of property for, 2-114 
Alcoholic liquor licenses, grant, refusal^ sus- 
pension, or revocation of, 4-58, 4-59 
Amendment to cure imperfections, 7-9 
Amusement, place of, appeal from revoca- 
tion of license for, 65-809, 65-810 
Arbitration cases, appeal to circuit court, 

10-1904 
Attorney's costs on appeal to Supreme 

Court, 10-1617 
Bail on appeal in criminal cases, 7-8, 7-105 
Beer permit, appeal from order of revoca- 
tion or suspension of, to circuit court, 
4-217 
Bond — 

circuit court, bond to obtain stay on ap- 
peal to, 7-301 
drainage or levee district, 18-224 
eviction proceeding against tenant, 41- 

113 
filing with clerk of court, 7-15 
magistrate's fees, 27-431 (12) 

local provisions, 27-434, 27-437 
Securities Act, appeals under, 62-251 
Supreme Court, bond to obtain stay on 
appeal to. Supreme Court, appeals 
to, infra 
Boxing Commission decisions, 5-304, 5-306 
Briefs in Supreme Court — 

appellant's brief, Sup Ct Rule 8 (2, 3, 5) 
extension of time to file, Sup Ct Rule 
8 (9) 
citation of cases, Sup Ct Rule 8 (11, 12) 
facts, statement of, Sup Ct Rule 8 (7) 
filing and service of, Sup Ct Rules 4 (2), 
8 (9), 29 
after argument or submission, Sup 
Ct Rule 8 (8) 
index, Sup Ct Rule 4 (2) 
preservation for use of bar, Sup Ct Rule 

21 
printing of, Sup Ct Rules 5, 8 (1) 

costs, taxation of, Sup Ct Rule 8 (6) 
respondent's brief, Sup Ct Rule 8 (4) 
submission on briefs, Sup Ct Rules 10, 
29 
Canal companies, condemnation proceed- 
ings by. Eminent Domain (this index) 
Capital cases, execution of death sentence 
upon affirmance or dismissal of appeal, 
17-578 
Case or exceptions (this index) 

circuit court rules as to, Cir Ct Rules 
47, 48 



APPEALS— Cont'd 

Certiorari (this index) 
Chambers — 

circuit court judge's decision at cham- 
bers, appeal from, 10-20 
Supreme Court justice's orders at cham- 
bers, appeal to court, 15-125 
Chancery. Equity cases, infra 
Charleston City Court, appeals to Supreme 

Court, 15-1579 
Charleston Civil and Criminal Court (this 

index) 
Charleston Harbor, appeals from decisions 
as to wharves, warehouses, and ter- 
minal facilities, 54-37 
Children's Courts (this index) 
Circuit courts, appeals from, to Supreme 
Court. Supreme Court, appeal to, in- 
fra 
Circuit courts, appeals to — 

generally, 7-301 to 7-344 
abandoned premises, appeal from action 
of magistrates in terminating lease, 
41-69 
absence of magistrate- 
precluding return, 7-309 
service of notice in case of, 7-305 
Aeronautics Commission, appeals from 

orders of, 2-70, 2-72 
agreed case in lieu of transcript, on ap- 
peal from county court, 7-344 
amendment of pleadings on, 7-314, 7-319 
amount of proper judgment, statement 

of, 7-303 
amusement place, revocation of license 

for, 65-809, 65-810 
arbitration cases, 10-1904 
beer permit, appeals from order of revo- 
cation or suspension of, 4-217 
bond to obtain supersedeas, 7-301 
Children's Courts (this index) 
compulsory school attendance cases, ap- 
peal from rulings of board of in- 
quiry, 21-779 
consent judgment on, 7-311 
contempt proceedings by Reorganiza- 
tion Commission, 9-216 
correction of judgment offered by re- 
spondent, 7-310 
costs and fees, 7-322 to 7-331 

appellant's right to, 7-323, 7-324, 7- 
329 
■where respondent's offer of cor- 
rected judgment is made and 
accepted, 7-310 
bond for payment of, 7-301 
court below, inclusion of costs in, 7- 

329 
clerk of courts, fees on appeal from 
magistrates, 27-53 (30) 
local provisions, 27-68 to 27-101 
discretion of court, 7-327 



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49 



APPEALS— Cont'd 

Circuit courts, appeals to — Cont'd 
costs and fees — Cont'd 

dismissal of appeal for want of prose- 
cution, costs on, 7-328 
error of fact, costs in case of reversal 

for, 7-327 
magistrate's fees — 

for bond and report, 27-431 (12), 

27-434, 27-437 
for return, 7-331 
probate court, costs in appeal from, 

10-1612 
set-off of costs against recovery, 7- 

330 
special proceedings, costs on review 

in circuit court, 10-1612 
stenographer's fee for transcript of 
evidence on appeal from county 
court, 7-343 
what costs allowable, 7-331 
when appellant gains less than ten 
dollars by appeal, 7-324 to 7-326 
county adjustment board, appeals from, 

14-376 to 14-379 
county courts, appeals from. County 

courts, infra 
countv governing bodv, appeals from, 7- 

301 
county highway purposes, appeal on tak- 
ing of property for, 33-838, 33-839 
Lancaster County, 33-1746 
death of magistrate — ■ 

notice of appeal in case of, 7-305 
return prevented by, 7-309 
default, setting aside judgment rendered 

on, 7-315 
destitute and delinquent children, ap- 
peals in cases of, 71-260 
dismissal — - 

for failure or refusal of party appeal- 
ing to pay for transcript on ap- 
peal from county court, 7-343 
for failure to bring to hearing. 7-312, 

7-328 
for want of prosecution, costs not al- 
lowable to either party on, 7-327 
domestic relations courts. Juvenile and 
Domestic Relations Courts (this 
index) 
drainage district, appeal from order es- 
tablishing, 18-224 
error of fact — 

correction of, 7-316 
costs in case of reversal for, 7-327 
execution, amendment of, to correspond 

with amended judgment, 7-310 
fact issues, how tried, 7-318 
failure to state error in judgment below 
as affecting recovery of costs, 7-323 
flagman, appeal order for stationing at 
railroad crossing, 58-1002 
[8 SC Code]— 4 



APPEALS— Cont'd 

Circuit courts, appeals to — Cont'd 

Greenville County Children's Court, 
15-1316 
as to transfer to general sessions 
court, 15-1310 
hearing, 7-312, 7-313 

hospital license, appeal from denial, sus- 
pension, or revocation of, 32-788 
housing projects, appealing condemna- 
tion proceedings, 36-129 
how taken, 7-302, 7-304 
ice cream manufacturer's license, appeal 
from denial, revocation, or suspen- 
sion of, 32-1708 
inheritance tax, appeal from Tax Com- 
mission's determination of value, 65- 
509 
insanity of magistrate precluding return, 

7-309 
Insurance Commissioner's orders or de- 
cisions, reviewability of. 37-63 to 37- 
66 
issues of law, judgment on. 7-319 
judgment on. 7-317 to 7-31S 
judgment roll, 7-321 
jurisdiction — 

common pleas court, SC Const, Art 5, 

§15; 15-232 
general sessions court, SC Const, Art 

5, §15; 15-232 
probate court, appellate jurisdiction 
over, 7-201 
Juvenile and Domestic Relations Courts 

(this index) 
juvenile delinquents, proceedings against, 

71-260, 71-261 
levee district, appeals from orders estab- 
lishing, 18-224 
Magistrates (this index) 
Marlboro County Court, appeals in non- 
support cases, 15-699.18, 15-699.19 
bond, 15-699.10 
milk and milk products, weighing and 
testing of, appeal from revocation of 
licenses as to, 32-1609.6 
motor vehicle driver's license, appeal 
from denial, suspension, or revoca- 
tion of, 46-178 
municipal court, appeals from, 15-232, 
15-916 
certiorari to review conviction in mu- 
nicipal court, 7-14, 15-916 
municipal public works, appeal from con- 
demnation of land for, 59-208, 59- 
209 
new trial — 

generally. New Trial (this index) 
in circuit court — 

costs allowable, 7-331 
motion for, 7-316 



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APPEALS— Cont'd 

Circuit courts, appeals to — Cont'd 
notice of — 

criminal cases, time for notice of 
appeal from magistrate in, 7-103 
service, 7-304, 7-305 
time for, 7-302 
offer by appellant to allow revision of 
judgment, 7-310 
costs as affected by, 7-325, 7-326 
offer of judgment on, 7-311 
original papers, hearing on, 7-313 
partial reversal, costs on, 7-327 
pleadings, determination of sufficiency, 

7-319 
powers of court, 7-314 
procedure, rules of, 7-316, 7-342 
registration as voter- 
denial of, SC Const, Art 2, § 5; 23-73, 
23-74 
for municipal election, 23-117 
registration board's revision of list of 
voters, 23-96 
restitution on reversal, 7-320 
return by court below, 7-306 

attachment to compel, 7-306, 7-308 
fees of magistrate, 7-331 
further return wdien original defec- 
tive, 7-30S 
how made if magistrate is out of of- 
fice, 7-307 
magistrate dead, insane, or absent, 

7-309 
time for filing, 7-312 
Securities Act, appeals under, 62-251 
set-off of costs against recovery, 7-330 
sexual sterilization, 32-676 
Spartanburg County Children's Court, 

15-1337 
statement, agreed, in lieu of transcript 

on appeal from county court, 7-344 
statement of grounds, 7-302, 7-303 
State Ports Authority, appeal from or- 
ders as to wharves, etc., in Charles- 
ton Harbor, 54-37 
stenographer's fee for transcript of evi- 
dence on appeal from county court, 
7-343 
summary ejectment of trespassers, 10- 

2444 
supersedeas by, on giving bond, 7-301 
teacher's discrimination proceeding, ap- 
peal from determination of State 
Board of Education in, 21-393 
technical errors to be disregarded, 7-317 
time for, 7-202, 7-302 
transcript of evidence on appeals from 

county court, 7-343 
unemployment compensation, action to 
obtain review of decision of Employ- 
ment Security Commission, 68-165 



APPEALS— Cont'd 

Circuit courts, appeals to — Cont'd 
unemployment compensation, etc. 
■ — Cont'd 

regulations as to, Rules and Reg, 
Vol. 7, p. 543 [Reg. 7] 
Water Pollution Control Authority, ap- 
peals from orders of, 70-131 
wine permit, appeals from order of revo- 
cation or suspension of, 4-217 
witnesses not to be examined on, 7-313 
workmen's compensation awards, appeal- 
ability of, 72-356 
Civil arrest, proceedings on appeal as to re- 
lease of debtor, 10-855, 10-858 
"Clerk" defined for purpose of statute, 7-19 
Common pleas courts — 

appeals from, to Supreme Court. Su- 
preme Court, appeals to, infra 
appeals to. Circuit courts, appeals to, 
supra 
Compulsory school attendance cases", ap- 
peal from rulings of board of inquiry, 
21-779 
Contempt proceedings by Reorganization 

Commission, 9-216 
Continuance of cases in Supreme Court — 
cases not reached, 15-143 
hearings, Sup Ct Rules 9(2), 25 
Corporations, appeals in criminal cases, 7-3 
Costs and fees — 

Circuit courts, appeals to, supra 
eminent domain proceedings, 25-76 
mortgage foreclosure, costs of clerk in 

connection with appraisal, 45-96 
probate court, costs in appeal from, 10-612 
probate judge's fees for copy of proceed- 
ings on appeal, 27-301 (22) 
local provisions, 27-304 to 27-320 
special proceedings, costs on review in 

circuit court, 10-1612 
stenographer's fees for furnishing tran- 
script of record, 15-1903, 15-1904, 15- 
1907 
Supreme Court, appeals to, infra 
transcript, taxation of cost of, 15-903 
transmittal of papers to appellate court, 
expense of, to successful appellee, 
7-10 
County courts — 

appeals from, to circuit courts, 7-341 to 
7-344 
agreed statement of case in lieu of 

transcript, 7-344 
procedure on appeal, 7-342 
right of appeal, 7-341 
transcript of evidence, 7-343 
appeals to — 

instead of circuit court, 7-301 
jurisdiction, 15-612 

magistrate's court judgment, when, 
7-301 

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APPEALS— Cont'd 

County courts — Cont'd 

Darlington County Civil Court, 15-1599.3 
Greenville County Court, appeals from, 

15-678 
Marlboro County Court, appeals from, 

15-699.17 to 15-699.19 
Orangeburg Countv Court, appeals from, 

15-742 
Richland County Court, appeals from, 

15-779 
Spartanburg County Court, appeals from, 
15-830 
County governing body, appeals from, 7- 

301 
County highway purposes, appeal on taking 
of property for, 33-838. 33-839 
Lancaster County, 33-1746 to 33-174S 
Criminal cases — ■ 

affirmance, power of, in appeal from 

magistrate, 7-107 
bail, 7-8, 7-105 

certiorari to review conviction in munic- 
ipal or magistrate's court, 7-14 
confinement of appellant until bail giv- 
en, 7-7 
corporations, 7-3 

county court, appeals to, from convic- 
tions before magistrate, 7-101 
death sentence, execution upon affirm- 
ance or dismissal of appeal, 17-578 
dismissal of appeal in cases without mer- 
it, Sup Ct Rule 23 
docketing of appeal from magistrate, 7- 

106 
exclusiveness of statutory provisions for 

appeal from magistrate, 7-102 
filing of papers with clerk of court, on 

appeal from magistrate, 7-104 
hearing of appeal from magistrate, 7-107 
modification of sentence of magistrate, 

appellate court's power of, 7-107 
municipal court appeals from, to cir- 
cuit court, 15-232, 15-915 
certiorari to review conviction in mu- 
nicipal court, 7-14 
new trial on appeal from magistrate, 

power to grant, 7-107 
notice of appeal — 

magistrate, notice of appeal from, 

time for, 7-103 
stay, notice of appeal as, 7-6 
practice and proceedings on appeal from 
general sessions court to Supreme 
Court, 7-404 
reversal on appeal from magistrate, pow- 
er of, 7-107 
statement of grounds of appeal, in ap- 
peal from magistrate, 7-103 
stay — 

notice of appeal as, 7-6 
Supreme Court rule as to, Sup Ct 
Rule 28 



APPEALS— Cont'd 

Criminal cases — Cont'd 

stenographer's duty to furnish transcript 

of record, 15-1902, 15-1903 
Supreme Court, appeals to, infra 
time for appeal from magistrate, 7-103 
witnesses not to be examined in appel- 
late court on hearing of appeal from 
magistrate, 7-107 
Death sentence, execution upon affirmance 

or dismissal of appeal, 17-578 
Declaratory judgments, 10-2011 
Default, setting aside judgment rendered 

on, on appeal to circuit court, 7-315 
Defect not affecting substantial rights, dis- 
regard of, 10-1214 
Dependent children, aid to, appeal to Pub- 
lic Welfare Department from denial of, 
71-95 
Destitute and delinquent children, appeals 

in cases of, 71-260 
Dismissal of appeal — 

Circuit courts, appeals to, supra 
Supreme Court, appeals to, infra 
Disregard of error or defect not affecting 

substantial rights, 10-1214 
Docketing — 

conviction before magistrate, docketing 

of appeal from, 7-106 
Supreme Court, appeals to, 7-408 
Domestic relations courts. Juvenile and 
Domestic Relations Courts (this index) 
Drainage Districts (this index) 
Driver's license, appeal from denial, sus- 
pension, or revocation of, 46-178 
Elections, appeals as to registration as 
voter — 

Circuit courts, appeals to, supra 
Supreme Court, appeals to, infra 
Electrical utilities regulation, review of Pub- 
lic Service Commission's orders. Elec- 
tric Companies (this index) 
Eminent Domain (this index) 
Equity cases — 

right of appeal, 10-1243 
Supreme Court, appellate jurisdiction, 
15-122 
constitutional provisions, SC .Const. 
Arts. 5, § 4 
Error not affecting substantial rights, dis- 
regard of, 10-1214 
Eviction proceedings against tenant, 41-112, 

41-113 
Exceptions — 

Case or Exceptions (this index) 
Objections and Exceptions (this index) 
Exclusiveness of statutory procedure, 7-1 
criminal cases, appeals from magistrates 
in, 7-102 
Fees. Costs, supra 

Flagman, appeal from order for stationing 
at railroad crossing, 58-1002 



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APPEALS- Cont'd 

Gas companies, review of Public Service 
Commission's orders. Public Service 
Commission (this index) 
General sessions courts — 

appeals from, to Supreme Court. Su- 
preme Court, appeals to, infra 
appeals to. Circuit courts, appeals to, 
supra 
Grade crossing elimination. Railroad Cross- 
ings (this index) 
Grade separation structures, appeal from 

order for alteration of, 58-835 
Greenville Countv Children's Court, appeals 
from, 15-1316 
as to transfer to general sessions court, 
15-1310 
Greenville County Court — 

appeals from, to Supreme Court, 15-678 
appeals to, 15-656, 15-657 
Habeas corpus, appeal from decision upon 

application for, 17-363 
Heat companies, review of Public Service 
Commission's orders. Public Service 
Commission (this index) 
Homestead exemption, appeal from return 

of appraisers, 34-3 
Hospital license, appeal from denial, sus- 
pension, or revocation of, 32-788 
Housing projects, appeals in condemnation 

proceedings, 36-129 
How taken, 7-4 

Ice cream manufacturer's license, appeal 
from denial, revocation, or suspension 
of, 32-1708 
Income tax, appeals to Tax Board of Re- 
view, reassessment, 65-322 
Inheritance Tax (this index) 
Insanity — 

guardian or committee for insane person, 
appeal from appointment of, 32-1003 
sanity, restoration to, 32-1007 
State hospital, appeal from rules and reg- 
ulations of Regents, 32-985 
Insurance Commissioner's orders or deci- 
sions, reviewability of, 37-63 to 37-66 
Intermediate orders, review of, 7-12 

Supreme Court, on appeal to, 15-133 
Judgment on, 7-13, 7-427 

Supreme Court, opinion to be attached 
to judgment, 7-430 
Jurisdiction — 

Circuit courts, appeals to, supra 

countv court, appellate jurisdiction of, 

15-612 
Florence Civil Court, appellate jurisdic- 
tion of, 15-1610 
Greenville County Court, appellate ju- 
risdiction of — 
civil. 15-656 
criminal, 15-657 
Marlboro County Court, appellate juris- 
diction of, 15-696 



APPEALS— Cont'd 

Jurisdiction — Cont'd 

Orangeburg County Court, appellate 

jurisdiction of, 15-716 
Richland County Court, appellate juris- 
diction of, 15-764 
Spartanburg County Court, appellate ju- 
risdiction of, 15-806 
Supreme Court, appeals to, infra 
Supreme Court of United States. Fed- 
eral Courts (this index) 
Juvenile and Domestic Relations Courts 

(this index) 
Juvenile delinquents, appeals to circuit 
courts in proceedings against, 71-260, 
71-261 
Landing fields, appeal in proceedings for 

acquisition of property for, 2-114 
Levee district, appeal from order estab- 
lishing, 18-224 
Limitation of time for new action after re- 
versal, 10-109 
Magistrates (this index) 
Marlboro County Court (this index) 
Milk and milk products, weighing and test- 
ing of, revocation of licenses as to, 32- 
1609.6 
Modification of judgment or order appealed 
from, power of, 7-13, 7-427 
restitution, 7-13 
Mortgage foreclosure- 
costs of clerk in connection with ap- 
praisal, 45-96 
stay of judgment directing sale, pending 
appeal to Supreme Court, 7-417 
Motor carriers, suspension or revocation of 

certificate, 58-1422 
Motor vehicle driver's license, appeal from 
denial, suspension, or revocation of, 46- 
178 
Municipal Courts (this index) 
Municipal public works, condemnation of 

land for, 59-208, 59-209 
New action after reversal, limitation of time 

for, 10-109 
New trial — - 

generally. New Trial (this index) 
on appeal to circuit court. Circuit courts, 
appeals to, supra 

Notice of, 7-4 

certified copy to be transmitted to ap- 
pellate court, 7-10 
circuit court, appeals to — 

service of notice, 7-304, 7-305 
time for notice, 7-302 
magistrates, appeal from, in criminal 

cases, 7-103 
Securities Act, appeals under, 62-251, 62- 

252 
service in cause heard by magistrate, 7-4 
stay of sentence by, 7-6 
Supreme Court, appeal to, infra 



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APPEALS— Cont'd 

Orangeburg County Court — 
appellate jurisdiction, 15-716 
Supreme Court, appeals to, 15-742 
Other states, laws of, right of review of 

decision as to, 26-64 
Parties, designation of, 7-11 
Perfection of appeal, 7-9, 7-409, 7-411 
Perishable property, effect of notice of ap- 
peal on judgment directing sale of, 7- 
422 
"Personal property" defined for purpose of 

statute, 7-17 
Printing. Supreme Court, appeals to, infra 
Probate courts, appeals from — 
generally, 7-201 to 7-208 
attachment to compel return, 7-203 
certification of judgment on appeal, 7-207 
circuit court's jurisdiction, 7-201 
costs in appeal to circuit court, 10-1612 
fees of probate judge for copy of pro- 
ceedings, 27-301 (22) 
local provisions, 27-304 to 27-320 
grounds, statement of, filing and service, 

7-202 
insanity — 

guardian or committee, appointment 

of, 32-1003 
restoration to sanity, 32-1007 
judge of probate court not to act in, 7- 

208 
jury trial in appellate court, when per- 
missible, 7-205 
neglect to enter appeal, procedure on, 7- 

206 
papers to be returned upon final disposi- 
tion of appeal, 7-203 
proceedings after determination of ap- 
peal, 7-207 
proceedings stayed by, 7-204 
recording appellate court's judgment, 

Prob Ct Rule 13 
retrial on, 7-205 

return to appellate court, 7-203 
Supreme Court, appellate jurisdiction in 
probate matters arising in circuit 
courts, 7-402 
time for, 7-202 
waiver, effect of, 7-204 
who may take, 7-202 
"Property" defined for purpose of statute, 

7-18 
Public aid and assistance, appeals to Pub- 
lic Welfare Department, 71-54 
Railroads, condemnation proceedings by. 

Eminent Domain (this index) 
"Real estate" defined for purpose of statute, 

7-16 
"Real property" defined for purpose of stat- 
ute, 7-16 
Record. Transcripts, infra 
Recorders' courts. Municipal Courts (this 
index) 



APPEALS— Cont'd 

Registration of voters — 

appeal from denial, SC Const, Art 2, 

§5; 23-69 to 23-75 
appeal from refusal to replace lost, de- 
faced, or destroyed certificate, 23-78 
appeal from removal of name from list 

of electors, 23-96 
Circuit court, appeals to, supra 
Supreme Court, appeals to, infra 
Remittitur. Supreme Court, appeals to, in- 
fra 
Reorganization Commission, appeal from 

contempt proceedings by, 9-216 
Reorganization plans not subject to, 9-226 
Restitution on reversal or modification, pow- 
er to order, 7-13 
Return. Circuit courts, appeals to, supra 
Reversal — 

defect or error not affecting substantial 

rights to be disregarded, 10-1214 
limitation of time for new action after, 

10-109 
power of, 7-13 

restitution on, power to order, 7-13 
Supreme Court, reversal by — 

concurrence required, SC Const, Art 

5, §12; 15-126 
effect of. Sup Ct Rule 27 
permissibility, 7-427 
Richland County Court — 

appeals from, to Supreme Court, 15-779 
appellate jurisdiction of, 15-764 
Sanity. Insanity, supra 

Schools, compulsory school attendance cas- 
es, appeal from rulings of board of in- 
quiry, 21-779 
Schoolteacher's discrimination proceeding, 
appeal from determination of State 
Board of Education to circuit court, 21- 
393 
Securities Act (this index) 
Sexual sterilization, 32-676 
Spartanburg County Children's Court, ap- 
peals to circuit court, 15-1337 
Spartanburg County Court — 

appeals to Supreme Court, 15-830"" 
appellate jurisdiction, 15-806 
State colleges and universities, decision up- 
on application for free tuition in, 22-54 
State Ports Authority, appeal from orders 
as to wharves, etc., in Charleston Har- 
bor, 54-37 
Stay or supersedeas — 
appeal to act as, 18-408 
circuit court, appeals to, 7-301 
condemnation proceedings by railroads 
and canal companies, stay on appeal 
bv payment of verdict into court, 58- 
780 



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APPEALS— Cont'd 

Stay or supersedeas — Cont'd 
criminal case — 

judgment in, 7-6 

Supreme Court rule as to, Sup Ct 
Rule 28 
demurrer, effect of appeal from overrul- 
ing demurrer to stay further hearing 
of cause, 7-422 
grade separation structures, alteration of, 

stay of work pending appeal, 58-835 
license for place of amusement, appeal 

from revocation of, 65-810 
probate court proceedings, 7-204 
Securities Act, appeals under, 62-253, 62- 

255 
Supreme Court, appeals to, infra 
telephone companies, stay pending re- 
view of Public Service Commission 
orders, 58-473, 58-477 
Street railways, review of Public Service 
Commission's orders. Public Service 
Commission (this index) 
Strict construction, inapplicability of rule 

of, to appeal statutes, 7-20 
Style of action to remain unchanged, 7-11 
Substantial rights, disregard of error of de- 
fect not affecting, 10-1214 
Summary ejectment of trespassers, 10-2444 
Supreme Court, appeals to — 

generally, 7-401 to 7-430 
affirmance on, power of, 7-427 
agreed statement of case, 7-407 
airports, appeal from proceeding for ac- 
quisition of property for, 2-114 
amendment of transcript of record, Sup 

Ct Rule 4(7, 8) 
appellant's brief, Sup Ct Rule 8 (2, 3, 5) 
extension of time to file, Sup Ct Rule 
8(9) 
attorney's costs on, 10-1617 
bond to obtain stay — 

dispensing with or limiting, 7-419 
execution of bond, stay upon, 7-418 
filing with clerk, 7-423 
sale of property pending, 7-412 to 7- 

413 
sale or delivery of land, 7-417 to 7-421 
sureties, justification by, 7-421 
Briefs in Supreme Court, supra 
Case or Exceptions (this index) 
chambers — - 

circuit court judge's decision at cham- 
bers, appeal from, 10-20 
Supreme Court justice's orders at 
chambers, appeal to court, 15-125 
Charleston City Court, 15-1579 
citation of cases in briefs, Sup Ct Rule 8 

_ (11, 12) 
civil arrest, proceedings on appeal as to 
release of debtor, 10-855, 10-858 



APPEALS— Cont'd 

Supreme Court, appeals to — Cont'd 

consideration of record of lower court, 
Sup Ct Rule 2 
facts not shown in transcript of rec- 
ord, Sup Ct Rule 8 (7) 
continuances — 

cases not reached, 15-143 
hearings, Sup Ct Rules 9 (2), 25 
costs and fees — 

attorney's costs on appeal to Supreme 

Court, 10-1617 
clerk, fees of, for services in remitting 
judgment and for furnishing opin- 
ion, judgment, or order, 7-430 
unnecessary printing, taxing cost 
against offending party, 7—425 
criminal cases — 

execution of death sentence upon af- 
firmance or dismissal of appeal, 
17-578 
newly discovered evidence, practice 
as to new trial for, Sup Ct Rule 
24 
practice and proceedings on appeal 
from general sessions court to 
Supreme Court, 7-404 
stay, Sup Ct Rule 28 

Darlington Countv Civil Court, appeals 
from, 15-1599.3 

demurrer, effect of appeal from overrul- 
ing demurrer to stay further hearing 
of cause, 7-422 
destitute and delinquent children, ap- 
peals in cases of, 71-260 
dismissal of appeal — 

cases not readv for hearing, Sup Ct 

Rule 9 (2) 
criminal cases without merit, Sup Ct 

Rule 23 
death of party, Sup Ct Rule 3 
execution of death sentence upon, 17- 

578 
failure to file briefs. Sup Ct Rule 29 
failure to file return, Sup Ct Rule 1 
damages, award of, for taking of land 
for highway purposes in Lancaster 
County, 33-1747, 33-1748 
Darlington Countv Civil Court, appeals 

from, 15-1599.3 
docketing, 7-408 

court rules as to, Sup Ct Rule 1, 9 (1) 
execution, effect of notice of appeal on, 

7-412 
exhibits in transcript of record, Sup Ct 

Rule 4 (5) 
facts, statement of, in briefs, Sup Ct Rule 

8 (7) 
failure to perfect — 
correction, 7-411 
waiver by, 7-409 



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APPEALS— Cont'd 

Supreme Court, appeals to — Cont'd 

filing and service of briefs, Sup Ct Rule 
4 (2), 8 (9), 29 
after argument or submission, Sup Ct 
Rule 8 (8) 
Florence Civil Court, appeals from, 15- 

1619 
gas companies, review of Public Service 

Commission orders, 58-126 
general sessions, court of, practice and 

proceedings on appeal from, 7-440 
grade separation structures, appeals as 

to alteration of, 5S-835 
Greenville County Court, appeals from, 

15-678 
heat companies, review of Public Service 

Commission's orders, 58-126 
ice cream manufacturer's license, appeal 
from denial, revocation, or suspen- 
sion of, 32-1708 
inheritance tax, appeals from assessment 

of, 65-510 
injunction, stay of proceedings pending 

appeal, 15-135 
insolvency of sureties on appellee's bond 

to stay sale on execution, 7-413 
intermediate orders, review of, 15-133 
judgment on, 7-427 

opinion to be attached to, 7-430 
jurisdiction — 

chancery, SC Const, Art 5, §4; 15-122 

law, SC Const, Art 5, §4; 15-123 

retention of jurisdiction by circuit 

courts until docketing of appeal 

in Supreme Court, Sup Ct Rule 

IS 

landing fields, appeal in proceedings for 

acquisition of property for, 2-114 
Laurens County Domestic Relations 

Court, appeals from, 15-1296 
Marlboro County Court, appeals from, 

15-699.17 
mimeographed copy of papers, when per- 
missible, 7-426 
modification of judgment, permissibility, 

7-427 
mortgage foreclosure, stay of judgment 

directing sale f 7-417 
municipal courts, certiorari to review 

conviction in, 7-14, 15-916 
New Trial (this index) 
notice of intention to appeal, 7-405 
execution as affected by, 7-412 
stay of proceedings below, operation 
as, 7-422 
objections to case, 7-406 
opinion — 

attaching to judgment, 7-430 
written opinions, required, 7-428 
Orangeburg County Court, appeals from, 
15-742 



APPEALS— Cont'd 

Supreme Court, appeals to — Cont'd 
perfection of appeal- 
Failure to perfect appeal, supra, this 

group 
stay of proceedings upon, 7-418 
perishable property, effect of notice of 
appeal on judgment directing sale 
of, 7-422 
preparation of case on appeals from cir- 
cuit courts, Cir Ct Rules 49, 50 
printing — 

of briefs, Sup Ct Rule 5, 8 (11 

costs, taxation of, Sup Ct Rule 8 
(6) 
of testimony, 7-425 

court rule as to, Sup Ct Rule 5 
inability for parties to pay for 
printing, 7-426 
priority of hearing cases, 15-142 
probate matters, 7-402 
questions of law. to be prepared by cir- 
cuit court, 7-403 
receivers — 

order appointing, review of, 15-123 
stay of proceedings pending appeal, 
15-135 
registration as voter, appeal from denial 
of, 23-73, 23-75 
constitutional provision for, SC 

Const, Art 2, § 5 
for municipal election. 23-117 
remittitur, Sup Ct Rule 1 

contents, Sup Ct Rule 17 (1) 
fees, 15-113; Sup Ct Rule 1 
stay of, Sup Ct Rule 17 (2) 
respondent's brief, Sup Ct Rule 8 (4) 
Reversal, supra 
Richland County Court, appeals from, 

15-779 
right of, 7-401 

Securities Act, appeals under, 62-255 
service and filing of briefs, Sup Ct Rule 
4 (2), 8 (9), 29 
after argument or submission, Sup Ct 
Rule 8 (8) 
settlement of case made, 7-406 
Spartanburg County Court, appeals 

from, 15-830 
special proceedings — 

final order in special proceedings, re- 
view of, 15-123 
security provisions as applicable to 
appeals in, 7-424 
statement of case agreed upon by attor- 
neys, 7-407 
stay on — 

appeal, stay of proceedings pending, 

15-135 
bond to obtain stay, supra, this group 
conveyance or other instrument, 

judgment to execute, 7-416 
criminal cases, Sup Ct Rule 28 



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APPEALS— Cont'd 
Supreme Court, appeals to — Cont'd 



stay on — 

delivery of documents or personalty, 

7-415 
execution, stay of, 7-412 
land, judgment for sale or delivery of, 

7-417 
lower court, stay of proceedings in, 

Sup Ct Rule 18 
notice of appeal, operation as stay, 

7-422 
perfection of appeal, stay of proceed- 
ings upon, 7-418 
remittitur, stay of, Sup Ct Rule 17(2) 
street railway companies, review of Pub- 
lic Service Commission's orders, 58- 
126 
submission on briefs, Sup Ct Rule 10, 29 
teacher's complaint of discrimination, ap- 
peal in proceedings on, 21-394 
telephone companies, review of Public 
Service Commission orders, 58-477 

time — 

for filing decisions, 7-429 
for notice of intention to appeal, 7- 
405 

extension, 7-410 
for preparing case with exceptions, 
7-406 
Transcripts, infra 
typewritten copies of papers, 7-426 

transcript of record, Sup Ct Rule 6 
Undertaking to obtain stay. Bond, supra, 

this group 
unemployment compensation, appeal 
from review of Employment Secu- 
rity Commission's decision by circuit 
court, 68-165 
regulations as to, Rules and Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 543 [Reg. 7] 
waiver by failure to perfect appeal, 7- 

409 
water companies, review of Public Serv- 
ice Commission's orders, 58-126 
Tax appeals from assessments. Taxation 

(this index) 
Tax Board of Review, appeals to. Tax 

Board of Review (this index) 
Tax Commission, rules for conducting ap- 
peals to, 65-63 

circuit court, appeal to, 7-202, 7-302 
criminal case, 7-103 
probate court, appeal from, 7-202 
Supreme Court, appeal to, supra 
telephone companies, review of Public 

Service Commission's orders, 58-472 
transmittal of papers to appellate court, 

7-10 
Title of action to remain unchanged, 7-11 



APPEALS— Cont'd 

Transcripts — 

amendment, Sup Ct Rule 4 (7, 8) 
arrangement, Sup Ct Rule 4 (1) 
contents, Sup Ct Rule 4 (3 to 6) 
criminal cases, stenographer's duty to 

furnish, 15-1902, 15-1903 
exhibits, Sup Ct Rule 4 (5) 
facts not shown in, consideration of, 

Sup Ct Rule 8 (7) 
fees of stenographer for furnishing, 15- 

1903, 15-1904, 15-1907 
index, Sup Ct Rule 4 (2) 
preservation for use of bar, Sup Ct Rule 

21 
printing, Sup Ct Rule 5 
service of, Sup Ct Rule 4 (2) 
taxation of cost of, 15-1903 
title, Sup Ct Rule 4 (2) 
typewritten records, Sup Ct Rule 6 
Transmittal of papers to appellate court, 7- 

Tuberculosis, commitment as patient for, 

32-633 
Undertaking. Bond, supra 
Unemployment compensation, action to ob- 
tain review of decision of Employment 
Security Commission by circuit court, 
68-165 
regulations as to, Rules and Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 543 [Reg. 7] 
Verdicts, appeal from, prior to judgment, 

7-5 
Voter's registration. Registration of voters, 

supra 

Waiver of appeal by failure to perfect, 7-409 

Water companies, review of Public Service 

Commission's orders. Public Service 

Commission (this index) 

Water Pollution Control Authority (this 

index) 
Who may take, 7-2 

Wine, appeals from order of revocation or 
suspension of permit, to circuit courts, 
4-217 
Workmen's compensation award, appeal 
from. Workmen's Compensation (this 
index) 



APPEARANCES 

Attachment — 

discharge of, 10-930 to 10-932 
time for appearance, 10-921 
Children's court, failure to appear when 

summoned, as contempt, 15-1401 
Entry of appearance, Cir Ct Rule 17 
Guardian ad litem, infants and incompetent 

persons to appear by, 10-231 
Jurisdictional objection as waived by, 10-648 
Magistrate's court, default judgment on 
failure to appear, 43-97 



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APPEARANCES— Cont'd 

Rail, common carriers by, proceedings be- 
fore Public Service Commission, ap- 
pearance in person or by agent or at- 
torney, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 759 
[Rule 2] 
general investigations, appearance with- 
out leave to intervene, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 759 [Rule 8] 
Voluntary appearance as equivalent to per- 
sonal service of summons, 10-406.1 



APPLES 

Bushel, standard, 66-157 
Bushels per barrel, 66-157 



APPLE TREES 

Neglected or abandoned, duty of Crop Pest 
Commission as to, 3-141 to 3-147 



APPLIANCES 

Household Furniture and Furnishings (this 
index) 



APPORTIONMENT 

House of Representatives, members of. 
House of Representatives (this index) 
Taxation (this index) 



APPRENTICES 
Labor (this index) 

APPROACHES 

Railroad crossings, overhead bridges at, 58- 
817 

APPROPRIATIONS 

See also Budget 

Generally, 30-205 

Annual General Appropriations Act, 30-205 
Army, Federal appropriations for, limited 

to two years, US Const, Art 1, § 8, cl 12 
Biennial period, appropriations for, when 

permissible, SC Const, Art 10, § 10 
Bills. General Assembly (this index) 
Cosmetologists, appropriations by State for 

enforcement of regulations as to, 56-482 
Counties (this index) 
Diversion prohibited, 1-701, 1-702 
Exceeding, penalized, 1-702 
Keeping within, required, 1-54, 1-702, 1-762 
Mode of payment when no direction given, 

1-861 
Origination of revenue bills in House of 

Representatives, SC Const, Art 3, § 15 
Recording of, by Comptroller General, 1-815 
Withdrawal of money from Federal Treas- 
ury as conditioned upon, US Const, Art 

1, § 9, cl 7 



APPRAISALS AND APPRAISERS 

Animals to be killed because of disease. 
Animal Diseases (this index) 

Appraisal commissioners. Drainage Dis- 
tricts (this index) 

Attachment, 10-927 
exemptions, 34-41 
in actions for purchase money, 10-925 

Corporate stockholder dissenting from sale 
of major assets, appraisal of interest 
of, 12-633, 12-634 

Estrays, 6-201 to 6 203, 6-207 

Executors and Administrators (this index) 

Exemptions from attachment, etc., 34-41 

Fees of appraisers, 27-502 

Homestead, 34-1 to 34-14 

Inheritance tax, appraisals by Tax Commis- 
sion, 65-507, 65-508 

Railroads, shares of stockholder opposing 
consolidation, 58-924 

Trespass, assessment of damages for, 10- 
1518 

Walterboro-Colleton County Airport Com- 
mission, excess property of, 2-285 
Waste, assessment of damages for, 10-1518 



ARBITRATION AND ARBITRATORS 

Generally, 10-1901 to 10-1905 

Agreed Case (this index) 

Agreement for, 10-1901 

Animal trespassing or running at large in 

Berkeley County, damages caused by, 

6-312 
Appeal to circuit court, 10-1904 
Bond, 10-1901 

Bribery of arbitrators, 16-217, 16-218 
Common pleas court — 
appeals to, 10-1904 
award as judgment of, 10-1905 
Entries as to, fees of clerk of courts for, 

27-53 (9) 
local provisions, 27-68 to 27-101 
Findings, effect of, 10-1904 
General Assembly's power to provide for, 

SC Const, Art 6. § 1 
Judgment of commo.i pleas court, award 

as, 10-1905 
Mechanics' and materialmen's liens, 45-303 
Oath of arbitrators, 10-1902 
Production of books and papers, arbitrators 

may compel, 10-1903 



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ARBITRATION AND ARBITRATORS 
—Cont'd 

Selection of arbitrators, 10-1902 
Witnesses, arbitrators may subpoena, 10 
1903 

ARBOR DAY 

Observance of, 64-101 

ARCHITECTS 

Generally, 56-51 to 56-53 

Age, requirement as to, 56-55 
Annual fee, 56-58 

Applicability of regulations to other per- 
sons, 56-63 
Application fees, 56-57 
Board of Examiners, 56-52 to 56-55 

appointment, 56-52 

compensation of members, 56-53 

examination of applicants, 56-55 

meetings, 56-54 

officers, 56-54 

rules, 56-54 

seal, 56-54 . 

suspension of revocation of certificate, 

56-61 
term, 56-52 
vacancies, 56-52 
Catawba-Ebenezer Townships Airport 

Commission, employment by, 2-473 
Certificate required for practice, 56-51 
penalty for practicing without, 56-62 
revocation or suspension of, 56-61 
Certification of architects from other states, 

56-56 
Corporation, practice of architecture by, 

56 - 59 ca ee 

Education, requirement as to, io-iS 

Examination, 56-55 

Experience, requirement of, 56-55 

Fees — 

annual fee, 56-58 

application fee, 56-57 
Hospitals in municipalities 1000 to 5000, em- 
ployment for, 32-853 
Invitations to bid to show that contractor 

licenses are required, 56-417 
Other states, certification of architects of, 

S6 " 56 ^ c* 

Partnership, practice of architecture by, 56- 

59 

Penalty for practicing without certificate, 

56-62 
Qualifications of applicants, 56-55 
Revocation of certificate, 56-61 
Seal required, 56-60 

Board of Examiners, 56-54 
State board of architectural examiners 

Board of Examiners, supra 
Suspension of certificate, 56-61 



Code of Laws of South Carolina 

ARCH SUPPORTS 
Chiropodists, 56-322 



ARGUMENTS OF COUNSEL 

Circuit Court, Cir Ct Rule 11 

jury, argument to, Cir Ct Rule 77 
motions, arguments on, Cir Ct Rule 58 
questions for argument, how brought 

before court, Cir Ct Rule 56 
right to open and close, Cir Ct Rule 58 
rule to show cause, argument on, Cir 

Ct Rule 58 
summation, distribution of time for, Cir 
Ct Rule 31 
Probate courts, Prob Ct Rule 7 
Rail, common carriers by, proceedings be- 
fore Public Service Commission, Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 762 [Rule 29] 
reargument, application for, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 763 [Rule 31 (a), 
(c)] 
Supreme Court, arguments in — 

against decisions of the court, Sup Ct 

Rule 8(10) 
citation of South Carolina reports, Sup 

Ct Rule 8 (11, 12) 
consolidation of cases for, Sup Ct Rule 

26 
extracts from books. Sup Ct Rule 13 
on motions, Sup Ct Rule 16 
points argued, Sup Ct Rule 8(3) 
submissions without argument, Sup Ct 

Rules 10, 29 
time limit, Sup Ct Rule 12 
Time of, regulations as to, 56-143 

circuit court, distribution of time for 

summation, Cir Ct Rule 31 
Supreme Court, time limit, Sup Ct Rule 
12 

ARM 

Arms (this index) 

ARMED FORCES 

See also Militia; Veterans 

Annulment action, service of process on 

person serving overseas, 20-46 
Appropriations for, Federal, limited to two 

' years, US Const, Art 1, § 8, cl 12 
Attorneys at Law (this index) 
Birth or death records furnished free to 

persons entering, 32-1124 
Certified copies of certain public records 

furnished free, 44-660 
Civil authority, subordination of military 

power to, SC Const, Art 1, § 26 
Civil Defense (this index) 



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ARMED FORCES— Cont'd 

Commander in Chief, President of United 
States as, US Const, Art 2, § 2, cl 1 

Congress — 

Federal appropriations for armed forces 
limited to two years, US Const, Art 
1, § 8, cl 12 
may raise and support armed forces, US 

Const, Art 1, § 8, cl 12, 13 
militia — 

arming of, power of, US Const, Art 1, 

§8, cl 15 
organization of, power to provide for, 
US Const, Art 1, § 8, cl 16 
State not to keep troops without consent 

of, US Const, Art 1, § 10, cl 3 
to make rules for government of armed 
forces, US Const, Art 1, § 8, cl 14 
Consent — 

of Congress, troops not to be kept by 
State without, US Const, Art 1, § 10, 
cl3 
of General Assembly to maintenance of 
armies, required in times of peace, 
SC Const, Art 1, § 26 
soldiers not to be quartered in houses in 
time of peace without, US Const, 
3rd Amend 
Crime, dispensability of indictment for, SC 
Const, Art 1, "§ 17; US Const, Sth 
Amend 
Disabled military personnel, land ceded to 
United States for home or sanitorium 
for, 39-122 
Discharges, recording of. Veterans (this 

index) 
Divorce proceeding, affidavit of person 
serving in armed forces as to impossi- 
bility of reconciliation, 20-110.1 
Exemptions — 

from road, street, and poll taxes, 33-963, 

33-1071, 33-1212, 44-464, 44-465 
from road duty, 47-1324 
of penitentiary officers and employees, 
from military duty, 55-307 
Federal appropriations for, limited to two 

years, US Const, Art 1, § 8, cl 12 
Government of, Congress may make rules 

for, US Const, Art 1, § 8, cl 14 
Housing for national defense activities, en- 
listed men as "persons engaged in Na- 
tional Defense Activities" for purposes 
of, 36-371(1) 
Income tax — 

compensation for military service, not 

gross income, 65-254 
exemptions for person in military 
service, 65-225.1 
Indictment for crime, dispensability, SC 
Const, Art 1, § 17; US Const, 5th 
. Amend 



ARMED FORCES— Cont'd 

Lands ceded to United States for military or 
naval purposes in certain counties, 39- 
110, 39-111, 39-114, 39-122 to 39-124.1, 
39-132,39-134 

Leave of absence for training to public of- 
ficers and employees serving in, 44- 
861 

License fees and taxes, proration for per- 
sons entering armed services, 65-5 

Machine guns, possession of, 16-125 

Military board, 44-74 

Minority, removal of disability of, as to 
Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 
1944. 44-654 

Notarial powers of officers of armed forces 
during World War II, 44-475 

Oath- 
notarial powers of officers in World War 

11.44-475 
of military or civilian personnel to af- 
fidavit for recording documents, ad- 
ministering, 60-51, 60-53, 60-54 

Obstruction of recruiting, 44-355, 44-356 

Optometry, persons in service defaulting in 
payment of fee, 56-1071 

Penitentiary officers and employees, exemp- 
tion from military duty, 55-307 

Physician in, applicability of regulations to, 
56-1372 

Police insurance and annuity fund, rein- 
statement of World War II servicemen, 
61-315 

President of United States as Commander 
in Chief of, US Const. Art 2, § 2, cl 1 

Protection of United States Air Force base 
or airfield, 2-131 to 2-133 

Public officers and employees serving in, 
leave of absence for training, 44-861 

Quartering of troops in houses, constitution- 
al provisions, SC Const, Art 1 § 26; US 
Const, 3rd Amend 

Recruiting, obstruction of, 44-355, 44-356 

Reserve officers' training corps units in 
high schools, 21-419 

Road dutv, exemption of persons from, 47- 
1324 

Road taxes. Taxes, infra 

Selective Service Act of 1948, certified cop- 
ies of records furnished free for* pur- 
pose of, 44-660 

Servicemen's Dependent's Allowance Act of 
1942, free furnishing of birth or death 
record, 32-1124, 44-660 

Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944, re- 
moval of disability of minority for 
transactions under, 44-654 

Service of process in annulment action on 
person serving overseas, 20-46 

South Carolina retirement system — 

former employee discharged from armed 
services, election of membership by, 
61-43 



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ARMED FORCES— Cont'd 

South Carolina retirement system — Cont'd 
payments by members, 61-76 
prior service credit after return from 
armed forces, 61-76 
Subordination of military power to civil au- 
thority, SC Const, Art 1, § 26 
Taxes — 

exemption of persons in armed forces 
from road, street, and poll taxes, 33- 
963, 33-1071, 33-1212, 44-464, 44-465 
income tax — 

compensation for military service, 

not gross income, 65-254 
exemptions for persons in military 
service, 65-225.1 
license fees and taxes, proration of, for 
persons entering armed services, 65- 
5 
suspension of taxes of persons in, in 
certain counties, 65-1993 
Testimony of servicemen as admissible at 

subsequent trials, 26-11 
Troop movements, State's cooperation in, 

44-461 to 44-465 
Veterans ("this index) 
Wills (this index) 



ARMED MEN 

Bringing into State for purpose of suppress- 
ing domestic violence, restrictions on, 
SC Const, Art 8, § 9 



ARMISTICE DAY 
Holiday, 64-151 



ARMORIES 

Militia, armories for, 44-101 to 44-104 
Tax exemption, 65-1522(24) 



ARMS 

Keeping and bearing, constitutional right, 
SC Const, Art 1, § 26; US Const, 2nd 
Amend 

Motor carriers, loss or impairment of arm 
as affecting qualifications for driver, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 765 [Reg. 
1.21] 

Weapons (this index) 

Workmen's compensation for loss of arm, 
72-153 



ARMY AND NAVY 
Armed Forces (this index) 



ARRAIGNMENT 

Custody of accused after, Cir Ct Rule 35 
New indictment, arraignment on, 17-503 
Preliminary examination. Magistrates (this 
index) 



ARREST 

See also Civil Arrest 

Generally, 17-251 to 17-263 

Affidavit of, filing of, Cir Ct Rule 4 
Alcohol and alcoholic beverages — 

nuisances, persons conducting, 4-404 
persons violating provisions, 4-413 
Aldermen, etc., powers of, 15-909 
Bedding, providing, 17-261 
Bench Warrants (this index) 
Bond for order of, Cir Ct Rule 68 
Children. Juvenile and Domestic Relations 

Courts (this index) 
Children's Courts (this index) 
Civil Arrest (this index) 
Civil defense violators. 44-361, 44-362 
Clothing, providing, 17-261 
Councilmen, arrest by, 15-909 

in towns of less than 1,000, 47-149 
Cruelty to Animals (this index) 
Deputy sheriffs. Sheriffs, infra 
Detention — 

change of prison and custody, restric- 
tions on, 17-262 
permissible period, 17-261 
place of, 17-261 
Disorderly Conduct (this index) 
Drunkenness (this index) 
Duelling, magistrate's powers of arrest for 

prevention of, 43-216 
Electric, interurban, and street railways — 
conductors and employees, powers of, 

58-1323 
streetcar operators may make arrest for 
violations as to separation of races, 
58-1338 
Escaped prisoner, 17-260, 55-4, 55-5 
Exemptions or privilege from, 17-256 

courts, persons attending or going to or 

from, 15-11, 17-256 
electors, privilege of, SC Const, Art 2, 
§14 
Militia (this index) 
Senate (this index) 
State Guard, 44-262 
State Legislature, members of, SC Const, 

Art 3, § 14 
United States Senators and Representa- 
tives, US Const, Art 1, § 6, cl 1 
volunteer and militia forces, SC Const, 

Art 13, §2 
Witnesses, infra 
Felony, who may make arrest for, 17-251 
Filing of affidavit- Cir Ct Rule 4 



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ARREST— Cont'd 

Fisheries inspectors, powers of, 28-170 

Food, providing, 17-261 

Ground to be disclosed, failure penalized, 

17-255 
Habeas Corpus (this index) 
Hawker found without license, 56-1216 
Highway patrol, arrest by. Highway Patrol 

(this index) 
Intoxication, arrest for. Intoxication (this 

index) 
Juvenile and Domestic Relations Courts 

(this index) 
Juvenile delinquents, to be reported to 

court, 71-258 
Liquor nuisance, person conducting, 4-404 
Litigants attending court as exempt, 17- 

256 
Magistrate (this index) 
Mayor in town of less than 1,000, arrest by, 

47-149 
Means permissible, 17-252 
Military duty as exempting from, 17-256 
Militia (this index) 
Mobs. Riots and Mobs (this index) 
Municipal Corporations (this index) 
Municipalities, certain offenders in. Munic- 
ipal Courts (this index) 
Night-time arrest without warrant, when 

permissible, 17-252 
Nuisances, persons conducting, alcoholic 

beverage law, 4-404 
Obscenity (this index) 
Parks, violators of regulations, 51-105 
Peddler found without license, 56-1216 
Police, outside corporate limits, 17-254 

powers within one mile of corporate lim- 
its, 53-1 
Precept, failure to exhibit, on request, 17-255 
Privilege from. Exemptions or privilege 

from, supra 
Probation officers, powers of, 55-578 
Probation violator, 55-595 
Railroad conductors and station agents, 

powers of, 58-1221 
Riots and Mobs (this index) 
Sheriffs — 

illegal arrest as contempt, 53-219 
powers and duties of, 53-197, 53-198 
powers and duties of deputv sheriffs, 53- 
85 
fairs, circuses, etc., deputy sheriffs 

for, 53-124 
industrial communities, deputy sher- 
iffs for, 53-111 
parks and amusement places, deputy 
sheriffs for, 53-135 
Shipmaster may arrest procurer of sea- 
men for unauthorized boarding of ves- 
sel, 54-359 
State Guard, exemption of, 44-262 
State hospital, disorderly or trespassing 
persons on grounds of, 32-979 



ARREST— Cont'd 

State House grounds, arrest of trespassers 

on, 1-414 
Street railways. Electric, interurban, and 

street railways, supra 
Sunday, arrest on, 17-259, 17-260 
Support proceedings in family court divi- 
sion. Juvenile and Domestic Relations 
Courts (this index) 
Thief, who may arrest, 17-251 
Warrants — 

arrest without warrant, when permis- 
sible, 17-251 to 17-254 
night-time arrest without warrant, 17- 
252 
Bench Warrants (this index) 
courts-martial, warrants for arrest of 

accused, 44-193 
fugitive from other state, warrant for 

arrest of, 17-201 
homicide, issuance of warrant by 
coroner, 17-151 
form of warrant, 17-152 
information before magistrate as basis 
of warrant, 43-111 
Witnesses — 

court, exemption while attending or go- 
ing to or from, 17-256 
Legislature, punishability, for arresting 
witnesses summoned by, SC Const, 
Art 3, § 13 
out of state witnesses in criminal cases, 
protection of. Witnesses (this in- 
dex) 



ARREST OF JUDGMENT 

Juvenile and domestic relations courts, pow- 
ers of children's court division, 15-1250 
Motion for, Cir Ct Rule 72 



ARSENALS AND MAGAZINES 

Congress to exercise exclusive jurisdiction 
over arsenals, US Const, Art 1, § 8, 
cl 17 

United States, acquisition of land by, 39-51 
to 39-54, 39-61 to 39-64 
specific grants, 39-101 to 39-134 



ARSENATE 
Insecticides and Fungicides (this index) 

ARSENATE OF LEAD 

Coloring of, required, 3-161 

ARSINE 

Exposure to, threshold limits, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 559 [Sec. 6] 



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ARSON 

Generally, 16-311 to 16-320 

Conviction of, as disqualifying elector, SC 

Const, Art 2, § 6 
Definitions — 
arson, 16-311 
attempts, 16-320 
dwelling house, 16-301 
parcel of dwelling house, 16-301 
Insurance Commissioner's duty with respect 

to, 37-83 
Kilns, 3-47, 3-48 
Peremptory challenges, 38-211 
Punishment, 16-311 

aiding and abetting, 16-311 to 16-314, 16- 

319 
building not subject to arson, burning 

of, 16-312 
insured property, burning of, 16-313 
lands and property of others — ■ 
attempt to burn, 16-319 
carrying fire on, 16-316 
crops, burning of, 16-314 
negligent burning of, 16-318 
personal property, burning of, 16-314, 

16-315 
wilful burning of, 16-317 
tenant, burning of buildings or crops by, 

16-385 
unfinished or vacant buildings, 16-384 
Ricks- 
corn or grain, 3-47, 3-48 
hay, 3-47 
Stacks of hay, straw, or grain, 3-47, 3-48 
Treble damages for burning of certain 
property, 16-315 



ARTERIAL HIGHWAYS 
Through Highways (this index) 

ARTICHOKES 

Germination standard, Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7, p. 459 [Reg. 4] 

ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION 
Corporations (this index) 

ARTICLES OF WAR 

Militia, applicability to, 44-4 

ASAPROL 

Soft drink as adulterated by, 32-1515 

ASBESTOSIS 

Reporting of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 553 
[Sec. 5] 



ASHES 
Fire regulations as to, 47-1160 

ASHLEY RIVER 

Bridge across, authorization of, 33-203 
Improvement project — 

grants to United States for, 70-251 to 70- 

253 
lands raised by, right of United States 
to use, 70-252 

ASIATIC CHOLERA 

Prevention of, Governor's authority as to, 

32-553 
Quarantine placard, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

554 [Sec. 8] 
Travel of persons having, restricted. Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7 p. 556 [Sec. 14] 
common carrier not to transport persons 
afflicted with, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 623 [Sec 2] 

ASPARAGUS 

Germination standard, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 459 [Reg. 4] 

ASPARAGUS BEANS 

Germination standard, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 459 [Reg. 4] 



ASS 



Asses (this index) 



ASSAULT AND BATTERY 

Aggravated assault, indictment for, special 
count for carrying concealed weapon, 
17-404 
Concealed weapon, assault with — 
additional punishment. 16-93 
exclusive jurisdiction of general ses- 
sions courts. 17-404 
indictment, 17-404 
Costs limited in actions for, when, 10-1607 
General sessions courts, jurisdiction of, SC 
Const, Art 5, § 18 
exclusive jurisdiction of assault with con- 
cealed weapon, 17-404 
Intent to kill, indictment for assault with, 
special count for carrying concealed 
weapon, 17-404 
Intent to ravish, assault with, 16-72 

conviction of, as disqualifying elector, 
SC Const, Art 2, § 6 
Limitation of civil action for, 10-145(1) 



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ASSAULT AND BATTERY— Cont'd 

Militiamen, assault on, 44-139 

Pointing firearm, 16-141 

Political opinions, assault on account of, 16- 

S59 
Striking superior officer, military offense of, 

44-157 
Witness summoned to attend Senate or 

House of Representatives, punishability 

of assault on, SC Const, Art 3, § 13 



ASSEMBLY 

General Assembly (this index) 
Unlawful assembly, duties of militia when 
called out to suppress, 44-113 



ASSEMBLY AND PETITION, 
RIGHT OF 

Constitutional right, SC Const, Art 1, § 4; 
US Const, 1st Amend 



ASSES 

Cutting tails of, 6-6 

Importation of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 495 
[Reg. 2] 



ASSESSMENT 

Income Tax (this index) 
Inheritance Tax (this index) 
Notice by Tax Commission to person af- 
fected, 65-105 
Sales and Use Taxes (this index) 
Special Assessments (this index) 
Taxes. Taxation (this index) 



ASSESSORS 
Tax assessors. Taxation (this index) 

ASSETS 

Assignment for benefit of creditors, cred- 
itors' power to direct distribution, 57- 
363 

Corporations (this index) 

Executors and Administrators (this index) 

Federal savings and loan association, sale to. 
Federal Savings and Loan Associations 
(this index) 

Intangible assets, securities issued for, es- 
crowing under Security Act, 62-115 

Partnerships (this index) 

ASSIGNATION 
Prostitution (this index) 



ASSIGNMENT 

Abatement of action by, 10-217 

Accounts Receivable (this index) 

Circuit judges. Circuit Courts and Judges 
(this index) 

Competency of witnesses against assignee 
of deceased or insane party, 26-402 

Court costs, assignee's liability for, 10-1621 

Electricity rates, reparation claims as to, 24- 
46 

Liens and Encumbrances (this index) 

Mortgages (this index) 

Motor carriers' certificate of public con- 
venience and necessity, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. SOI [Rule 37) 

Negotiable Instruments (this index) 

Notice of. Accounts Receivable (this in- 
dex) 

Partnerships (this index) 

Retirement benefits from South Carolina re- 
tirement system, assignment prohibited, 
61-116 

Salaries, stamp tax on assignment of, 65- 
689 

Set-off in action by assignee of choses in 
action, 10-706 

Telephone companies, reparation claims for 

improper charges, 5S-424 
Trust, assignment of, to be in writing, 67-2 
Unemployment compensation benefits, 68- 

352 

Workmen's compensation claim, assignabil- 
ity, 72-187 



ASSIGNMENT FOR BENEFIT 
OF CREDITORS 

Generally, 57-351 to 57-366 

Agent of creditors — 
appointment. 57-354 

by majority of creditors, 57-358 
revocation, 57-363 
duties and powers on failure of assignees 

to call meeting of creditors, 57-357 
powers, generally, 57-359 
Arrest. Civil Arrest (this index) 
Bond of assignee — 

premium for, as allowable expense. 67-64 
surety company bond permissible, but 
not requireable, 67-64 
Commissions of agents or assignees, 57-366 
forfeiture for failure to account or fol- 
low directions, 57-365 
Creditors — 

failing to appoint agent, effect of, 57- 

360 
powers, generally, 57-363 
rights before judgment, 57-353 
Distribution of assets, creditors' power to 
direct, 57-363 



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ASSIGNMENT FOR BENEFIT OF 
CREDITORS— Cont'd 

Meeting of creditors — 

assignees' duty to call, 57-356 
procedure on assignees' failure to call, 
57-357 
Partner's power to bind firm by, 52-21 
Penalty for failure of agent or assignee to 

account or follow directions, 57-365 
Preferences and priorities — 

assignments void for giving, 57-351 
certain transactions void, 57-352 
priority of employer's contributions to 
unemployment compensation fund, 
68-211 
Reports by assignees and agents to cred- 
itors, 57-364, 57-365 
Sale- 
agent of creditors, powers of, 57-357, 57- 

359 
before appointment of creditors' agent, 

57-355 
by assignees on failure of creditors to 

appoint agent, 57-360 
creditors' powers as to, 57-363 
disposition of proceeds of, 57-362 
Trust company's power to act as assignee, 

8-241 
Umpire — 

appointment of, 57-361 
decisions by, 57-359 



ASSISTANCE OF COUNSEL 

Assignment of counsel to accused, 17-507 
Counsel, right of accused to, US Const, 

6th Amend., 17-506, 17-507 
Juvenile and domestic relations courts, duty 

to inform respondent in proceedings for 

support of wife, child, or step-child of 

right to counsel, 15-1253 



ASSOCIATIONS— Cont'd 

Co-operative associations — 

Co-operative Associations (this index) 
Marketing Associations (this index) 
Corporations generally. Corporations (this 

index) 
Credit Unions (this index) 
Fair associations. Fairs and Fair Associa- 
tions (this index) 
Federal Savings and Loan Associations (this 

index) 
Foreign land associations, license tax on, 

65-941 
Fraternal Benefit Associations (this index) 
Improper use of names, emblems, etc., 16- 

542, 16-543 
Joint Stock Companies (this index) 
Judgment against unincorporated associa- 
tion, 10-1516 
Marketing Associations (this index) 
Mutual Aid Associations (this index) 
Mutual Insurance (this index) 
Savings and Loan Associations (this index) 
Securities registration, articles of organiza- 
tion to be submitted with application 
for, 62-110 
Trade Associations (this index) 
Unincorporated associations — 

acting as corporation, action by Attorney 
General in case of, 10-2256(3) 
costs, 10-2268 
as defendants, 10-215 
improper use of names, emblems, etc., 

16-542, 16-543 
judgment against, 10-1516 
service of summons on, 10-429 



ASSUMPTION OF RISK 

Railroad employees, 58-1233 
Workmen's Compensation Act as affecting 
availability of defense, 72-118 to 72-120 



ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL 
Attorney General (this index) 

ASSOCIATIONS 

Alcoholic beverages licenses to, 4-33 
Attachment of stock in, 10-922 

sale on execution to satisfy judgment, 
10-933(2) 
Building and Loan Associations (this index) 
Bylaws — 

Fraternal Benefit Associations (this in- 
dex) 
mutual insurance associations, 37-381, 37- 
385 
Charters, amended to permit hedging con- 
tracts, 11-65.1 
Clubs (this index) 



ASYLUMS 

See also the particular institutions 

Hospitals (this index) 

Incompetent and Insane Persons (this in- 
dex) 

Orphan asylums. Orphans and Orphanages 
(this index) 

State Hospital (this index) 



ATHLETIC CONTESTS 

Amusements and Athletic Contests (this 
index) 



ATLANTIC BEACH 

Motor vehicles, operation of, 46-458 



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ATLANTIC OCEAN 
Waters and Watercourses (this index) 



ATLANTIC STATES MARINE 
FISHERIES COMMISSION 

Audits of accounts and books, 28-205 
Cooperation by other State officials, 28-203 
Eligibility to appointment as Commission- 
ers, 28-201 
Members, 28-201 
Powers, 28-202 
Records, 28-204 

Removal of Commissioner, 28-201 
Reports, 28-204 
Term of office, 28-201 
Vacancies, how filled, 28-201 



ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION 

Electricity sold to, suspension of license tax 
on, 65-903 

Savannah River plant, income tax as af- 
fected by gain or loss, 65-272 

Special State constables for, 53-731 to 53- 
736 



ATTACHMENT 

Generally, 10-901 to 10-956 

Absconding defendants, in actions against, 
10-901 (7, 8) 
constable's fees, 27-451 (6) 

local provisions, 27-421, 27-452, 27-453 
Affidavit — 

contents of, 10-905 

filrfig and service of, 10-907 

granting of attachment, filing on, Cir 
Ct Rule 68 
''form of, 10-906 

warrant, required for issue of, 10-912 
Answer, time for filing, 10-921 
Appearance — 

discharge on, 10-930 to 10-932 
time for, 10-921 
Appraisal. Inventory and appraisal, infra 
Assignment for benefit of creditors as 
avoiding preference created by, 57-352 
Associations, stock of. Stock of corpora- 
tions, infra 
Automobile. Motor vehicle, infra 
Bills of Lading (this index) 
Body attachment. Civil Arrest (this index) 
Bond- 
amount of, 10-908, 10-909 
appeal, increase on, 10-909 
collection of debts by plaintiff, bond for, 
10-936 
[8 SC Code]— 5 



ATTACHMENT— Cont'd 

Bond — Cont'd 

fees for taking and filing — 
clerk of courts, 27-53 (20) 

local provisions, 27-68 to 27-101 
magistrate, 27-431 (2) 

local provisions, 27-421, 27-434, 
27-437 
filing of, on granting of attachment, Cir 

Ct Rule 68 
form of, 10-910 

Purchase money, in actions for, infra 
redelivery bonds, 10-931, 10-932 
third party claims, in cases of, 10-929 
warrant, required for issue of, 10-912 
Books of debtor, officer to take custody of, 

10-923 
Collection of claims of debtor, 10-927 
by plaintiff instead of officer, 10-936 
satisfaction of judgment — 

collection to continue until, 10-933 (4) 
proceeds applied to, 10-933 CI) 
uncollected claims, sale of, 10-934 
Complaint, service of, 10-921 
Concealing or removing attached goods, 16- 

370 
Constable. Sheriff or constable, infra 
Conversion, in actions for wrongful con- 
version, 10-901 (2) 
Contempt (this index) 
Corporations — 

Foreign Corporations (this index) 
Stock of corporations, infra 
Discharge of — 

bond for, 10-931, 10-932 

on appearance of defendant, 10-930 to 10- 

932 
on judgment for defendant, 10-937 
owner may move for, 10-932.1 
purchase money, in actions for, 10-955 
third party may move for, when, 10-931 
Double damages for withholding property 
from repossession, 10-933 (3) 

Execution to subject attached property to 

judgment, 10-933 (2) 
Exemption from Attachment (this index) 
Firemen's pension fund and payments ex- 
empt from, 61-407 
Foreign Corporations (this index) 
Fraternal benefits as exempt from, 37- 
917 

Fraud on creditors, for prevention of, 10- 
901 (8) 

debts not due, 10-903 
Garnishment (this index) 
Grounds for, 10-901 to 10-903 
Homestead Exemption (this index) 
Indorsing list of goods on writ, 43-323 
Intangible property, 10-925, 10-926 

certificate of defendant's interest in, 10- 
926 



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ATTACHMENT— Cont'd 

Inventory and appraisal, 10-927 

purchase money, in actions for, 10-955 
Judgment — 

for defendant, disposition of property 

on, 10-937 
repossession after, 10-933 (3) 
satisfaction out of attached property, 10- 
927, 10-933 
Collection of claims of debtor, supra 
disposition of surplus property, 10- 

935 
execution for, 10-933 (2) 
motor vehicles, sale of, 10-934 
purchase money, in actions for, 10- 
956 
Libel, in action for, 10-902 
Lien, attachment to enforce — 
\/motor vehicle, 45-551 
ship or vessel, 45-355 

lien for damage done by negligent 
operation, 45-553 
Lien of, 10-924 

for purchase money, 10-954 
Locomotives, 58-1272 
Magistrate, fees of, 27-431 (2, 14, 15) 

local provisions, 27-421, 27-434, 27-437 
Manufacturing company's stock as subject 

to, 12-203 
Mechanic's lien — 

priority as against attaching creditor, 

45-282 to 45-286 
sale to satisfy, rights of attachment 

creditor, 45-282, 45-283 
surplus proceeds of sale under, as sub- 
ject to attachment, 45-281 
Motor vehicle, to enforce lien for damages 

from operation, 45-551 
Money, in action for recovery of, 10-901 (1) 
Money and bank notes of debtor, duty of 

officer to attach, 10-923 
Motion for, prompt decision of, 10-1232 
Nonresidents, actions against, 10-901(5) 

libel and slander cases, 10-902 
Partner's interest in partnership, 52-52 
Perishable property, disposition of, 10-928 
proceeds of sale applied to judgment, 
10-933 (1) 
Personal injuries, in actions for, 10-901 (3) 
Personal property — 

duty of sheriff or constable, 10-923 

in certain actions as to, 10-901 (2) 

Intangible property, supra 

Perishable property, supra 

Purchase money, in actions for, infra 

sale on execution to satisfy judgment, 

10-933 (2) 
Stock of corporations or associations, in- 
fra 
Vessels, infra 
Pilotage of ships, in actions for, 10-901 (6) 



ATTACHMENT— Cont'd 

Priority — 

as against mechanic's lien, 45-282 to 

45-2S6 
of attachment of real estate, 10-924 
for purchase money, 10-954 
Probate court's process, to compel return 

of, Prob Ct Rule 2 
Proceedings against defendants not served, 

attachment in, 10-256 
Property subject to, 10-922 

exemptions. Exemption from Attach- 
ment (this index) 
mechanic's lien sale, surplus proceeds, 

45-281 
railroad cars and engines, 58-1272 
retirement benefits under South Caro- 
lina Retirement System, 61-116 
Purchase money, in actions for, 10-951 to 
10-956 
authorization and issue, 10-951 
bond, 10-952 

by defendant, 10-955 
disposition on judgment for defend- 
ant, 10-955 
discharge of attachment, 10-955 
inventory and appraisal, 10-955 
lien of attachment, 10-954 
order of sale, 10-956 
verdict or findings, 10-956 
warrant of attachment — 
contents of, 10-952 
execution of, 10-953 

Railroad cars and engines, 58-1272 
Retirement benefits under South Carolina 
Retirement System exempt from, 61- 
116 
Real property, attachment of, 10-924 
duty of sheriff or constable, 10-923 
in actions to recover, real property, 10- 

901 (2) 
Purchase money, in actions for, supra 
recording of, 10-924 

sale on execution to satisfy judgment, 
10-933 (2) 
Redelivery bond, 10-931, 10-932, 10-955 
Release. Discharge, supra 
Removal of attached goods, 16-370 
Repossession by sheriff or constable after 

judgment, 10-933 (3) 
Sale of attached property — 

on execution to satisfy judgment, 10-933 

(2) 
Perishable property, supra 
to avoid excessive storage charges, 10- 
928 
Satisfaction of judgment. Judgment, su- 
pra 
Service of papers — 
affidavit, 10-907 
complaint, 10-921 

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ATTACHMENT— Cont'd 

Service of papers — Cont'd 
on Sunday, 10-471 

proceedings against defendants not 
served, attachment in, 10-256 
Sheriff or constable — ■ 

attaching property of debtor, 10-923 
Collection of claims of debtor, supra 
execution of warrant, 10-921 
fees, 27-401 (11) 

local provisions, 27-403 to 27-412 
listing goods attached, 43-323 
repossession after judgment, 10-933 (3) 
return, duty to make, 10-938 
seizure of property, duties on, 10-927 
Ships. Vessels, infra 
Slander, in action for, 10-902 
Stock certificate, 12-203, 12-318 

creditor's remedies to reach, 12-319 
Stock of corporations or associations, 10- 
922 
sale on execution to satisfy judgment, 10- 
933 (2) 
Sunday, service on, 10-471 
Tax on personal property, attachment to 

enforce, 65-2704 
Third party claims, 10-929 

discharge, right to move for, 10-931 
Trover and conversion, in actions for, 10- 

901 (2) 
Venue of third party claims, 10-929 
Vessels — 

enforcement of lien, 45-355 

lien for damage done by negligent 
operation, 45-553 
pilotage, in actions for, 10-901 (6) 
rights or shares in, 10-922 

proceeds of sale applied to judgment, 
10-933 (1) 
Warehoused goods, 69-198 

transferee of receipts, superiority of title, 
69-228 
Warrant of — 

contents of, 10-911, 10-952 
form of, 10-912 
issue — 

on filing affidavit and bond, 10-912 
to different counties, 10-911 
power to grant, 10-904 
Purchase money, in actions for, supra 
return of, 10-938 

ATTAINDER 

Bills of, forbidden, SC Const, Art 1, §8; 

US Const, Art 1, §9, cl. 3; US Const, 

Art 1, § 10, cl. 1 
Congress may not pass bill of, US Const, 

Art 1, § 9, cl. 3 
State may not pass bill of, US Const, Art 

1, § 10, cl. 1 



ATTAINDER— Cont'd 

Treason, attainder of, not to work corrup- 
tion of blood, US Const, Art 3, § 3, 
cl. 2 



ATTEMPTS 

Abortion, punishment for, 16-83, 16-84 
Arson, 16-319, 16-320 

Bank, entering with intent to steal, 16-336 
House, entering with intent to steal, 16-361 
Kidnapping, carrying out conspiracy for, 

16-92 
Motor vehicles, breaking into, 16-360 (a) 
Poisoning, attempt to kill by, 16-56 
Rape, 16-72 
Storage tank for gasoline, etc., breaking 

into, 16-360 (b) 
Vessel, entering with intent to seal, 16-361 



ATTESTATION 

Clerks of courts, attestation of writs and 
process, 15-1727 
constitutional provisions, SC Const, Art 
5, §31 
Wills (this index) 



ATTORNEY GENERAL 

Generally, 1-231 to 1-263 

Accounting to State Treasurer for fees, 

etc., 1-242 
Advice by — 

to Adjutant General, 1-238 

to Comptroller General, 1-238 

to General Assembly or Governor, 1- 

236 
to Public Service Commission, 1-238 
to Secretary of State, 1-238 
to State officers, 1-238 
to State Treasurer, 1-238 
Alcohol and alcoholic beverages — 

assistant assigned to tax commission for 

enforcement of laws as to alcohol, 

4-5.1 

ethyl or methvl alcohol, manufacture 

of— 

action on bond of manufacturer, 4- 

322 
action to determine whether provi- 
sions as to, have been violated 
and for forfeitures of property, 
4-32S 
liquor nuisances, powers and duties of 
attorney general upon failure of 
solicitor to perform duties as to, 4- 
408 
Annual examination of offices of county 
officers, 1-263 



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ATTORNEY GENERAL— Cont'd 

Annual report to General Assembly, 1-241 
Anti-trust laws, duty to enforce, 66-69 
Appearance for State, 1-233 
Assistant — 
bond, 1-41 
constitutional provisions for — 

Federal, US Const, 6th Amend. 
State, SC Const, Art 1, § 8 
oath, 1-41 

power to appoint, 1-232.1 
Tax Commission, assistant assigned to, 
for enforcement of laws as to al- 
cohol, 4-5.1 
Boards, State, conducting litigation for, 1- 

235 
Bond, 1-232 
Bond of assistant, 1-41 
Capital crime, attendance upon grand jury, 

1-237 
Charities, public, protection of, 1-240 
Circuit judges' neglect of duty, reporting 

to General Assembly, 15-214 
Circuit solicitors- 
assistance to or by, 1-237, 1-251 
intoxication, indictment of circuit solici- 
tor disabled by, 4-101 
Code of Laws, enforcement of duties in 
respect of, of officers receiving copies, 
1-61 
Compensation, 1-231; SC Const, Art 5, 
§28 
for recovery of fines against railroads, 

58-1270 
not alterable during term of office, SC 
Const, Art 4, § 24 
Comptroller General, duty to advise, 1- 

238 
Corporations failing to report, prosecu- 
tion of, 1-240 
County officers, annual examination of of- 
fices of, 1-263 
Countv treasurers, enforcing returns by, 

1-828 
Crop Pest Commission, acting for, 3-111 
Declaratory judgment actions, as party on 

constitutional questions, 10-2008 
Defense of persons claiming under State, 

1-261 
Departments, State, conducting litigation 

for, 1-235 
Election, SC Const, Art 4, §24; Art 5, 

§28 
Electrical utilities regulation, legal head of 

actions to enforce, 24-6 
Employment Security Commission, repre- 
sentation of, 68-164 
Escheated money or goods, duty to sue 

for, 57-221 
Ethyl or methyl alcohol. Alcohol and al- 
coholic beverages, supra 



ATTORNEY GENERAL— Cont'd 

Examination, annual, of offices of county 
officers, 1-263 

Executive department, membership in, 1-1 

Extradition hearings to be conducted by, 
17-205 

General Assembly — • 
advising, 1-236 
report to, 1-241 

circuit judges' neglect of duty, re- 
ports as to, 15-214 

Governor, duty to advise, 1-236 

Grand jury, attendance upon, where capi- 
tal crime charged, 1-237 

Habeas corpus, notification of, 17-361 

Intoxicating liquors. Alcohol and alco- 
holic beverages, supra 

Intruders on State property, prosecution of, 
1-239 

Liquor laws. Alcohol and alcoholic bev- 
erages, supra 

Office supplies, 1-3 

Penalties incurred by public officers, suits 
for, 1-262 

Public charities, protection of, 1-240 

Public Service Authority, member of ad- 
visory board of, 59-2 

Public Service Commission, duties as to, 1- 
238, 58-62 

Quo warranto, as party to. Quo Warranto 
(this index) 

Reports — 

annual, to General Assembly, 1-241 
circuit judges' neglect of duty, reporting 

to General Assembly, 15-214 
prosecution of corporations failing to 
report, 1-240 
Salary. Compensation, supra 
School text book contracts, enforcement of 

provisions as to, 21-508 
Secretary of State, duty to advise, 1-238 
Seeds, violators of statutory provisions as 

to, duty to prosecute, 3-435 
Service of summons on State by serving, in 
actions involving title to real estate, 
10-433.2 
Soil Conservation Committee, rendition of 

legal services to, 63-64 
Soil conservation supervisors may call up- 
on, for services, 63-125 
Solicitors. Circuit solicitors, supra 
State- 
appearance for, 1-233 
defense of persons claiming under, 1- 

261 
service of summons in actions involving 
title to real estate, by serving At- 
torney General, 10-433.2 
State Board of Health, member of, 32-1 
State boards and departments, conducting 
litigation for, 1-235 



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ATTORNEY GENERAL— Cont'd 

State canvassers, membership on board of, 

23-471 
State hospital, approval of highways over 

grounds of, 32-982 
Taxes, State, defense of actions involving, 

65-2664, 65-2665 
Term of office, SC Const, Art 4, § 24; Art 

5, §28 
Treasurer, State (this index) 
Treasurers, county, enforcing returns by, 

1-S28 
Trespassers on State property, prosecution 

of, 1-239 
Vacancies in office, how filled, 1-2 
Veterans Service Bureau, member of com- 
mission on, 44-601 
Water Pollution Control Authority, acting 

as legal advisor of, 70-132 
Workmen's compensation fund, Attorney 

General as legal representative of, 71- 

453 

ATTORNEYS AT LAW 

Generally, 56-101 to 56-160 

Admission to practice, 56-113 to 56-128 

application for, 56-113; Sup Ct Rule 30 
(3,4) 
fee for filing, 56-126; Sup Ct Rule 30 

(2) 
previous failure to be shown, Sup Ct 

Rule 30 (8) 
qualifications of applicants, Sup Ct 
Rule 30 (2) 
good moral character, certificates 
as to, Sup Ct Rule 30 (4) 
time for filing, Sup Ct Rule 30 (2) 
armed forces, special regulations for 

persons in, 56-119 to 56-123 
attorneys from other states — 
admission of, 56-124 
casual practice by, 56-125 
Board of Examiners. State Board of 

Law Examiners, infra 
course of study, Sup Ct Rule 30(5) 

additional study for examination aft- 
er previous failure, Sup Ct Rule 
30 (8) 
disciplinary powers of courts not affected 

by provisions as to, 56-128 
examination — 

manner of, Sup Ct Rule 30 (6, 7) 
qualifications for, 56-114 
State Board of Law Examiners, in- 
fra 
time and place of, Sup Ct Rule 30 (1) 
fees for application and admission, 56- 

126; Sup Ct Rule 30 (2) 
Licenses, infra 
military service, special regulations for 

persons in, 56-119 to 56-123 
oath, 56-117, 56-127 



ATTORNEYS AT LAW— Cont'd 
Admission to practice — Cont'd 

reciprocity with other states, Sup Ct 

Rule 30 (10) 
roll, 56-127 
statutes, compliance with, Sup Ct Rule 

30 (9) 
women, admission of, 56-115 
Arguments of Counsel (this index) 
Armed forces, persons in. Military service, 

infra 
Assistance of. Assistance of Counsel (this 

index) 
Associate judge of domestic relations court, 

practice of law by, 15-1122 
Associations, practice of law by, 56-142 
Attorney General (this index) ' 
Attorneys' Fees (this index) - 
Bail and Recognizance (this index) 
Bar calendars, 15-1767 (5), 15-1768 
Bar examination. Admission to practice, 

supra 
Board of examiners. State Board of Law 

Examiners, infra 
Capital cases, presence of accused's counsel 

at execution, 55-375 
Catawba-Ebenezer Townships Airport Com- 
mission, employment by, 2-473 
Champerty and maintenance, penalty for, 

56-144 
Change of attorney, Cir Ct Rule 7 
Charleston, recorder of, practice of law by, 

15-1553 
Charleston Civil and Criminal Court- 
practice of law by judge of, 15-1506 
prosecuting attorneys in criminal cases, 
attorneys as, 15-1534 
Circuit Court — 

Arguments of Counsel (this index) 
change of counsel, Cir Ct Rule 7 
dress of counsel, Cir Ct Rule 8 
notice of appearance or retainer, Cir Ct 

Rule 17 
surety, attorney as, Cir Ct Rule 9 
Citizens appearing in person or for others, 

56-102 
City attorneys. Municipal Corporations 

(this index) 
Civil arrest, embezzlement by attorney as 

grounds for, 10-802 (1) 
Claims for suit, penalty for purchasing, 56- 

144 
Clerks of courts — 

license fees, 27-53 (37) 

local provisions, 27-68 to 27-101 
practice of law by, 15-1723 
Committee on grievances, 56-153 to 56-160 
citing of members of bar to appear be- 
fore, 56-155 
complainants may have counsel and 

produce witnesses, 56-159 
contempt, powers of committee as to, 56- 
157 



Lode of Laws of South Carolina 



ATTORNEYS AT LAW— Cont'd 

Committee on grievances — Cont'd 
creation of, 56-153 
investigation by, 56-153, 56-154 
majority must be present, 56-156 
pay of witnesses before committee or 

court, 56-158 
powers of committee, 56-157 
production of papers, powers of com- 
mittee as to, 56-157 
respondents may have counsel and pro- 
duce witnesses, 56-159 
temporary chairman, 56-156 
turning over records to clerk of Su- 
preme Court, time as to, 56-160 
witnesses before committee, 56-157 to 
56-159 
Common pleas court, petition for special 

sessions, 15-301 
Compensation of. Attorneys' Fees (this in- 
dex) 
Contempt — 

committee on grievances, powers of, 56- 

157 
punishment of attorneys for, 56-151 
Corporations, practice of law by, 56-142 
Costs. Fees and costs, infra 
County attorneys. Counties (this index) 
County courts, practice of law by judges 

of, 15-624 
County solicitors. County Courts (this in- 
dex) 
Demurrers, certificate of merit, Cir Ct Rule 

18 
Deputv examiner for persons in military 

service, 56-119, 56-123 
Disbarment, 56-151 to 56-153 

Committee on grievances, supra 
investigation by bar association of pos- 
sible grounds for, 56-153 
Disciplinary action against attorneys, 56- 
151 to 56-160 

Divorce cases — 

may be referred to attorneys in Marion 

County, 20-109 
standing master in divorce cases in 
Richland County required to be at- 
torney, 20-142 
Domestic relations court. Juvenile and 

domestic relations courts, infra 
Drainage Districts (this index) 
Dress in circuit court, Cir Ct Rule 8 
Duration of special provisions for persons 

in military service, 56-123 
Embezzlement bv attorney as grounds for 

civil arrest, 10-802 (1) 
Employment Security Commission — 
employment of attorneys, 68-57 
representation by attorney on judicial re- 
view of decisions, 6S-164 
Examination. Admission to practice, su- 
pra 



ATTORNEYS AT LAW— Cont'd 

Exemption from jury duty, 38-104 
Fees and costs — 

admission to practice, 56-126; Sup Ct 

Rule 30 (2) 
Attorneys' Fees (this index) 
license fees, 27-53 (37) 

local provisions, 27-68 to 27-101 
Filing of papers, duty of plaintiff's attorney, 

Cir Ct Rule 68 
Florence City, appointment of city attorney 

in, 47-656 
Florence Civil Court, practice of law by 

judge of, 15-1603 
Greenville County Court, practice of law 

by j"udge of, 15-646 
Grievances. Committee on grievances, su- 
pra 
Jury duty, exemption from, 38-104 
Juvenile and domestic relations courts, prac- 
tice of law by judges of, 15-1118 
associate judge of domestic relations 

court, 15-1122 
Laurens County Domestic Relations 
Court, judge of, 15-1286 
Juvenile Domestic Relations Court, duty to 

assist, 15-1142 
Laurens County Domestic Relations Court, 

practice of law by judge of, 15-1286 
Licenses — 

fees of clerk of courts, 27-53 (37) 

local provisions, 27-68 to 27-101 
penalty for practicing without license, 

56-141 
Supreme Court, license to be granted 
only bv, 56-113 
fees, 56^126; Sup Ct Rule 30 (2) 
Maintenance and champerty, penalty for, 

56-144 
Marion County, divorce cases may be re- 
ferred to attorneys in. 20-109 
Military service, persons in — 

admission to practice, special regulations, 
56-119 to 56-123 
deputy examiner for, 56-119, 56-123 
duration of special provisions for, 56- 
123 
Municipal Corporations (this index) 
Notary public, attorney as, 49-10 
Notice of appearance or retainer, Cir Ct 

Rule 17 
Oath required of, SC Const, Art 3, § 26 
Penalty — 

for practicing without license, 56-141 
for purchasing claims for suit, 56-144 
for soliciting business, 56-145 
for splitting fees with laymen, 56-146 
Practice of law. regulations as to, 56-141 to 
56-146 
Admission to practice, supra 
casual practice by attorneys from other 
states, 56-125 



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ATTORNEYS AT LAW— Cont'd 

Practice of law — Cont'd 

Charleston, recorder of city of, 15-1533 
Charleston Civil and Criminal Court, 

judge of, 15-1506 
citizens appearing in person or for oth- 
ers, 56-102 
clerks of courts, 15-1723 
corporations, practice of law by, 56-142 
county courts, judges of, 15-624 
Florence Civil Court, judge of, 15-1603 
Greenville County Court, judge of, 15- 

646 
Juvenile and domestic relations courts, 
practice of law by judges of, supra 
Laurens County Domestic Relations 

Court, judge of, 15-1286 
magistrates, restrictions on, 43-4 
penalty for practicing without license, 

56-141 
probate courts, clerks of, 15-424 
probate judges, 15-417 to 15-420 
prosecuting officer not to act as attor- 
ney in civil suit, when, 17-2^ 
retired judges of Supreme and circuit 

courts, 61-258 
Richland County Court, judge of, 15-756 
sheriff, deputy, or clerk not to practice, 

53-204 
Spartanburg County Court, judge of, 

15-795 
Spartanburg County Solicitor, 15-797 
voluntary associations, practice of law 

by, 56-142 
women, admission of, 56-115 
Probate court, clerk of, practice of law by, 

15-424 
Probate judges, practice of law by, 15-417 

to 15-420 
Prosecuting attornevs. Solicitors (this in- 
dex) 
Purchasing claims for suit, penalty for, 56- 

144 
Rail, common carriers by, proceedings be- 
fore Public Service Commission. Car- 
riers (this index) 
Reciprocity with other states as to admis- 
sion to practice, Sup Ct Rule 30 (10) 
Removal or suspension of attorneys, 56-151, 
56-152 
Committee on grievances, supra 
Research, Planning and Development Board 

may employ, 9-310 (4b) 
Resignation from bar, Sup Ct Rule 32 
Richland County, standing master in di- 
vorce cases required to be attorney, 20- 
142 

Richland County Court, practice of law by 

judge of, 15-756 
Rules, passing of, 56-101 
Servicemen. Military service, persons in, 

supra 



ATTORNEYS AT LAW— Cont'd 

Service of papers on attorneys, 10-462 10- 
469 
notice and briefs, Sup Ct Rules 4 (2), 8 
(9) 
Soliciting business illegal, 56-145 
Solicitors (this index) 
Spartanburg County Court, practice of law 

by judge of, 15-795 
Spartanburg County Solicitor, practice of 

law by, 15-797 
Special session of Circuit Court, petition 

for, 15-301 
Speculating practices, penalty for, 56-144 
State Board of Law Examiners, 56-111 
appointment, 56-111 
creation, 56-111 
examination of report, 56-116 
rules, 56-101 
term, 56-111 
Stipulations (this index) 
Supreme Court — 

Admission to practice, supra 
attorney's costs on appeal, 10-617 
briefs, preservation for use of bar, Sup 

Ct Rule 21 
counsel below as continuing, Sup Ct 

Rule 3 
notice and briefs, service of, Sup Ct 

Rules 4 (2), 8 (9) 
notice of term of court, 15-141 
resignation from bar, Sup Ct Rule 32 
transcripts of record, preservation for 

use of bar, Sup Ct Rule 21 
trial list, mailing of, Sup Ct Rule 22 
Surety, attorney as, Sup Ct Rule 14; Cir Ct 

Rule 9 
Term of office, 56-118 
Trial list, mailing of. Sup Ct Rule 22 
Voluntary associations, practice of law by, 

56-142 
Witnesses before grievance committee, 56- 

157 to 56-159 tr -i 

Women, admission to practice, 56-115 



ATTORNEYS' FEES 

Claims, costs for proof by attorneys not of 
records, 10-1618 

Confession, fees and costs on judgment by, 
10-1537 

Eminent domain proceedings, 25-3 

Fee splitting with laymen, 56-146 

Florence Civil Court, monetary jurisdiction 
as to interest bearing obligations, exclu- 
sion of attorneys' fees, 15-1608 

Negotiability of instrument as affected by 
provision for payment of fees, 8-812 

Partition cases, 10-2211 

Supreme Court, appeal to, 10-1617 

Unemployment compensation cases, fees 
in, as controllable by Employment and 
Security Commission, 68-353 



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AUCTIONS AND AUCTIONEERS 

For local provisions, see also 
the particular counties 

Generally, 56-201 to 56-207 

Act of God, responsibility for loss of goods 

by, 56-205 
Animals — 

license for nonresident auctioning, 56-206 
trespassing animals, 6-319, 6-320 
Baggage, sale to satisfy obligation incurred 

at botel or boardingbouse, 35-3 
Barnwell County, court auctioneers in, 15- 

1908 
Bond of auctioneers, 56-201 
Cherokee Countv, court auctioneer in, 15- 

1909 
Chester Airport Commission, sale of excess 

property by, 2-266 
Chester Countv, court auctioneer in, 15- 

1910 
Chesterfield County, license for nonresi- 
dent who auctioned horses, mules, or 

cattle in, 56-206 
Clarendon County, license for nonresident 

to auction horses, mules, or cattle, 56- 

206 
Court auctioneers in certain counties. 

Court Officers (this index) 
Darlington County, compensation of court 

auctioneer in, 15-1911 
Dillon County, license for nonresident to 

auction horses, mules, or cattle in, 56- 

206 
Gaffney-Cherokee County Airport Commis- 
sion, sale of excess property by, 2-254 
Judicial Sales (this index) 
Lancaster County, court auctioneers in, 15- 

1912 
Laurens County, fees for judicial sales, 15- 

1907.1 
Lexington County property returned by 

Federal government, 2-3S6 
Livestock Markets (this index) 
Loss of goods without fault, responsibility 

for, 56-205 
Marlboro County, license for nonresident to 

auction horses, mules, or cattle in, 56- 

206 
Nonresident land auctioneer, licenses and 

license taxes, 65-991 to 65-993 
Notice of sale of land, Cir Ct Rule 41 
Pickens County, court auctioneer in, 15-1913 
Purchaser refusing to comply with terms, 

liability of, 56-203 
Remedy against auctioneers, 56-204 
Resale of goods where purchaser refuses 

to comply with terms, losses on, 56-203 
Sales of personalty, regulation by munici- 
pality of, 56-202 
Spartanburg County, fees for judicial sales, 

15-1907.1 



AUCTIONS AND AUCTIONEERS 
■ — Cont'd 

Towns of less than 1,000, 47-145 

Trespassing animals, 6-319, 6-320 

Walterboro-Colleton County Airport Com- 
mission, sale of excess property by, 2- 
285 

York County, court auctioneers in, 15-1914 



AUDIT 

Drainage district, books of treasurer of, 18- 
578 

Hospitals in municipalities 1000 to 5000, an- 
nual audit, 32-862 

Telephone companies, audit by Public Serv- 
ice Commission, 58-429 



AUDITOR 

Cities of over 5,000, 47-378 

County officer. Counties (this index) 



AUDITOR, STATE 
Generally, 1-881 to 1-883 

Assistants, power to select, 1-881 

Budget and Control Board, acting as di- 
rector of Finance Division of, 1-352 

Budget and Control Board to select, 1-881 

Examination by, of books, accounts and 
records of certain officers and insti- 
tutions, 1-882 

Reports, 1-883 

to Governor, 1-883 

Selection, 1-881 



AUDUBON SOCIETY 

Tax exemption, 65-1523(66) 

AUTHORS 

Authors, protection of rights of, US Const, 
Art 1,§8, cl 8 

AUTOMATIC VENDING MACHINE 
Coin-operated Machines (this index) 

AUTOMOBILE FILLING STATIONS 
Filling Stations (this index) 

AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE 
Motor Carriers (this index) 



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AUTOMOBILES 
Motor Vehicles (this index) 



BAD CHECKS 
Worthless Checks (this index) 



AUTOPSIES 

Animal diseases- 
animal killed because exposed to in- 
fection, 6-431 
destroyed animal which owner claims 
to be uninfected, 6-429 
Coroner, at instance of, 17-113, 17-114 
Coroners generally. Coroners (this index) 
Physicians' fees for making, for coroner's 

inquest, 27-633 to 27-635 
Workmen's Compensation Act provisions 
for, 72-307 



AUTREFOIS ACQUIT OR CONVICT 
Former Jeopardy (this index) 

AVIATION 

Aeronautics (this index) 

AWARDS 

Arbitration (this index) 
Eminent Domain (this index) 
Workmen's Compensation (this index) 

AX 

Bus, hand ax to be carried on. Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 770 [Reg. 2.082 (c)], p. 784 
[Reg. 3.3492] 

AYNOR TOWN 

Council, term of, 47-112 
Mayor, term of, 47-112 

BABCOCK TEST 

Butterfat content, determination of. Milk 
and Milk Products (this index) 



BAD DEBTS 
Income tax, deduction from, 65-259 

BADGES 

American Legion, improper use of emblems 
of, 44-658 

Charitable, fraternal, etc., organizations, im- 
proper use of badges of, 16-542, 16-543 

Confederate Cross of Honor, improper use 
of, 44-657 

Military badges, improper use of, 44-9 

Motor bus drivers, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
808 [Rule 74] 

Railroad employees, 58-1223 

BAGGAGE 

Bicycles and baby carriages, 58-712 
Checks for, to railroad passengers, 58-1184 
Free transportation, 58-711 
Hotels, Boarding Houses, and Restaurants 

(this index) 
Mileage books, checking on, 58-1073 
Motor Carriers (this index) 
Penalties — 

failure to issue baggage checks. 58-1184 
opening or injuring baggage, 58-10 
wilful or reckless injury to baggage, 58- 
579 
Public Service Commission, rules and regu- 
lations as to handling by railroads, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 751 [Rule 10] 
Steamboat Companies (this index) 



BAGGAGE MASTER 
Railroads (this index) 

BAGS 

Containers (this index) 



BABY CARRIAGES 

Railroads and ferries, baggage on, 58-712 

BABY CHICKS 

Sale of, restrictions on, 66-603.1 

BACTERIOLOGISTS 

Alcohol mav be sold by druggists for use 
by, 4-301, 4-302 



BAIL AND RECOGNIZANCE 

Generally, 17-301 to 17-316 

Appeal, bail pending, 7-7, 7-8 

Attestation, 17-310 

Attorney may not be taken as bail, 17-305 

circuit court rule as to, Cir Ct Rule 9 

civil cases, 10-23.1 

Supreme Court rule as to, Sup Ct Rule 
14 
Bastardy, fees of clerk of courts, 27-53(31) 

local provisions, 27-68 to 27-101 



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BAIL AND RECOGNIZANCE— Cont'd BAIL AND RECOGNIZANCE— Cont'd 



Capias ad satisfaciendum on forfeited re- 
cognizance, 17-574 
Capital Offenses and Punishment (this in- 
dex) 
Charleston County (this index) 
Civil Arrest (this index) 
Clerks of court to grant bail, 17-301, 17-302 

costs, 17-308 
Constitutional right, SC Const, Art 1, § 20 
Continuation of recognizances entered into 
before adoption of Constitution, SC 
Const, Art 17, § 11 
Coroners, proceedings before. Coroners 

(this index) 
Court officer may not be taken as bail, 17- 
305 
circuit court rule as to, Cir Ct Rule 9 
civil cases, 10-23.1 

Supreme Court rule as to, Sup Ct Rule 
14 
Darlington County Civil Court, powers of 

judge, 15-1593 
Deposit of money in lieu of bond, 17-313 to 
17-314 
forfeiture for nonappearance in Charles- 
ton police court, 15-1577 
receipt for, 17-315 
return of, 17-316 

State hiehway patrolman, on arrest by, 
46-857 
Excessive, not to be required, SC Const, 

Art 1, § 19; US Const, 8th Amend 
Execution on forfeited recognizance, 17-573, 

17-574 
Exoneration of bail — 

civil arrest, bail on, 10-875 
surrender of defendant, exoneration of 
bail upon, 10-873 
Felony cases, condition in, Cir Ct Rule 35 
Forfeiture — 

proceedings in case of, 17-311 
remission of, 17-312 
Fourth Judicial Circuit, as affected by terms 

of, 15-268 
Fugitive from justice, one arrested as, 17- 

201 
Greenville County Children's Court, bail on 
charge of neglect or non-support of 
child, 15-1313 
Greenville County Court, power of judge to 

grant, 15-659 
Habeas corpus proceeding, discharge of 
prisoner upon recognizance for appear- 
ance at court, 17-362 
Highwav patrol, bail to persons arrested by, 

46-855 
Justification of sureties, Cir Ct Rule 65, 66 
Magistrate (this index) 
Orangeburg County Court — 
power to grant bail, 15-718 
summary review of amount of bail, 15- 
722 



Police insurance and annuity fund, sharing 
in forfeited appearance bonds, 61-309 to 
61-311 
Prosecutor, discharge from commitment on 
own recognizance, 17-306 
penalty for failure to appear, 17-309 
Richland County Court, power to grant, 

14-769 
Sheriffs- 
civil cases, not to accept attorneys or 

court officers as bail in, 10-23.1 
release of arrested persons on bail, 53-197 
Spartanburg County Court — 
powe.r to grant bail, 15-808 
summary review of bail, 15-S09 
Special bail — 

fees for order for — 

clerk of courts, 27-53(8) 

local provisions. 27-68 to 27-101 
magistrate, 27-431(21) 
Marlboro County Court, appeal bond in 
non-support cases, 15-699.19 
Speedy trial, failure to accord, as ground 

for admission to bail, 17-509 
State, payable to, 17-310 

Support proceedings in family court division. 
Juvenile and Domestic Relations Courts 
(this index) 
Surety's qualification, how shown, 17-302, 

17-303 
Uniform Support of Dependents Act, re- 
cognizance may be required under, 20- 
330 
Witnesses — 

at coroner's inquest, 17-108, 17-115, 17- 

155 
discharge upon own recognizance, when, 

17-307 
penalty for failure to appear, 17-309 



BAILIFFS 

See also the particular courts and counties 

Appointment and removal, 15-1921 
County courts, bailiffs in, 15-610 
Court Officers (this index) 
Jurors separated during deliberations, cus- 
tody of, Cir Ct Rule 80 
Local provisions, 15-1922 to 15-1942 



BAILMENT 

Safe deposit. Banks (this index) 
Unrecorded reservations by bailor, 57-308 



BAKERY 

Bakers' bags, Health Department regula- 
tions respecting, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 560 



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BAKERY— Cont'd 

Fire limits, construction within, 47-1214 
Flour and Bread (this index) 



BALD EAGLES 
Eagles (tliis index) 

BALLOTS 

Elections (this index) 

BAMBERG COUNTY 

For matters relating to counties 
generally, see Counties 

Appropriations — 

apportionment for maintenance of con- 
victs and road working organization, 
14-911 
keeping within, 14-911 
Audit board, 14-917 
Audit of books, 14-913 

cost of audit, how paid, 14-919 
of clerk of court and magistrates, 14-915 
Auditor — 

generally, Counties (this index) 
bond, 14-902 

"Fines and Licenses" book, 14-915 
report, 14-918 

report as public record, 14-921 
selection, 14-918, 14-920 
statement, annual, of receipts and dis- 
bursements, 14-914 
Bailiffs, 15-1924 
Board of Commissioners — 
auditor's report to, 14-918 
bonds, 14-902 

clerk as custodian of Soil Improvement 
and Development Commission 
funds, 63-204 
election, 14-901 
term, 14-901 
Boundaries, 14-55 

Carnivals and traveling tent shows in, 5-3 
Circuit court and terms, 15-261, 15-263 
Claims against — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
"classification of claims allowed" book, 

14-410, 14-411 
exhaustion of appropriation, effect, 14- 

418, 14-419 
file book, 14-408, 14-411 
past indebtedness claims, 14-419 to 14- 

423 
publication of list not required, 14-426 
quarterly statement of, to be published, 

14-916 
unappropriated income, applicability to, 

14-912 
warrant for payment, statements on, 14- 
417 



BAMBERG COUNTY— Cont'd 

Clerk of court — 

generally. Clerks of Courts (this index) 
bond, 14-902 
books, audit of, 14-915 
fees, 27-52 
Commissioners. Board of Commissioners, 

supra 
Commutation road tax, 33-981 to 33-984 
Congressional districts, 23-554 
Constables, 43-591 

fees in worthless check cases, 27-422 
Coroner — 

generallv. Coroners (this index) 
bond of, 14-902,17-54 
jurors, compensation and mileage pro- 
vision as inapplicable, 17-130 
County courts, excepted from general law 

as to, 15-627 
Court crier, 15-1924 
Dance hall licenses, 5-603 
Depository of public funds to give security, 

14-910 
Fairs and Fair Associations (this index) 
Farm demonstration agent, membership in 
county Soil and Improvement and De- 
velopment Commission, 63-201 
Fine for nonpayment of commutation tax, 

33-983 
Fiscal year, generally, 14-16, 14-17 
Fish and game — 

closed and open season for partridges 

and rabbits, 29-339.1 
catfish trap license, 28-627 
mode of taking fish, permissibility, 28- 

624 
nets, sale or possession of prohibited, 2S- 

626 
zone, 28-5 
Forestry board, 29-55 to 29-58 
Foxes, open season for, 28-423 
Game. Fish and game, supra 
Governing body — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
Board of Commissioners, supra 
Grand jurv, report to, of official delinquen- 
cies, 14-913, 14-915 
Highways — 
generally — 

Counties (this index) 
Highways (this index) 
commutation tax, 33-981 to 33-984 
rural mail routes, authority to maintain, 

33-804 
width, minimum, 33-853 
Home demonstration agent membership in 

Library Board, 42-311 
House of Representatives, number of mem- 
bers apportioned to, 30-1 
Jurors, compensation, 38-308(4) 
Libraries, generally. Counties (this index) 



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BAMBERG COUNTY— Cont'd 

Library Board — 
chairman, 42-312 
circulation of books, 42-313 
duties, 42-313 

number of members, 42-311 
powers, 42-313 
reports, 42-314 
secretary, 42-312 
terms of office, 42-311 
treasurer, 42-312 
vacancies, how filled, 42-311 
vice-chairman, 42-312 
Magistrates, 43-591, 43-592 
audit of books of, 14-915 
fees in worthless check cases, 27-422 
Marriage license fees, disposition of, 20-32 
Master, bond of, 14-902 
Officers, bond of, 14-902 
Partridges, closed and open season, 28- 

339.1 
Peddlers — • 

horses or mules, 56-1231 to 56-1235 
rolling store, requirement of peddler's 
license for, 56-1204, 56-1205 
Polling precincts in, 23-158 
Probate judge — 

generally. Probate Courts and Judges 

(this index) 
as master, 15-501 
as referee, 10-1405 
bond, 14-902 
Public Library Board. Library Board, supra 
Quail, closed and open season, 28-339.1 
Rabbits, closed and open season, 28-339.1 
Recall of intendant or warden in towns un- 
der 1,000, 47-131 to 47-134 
Recording fees, 27-52 
Schools — 

generally. Schools (this index) 
Board of Education, approval by, of dis- 
trict budgets of, 21-1251 
budgets, district, 21-1251 

keeping within, 21-1252 
kindergartens exemption from provision 

establishment of, 21-604 
Superintendent of Education — 
bond, 14-902 

Library Board, membership in, 42- 
311 
tax, levy of, 21-1252 

special provision, 21-929 
Sheriff— 

generally. Sheriffs (this index) 
bond, 14-902 

fees in worthless check cases, 27-422 
Sinking funds, investment of, 14-912.1 
Soil Conservation Committee area for selec- 
tion of members, 63-61.1 

Soil Improvement and Development Com- 
mission — 
allotment of services among landowners, 
63-205 



BAMBERG COUNTY— Cont'd 

Soil Improvement, etc. — Cont'd 
appointment, 63-201 
chairman, 63-201 

compensation of members, 63-207 
duty, 63-202 

machinery, charge for use of, 63-203 
membership, 63-201 
mileage of commissioners, 63-207 
moneys collected, disposition of, 63-204 
nonliabilitv of county for indebtedness 
etc., 63-206 

report to legislative delegation, 63-208 
rules and regulations, 63-205 
secretary, 63-201 

term of office of members, 63-201 
unimproved lands, clearing and drainage 
of, 63-202 
Streams — 

cutting or felling of trees across or into, 

penalized, 70-6 
dams across, restrictions on, 70-6 
inapplicability of statutory requirements 
as to, 70-5 
Supervisor — 
bond, 14-902 

file book of claims, 14-408 
financial statement, publication of, 14- 
916 
Tax anticipation notes, payment of, 14-408 
Tax books, time for opening, 65-1968 
Taxes — 

generally — ■ 

Counties (this index) 
Taxation (this index) 

assessors, boards of, terms of office, 65- 
1804 

exemption of manufactories, SC Const, 
Art8, §8 
additions to, 65-1527 
instalment payments, 65-1995, 65-2036 
return; time for making, 65-1645 
Tourist camp and road house provisions in- 
applicable to, 35-20S 
Treasurer — 

generally. Counties (this index) 

bank deposit, failure to require security 

for, penalized, 14-910 
bond, 14-902, 65-1952 
sinking funds, investment of, 14-912.1 
Warrants, restrictions on drawing of, 14- 

911 
Waters. Streams, supra 

BAMBERG, TOWN OF 

Annual tax on property, limits as to, 47- 

245, 47-246 
Cotton weighers, appointment of, 13-134 



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BANANA BREAD 

Enriched flour, inapplicability of regula- 
tions requiring. Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 453 [Reg. 8] 



BANG'S DISEASE 
Animal Diseases (.this index) 



BANK 



Banks (this index) 



BANK BILLS AND NOTES 

Attachment of, 10-923 

Limitation of actions not applicable to, 10- 

111 
Petit larceny as to, 16-353 



BANK CONTROL BOARD 

Generally, 8-51 to 8-62 

Appointment of members, 8-52 
Branch banks, approval of, 8-57 
Building and Loan Associations (this in- 
dex) 
Cash depositories, examination of, 8-414 
Chairman, 8-52 
Charters of banks and building and loan 

associations, approval of, 8-57 
Chief examiner — 

acceptances of bills of exchange, power 

to authorize, 8-132 
appointment, 8-58 

capital notes or debentures to be ap- 
proved by, 8-151 
compensation, 8-59 
expenses, allowability, 8-59 
penalties for obstructing, 8-62 
preferred stock issue to be approved by, 

8-148 
report by, of violations of statutes or 
regulations, 8-60, 8-61 
Compensation, 8-54 

Conservator appointed by, 8-281 to 8-296 
Construction of terms used in legislation, 

8-51.8-56 
Criminal prosecutions, initiation of, 8-61 
Dividends, payment of, by bank as requir- 
ing approval of Board, Rules & Reg., 
Vol 7, p. 467 [Reg. 4D] 
Examination of banks, 8-251, 8-252 
Chief examiner, supra 
trust business, 8-581 
Examining department, 8-58 
Chief examiner, supra 
penalties for obstructing examiners. 8- 
62 



BANK CONTROL BOARD— Cont'd 

Examining department — Cont'd 

report of examiners, forwarding to 
cashier of bank examined, 8-256, 8- 
257 
salaries, 8-59 
Expenses of members, allowability, 8-54 
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation — 
as receiver or liquidator of bank, ap- 
proval of, 8-273 
contracts of bank with, to be approved 
by, 8-272 
Foreign trust companies, license to do 

business in State, 8-503 
Loans, restrictions on maturities as ex- 
tendable with Board's approval, 8-224 
Number of members, 8-52 
Officers, 8-55 
Powers, 8-56 

Qualifications of members, 8-52 
Regulations. Rules and regulations, infra 
Report of bank's condition, requiring pub- 
lication of, 8-262 
Rules and regulations, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
pp. 467-469 
penalty for violations, 8-110 
Terms of members, 8-53 

Treasurer, State, as ex officio member, 8-52 
Trust companies, examination of, 8-581 
Vacancies, how filled, 8-53 



BANK HOLIDAY 

Declaration of, in case of emergency, 64- 
154 



BANKING ASSOCIATION 
Banks (this index) 

BANKRUPTCY 

Congress to establish uniform laws on, US 
Const, Art 1, §8, cl. 4 

Consent of State to local governmental 
units coming under bankruptcy laws, 
1-71 

Judgment, discharge from, 10-1553, 10«1554 

Negotiable instrument, presentment for ac- 
ceptance after bankruptcy of drawee, 
8-1013 

Partner's bankruptcy as dissolving part- 
nership, 52-63 

Priority of employer's unpaid contributions 
to unemployment compensation fund, 
68-211 

Recordation of proceedings, 60-66 

Securities Act not applicable to sales by 
trustee in, 62-54(1) 

Taxpayer, bankruptcy of — ■ 

listing of property of bankrupt taxpayer, 
for assessment, 65-1627 



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BANKRUPTCY— Cont'd 

Taxpayer, bankruptcy of — Cont'd 

remission of penalty and stay of collec- 
tion, 65-2010 
Unemployment compensation, trustee in 
bankruptcy as employer for purposes 
of, 6S-12 
Workmen's compensation insurer not to be 
relieved by, 72-407 



BANKS 

See also Cash Depositories; Savings 
Banks; Trust Companies 

Generally, 8-101 to 8-317 

Acceptances, 8-132, 8-10S1 

Actions, power to bring and defend. 8-131 

Administrator of decedent's estate. Execu- 
tors and Administrators (this index) 

Amortization of premium paid for securities, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 467 [Reg. 
4A(3)(a)] 

Bills of exchange — 
acceptance, 8-132 
discounting, 8-131 

Bonds — 

power to deal in, 8-131 

taxation of, in cities over 1000, 47-231 

Branch banks — 

approval by Bank Control Board, 8-57 
identity, disclosure of. required, 8-106 
income tax paid by, allocation of, 65-405 
parent bank, required capital and sur- 
plus, 8-145 
report of condition, publication of, 8-261 
Breaking or entering with intent to steal 

or rob, 16-336 
Building and loan association shares, invest- 
ment in, 8-236 
Business days, what are, 64-156 
Bylaws, power to adopt, 8-131, 8-133 
Capital — ■ 

additional to capital stock, 8-142 
capital notes and debentures as included, 

8-152 
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 

requirements to be met, 8-146 
parent bank, for branches, 8-145 
stock. Capital stock, infra 
Capital notes or debentures — 
capital, effect on, 8-152 
impairment of capital to be made good 

before retiring, 8-153 
issue of, 8-151 
Capital stock — 

fiduciary obligations, capital stock as se- 
curity for, 8-243 
impairment, capital notes and debentures 
to be considered in determining, 8- 
152 



BANKS— Cont'd 

Capital stock — Cont'd 

impairment, etc. — Cont'd 

minimum requirements, 8-144 
preferred stock to be included. 8-150 
parent bank having branches, 8-145 
penalties for nonpayment of subscrip- 
tions, power of directors to pre- 
scribe, 8-134 
subscriptions — ■ 

cash payment required, 8-141 
penalties for nonpayment, enforce- 
ment of, 8-143 
unpaid — 

recovery of, 8-143 
sale of stock to satisfy, 8-143 
Cash depository's power to carry on bank- 
ing business, 8-403, 8-417 
Cash reserve against deposits, 8-154 
Certificates of deposit — 

duplicate where original lost or de- 
stroyed, 8-174, 8-175 
power to issue, 8-131 
transfer of, 8-173 
Charter — 

approval by Bank Control Board, 8-57 
forfeiture of, for failure to publish report 

of condition when required, 8-260 
General Corporation Law as inapplicable, 

12-71 
repeal of repugnant provisions, 8-103 
special charters prohibited, SC Const, 

Art 3, §34; Art 9, § 9 
transferability, 8-147 
Checks and Drafts (this index) 
Civil arrest, embezzlement by officer or 
agent as ground of, 10-802 (1) 

Collections — 

agent, bank as in making, when. 8-1S2 

agreement, terms of, as controlling, 8- 
215 

bearer items, 8-1S7 

credit given for collection items as revo- 
cable, 8-182 

defaults of others, bank not liable for, 8- 
188 

deposit for collection, 8-182 

duty of bank as collecting agent, 8-188 

failed bank, item charged depositor by, 
but not paid, 8-197 

failure of agent collecting bank after col- 
lection but prior to remittance, 8- 
198 

indorsement "for deposit," effect of, 8- 
185 

indorsement in blank, effect of, 8-187 

indorsement "pay any bank or banker," 
effect of, 8-186 

law applicable in cases not provided for 
by legislation, 8-199 

law merchant, when applicable, 8-199 

loss of item in transit, bank's responsibil- 
ity, 8-191 



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BANKS— Cont'd 

Collections — Cont'd 

mail, items presented by — 

election to treat as dishonored, when, 

8-194 
notice of dishonor, 8-195 
when deemed paid, 8-190 
measure of bank's duty, 8-188 
ordinary care — 

in forwarding and presenting items, 

8-189 
in making, what constitutes, 8-189 
ownership of collection items, 8-182, 8- 

183 
payment, medium of, 8-192 
remittance, medium of, 8-193 
return of item by closed bank to for- 
warding or presenting bank, 8-196 
revocabilitv of credit given for collection 

items, 8-182 to 8-184 
special indorsement, effect of, 8-187 
Compromise — 

mortgage taken in connection with, as 
not subject to general restrictions 
on mortgage loans, Rules & Reg., 
V6l. 7, p. 468 [Reg. 4G] 
securities acquired through, as not sub- 
ject to restrictions on investments, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 467 [Reg. 
4A] 
Comptroller General, false certificate to, of 
cash balance of public officer, penalized, 
8-109 
Conservators — 

attorneys, employment of, 8-286 

Bank Control Board, conservator to act 

under direction of, 8-285 
bond of conservator, 8-282 
borrowing by conservators to pay divi- 
dends on deposits, or to reopen, 8- 
289 
deposits, receipt or withdrawal during 
conservatorship, 8-287, 8-288, 8-294 
expenses, how paid, 8-286 
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 

as conservator, 8-283 
liquidation by conservator, 8-295, 8-296 
management by — 

appointment of conservator, 8-282 
persons who may not be appoint- 
ed, 8-284 
pavment of creditors during conservator- 
ship, 8-287, 8-294 
powers of conservator, 8-285 
reorganization of banks, 8-291, 8-292, 8- 

293 
salary of conservator, 8-286 
termination of conservatorship, 8-290 
withdrawal of deposits during conserva- 
torship, 8-287, 8-294 
Consolidation, 8-125, 8-126 
Construction of statutory terms, 8-181, 8- 
214, 8-271, 8-281 



BANKS— Cont'd 

Control Board. Bank Control Board (this 

index) 
Conversion of national into state bank, 8- 
121,8-124 
fees, 8-122 
Cooperative banks, income tax exemption, 

65-226 
Corporations — 

see also other appropriate lines in this 

topic, 
banking operations forbidden to, 12-77 
power to own stock in banking corpora- 
tion, 12-77 
Court, money paid into, deposit of, 10-2151 
Credit given for demand item, revocation of, 

8-211 to 8-215 
Debts, creation of, after known insolvency, 

penalized, 8-172 
Defaulted securities, purchase of for bank's 
account prohibited, Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7, p. 467 [Reg. 4A(2)] 
Deposits — 

bearer items, 8-187 
Certificates of deposit, supra 
collection, deposits for. Collections, su- 
pra 
conservatorship, receipt or withdrawal 

during, 8-287, 8-2S8, 8-294 
indorsement "for deposit," effect of, 8- 

185 
indorsement of item in blank, or special- 
ly, effect of, 8-187 
indorsement "pay any bank or banker," 

effect of, 8-186 
inheritance tax on joint deposit passing 

to survivor, 65-463 
insurance of. Federal Deposit Insur- 
ance Corporation, infra 
moneys paid into court, 10-2151 
power to receive, 8-131 
public funds — 

bank, deposit in, 65-2014 

security for, 65-2015 
counties, charging off losses, 14-317.1 
designation of depositories, 1-741, 1- 

742 
reports monthly by depositories to 

State Treasurer, 1-746, 1-748 
security for deposit of, 1-62 
banks, 65-2015 
cash depositories, 8-407 
state funds. Finances, State (this in- 
dex) 
receipt after known insolvency, penal- 
ized, 8-172 
reserve against, 8-154 
stop-payment orders — 

effective duration, 8-1082, 8-1083 
writing required, 8-1082 
two persons, in names of, payment of, 8- 
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BANKS— Cont'd 

Directors — ■ 

by-laws, power to make and alter, 8-133 

classification of, 12-352 

election or appointment, regulation by 

by-law, 8-133 
examinations, review of reports of, 8- 

256 to 8-258 
indorsement for other director or officer 

prohibited, 8-228, 8-229 
limitation of action for penalty against, 

10-143(9) 
loans to, limitations on, 8-228, 8-229 
national bank converted into state bank, 

8-124 
powers generally, 8-134 
stock ownership, when required, 8-103.1 
Discounts — 

fee in lieu of interest, 8-4 

loan restrictions as inapplicable, 8-225, 

8-231 
powers, 8-131 
Dissolution, exception from provisions of 

general corporation law, 12-751 
Dividends, restrictions on pavment of, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 467 [Reg. 4D] 
Drafts. Checks and Drafts (this index) 
Employees — 

bonding of, 8-104 
power of directors as to, 8-134 
Examination — 

Bank Control Board (this index) 
certification to Chief Examiner that pro- 
posed dividend has been earned, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 467 [Reg. 
4D] 
duty of General Assembly to provide 

for, SC Const, Art 9, § 9 
Federal, acceptance of, by Bank Control 

Board, 8-254 
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation's 

report, acceptance of, 8-255 
fees, 8-252 

warehouse receipts pledged as security, 
investigation of, 8-230 
Exchange, power to deal in, 8-131 
Executors and Administrators (this index) 
False statements concerning solvency penal- 
ized, 8-108 
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation — ■ 
closed institutions may borrow from or 

sell assets to, 8-276 
conservator of bank, appointment as, 8- 

283 
contracts, etc., with, 8-272 
disclosures to, by Chief Bank Examiner, 

8-255 
receiver of bank, acting as, 8-273, 8-274 
report obtained by, acceptance by bank 

examiner, 8-255 
requirements of, to be met by bank, 
8-146 



BANKS— Cont'd 

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 
— Cont'd 
subrogation to rights of depositor paid, 
8-275 
Federal farm loan bonds, investment in or 

loan of money on security of, 8-237 
Federal home loan bank bonds or deben- 
tures, investment in, 8-236 
Fiduciary, acting as — 
bond,' 8-242 

officer as representing bank, 8-244 
power to act, 8-241 
Foreclosure, securities acquired through, as 
not subject to restrictions on invest- 
ments, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 467 
[Reg. 4A] 
Foreign banks — 

exemption from requirement of annual 
fees and reports of foreign corpora- 
tions, 12-736 
license fee, 8-107 
Franchise, forfeiture for nonuser, 12-625 
Funds in court, deposit of, 10-2151 
General Assembly — 

chartering of banking institutions, SC 

Const, Art 3, § 34 
duty to provide for examination and in- 
spection of banks, SC Const, Art 9, 
§9 
Guardian, power to act as, 8-241 

bond, 8-242 
Holiday, declaration of, in case of emer- 
gency, 64-154 
Home Owners' Loan Corporation bonds, 

investments in, 36-604 
Housing authorities' obligations, invest- 
ments in, 36-163, 36-279, 36-412 
Income Tax (this index) 
Industrial bank loans, interest chargeable, 

8-232 
Insolvency, deposits, receipt after insolven- 
cy, with knowledge, penalized, 8-172 
Inspection. Examination, supra 
Instalment loans, interest rate on, 8-233 
Investment securities, purchase and sale for 
bank's own account, restrictions on. 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 467 [Reg. 4A1 
directors' approval required, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 467 [Reg. 4C] 
Juvenile and domestic relations courts, duty 
to give information in support proceed- 
ings in, 15-1237 
License fees of foreign banking associa- 
tions. 8-107 
Limitation of action for penalty against 

directors or stockholders, 10-143(9) 
Limited partnership may not engage in 

banking, 52-102 
Liquidation — 

by conservator, 8-295, 8-296 
Receiver, infra 



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BANKS— Cont'd 

Liquidator — - 

debtor of bank not to be appointed, 8-301 
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 

as, 8-273, 8-274 
Receiver, infra 
Loans- 
corporation of which bank director is 
officer, restrictions on loans to, 8- 
228 
cotton warehouse receipts, loans on se- 
curity of, inapplicability of restric- 
tions on loans to officers or directors, 
8-228 
credit to other banks, extension of, 8- 

221 
directors, limitations on loans to, 8-228, 

8-229 
discounting of paper, not, 8-225, 8-231 
instalment loans, secured, 8-223 
interest rates — 

industrial banks, on personal loans 

repayable monthly, 8-232 
instalment loans, 8-233 
maturities, restrictions on, modification 

by Board of Bank Control, 8-224 
maximum amounts, 8-225, 8-227 
£~- »"" exception of certain loans secured by 
shipping documents, etc., 8-226 
Mortgage loans, infra 
officers and directors, limitations on loans 

to, 8-228, 8-229 
participation with Federal agencies in 
making, restrictions as inapplicable, 
8-224 
partnership of which director or officer 
is member, restrictions on loans to, 
8-228 
penalty for improper borrowing by di- 
rectors or officers, 8-229 
^personal, secured, 8-223 
^-^-permissible period, for personal secured 
loan, 8-223 
power to make, 8-131, 8-221 et seq. 
real estate, loans on security of, restric- 
tions on, 8-222 
Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 
participation with, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 469 [Reg. 4K] 
stock of bank, loans on, when prohibited, 

8-235 
warehouse receipts pledged as security, 
investigation of, 8-230 
Merger, 8-125, 8-126 

Moneys paid into court, deposit of, 10-2151 
Mortgage loans, 8-222 

Federal Housing Administration, mort- 
gages insured by, 36-601, 36-603 
maximum investment in, 8-234 
restrictions on, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 468 [Reg. 4G] 
[8 SC Code]— 6 



BANKS— Cont'd 

National Banks (this index) 
National Housing Act, inapplicability of re- 
strictions on mortgage loans made un- 
der, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 468 [Reg. 
4G] 
National mortgage associations, investments 

in securities of, 36-602, 36-603 
National Reserve Association, membership 

in, 8-135 
Negotiable instruments — 

generally. Negotiable Instruments (this 

index) 
Checks and Drafts (this index) 
Collections, supra 
Deposits, supra 
Officers — 

bonding of, 8-104 

civil arrest, embezzlement as ground of, 

10-802(1) 
directors' power to appoint, etc., 8-134 
indorsement for other officer or director 

prohibited, 8-228, 8-229 
loans to, limitations on, 8-228, 8-229 
national bank converted into state bank, 

8-124 
personal liability for deposits received 
after known insolvency, 8-172 
Organization expenses, fees to State as in- 
cluded, 8-142 

Par, purchases of investments securities at 
price exceeding, restrictions on, Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 467 [Reg. 4A(3)] 
Penalty for violation of statutory or Board 

requirements, 8-110 
Powers, 8-131 et seq. 
Preferred stock — 

capital stock, inclusion in required min- 
imum, 8-150 
full payment required, 8-149 
issuable, when, 8-148 
Public funds, deposits of. Deposits, supra 
Real estate — 

loans on, restrictions as to, 8-222 
power to purchase and hold, 8-131 
Receiver for bank — 

attorney for, compensation of, 8-310 
borrowing to pay dividends on deposits 

or debts, 8-304 
claims, allowability, 8-306 
compensation, 8-309 

debtor of bank not to be appointed, 8-301 

expenses of receivership to be deducted 

before making final distribution, 8- 

206 

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 

as, 8-273, 8-274 
final dividend, who may participate, 8- 

305 
pledge of assets by, 8-304 
report, filing of, 8-308 



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BANKS— Cont'd 

Receiver for bank — Cont'd 
sale of assets by, 8-304 
winding up by, 8-305 

unclaimed dividends, disposition of, 
8-307 
Receiver, power to act as, 8-241 

bond, 8-242 
Reconstruction Finance Corporation, par- 
ticipation with, in loans, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 469 [Reg. 4K] 
Refusal of payment of demand instrument 
presented more than one year from date, 
8-1081 
Reorganization proceedings, 8-311 to 8-317 
in hands of conservator, 8-291, 8-292, 
8-293 
Report of condition — 

penalty for failure to report, 8-263 
publication of, 8-259, 8-260 

branch banks, 8-261 
to Board of Bank Control, 8-259, 8-260 
Repurchase agreement, purchase of securi- 
ties under, to be treated as loan, Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 467 [Reg. 4A(5)] 
Reserve against deposits, 8-154 
Safe deposit business — 
lien on deposits, 8-571 
opening box for nonpayment of rental, 
8-572, 8-573, 8-574, 8-575, 8-576, 8- 
578 
notice to lessee, 8-572 
private documents in box, 8-578 
power to engage in, 8-531 
remedies for nonpayment of rental — 

officers who may enforce, 8-580 
sale of contents of box for nonpayment 
of rental, 8-576 
disposition of proceeds, 8-577 
State Treasurer, vault for, authorized, 

1-741 
warehouseman, rights and liabilities as, 
8-571 
Sale of securities under repurchase agree- 
ment to be deemed money borrowed, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p." 467 [Reg. 
4A(5)] 
Savings Banks (this index) 
Seal, power to adopt, 8-131 
Securities Act, exemptions, 62-51(5, 9) 
Servicemen's Readjustment Act, limitations 
on bank's investment of funds in loans 
partially guaranteed under, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 469 [Reg. 4L] 
Solvencv, false statements concerning, pe- 
nalized, 8-108 
Special charters prohibited, SC Const, Art 

3, §34; Art 9, §9 
Stockholders — 

information to, duty of furnishing, as not 
required by general corporation law, 
12-262 



BANKS— Cont'd 

Stockholders— Cont'd 

limitation of action for penalty against, 
10-143(9) 
Stock, in corporations- 
power to deal in, 8-131 
restrictions on purchases of, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 467 [Reg. 4A(1)] 
securities convertible into purchase of, 
prohibited, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
467 [Reg. 4A(4)] 
Stock of — 

Capital stock, supra 

loan on or purchase of, by bank, pro- 
hibited, unless, etc., 8-235 
Preferred stock, supra 
taxation — 

cities over 1,000, taxation in, 47- 

241 
valuation for, SC Const, Art 10, §5 

[Vol. 7, pp. 276, 278, 279] 
where taxable, SC Const, Art 10, § 5 
[Vol. 7, pp. 276, 278, 279] ' 
transfer, regulation by bylaw, 8-133 
Stocks, corporate, power to deal in, 8-131 
Stop payment orders. Deposits, supra 
Surplus — 

investment of, restrictions on, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 467, 468 [Reg. 4E] 
minimum requirements, 8-154 
parent bank having branches, 8-145 
Taxation (this index) 

Terms "bank" or "banking," use of, by 
other than banking institutions, when 
penalized, 8-101, 8-102 
Transfer of stock, regulation by by-law, 8- 

133 
Trust business, provisions applicable to — 
bonds to secure deposits, 8-583 
custody of securities, 8-586 
examination by Bank Control Board, 8- 

581 
investment of funds, 8-584, 8-585 
records, keeping of, 8-582 
segregation of fiduciary assets, 8-582 
separate keeping of investments of each 
individual trust, 8-585 
Trustee, power to act as, 8-241 

bond, 8-242 
Undivided profits, investment of, restric- 
tions on, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 467, 
468 [Reg. 4E.] 
Valuation of securities purchased for bank's 
own account, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 467 [Reg. 4A(3)(a)] 
Warehouse receipts pledged as security, in- 
vestigation of, by bank examiner, 8- 
230 

BAPTISTS 

Tax exemption of property of General 
Board in Columbia, 65-1523(29) 
[SSCCode] 



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BAR ASSOCIATION 
Attorneys at Law (this index) 

BARBERS AND BARBERING 

Generally, 56-251 to 56-277 

Alum, restrictions on use of, to stop flow 
of blood, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 470 
[Reg. 7] 
Annual fees — 
barbers, 56-267 
barber shop, 56-266 
Baths to be kept clean and sanitary, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 471 [Reg. 14] 
Board of Examiners, 56-253 to 56-275 
annual report, 56-258 
appeal to court upon refusal of issuance 

of certificate by, 56-275 
appointment, 56-253 
compensation, 56-254 
expenses of members, 56-254 
hearing as prerequisite to refusal to issue 

certificate, 56-274 
office and seal, 56-255 
officers, 56-256 
records, 56-257 

rules and regulations for management 
of shops, 56-268; Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7, pp. 469-472 
secretary, 56-256 
Brushes to be kept clean and sanitary, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 471 [Reg. 9] 
Cabinets in barber shops to be kept clean 
and sanitary, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
470 [Reg. 4] 
Certificates — 

appeal to court upon refusal of issuance 

of, 56-275 
display, 56-270 
fees for, 56-267 
grounds for refusal to issue or renew, 

56-273 
hearing as prerequisite to refusal of is- 
suance of, 56-274 
issuance of, 56-264 
nonresidents, 56-265 
renewal of, 56-272 
requirement of registration certificate, 

56-252 
suspension or revocation of, 56-273 
Wasserman test, certificate of result of, 
to accompany license, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 471 [Reg. 22] 
Cleanliness in person and dress, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 471 [Reg. 16] 
Cleanliness of shop, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

p. 470 [Reg. 3] 
Coagulants, restrictions on use of, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 470 [Reg. 7] 
Combs to be kept clean and sanitary, Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 471 [Reg. 9] 



BARBERS AND BARBERING— Cont'd 

Communicable disease, person suffering 
from, not to act as barber, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 471 [Reg. IS] 
Cosmetologists, barbers exempt from regu- 
lations as to, 56-479 
Country barbering, application of regula- 
tions as to, 56-277 
Cuspidors in shops to be kept clean and 
sanitary, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p 470 
[Reg. 3] 
Definition of practice of barbering, 56-251 
Diseases of skin — 

shaving of persons having, restrictions 
of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 471 [Reg. 
20] 
treatment of, prohibited, Rules & Re" 
Vol. 7, p. 471 [Reg. 19] 
Dormitory, barber shop not to be used as, 

Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 470 [Reg. 2] 
Examination — 

applications for, 56-262 
nonresidents, 56-265 
time, place, and subject of, 56-263 
Exemptions from provisions of laws as to, 

56-276 

Fixtures in shops to be clean and sanitary. 

Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 470 [Reg. 4] 

Hair brushes to be kept clean and sanitary, 

Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 471 [Reg. 9] 

Haircloths to be kept from skin, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 471 [Reg. 13] 
Hands, cleansing of, immediately before 
serving customer, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 471 [Reg. 15] 
Headrest of barber chairs to be covered 
before using, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p 
471 [Reg. 11] 
Health certificates, Rules and Reg., Vol. 7 

p. 471 [Reg. 17] 
Home barbering, application of regulations 

as to, 56-277 
House-to-house barbering prohibited, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 470 [Reg 6(a) ] 
Inflamed faces, shaving of, restrictions on. 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 471 [Reg. 20] 
Inspection of places rendering barber 
service, 50-269; Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 470 [Reg. 1] 
before granting license, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 472 [Reg. 23] 
Lather brushes to be kept clean and sani- 
tary, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 471 
[Reg. 10] 
Living quarters, barber shop not to be used 
as, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 470 [Reg. 
2] 
Meals, barber shop not to be used for prep- 
aration of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 470 
[Reg. 2] 

Neck dusters to be kept clean and sani- 
tary, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 471 
[Reg. 9] 



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BARBERS AND BARBERING— Cont'd BARBERS AND BARBERING— Cont'd 



barber 
p. 470 



Vol. 



Neck strip, use of required, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 471 [Reg. 13] 
Offenses and penalties, 56-271 
Posting of rules and regulations for man- 
aging of sbops, 56-268; Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 471 [Reg. 21] 
Registered apprentices — 

operation of barbershop by, 56-260 
qualifications, 56-259 
Registered barber, qualifications of, 56-261 
Registration certificates. Certificates, supra 
Registration of barber shops, 56-266 
Rules and regulations, 56-268; Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 469-472 
Running water, provision of, in 

shops, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

[Reg. 5] 
Sales tax, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 854 

[Reg. 32] 
Sanitary rules governing, Rules & Reg., 

7, pp. 470-472 
Schools. Barbers' Colleges (this index) 
Service of apprenticeship, 56-260 
Shaving mugs — - 

dipping of into water receptacles pro- 
hibited, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 470 
[Reg. 6] 
to be kept clean and sanitary, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 471 [Reg. 10] 
Shop license, inspection before granting, 

Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 472 [Reg. 23] 
Shops, sanitary rules governing, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 470-472 
Sleeping quarters, barber shop not to be 

used as, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 470 

[Reg. 2] 
State Board of Barber Examiners. Board 

of Examiners, supra 
Sterilization of instruments, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, pp. 470, 471 [Reg. 8] 
Styptic pencils, use of, prohibited, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 470 [Reg. 7] 
Toilets to be kept clean and sanitarv, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 471 [Reg. 14] 
Tools to be kept clean and sanitary, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 470 [Reg. 4] 

Towels — 

freshly laundered, use of, required, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 471 [Reg. 
12] 
to be kept clean and sanitary, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 470 [Reg. 4] 
wet towels to be removed from work 
stand or lavatory, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 471 [Reg. 12] 
Venereal disease, certificate of result of 
Wasserman test, Rules & Reg., Vol 7, 
p. 471 [Reg. 2] 
Violations of Rules of State Barber Exam- 
iners, prosecution of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7, p. 471 [Reg. 21] 



Wasserman test, certificate of results of, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 471 [Reg. 22] 

Water supply in shops, Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7, p. 470 [Reg. 5, 6] 

Workstands to be kept clean and sanitary, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 470 [Reg. 4] 

BARBERS' COLLEGES 

Curriculum, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 469, 

470 [Reg. 10] 
Sanitary rules governing, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, pp. 470-472 
Student's permit, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

469 [Reg. 1] 

BARBITURATES 
Narcotics (this index) 

BAR CALENDARS 

Calendars (this index) 

BAR EXAMINATION 
Attorneys at Law (this index) 



BARGES 

Sales and use taxes, exemption from, 65- 
1404 



BARLEY 

Burning of, punishment for, 16-314 
Bushel, standard, 66-157 



BARN 

Burning of, penalty for, 16-311, 16-312 
Dairy Barns (this index) 



BARNWELL COUNTY 

For matters relating to counties generally, 
see Counties. 

Appropriations — 
disposition, 14-965 
exceeding, when permissible, 14-964 
surplus, 14-965 
Atomic Energy Commission, special State 

constables for, 53-731 to 53-736 
Auditor, tax returns, time for receiving, 65- 

1754 
Blackville Township, commutation tax funds, 
expenditure in, 14-973 



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BARNWELL COUNTY— Cont'd 

Board of County Managers- 
appointment, 14-952 

bonds, 14-955 

chairman, 14-955 

clerk, 14-956 
bond, 14-957 
compensation, 14-957 
removal, 14-957 

contracts, 14-961 

duties, 14-954 

employees, 14-956, 14-957 

expenditures by custodians of road and 
bridge funds, 14-969 

financial records, 14-968 

inspection of county property by desig- 
nated member, 14-963 

meetings, 14-958 

number, 14-952 

powers, 14-953 

purchases, 14-960 

record books, 14-970 

supervisor of roads, employment of, 14- 
956 

supervisor's statement to be filed with, 14- 
973 

suspension of member not complying with 
statutory requirements, 14-967 

term of office, 14-952 

vacancies, how filled, 14-952 
Boundaries, 14-56 
Bridges, repairs to, 33-1442 
Carnivals and traveling tent shows in, 5-2 
Chain gangs — 

generally. Chain Gangs (this index) 

clothing of prisoners, law inapplicable, 55- 
473 

highways, employment on, 33-1442 

monthly inspection and report, 55-523 

weighing of supplies delivered to, 14-962 
Circuit court and terms, 15-261, 15-263 
Claims against — 

generally. Counties (this index) 

audit by Board of Managers, 14-958 

itemization required, 14-961 

publication of list not required, 14-426 

verification, 14-961 

Clerk of court, fees, 27-52, 27-71 

Commissioners, boards of, chairman as ex of- 
ficio member of equalization board, 65- 
1805 

Commutation tax in townships of Williston and 
Blackville, control and expenditure, 14- 
973 

Competitive bidding on supplies, 14-960 

Congressional districts, 23-554 

Constables, 43-601 

fees in worthless check cases, 27-422 

Contingent fund, disbursement of, 14-966 

Contracts, 14-961 

exceeding appropriations, when permissible, 
14-904 



BARNWELL COUNTY— Cont'd 

County courts excepted from general law as to, 

15-627 
Dance hall licenses, 5-603 

Depository of public funds to furnish se- 
curity, 14-967.1 
Employees, 14-956 

compensation, 14-957 

bonds, 14-957 

discharge, 14-957 
Fairs and Fair Associations (this index) 
Financial records, 14-968 

publication, 14-969 
Fine — 

for nonpayment of road tax, 33-994 

to whom payable, 17-575 
Fiscal year, 14-17 
Forestry board, 29-55 to 29-58 
Foxes, open season for, 2S-423 
Game zone, 28-5 

General fund, disbursement of, 14-966 
Governing body — 

generally. Counties (this index) 

Board of County Managers, supra 
Highways — 

generally — 

Counties (this index) 
Highways (this index) 

commutation road tax, 33-991 to 33-994 

relocation occasioned by Savannah River 
Plant project, 33-200 

repairs, 33-1442 

road districts, 33-1441 

Supervisor of roads, infra 
House of Representatives, number of rep- 
resentatives, SC Const, Art 3, § 3 
Ice plants, municipal, exception from provision 

authorizing, SC Const, Art 8, § 13 
Inspection of county property, 14-963 
Jail and jailer, 55-404 
Judicial sales, auctioneers for, 15-1908 
Jurors, compensation of, 38-308(4) 
Livestock, inspection of, 14-963 
Magistrates, 43-601 

fees in worthless check cases, 27-422 
Managers. Board of County Managers, su- 
pra 
Marriage license fees, disposition of, 20-32 
Masters — 

generally. Counties (this index) 

established, 15-1801 

practice of law by, 15-1813 
Officers — 

generally. Counties (this index) 

information, duty to supply, 14-971 

particular officers, see appropriate lines 
Peddling horses or mules, 56-1231 to 56- 

1235 
Polling precincts in, 23-159 
Prisoners — 

Chain gangs, supra 

diet list of, 55-702 

records of, 55-701 



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Probate judge — 

generally. Probate courts (this index) 
clerk, may act, when, 15-426 
fees, 27-308 

filling vacancy in a certain case, 15-409 
Recording fees, 27-52 
Road districts, 14-951, 33-1441 
Schools — 

generally. Schools (this index) 
borrowing by districts — ■ 

deposit and disbursement of bor- 
rowed funds, 21-1357 
prerequisites, 21-1356, 21-1361 
deficits — ■ 

penalty for creating. 21-1361 
provision for, 21-1359, 21-1361 
taxes, 21-1355 

to liquidate indebtedness, 21-1359 
trustees — 

budgets, preparation of, 21-1355 
v.. election, 21-1351 
number, 21-1351 
powers and duties, 21-1351 
terms of office, 21-1351 
tuition of nonresident pupils, 21-856 
Sheriff— 

generally. Sheriffs (this index) 
deputv, appointment and salary, 53-71.1 
fees, 27-407 

salary in lieu of fees, 53-852 
Soil Conservation Committee area for selec- 
tion of members, 63-61.1 
Streams — 

cutting or felling trees across or into, 

penalized, 70-6 
dams across, restrictions on, 70-6 
inapplicability of statutory requirements 
as to, 70-5 
Supervisor, highways, duties as to, 33-1442 
Supervisor of roads, 14-956 
bond, 14-957 
compensation, 14-957 
removal, 14-957 
Sweetwater Country Club, sale or lease of 

land, 51-238 
Tax collector, 65-2231 to 65-2237 
bond, 65-2232 
compensation, 65-2233 
duties, 65-2235 to 65-2237 
election, 65-2231 
office and equipment, 65-2234 
powers, 65-2235, 65-2236 
remittances to treasurer, 65-2237 
reports, 65-2237 
term of office, 65-2231 
vacancies in office, how filled, 65-2231 
Taxes — 

generally — 

Counties (this index) 
Taxation (this index") 
commutation road tax, 33-991 to 33-994 
executions to enforce payment, 65-2236 



BARNWELL COUNTY— Cont'd 

Taxes — Cont'd 

exemption from — 

manufacturing establishments, 65- 
1524 
determination of right to exemp- 
tion. 65-1532 
Masonic lodges, 65-1587 
returns, time for making, 65-1754 
township boards of assessors, duties of, 
to be discharged by township board 
of commissioners, 65-1805 
Tourist camp and road house provisions in- 
applicable to, 35-208 
Treasurer — 

generally. Counties (this index) 

bank deposit, failure to exact security 

for, penalized, 14-967.1 
expenditure, publication of list of, 14- 

972 
magistrates, fines collected by, publica- 
tion of, 43-17 
tax collector to remit to, 65-2237 
Warehouse, weighing of supplies delivered 

from, 14-962 
Warrants — 

exceeding appropriation, when permis- 
sible, 14-964 
signatures required on, 14-959 
Waters. Streams, supra 

Williston Township, commutation tax funds, 
expenditure in, 14-973 



BARNWELL, TOWN OF 

Annual tax on property, limits as to, 47- 
250 

Public works commissioners, who to act in- 
stead of, 59-174 



BARRELS 
Containers (this index) 

BARREL STAVES 

Exported, characteristics and dimensions, 
66-6 

BARTER 
Exchange of Property (this index) 

BARYTES 

Confectionery as adulterated by, 32-1513 

BASKETS 
Containers (this index) 



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BASS 

For statutory provisions generally appli- 
cable to game fish, but not specifically 
designating this species, see Fish and 
Game 

Bag limit, 28-590 

Boyd's Mill Pond, 28-593 

Lakes Marion and Moultrie, 28-1214 

Zone No. 2, artificial lake in, 28-593 
Black bass — 

game fish, 28-4 

minimum size, coastal fisheries, 28-755 

sale of, prohibited, 2S-691 
Closed season on, in zone 1, 2S-5S3 
Rock bass, as game fish, 28-4 
Size limit — 

Catawbee-Wateree area, 28-1015 

Lakes Marion and Moultrie, 28-1214 

salt-water fish, 28-755 

zone 1, 28-584 
Striped bass, as game fish, 28-4 
Transportation out of state regulated, 28- 
694 



BASTARDS 

Adoption of. Adoption (this index) 
Apprenticeship — 

county may bind to, 40-203 
use of money paid by fathers, 40-203.1 
Bequests and devises. Testamentary gifts, 

infra 
Bigamous marriage, children of, 20-6.1 
Bond or recognizance — 
convicted father, 20-308 
mother of bastard refusing to declare fa- 
ther, 20-306 
reputed father, 20-305 

commitment to prison for failure to 
enter into bond or recognizance, 
20-307 
twins, recognizance to be conditioned for 
double amounts, 20-309 
Children's courts — 

bastardy proceedings, 15-13S3 
judgment, 15-1383 
limitation of action, 15-1383 
legitimation of child after marriage of 
parents, 15-1384 
Commitment to jail of mother refusing to 

declare father, 20-306 
Death action, beneficiaries of, 10-1953 
Fees of clerks of courts, 27-53(31) 
local provisions, 27-68 to 27-101 
Gifts to bastard children, 57-310 
Inheritance by or from, 19-33, 19-54 
Jury trial as to parentage, 20-308 
Legacies to, restrictions on, 19-238 

adopted illegitimate child, 10-2587 
Legitimation — 

marriage of parents, 15-1384, 20-5.1, 20- 
5.2 



BASTARDS— Cont'd 

Legitimation — Cont'd 

name of legitimated bastard, 20-5.2 
special legislation authorizing, prohibited, 
SC Const, Art 3, § 34 
Moneys paid by father, handling of, where 

child bound out to service, 40-203.1 
Mother refusing to declare father, effect of, 
20-306 

Settlements of, 71-152 

Testamentary gifts to, restrictions on, 19- 
238 
adopted illegitimate child, 10-2587 
Warrant — 

apprehension of reputed father, 20-305 
bench warrant, 20-307 
indictment of reputed father resisting 
warrant, 20-307 
arrest of mother refusing to declare fa- 
ther, 20-306 



BATESBURG, TOWN OF 

Fire department, jurisdiction of, 47-1155 
Municipal court juries, 15-942 



BATHING BEACHES 
Beaches (this index) 

BATHING PLACES 

See also Beaches 
Admissions tax, when not required, 65-831 
Cities over 20,000, public baths in, 47-405 
Licenses and license taxes, public bathing 
places, 65-831 



BATH LAKE 

Motor boats, operation with exhausts open, 
penalized, 70-321 



BATTERIES 
Storage Batteries (this index) 

BATTERY 

Assault and Battery (this index) 

BATTLEFIELD 

Monuments on, penalty for injuring, 16-562 

BAWDY HOUSES 
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BAYS 

Particular bays, sec under name of bay 

Generally. Waters and Watercourses (this 
index) 

BEACH BIRDS 

Hunter's right to take out of State, 28-381 



BEACONS 
Aids to navigation. Navigation (this index) 

BEANS 
Bushel, standard, 66-157 
Germination standard, Rules & Reg Vol 
7. p. 459 [Reg. 4] 



BEACH BRANCH BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Tax exemption, 65-1523(27) 



BEARER INSTRUMENT 
Negotiable Instruments (this index) 



BEACHES 

See also Bathing Places 
Aircraft — 

landings on beaches, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 452 [Reg. 2] 
operation on Isle of Palms, 46-751 
Bathhouses, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 672 

[Sec. 11] 
Diving towers, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 673 

[Sec. 14] 
First aid kit, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 673 

[Sec. 15] 
Floats. Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 673 [Sec. 
14] 

Life guards, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 673 
[Sec. 17] 

Life-saving equipment, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 673 [Sec. 15] 
Lighting at night, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

673 [Sec. 13] 
Marking of bathing area, Rules & Reg, 

Vol. 7, p. 673 [Sec. 15] 

Motor vehicles, operation on beaches, 46-751 
to 46-758 
speed limit in Horry County, 46-756, 46- 
757 

Sanitation in interest of swimmers, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 671-674 
Separation of races, bathing beaches in 

counties with city over 60,000, 51-181 

to 51-184 

Showers for bathers, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 673 [Sec. 12] 

Springboards, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 673 
[Sec. 14] 

Standards for tidal salt waters, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 691-693 
Suits for bathers, Rules & Reg., Vol 7 p 

673 [Sec. 16] 
Toilet facilities for bathers, Rules & Reg, 

Vol. 7, p. 673 [Sec. 12] 

Towels, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 673 [Sec. 
16] 



BEARS 
Bear baiting, Sunday laws, 64-1 
Killing prohibited, 28-462 



BEAUFORT, CITY OF 

Airport, 2-231 

Bonded indebtedness, when excepted from 
constitutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 
8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 231], Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 
7, p. 279] 

Building on certain lots, restrictions on, 47- 
1522 

Bus system, 58-1561 to 58-1565 
Funding of indebtedness, when permissible, 
SC Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 2311; 
Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 7, p. 279] 
Harbor. Beaufort Harbor (this index) 
Municipal golf course, 51-102 
Per diem of mayor and councilmen, 47-1523 
Public works commissioners — 
appointment, 59-173 
borrowing money, 59-183 
clerk and employees, 59-176 

bonds of, 59-176 
removal from office, 59-177 
term of office, 59-173 
vacancies, 59-177 
Sewer bonds, excepted from constitutional 
debt limit, SC Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, 
P. 231]; Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 7, p. 279] 
Street impovements — 

assessment of abutting property for, SC 

Const, Art 10, § 14 a 
bonds for, when exempt from constitu- 
tional debt limit, SC Const, Art 8, 
§ 7 [Vol. 7, p. 231]; Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 
7, p. 279] 

Vesting of certain lands in, 47-1521 
Waterworks bonds, when exempt from con- 
stitutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 8 
§ 7 [Vol. 7, p. 231]; Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 7, 
P. 279] 



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BEAUFORT COUNTY 

For matters relating to counties generally, 
sec Counties 

Agriculture ("this index) 
Assessment on benefited property for improve- 
ienTof bridges and highways, SC Const, 

Art 10, § 13 

Auditor — 

generally. Counties (this index") 
equalization board, ex officio clerk of, 

6S-3383 
forfeited land commission, membership 
in, 65-2903 
Beaches, co-operation with Federal Govern- 
ment in preservation of, 14-1011 
Board of Directors — 
appointment, 14-1002 
bonds, official, 14-1004 
chairman, 14-1003 
clerk, 14-1006 
bond, 14-1008 
compensation, 14-1007 
removal, 14-1009 
duties, 14-1010, 14-1011 
employees, 14-1006 
expenses, 14-1005 
number of members, 14-1001 
powers, 14-1010, 14-1011 
real estate, acquisition and disposition of 

for industrial purposes, 14-1012 
term of office, 14-1001 
vacancies, how filled, 14-1002 
Bond account to be furnished to county 

delegation, 14-1017 
Bonded indebtedness, exemption from con- 
stitutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 10, 
§5 [Vol. 7, pp. 280, 281] 
Borrowing from Federal agencies, 14-551 

et seq. 
Boundaries, 14-57 
Candy peddlers — 

bond of regular salesman for merchant 

beginning business, 56-1254 
definition, 56-1251 
exemptions, 56-1255, 56-1256 
farm products, exemption of, 56-1255 
itinerant salesman or merchant, license 

of, 56-1253, 56-1254 
license tax, 56-1252 
penalties for violation of regulations, 56- 

1257 
veterans, exemption from license tax of, 
56-1256 
Carnivals and traveling tent shows in, 5-3 
Chain gangs — 

generally. Chain Gangs (this index) 
clothing of prisoners, law inapplicable, 

55-473 
custody of, 55-477 
persons awaiting trial, service by, 55- 

501 to 55-504 
use of, 55-454 



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BEAUFORT COUNTY— Cont'd 

Chattel mortgages on crops, certain record- 
ing provisions not applicable, 60-304 
Circuit court and terms, 15-261, 15-286 
Clerk of court — 

generally. Clerks of Courts (this index) 
certification of photostatic copies, 15- 

1771.1 
fees, 27-52, 27-72 

half holiday weekly, May-September, 14- 
1016 
Confiscated goods, proceeds of sale of, use 
for fingerprinting and photography by 
sheriff, 57-242 
Congressional districts, 23-554 
Constables, 43-611 

fees in worthless check cases, 27-422 
Cotton, sale of — 

license to traffic in unpacked lint cotton, 
13-322 
local exceptions, 13-315 
Cotton weighers and weighing, applicability 

of provisions as to, 13-117 
County courts, excepted from general law 
as to, 15-627 

Depository of public funds to furnish secu- 
rity, 14-1013 to 14-1015 
Directors. Board of Directors, supra 
Drainage commissioner, 18-71 
Employees, 14-1006 
bonds, 14-1008 
compensation, 14-1007 
discharge, 14-1009 

half-holidays for clerical employees, 
May-September, 14-1016 
Erosion, co-operation with Federal Govern- 
ment in prevention of, 14-1011 
Fairs and Fair Associations (this index) 
Ferry service across Mackays Creek and 

Skull Creek, 33-721 to 33-725 
Fine — ■ 

nonpayment of road tax, 33-1004 
tractors on highways, violation of regu- 
lations as to, 33-453 
Fiscal year, generally, 14-16, 14-17 
Forestry board, 29-55 to 29-58 
Forfeited land commission, 65-2903 

generally. Counties (this indexi 
bank deposits, 65-2983 
compensation, 65-2982 
duties, 65-2981 

funds, disposition of, 65-2983 
notice to owner, of prospective sale, 65- 

2984 
records, 65-2981 

redemption, opportunity for, 65-2984 
rent of lands held by, 65-2986 
sale or rental of property acquired by, 

65-2981, 65-2985 
waiver of lien for rent, 65-2986 
Foxes, open season for, 28-427 
Game zone, 28-5 



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Governing body, chairman as ex officio 

member of equalization board, 65-3.383 

Hawkers and peddlers, issuance of licenses 

and disposition of fees, 56-1212 
Health and drainage commissioners, 18-71 
Highways— 
generally — 

Counties (this index) 
Highways (this index) 
abandonment on request of contiguous 

landowners, 33-1452 
Chain gangs, supra 
maintenance of, permissible methods, 33- 

910 
road tax, 33-1001 to 33-1004 
supervisor of roads, 33-1451 
tractors, operation on, 33-1453 
trees along, cutting of, penalized, 33-552 
width, minimum, 33-853 
House of Representatives, number of mem- 
bers apportioned to, 30-1 
constitutional provisions, SC Const, Art 
3 § 3 
Hunting Island (this index) 
Industrial promotion, 14-1012 
Jail and jailer, 55-405 
Judicial sales, fees for, 10-1755 
Jurors, compensation of, 38-308(4) 
Magistrates, 43-611 to 43-613 

fees in worthless check cases, 27-422 
Medicine, special provisions as to sale by 

peddlers of, 56-1209 
Municipal accounts, publication of, 47-809 
Officers — 

half holiday, May-September, 14-1016 
particular officers, see appropriate lines. 
Opossums, hunting season, 28-340 
Pilotage Commissioners, 56-1401, 56-1402 
Polling precincts in, 23-160 
Recall of intendant or warden in town under 

1,000, 47-131 to 47-134 
Recording fees, 27-52, 27-72 
Sale of Cotton (this index) 
School fund — 

forfeited land commission funds to be 
allotted to, 65-29S3 
Schools — 

general provisions operating throughout 

the state. Schools (this index) 
Board of Education — 
authority, 21-1401 
budget, certification of, 21-1421 
chairman, 21-1405 

compensation of members, 21-1406 
duties and powers, generally, 21- 

1409 
joint operation of schools with ad- 
jacent counties, 21-1410 
meetings, 21-1405 
personnel, employment of, 21-1408 
secretary, 21-1405 



BEAUFORT COUNTY— Cont'd 

Schools — Cont'd 

Board of Education — Cont'd 

Superintendent of Education, employ- 
ment of, 21-1407 
tax receipts, allocation of, 21-1422 
terms of school, determination of, 21- 

1411 
traveling expenses, 21-1406 
vice-chairman, 21-1405 
bonds, district, exemption from constitu- 
tional debt limit, SC Const, Art 10, 
§5 [Vol. 7, p. 281] 
boundaries of former districts to be kept 
on record until bonded indebtedness 
is paid, 21-1414 
claims against school funds, payment of, 

21-952 
Districts 1 and 2, assumption of indebt- 
edness of constituent districts for 
permanent improvements, 21-1425 
funds, credit and transfer of, 21-1423 
Hardeeville District No. 10, 21-151, to 
21-154 
dissolution, disposition of building 

and equipment on, 21-154 
expense of operation, 21-153 
formation, 21-151 
trustees, 21-152 
Superintendent of Education — 
appointment and term, 21-1407 
duties, 21-1412, 21-1413 
estimate of revenues and disburse- 
ments, 14-1017 
expenditures, statement of, to be 

published, 21-1413 
financial report to county delegation, 

14-1017 
tax receipts, allocation to, 21-1422 
taxes, 21-1421. 21-1422, 21-1424, 21-1425 

special levies, 21-1424 
teachers' salaries, allocation of tax re- 
ceipts to, 21-1422 
term, 21-1411 
trustees — 

chairman, 21-1416 
compensation, 21-1417 
Districts 1 and 2, 21-1415 
budgets, 21-1420, 21-1421 
duties, 21-1418 
facilities, repair or construction, 

21-1419 
personnel, employment of, 21-1418 
Hardeeville School District No. 10 
of Beaufort and Jasper Counties, 
21-152 

meetings, 21-1416 

No. 10 District, Beaufort and Jasper 

Counties, 21-152 
secretary, 21-1416 
traveling expenses, 21-1417 
vice-chairman, 21-1416 



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BEAUFORT COUNTY— Cont'd 

Sheriff— 

generally. Sheriffs (this index) 
deputy sheriffs, 53-141 to S3-1S9 
appointment, 53-141 
authority and powers generally, 

53-153, 53-154 
badges, 53-145 
collection of commutation taxes, 

53-152 
compensation, 53-144 
complaints against, investigation of, 

53-158 
constables, to have powers of, 53- 

154 
control by sheriff, 53-146 
criminal process, power to serve, 53- 

154 
duties, generally, 53-147, 53-148 
gratuities, gifts, or fees, prohibited, 

53-157 
jury summons, power to serve, 53-154 
magistrates' constables in certain 

townships, acting as, 53-151 
motor vehicles, providing at own ex- 
pense, 53-144 
oath of office, 53-142 
official bond, 53-143 
removal for taking part in politics, 

53-159 
reports — 

to county treasurer, 53-156 
to sheriff, 53-155 
roads and bridges, duty to inspect 

and post warnings, 53-149 
service of papers of governing body 

or county, 53-150 
weapons, providing at own expense, 
53-144 
election, when held, 53-52 
fees for tax executions, 65-2804 
forfeited land commission, membership 
in, 65-2903 
Sinking funds, investment of, general stat- 
utory requirements inapplicable, 1-671 
Soil Conservation Committee area for selec- 
tion of members, 63-61.1 
State Ports Authority, use of state lands 

by, 54-17 
Streams, inapplicability of statutory require- 
ments as to, 70-5 
Supervisor of roads, 33-1451 

bond, 14-1008 
Tax books, time for opening, 65-1969 
Taxes — 

generally — 

Counties (this index) 
Taxation (this index) 
appeal from township board of assessors 

to equalization board, 65-3386 
appeals from equalization board, 65-3386 
assessors, township boards of, 65-3381 to 
65-3386 



BEAUFORT COUNTY— Cont'd 

Taxes — Cont'd 

equalization boards, 65-3381 to 65-33S6 
compensation, 65-3385 
traveling expenses, 65-3385 
executions — 
fees, 65-2804 

nulla bonas, publication of list of, 
65-2800 
exemption from, of rural electrification 

lines, 65-1533 
Forfeited land commission, supra 
instalment payments, 65-1995, 65-2036 
notice of seizure for, posting of, 65-2767 
returns for taxation, time for making, 

65-1646 
road taxes, 33-1001 to 33-1004 
township boards of assessors, 65-3381 to 
65-3386 
Tourist camp and road house provisions in- 
applicable to, 35-208 
Township bonds, exemption from constitu- 
tional debt limits, SC Const, Art 10, § 5 
[Vol. 7, p. 2S1] 
Treasurer — 

generally. Counties (this index) 

bond, amount, 65-1952 

election, 65-1953 

financial report by, to county delegation, 

14-1017 
forfeited land commission, membership 

in, 65-2903 
publication of statement of disburse- 
ments not required, 65-2026 
United States, lands ceded to. 39-103. 39-106, 

39-108 to 39-111, 39-134(6, 7, 14) 
United States Tax Commissioners' titles to 

be recorded in, 60-65 
Waters. Streams, supra 
Wharves at Buckingham Ferry and Jenkins 
Island, 54-458 



BEAUFORT HARBOR 

State Ports Authority, powers of, 54-11, 
54-13 



BEAUTY CULTURE 
Cosmetologists (this index) 

BEAVER CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH 

Tax exemption, 65-1523(28) 

BEDDING 

Generally, 32-1351 to 32-1398 

Arrested person to be provided with, during 
detention, 17-261 



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BEDDING— Cont'd 

Contagious or infectious disease — 

bedding of person having, not to be sold, 

etc, 32-1354 
material exposed to, use of, 32-1352 
Definitions, 32-1351 
Enforcement, 32-1391 to 32-1398 

any person may institute prosecutions, 

32-1397 
penalties for violations, 32-1398 
sheriff, duties of, 32-1397 
State Board of Health, powers and duties 
of— 
officers inspecting bedding, powers 

of, 32-1393 
opportunity to correct insanitary con- 
ditions, 32-1395 
prosecutions for violations, 32-1396 
regulations, power to make, 32-1392 
second-hand or damaged articles, con- 
demnation of, 32-1394 
supervision and inspection of manu- 
facture or sale, 32-1391 
Hotels and boarding houses, beds to be 

kept free from vermin, 35-128 
Labels, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 547-549 
[Reg. 5-S] 

Materials — 

certain materials prohibited, 32-1352 
dirt in, when label should disclose, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 549 [Reg. 8] 
foreign material, requiring designation 
on label, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 549 
[Reg. 8] 
furnishing by user, 32-1356 
invoices of, 32-1353 
labels showing, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

pp. 548, 549 [Reg. 5-8] 
sterilization and disinfection of, 32-1352; 

Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 547-549 
terms descriptive of material, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 548, 549 [Reg. 8] 
Oil percentages, requiring description as 
"oily," Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 549 
[Reg. 8] 
Principals and agents, liability of, 32-1358 
Regulations respecting, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, pp. 547-549 
Remodeling or renovation by owner, 32-1357 
Second-hand, condemnation of, 32-1394 
Shoddy — 

as descriptive of material, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 549 [Reg. 8] 
defined, 32-1351 

use in making bedding, 32-1352 
State Board of Health — 

approval of processes, 32-1352, 32-1355 
bedding not properly tagged, prohibit- 
ing sale of, 32-1374 
Enforcement, supra 
invoices, inspection of, 32-1353 
Stealing, from lodgings, 16-358 



BEDDING— Cont'd 

Sterilization, 32-1352; Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

pp. 547-549 
Tags and stamps, 32-1371 to 32-1376 

bedding not properly tagged, prohibit- 
ing sale of, 32-1374 
defacement or alteration of tags, 32-1373 
requirement of, 32-1371 
stamps — 

disposition of proceeds, 32-1376 
provision and sale of, 32-1375 
purchase of, from Tax Commission, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 549 
[Reg. 10] 
requirement of, 32-1371 
statements on tags, 32-1371, 32-1372 
Used bedding — 

condemnation of, 32-1394 

sterilization and disinfection of, 32-1355 



BEEF 

Barrels — 

character, 66-352 
contents, 66-351 
standard weight, 66-157 
License fee, limitation on power of munici- 
pality to charge, 47-72 
Penning of animals before killing, 66-353 
Warehouse, State, ineligibility to storage in, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 462 [Reg. 5] 



BEER, ALE, WINE, AND PORTER 

Administration and enforcement of article 
as to sale of wines, 4-226 

Breweries and wineries — 

administration and enforcement of article 

as to, 4-236 
construction and operation, 4-231, 4-234 
permits — 

failure to obtain, 4-235 
required, 4-232 
stamps to be affixed to products, 4-233 
tax, 4-232 
Chapter 1 of title 4 complementary to laws 

providing for sale of, 4-4 
Concentrate wines not to be sold, 4-222 
Containers — 

for beer, use bv others in trade prohibit- 
ed, 32-1523 
for wine, regulation of, 4-224 
Gambling not to be permitted on prem- 
ises, 4-215(3) 
Imitation wine not to be sold, 4-222 
Improperly labeled wines not to be sold, 

4-222 
Inspection of wines, 4-224 
Intoxicated persons, sales to, 4-215(2) 
Labeling and advertising wines, Federal reg- 
ulation adopted, 4-221 



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BEER, ALE, WINE, AND PORTER 
— Cont'd 

Lewd or immoral entertainment or conduct 
not to be permitted on premises, 4-215 
(4) 
License tax. Stamp Taxes (this index) 
Maximum retail price, 4-202.2 
Minors, sales to, 4-203, 4-215(1) 
Near Beer (this index) 
Nonalcoholic and nonintoxicating beverages 

defined, 4-201 
Nuisances not to be permitted on premises, 

4-215(5) 
Penalties for violation of article as to sale 

of wines, generally, 4-225 
Permits for sales, 4-211 to 4-220 
application, 4-211, 4-213 
expiration date, 4-211 
failure to secure, 4-214.4 
fees, 4-211, 4-214.1,4-214.2 
fifteen-day permits, 4-214.1 
issuance, 4-213 
qualifications, 4-212 
required, 4-211 

retail permit to wholesaler, 4-214 
revocation or suspension, 4-214.3 to 4- 
220 
appeals from order of, 4-216, 4-217 
grounds for, 4-204, 4-213, 4-215 
hearings on, 4-216 
penalties for violations in connection 

with, 4-220 
sale after, 4-219 
surrender, 4-218 
separate permits required for two or 

more places of business, 4-211 
transfer, 4-214.2 
Prices, retail, to be posted bv dealers, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 847 [Reg. 1] 
Regulations applicable, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 845 [Reg. 10] 
Retail liquor dealers may sell wines, 4-82 
Samples for analysis, 4-206 
Stamp Taxes (this index) 
Substances added to wine, 4-223 
Substandard wine not to be sold, 4-222 
Sunday sales, 4-204, 4-205 
Tax on beer and wine, 65-731 to 65-743 

sale, tax on beer must be paid prior to, 

4-202 
stamp tax on beer. Stamp Taxes (this 
index) 
Wholesalers — 

retail permits to, 4-214 

to sell for cash only, 4-202.1 



BEES— Cont'd 

Disinfection of infected or exposed bees, 
hives, fixtures or appliances, 3-183 

Fixtures used in keeping, secondhand, in- 
troduction into State regulated, 3-184 

Inspection by representatives of Crop Pest 
Commission, 3-183 

Introduction into State — 
certificate required, 3-181 
disease, proof of freedom from, 3-181 

Penalties for violation of statutory require- 
ments or administrative regulations, 
3-185 

Treatment of infected or exposed bees, 
hives, fixtures or appliances, 3-183 



BEETS 

Germination standard, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

p. 459 [Reg. 4] 
Standard bushel, 66-157 



BEGGARS 

Vagrants, punished as, when, 16-565(10) 

BELL 

Electric and interurban railroads, signaling 

at crossings, 58-743 
Railroad crossing, locomotive to ring at, 

5S-743 

BELTON 

Assessment of abutting property for street 
improvements, SC Const, Art 10, § 16 

Public works commissioners, who to act in- 
stead of, 59-174 

BENCH WARRANTS 

Issuance of, by clerks of courts, 15-1727 

fees for issuing, 2-53(32) 

local provisions, 27-68 to 27-101 
Sheriff's fees, 27-401(8) 

local provisions, 27-403 to 27-412 



Notifiable disease 
553 [Sec. 5] 



BENDS 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 



BEES 

Crop Pest Commission (this index) 
Destruction of infected or exposed bees, 

hives, fixtures or appliances, 3-183 
Diseases of, power of Crop Pest Commis- 
sion to deal with, 3-182 



BENEFICIARIES 

Actions, as necessary parties to, 10-208 
Adverse party, examination as, 26-511 
County or municipal hospitals, clinics, or 
tuberculosis camps. Hospitals (this in- 
dex) 



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BENEFICIARIES— Cont'd 

Death by wrongful act, in action for, 10- 

1952, 10-1953 
Insurance (this index) 
Trusts (this index) 
Will, beneficiary under, as attesting witness, 

19-260 



BENZOL 
Petroleum Products (this index) 

BEQUESTS 
Wills (this index) 



BENEFICIARY CADETS 
Citadel (this index) 

BENEVOLENT 
ORGANIZATIONS 

Charitable, Social, and Religious Corpora- 
tions Cthis index) 
Fraternal Benefit Associations (this index) 
State institutions, appointment or election 
of directors, power of General Assem- 
bly as to, SC Const, Art 12, § 4 

BENNETTSVILLE 

Bonded indebtedness, when exempt from 
constitutional debt limit, SC Const, 
Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, pp. 222, 230, 231] 

Fire department, bonds for, when exempt 
from constitutional debt limit, SC 
Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 230] 

Lighting plant, bonds for, when exempt 
from constitutional debt limit, SC 
Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 230] 

Public buildings, bonds for, when exempt 
from constitutional debt limit, SC 
Const, Art8. §7 [Vol. 7, p. 230] 

Public works commissioners, who to act 
instead of, 59-174 

Recorder and recorder's court of, 15-1051, 
15-1052 

Sewerage system, bonds for, when not with- 
in constitutional debt limit, SC Const, 
Art 8. § 7 [Vol. 7, pp. 222, 230] 

Sinking fund commission, establishment 
and function of, 4-931 

Street improvements — - 

assessment of abutting property for, SC 

Const, Art 10, § 16 
bonds for, exemption from constitutional 
debt limit, SC Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 
7, pp. 230, 231] 

Water works, bonds for, when not within 
constitutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 
8, § 7 [Vol. 7, pp. 222, 230] 

BENZEDRINE 

Prescription, to be sold only on, 56-1313 

BENZINE 
Petroleum Products (this index) 



BERKELEY COUNTY 

For matters relating to counties generally, 
see Counties. 

Agriculture (this index) 
Animals running at large, 6-312 
Appropriations — 

publication of financial statements, 14- 
1055 
Arbitration of damages caused by animals 
trespassing or running at large, 6-312 
Auditor — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
office hours, 14-1058 
postage allowance, 14-13 
term, commencement of, 65-1744 
Board of education. Schools, infra 
Borrowing money, 14-1056 

Tax anticipation borrowing, infra 
Boundaries, 14-58 

Carnivals and traveling tent shows in, 5-2 
Cattle, loading or hauling at night, 6-305 
Chain gangs — 

generally. Chain Gangs (this index) 
clothing of prisoners, law inapplicable, 

55-473 
custody of, 55-477 
hiring out convicts, 55-486 
persons awaiting trial, service by, 55-501 

to 55-504 
use of, 55-454 
Circuit court and terms, 15-261, 15-278 

general provisions as to. Circuit Courts 
(this index) 
Claims against, publication of list not re- 
quired, 14-426 
Clerk of court — 

generally. Clerks of Courts (this index) 
election," 15-1702, 23-304 
fees, 27-52, 27-73 
office hours, 14-1058 
postage allowance. 14-13 
Congressional districts, 23-554 
Constables, 43-621 
Coroner — 

election of. 17-52, 23-304 
jurors, compensation and mileage pro- 
vision as inapplicable, 17-130 
Cotton weighers and weighing, applicability 

of provisions as to, 13-117 
County courts, excepted from general law 

as to, 15-627 
Courthouse, beautification of grounds of, 
14-1081, 14-1082 






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BERKELEY COUNTY— Cont'd 

Dance hall licenses, 5-603 
Deposit of public funds — 

allocation among banks of county, 14- 

1061 
interest on, 14-1063 

penalty for violation of statutory require- 
ments, 14-1064 
security required, 14-1062 
Fairs and Fair Associations (this index) 
Fiscal year, generally, 14-16, 14-17 
Fishing — 

catfish trap license, 28-627 
mode of taking fish, permissibility, 28-624 
nets, sale or possession of, restricted, 
28-626 
Forestry board, 29-55 to 29-58 
Fox hunting in, 28-425 
Funds, unpledged, diversion of, 14-1057 
Game zone, 28-5 

General sessions court witnesses, compen- 
sation of, 27-621 
Grand jury foreman's power to swear wit- 
nesses inapplicable, 38-408 
Highways — 
generally — 

Counties (this index) 
Highways (this index) 
beautification boards, 33-571, 33-572, 33- 

575 
Chain gang, supra 
maintenance of, permissible methods, 

33-910 
tax for, 33-1011 to 33-1015 
width, 33-854 
House of Representatives, number of mem- 
bers apportioned to, 30-1 
constitutional provisions, SC Const, Art 
3, §3 
Industrial board — 

bylaws and regulations, 14-1073 
chairman, 14-1073 
commission by Governor, 14-1071 
compensation, not to receive, 14-1073 
election, 14-1071 

funds, deposit and disbursemnt, 14-1075 
Moncks Corner Disposal Center, au- 
thority to acquire, etc., 14-1076 to 
10-1079 
number of members, 14-1071 
removal of members, 14-1072 
secretary-treasurer, 14-1073, 14-1074 

bond, 14-1074 
supervisor as ex officio member, 14-1071 
term of members, 14-1071 
vacancies, filling of, 14-1072 
Jurors' compensation, 38-308(6) 
Magistrates, 43-621 

generally. Magistrates (this index) 
fees on coroner's inquest, 27-433 
term of office, SC Const. Art 5, § 20 
Master in equity, postage allowance, 14-13 



BERKELEY COUNTY— Cont'd 

Municipal court juries in, 15-942 
Officers — 

generally. Counties (this index) 

particular officers, see appropriate head- 
ings in this topic 

postage allowance, 14-12 
Physician, county, compensation, 14-1054 
Polling precincts in, 23-161 
Probate judge — 

generally. Probate Courts (this index) 

as master, 15-501 

office hours, 14-1058 

postage allowance, 14-13 
Recall of intendant or warden in towns 

under 1,000, 47-131 to 47-134 
Recording fees, 27-52, 27-73 
Rolling store, requirement of peddler's li- 
cense for, 56-1204, 56-1205 

Schools — 

general provisions as to. Schools (this 

index) 
attendance of pupils to be reported to dis- 
trict of residence, 21-1459 
board of education — 

appointment of. 21-1451 

budget, 21-1461 

bus drivers' names to be reported to, 

21-1455 
duties and powers, 21-1452, 21-1453 
number of members. 21-1451 
superintendent of education a mem- 
ber. 21-1451 
terms of members, 21-1451 

Governor's appointees, 21-1451 
trustees, appointment of — 
for certain districts. 21-1481 
in default of election, 21-1472 
to fill vacancy, 21-1473 
bonds — 

district, permissible amount, SC 
Const. Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 7. p. 296] 
elections, St. Stephens' High School 
District, 21-1523 
Bonneau district, 21-1491, 21-1492 
budgets, 21-1461 
Cross High School District, 21-150.1 to 

21-1503 
district 26, creation, powers, and trus- 
tees, 21-1531 
districts 16 and 19, trustees, 21-1481 to 

21-1484 
enrollment of pupils, place of, 21-1459 
high schools — 

Bonneau District, 21-1491, 21-1492 

trustees, 21-1492 
Cross High School District, 21-1501 

to 21-1503 
District No. 10— 

trustees, 21-1481 to 21-1483 

term of office, 21-1481 to 21- 
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BERKELEY COUNTY— Cont'd 

Schools — Cont'd 

high schools — Cont'd 

dormitories, admission to, 21-1460 
employees, 21-1454 
Macedonia District, 21-1511, 21-1512 
St. Stephens District, 21-1521 to 
21-1524 
bond elections, 21-1523 
trustees — 

Cross District, 21-1501, 21-1503 
Macedonia District, 21-1512 
selection of, 21-1492, 21-1503, 21- 
1512,21-1522 
St. Stephens High School District, 21- 

1521 to 21-1524 
superintendent of education — 

board of education, membership in, 

21-1451 
office hours, 14-1058 
postage allowance, 14-13 
teachers' contracts, recording of, 

21-1456 
tie vote of trustees, St. Stephens High 
School District, decision of, 
21-1522 
taxes, 21-1462 

special provision, 21-929 
teachers — 

compensation, how fixed, 21-1456 
contracts, 21-1456 
employment, 21-1454 
number permissible, 21-1457 
salaries, determination of, 21-1456 
term of employment, how determined, 
21-1456 
transportation of pupils — 
bus drivers — 

contract with, 21-1456 
compensation, how fixed, 21-1456 
employment of, 21-1454 
number permissible, 21-1457 
report to county board of educa- 
tion, 21-1455 
term of employment, how deter- 
mined, 21-1456 
compensation for transportation other 

than by motor vehicles, 21-1458 
education board's duty as to, 21-1453 

trustees — 

appointment — 

for certain districts, 21-1481 
in default of election, 21-1472 
Bonneau High School District, 21- 

1492 
budget estimates, 21-1461 
Cross High School District, 21-1503 
district 16, appointment or election, 
21-1481 
term of office, 21-1481, 21-1483 
District No. 26, 21-1531 
elections, 21-1471, 21-1482, 21-1484 
in lieu of appointment, 21-1482 



BERKELEY COUNTY— Cont'd 

Schools — Cont'd 
trustees — Cont'd 
eligibility, 21-1471 
employees, 21-1454 

contracts with, 21-1456 
number permissible, 21-1457 
Macedonia High School District, 21- 

1512 
number, 21-1471 

Bonneau High School District, 21- 

1492 
Cross High School District, 21- 

1503 
District No. 26, 21-1531 
Macedonia High School District, 

21-1512 
St. Stephens High School District, 
21-1522 
removal, 21-1475 
teachers, employment of, 21-1454 

contracts, 21-1456 
term of office, 21-1471, 21-1481, 21- 
1483 
expiration da.te, 21-1483 
vacancies, how filled, 21-1473, 21-1481, 
21-1484 
Sheriff— 

generally. Sheriffs (this index) 
election — 

time for holding, 23-304 
when held, 53-52 
office hours, 14-1058 
postage allowance, 14-13 
vacancy, appointment to fill, 53-57 
Sinking fund, borrowing from, 14-1056 
Soil conservation committee area for se- 
lection of members, 63-61.1 
Streams, inapplicability of statutory re- 
quirements as to, 70-5 
Superintendent of education. Schools, su- 
pra 
Supervisor — 
bond, 14-1052 
clerk, 14-1053 

disbursements of public funds, publica- 
tion of, 14-1055 
industrial board, ex officio member of, 

14-1071 
office hours, 14-1058 
postage allowance, 14-13 
powers, 14-1051 

term, commencement of, 14-1052 
traveling expenses, allowance for, 14- 
1052 
Tax anticipation borrowing, 14-451, 14-1056 
generally. Counties (this index) 
form of obligation, 14-458 
purpose of levies, noting proceeds of 

loan to, 14-461 
treasurer to receive loan, 14-460 



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BERKELEY COUNTY— Cont'd 

1 axes — 

generally — 

Counties (this index) 
Taxation (this index) 
assessors, 65-1828 
equalization board, 65-1862 

compensation and mileage, 65-1882 
meetings and duties, 65-1887 
exemption from — 

armed forces, members of, 65-1583 
cotton or textile enterprises, SC 

Const, Art 8, § 8 
textile plants, 65-1541 
road taxes, 33-1011 to 33-1015 
school taxes, 21-1462 
Treasurer— 

generally. Counties (this index) 
bond, amount, 65-1952 
Deposit of public funds, supra 
magistrates, fines collected by, publica- 
tion of, 43-17 
office hours, 14-1058 
postage allowance, 14-13 
removal for violation of requirements as 

to deposit of public funds, 14-1064 
reports to supervisor and Comptroller 
General, 65-2019 
monthly, to supervisor, 14-1054 
term of office, commencement of, 65- 
1955 
United States, land ceded to, 39-124.1 
Unlawful use of property of, 16-394 
Vital statistics, 32-1161 
Waters. Streams, supra 

BERMUDA GRASS 

Noxious weed, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 458 
[Reg. 2} 



BETA-EUCAINE 

Food or drug containing, when tnisbranded, 
32-1516 



BETANAPHTHOL 

Soft drink as adulterated by, 32-1515 

BETHEL PARK COMMISSION 

Generally, 51-331 to 51-337 

Admission fees, 51-335 
Created, 51-331 

Duties and powers, generally, 51-333 
Fishing licenses, 51-336 
Members, 51-332 
Police officer, 51-337 
Rules and regulations, 51-334 
Sunday fishing prohibited, 51-336 
[8 SC Code]— 7 



BETHUNE, TOWN OF 

Council, term of, 47-112 
Mayor, term of, 47-112 

BETTERMENTS 
Improvements (this index) 

BETTING 

Gambling (this index) 

BEVERAGES 

Adulteration of non-alcoholic drinks, 32- 
1515 

Alcohol and Alcoholic Beverages (this in- 
dex) 

Soft Drinks (this index) 

Stamp tax on. Stamp Taxes (this index) 

Water supply used for, testing of, 32-1201 

BIBLE 

Family Bible, proof of birth date by, 32- 

1145(1) 
Sales and use taxes, exemption from, 65- 

1404 



BICYCLES 

Bell, 46-548 

Brakes, 46-459 

Carrying of articles by bicyclist, restricted, 

46-456 
Defined, for purpose of traffic regulation, 

46-215 
Ferries, baggage on, 58-712 
Highways, operation on, 46-451 to 46-460 

local regulation and licensing, 46-282 
Larceny of, 16-357 
Lights, 46-457 
Local regulation, 46-282 
Motorized. Motor Vehicles (this index) 
Number of riders, 46-454 
Paths for, opeiation on, 46-451 to 46-460 „ 
Permission of owner, use without, penalized, 

46-803 
Railroads, baggage on, 58-712 
Reflectors, red, on rear, 46-457 
Registration and licensing, local power of, 

46-282 



BIDS AND BIDDING 

See also under names of other particular 
public bodies 
Catawba-Ebenezer Townships Airport 
Commission, submission of bids to, 2- 
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BIDS AND BIDDING— Cont'd 

Charleston County, letting sanitary or 
drainage contracts in, 18-755 

Chester Airport Commission, sale of excess 
property by, 2-266 

Construction of improvements, rejection of 
bids. 18-272 

Paving District Commissions, advertising 
forbids, 33-1371 

Upset bidding. Judicial Sales (this index) 

Walterboro-Colleton County Airport Com- 
mission, sale of excess property by, 2- 
285 



BIGAMY 

Children of bigamous marriage as legiti- 
mate, 20-6.1 

Conviction for. as disqualifying elector, SC 
Const, Art 2, § 6 

Definition and punishment of, 16-401 

Marriages void, 20-6 



BILLBOARDS 

Alcoholic liquors not to be advertised by 
means of, 4-103 



BILL CLERK 

House of Representatives (this index) 
Senate (this index) 

BILLIARDS 

Pool and billiards. Amusements and Ath- 
letic Contests (this index) 

BILL OF EXCEPTIONS 
Objections and Exceptions (this index) 

BILL OF SALE 

Cotton, sale of, 13-305 

Execution of, fees of sheriff, 27-401 (19) 

local provisions, 27-403 to 27-412 
Foreclosure, rural policemen not to receive 

fees for, 53-351 
Security, giving as. Chattel Mortgages 
(this index) 

BILLS 

General Assembly (this index) 
Invoices (this index) 



BILLS AND NOTES 

Checks and Drafts (this index) 
Negotiable Instruments (this index) 



BILLS OF ATTAINDER 
Attainder (this index) 

BILLS OF CREDIT 

Corporations may not issue, 12-9 
Issuance, when prohibited, 12-9 
States not to emit, US Const, Art 1, § 10, 
ell 

BILLS OF EXCHANGE 
Negotiable Instruments (this index) 

BILLS OF LADING 

Generally, 58-1701 to 58-1777 

Acceptance of bill as assent to terms, 58- 

1719 
Accident. Mistake, infra 
Administrators, application of common law 

rules respecting, 58-1705 
Adverse claims — 

excuse for non-deliverv, adverse title as, 

58-1740 
information of claim, possessed by car- 
rier, 58-1738, 58-1739 
interpleader of claimants, 58-1738, 58- 

1739 
time permitted carrier to determine, 58- 
1738, 58-1739 
Agency, application of common law rules 

of, 58-1705 
Alteration, 58-1720 
Antecedent debt as constituting value, 58- 

1701 
Arrival of goods, inserting name of person 

to be notified of, 58-1718 
Assignment of claims secured by liability 

of assignor, 58-1758 
Attachment- 
negotiable bill, levy upon goods covered 

by, 58-1743 
notice of transfer of bill, levy before, 58- 

1756 
reaching negotiable bill, 58-1744 
Attorney's fees consequent upon loss or 

destruction of bill, 58-1736 
Bankruptcy, application of general prin- 
ciples of, 58-1705 
Binding, where no objection raised, 58-1719 
Blank indorsement, 58-1752 

delivery of goods under. 58-1732 
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BILLS OF LADING— Cont'd 

Bona fide purchasers — 

delivery of goods, bill purchased after, 

5S-1734 
exclusiveness of rights and remedies, 58- 

1766 
honor of draft, rights in absence of, 58- 

1763 
negotiable document of title, purchaser 

of. 58-1743 
negotiation of document as impaired by 

fraud, mistake, or duress, 58-1761 
notice of breach of duty, fraud, etc., pur- 
chase without, 58-1759 
person in possession of negotiable bill, 

purchase from. 58-1762 
vendor's lien, negotiation as defeating, 
58-1765 
Bond required upon loss or destruction of 

instrument, 58-1736 
Burden of proof or excuse for failure to de- 
liver goods upon consignee's demand, 
58-1731 
Cancellation — 

delivery of goods, cancellation of bill 

upon, 58-1734 
partial delivery, cancellation upon, 58- 
1735 
Care of goods, prohibition of condition less- 
ening degree of, 58-1713 
Carriers — 

application of chapter to bills of lading 
issued by any common carrier, 58- 
1704 
attachment or levy on goods in posses- 
sion of, 58-1743 
condition impairing obligation to exer- 
cise care, 58-1713 
criminal offenses in issuance of bills. 

Criminal offenses, infra 
Delivery of goods, infra 
duplicate bills, liability in issuing, 58- 

1716 
Liens, infra 
negotiation of bill as transferring rights 

against carrier, 58-1755 
obligations of carrier under bill, 58-1731 
omission of essential terms, liability for 

damage caused by, 58-1711, 58-1712 
rights of carrier under bill, 58-1731 
sets, liability where negotiable bills is- 
sued in, 58-1715 
Through bills of lading, infra 
title in self, right of carrier to assert, 

58-1737 
transferee of bill, obligations to, 58-1755, 
58-1756 
non-negotiable bill, 58-1756 
Chattel mortgage. Mortgage, infra 
Coercion — - 

common law principles, application of, 
5S-1705 



BILLS OF LADING— Cont'd 
Coercion — Cont'd 

negotiation of bill as impaired by, 58- 
1761 
Common law rules, application of, 58-1705 
Connecting carriers — 

discrimination by connecting rail car- 
riers, 58-1158, 58-1160 
liability for nondelivery by, 58-1741, 58- 
1742 
Consent to terms by accepting bill, 58-1719 
Consignee — - 

Delivery of goods, infra 
demand for goods by, 58-1731 
Draft, infra 

form of bill as indicating rights of, 58- 
1763 
Consignor — 

assent to terms of bills by acceptance 

thereof, 58-1719 
definition, 58-1701 
name of, 58-1711, 58-1712 
Construction of statutes, 58-1701 

uniformity, giving effect to purpose of, 
58-1706 
Conversion, negotiation of bill as impaired 

by, 58-1761 
Corn, milling-in-transit rules, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 758 [Rule 51] 
Corporation, person as including, 58-1701 
Cost consequent upon loss or destruction, 

5S-1 736 
Counterclaim, action as including, 58-1701 
Creditors — 

Attachment, supra 
Execution, infra 
Garnishment, infra 

remedy to reach negotiable document, 
23-1744 
Criminal offenses and penalties, 58-1771 to 
58-1777 
duplicate bills issued without marking, 

58-1773 
false statement, issuance of bill contain- 
ing, 58-1772 
fraud in issuance of bill, 58-1771 to 58- 

1773 
inducing carrier to issue bill before goods 

received, 58-1776 
issuance of bill for goods not received, 

58-1771 
mortgaged goods, negotiation of bill for, 

58-1774 
negotiation of bill when goods not in 

carrier's possession, 58-1775 
non-negotiable bill issued without mark- 
ing, 58-1777 
through bill of lading, railroad's failure 
to issue or recognize, 58-1155, 58- 
1156 

Date of issuance, 58-1711. 58-1712 
Definitions, 58-1702, 58-1703 



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BILLS OF LADING— Cont'd 

Delivery of bill. Negotiation and transfer, 

infra 
Delivery of goods — 

acknowledgment of, 58-1731 
Adverse claims, supra 
cancellation of bill upon delivery of 
goods, 58-1734 
partial delivery, cancellation upon, 58- 
1735 
carrier's liability for nondelivery, 58- 

1741, 58-1742 
destruction of bill, delivery after, 58-1736 
draft, honoring of, by consignee, 58-1763 
Duplicate bills, infra 

failure to take up negotiable bill, 58-1734 
guarantor of delivery, indorser as, 58- 

1759 
indorsed bill, delivery under, 58-1732 
information possessed by carrier as to 

right to receive, 58-13 
justification of carrier in making deliv- 
ery, 58-1732 
loss of bill, delivery after, 58-1736 
misdelivery, carrier's liability for, 58- 

1733 
notice of transfer of bill, necessity of, 58- 

1756 
obligation of carrier, 58-1731 
partial delivery, 58-1735 
perishable goods, sale of, as excusing 

nondelivery, 58-1746 
possession of negotiable bill, delivery to 

person in, 5S-1732 
requesting carrier not to deliver, 58-1733 
sale of goods as excusing non-delivery, 

58-1746 
stopping delivery, 58-1733 
third persons, right or title of, as excuse 

for nondelivery, 58-1740 
title, right of carrier to assert, 58-1737 
Demand for goods by consignee, 58-1731 
Demurrage, carrier's lien for, 58-1745 
Description of goods, 58-1711, 58-1712 _ 
falsifying with intent to defraud carrier, 

penalty, 58-1776 
limitation of carrier's liability, 58-1741, 

58-1742 
misdescription, carrier's liability, 58-1741, 
58-1742 
Destination, statement of, as required, 58- 

1711, 58-1712 
Destroyed bills, 58-1736 
Draft- 
acceptance without payment, 58-1764 
form of bill as indicating rights, 58-1763 
honoring draft to obtain bill, 58-1763 
payment of draft before acquisition of 

rights in bill, 58-1764 
presentment for acceptance or payment, 

58-1764 
transmission of draft and bill directly to 
buyer, 58-1764 



BILLS OF LADING— Cont'd 

Drawing upon consignee. Draft, supra 
Duplicate bills, 58-1716 

carrier's liability in issuing, 58-1714 
criminal offense in issuing without mark- 
ing, 58-1773 
delivery on duplicate bill, 58-1716 
effect of, 58-1714 
Duress — 

common law principles, application of, 

58-1705 
negotiation of bill as impaired by, 58- 
1761 
Emblems of title, bills as, 58-1763 
Endorsement. Indorsement, infra 
Equitable principles, application of, 58-1705 
Erasure in, 58-1720 
Essential terms, 58-1711, 58-1712 
Evidence, bill of lading or copy as, 26-8 
Execution — ■ 

negotiable bill, levy upon goods covered 

by, 58-1743 
notice of transfer of bill, levy before, 58- 

1756 
reaching negotiable bill by levy, 58-1744 
Executors, application of common law rules 

respecting, 58-1705 
False statement, issuance of bill containing, 

58-1772 
Fines. Criminal offenses and penalties, su- 
pra 
Fitness of goods for particular purpose, im- 
plied warranty of, by indorser or trans- 
feror, 58-1758 
Form of bill, 58-1711, 58-1712 

rights of buyer and seller as indicated by, 
58-1763 
Fraud — 

common law rules, application of, 58- 

1705 
Criminal offenses, supra 
defense of, 58-1761 

in procuring issuance of bill, 58-1776 

negotiation as impaired by, 58-1761 

Fraudulent issuance of, penalty, 58-1771, 58- 

1772 
Garnishment — 

negotiable bill, levy upon goods covered 

by, 58-1743 
notice of transfer of bill, levy before, 58- 
1756 
Good faith defined, 58-1701 
Goods defined, 58-1701 
Guarantor, indorser as, 58-1759 
Hazardous goods, lawful sale of, as dis- 
charging carrier's obligation to deliver, 
58-1746 
Holder— 

Bona fide purchaser, supra 
definition, 58-1701 

obligation of carrier to holder of nego- 
tiable bill, 58-1731 



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Indorsement, S8-17S2 

blank indorsement. 58-1752 

delivery of goods under, 58-1732 
compelling indorsement of bill by trans- 
feror, 58-1757 
delivery of indorsed bill, 58-1751 
guarantor, indorser as, 58-1759 
implied warranties of indorser, 58-1758 
negotiation of bill by, 58-1752 
specific indorsement, 58-1752 
straight bill, effect of indorsement of, 58- 

1753 
transfer of negotiable bill without in- 
dorsement, 58-1757 
Injunction in aid of creditor's suit to reach 

negotiable document, 58-1744 
Interpleader of adverse claimants, 58-1738, 

58-1739 
Interpretation. Construction of statutes, 

supra 
Issuance of, 58-1704 

Duplicate bills, supra 

prohibition against issuance in sets, 58- 

1715 
sets, issuance in, 58-1715 
Law merchant, application of, 58-1705 
Levy — 

Attachment, supra 
Execution, supra 
Garnishment, supra 
Liability restrictions, prohibition against, 

58-1713 
Liens — 

delivery conditioned upon satisfaction of 

carrier's lien, 58-1731 
demurrage, carrier's lien for, 58-1745 
exclusive of rights under lien, provisions 

as, 58-1766 
freight and other transportation charges, 

carrier's lien for, 58-1745 
optional rights of lienor, 58-1766 
Mortgage, infra 

sale in enforcement of carrier's lien, ef- 
fect of, 58-1746 
statement of charges in negotiable bill, 
carrier's lien dependent upon, 58- 
1745 
stoppage in transitu, right of, as de- 
feated by negotiation of bill, 58-1765 
vendor's lien as defeated by negotiation 
of bill, 58-1765 

Load and count, of shipper, 58-1741, 1742 
Lost bills, 58-1736 
Marking — 

delivery of part of goods, marking upon, 

58-1735 
duplicate bills, 58-1716 

criminal offense in issuing unmarked 
duplicates, 58-1773 
non-negotiable bill, 58-1717 

criminal offense in issuing without 
marking, 58-1777 



BILLS OF LADING— Cont'd 

Misdelivery, carrier's liability for, 58-1733 
Mistake — 

common law principles, application of, 
58-1705 

negotiation as impaired by, 58-1761 
Mortgage — 

criminal offense in negotiating bill for 
mortgaged goods, 58-1774 

exclusive of rights under mortgage, pro- 
visions as, 58-1766 

negotiation of bill by mortgagee in pos- 
session, 58-1762 

optional rights and remedies of mort- 
gagee, 58-1766 

owner as including mortgagee, 58-1701 

warranty as implied from accepting pay- 
ment of debt secured by bill, 58-1760 
Names designated in, 58-1711, 58-1712 

person to be notified, insertion of name 
of. 58-1718 
Negotiable bills — 

defenses not good as against holders in 
due course, 58-1761 

definition, 58-1703 

delivery to person or to order, designa- 
tion of, 5S-1711, 58-1712 

essential terms, 58-1711, 58-1712 

holder's rights as superior to seller's 
lien, 58-1765 

name of person to be notified, insertion 
of. 5S-1718 

negotiation and transfer, infra 

retention of bill after selling, mortgag- 
ing, or pledging of goods, 58-1762 
Negotiation and transfer, 58-1751 to 58-1766 

accident as impairing, 58-1761 

compelling indorsement of bill after 
transfer, 58-1757 

conversion as impairing, 58-1761 

Criminal offenses and penalties, supra 

defrauding mortgagees or lien holders, 
penalty, 58-1774 

delivery of bill, 58-1751 

Delivery of goods, supra 

duress as impairing, 58-1761 

fraud as impairing, 58-1761 

fraudulent negotiation or transfer, pen- 
alty, 58-1776 

Indorsement, supra 

mistake as impairing, 5S-1761 

negotiable bill, 58-1751 

rights of person to whom bill deliv- 
ered or transferred, 58-1756 
with agreement to transfer title, 
58-1753 

persons who may negotiate a bill, 58-1754 

rights of person to whom bill negotiated, 
58-1755 

sight draft. Draft, supra 

stoppage in transitu, right of, as defeated 
by negotiation, 58-1765 

Straight bill, infra 



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Negotiation and transfer — ContM 
subsequent negotiation, 58-1762 
title to goods as transferred by nego- 
tiation, 58-1755 
title to goods transferred by negotia- 
tion — 

straight bill, 58-1756 
transfer of bill without negotiation, 
58-1756 
unpaid seller's rights as defeated by, 

58-1765 
vendor's lien as defeated by, 58-1765 
warranties on sale of bill, 58-1758 
who may negotiate a bill, 58-1754 
Non-agency railroad station, issuance of 
shipment from, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
757 [Rule 48] . 

Non-negotiable bills. Straight bills, infra 
Nonreceipt of goods, when carrier liable 
notwithstanding, 58-1741, 58-1742 

Notice — . , 

name of person to be notified of arrival, 

insertion of, 58-1718 
transferee of non-negotiable bill notify- 
ing carrier, 58-1756 
Oil tank car shipments, showing rates, 

Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 757 [Rule 47] 
Optional terms and conditions, 58-1713 
Order bills. Negotiable bills, supra 
Order defined, 58-1701 
Part of goods, cancelling or marking bill 

upon delivery of, 58-1735 
Partnership, person as including, 58-1701 
Passing of title to goods, bill as controlling, 

58-1763 
Penalties. Criminal offenses and penalties, 

supra 
Perishable goods, sale of, 58-1746 
Places to be named in, 58-1711, 58-1712 

Pledge — 

negotiation of bill by pledgor in posses- 
sion, 58-1762 
owner as including pledgee, 58-1701 
warranty as implied from accepting pay- 
ment of debt secured by bill, 58-1760 
Printed or written terms, 58-1711, 58-1712 
"Prompt shipment required", effect of in- 
sertion of, 58-561 
Purchase defined, 58-1701 
Purchaser — 

Bona fide purchasers, supra 
definition, 58-1701 
Holder, supra 
Railroads. Carriers, supra 
Receipt for property delivered for trans- 
portation. Straight bill, infra 
Retention of possession by seller, form of 
bill as indicating rights as to, 58-1763 

bill, transfer of. Negotiation and trans- 
fer, supra 
Bona fide purchasers, supra 



BILLS OF LADING— Cont'd 

Sales — Cont'd 

carrier's lien, sale in enforcement of, 

58-1746 
form of bill as indicating rights of buyer 

and seller, 58-1763 
lien of vendor as defeated by negotia- 
tion of bill, 58-1765 
perishable or hazardous goods, effect of 

sale of, 58-1746 
Purchaser, supra 
unpaid seller's rights, as_defeated by 

negotiation of bill, 58-1765 
warranty — 

accepting pavment of debt secured by 

bill, 58-1760 
on sale of document, 58-1758 
Set-off or counterclaim action as including, 
58-1701 

Sets- 
issuance in, 58-1715 

prohibition against issuance in, 58-1715 
Shipper's load and count, 58-1741, 58-1742 
Sight draft. Draft, supra_ 
Signature of carrier, 58-1711, 58-1712 
Specific performance of indorsement by 

transferor, 58-1757 
Stoppage in transit, negotiation of bill as 
defeating right of, 58-1765 

Straight bills- 
definition, 58-1702 
indorsement of straight bill, effect of, 58- 

1753 
justification of carrier in delivery under, 

58-1732 
marking, 58-1717 . 

criminal offense in issuing bill with- 
out marking, 58-1777 
order bill, effect of nonnegotiable provi- 
sion in, 58-1703 
transfer of bill, effect of, 58-1756 

Surrender of bill — 

delivery of goods, surrender upon, 58- 

1731 
unpaid seller, necessity of surrender 
by, 58-1765 
Terms of bill, 58-1711, 58-1712 
optional terms, 5S-1713 

Through bills of lading- 
discrimination as between connecting 
railroads prohibited, 58-1158, 58-1160 
railroads to issue and recognize, when, 
58-1153 
penalty for violation, 58-1155, 58-1156 

Title to property- 
Adverse claims, supra 
carrier as entitled to assert title in self, 

58-1737 
emblems of title, bills as, 58-1763 
form of bill as indicating rights of buyer 

and seller, 58-17n3 
Negotiation and transfer, supra 



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BILLS OF LADING— Cont'd 

Transfer. Negotiation and transfer, supra 
Trustee process. Garnishment, supra 
Trust principles, application of, 58-1705 
Uniform Act, 58-1701 to 58-1777 

interpretation to give effect to purpose of 
uniformity. 58-1706 
Value defined, 58-1701 
Warranty — ■ 

accepting payment of debt secured by 

bill, 58-1760 
on sale of document, 58-1758 
Wheat, milling-in-transit rules, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 758 [Rule 51] 
Written or printed terms, 58-1711, 58-1712 



BIND WEED 

Noxious weed, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 458 
[Reg. 2] 



BIRDS 

See also Fish and Game 

Beach birds, hunter's right to take out of 

state, 28-381 
Blackbirds as domestic game birds, 28-4 
Bodies of nongame birds, sale or possession 

for sale prohibited, 28-402 
Buzzards as destructive birds, 28-4 
Carrier Pigeons (this index) 
Catching of nongame birds, restrictions on, 

28-401 
Certificates of permission to collect birds' 
nests or eggs for scientific purposes, 
28-406 
Clapper rails, open season, 28-331 
Classification as game, nongame, and de- 
structive, 28-4 
Cooper's hawks as destructive birds, 28-4 
Crows (this index) 
Domestic game birds — 
classification as, 28-4 
open season — 

Colleton County, 28-344 
Horry County, 28-347 
shipment within State, restrictions on, 
28-382 
Doves (this index) 

Duck hawks as destructive birds, 28-4 
Ducks, Wild (this index) 
Eagles — 

bald, taking or killing prohibited, 28-401, 

28-461 
destructive birds, 28-4 w 
Eggs, destruction or possession restricted, 

28-403 
Game bird breeders, 28-523 
Game birds, 28-4 
Geese, Wild (this index) 
Grouse, Ruffed (this index) 



BIRDS— Cont'd 

Hawks as destructive birds, 28-4 *C 
Householder, keeping by, when permissible, 

28-405 
Importation, regulations governing, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 494 [Reg. 1] 
Jaybirds as destructive birds, 28-4 
Killing of nongame birds, restrictions on, 

28-401 
Loggerheads as destructive birds, 28-4 
Marsh Hens (this index) 
Migratory, treaty regulations, penalty for 

violation, 28-301 
Mocking birds, killing of, penalized, 28-451 
Nests — 

destruction of, as punishable, 28-303 
destruction or possession restricted, 28- 
403 
Nongame birds, 2S-4 
Official State bird, 28-2 
Owls, great horned, as destructive birds, 28- 

4 

Partridges (this index) 

Penalty for violation of provisions relative 
to wild nongame birds, 28-407 

Pheasants (this index) 

Pigeons, carrier, shooting, killing or maim- 
ing penalized, 28-463, 28-464 

Plumage of nongame birds, sale or posses- 
sion for sale prohibited, 28-402 

Possession of wild nongame birds, restric- 
tions on, 28-401 

Property of State, when, 28-3 

Purchase from game funds in York Count}', 

28-525 _ 

Quail (this index) 
Scientific purposes, taking of birds' nests or 

eggs for, permissible, 28-405, 28-406 
Sharpshinned hawks as destructive birds, 

28-4 
Skin of nongame birds, sale or possession 

for sale prohibited, 28-402 

Sparrows, English, as destructive birds, 28- 
4 

Transportation of wild nongame birds, re- 
strictions on, 28-404 
Turkeys, Wild (this index) 
Wild nongame birds, 28-401 to 28-407 
Willets, buying or selling of, penalized, 28- 

467 
Woodcock (this index) 
Wren, Carolina — 

killing of, penalized, 28-451 

official State bird, 28-2 

BIRTH 

Hospital or clinic records as proof of date 

of, 32-1145 (6) 
Vital Statistics (this index) 



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BIRTH CERTIFICATES 
Vital Statistics (this index) 



BLANKS 
Negotiable Instruments (this index) 



BISHOPVILLE 

Bonded indebtedness, permissible amount, 

SC Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 228] 
Cotton Weighers and Weighing (this index) 
School District No. 1, constitutional limita- 
tions as to bonded indebtedness, inap- 
plicable, SC Const, Art 10, § S [Vol. 7, 
p. 283] 
Street improvements — - 

assessment of abutting property for, 47- 

1358 
bonds for, permissible amount, SC Const, 
Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 228] 
Taxes — 

limits as to annual tax on property, 47- 

244 
penalty for nonpayment, 47-255 

BLACK BASS 
Bass (this index) 

BLACKBERRIES 

Standard bushel, 66-157 

BLACKBIRDS 

Game birds, 28-4 

BLACK MUSTARD 

Agricultural seed, presence in as affecting 
saleability, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 457 
[Reg. 2] 

BLACKOUTS 

Air raid precautions. Civil Defense (this in- 
dex) 

BLACK RIVER FERRY 

Generally, 33-733 



BLASTING CAPS 

Motor carriers, vehicles carrying explosives 
not to carry blasting caps, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 810 [Rule 90] 



BLEACHING 

Lien for, 45-555, 45-556 

BLEACHING POWDER 

Dangerous substance as including, 32-1801 
(8) 

BLENHEIM, TOWN OF 
Annual tax on property, limit as to, 47-171 

BLIND PERSONS 

Aid to. Public Welfare (this index) 

Employment by public institutions, 1-29 

General Assembly may provide school for, 
SC Const, Art 11, §8 

Handiwork of, to be purchased for State 
irfstitutions, 1-28 

Infants, prevention of blindness, 32-555 

Jurors, drawing of, 38-65 

Sales stands in government buildings and 
state-aided institutions, 1-33, 1-34 

South Carolina Institution for the Educa- 
tion of the Deaf and Dumb and Blind 
(this index) 

BLINDS 

Pool and billiard rooms, prohibited in, 5-511 

BLOOD 

Brucellosis tests, samples for. 6-453 
Corruption of, conviction not to effect, SC 
Const, Art 1, § 8 



BLACKSBURG, TOWN OF 

Offices, special provision for, 47-312 
Peace officers, official bonds, 53-855 
Tax information to be available to, 65-3428 
Wards, division into, 47-1531 



BLANK INDORSEMENT 

Bills of lading, 58-1752 

delivery of goods under, 58-1732 
Negotiable Instruments (this index) 



BLOODHOUNDS 
Police may use, for tracking fugitives, 53-9 

BLUE CRABS 

Regulation of taking, 28-873 

BLUE GRASS SEED 

Standard bushel, 66-157 



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BLUE PRINTS 
Registration and Recordation (this index) 

BLUE SKY LAW 
Securities Act (this index) 

BLUEFISH 

For statutory provisions generally applicable 
to game fish, but not specifically designat- 
ing this species, see Fish and Game 

Size, minimum, 28-7SS 

BLUE WEED 

Noxious weed, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 458 
[Reg. 2] 

BLUFFTON, TOWN OF 

Council, term of, 47-112 
Mayor, term of, 47-112 

BOARDING HOUSES 

Hotels, Boarding Houses and Restaurants 
(this index) 

BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS 

See also topics for particular counties 

Abbeville Airport Commission, 2-211 to 2- 
213 

Aeronautics Commission. Aeronautics (this 
index) 

Agricultural Marketing Commission (this 
index) 

Agriculture, commissioner of. Agriculture 
(this index) 

Anderson Airport Commission, 2-221 to 2- 
226 

Appraisal commission. Drainage Districts 
(this index) 

Architectural Examiners, State Board of. 
Architects (this index) 

Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commis- 
sion (this index) 

Atomic Energy Commission (this index) 

Attorneys, State Board of Law Examiners. 
Attorneys at Law (this index) 

Bank Control Board (this index) 

Barbers and Barbering (this index) 

Boxing commissions, see under name of 
particular county 

Budget and Control Board (this index) 

Budget Commission subject to provisions 
as to reorganization of State govern- 
ment, 9-211 



BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS— Cont'd 

Building Council of South Carolina abol- 
ished; duties conferred upon Research, 
Planning, and Development Board, 9- 
310 

Canvassers of Elections, State Board of. 
Elections (this index) 

Capital Airport, board of commissioners of, 
2-201 to 2-205 

Catawba-Ebenezer Airport Commission, 2- 
471 to 2-478 

Catawba-Wateree Fish and Game Com- 
mission (this index) 

Cemetery commissions. Cemeteries (this 
index) 

Certified Public Accountants (this index) 

Charleston Harbor (this index) 

Charleston Municipal Stadium Commission 
(this index) 

Chester Airport Commission, 2-261 to 2-270 

Children's courts, advisory boards. Chil- 
dren's Courts (this index) 

Chiropodists (this index) 

Chiropractors (this index) 

Citadel, board of visitors. Citadel (this in- 
dex) 

Columbia Marketing Commission (this in- 
dex) 

Contractors (this index) 

Cooper River Park and Playground Com- 
mission (this index) 

Cosmetologists (this index) 

Crop Pest Commission (this index) 

Dead Bodies (this index) 

Dentists and Dental Technicians (this in- 
dex) 

Drainage commissioners, board of. Drain- 
age (this index) 

Education, county boards of. Schools 
(this index) 

Education, State Board of. Schools (this 
index) 

Educational Finance Commission (this in- 
dex) 

Elections — 

commissioners of. Elections (this in- 
dex) 
county canvassers, boards of. Elections 
(this index) 

Embalmers (this index) 

Employment Security Commission (this in- 
dex) 

Engineers and Land Surveyors ("this index) 

Fairfield County Aeronautics Commission, 
2-301 to 2-304 

Fisheries, State Board of. Fisheries Board 
(this index) 

Florence City-County Agricultural Commis- 
sion (this index) 

Forestry Commission. Forestry (this in- 
dex) 



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BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS— Cont'd 

Forfeited land commission. Counties (this 

index) 
Gaffney-Cherokee County Airport Com- 

mi ssion, 2-251 to 2-254 
Game and Fish Commission (this index) 
Gifts, power to accept. Gifts (this index) 
Greenville County Children's Court, Ad- 
visory Board, 15-1303 
Greenville County Marketing Commission 

(this index) 
Greenwood Airport Commission, 2-321 to 

2-328 
Greenwood Highway Commission, 33-16S1 

to 33-1694 
Health, hoards of. Boards of Health (this 

index) 
Health and drainage commissioners, for 

various counties, 18-71 
Highway Commission (this index) 
Historical Commission (this index) 
Horrv County Airport Board, 2-331 to 2- 

335 
Housing and Redevelopment (this index) 
Industrial Commission (this index) 
Industrial Schools (this index) 
Insurance Department and Commissioner 

(this index) 
Interstate Cooperation Commission (this 

index) 
Jasper County Aeronautics Commission, 2- 

351 to 2-354 

Jasper County Marketing Board (this in- 
dex) 

Kershaw Airport Commission, 2-371, 2-372 
Labor Commissioner. Labor (this index) 
Law Examiners, State Board of. Attorneys 
at Law (this index) 

Lee County Park Commission. Lee County 

(this index) 
Legislative Council (this index) 
Marlboro County Airport Board, 2-391 to 

2-394 

McCormick Airport Commission, 2-401 to 
2-403 

Medical College of the State of South Car- 
olina (this index) 

Medical Examiners, State Board of. Phy- 
sicians and Surgeons (this index) 

Military Board (this index) 

Myrtle Beach Airport Commission, 2-341 
to 2-343 

Natural Resources Commission abolished; 
duties conferred upon Research, Plan- 
ning, and Development Board, 9-310 

Naturopathy (this index) 

Newberry Airport Commission, 2-411 to 2- 
414 

Newberry County Agricultural Board. 

Newberry County (this index) 
Nurses (this index) 



BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS— Cont'd 

Optometry Board of Examiners. Optometry 
(this index ) 

Orangeburg Aiken Hydro-Electric Com- 
mission (this index) 

Osteopathic Examiners, State Board of. 
Osteopaths (this index) 

Paving District Commissions. Highways 
(this index) 

Pharmacists (this index) 

Physicians and Surgeons (this index) 

Pilots ("tli is index) 

Planning, and Planning Boards and Com- 
missions (this index) 

Police and Insurance Annuity Fund (this 
index) 

Plumbers and Plumbing (this index) 

Public Accountants, Board of Examiners of. 
Certified Public Accountants (this in- 
dex) 

Public officers, status of members as, 50-1 

Public Service Commission (this index) 

Public Welfare Board (this index) 

Referees, Board of. Drains and Drainage 
(this index) 

Registration boards. Elections (this index) 

Reorganization of State Government (this 
index) 

Research, Planning, and Development (this 
index) 

Saluda County Airport Commission, 2-441 
to 2-444 

Savannah River Navigation Commission 
(this index) 

School book commission. Schools (this 
index) 

Soil Conservation Adjustment Boards. Soil 
Conservation (this index) 

South Carolina Board for Promotion for 
External Trade abolished; duties con- 
ferred upon Research, Planning, and 
Development Board, 9-310 

South Carolina Commerce Development 
Board abolished; duties conferred upon 
Research, Planning, and Development 
Board, 9-310 

South Carolina Institution for the Educa- 
tion of the Deaf and Dumb and Blind 
(this index) 

South Carolina Inter-Coastal Waterway 
Commission abolished; duties conferred 
upon Research, Planning, and Devel- 
opment Board, 9-310 

Spartanburg County Children's Court, Ad- 
visory Board, 15-1333 

State Board of Housing abolished; duties 
conferred upon Research, Planning, and 
Development Board, 9-310 

State Board of Law Examiners. Attorneys 
at Law (this index) 

State Budget and Control Board (this in- 
dex) 



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BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS— Cont'd 

State Planning Board abolished; duties con- 
ferred upon Research, Planning, and 
Development Board, 9-310 

Tax Board of Review (this index) 

Tax Commission (this index) 

Textbook commission. Schools (this in- 
dex) 

Tourist Camp County Board, 35-301 

Trade, local boards of, authorized, 11-63 

Trustees of Clemson Agricultural College 
of South Carolina. Clemson Agricul- 
tural College of South Carolina (this 
index) 

Trustees of Colored Normal, Industrial, Ag- 
ricultural and Mechanical College of 
South Carolina. Colored Normal, In- 
dustrial, Agricultural and Mechanical 
College of South Carolina (this index) 

Trustees of John De La Howe School. John 
De La Howe School (this index) 

Trustees of the University of South Car- 
olina. University of South Carolina 
(this index) 

Trustees of Winthrop College. Winthrop 
College (this index) 

Uniformity of Legislation, Board of Com- 
missioners for the Promotion of, 9-401 
to 9-403 

Veterinarians (this index) 

Viewers, Board of. Drainage Districts 
under 1911 Act (this index) 

Visitors at The Citadel. Citadel (this in- 
dex) 

Voting Machine Commissioners, State 
Board of. Elections (this index) 

Walterboro-Colleton County airport com- 
mission, 2-281 to 2-291 

Water Pollution Control Authority (this in- 
dex) 

Whitmire Airport Commission, 2-431 to 2- 
434 

Wild Life Resources Commission (this in- 
dex) 

Williamsburg County Aeronautics Commis- 
sion, 2-451 to 2-459 

Workmen's compensation. Industrial Com- 
mission (this index) 

York Township Library Board, 42-671 to 
42-673 



BOARDS OF EDUCATION 

Business Schools (this index) 

County boards of education. Schools ("this 
index) 

State Board of Education. Schools (this in- 
dex) 



BOARDS OF HEALTH 

General Assembly's duty as to, SC Const, 

Art 8. § 10 
Municipal Health Boards (this index) 
State Board of Health — - 

generally, 32-1 to 32-17 
Animal Diseases (this index) 
annual report to General Assembly, 32-4 
barbiturates, enforcement of laws as to, 

32-1502 
bedding, powers and duties as to. Bed- 
ding (this index) 
boats of, placing on ways, 32-13 
cancer, power and duties as to, 32-611, 

32-619 to 32-621 
civil defense, special emergency health 
and sanitation areas, 44-441 to 44- 
446 
claims for services of injured Highway 
Department employee, examination 
of, 33-59, 33-61 
composition, 32-1 

deaths reported to, to be reported to 
county registration boards, 23-93 to 
23-95 
duties, generally, 32-2 
educational exhibits at county fairs, 14- 

651 to 14-653 
executive committee, 32-5 
annual report, 32-16 
chairman, 32-6 

Charleston Board of Harbor Com- 
missioners, membership on, 54- 
121 
ordinances not to conflict with rules 

of board, 32-14 
sterilization of certain persons, pow- 
ers as to, 32-671 to 32-6S0 
vital statistics, duties as to, 32-1101 
expenses and expenditures, 32-15 
food and drugs, powers and duties as to, 

32-1451, 32-1452, 32-1525 
health districts, establishment of, 32-7 
hospital construction, division of, 32-765 
hospitals, powers and duties as to, gen- 
erally. Hospitals (this index) 
hotels, etc., inspection of, 35-136 
importation of milk and milk products. 
Milk and Milk Products (this index) 
local health boards, supervision of| 32-12 
Major Conservatory of Music diploma 
entitles holder to be accredited by, 
22-13 
manufacturing employees' houses sew- 
erage systems for, 32-1243 
Marriage (this index) 
marriage licenses and certificates — 
certified copies of, 20-29 
filing and indexing, 20-29 
narcotics, enforcement duties under uni- 
form act, 32-14S8 
navigation companies, powers as to, 32-3, 
32-8(1) 



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BOARDS OF HEALTH— Cont'd 

State Board of Health— Cont'd 

Pawley's Island (this index) 

privies, powers and duties as to, gener- 
ally. Privies (this index) 

public health rules — 

penalties for violations, 32-17 
promulgation and enforcement of, 
32-8, 32-10 

public works districts not to affect, 59- 
625 

Rabies Control (this index) 

railroads, powers as to, 32-3, 32-8(1) 

Revenue Bond Act for utilities not to af- 
fect, 59-398 

scholarships, medical college, designation 
of rural communities or State insti- 
tutions for the location of benefi- 
ciaries of, 22-359, 22-360 

secretary and executive officer, State 
Health Officer as, 32-35, 32-36 

Sewers and Septic Tanks (this index) 

shellfish, method of shipping and storing 
to be supervised by, 28-773 

South Carolina Convalescent Home for 
Crippled Children, 32-881 to 32-884 

sub-boards of health, 32-7 

vaccinations for smallpox, powers and 
duties, generally. Vaccination (this 
index) 

venereal diseases, powers and duties, 
generally. Venereal Diseases (this 
index) 

veterinarian, employment of, 6-123 

Vital Statistics (this index) 

Water Pollution Control Authority, ap- 
pointment of members to, 70-104 

water supply — 

hotels and restaurants, anaylsis of, 

35-123 
powers and duties as to testing and 
inspection of, 32-1201 to 32-1203 



BOARDS OF TRADE 

Income tax, exemption from, 65-226 
Local boards authorized, 11-63 



BOATS 

Vessels and Shipping (this index) 

BODY ATTACHMENT 
Civil Arrest (this index) 

BODY EXECUTION 
Execution (this index) 



BOGANVILLE, TOWNSHIP OF 

Bonded indebtedness, permissible amount, 

SC Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, pp. 229, 

230] 
Highway improvement bonds, permissible 

amount, SC Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, 

pp. 229, 230] 



BOILER INSURANCE 

Workmen's Compensation Act insurance re- 
quirements not applicable to, 72-426 



BOILERS 

Woodwork near boilers, protection of, 47- 
1245 



BOLL WEEVIL 

Crop Pest Commission (this index) 
Poisons for — 

compliance with Crop Pest Commission 
specifications, 3-162, 3-169 

requirement as to, 3-161, 3-169 



BONA FIDE PURCHASERS 

Bills of Lading (this index) 

Judicial sales, res judicata as to innocent 
purchasers for value, 10-1790 

Marriage contracts, deeds, and settlements, 
requirements for validity against pur- 
chasers, 20-205 

Negotiable Instruments (this index) 



BONDS 

See also Counties and topics 
for particular counties 

Administrators. Executors and Adminis- 
trators (this index') 
Adoption of orphans through children's 

courts, 15-1382 
Agricultural Marketing Commission (this 

index) 
Aiken, City of (this index) 
Airports, raising purchase price or award 

for property acquired for, 2-117 
Alcohol — 

druggist selling, at retail, 4-302 
ethyl or methyl alcohol, person manu- 
facturing, 4-322 
soft drink manufacturer importing, 4- 
331 
Alcoholic beverage licensee, 4-43 to 4-47 
Amusement places, bonds required of op- 
erator of, 65-811 
Animals seized while trespassing, bond of 
owner, 6-318 



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BONDS— Cont'd 

Appeal, bond on. Appeals (this index) 
Arbitration cases, 10-1901 
Assignment for benefit of creditors — 

premium for bond as allowable expense, 

67-64 
surety company bond permissible, but 
not requirable, 67-64 
Attachment bonds. Attachment (this in- 
dex) 
Bail and Recognizance (this index) 
Banks (this index) 
Bastards (this index) 
Beneficiary cadets of The Citadel to file, 

22-312 
Borrowing for minors and incompetents, 

bond for, 10-2566, 10-2567 
Canal Companies (this index) 
Charitable, social, and religious corpora- 
tions, 12-758 
Charleston, City of (this index) 
Circuit Court, bonds and undertakings in. 
Circuit Courts and Judges (this index) 
Citadel, bond for performance of matricula- 
tion agreement. Citadel (this index) 
Civil arrest, bond to obtain, 10-806 
Claim and delivery, in actions for. Claim 

and Delivery (this index) 
Clemson Agricultural College (this index) 

Clerks of Courts (this index) 

C.O.D. bonds of motor carriers, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 807 [Rule 60] 
Columbia Marketing Commission, 3-265, 

3-266 
Common pleas court, bonds and undertak- 
ings in. Circuit Courts and Judges 
(this index) 
Contractors' bonds — 

Highways and streets, infra 
joinder of action against principal and 
surety on, 10-702 
Coroners (this index) 

Corporate bonds. Corporations (this index) 
Cotton weighers, 13-102, 13-151 to 13-157, 

13-264 
County bonds. Counties (this index) 
County or municipal hospitals, clinics, or 
tuberculosis camps. Hospitals (this in- 
dex) 
Dead bodies, bond of school, physician, etc., 

receiving, 9-507 
Default judgment, bond for entry of, Cir 

Ct Rule 38 
Deserting seamen, bond for lodging in jail, 

54-357 
Drainage Districts (this index) 
Elections — 

applicability of general election law, 23-4 
municipal bonds, 47-835 to 47-842 

consent of electors required, SC 
Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 222] 
school bonds. Schools and School Dis- 
tricts (this index) 



BONDS— Cont'd 

Electric and interurban railroads, priority of 
certain judgments over security for 
bonds of, 58-744 
Electric Companies (this index) 
Employment Security Commission — 

persons delegated to sign checks for, 68- 

311 
persons handling moneys of, 68-60 
Escheated lands, bond of claimant, 57-204 
Executors and Administrators (this index) 
Farm loan bonds — 

inheritance tax exemption, 65-482 
insurance company may invest in, 65- 
149.1 
Federal Government, Instrumentalities, and 

Laws (this index) 
Federal Housing Administration, invest- 
ments in mortgages or securities in- 
sured or issued by, 36-602, 36-603 
Fees for taking and filing, in judicial pro- 
ceedings, 27-53 (16, 20) 
local provisions, 27-68 to 27-101 
Fiduciaries, bonds as legal investments for. 

Fiduciaries (this index) 
Gas companies, bond to put suspended rate 

schedule in effect, 5S-115 
General sessions court, bonds and under- 
takings in. Circuit Courts and Judges 
(this index) 
Good behavior bonds, by gamblers, 16-510, 

16-511 
Greenville County Marketing Commission, 

3-291 to 3-294 
Guardian and Ward (this index) 
Heat companies, bond to put suspended 

rate schedule in effect, 58-115 
Highway bonds, 33-251 to 33-265 
amount, limitation on, 33-252 
authentication, 33-257 • 

Cherokee County townships, 33-1494 to 

33-1505 
conditions of issuance, 33-255 
contractors' bonds, 33-224 to 33-226 
amount, 33-224 

commissions to agents of surety com- 
pany, 33-226 
local agent to be preferred, 33-225 
surety companies, 33-225 
coupons, authentication, 33-257 
denomination, 33-260 
Dorchester County townships, 33-1583 to 

33-1587 
execution, 33-257 
Fairfield County townships, 33-1623 to 

33-1627 
interest rate, 33-260 

Fairfield County, township highway 
bonds, 33-1626 
legal investments for fiduciaries, 33-263 
maturities, 33-260 

Cherokee County, road improvement 
bonds, 33-1502 



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BONDS— Cont'd 

Highway bonds — Cont'd 

municipal bonds. See index under 
name of particular county or muni- 
cipality 
negotiability, 33-259 
outstanding, validation of, 33-292 
Paving Bonds (this index) 
payment of — 

pledge of State's credit for, 32-256 
time, place, and medium of, 33-258 
request for issuance, contents of, 33-254 
redemption, 33-260 
registration, 33-259 
sale, 33-262 

Cherokee County, road improvement 

bonds, 33-1504 
Fairfield Countv township road 
bonds, 33-1625 
proceeds, use and disposition of, 33-253, 

33-264 
Sinking funds, infra 
taxation, exemption from, 33-261 
teacher's retirement funds may invest in 
bonds of state highway depart- 
ment — 
Columbia School District 1, 61-504 
Richland County School District 2B 
and 4 through 33, 61-525 
Home Owners' Loan Corporation bonds, 
Housing and Redevelopment (this in- 
dex) 
Housing bonds. Housing and Redevelop- 
ment (this index) 
Hunting Island (this index) 
Income tax, interest on public obligations 

as exempt from, 65-253 
Incompetent and Insane Persons (this in- 
dex) 
Inheritance tax, exemption of public bonds, 

65-482 
Injunction bonds. Injunction (this index) 
Insurance broker, bond required of, 37-203 
Insurance company, bond for payment of 

judgments against, 37-184 
Interest on. Interest (this index) 
Joinder of principal and surety on indemnity 

bonds, 10-702 
Judicial proceedings, bonds in, generally. 
Civil Remedies and Procedure (this in- 
dex) 
Justification of sureties, Cir Ct Rules 65, 66 
Livestock markets, operators of, 6-336 
Lyles Ford Tri-County Power Authority 

(this index) 
Magistrates and Magistrates' Courts (this 

index) 
Mortgage bonds. Mortgages (this index) 
Motor Carriers (this index) 
Municipal bonds, 47-831 to 47-839 

see also Public bonds, infra, and par- 
ticular appropriate lines in this 
topic 



BONDS— Cont'd 

Municipal bonds — Cont'd 
additional security, 47-851 
ad valorem tax for payment of, 47-850 
amount permissible, SC Const, Art 8, § 7 
[Vol. 7, p. 222]; Art 10, §5 [Vol. 
7, p. 276] 
ballots for elections as to issuance of, 

47-841 
bonds in cities and towns over 1,000, 47- 

241 
commissioners, definition of, 47-832 
Comptroller, reports to, 1-646, 1-647 
conditions requisite to creating debts in 

cities over 45,000, 47-802 
constitutional restrictions on issuance, 
SC Const, Art 10, § 7 [Vol. 7, pp. 
222-237]; Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 7, pp. 
276-297] 
corporate purposes, definition of, 37-832 
covenants — 

holder, enforcement by, 47-859 
permissible in pledge of utility reve- 
nues, 47-852 
debt limit, when excepted from — 

generally, SC Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 

7, p. 122] ; Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 7, p. 

276] 

particular municipalities, see index 

under name of city or towns 

declaration of result of elections as to 

issuance of, 47-842 
definitions, 47-832 
deposit of proceeds, 47-855 
diversion of funds, penalties for, 47-S60 
election as to issuance of, 47-835 to 47- 
842 
consent of electors required, SC 
Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 222] 
execution of, 47-849 
exemption from taxes, 47-S57 
extent of issue, authority as to, 47-834 
filing of election results as to issuance of, 

47-842 
firemen's pension funds may invest in, 
61-385 
50,000 to 70,000, in cities of, 61-426 
20,000 and 50,000, cities between, 
commission form of government, 
61-364 
form of ballots for elections as to issu- 
ance of, 47-841 
holder, rights of, 47-859 
interest, 47-848 

investments for fiduciaries, 47-856 
issuance of — 

action on petition for election, 47- 

authority as to, 47-834 

notice of filing of petition as to, 47- 

836 
one or more issue, 47-S43 



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BONDS— Cont'd 

Municipal bonds — Cont'd 
issuance of — Cont'd 

petition for election on, 48-835 
qualifications of voters for elections 

as to, 47-840 
single issue, 47-843 
time of election, 47-838 
when bonds issued, 47-843 
legal investments for fiduciaries, 47-856 
maturity of, 47-844 
minimum sale price, 47-854 
municipal council, definition of, 47-832 
municipality, definition of, 47-832 
negotiability, 47-846 
particular municipalities, see appropriate 

topics 
Paving Bonds (this index) 
payment of, 47-850 
place of, 47-847 

pledge of credit for, 47-850 to 48-852 
payment of taxes, use of bonds in, 47- 

858 
penalties for diversion and payment of 

funds, 47-860 
petition for election on issuance, 47-835 

to 47-837 
price of, at sale, 47-854 
proceeds, deposit and use of, 47-855 
public sale, 47-853 
public works districts. Municipal Public 

Works (this index) 
purpose of article, 47-833 
rate of interest, 47-848 
redemption, privilege of, 47-845 
refunding existing bonded indebtedness, 
SC Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 
222] 
registration, 47-846 

result of election of issuance of, 47-842 
sale of, 47-853, 47-854 
proceeds of, 47-855 
school bonds. Schools and School Dis- 
tricts (this index) 
sinking fund, duty to create, SC Const, 

Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 222] 
special fund, proceeds of sale deposited 

in, 47-855 
taxes — 

exemption from, 47-857 

holder may require levying of, 47- 

859 
payment of, use of bonds in, 47-858 
payment of bonds, 47-850 

teacher's retirement funds may invest 
in — 

Columbia School District 1, 61-504 
Richland County School Districts, 2B 
and 4 through 33, 61-525 
title of act, 47-831 

utility revenues, additional pledge of, 47- 
851 



BONDS— Cont'd 

Official bonds. Public Officers and Em- 
ployees (this index) 

Orangeburg-Aiken Hydro-Electric Commis- 
sion (this index) 

Paving Bonds (this index) 

Pawnbrokers (this index) 

Pilots (this index) 

Police insurance and annuity fund may 
invest in, 61-312 

Pool and billiard licenses, applicants for, 

5-506 to 5-508 
Probate Courts and Judges (this index) 
Public bonds, 1-641 to 1-671 

see also Municipal bonds, supra; 
State bonds, infra; and other ap- 
propriate lines in this topic 
Comptroller General's duties in respect 
to. Comptroller General (this in- 
dex) 
county bonds. Counties (this index) 
default of disbursing officer penalized, 

1-652 
elections, applicability of general elec- 
tion law, 23-4 
exemption from taxes, 65-1522 (35, 36, 
37) 
income tax, interest exempt from, 65- 

253 
inheritance tax, 65-482 
investment by fiduciaries in, 1-696 
notification — 

to disbursing officers of time, place 

and amount of payments, 1-651 
to taxing authorities of obligations to 
be met, 1-648 
particular political subdivisions, see ap- 
propriate topics 
penalty for failure to provide for pay- 
ment, 1-649 
record of proceedings for issuance, 1-644 
incontestability after twenty days 
from filing of, 1-645 
reports of obligations issued, 1-646, 1- 

647 
school bonds. Schools and School Dis- 
tricts (this index) 
taxes, coupons as receivable for, 65- 
1980 

Public Officers and Employees (this in- 
dex) 

Public Service Authority (this index) 

Railroad aid bonds. Railroad Aid (this in- 
dex) 

Railroads (this index) 

Receivership, in cases of. Receivers (this 
index) 

Recognizance. Bail and Recognizance (this 
index) 

Redevelopment bonds. Housing and Re- 
development (this index) 



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BONDS— Cont'd 

Refunding bonds — 

advertising sale of, 1-692 
amount issuable, 1-684 
constitutional restrictions, applicability 
of, SC Const, Art. 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 
222] 
execution, 1-691 
interest, 1-686 
maturities, 1-687 
negotiability, 1-689 
place of payment, 1-690 
pledges and covenants to ensure pay- 
ment, 1-694 
proceeds, 1-699 

provisions for refunding, 1-681 to 1-699 
redemption, 1-688 
registration, 1-689 
sale, 1-692 

price, 1-693 
signature of supervisor as sufficient, 14- 

7 
tax exempt, 1-695 
tax for payment of, 1-694 

enforcement of duty to levy, 1-698 
Repossession of confiscated amusement de- 
vice or apparatus, 5-650, 5-675 
Revenue Bond Act for Utilities. Municipal 

Public Works (this index) 
Revenue Bond Refinancing Act of 1937 

(this index) 
Review of contempt proceedings by Re- 
organization Commission, 9-216 
Rural Electrification Authority (this index) 
Sales and use taxes, exclusion from, 65- 

1365, 65-1401 
Sanitary and drainage commissioners, appli- 
cation for authority to issue, 18-110 
School bonds. Schools and School Dis- 
tricts (this index) 
Seaman, bond for lodging deserting seaman 

in jail, 54-357 
Securities Act (this index) 
Sheriffs' fees for transfer of, to parties, 27- 
401(21) 
local provisions, 27-403 to 27-412 

Signature — 

answer, effect of sworn denial in, 26-9 
proof, 26-9 

Sinking funds — 

Budget and Control Board to manage, 
1-791 

Cherokee County townships road im- 
provement bonds, 33-1511, 33-1512 

constitutional requirement, SC Const, 
Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 222] 

deposit, 1-663 

drainage district bonds, 18-297 

Fairfield County township bonds, 33- 
1640, 33-1641 



BONDS— Cont'd 

Sinking funds — Cont'd 

Fairfield County township highway im- 
provement bonds, 33-1638 
highway bonds or certificates of in- 
debtedness, 33-265 
gasoline tax, 33-265 
investment, 1-661 to 1-671 

advertisements for purchase of secu- 
rities, 1-665, 1-666 
bonds generally, investment in, 1-667 
failure to make, penalized, 1-670 
highway bonds or certificates of in- 
debtedness, 33-263 
Home Owners' Loan Corporation 

bonds, 36-604 
housing authorities' obligations, 36- 

163, 36-279, 36-412 
marketing commission bonds, 3-229 
not required, when, 1-662 
refunding bonds, investment in, 1- 

696 
segregation of investments, 1-664 
statements to be filed, 1-669 

loans of — 

by Budget and Control Board. Bud- 
get and Control Board (this in- 
dex) 
sinking fund of State, 1-797, 1-798 
to counties, 1-798 to 1-800, 1-802 
to political subdivisions, rediscount- 
ing notes given for, 1-800 
municipal public works, sale of, as af- 
fecting sinking funds for outstand- 
ing bonds, 59-153 
proceeds of sales of unused State prop- 
erty or lands acquired for taxes to 
be paid into, 1-795 
report on condition of and transactions 

connected with, 1-S03 
reports of amount to Comptroller Gen- 
eral, 1-646, 1-647 
sale of bonds in, advertisement required, 

1-668 
School bonds. Schools and School Dis- 
tricts (this index) 
State management of, 7-791 
State Treasury, payment into. 1-792 
Soft Drink Taxes (this index) 
Stamp tax, 65-682, 65-691 
State authorities having outstanding bonds 
not affected by chapter on reorganiza- 
tion of State government, 9-211 

State bonds— 

actions to prevent or delay sale of, 1U- 

2602 
denomination, minimum, SC Const, Art 

10, §11 
election on question of issuance, SC 
Const, Art 10, § 11 



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BONDS— Cont'd 

State bonds — Cont'd 

firemen's pension funds may invest in, 
61-385 
50,000 to 70,000, in cities of, 61-426 
20,000 and 50,000, in cities between, 
commission form of government, 
61-364 
maturity, maximum, SC Const, Art 10, 

§11 
Police insurance and annuity fund 

may invest in, 61-312 
registry, SC Const, Art 10, § 11 
Sinking funds, supra 

school bonds, 21-995 to 21-1000.3 
tax to pay interest authorized, SC Const, 

Art 10, § 11 
teacher's retirement funds may invest 
in — 
Charleston County School District 

20, 61-453 
Columbia School District 1, 61-504 
Richland County School Districts 2B 
and 4 through 33, 61-525 
State port authority, issue by, 54-61 
Stealing of, 16-354 
Steamboat companies, bonds for fictitious 

debts prohibited, 58-682 
Street Railways (this index) 
Summary ejectment of trespassers, in cases 

of. Trespass (Civil) (this index) 
Support proceedings — 

bond of defendant in proceedings for 
nonsupport of wife and children, 20- 
304 
in family court division. Juvenile and 
Domestic Relations Courts (this in- 
dex) 
Supreme Court, attorneys and court officers 

as sureties, Sup Ct Rule 14 
Taxes — 

exemption of public bonds. Public 

bonds, supra 
highway bonds sinking fund, gasoline 

tax, 33-265 
investment in bonds, taxation of, 65- 
1624, 65-1647 
exempt, when, 65-1532 (35) (36) (37) 
paving bonds, tax to pay, 33-1364, 33- 

1365 
refunding bonds, when receivable for 

taxes, 1-697 
sales and use taxes, exclusion from, 65- 

1365, 65-1401 
school bonds, tax for payment of. 
Schools and School Districts (this 
index) 
stamp tax, 65-682, 65-691 
Taxicabs in counties with city over 70,000, 
liability insurance or bond. Motor Car- 
riers (this index) 
[8 SC Code]— 8 



BONDS— Cont'd 

Telephone company — 

bond for stay pending review of Public 
Service Commission orders, 58-473, 
58-477 
putting suspended rates in effect, 58-405 
Trespass, bond of defendant in action of 
summary ejectment, 10-2442 
pending appeal, 10-2444 
United States bonds. Federal Government, 
Instrumentalities, and Laws (this in- 
dex) 
Wagers, bonds executed to secure, 11-54 
Water companies, bond to put suspended 
rate schedule in effect, 58-115 

BONDS, PUBLIC 
Bonds (this index) 

BONES 
Fertilizers (this index) 

BONNEAU, TOWN OF 

Council, term of, 47-112 
Mayor, term of, 47-112 



BONNEAU HIGH SCHOOL 
DISTRICT 

Generally, 21-1491, 21-1492 



BOOKMAKING 

Penalty for, 16-515 to 16-517 

BOOKS AND PAPERS 

See also specific topics 

Adverse party, inspection and copy of books, 

etc., of, 26-502 
Arbitrators may compel production of, 10- 

1903 
Assessment books of drainage district^ col- 
lection of, 18-318 
Attachment of debtor's books, 10-923 
Attorneys at law, powers of committee on 

grievances as to production of, 56-157 
Board of trustees of the University of South 

Carolina may compel production of, 22- 

109 
Choses in Action (this index) 
Civil arrest cases, production of debtor's 

books in, 10-857 
Clerks of Courts (this index) 
Cotton, buyers' books in sale of, 13-305 
Electric Companies (this index) 



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BOOKS AND PAPERS— Cont'd 

Evidence, books as, 26-141, 26-142 

Income Tar', (this index) 

Magistrate (this index) 

Master's books of office, 15-1828 

Motor carrier's application for certificate, 

papers to accompany. Motor Carriers 

(this index) 
Obscene books and pictures — • 

sale, publication, etc., punishment, 16- 

414 
■women, penalty for sending to, 16-552 
Officers, delivery of books to successor, 50- 

201 to 50-205 
Pleadings, book of, 15-1767(8) 
Probate Courts and Judges ("this index) 
Production of Books and Papers (this in- 
dex) 
Public cotton ginners, duties as to books 

for inspection, 13-4 
Sales and Use Taxes (this index) 
Service of Process and Papers (this index) 
State library, stealing or damaging books 

of. 42-11 
Reorganization Commission may compel 

production and examination of, 9-215 
Textbooks. Schools and School Districts 

(this index) 
Unreasonable searches, papers to be secure 

from, US Const, 4th Amend 

BORATES 

Soft drink as adulterated by, 32-1515 

BORDER STATES 

Drainage, joining in work as to, 18-281, 18- 
282 

BORIC ACID 

Soft drink as adulterated by, 32-1515 

BORROWING FOR MINORS 
AND INCOMPETENTS 

Generally, 10-2561 to 10-2569 

Accounting for proceeds to probate court, 

10-2568 
Bond of guardian or committee, 10-2566, 

10-2567 
Common pleas court's power to authorize, 

10-2562 
Costs, premium for bond included in, 10- 

2566 
Decree, 10-2564 

annual crop loans, as to, 10-2565 
Definitions, 10-2561 
Disbursement of loan, 10-2568 
Established practice unchanged, 10-2569 
Procedure, 10-2563 



BORROWING MONEY 

Sec also Loans 

Beaufort city public works commissioners, 

59-183 
Board of Commissioners of Capital Airport, 

powers of, 2-205 
Borrowing for Minors and Incompetents 

(this index) 
Budget and Control Board (this index) 
Municipal sewerage systems, 59-481 
Public Service Authority, powers of, 59-3 

(14 to 16) 
Spartanburg, public works commissioners of 

city of, 59-182, 59-182.1 
United States, borrowing money on credit 

of, US Const, Art 1, § 8, cl 2 



BOTTLED GAS 
Liquefied Gas (this index) 

BOTTLED WATER 

Water supply of, testing of, 32-1201 

BOTTLES 

Containers (this index) 

BOTTLING PLANTS 
Soft Drinks (this index) 

BOUNDARIES 

Altering or removing landmarks, penalty, 

16-392 
Counties (this index) 
Drainage districts, extension of boundaries 

of, 18-481 
Municipal Corporations (this index) 
Soil conservation districts. Soil Conserva- 
tion (this index) 
State boundaries, 39-1, 39-2 

boundary rivers, concurrent jurisdiction 

of, SC Const, Art 14, § 1 
markers, penalty for injuring or remov- 
ing, 16-561 
Surveyors, appointment in actions involving 

boundaries of lands, 57-452, 57-453 
Time limit as to contest on extension of 
municipal limits, 47-22 

BOUNTIES 

Foxes (this index) 

Payment of debt for, not to be questioned, 
US Const, 14 Amend § 4 

[8 SC Code] 



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BOWIE KNIFE 

Furnishing to minor, misdemeanor, 15-1388 

BOWLING ALLEYS 

Amusements and Athletic Contests (this in- 
dex) 



BRAKES 

Motor Carriers (this index) 
Motor vehicles, 46-561 to 46-570 
Railroads, safety provisions, 58-1194 



BRAN 

Standard bushel, 66-157 



BOXES 
Containers (this index) 



BRANCH BANKS 
Banks (this index) 



BOXING COMMISSIONS 

Generally, 5-303 to 5-308 

County boxing commissioners, see index un- 
der name of particular county 

BOXING CONTESTS 

Generally, 5-302 to 5-308 

Prize fighting prohibited, 5-301; SC Const, 
Art 8, § 12 

BOYCOTT 

Conspiracy to limit competition by, penal- 
ized, 66-64 
Unfair insurance practices, 37-1202 

BOYD'S MILL POND 

Bag limit, 28-593 

Confiscation of illegal fishing devices, 28-617 

Mode of fishing permissible, 28-572 

BOY SCOUTS 

Tax exempt property, 65-1522(28) 

BRACES 

Use of, where public utility line crosses 
street, railroad, etc., Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7, p. 817 [Rule 14] 

BRACKED PLANTAIN 

Noxious weed, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 458 
[Reg. 2] 

BRAKEMEN 
Railroads (this index) 



BRANCHVILLE 

Public works commissioners, who to act 
instead of, 59-174 



BRANCHVILLE, TOWNSHIP OF 

Commutation tax funds, expenditure in, 
14-973 



BRANDING OF ANIMALS 

Animal diseases- 
brucellosis — 

branding of infected animals, Rule 6- 

454 
branding of vaccinated animals, 6-446 
tuberculosis and paratuberculosis re- 
actors, 6-474 
Animals of another, 6-301, 6-302 



BRANDS AND MARKS 

Agricultural or horticultural brands, 66-221 

to 66-232 
Fertilizers (this index) 
Fresh fruits and vegetables, State brands 

for, 66-321 to 66-336 
Misbranding. Food and Drugs (this index) 
Petroleum products, fraudulent branding, 

66-416 
Recording of, fee of Secretary of State for, 

27-501 
Trademarks (this index) 



BRASS KNUCKS 

Furnishing to minor as misdemeanor, 15- 
1388 



BREACH OF THE PEACE 

Arrest and penalty under Municipal Courts 

Act, 15-909 
Contempt of court, when, 15-13 
Disorderly Conduct (this index) 



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BREACH OF THE PEACE— Cont'd 

Homicide in preserving peace, 16-54 
Industrial communities, deputy sheriffs for, 

power to make arrests, 53-111 
Magistrates' jurisdiction, 43-64 

power of arrest to preserve peace, 43-214, 
43-215 



BREACH OF TRUST 

Fraudulent breach of trust, punishable as 
larceny, 16-365 



BREAD 

Flour and Bread (this index) 

BREAKING AND ENTERING 

Burglary and Housebreaking (this index) 

Claim and delivery actions, to take prop- 
erty in, 10-2513 

Electric and interurban cars, 58-736 

Motor vehicles, breaking into, 16-360 

Railroad cars, 58-736 

Safecracking, 16-337 

Sheriff or deputy breaking and entering, 
execution against the person or to seize 
goods, 10-1712, 53-198 

Street cars, 58-736 

Vessel, entry into, with intent to steal, 16- 
361 

BREAM 

For statutory provisions generally ap- 
plicable to game fish but not specifi- 
cally designating this species, see Fish 
and Game 

Closed season on, in Zone 1, 28-583 
Copper-faced or bald faced, as game fish, 

2S-4 
Red belly, as game fish, 28-4 
Sale of, prohibited. 28-691 
Size limit — 

Catawba-Wateree area, 28-1015(3) 

Zone 1, 2S-584 
Transportation out of state regulated, 28- 
694 



BREWERIES 
Beer, Ale, Wine and Porter (this index) 

BRIBERY 

Generally, 16-211 to 16-218 

Arbitrators, referees, or umpires, 16-217, 16- 
218 



BRIBERY— Cont'd 



or judicial officers, 
de- 



Elections (this index) 
Executive, legislative, 

16-211, 16-212 
Highway commissioners or highway 
partment employees, penalized, 33-6 
Jurors, 16-217, 16-218 

setting aside verdict for bribery of, 38- 
307 
Municipal officers, 47-571, 47-572 
Private employees or agents, 16-570 
Public office, bribery to obtain, 16-558.1 to 

16.558.3 
Public officers accepting rebates or extra 

compensation, 16-213 
Removal of civil Federal officers convicted 

of, US Const, Art 2, § 4 
Sheriff, constable, etc. — 

contingent fee for peace officers pro- 
hibited, 16-216 
for not performing duties, 16-214 
improper charges in criminal matters, 16- 
215 



BRIDGE DISTRICTS 

Counties, formation by, 33-609 

BRIDGE LAKE 

Night fishing in, penalty for, 28-586 



BRIDGES 

See also particular counties 

Generally, 33-601 to 33-653 

Ashlev River, construction of bridge across, 

33-203 
Bond of contractor for work on, 33-607 
Broad River, construction of bridge acoss, 33- 

204 
Buildings, certain types of, not to be erected 

within 50 feet of wooden bridges, 33-617 
Burning of, punishment for, 16-312 
Center line, marking, 33-610 
Chain gangs, use of, generally, 55-451 
Charleston County, erection and maintenance, 

14-1169 
Chesterfield County Board of Commis- 
sioners, duties, 14-1419 
Clarendon County, contracts for construction 

and repair, 14-1516 
Condemnation of land for keeper's house, 

33-831 
Congaree River bridge — 

authority to construct, 33-205 
lighting of, 33-5 
Contracts for work on, 33-612, 33-613 
bond of contractor, 33-697 
inspection of work, 33-607 
letting of, 33-607 



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BRIDGES— Cont'd 

County bridges, 33-801 to 33-926 

particular counties, see under name of 
county 
boundary line, crossing, 33-608 
claims for construction, maintenance, or 
operation, allowance and payment, 
33-823, 33-824 
repairs to, 33-815, 33-816 
County governing bodies, duties with respect 

to, 33-607 
County line, crossing, 33-608 
Culverts (this index) 

Darlington County manager, powers and du- 
ties, 14-1667 
Districts, formation by counties, 33-609 
Drainage Districts (this index) 
Drawbridges — ■ 

motor carriers, precautions required at 
drawbridges, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 771 [Reg. 2.14] 
railroad warning board, 58-1200, 58-1201 
stops required at, 46-476 
Electric and interurban railroads, extra 
fares for crossing bridges prohibited, 
58-741 
Electric utility wires, clearances for, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 821 
Fire, carrying of, on wooden bridge, penal- 
ized, 33-616 
Florence County manager to control main- 
tenance and construction, 14-1956, 14- 
1957 
"Highway" as including, 33-1 
Highway Department's power to build and 

maintain, 33-71 
Horrv County, construction and repair, 14- 

2318 
Improvements, expense of construction by 

railroad for, 18-238 
Injury to — - 

action for, 33-614 
penalized, 33-614 
Injury to person or property on, right of 

action for, 33-921 
Interstate — 

counties may provide funds and be en- 
titled to reimbursement, 33-602, 33- 
603 
Highway Commission's cooperation in 
construction etc., 33-601, 33-603 
Intracoastal waterway, agreement by High- 
way Department to maintain and op- 
erate drawbridges, 33-206 
Lee County Board of Commissioners, juris- 
diction, 14-2655 

Lexington County Eoard of Commissioners, 
jurisdiction, 14-2719 

Lights on toll bridges, 33-778.2 

Marion County, chairman of Board of Com- 
missioners to have jurisdiction and su- 
pervision, 14-2808 



BRIDGES— Cont'd 

Marlboro County highway commissioners 
to construct and maintain, 14-2858 

Mill dams, bridges in connection with, own- 
er's duty to repair, 33-615 

Municipal Corporations (this index) 

Names given to, retention of, 33-4 

Newberry County — 

county engineer's duties, 14-2960 
disbursements for bridges, 14-2961 

Orangeburg County director to have charge 
of maintenance and construction, 14- 
3076 

Rafts passing under, to drag anchor, 70-8 

Railroads (this index) 

Research, Planning and Development Board 
may acquire, maintain, etc., 9-310(4) 

Santee River Dam, construction of bridge 
across, 33-202 

Savannah River, reciprocity between 
Georgia and South Carolina as to char- 
ters or franchises, 33-761 

School trustees to cross free of charge, 21- 
242 

Supervisor's jurisdiction over, 14-254 
Taxation of bridge companies — 

certain real estate of bridge companies 

to be treated as personal property, 

65-1509 
movable assets, apportionment of, 65- 

1509 
Telegraph or telephone wires, clearances 

for, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 821 
Toll bridges — 

change, duty of collector to make, 33- 

761 
commissioners to superintend, 33-762 to 

33-768 
delay at, penalty for, 33-781 
distress warrant to collect tolls, 33-772 
exemptions from toll, 33-775 
ferry, temporary, may be established by 

owner of impassable bridge, 33-783 
fording of stream, when to be toll free, 

33-778 
fords not to be obstructed by keeper, 33- 

780 
indictment for failure to keep up, 53-769 
lights required, 33-778.2 
militia, free passage for, 44-133 
payment of tolls before passing gate, 33- 

770 
penalties for offenses, against owners, 

disposition of, 33-782 
permits for, 33-605, 33-606 
privatelv owned, provisions affecting, 33- 

760 to 33-783 
railings required, 33-778.1 
rates of toll, 33-775, 33-776 
repairs, suspension of tolls where pro- 
prietor fails to make, 33-765 to 33- 

768 



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BRIDGES— Cont'd 

Tractors, operation across, regulated, 33- 
1403, 33-1432, 33-1810 
Newberry County; 33-1810 
Traffic regulations. Highways (this index) 
Vessels passing under, to drag anchor, 70-8 
Viaducts as included in term highway, 33-1 
Width on State highway, minimum permis- 
sible, 33-610 
Williamsburg County Commissioner's juris- 
diction over, 14-3556 



BRIEFS 

Proceedings before Public Service Commis- 
sion. Carriers (this index) 
Supreme Court, briefs in — 

Appeals (this index) 

original cases, Sup Ct Rule 20(2) 



BROADAWAY LAKE COMMISSION 

Generally, 51-211 to 51-236 

Acquisition of property, 51-218 

Boat races, 51-229 

Boats, operation of, 51-228, 51-229 

Created, 51-211 

Duck and game sanctuary, 51-227 

Easement and right of way around lake, 51- 
219 to 51-221 
obstruction of, 51-220, 51-221 
permit for walk or boat house, 51-221 
use by public, 51-220 
walk-way around lake, 51-219 

Eminent domain, power of, 51-218 

Fees for licenses — 

boats, operation of, 51-228 
commercial enterprises, 51-223 
fishing licenses, 51-225 

Fishing, regulation of, 51-225 to 51-226 

Funds for payment of expenses, 51-233 

Game sanctuary, 51-227 

Game warden of Anderson County to co- 
operate in enforcing game laws, 51-232 

Hunting prohibited, 51-227 

Injuries to persons frequenting project, An- 
derson County not liable for, 51-235 

Licenses and permits — 

boats, license to operate, 51-228 
commercial enterprises, 51-223 
fishing licenses, 51-224, 51-225 
private walk or boathouse within 40 feet 
of lake, 51-221 

Members, 51-211 to 51-214 
appointment, 51-211 
chairman, 51-213 
compensation, 51-212 
majority may act, 51-214 
meetings, 51-213 

Motor boats, operation of, 51-229 

Patrolmen, employment and jurisdiction of, 
51-230 



BROADAWAY LAKE COMMISSION 
— Cont'd 

Penalties for violations, 51-236 
Powers and duties, generally, 51-215 
Reports, 51-234 
Rules and regulations, 51-216 
Sanitary conditions, regulation of, 51-216 
Sheriff of Anderson County to cooperate 
with patrolmen, 51-231 



BROAD RIVER BRIDGE 
Generally, 33-204 

BROAD RIVER CASE 

Electrical or other public utility regulation 
not to affect, 24-11 

BROCCOLI 

Germination standard, Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7, p. 459 [Reg. 4] 

BROKERS 

Discount fee in lieu of interest, 8-4 

Embezzlement bv, grounds for civil arrest, 
10-802(1) 

Insurance Brokers (this index) 

Negotiating instrument without indorse- 
ment, 8-900 

Securities Act (this index) 

Stamp tax, transfer to brokers not subject 
to, 65-685 

BROME GRASSES 

Sample for analysis, test, or examination, 
size of. Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 460 
[Reg. 16(b)] 

BROOKGREEN GARDENS 

Game sanctuary, 28-519 

BROOM CORN SEED 
Standard bushel, 66-157 

BROTHELS 
Prostitution (this index) 

BROTHERS AND SISTERS 

Sexual sterilization, service of process on 
brother or sister of person to be sub- 
jected to, 32-672 



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BRUCE HOSPITAL 
Tax exemption, 65-1523(2) 

BRUCELLOSIS 
Animal Diseases (this index) 

BRUSH 

Setting fire to, 16-317, 16-318 

BRUSSELS SPROUTS 

Germination standard, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 459 [Reg. 4] 

B. T. U. 

Heating value requirements, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 826 [Rule 25] 

BUCKET SHOPS 

Future delivery contracts. Contracts and 

Agreements (this index) 
Prohibited, 11-67, 11-68 

BUCKHORN PLANTAIN 

Noxious weed, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 458 
[Reg. 2] 

BUCKWHEAT 

Standard bushel, 66-157 

BUDGET 

See also Appropriations 

Budget and Control Board (this index) 

Greenville city, 47-1599 

Greenwood city, 47-1611 

Hearings on State budget, 1-729 

Increase or decrease of items, State budget, 

1-730 
Preparation and submission of State budget, 

1-721 to 1-731 
Submission to General Assembly, 1-727, 1- 

728 
county budget, 14-15 

BUDGET AND CONTROL BOARD 

Generally, 1-351 to 1-382 

Accounting methods to be used by State 
agencies, institutions, and departments. 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 473 [Reg. 8] 
Aeronautics Commission, to provide offices 

for, 2-54 
Auditor, State — - 

acting as director of Finance Division, 

1-352 
selection of, 1-8S1 



BUDGET AND CONTROL BOARD 

— Cont'd 

Auditor, State — Cont'd 

beer and wine permits, transfer of 
amounts needed for administration 
and enforcement of article as to, 4- 
226 
Borrowing money — 

for State purposes, 1-763 

departmental surpluses, 1-765 
from departments of State government, 

1-765 to 1-76S 
in anticipation of revenue for school aid, 
21-264 
Budget, State, preparation and submission, 

1-721 et seq 
Cashing of checks by State departments, in- 
stitutions, or agencies, prohibited, Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 475 
Chairman, 1-351 
Claims against State — 
examination, 30-252 
filing, 30-251 

report on, to Ways and Means Commit- 
tee of House of Representatives, 30- 
252 
Comptroller General (this index) 
Deliveries of supplies, materials, and equip- 
ment, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 472 
[Reg. 2] 
chemical tests, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

472 [Reg. 4] 
inspection of, for conformity to specifica- 
tions, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 472 
[Reg. 4] 
physical tests, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
472 [Reg. 4] 
Depositories for public funds, designation 

of, 1-741, 1-742 
Divisions, 1-352 
Drainage Districts (this index) 
Duties, 1-353 

Electrician and engineer, State, to be se- 
lected by, 1-464 
Employees, 1-352 

Escheats, powers and duties as to, 57-210, 
57-231, 57-237 
annual reports, 57-237 
Estimate of needs by State departments and 
agencies to be reported to, 1-723; Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7. p. 473 [Reg. 7] 
Ethyl or methyl alcohol delivered to, prop- 
erty forfeited for violation of provisions 
as to, 4-330 
Evidence of indebtedness, taking of, in ex- 
change for cash, by State departments, 
institutions, or agencies, prohibited, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7. p. 475 
Federal government, dealings with, as not 
affected by rules and regulations, Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 474 [Reg. 10] 
Federal surplus property, acquisition of, 1- 
354, 1-355 



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BUDGET AND CONTROL BOARD 

— Cont'd 

Finance Division, 1-352 

Finances of State subdivisions, co-operation 

in handling, 1-358 
Flag, State, display on State House, 1-461 
Georgetown Countv Board of Education, 

loans to, 21-2777 
Governor as member, 1-351 
Housing authorities under State Housing 

Authorities Law, relationship with, 36- 

169 

Hunting licenses, forms, buttons, etc., 28- 

316, 28-317 
Instructions concerning operation of cen- 
tral purchase and supply functions, is- 
suance of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 474 
[Reg. 10] 
Insurer of public buildings and contents, 1- 
431 to 1-452 
amount of insurance, how determined, 1- 

446 
appraisers in case of loss, 1-447 
county buildings, 1-432 
custodian's duty to insure public build- 
ing, 1-436 
depreciation, cancellation in case of, 1- 

435 
dilapidation, cancellation in case of, 1- 

435 
expiration, advance notification of, 1-444 
institutions, State-supported, buildings 

and contents, 1-431 to 1-452 
payment of loss, to whom made, 1-448 
penalties for failure to carry out statu- 
tory requirements, 1-452 
premiums — 
delinquent — 

deduction from gasoline tax dis- 
tribution, 1-440 
gasoline tax distribution, deduc- 
tion from, 1-440 
interest on, 1-439 
payment, 1-439 
preferred claim, 1-439 
rate, determination of, 1-438 
reduction proportionate to adequacy 
of sinking fund, 1-443 
reinsurance, procurement of, 1-441 
renewal of insurance, how effected, 1-444 
school buildings and contents, 1-433 
abandoned, cancellation or reduction 

of insurance on, 1-434 
information as to, superintendents of 
education to furnish, 1-437 
sinking fund for payment of losses, 1- 

442, 1-443 
sprinkler system for insured buildings — 
contracts for, power to make, 1-449 
inspectors, 1-451 
loans for, 1-449 

deduction in event of loss, 1-450 
value of buildings, how determined, 1-445 



BUDGET AND CONTROL BOARD 

— Cont'd 

Inventories — ■ 

form for, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 475 
to be supplied by agencies, institutions, 
and departments, Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7, p. 472 [Reg. 1] 
Lands, control of, 1-357 
Licenses from, to mine phosphates, 1-367 to 

1-378 
Marlboro County, loans to fire zones in, 

14-2884 
Membership, 1-351 
Mineral leases, power to execute, 1-361 to 

1-363.1 
Office supplies, purchase of, 1-542, 1-543 
Oil and gas leases, power to execute, 1-361 

to 1-363.1 
Penitentiary, purchase of certain clothing 
from, 55-333 

Personnel Administrative Division, 1-352 
Phosphate rocks and deposits — 

powers and rights as to, 1-361 to 1-382 
report to General Assembly of actions 
with respect to, 1-382 
Printing, Public (this index) 
Property of State, control over, 1-205 
Public Welfare Department employees, con- 
trol over salaries of, 71-7 
Purchases by, 1-21 to 1-27 

advertising for bids, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 474 [Reg. 9] 
awarding of contracts, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 474 [Reg. 9(a)] 
bids on contracts, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 474 [Reg. 9] 
competitive bidding — 

when dispensable, Rules & Reg., 

Vol.7, p. 473 [Reg. 5] 
when required, Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7. p. 474 [Reg. 9] 
eligible list of bidders and articles. 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 474 
[Reg. 9] 
rejection of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
474 [Reg. 9] 
duties as to, 1-353 

emergency purchases, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 473 [Reg. 5], 474 [Reg. 9 
(e)] 
exempted purchases, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 473 [Reg. 5] 
office supplies, 1-542, 1-543 
patented articles, purchases of. Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 474 [Reg. 9] 
procedure in making. Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 474 [Reg. 9] 
replacements, purchases of, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 1, p. 474 [Reg. 9(c)] 
standardization of purchases, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 472 [Reg. 3] 



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BUDGET AND CONTROL BOARD 

— Cont'd 

Purchasing' and Property Division, 1-352 
school buses, purchase of, 21-836 
surplus Federal property, duties as to, 

1-355 
traveling expenses, when allowable, 1- 
355 
Reorganization of State government, pro- 
visions as to, 9-211 
Requisitions of supplies, materials, and 
equipment, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 473 
[Reg. 7] 
Research, Planning, and Development 
Board, approval to disposition of prop- 
erty by, 9-309(11) 
Rules and regulations, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

pp. 472-477 
Sale- 
property not in actual public use, 1-793 

to 1-796 
Tax sale, infra 
Samples, testing of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

p. 472 [Reg. 4] 
School lunches, provision of funds to take 
advantage of Federal distribution of 
commodities, 21-867 
Schools — 

information to be furnished to Board for 

insurance purposes, 1-437 
Board to co-operate in handling district 
finances, 1-358 
School textbooks, notes for purchase of to 

be approved by, 21-459 
Secretary of State as agent for, with respect 

to certain lands, 1-205 
Sinking funds — 

for purpose of paying insured losses, 1- 

442, 1-443 
loans of — - 

on security of State bonds, 1-797 
on security other than State bonds, 1- 
798 
management of State sinking fund, 1-791 
South Carolina Retirement System (this in- 
dex) 
Specifications for commodities desired to be 
furnished by agencies, institutions, and 
departments, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
472 [Reg. 3] 
Sprinkler systems in State institutions — 
authority to contract for, 1-449 
Insurer, etc., supra 
State House and grounds, duties with re- 
spect to, 1-401, 1-431 
improvement of grounds, reports by 
Board, 1-402 
State Marketing Commission, authority to 

purchase bonds of, 3-228 
Storehouses, serving individual agencies, in- 
stitutions, and departments, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 473 [Reg. 6] 



BUDGET AND CONTROL BOARD 

—Cont'd 

Supplies, duties as to, 1-353 
Surplus commodities, transfer from one 
agency, institution, or department to 
another, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 473 
[Reg. 6] 
Tax collections, 65-2841 to 65-2868 
access to records, 65-2841, 65-2845 
back taxes not chargeable by county of- 
ficer if in process of collection by 
Board, 65-2844 
demand for payments, 65-2848 
entry on delinquent lands, 65-2848 
execution, issuance of, 65-2851, 65-2852 
fees, costs and expenses, 65-2861, 65-2862 
nonpayment of tax, duplicate as prima 

facie evidence of, 65-2856 
nulla bona executions, tax claims pertain- 
ing to, 65-2847 
omitted property — 

investigations as to, 65-2845 
survey and assessment of, 65-2843 
petition alleging taxes to have been paid, 

65-2849 
refund to purchaser where lands proved 

not abandoned, 65-2865 
school tax collected to be paid over, 65- 

2867 
sheriff's possession, sale, proceedings, 
and distribution of proceeds, 65-2853 
shortages with respect to, investigation 

of, 65-2866 
statement of delinquent taxes, 65-2846 
survey of abandoned lands, deposit for, 
required, 65-2864 
Taxes prior to 1S87, hearing on petition for 
relief against forfeiture for nonpayment 
of, 65-2932 
Tax sale — ■ 

Board's sale of delinquent tax lands, 1- 

793 to 1-796 
deed of property purchased for State at, 

65-2858 
forfeited land commission as purchaser, 

65-2854 
holding of surplus for owner, 65-2855 
sheriff's sale, 65-2853 

evidence, sufficiency of, to recover 
land sold by sheriff, 65-2859 
Treasurer, State, as member, 1-351 
Unemployment compensation administra- 
tion fund, reports to Board, 68-337 
Waste lands to be conveyed to Forestry 
Commission, 29-13 



BUFFALO TOWNSHIP 

Magistrates and constables in, 43-841, 43- 
842 



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BUFFET CARS 

Conductors on, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 753 
[Rule 20] 

BUGGERY 

Punishment for, 16-412 

BUGS 

Insects (this index) 

BUILDERS 

Architects, applicability of regulations per- 
taining to, 56-63 
Contractors (this index) 

BUILDING AND LOAN 
ASSOCIATIONS 

Sec also Savings and Loan Associations 

Generally, 8-601 to 8-625 

Bank Control Board to supervise, 8-56, 8- 

253 
Borrowing of money by, as requiring ap- 
proval of State Board of Bank Control, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 467 [Reg. 4B] 
Charities, declaration as to issuance of 

stock, 12-58 (9) 
Charters — 

Bank Control Board to approve, 8-5/ 
fees. 12-83 
Compromise, security acquired by way of, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 469 [Reg. 4J 
(b)(2)] 
Conservators — 

appointment, 8-283 

persons who may not be appointed, 
8-284 
attorneys, employment of, 8-286 
bond, 8-282 
borrowing to pay dividends or to reopen, 

8-289 
expenses, 8-286 
liquidation by, 8-295 
payment of creditors, 8-287 
powers, 8-285 

reorganization, 8-291, 8-292, 8-293 
salary, 8-286 

termination of conservatorship, 8-290 
Conversion into Federal savings and loan 

association, 8-623, 8-624 
Conveyance of assets for liquidation, 8-620 
Direct reduction of principal loans, 8-603 
Dissolution, exception from provisions of 

General Corporation Law, 12-751 
Examination and supervision by Bank Con- 
trol Board, 8-56, 8-253 
fee for, 8-253 
Federal Home Loan Act, powers with re- 
spect to, 8-606, 8-607 



BUILDING AND LOAN 
ASSOCIATIONS— Cont'd 

Federal Home Owners' Loan Corporation, 

sale of shares to, 8-622 
Federal Housing Administration loans, 

making of, 8-604 
Federal savings and loan association — 

conversion of building and loan associa- 
tion into, 8-623 
office facilities and employees in con- 
junction with, 8-608 
sale of assets to, 8-619 
State restrictions inapplicable to, 8-625 
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Cor- 
poration — 
authority to secure insurance from, 8-605 
borrowing from, 8-615, 8-617 
option to purchase assets of closed as- 
sociation, 8-616, 8-617 
receiver or liquidator of building and 
loan association, acting as, 8-612, 8- 
613 
Fiduciary may invest funds in, 67-59 
Foreign — 

exemption of, from reporting to Tax 

Commission, 12-732.1 
license fees, 8-611 
Franchise, forfeiture for nonuser, 12-625 
Income tax, exemption from, 65-226 
Insolvency, payments made by borrowers on 
shares to be credited upon indebtedness, 
8-601 
Insurance companies, investments in shares 

of, 37-149.2 
Insurance from Federal Savings and Loan 
Insurance Corporation, authority to se- 
cure, 8-605 
Investment of funds — 

Federal home loan bank bonds or de- 
bentures, 8-236 
Federal savings and loan association 

shares, 8-236 
Home Owners' Loan Corporation bonds, 

36-604 
housing authorities' obligations, 36-163, 

36-279, 36-412 
shares of building and loan association 
insured by Federal savings and loan 
insurance corporation, 8-236 
License fees of corporations, exemption 

from, 65-616 
License fees payable for conducting of busi- 
ness without incorporating under State 
law, 8-611 

Liquidation — 

conservators, liquidation by, 8-295 
conveyance of assets for, 8-620 

Loans by — 

direct reduction loans, 8-603 
discounts prohibited, 8-603.1 
Federal Housing Administration loans, 
8-604 



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BUILDING AND LOAN 
ASSOCIATIONS— Cont'd 

Loans by — Cont'd 

security as essential, 8-603.1 

what permissible, Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7, p. 468 [Reg. 4J] 
Report of condition, publication of, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 468 [Reg. 4H] 
Securities Act not applicable to securities 

issued by, when, 62-51 (9) 
Shareholders — ■ 

borrowers to retain status as, 8-601 
certificates of beneficial interest, issuance 
to, and transfer to trustee for liqui- 
dation, 8-620 
information to, duty of furnishing, as 
not required by General Corporation 
Law, 12-262 
shares in purchaser association may be 

issued to seller, 8-619 
stamp tax, stock not subject to, 65-693 
stock or debentures of liquidating corpo- 
ration to be issued to, 8-620 
Stamp tax, stock not subject to, 65-693 
State funds, deposit of, 1-750 
Stock certificates, issuance to two persons, 

8-602 
Stock of another association, sale of assets 

in exchange for, 8-619 
Taxation of, 8-610 

tax exemption, 65-1522 (42) 

corporate license fees, 65-616 
income tax, 65-226 

stamp tax, stock not subject to, 65 
693 



BUILDING CODE 

Research, Planning and Development 
Board to promulgate and recommend 
to General Assembly, 9-310 (3) 



BUILDING COUNCIL OF 
SOUTH CAROLINA 

Abolished; duties conferred upon Research, 
Planning and Development Board, 9- 
310 



BUILDING MATERIALS 

Sales and use taxes on, 65-1361; Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 852 [Reg. 20] 



BUILDING PERMITS 
Buildings (this index) 

BUILDINGS 

Application of chapter, 47-1151 
Architects (this index) 



BUILDINGS— Cont'd 

Areaways, construction of, 47-1258 

Arson (this index) 

Beaufort, restrictions in, 47-1522 

Bridges, fireproof buildings near bridges, 

33-617 
Burglary and House Breaking (this index) 
Charcoal stoves, regulations as to, 47-1246 
Chimneys, 47-1232 to 47-1234, 47-1238, 47- 
1239 
construction of, 47-1233 
foundry chimneys, 47-1239 
structures around, 47-1232 
Cities over 5,000, applicability of law to, 47- 

1151 to 47-1261 
City engineer, plans submitted to, 47-11S1 
City Housing Authority projects subject to 

laws and ordinances as to, 36-139 
Cold air ducts for hot air furnaces, regula- 
tions as to, 47-1242 
Combustible floors under coal ranges, 47- 

1244 
Construction and regulation generally, 47- 

1221 to 47-1261 
Contracting, generally, 56-401 to 56-428 
Door openings in stair and elevator en- 
closures, 47-1251 
Doors, standard fire doors, 47-1229 
Doors in hotels, boardinghouses, etc., 

screening of, 35-125 
Dumb-waiter shafts, 47-1253 
Egress, required means of, 47-1255 
Electric wiring, 47-1248, 47-1249 

record to be kept by inspector, 47-1194 
Elevators, 47-1250, 47-1251 

shafts and partitions. 47-1250 
Fire limits, 47-1211 to 47-1216 

construction of buildings in, 47-1212 
extrahazardous buildings, construction 

of, 47-1214 
frame structures, regulations as to, 47- 

1213 
municipalities must pass fire limit ordi- 
nances, 47-1211 
repair to roof, 47-1215 
when damaged buildings removed, 47- 

1216 
wood structure, regulations as to, 47- 
1213 
Fire ordinances, violation of, 47-1154 
Fireplaces, 47-1232, 47-1233 

structures around, 47-1232 
Fireproof buildings near bridges, 33-617 
Fires, fees of inspector of buildings for in- 
quiry as to, 47-1178 
Fire stopping construction on floor levels, 

47-1257 
Floor area, meaning of, 47-1255 
Floors (this index) 
Flues, 47-1235, 47-1236, 47-1238 
Foundations, specifications as to, 47-1228 
Foundry chimneys, 47-1239 
Frame buildings, height of, 47-1224 



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BUILDINGS— Cont'd 
Frame houses, rows of, 47-1259 
Gas connections, regulations as to, 47-1247 
Gasoline stoves, 47-1246 
Gas stoves, regulations as to, 47-1246 
Hanging flues, 47-1236 
Heater pipes, 47-1241 
Heating apparatus, correction of, 47-1238 
Heating devices, regulations as to, 47-1246 
Height of, 47-1221, 47-1224 

agreements as to, Planning Commission 

in cities of 15,250 to 16,000, 47-1078 

Hot air furnaces, regulations as to, 47-1242 

Incombustible material, building outside of 

fire limits of, 47-1260 
Income tax, deduction for building expense. 
65-265 

Injunction to prevent violation of regula- 
tions, 47-1017 

Inspector of buildings — 

annual inspections of all buildings, 47- 

1187 
approval required of proposed altera- 
tions, §47-1190 
building permit, application to inspector 

for, 47-1181 
certificate of compliance issued by, 47- 

1182 
cities of over 5,000, 47-378 
compensation, 47-1197 
date of reports by, 47-1195 
defects, notice to owner of, 47-1187 
fees for inspections, 47-1197 

cities of 70,000 or more, 47-1198 
fires, duties as to prevention of, 47-1176 

to 47-1180.1 
inspection by, 47-1182 
misconduct, 47-1196 
noncompliance, reports of, 47-1185 
notice of unsafe buildings — 
affixing of, 47-1189 

removal of notice as misdemeanor, 
47-1193 
number of reports by, 47-1195 
penalty when owner of unsafe building 
fails to remedy defects, 47-1191, 47- 
1192 
procedure in case of defective or illegal 

construction, 47-1188 
quarterly inspections of premises within 

fire limits, 47-1186 
records kept by, 47-1194 
right to enter premises, 47-1184 
towns of less than 1,000, 47-142 
Insurance Commissioner — 

approval of construction required by, 47- 

1261 
report of inspector of buildings to, 47- 
1177 

Interior light or vent shafts, 47-1253 
Jail lots, buildings on, 55-429 to 55-431 
Joists, specifications as to, 47-1231 



BUILDINGS— Cont'd 

Liens on. Mechanics and Materialmen's 
Liens (this index) 

Mobs, indemnity for destruction by, 16-107 
Mortgages of, deemed and recorded as real 

estate mortgages, 60-60 
Notice to repair unsafe buildings, 47-1189 
Oil stoves, regulations as to, 47-1246 
Outward opening of doors in public assem- 
blages, 47-1256 

Party walls in cities and towns, 57-454, 57- 
455 

Penalties, 47-1180.1 
Permits — 

building permit, 47-1181 

Charleston County (this index) 
Lexington County, 14-2761 to 14- 
2764 
removal of building, permit for, 47-1183 
Public Buildings (this index) 
Ranges, regulations as to, 47-1243 
Register boxes for hot air furnaces, regula- 
tions as to, 47-1242 
Roofs, 47-1227 

restrictions as to openings, 47-1254 
School buildings. Schools (this index) 
Skylights, 47-1252 
Spring guns, setting of, 16-143 
Stairways, 47-1256 

door openings in stair enclosures, 47- 

1251 
hotels, boardinghouses, and restaurants, 

35-112 
regulations as to, 47-1250, 47-1251 
stair shafts, 47-1250 

Standpipes, business buildings to have, 47- 
1230 

Steam pipes, 47-1240 

Stovepipes, 47-1237 

Stoves, regulations as to, 47-1243, 47-1246 

Sullivan's Island (this index) 

Taxation of. Taxation (this index) 

Thickness of walls of buildings, power of 

municipality as to, 47-1001 
Timbers, specifications as to, 47-1231 
Towns of less than 5.000, building laws not 

applicable to, 47-1151 
Trap guns, setting of, 16-143 
Walls- 
dwelling houses, 47-1225 

floor area between, 47-1221 

hotels, 47-1225 

livery stables, 47-1225 

openings, 47-1229 

party walls in cities and towns, 57-454, 
57-455 

schedule of dimensions for, 47-1225 

stores, 47-1225 

warehouses, 47-1225 

when lesser thickness permissible, 47- 
1226 



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BUILDINGS— Cont'd 

Windows. 47-1229 

Woodwork near boilers, furnaces, etc., pro- 
tection of, 47-1245 

BUILDINGS, PUBLIC 
Public Buildings (this index) 

BULK SALES CONTRACTS 

Generally, 11-201 to 11-206 

Affidavit of no creditors, 11-201 

Failure to comply with requirements, effect 
of. 11-205 

Inventory of merchandise, fixtures, etc., re- 
quired, 11-201 (1) 

Narcotics, sale of stock of, 32-1470 

Notice to creditors of proposed sale, 11-202 
to 11-204 

Rules of evidence not affected by provisions 
as to, 11-206 

Schedule of creditors required, 11-201 (2) 

Service of notice of proposed sale, 11-202 
to 11-204 

BULL 

Lien of owner, 45-554 

BULL BAITING 

Sunday, prohibited, 64-1 

BULLETINS 

Railroads, posting bulletins as to late trains, 
58-1174 



BUNS 

Enriched flour, inapplicability of regula- 
tions requiring, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
453 [Reg. 8] 



BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS 
Vital Statistics (this index) 

BURGLARY AND HOUSEBREAKING 

See also Breaking and Entering 

Banks, breaking or entering with intent to 

steal, 16-336 
Common-law burglary, 16-331 
Conviction of, as disqualifying elector, SC 

Const, Art 2, § 6 
Dwelling house defined, 16-301 
Grand larcenv, stealing from house as, 16- 

3S2 
House, entry or concealment in, with intent 

to steal, 16-361 
Housebreaking, 16-332 
Jury's recommendation of mercy, effect of, 

16-331 
Parcel of dwelling house defined, 16-301 
Peremptory challenges, 38-211 
Tools for burglary, making, mending, or 

possessing, 16-302 

BURIAL 

Burial grounds. Cemeteries (this index) 
Coroner's inquiry, burial without. Coroner 

(this index) 
Dead animals, 32-557 
Health Board regulations, Rules S: Reg., 

Vol. 7, pp. 680-682 
Permits, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 680-683 
coroner to issue, when, 17-91 
sextons, duties of, with respect to. Rules 
S: Reg., Vol 7, p. 6S3 [Sec. 14] 



BURIAL ASSOCIATIONS 

Insurance law, applicability, 37-2 

BURNING 
Arson (this index) 



BUO YS BURNING CROSS 

Aids to navigation. Navigation (this index) Prohibited, 16-116, 16-117 



BURDEN OF PROOF 

Aircraft or pilot license, person relying on, 

in criminal prosecution, 2-59 
Narcotics, exceptions under Uniform Act, 

32-14S7 
Negligence in motor vehicle cases, 26-7 

speed limit as affecting burden of proof, 
26-7 
Negotiable Instruments (this index) 



BURYING GROUNDS 

Cemeteries (this index) 

BUSES 

See also Motor Carriers 

Cities over 70,000 (1940 census"), exemp- 
tions of certain buses, 5S-1501(6) 



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BUSES— Cont'd 

Cities 7 000 to 8.000 (1940 census), fran- 
chises in, 58-1541 to 58-1545 
Cities 35,000 to 45,000 (1920 census), fran- 
chises in, 47-569 
Cities 30,000 to 50,000 (1940 census), buses 

and taxicabs in, 58-1536 
Clearance lamps, 46-533, 46-534 
Denned — . . _ 

for purpose of Motor Vehicle Registra- 
tion and Licensing Act, 46-2 
for purpose of Traffic Regulation Law, 

46 " 217 , • 4««M 

Disabled, to display warning devices, 46-0^4, 

46 - 626 ,. t, 1 s 

Drinking water, ice for cooling, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 550 [Sec. 17] 
Flares to be carried by, 46-621 
Fuses to be carried by, 46-621 . 
Liquefied gas, combustible limits, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 70S [Reg. B.l] 
Loading freight on bus, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 770 [Reg. 2.094] 
Privies at bus stations, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 550 [Sec. 15] 
Red flag to be carried by, 46-621 
Red lantern to be carried by, 46-621 
Reflectors, 46-533, 46-534 
Refuse cans at bus stations, Rules & Keg., 

Vol. 7, p. 551 [Sec. 21] 
Rules and regulations of Public Service 
Commission, generally. Motor Car- 
riers (this index) 
Safety glass in, 46-593 
Sanitary measures applicable to stations, 

Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 549-551 
School buses. Schools (this index) 
Side marker lamps, 46-533, 46-534 _ _ 
Stations for, policemen at, in cities and 

towns over 1,000, 47-232 
Stop light, 46-533, 46-534 
Toilet facilities at bus stations, Rules a 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 550 [Sec. 10-15] 
Trolley buses — 
registration, 46-2 

fee, 46-37 
size, weight and load provisions as in- 
applicable to, 46-653 
width. 46-655 
Waiting rooms, sanitation of, Rules & Keg., 

Vol. 7, p. 549 [Sec. 1-9] 
Water at bus stations, Rules & Reg., Vol. /, 

pp. 550. 551 [Sec. 16-20] 
Width, 46-655 

BUSHEL 
Standard weight of, 66-157 

BUSINESS 

Chain Store Taxes (this index) 
Corporations generally. Corporations (this 
index) 



BUSINESS LEAGUES 
Income tax exemption, 65-226 

BUSINESS NAMES 

Business establishments, names of, 48-1 to 

48-4 
Clerk of courts, filing with, 48-1 to 48-3 
fees, 48-3 

BUSINESS SCHOOLS 

Advertising, restrictions on, 21-673 

Board of Education, State, to issue rules and 

regulations, 21-675 
Colleges or universities giving special 

courses in commercial education as not 

within statute. 21-674 
Degrees to be conferred only with approval 

of State Board of Education, -21-671, 

21-672 
Home study schools, approval of Mate 

Board of Education required, 21-677 
Penalties for violating statutory require- 
ments, 21-676 



BUSSES 
Buses (this index) 

BUS STATIONS 
Buses (this index) 



BUTCHER 

Monopoly, licensing of butcher holding, 47- 
72 



BUTTER 

Imitations. Milk and Milk Products (this 

index) 
Ingredients not to be used in, 32-1604 

BUTYL ACETATE 

Exposure to, threshold limits, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 559 [Sec. 6] 

BUTYL ALCOHOL 

Exposure to, threshold limits, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 559 [Sec. 6] 
Poisoning by, as reportable disease, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 553 [Sec. 5] 



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BUZZARDS ROOST 

Lake, agreement with Laurens County as 
to park and recreational facilities at, 51- 
371 

Power project, Public Service Authority 
Law not to affect, 59-6 



BUZZARDS 

Destructive birds, classification as, 28-4 

BYLAWS 
Corporations (this index) 

CABBAGE 

Germination standard, Rules & Reg. Vol. 

7, p. 459 [Reg. 4] 
Standard bushel, 66-157 

CADETS 
Citadel (this index) 

CADMIUM 

Exposure to, threshold limits, Rules & Reg. 
VoL 7, p. 559 [Sec. 6] 

CAFES 

Hotels, Boarding Houses, and Restaurants 
(this index) 

CAFETERIAS 

Hotels, Boarding Houses, and Restaurants 
(this index) 

CAKES 

Enriched flour, inapplicability of regulations 
requiring, Rules & Reg. VoL 7, p. 453 
[Reg. 8] 

CALAMITY 
Disaster (this index) 

CALCIUM 

Corn meal and grits may contain, 32-1552 

CALCIUM ARSENATE 
Insecticides and Fungicides (this index) 



CALENDARS 

See also Dockets and Docketing. 

Generally, 10-1101 to 10-1121 

Bar calendars, 15-1767(5), 15-1768 
Circuit Court rules, Cir Ct Rules 1, 26 
Clerks of Courts (this index) 
Common pleas calendars, generally, 10-1101 
to 10-1106; Cir Ct Rule 26 
carrying calendars forward, 10-1104 
clerk's neglect of duty, penalty for, 10-1105 
eleventh circuit, calling in, 15-281 
priority of cases for trial, 10-1106 

default cases, 10-1102(3) 
summons and complaint, filing as notice 
of trial, 10-1101 
Common pleas calendars in counties contain- 
ing city of 60,000 to 70,000, 1940 census, 
10-1110 to 10-1121 
appeals from other courts or administra- 
tive bodies, entry of, 10-1111 
bringing calendar forward, 10-1121 
calling of list of cases for, 10-1113 
consolidation, 10-1110 to 10-1116 
contents, who may make entries, 10-1119 
contents of file book or calendar, 10-1111 
numbering of causes, 10-1112 to 10-1115 
placement on jury or nonjury calendar, 

10-1113 
pleadings, filing of, 10-1115 
rosters of jury and nonjury cases, 10-1117 
clerk to attend roster meeting and 
prepare preliminary and final ros- 
ters, 10-1119 
settlement or other disposition, order upon, 

10-1114 
striking case from, 10-1120 
trial or hearing, entry on calendar as pre- 
requisite to, 10-1118 
Contents, 15-1767(5) 
Contingent calendars. General Sessions 

Courts (this index) 
Default judgment, calendar for, 10-1102 
Entries on, 15-1769 
General Sessions Courts (this index) 
Laurens County Domestic Relations Court, 

entry of cases, 15-1293 
Preservation of, 15-1769 
Probate court, Prob Ct Rule 1 
Records, calendars as, 15-1769 
Supreme Court, 15-142, 15-143 



CALHOUN COUNTY 

For matters relating to counties generally, 
see Counties. 



Agriculture 
index) 

Bonds generally — 
Bonds (this index) 
Counties (this index) 



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CALHOUN COUNTY— Cont'd 

Boxing Commission, 5-304 

Boundaries, 14-59 

Bridges generally. Bridges (this index) 

Carnivals and traveling tent shows in, 5-2 

Chain gang generally. Chain Gangs (this 

index) 
Circuit court and terms, 15-261, 15-262 

generally. Circuit Courts (this index) 
Claims against, generally. Counties (this 

index) 
Clerks of courts — 

generally. Clerks of Courts (this in- 
dex) 
bond, amount of, 15-1706 
fees, 27-74 
Congressional districts, 23-554 
Constables — - 

generally. Constables (this index) 
fees and costs for services in circuit 
court, 43-319 
Coroners generally. Coroners (this index) 
Cotton weighers, oath and bond of, 13-155 
Court crier, 15-1925 
Courts — 

circuit court and terms, 15-261, 15-262 

Clerks of courts, supra 

constables, fees and costs for services 

in circuit court, 43-319 
County Courts (this index) 
crier, 15-1925 

jurors, compensation, 38-308(2) 
Sheriff, infra 
Drainage, generally. Drainage (this index) 
Elections, generally. Counties (this index) 
Fairs, generally. Fairs and Fair Associa- 
tions (this index). 
Finances, generally. Counties (this index) 
Fine for failure to pay road tax, 33-1023 
Fiscal year, generally, 14-16, 14-17 
Forestry board, 29-55 to 29-58. 
Forfeited land commission — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
borrowing money, 65-3001 
Game zone, 28-5 
Governing body generally. Counties (this 

index) 
Health boards generally. Health Boards 

(this index) 
Highways — 
generally — - 

Counties (this index) 
Highways (this index) 
commutation tax for, 33-1021 to 33-1024 
rural mail routes, duty to maintain, 
33-805 
House of Representatives, number of mem- 
bers apportioned to, 30-1 
Ice plants, municipal, exception from pro- 
vision permitting, SC Const, Art 8, 
§13 
Jail generally. Jails and Jailors (this in- 
dex) 



CALHOUN COUNTY— Cont'd 

Jurors' compensation, 38-308(2) 
Libraries generally. Counties (this index) 
Licenses generally. Counties (this index) 
Magistrates generally. Magistrates (this 

index) 
Marriage license fees, disposition of, 20-32 
Master generally. Counties (this index) 
Ofiicers generally. Counties (this index) 
Peddling horses or mules, 56-1231 to 56-1235 
Planning. Counties (this index) 
Polling precincts in, 23-162 
Probate court generally. Probate Courts 

(this index) 
Public Welfare Board. Counties (this in- 
dex) 
Public Welfare Department. Counties 

(this index) 
Recall of intendant or warden in towns 

under 1,000, 47-131 to 47-134 
Recording fees, 27-74 

Rolling store, requirement of peddler's li- 
cense for, 56-1204, 56-1205 
Rural police generally. Rural Police (this 

index) 
Schools — 

generally — 

Counties (this index) 
Schools (this index) 
taxes, special provision, 21-929 
trustees — 

vacancies, how filled, 21-1551 
Sheriff— 

generally. Sheriffs (this index) 
bond, amount of, 53-55 
Sinking funds generally. Counties (this in- 
dex) 
Soil conservation committee area for selec- 
tion of members, 63-61.1 
Supervisor's'term of office, 14-1101 
Tax anticipation borrowing generally. 

Counties (this index) 
Tax collector, 65-2101 to 65-2114 
appointment, 65-2101 
bond, 65-2102 
executions to enforce payment, 65-2108 

to 65-2111 
powers, 65-2107 
removal, 65-2103 
reports — 

monthly, 65-2112 
to auditor, 65-2113 
settlements with treasurer, 65-2112 
term of office, 65-2103 
vacancy in office, how filled, 65-2104 
Taxes — 

generally — 

Counties (this index) 
Taxation (this index) 
executions to collect, 65-2108 to 65-2111 
fees, 65-2111 
reports on, 65-2113 



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CALHOUN COUNTY— Cont'd 

Taxes — Cont'd 

exemption of cotton or textile enter- 
prises, SC Const, Art 8, § 8 
highway purposes, 33-1021 to 33-1024 
mandatory character of provisions pre- 
scribing duties of tax officers, 65- 
2114 
payment with school claims, 65-1981 
Tourist camp and road house provisions 

inapplicable to, 35-208 
Treasurer generally. Counties (this index) 



CALHOUN FALLS, TOWN OF 

Annual tax on property, limits as to, 47- 
244 



CALLS 

Corporations (this index) 

CALORIMETER 

Gas companies to own and maintain, Rules 
& Reg. Vol. 7, p. 825 [Rule 23] 



CAMDEN, CITY OR TOWN OF 
— Cont'd 

Parking fees, restrictions on, 46-487 

Police radio system, joint system with rural 
police, 53-577 

Public works commissioners, who to act 
instead of, 59-174 

Sewer bonds, when not within constitution- 
al debt limit, SC Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 
7, p. 223] 

Streets, bonds for establishing and main- 
taining as not within constitutional 
debt limit, SC Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 
7, p. 223] 

Waterworks, bonds for, when not with- 
in constitutional debt limit, SC Const, 
Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 223] 



CAMDEN ACADEMY 
Tax exemption, 65-1523(21) 

CAMDEN HOSPITAL 

Tax exemption, 65-1323(3) 
Tax for caring for the sick poor, levy of, 
32-822 



CALX CHLORINATA 

Dangerous substance as including, 32-1801 
(8) 



CAMERON, TOWN OF 

Annual tax on property, limit as to, 47-170 
Cotton Weighers and Weighing (this index) 



CAMDEN, CITY OR TOWN OF 

Airport, 2-361 

Bonded indebtedness, when not within con- 
stitutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 
8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 223] 

Carnivals and traveling tent shows in, 5-7 
City manager, 47-636 

Commission form of government in cities 
of 4,000 to 10,000,47-642 

Cotton Weighers and Weighing (this in- 
dex) 

Council — 

mavor and commissioners constituting, 

47-635 
meetings, 47-637 
office hours, 47-639 
powers, 47-638 
Electric light plant, bonds for, when not 
within constitutional debt limit, SC 
Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 223] 
Mayor and commissioners — 

as constituting city council, 47-635 
election of, 47-631 
terms of office, 47-632 
vacancies in office, 47-633 
[8SCCode] — 9 



CAMP MEETINGS 

Deputy sheriffs for, 53-121 to 53-125 

Drinking water, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 
560 [Sec. 3] 

Food stuff offered for sale at, sanitary re- 
quirements, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p 560 
[Sec 4] 

Toilet facilities at camp meeting grounds, 
Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 560 [Sees. 1, 2] 



CAMP MOORE 
Game propagation farm, 2S-521 

CAMPS 

Construction Camps (this index) 

Garbage, disposal of, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 

552 [Sec. 6] 
Living quarters, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 

552 [Sec. 7] 
Location, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 551 [Sec. 

2] 
Research, Planning and Development Board 

may acquire, maintain, etc., 9-310(4) 



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CAMPS— Cont'd 

Rubbish, camps to be free from, Rules & 

Reg. Vol. 7, p. 552 [Sec. 6] 
Sanitation, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, pp. 551, 

552 
Sleeping quarters, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 

552 [Sec. 7] 
Supervision, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 552 

[Sec. 8] 
Toilets, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 551 [Sec. 

4] 
Tourist Camps and Road Houses (this in- 
dex) 
Washing facilities, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

551 [Sec. 5] 
Waste water, disposal of, Rules & Reg. Vol. 

7, p. 552 [Sec. 6] 
Water supply, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 551 

[Sec. 3] 

CANADA 

Depositions de bene esse, taking of, 26-705 
Securities Act not applicable to securities 
of railroads or public service corpo- 
rations in, when, 62-51(4 to 6) 
Wills probated in, 19-284, 19-285 



CANADA THISTLE 

Noxious weed, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 458 
[Reg. 2] 



CANAL COMPANIES 

Bond- 
authority to issue, 58-693 
fictitious indebtedness prohibited, 58- 
682 
Charter — 

amendment, 58-667, 58-668 

application for, requirements, 30-303 

duration of, 58-670 

forfeiture for nonuser, 58-664 

General Assembly mav repeal or amend, 

58-672 
General Corporation Law, charter provi- 
sions of, as inapplicable, 12-51 
issue of, 58-660 
recording and filing of, 58-661 
Common carriers, SC Const, Art 9, § 3 
•Contracting against liability to passen- 
gers forbidden, SC Const, Art 9, § 3 
De facto corporation, validity of acts of, 

58-662 
Directors — 

number of, 58-657 

stockholders, directors to be, 58-681 
Discrimination — 

in charges or facilities prohibited, SC 
Const, Art 9, § 5 



CANAL COMPANIES— Cont'd 

Discrimination — Cont'd 

legislation to prevent, duty of legis- 
lature to enact, SC Const, Art 9, § 13 
Eminent Domain (this index) 
Existing canal rights of State, 58-695 
Incorporation and organization — • 
Charter, supra 
fees of Secretary of State — 

amendment of charter, 58-667 
petition, filing and indexing, 58-655 
State treasury, payment into, 58-671 
irregularities, 58-662 
petition, 58-651 

opposition to, 58-654 
publication of notice, 58-653 
time for organization, 58-657 
Incorporators — 

failure to file return, 58-659 
official commission, 58-655 
return of, 58-658 

turning over papers to corporation, 58- 
663 

Intermediate points, rates to, SC Const, Art 
9, §5 

Mortgage of property and franchise of, 
58-693 

Name, change to be authorized by stock- 
holders, 58-668 
Officers, election of, 58-657 
Powers of, generally, 58-691 
State may acquire property of, 58-694 
Stock and stockholders — 

charter amendments, authorization of, 

58-668 
fictitious stock prohibited, 58-682 
increase or decrease of stock — 
capital stock, provisions of General Cor- 
poration Law as inapplicable, 12-271 
stockholders to authorize, 58-668 
inspection of books, stockholders' right 

of, 58-685 
meetings, 58-683 

pre-emptive rights of stockholders on in- 
crease of stock, 58-669 
subscriptions — 

how payable, 58-656 
opening books for, 58-655 
publication of notice, 58-655 
transfer only on corporation's books, 

58-684 
voting rights, 58-683 
when stock to be issued, 58-665 
Taxation — 

apportionment of movable assets for 

purpose of, 65-1509 
State's reservation of right of, 58-673 
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CANALS 

Particular canals, see under name of canal 

Canal Companies (this index) 

Condemnation of property of or for. Emi- 
nent Domain (this index) 

Corporation's power to construct and oper- 
ate for own use, 12-103 

Drainage generally. Drainage (this index) 

Taxation, 65-1722 

Waters generally. Waters and Water- 
courses (this index) 



CANARY SEED 

Standard bushel, 66-157 



CANCELATION 

Bills of lading — ■ 

delivery of goods, cancelation of bill 
upon, 58-1734 
partial delivery of goods, 58-1735 
Charter of corporation. Corporations (this 

index) 
Chattel mortgage, entry of cancelation on 

records, 45-67 
Citadel, cancelation of bond for perform- 
ance of matriculation agreement, 22- 
315 
Insurance (this index) 
Judgment or Decree (this index) 
Mortgages, 45-65 to 45-67 

fees for entry of cancelation, 27-51 (6) 
local provisions, 27-68 to 27-101 
Negotiable Instruments (this index) 
Soft drink license or tax stamps, 65-777 
penalty for failure to cancel, 65-777 
Wills, 19-221 



CANCER 
Generally, 32-611 to 32-621 

Acquisition of laboratories, hospitals, etc., 
by State Board of Health, 32-619 

Control measures, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 
555 [Sec. 8] 

Educational plan for control of, 32-621 
Hospital cancer units, plans for, 32-611 
Indigents — 

extent and terms of aid to, 32-620 
plan for treatment in general hospitals, 
32-611 
State Board of Health, powers and duties 
of, 32-611,32-619 to 32-621 

State Medical College, clinic at, 32-612 to 
32-618 
annual report, 32-617 
director, 32-614, 32-617 
establishment, 32-612, 32-613 



CANCER— Cont'd 

State Medical College — Cont'd 

funds, authority to accept, 32-618 
hospital treatment of cancer patients, 

32-615, 32-616 
laboratory and equipment, 32-615 
personnel, 32-614 

persons to whom facilities available, 
32-616 



CANDY 
Confectionery (this index) 

CANE SEED 
Standard bushel, 66-15" 

CANNABIS 
Narcotics (this index) 



CANNERIES 

Fisheries Board's supervision of, 28-841 

et seq 
Iodine label, use of, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, 

pp. 839, 840 
Shell Fish (this index) 



CANS 
Containers (this index) 



CANTALOUPES 

Barrel, standard, 66-157 
Bushel, standard, 66-157 
Germination standard, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, 

p. 459 [Reg. 4] 
Railroad freight rates, publication of, 58- 

1067 



CANVASSING 

Elections (this index) 

Hawkers and Peddleis (this index) 



CAPIAS AD SATISFACIENDUM 

Recognizance forfeited, 17-574 

CAPITAL 
Corporations (this index) 

CAPITAL AIRPORT 
Generally, 2-201 to 2-205 



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CAPITAL OFFENSES AND 
PUNISHMENT 

Assignment of counsel for accused, 17-507 
Bail- 
appeal, accused not entitled to bail dur- 
ing pendency of, 7-8 
constitutional provisions as to, SC Const, 

Art 1, §20 
magistrate not authorized to admit to, 
43-241 
Copy of indictment for accused, 17-408 
Duelling, death penalty for killing in, 16-63 
Guards to secure prisoner accused of, sher- 
iff's power to impress, 55-421 
How persons held to answer for capital 

crimes, US Const, 5th Amend 
Kidnapping, punishment for, 16-91 
Lynching, punishment for, 16-57 
Murder, punishment for, 16-52 
New trial for newly discovered evidence, 

practice as to, Sup Ct Rule 24 
Rape, punishment for, 16-72 
Reprieve or commutation, duties of pro- 
bation, parole and pardon board, 55-641 
Sentence and execution, 55-371 to 55-377 
affirmance on appeal, etc., execution 
of sentence upon, 17-578 to 17-581 
body, disposition of, 55-377 

dead bodies to be turned over to 
board for distribution, 9-503, 
9-504 
certificate of execution, 55-376 
certified copy to State penitentiary, 55- 

371 
directors of State penitentiary to pro- 
vide for execution of sentence, 55- 
374 
electrocution, execution by, 55-373 
superintendent of State penitentiary to 

direct execution of sentence, 55-373 
surgeon of State penitentiary, attend- 
ance at execution of death penalty, 
55-375, 55-376 
transportation of convict to State peni- 
tentiary, 55-372 
expenses to be paid by county of 
conviction, 55-374 
witnesses at executions, 55-375 
writing, sentence to be in, 55-371 
Spying in time of war, 44-353, 44-354, 
44-356 



CAPITAL STOCK 

Banks (this index) 

Cooperative Associations (this index) 

Corporations (this index) 



CAPITATION TAX 
Taxation (this index) 



CAPITOL BUILDING 
State House (this index) 

CAPPERS 

Dentists' unprofessional conduct in employ- 
ment of, 56-573 

CAPS 

Soft drinks, crowns as substitute stamps, 65- 

770 to 65-772 
Motor bus drivers, caps to be worn by, 

Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 808 [Rule 74J 

CAPTURES 

Congress, powers of, US Const, Art 1, § 8 
(11) 

CARAVANS, MOTOR 

Operation of, on highways, 46-395 

CARBOLIC ACID 
Phenol (this index) 

CARBONATED WATER 

Stamp tax on, 65-763 

CARBON DISULPHIDE 

Exposure to, threshold limits, Rules & Reg. 

Vol. 7, p. 559 [Sec. 6] 
Poisoning by, as reportable disease, Rules 

& Reg. Vol. 7, p. 553 [Sec. 5] 

CARBON MONOXIDE 

Exposure to, threshold limits, Rules & Reg. 

Vol. 7, p. 559 [Sec. 6] 
Poisoning by, as reportable disease, Rules 

& Reg.," Vol. 7, p. 553 [Sec. 5] 

CARBON TETRACHLORIDE 

Exposure to, threshold limits, Rules & Reg. 

Vol. 7, p. 559 [Sec. 6] 
Poisoning by, reportability, Rules &. Reg. 

Vol. 7, p. 553 [Sec. 5] 

CARDOON 

Germination standard, Rules & Reg. Vol. 
7, p. 459 [Reg. 4] 






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CARDS 

Fortunetelling by, penalty for, 16-572 
Playing cards, taxes on. Stamp Taxes 
(this index) 

CARGO INSURANCE 

Motor carriers, requirement of cargo insur- 
ance, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 806 [Rules 
58, 59] 

CARLISLE, TOWN OF 

Annual tax on property, limits as to, 47- 
163 



CARLISLE COURTNEY HOME 

Payments by counties to, 71-264 

CARLOAD SHIPMENTS 
Carriers (this index) 

CARNAL INTERCOURSE 
Sexual Intercourse (this index) 

CARNIVALS 

Amusements and Athletic Contests (this 
index) 

CAROLINA ORPHAN HOME 

Payments by counties to, 71-264 

Teachers' retirement fund in Richland 
County school districts 2B and 4 
through 33, inclusion in, 61-521 

CAROLINA WREN 

Protected, 28-451 
State bird, 28-2 



CARP 

For statutory provisions generally applicable 

to fiish, but not specifically designating 

this species, see Fish and Game 

Open season, 28-595 

Taking of, in split wood baskets in Zone 
2, 28-573 



CARRIER PIGEONS 

Shooting, killing or maiming penalized, 28- 
463, 28-464 



CARRIERS 

See also Motor Carriers; Railroads 

Generally, 58-551 to 58-634 

Abandoned freight. Unclaimed freight, in- 
fra 
Accident and health insurance covering 
passengers, under policy issued to car- 
rier, 37-521 
Accommodations for passengers, penalty for 

violations as to, 58-1177 
Aeronauts or air passengers, effect of con- 
tracts made during flight, 2-9 
Agents — 

explosives, notice to agent of carrier, 

58-612 
passenger service of railroads, police 
powers of agents, 58-1221 to 58-1223 
Proceedings involving common carriers 
by rail, practice and procedure be- 
fore Public Service Commission, in- 
fra 
Special constables or officers, infra 
who deemed, 58-1268 
Air carriers, liability for injuries to pas- 



sengers. 



2-22 



by rail- 
6-346 



Animals, 58-1122 to 58-1127 
animal diseases — 

peace officers authorized to stop and 
check carriers of imported live- 
stock, 6-493 
penalties in civil liability for viola- 
tion of provisions as to impor- 
tation of cattle, 6-494 
cruelty to, 6-9 to 6-11 
information to be furnished 
roads to shippers, 58-1127 
inspection of livestock carriers, 
prompt loading and unloading, 58-1122 
stock cars to be maintained in sanitary 
condition, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 
494 [Reg. 1] 
unclaimed livestock, 58-603 
Baggage (this index) 
Bedbugs in cars, extermination of, Rules & 

Reg. Vol. 7, p. 626 [Sec. 20] 
Bills of Lading (this index) 
Brushing of passengers' clothing in cars in 
service, prohibited, Rules & Reg. Vol. 
7, p. 626 [Sec. 24] 
Buses (this index) 
Canal Companies (this index) 
Carload shipments — 

defined, Rules & Reg. Vol. 

[Rule 41] 
handling at nonagencv stations. Rules & 

Reg. Vol. 7, p. 757 [Rule 48] 
minimum weight, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 

756 [Rule 39] 
rates for less than carloads not to exceed 
carload rates, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 756 [Rule3S] 



756 



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CARRIERS— Cont'd 

Carload shipments — Cont'd 

reweighing shipments. Rules & Reg. Vol. 

7, p. 757 [Rule 47] 
tank cars of oil, weighing of, Rules & 
Reg. Vol. 7, p. 757 [Rule 47] 
Charges. Fares, Rates, and Charges of Car- 
riers (this index) 
Chicken pox, persons afflicted with or car- 
riers of, restrictions on transportation, 
Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 623 [Sec. 3] 
Cholera, persons afflicted with, not to be 
transported, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 623 
[Sees. 1,2] 
Cisterns at stations, screening of, Rules & 

Reg. Vol. 7, p. 629 [Sec. 63] 
Claims. Loss or damage to goods, infra 
Cleaning out conveyances, Rules & Reg. 

Vol. 7, p. 626 [Sees. 16-20] 
Coal, reweighing by railroads, 58-1111 to 
58-1115 
Public Service Commission rules and 
regulations as to, Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7, p. 757 [Rule 47] 
Combs and brushes, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, 
p. 626 [Sec. 27] 
in railway stations, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, 
p. 628 [Sec. 52] 
Connecting rail carriers — 
bills of lading — 

discrimination by connecting rail car- 
riers, 58-1158, 58-1160 
nondelivery, liability of connecting 
carrier for, 58-1741, .58-1742 
continuous service to be furnished by, 

58-1151 
deemed one carrier when operated by 

same company, 58-1141 
delivering cars from other roads on 

equal terms, 58-1161 
discrimination prohibited — 

as to deliveries, 58-1157, 58-1160 

as to freight and freight rates, 58-1157 

to 58-1160 
as to issuing bills of lading, 58-1158, 

58-1160 
as to receiving freight, 58-1158, 58- 

1160 
rules and regulations of Public 
Service Commission, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 754 [Rule 27] 
fees for transfer of cars to connecting 
tracks on demand of consignee, 
58-1150 
interchange of traffic, SC Const, Art 
9, §6 
furnishing facilities for, 58-1144 
other states, connection with carriers in, 

SC Const, Art 9, § 6 
penalties for violations, 58-1155, 58-1156 
rates and charges. Fares, Rates, and 
Charges of Carriers (this index) 



CARRIERS— Cont'd 

Connecting rail carriers — Cont'd 

refusal to pay freight to connecting 

carrier, 58-1162 
shipper may designate route, 58-1154 
through transportation, necessary de- 
fendants in proceedings before Pub- 
lic Service Commission on complaint 
as to, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 759 
[Rule 4] 
transfer of cars to connecting tracks on 
demand of consignee, 58-1150 
Consolidation with competing lines, SC 

Const, Art 9, § 7 
Constables. Special constables, infra 
Consumptives, restrictions on transporta- 
tion of, Rules and Reg., Vol. 7, p. 625 
[Sec. 9] 
Contagious diseases, restrictions on trans- 
portation of persons who are carriers of 
or afflicted with, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
pp. 623,624 [Sec. 3, 4] 
Contracts between carriers, telephone, and 
telegraph companies, powers of Pub- 
lic Service Commission, 58-8, 58-9 
Contracts of aeronauts or air passengers 
made during flight, effect of contracts, 
2-9 
Contracts of shipment, interfering with, 
58-1262 
damages for, 58-1263 
Corn, milling-in-transit rules. Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 758 [Rule 51] 
Corporations classifiable as, SC Const, Art 

9,% 3 
County seat, passenger trains to stop at, 

58-1172 
Cuspidors, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 626 
[Sec. 29] 
in waiting rooms, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 628 [Sec. 49] 
Damage to goods. Loss or damage to 

goods, infra 
Dead bodies being distributed for scien- 
tific purposes, transportation of, 9-506 
Defined, for purpose of Workmen's Com- 
pensation Act, 72-5 
Delays in transportation of railroad freight 
prohibited, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 755 
[Rule 34] 
Delivery of goods, railroads to deliver 

on presentation of receipt, 58-1101 
Demurrage. Fares, Rates, and Charges of 

Carriers (this index) 
Depots. Railroads (this index) 
Dining cars — - 

cleaning of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 627 

[Sec. 38, 39] 
communicable disease, persons infected 
with, not to be employed in dining 
cars, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 628 
[Sec. 43] 



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CARRIERS— Cont'd 

Dining cars — Cont'd 

drinking alcoholic liquors in, 4-100 
food containers, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

627 [Sec. 39] 

food spoiled or tainted not to be served, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 627 [Sec. 
40] 

garbage, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 627, 

628 [Sec. 41] 

hand washing by employees, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 627 [Sec. 37] 
inspection, daily, by person in charge, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 628 [Sec. 
42] 
kitchen utensils, care of, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 627 [Sec. 38] 
lavatories in. Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 627 

[Sec. 35] 
milk served in. Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

627 [Sec. 40] 
physical examination of employees, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 628 [Sec. 43] 
screening of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 627 

[Sec. 35] 
tableware, care of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 627 [Sec. 38] 
Diphtheria, persons afflicted with, or car- 
riers of, restrictions on transportation, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 623 [Sec. 3] 
Discontinuing passenger trains without au- 
thority, penalty, 58-1176 
Discrimination in charges or facilities — 
Connecting rail carriers, supra 
Fares, Rates, and Charges of Carriers 

(this index) 
legislation to prevent, duty of Legisla- 
ture to enact, SC Const, Art 9, § 13 
penalty for unjust discrimination, 58-1077 
storage of freight, penalty for dis- 
crimination or excessive charges, 
58-10S6 
prohibited, SC Const, Art 9, § 5 
Disinfection of conveyances, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 626 [Sec. 16-20] 
conveyances vacated by infected per- 
sons, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 625 
[Sec. 10] 
Disorderly conduct by passenger, 58-739 

ejection of disorderly passenger, 58-1222 
Drinking cups, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 626 

[Sec. 25] 
Drinking fountains at stations, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 629 [Sec. 61] 
Drinking water, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 625 
[Sec. 11-15] 
at railway stations, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

p 629 [Sec. 59-61] 
in railway cars, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
627 [Sec. 31] 
Dysentery, restrictions on transportation of 
persons afflicted with, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 623 [Sec. 4] 



CARRIERS— Cont'd 

Ejection of passengers — 

disorderly conduct, 58-1222 
separation of races, refusal to obey law 
as to, 58-720 
Encephalitis, persons afflicted with, or car- 
riers of, restrictions on transportation, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 623 [Sec. 3] 
Evidence, certain instruments or copies as, 

26-8 
Explosives, 58-611 to 58-617 
carrier may refuse, 58-612 
defined, 58-611 

injuries by improperly carried explo- 
sives, liability for, 58-617 
notice to agent of carrier, 58-612 
packing and marking of, 58-612 
penalty for violations, 58-614 
Public Service Commission to make 

rules for carrying of, 58-613 
search and seizure — 

forfeiture of seized explosives, 58-616 
magistrate may issue warrant for, 
58-615 
transportation in passenger vehicles or 
trains, 58-613 
Express companies — 

generally. Express Companies (this in- 
dex) 
Unclaimed freight, infra 
Family use of interchangeable railroad 

mileage books, 58-1074 
Fares, Rates, and Charges of Carriers (this 

index) 
Fertilizers, duty with respect to nonrecent 
cancelation of inspection tax tags or 
stamps, 3-567 
Fleas in cars, extermination of, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 626 [Sec. 20] 
Forwarding goods according to directions, 

railroad's duty as to, 58-1102 
Fraud or deceit, cars from other roads to 

be delivered without, 58-1161 
Fraudulent evasion of toll or fare, 58-552, 

58-553 
Free passes, 58-4, 58-5 

Public Service Commission, agents and 

members of, 58-58 
scene of accident, free transportation 
for Public Service Commission to, 
58-1208: Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 752 [Rule 13] 
Gasoline, reports of, to Tax Commission, 
65-1053 

General Railroad Law, applicability of, 58- 

853, 58-854 
Grain — 

cleaning and grading in transit, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 757 [Rule 50] 
milling-in-transit rules for wheat or corn, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 758 [Rule 
51] 



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CARRIERS— Cont'd 

Health Board regulations relating to, Rules 

& Keg., Vol. 7, pp. 623-632 
Health officers to be notified as to pas- 
sengers having certain diseases, Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 624 [Sec. 5] 
Heating of cars, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

627 [Sec. 32] 

Ice for cooling drinking water, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, pp .625, 627 [Sec. 12, 31] 

Influenza, persons afflicted with, or carriers 

of, restrictions on transportation. Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 623 [Sec. 3] 

Injuries by improperly carried explosives, 

liability for, 58-617 
Injuries to passengers — 

accident and health insurance policies 

issued to carriers, 37-521 
air carriers, liability of, 2-22 
injured person's rights not affected by 
General Railroad Law, 58-1275 
Interchangeable railroad mileage books, 

family use of, 58-1074 
Interchange of traffic. Connecting rail car- 
riers, supra 
Interstate trains, restrictions as to retail 

liquor dealers inapplicable to, 4-83 
Interstate transportation rates, powers of 
Public Service Commission as to, 58-2 
Isolation of passengers afflicted with com- 
municable disease, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
pp. 623, 624 [Sec. 3-9] 
Joint rates, connecting rail carriers. Fares, 
Rates, and Charges of Carriers (this 
index) 
Lavatories in cars, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

p. 627 [Sec. 33, 35] 
LCL shipments. Less than carload ship- 
ments, infra 
Legislature's duty to enact laws for regu- 
lation of, SC Const, Art 9, § 13 
Leprosy, persons having, restrictions on 
transportation of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
pp. 624, 625 [Sec. 8] 
Less than carload shipments — 

handling at nonagency stations, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p."757 [Rule 48] 
rates not to exceed carload rates, Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 756 [Rule 38] 
Lice in carp, extermination of, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 626 [Sec. 20] 
Livestock. Animals, supra 
Local shipments by rail, applicability of 
Public Service Commission rules and 
regulations, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 753 
[Rule 22] 
Loss or damage to goods, liability for, 
58-571 to 58-579 
advice of loss, 58-572, 58-573 
amount carrier liable for, 58-594 
claims — 

adjustments, time limit for, 58-594 
copies, carriers may retain, 58-577 



CARRIERS— Cont'd 

Loss or damages to goods, etc. — Cont'd 
claims — Cont'd 

return of papers on denial of liability, 

58-577 
rights of claimant not affected, 58-578 
common law liability not affected by 

public notice, 58-571 
connecting lines, liability of, 58-574, 

58-575 
conversion of goods by carrier, measure 

of damages for, 58-576 
penalties- 
baggage, wilful or reckless injury to, 

58-579 
claim papers, failure to return, 58-577 
conversion of goods, 58-576 
failing to trace property, 58-572, 
58-573 
tracing of property, 58-572, 58-573 
water carriers, applicability to, -58-553 
Machine guns, transportation of, 16-122, 

16-125 
Measles, persons afflicted with, or carriers 
of, restrictions on transportation, Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 623 [Sec. 3] 
Mosquitoes — 

cars, extermination in, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 626 [Sec. 20] 
stations, control at, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 629 [Sec. 63] 
Motor Carriers (this index) 
Mumps, persons afflicted with, or carriers 
of, restrictions on transportation, Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 623 [Sec. 3] 
Narcotics, applicability of Uniform Act, 

32-1486 
Navigation Companies (this index) 
Nonagency railroad stations, handling 
freight at, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 757 
[Rule 48] 
Odors in cars, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 626 

[Sec. 19] 
Oil, weighing loaded tank cars, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 757 [Rule 47] 
Paratyphoid fever, restrictions on transpor- 
tation of persons afflicted with, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 623 [Sec. 4] 
Passenger cars, drinking alcohol in, 4-100 
Passenger rates. Fares, Rates, and Charges 

of Carriers (this index) 
Passenger service of railroads, 58-1171 to 
58-1184 
see also other appropriate lines in this 
topic 
accommodations for passengers, 58-1177 
baggage checks, 58-1184 
cinder deflectors on passenger cars, 
58-1182, 58-1183. Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7, p. 753 [Rule 17] 
close train connections, Public Service 
Commission to require, 58-1173 



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CARRIERS— Cont'd 

Passenger service of railroads — Cont'd 
county seats, trains to stop at, 58-1172 
depots, Public Service Commission may 

require erection of, 58-1179 
discontinuing trains, approval of Public 
Service Commission required for, 
58-1176 
Fares, Rates, and Charges of Carriers 

(this index) 
formation of trains, 58-1199 
Free passes, supra 
frequency, 58-1173 
late trains, posting bulletins as to, 58- 

1174 
lighting cars with naphtha, etc., prohibit- 
ed, 58-1197 
police powers of agents, 5S-1221 to 58- 

1223 
rules and regulations of Public Service 
Commission, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 750 et seq. 
second-class coaches or tickets, 58-1181 
separate closets at stations, 58-1180 
station stops, trains to stop at, 58-1171 
Public Service Commission rule as to, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 753 
[Rule 19] 
stoves in passenger cars, fastening of, 

58-1197 
Sundays, operation of railroads on, 

58-1021 to 58-1024 
time tables, change to be published, 

58-1175 
waiting rooms for passengers, 58-1178 
Passenger trains — 

freight cars, handling on first class pas- 
senger trains, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 757 [Rule 49] 
gross negligence, penalty for, 58-1260 
Physicians, railroad's duty to summon, in 
case of accident, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
752 [Rule 13] 
Plague, persons afflicted with, not to be 
transported, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
623 [Sec. 1, 2] 
Platform scales. Public Service Commis- 
sion's jurisdiction, 58-1115 
Pneumonia, persons afflicted with, or car- 
riers of, restrictions on transportation, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 623 [Sec. 3] 
Police. Special constables or officers, infra 
Privies at stations, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
629 [Sec. 58] 
examination of witnesses, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 761 [Rule 24] 
Proceedings involving common carriers by 
rail, practice and procedure before Pub- 
lic Service Commission, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, pp. 758 to 764 [Rules 1 to 35] 
abstract of evidence in briefs, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 762 [Rule 29(a)] 



CARRIERS— Cont'd 

Proceedings involving common carriers by 
rail, etc. — Cont'd 
address — 

papers to show address of person 
signing, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
764 [Rule 33] 
Public Service Commission, address 
of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 764 
[Rule 35] 
agent. Attorney or agent, infra, this 

group 
amended complaint — 

answer to, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

760 [Rule 16] 

service of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

761 [Rule 19] 

amendment of pleadings. Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 761 [Rule 21] 
answers, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 760, 
761 [Rules 15 to 18] 
preparation of, specifications as to, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 764 [Rule 
33] 
appearance — 

general investigations, appearance 
without leave to intervene, Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 759 [Rule 8] 
in person or by agent or attorney, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 759 
[Rule 2] 
argument, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 762 
[Rule 29] 
reargument, application for, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 763 [Rule 31(a), 
(c)] 
attorney or agent — 

appearance by, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

p. 759 [Rule 2] 
service of papers upon. Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 761 [Rule 20] 
signature of papers by, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 764 [Rule 33] 
briefs. Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 762 [Rule 
29] 
preparation of, specifications as to, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 76-i 
[Rule 33] 
carriers as applicant, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 759 [Rule 7] 
Chambers of Commerce, copies of pro- 
posed changes in Southern Classifi- 
cation, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 763 
[Rule 30(e)] 
changes in Southern Classification, pro- 
cedure for, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
763 [Rule 30(e)] 
compelling attendance of witnesses, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 761 [Rule 
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CARRIERS— Cont'd 

Proceedings involving common carriers by 
rail, etc. — Cont'd 
complaint or petition, Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7, pp. 759, 760 [Rules 9 to 14] 
answer to, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 

760, 761 [Rules 15 to 18] 
intervention, petition for. Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 759 [Rule 8] 
preparation of, specifications as to, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 764 
[Rule 33] 
rehearing, reargument, etc., petition 
for, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 763 
[Rule 31(a)] 
continuances, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

761 [Rule 22] 

copies. Number of copies, infra, this 
group 

depositions, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 761 
[Rule 26] 

discontinuance of proceedings on infor- 
mal docket, upon filing formal com- 
plaint, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 760 
[Rule 11] 

documentary evidence, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 762 [Rule 28] 
preparation of, specifications as to, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 764 
[Rule 33] 

ethical standards of agents or attorneys, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 759 [Rule 2] 

evidence — 

briefs to contain abstract of, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 762 [Rule 29(a)] 

documentary evidence, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 762 [Rule 28] 
further hearing, application for, state- 
ment as to further evidence, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 763 
[Rule 31(b)] 
transcript for parties, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 764 [Rule 32] 
exceptions. Objections and exceptions, 

infra, this group 
exhibits, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 762 
[Rule 28] 
preparation of, specifications as to, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 764 
[Rule 33] 
extension of time, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 761 [Rule 22] 
Sunday or holiday, acts falling due 
on, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 764 
[Rule 34] 
files of Public Service Commission, use 
as evidence, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

762 [Rule 28] 

formal complaints, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
pp. 759, 760 [Rules, 9, 12 to 14] 



CARRIERS— Cont'd 

Proceedings involving common carriers by 
rail, etc. — Cont'd 
hearings, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 761 
[Rules 24 to 27] 
further hearing, application for, Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 763 [Rule 31 
(a), (b)] 
public sessions and hearings, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 758 [Rule 1] 
rehearing, application for, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 763 [Rule 31(a), 
(c)] 
holiday — 

extension of time for acts falling due 
on, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 764 
[Rule 34] 
offices of Public Service Commission 
closed on, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 764 [Rule 34] 
incorporation by reference of record in 
other proceedings, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 762 [Rule 28] 
independent traffic managers, copies of 
proposed changes in Southern Clas- 
sification for, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 763 [Rule 30(e)] 
informal complaints, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, pp. 759, 760 [Rules 9 to 11] 
informal docket, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
760 [Rule 10] 
discontinuing proceedings on, upon 
filing formal complaint, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 760 [Rule 11] 
interveners, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 759 

[Rule 8] 
intervention, petition for, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 759 [Rule 8] 
answer to, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
760 [Rule 16] 
issues, statement in complaint, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 760 [Rule 13] 
joinder of parties, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

p. 759 [Rules 3 to 5] 
mimeographing, requirements as to. 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 764 [Rule 
33] 
modification of orders, application for, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 763 [Rule 
31(d)] 
multigraphing, requirements as to, Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 764 [Rule 33] 

notice — 

depositions, requirement of notice, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 761 
[Rule 26] 

modification of orders, notice of ap- 
plication for, Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7, p. 764 [Rule 31(d)] 
number of copies — 

briefs, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 762 
[Rule 29(b)] 






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CARRIERS— Cont'd 

Proceedings involving common carriers by 
rail, etc.— Cont'd 
number of copies — Cont'd 

documentary evidence, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 762 [Rule 28] 
exhibits, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 762 

[Rule 28] 
formal complaints, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 760 [Rule 12] 
informal complaints, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 760 [Rule 10] 
intervention, petition for, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 759 [Rule 8] 
rehearing, reargument, etc., petitions 
for, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 763 
[Rule 31(a)] 
Southern Classification, proposed 
changes in, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 763 [Rule 30(e)] 
objections and exceptions — 

proposed report, exceptions to, Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 763 [Rule 29 
(c) 4, 5] 
Southern Classification, proposed 
changes in, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 763 [Rule 30(e)] 
office of Public Service Commission, lo- 
cation and hours, Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7, p. 764 [Rule 35] 
oral argument, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

762 [Rule 29] 
order of procedure at hearings, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 761 [Rule 25] 
"ordinary" or "no proposed report" 
cases, procedure in, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 763 [Rule 30] 
other proceedings, records in, use as evi- 
dence, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 762 
[Rule 28] 
parties, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 759 
[Rules 2 to 8] 
transcript of testimony for, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 764 [Rule 32] 
petitioners, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 759 

[Rule 8] 
planographing, requirements as to, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 764 [Rule 33] 
preparation of papers, specifications as 
to, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 764 
[Rule 33] 
printing, requirement of, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 764 [Rule 33] 
"proposed report" cases — 

briefs and oral argument, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 762 [Rule 29(c)] 

exceptions, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

763 [Rule 29(c) 4, 5] 

public sessions and hearings, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 758 [Rule 1] 
reargument, application for, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 763 [Rule 31(a), (c)] 



CARRIERS— Cont'd 

Proceedings involving common carriers by 
rail, etc. — Cont'd 
record of proceedings, transcript for par- 
ties, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 764 
[Rule 32] 
rehearing, application for, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 763 [Rule 31(a), (c)] 
respondents, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 759 

[Rule 6] 
satisfaction of complaints, statements in 
answer as to, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 761 [Rule 18] 
separately stating and numbering 
grounds of complaint, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 760 [Rule 13] 
service of papers, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 761 [Rules 19 to 23] 
answer, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 760 

[Rule 15] 
attorney or agent, service on, Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 761 [Rule 20] 
briefs, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 762 

[Rule 29(b)] 
complaint, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 

760, 761 [Rules 12, 19] 
exceptions to proposed report, Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 763 [Rule 29 
(c) 4] 
intervention, petition for, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 759, 761 [Rules 
8, 19] 
proposed report, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 763 [Rule 29(c) 3] 
rehearing, reargument, etc., petitions 
for, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 763 
[Rule 31(a)] 
signature of papers, requirements as to, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 764 [Rule 33] 
Southern Classification, procedure for 
changes in, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
763 [Rule 30(e)] 
specifications as to preparation of papers, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 764 [Rule 
33] 
stipulations. Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 761 
[Rule 23] 
record of other proceeding, incor- 
poration by reference, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 762 [Rule 28] 
subpoena, power to issue, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 761 [Rule 27] 
Sunday — 

extension of time for acts falling due 
on, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 764 
[Rule 34] 
offices of Public Service Commission 
closed on, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 764 [Rule 34] 
supplemental complaint, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 760 [Rule 14] 
service of. Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
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CARRIERS— Cont'd 

Proceedings involving common carriers by 
rail, etc. — Cont'd 
time- 
computation of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

p. 764 [Rule 34] 
office hours of Public Service Com- 
mission, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
764 [Rule 34] 
through transportation, necessary de- 
fendants in complaint as to, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 759 [Rule 4] 
typewriting, requirements as to. Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 764 [Rule 33] 
witnesses, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 761 
[Rule 27] 
Public Service Commission — 

contracts between carriers, telephone 
and telegraph companies, powers as 
to, 58-8, 58-9 
explosives, rules for carrying of, 58-613 
interstate transportation rates, powers as 

to, 58-2 
Passenger service of railroad, supra 
platform scales, jurisdiction as to, 58-1115 
powers over carriers, generally, SC 

Const, Art 9, § 14 
routes of railroads, 58-1063(2) 
rules and regulations of — 

Express Companies (this index) 
Motor carriers' safety regulations. 

Motor Carriers (this index) 
Motor vehicles transporting persons 
or property. Motor Carriers 
(this index) 
rail, common carriers by, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 749 to 758 [Rules 
1 to 55] 
Proceedings involving common 
carriers by rail, practice and 
procedure before Public Serv- 
ice Commission, supra 
Punitive damages for interfering with con- 
tract of shipment, 58-1263 
Races, separation of — 

at station restaurant, 58-551 
ejection of passenger for refusal to obey 
law as to, 58-720 
Railroad rates. Fares, Rates, and Charges 

of Carriers (this index) 
Railroads generally. Railroads (this index) 
Rates. Fares, Rates, and Charges of Car- 
riers (this index) 
Rebates, cars from other roads to be de- 
livered without, 58-1161 
Receipts — 

dead bodies distributed for scientific pur- 
poses, carrier to obtain receipt for, 
9-506 
railroads to deliver goods on presenta- 
tion of receipt, 58-1101 
railroads to give duplicate receipts for 
goods, 58-1101 



CARRIERS— Cont'd 

Refusal by railroad to transport articles, 
prohibited, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 755 
[Rule 29] 
Refuse cans at stations, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 629 [Sec. 62] 
Removal of passengers afflicted with com- 
municable disease, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 624 [Sec. 5] 
Reparation to shipper for misrouting ship- 
ment, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 755 
[Rule 29] 
Research, Planning and Development Board 
may engage in the business of, 9-310(4) 
Restaurants at stations, separation of races 

at, 58-551 
Reweighing freight, railroad's duty as to, 
58-1111 to 58-1115 
penalty for failure as to, 58-1112 
Public Service Commission rules and 
regulations, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
757 [Rule 47] 
scales for reweighing merchandise, 58- 
1111 to 58-1115 
Routes of railroads, Public Service Com- 
mission's power as to, 58-1063(2) 
Routing shipments. Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

755 [Rule 29] 
Rubella, persons afflicted with, or carriers 
of, restrictions on transportation, Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 623 [Sec. 3] 
Rules and regulations. Public Service Com- 
mission, supra 
Scales, 58-1111 to 58-1115 

Public Service Commission's jurisdic- 
tion as to platform scales, 58-1115 
railroad's duty to maintain, for reweigh- 
ing merchandise, 5S-1111 to 58-1115 
Scarlet fever, persons afflicted with, or car- 
riers of, restrictions on transportation 
of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 623 [Sec. 3] 
Separation of races — 

at station restaurants, 58-551 

ejection of passenger for refusal to obey 

law as to, 58-720 
in railroad waiting rooms, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 751 [Rule 8] 
Septic sore throat, persons afflicted with, or 
carriers of, restrictions on transporta- 
tion, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 623 [Sec. 
3] 
Shipment — 

see also other appropriate lines in 
this topic 
Carload shipments, supra 
Less than carload shipments, supra 
local shipments by rail, applicability of 
Public Service Commission rules 
and regulations, Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7, p. 753 [Rule 22] 
routing of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 755 
[Rule 29] 



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CARRIERS— Cont'd 

Smallpox, persons afflicted with, not to be 
transported, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
623 [Sees. 1, 2] 
Special constables or officers, 58-631 to 
58-634 
appointment, 58-631 
official bond, 58-633 
powers and duties, 58-632 
revocation of commission, 58-632 
term of office, 58-632 
torts of. liability for, 58-634 
water carriers, provisions not applicable 
to, 58-553 
Special damages for interfering with con- 
tract of shipment, 58-1263 
Spitting prohibited — 

in cars, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 626 [Sec. 

28] 
on floors, walls, seats, or platforms of 
railway stations, Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7, p. 626 [Sec. 48] 
Spittoons. Cupsidors, supra 
Station restaurants, separation of races at, 

58-551 
Stations. Railroads (this index) 
Steamboat companies — 

generally. Steamboat Companies (this 

index) 
unclaimed freight, infra 
Stock. Animals, supra 

Storage of freight, penalty for discrimina- 
tion or excessive charges, 58-1086 
Street Railways (this index) 
Sundays, operation of railroads on, 58-1021 

to 58-1024 
Suspension of rules, rates, etc., by Public 
Service Commission — 
as to common carriers by rail, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 750 [Rule 5] 
as to express companies, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 750 [Rule 5] 
Sweeping of interior of car in service pro- 
hibited. Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 626 
[Sec. 22] 

Tank cars of oil. weighing of, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 757 [Rule 47] 

Teeth, brushing of, by passengers, restric- 
tions on, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 627 
[Sec. 30] 

Telegraph Companies (this index) 
Telephone Companies (this index) 
Time allowed for transportation of freight, 
58-561 to 58-564 
delay, excuse for, 58-563 
penalty for failure of prompt shipment, 

58-562 
prompt shipment, when required, 58-561 
statement as to delay, 58-564 
water carriers, provisions not applicable 
to, 58-553 



CARRIERS— Cont'd 

Time tables — 

Motor Carriers (this index) 
railroad time tables — 

changes, publication of, 58-1175 

copies to Public Service Commission, 

Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 757 

[Rule 46] 

Toilet facilities in railway stations, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 628", 629 [Sees. 53-57] 

Toilets in cars, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 627 

[Sec. 33] 
Ton, defined, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 756 

[Rule 41] 
Towels, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 626 [Sec. 
26] 
in waiting rooms, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 628 [Sec. 41] 
Tuberculosis, pulmonary, restrictions on 
transportation of persons afflicted with, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 625 [Sec. 9] 
Typhoid, restrictions on transportation of 
persons afflicted with, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 623 [Sec. 4] 
Typhus fever, persons afflicted with, not to 
be transported, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 623 [Sees. 1, 2] 
Unclaimed freight, 58-601 to 58-604 
livestock, 58-603 
perishable goods, 5S-602 
proceeds of sale, disposition of, 58-601, 

58-604 
records of sales of, 58-601 
sale of, 58-601 
State treasury, payment of surplus into, 

58-604 
time limit for claiming surplus of pro- 
ceeds, 58-604 
water carriers, provisions not applicable 
to, 58-553 
Ventilation of cars, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

627 [Sec. 32] 
Venue of actions for penalty on freight 

claims, 10-306 
Vermin in cars, extermination of, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 626 [Sec. 20] 
Waiting rooms for passengers, 58-1178 
Water carriers. Vessels and Shipping (this 

index) 
Water supply. Drinking water, supra 
Waybill or copy as prima facie evidence, 

26-8 
Weights and weighing — 
Carload shipment, supra 
Reweighing freight, supra 
ton, defined, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 756 
[Rule 41] 
Wheat, milling-in-transit rules, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 758 [Rule 51] 
Whooping cough, persons afflicted with, or 
carriers of, restrictions on transporta- 
tion, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 623 [Sec. 
3] 



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CARRIERS— Cont'd 

Workmen's Compensation Act, definition 

for purpose of, 72-5 
Yellow fever, persons afflicted with, not to 

be transported, Rules &. Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

623 [Sees. 1, 2] 



CARROTS 

Germination standard, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

p. 459 [Reg. 4] 
Standard bushel, 66-157 



CARRYING CONCEALED WEAPONS 
Concealed Weapons (this index) 

CARS 

Electric and Interurban Railroads (this in- 
dex) 
Motor Vehicles (this index) 
Railroads (this index) 
Street Railways (this index) 

CARTERET, JOHN LORD 
Estate of, not affected, 57-55 

CARTRIDGES 

Stamp tax on. Stamp Tax (this index) 

CASE OR EXCEPTIONS 

See also Objections and Exceptions 

Agreed Case (this index) 
Amendments, Cir Ct Rule 48 

after settlement, Sup Ct Rule 8(7) 
pending settlement, Sup Ct Rule 4(7) 
Case made, 10-1459 to 10-1461 

upon trial to court, 10-1511, 10-1512 
Diagrams, etc., Sup Ct Rule 4(5) 
Documents, reference to, Sup Ct Rule 4(3) 
Index, Sup Ct Rule 4(2) 
New trial on, time for hearing, 10-1462 
Number of copies, Sup Ct Rules 1, 5, 7 
Plats, photographs, etc., Sup Ct Rule 4(5) 
Preparation, mode of— 

on appeal, Sup Ct Rule 4; Cir Ct Rule 49 

on motion for new trial, Cir Ct Rule 47 

Return, what constitutes, Sup Ct Rules 1, 4 

Settlement, Sup Ct Rule 4(7); Cir Ct Rule 

47 

amendments after, Sup Ct Rule 8(7) 

amendments pending, Sup Ct Rule 4(7) 

printing within 20 days after, Sup Ct 

Rule 1 
upon trial to court, 10-1512 
what deemed settled, Cir Ct Rule 50 



CASE OR EXCEPTIONS— Cont'd 

Statement of case, 10-1459, 10-1460; Sup Ct 
Rule 4(3) 
upon trial to court, 10-1511, 10-1512 

Supreme Court, appeals to, case and ex- 
ceptions on, 7-406; Sup Ct Rule 4 

Testimony, statement of, Sup Ct Rule 4(4) 

Time for filing after trial to court, 10-1511 

Title, Sup Ct Rule 4(2) 

Trial to court, making upon, 10-1512 

Waiver, failure to make case, Cir Ct Rule 50 

CASH 

Assessments of drainage district payable in, 
18-322 

Securities, registration by qualification, or- 
ders as to minimum cash receivable, 
62-114 



CASH DEPOSITORIES 

Generally, 8-401 to 8-417 

Accounts, refusal to open, 8-410 

Bank Control Board, examination by, 8-414 

Bank deposits by, 8-413 

Banking business, power to carry on, 8-403, 
8-417 

Bond of official in charge of deposit vaults, 
8-405 
security in lieu of, 8-405 

Capital stock — 
minimum, 8-402 
subscriptions to be paid in cash, 8-402 

Certificates of deposit, power to issue, 8-403 

Checks, cashing of, 8-409 

Closed, may borrow or sell assets to Fed- 
eral Deposit Insurance Corporation, 
8-276 

Contracts, etc., with Federal Insurance Cor- 
poration, 8-272 

Deposits, 8-404 

certificates of deposit, 8-403 

insurance protection, 8-404 

Investment of, infra 

power to receive, 8-403 

public funds, pledge of securities for, 

8-407 
refusal to accept, 8-410 
withdrawal — 

securities in lieu of cash, depositors 

to accept, 8-406 
without notice, 8-404 
Dividends, restrictions on, 8-415 
Examination of, 8-414 

Expense of organizing and operating, 
amount of capital available for, 8-402 
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, re- 
lationships with 8-271 to 8-276 
Holiday for, declaration of, in case of emer- 
gency, 64-154 



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CASH DEPOSITORIES— Cont'd 

Insurance policies to be filed with State 
Board of Bank Control, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 468 [Reg. 4F] 
Investment of deposits, 8-406 

building and loan association shares, 

8-236 
Federal home loan bank bonds or de- 
bentures, 8-236 
purchase of securities from stockholder, 
officer or employee prohibited, 8-412 
securities purchased, as requiring ap- 
proval of directors, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 467 [Reg. 4C] 
License taxes, liability to, 8-416 
Liquidator, Federal Deposit Insurance Cor- 
poration as, 8-273, 8-274 
Loans, 8-411 
Mortgage loans, restrictions on, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 468 [Reg. 4G] 
Newberry County, amount of collateral 
security requirable for public funds of, 
14-2967.1 
Number permissible in any community, 8- 

401 
Organization, 8-402 
Pledge of securities for deposit of public 

funds, 8-407 
Powers, 8-403 

Receiver, Federal Deposit Insurance Cor- 
poration as, 8-273, 8-274 
Report of condition, publication of, 8-414 
Service charge, 8-408 

for placing loans, 8-411 
Subrogation of Federal Deposit Insurance 
Corporation to right of depositors paid 
by it, 8-275 
Surplus, loan or investment of, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 467, 468 [R-4C, R-4G] 
Taxable only on physical property, 8-416 
Undivided profits, investment of, restric- 
tions on, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 467, 
468 [Reg. 4E] 



CASTOR BEANS 

Bushel, standard, 66-157 

CASTRATION 
Sexual sterilization by, 32-679 

CASUALTY INSURANCE 
Insurance (this index) 



CASUALTY INSURANCE 
COMPANIES 

Insurance Companies (this index) 



CATARACT 

Glass workers, cataract of, as notifiable 
disease, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 553 ■ 
[Sec. 5] 



CATASTROPHE 
Disaster (this index) 

CATAWBA INDIANS 

Elections, right to vote at, 23-6 
Lands of, titles as to, 57-151 to 57-155 

CATAWBA LAKE 
Fishing area, 28-1201 to 28-1204 

CATAWBA RIVER 

Access to, may be acquired on behalf of 
public by county game wardens, 28-141 

Bait, restrictions on use of, by persons fish- 
ing in, 2S-576 

Ferry, 33-733 

Hunting in vicinity of, restrictions on, 
28-355 

Life preserver for each occupant of boats 
operating on, 70-311 

CATAWBA TOWNSHIP 

Airport Commission, 2-471 to 2-478 

CATAWBA-WATEREE FISH AND 
GAME COMMISSION 

Appointment of member, 2S-1011 

Compensation of members, 28-1012 

Duties, 28-1013 

Fishing regulations for waters of Catawba 
and Wateree Rivers, 28-1015 

Meetings, 28-1012 

Membership, 28-1011 

Mileage, allowance for, 28-1012 

Number of members, 28-1011 

Powers, 28-1013 

Receipts from licenses and fines, disposi- 
tion of, 28-1016 

Records, 28-1012 

Tenure of office, 28-1011 

Wardens, employment of, 28-1014 

CATFISH 

For statutory provisions generally applicable 
to fish, but not specifically designating 
this species, see Fish and Game 
Open season, 28-595 

Taking of, by use of split wood baskets in 
Zone 2, 28-573 



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Traps for — 

license, 28-627 
Zone 7, 28-667 



CAVIAR 



Shipping — 

license, 28-936 
open season, 28-883 



CATTLE 

Animals (this index) 

CATTLE DEALERS 
Livestock Markets (this index) 



CAYCE, TOWN OF 

Annual tax on property, limits as to, 47-244 

Assessment of abutting property for street 
improvement, 47-1358 

Election of municipal officers, special pro- 
visions as to, 47-313 

Wards, division into, 47-1536 



CATTLE FEVER TICK 

Animals infected with or exposed to, dis- 
infection of, 6-422 to 6-424 
penalty for failure to disinfect animals, 

6-423 
venue of prosecutions for failure to dis- 
infect animals, 6-424 



CATTLE GAPS 
Railroads' duty as to, 58-997 



CAULIFLOWER 

Germination standard, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, 
p. 459 [Reg. 4] 



CAUSES OF ACTION 
Action or Suit (this index) 

CAUSEWAYS 

County roads, 33-851 

Defects, causes of action for damages from, 

47-70 
Delaying passengers at, penalty for, 33-781 

CAUSTIC POTASH 

Dangerous substance as including, 32-1801 
(9) 

CAUSTIC SODA 

Dangerous substance as including, 32-1801 
(10) 

CAUSTIC SUBSTANCES 
Dangerous Substances (this index) 



CELERIAC 

Germination standard, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, 
p. 459 [Reg. 4] 



CELERY 

Germination standard, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, 
p. 459 [Reg. 4] 



CEMENT 
Standard bushel, 66-157 

CEMETERIES 

Acquisition by municipality, 47-1401 
Bequests and devises for cemeteries, tombs, 

etc. Wills (this index) 
Bonds, municipal, see under name of mu- 
nicipality 
Commission, Saluda town, 47-1451 to 

47-1456 
Commissions for cities of 20,000 and 
above — 
appointment, 47-1431 
bond of commissioners, 47-1432 
compensation of commissioners, 47-1432 
disbursements, 47-1437 
investment, 47-1436 
liability of cities, 47-1438 
officers, 47-1433 
receipt of gift, 47-1434 
reports, 47-1437 
terms, 47-1431 
transfer of funds to, 47-1435 
Commissions for municipalities of 2,000 to 

5,000,47-1411 to 47-1413 
Condemnation — 

by municipality, 47-1402 
of property acquired for cemetery, 
25-64 
Dance halls, location of, 5-602 
Extension of boundaries to include, 47-20 






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CEMETERIES— Cont'd 

Flooding of, by water power or reservoir 

companies, 70-171 to 70-177 
Fraternal benefit associations, monuments 
or tombstones for deceased members 
of, 37-903 
Gifts (this index) 

Income tax, exemption of cemetery corpora- 
tions, 65-226 
Inheritance tax, transfer for cemetery pur- 
poses, as exempt, 65-473 
National Cemetery in Florence County, 
land ceded to United States for, 39-125 
Operation by municipality, 47-1401 
Penalties for desecration, etc., 16-562, 

16-563 
Perpetuity, gifts, etc., not void for, 57-7 * 
Saluda Town Cemetery Commission, 47- 

1451 to 47-1456 
Taxation — 

by municipal corporation, 47-20 
exemption from, 65-1522(14); SC Const, 
Art 10, § 4 
income tax, exemption of cemetery 

corporations, 65-226 
inheritance tax, transfer for cemetery 
purposes, 65-473 
Trusts in cities over 5,000, 47-1421 to 47-1424 

CENSORSHIP 

Subversive Activities Registration Act does 
not authorize, 16-583 



CENSUS 

Federal — 

adoption of, for purpose of apportion- 
ing Representatives, SC Const, Art 
3, §3 
adoption of United States 1940 census, 

1-601 
capitation tax to be laid on basis of, 

US Const, Art. 1, § 9, cl. 4 
income tax may be levied without re- 
gard to census, US Const, Amend 
16 
ten years, to be taken at intervals of, 
US Const, Art 1, §2, cl 3 
School children, 21-763 
Secretary of State (this index) 
State, SC Const, Art 3, § 3 



CENTRAL, TOWN OF 

Annual tax on property, limits as to, 47-244 
Cotton weighers, duties of, 13-204 
[8 SC Code] — 10 



CEREALS 

Particular cereals, see index under 
name of cereal 

Sample for analysis, test, or examination, 
size of. Rules and Reg. Vol. 7, p. 460 
[Reg. 16(d)] 

Used containers, prohibited, Rules & Reg. 
Vol. 7, p. 560 [Sec. 1] 

CERTIFICATES 

Architect's certificate for practice. Archi- 
tects (this index) 

Barbers and Barbering (this index) 

Birth certificates. Vital Statistics (this in- 
dex) 

Certified checks, certification as acceptance 
of check. 8-1074 

Certified Copies (this index) 

Certified Public Accountants (this index) 

Citizenship certificates, fee of Secretary 
of State for registering, 27-501 

Cosmetologists (this index) 

Death certificates. Vital Statistics (this 
index) 

Deposit, certificates of. Banks (this index) 

Engineers and Land Surveyors (this index) 

Fees — 

clerk of courts, 27-51(9), 27-53(26, 34, 
42, 45, 46, 49, 50) 
local provisions, 27-52, 27-68 to 
27-101 
notary public, 27-506 
probate judge, 27-301 

local provisions, 27-304 to 27-320 

Incorporation, certificates of. Corporations 
(this index) 

Indebtedness, certificates of. Certificates of 
Indebtedness (this index) 

Insurance agents' certificates of authority. 
Insurance Agents (this index) 

Limited partnerships. Partnerships (this 
index) 

Merits, certificate of, Pleading (this index) 

Motor Carriers (this index) 

Nurses — 

practical nurses, 56-992 
registered nurses, 56-982 

Optometry and Optometrists (this index) 

Plumbers and Plumbing (this index) 

Practical nurses, 56-992 

Public Convenience and Necessity (this in- 
dex) 

Recording, certificate of, endorsement on 
instrument, 60-57, 60-69 

Stock certificates. Corporations (this in- 
dex) 

Teachers' certificates. Schools and School 
Districts (this index) 

Voters' registration certificates. Elections 
(this index) 



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CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT 
Banks (this index) 

CERTIFICATES OF INCORPORA- 
TION 

Corporations (this index) 



CERTIFICATES OF 
INDEBTEDNESS 

Counties, issuance by, 14-501 

Issuability by State, SC Const, Art 10, § 7 

Stamp tax on, 65-682 

State officers, issuance by, prohibited, 1-761 



CERTIFICATES OF PUBLIC 
CONVENIENCE 

Public Convenience and Necessity (this in- 
dex) 



CERTIFIED CHECKS 

Certification as acceptance of check, 8-1074 

CERTIFIED COPIES 

Probate judge, fees, 27-301 (19, 22) 

local provisions, 27-304 to 27-320 
Public documents, as evidence of, 26-101 
to 26-103 

Registers of Mesne Conveyances (this in- 
dex) 

Veterans' discharges, record of, 60-408 



CERTIFIED PUBLIC 
ACCOUNTANTS 

Generally, 56-1 to 56-26 

Annual license fee, 56-23, 56-24 
Board of examiners, 56-3 to 56-19 

annual report, 56-10 

appointment by Governor, 56-3 

certificate, issue of, 56-14 to 56-17 

compensation, 56-6 

disposition of funds, 56-9 

general powers, 56-8 

meetings, 56-7 

numbers of board, 56-4 

oath of members, 56-5 

offices, 56-5 

qualifications, 56-4 

term, 56-4 



CERTIFIED PUBLIC AC- 
COUNTANTS— Cont'd 

Certificates — 

display of, 56-21, 56-22 

fee for, 56-14 

person under legal age, 56-17 

qualified nonresidents, 56-15 

recording of, 56-20, 56-22 

record of certificates, 56-19 

requirement of, 56-2 

revocation of, 56-24, 56-25 

State auditor, issue of certificate to, 
56-16 
Examination required for practice, 56-11 

fees, 56-12 
Experience required in addition to exam- 
ination, 46-13 
Failure to pay annual license fee, 56-24 
Fees and costs — 

certificate, fees for, 56-14 

examination, 56-12 
Grand jury may employ, 38-409, 38-410 
Penalty for violation of regulations, 56-26 
Practicing public accountant, definition of, 

56-1 
Qualification of applicants, 56-12 
Register of applicants, 56-18 
Renewal of license, 56-23 
South Carolina Board of Examiners of 
Public Accountants. Board of exam- 
iners, supra 
State investigatory accountants — 

bond, 1-41 

oath of office, 1-41 



CERTIORARI 

Appeals generally. Appeal (this index). 
Board of adjustment, appeal from, 47-1014 
Circuit courts and judges — 

chambers, power to issue at, 10-20; SC 

Const, Art 5, § 25 
review of conviction in municipal or 
magistrate's court by certiorari, 
7-14, 15-916 
Conviction in municipal or magistrate's 

court, review by certiorari, 7-14 
Municipal courts, review of conviction in, 

7-14, 15-916 
Circuit Courts and judges — 
Supreme Court (this index) 

CESSIONS TO UNITED STATES 

Federal Government, Instrumentalities and 
Laws (this index) 

CESSPOOLS 

Sewers and Septic Tanks (this index) 
[8SCCode] 



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CHAIN GANGS 

For local provisions, see the particular counties 
and municipalities 

Generally, 55-451 to 55-527 

Alcoholic liquors, penalty for furnishing- to 

prisoners, 55-12 
Authorized, SC Const, Art 12, § 6 
Clothing of prisoners, 55-472 to 55-474 
Combining chain gangs, 33-904 
Commitment — 

by intendants or wards, 47-150 

municipal courts, commitment by, 15-909 
Marion County, 15-911 
County supervisor, control by, 55-451 
Custody of, 55-476 to 55-479 
Dieting of prisoners, 55-468 to 55-471 
Drainage purposes, work for, 1S-106 
Escapes (this index) 
Expenses, county road fund to pay, 55-468 

medical expenses, 55-480, 55-481 
Good behavior credits on sentence, 55-8 to 

55-10 
Guards, provision of, 55-468 
Health of convicts, 55-480 
Highways, use on, generally. 33-903, 55-451 
Hiring out convicts, 55-483 to 55-486 

to other county, 33-904 
Jails, transfers to, 55-475 
Municipal chain gangs, 55-464 

county convicts on, 55-465 

maintenance of convicts on, 55-482 
Municipal convicts on county chain gangs, 

55-466 
Municipal courts, commitments by, 15-909 

Marion County, 15-911 

Narcotic drugs, penalty for furnishing to 

prisoners, 55-12 
Penitentiary — 

remand from, 55-3 
transfers to — - 

unneeded convicts, 55-451 
unruly or unfit convicts, 55-475 
Persons awaiting trial, service by, 55-501 

to 55-507 
Physician, employment by county, 55-480 
Public health, use to promote, 55-452 
Safekeeping of prisoners, provision of ap- 
pliances for, 55-468 
Segregation of races and sexes, 55-1, 55-2 
Sentences to, 17-554, 17-555, 17-555.1 
Tools, machinery, and supplies, 55-468, 

55-471 
Work of, generally, 55-451 



CHAIN STORE TAXES 
Generally, 65-1381 to 65-1391 

Administration by Tax Commission, 65-1441 
Applications for license, 65-1386 



CHAIN STORE TAXES— Cont'd 

Assessment — 

of deficiency, 65-1457 
correction of, 65-1462 

jeopardy assessments, 65-1472 
Assignment of licenses not permissible, 

65-1388 
Books of taxpayer, subpoena for, 65-1452 

to 65-1455 
"Business" defined, 65-1352 
"Company" defined, 65-1356 
Compliance with statutory provisions as 

prerequisite to license, 65-1384 
Controlling person deemed taxpayer for 

purpose of statute, 65-1383 
Definition of terms, 65-1351 to 65-1368 
Director, 65-1442 

Discount for prompt payment, 65-1447 
Display of license, 65-1387 
"Gross proceeds of sales" defined, 65-1353 
"Gross receipts" defined, 65-1354 
Interest — 

on refund, 65-1459 

when time for making return or pay- 
ment is extended, 65-1446 
"In the state" defined, 65-1355 
Jeopardy assessments, 65-1472 
Lien on taxpayer's real estate, for amount 

of warrant, 65-1474 
Notification of overpayment or underpay- 
ment, 65-1456, 65-1461 
Overpayment, 65-1456 to 65-1461 

notification of, 65-1456, 65-1461 

offsetting against underpayments, 65- 
1460 

refund of, 65-1457, 65-1459 

security for, power to require, 65-1470, 
65-1471 

Time for, infra 
Penalties for violation of requirements, 
65-1391 

failure to keep records, 65-1450 

reduction or waiver, 65-1469 
"Person" defined, 65-1356 
Proceeds, disposition of, 65-1479 
Rates, 65-1382 
Records, keeping of, 65-1449 

penalty for failure to keep, 65-1450 
Refund of overpayment, 65-1457, 65-1459 
"Retailer" defined, 65-1359, 65-1381 
"Retailer maintaining place of business in 

this state," scope of term, 65-1358 
"Retail sale" defined, 65-1361 
Returns — 

preservation, 65-1477 

secrecy, 65-1477, 65-1478 

time for making, extension of, 65-1446 

where made, 65-1445 
Revocation of license, 65-1389 
"Sale at retail" defined, 65-1361 
"Sale" defined, 65-1360 
"Sales price" defined, 65-1362 
Security for payment, 65-1470, 65-1471 



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CHAIN STORE TAXES— Cont'd 

"Seller" defined, 65-1359 

Suspension of license, 65-1389 

"Tangible personal property" defined, 65- 

1365 
Tax Commission — 

administration by, 65-1441 

oaths, power to administer, 65-1444 
"Taxpayer" defined, 65-1366 
Time for payment, 65-1385 

assessed underpayment, 65-1457 

discount for prompt payment, 65-1447 

extension, 65-1446, 65-1447 

jeopardy assessment, 65-1472 
Underpayment, 65-1456 to 65-1461 

notification of, 65-1456, 65-1461 
Warrant for collection, 65-1473 to 65-1476 



CHAIR CAR COMPANY 
Taxation, 65-1693 et seq 



CHAIR CARS 

Conductors on, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 753 
[Rule 20] 



CHAMBERS— Cont'd 

Habeas corpus, granting in vacation, 17-352, 
17-353 

Hearings at, 10-20 
notice of, 10-1203 

Marlboro County Court, powers of judge, 
15-699 

Motions, 10-1223 to 10-1228 

Notice of hearings at. 10-1203 

Orangeburg County Court, powers of judge, 
15-717 

Orders, 10-1224, 10-1225 

Richland County Court, powers of judge, 
15-768 

Stay of proceedings granted at, limitation of 
time, 10-1231 

Supreme Court justices, powers of. Su- 
preme Court (this index) 



CHAMPERTY 

Attorneys at law, penalty, 56-144 



CHANCERY 
Equity (this index) 



CHALLENGES 

Courts-martial, members of, 44-194 
Duelling, sending, accepting, or carrying 

challenge, 16-61, 16-62 
Juries and Jurors (this index) 



CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

Income tax, exemption from, 65-226 
Southern classification of railroad freight 
rates, proposed changes in, copies to 
Chambers of Commerce, Rules & Reg. 
Vol. 7, p. 763 [Rule 30(e)] 



CHANCROID 
Venereal Diseases (this index) 

CHANGE 

Grade separation structures. Railroad 
Crossings (this index) 

Motor Carriers (this index) 

Names (this index) 

Southern classification of railroad freight 
rates, procedure for changes in, Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 763 [Rule 30 (e)] 

Venue (this index) 



CHAMBERS 

Appeal — 

circuit judge's decision at chambers, appeal 

from, 10-20 
Supreme Court justice's orders at cham- 
bers, appeal to court, 15-125 
Circuit judges' powers at. Circuit Courts 

and Judges (this index) 
Darlington County Civil Court, powers of 

judge, 15-1593 
Deposit in lieu of bond, judge may order 
deposit in court rather than with officer, 
10-25 
Execution, hearing at chambers, motion to 

stay or set aside, 10-20 
Greenville County Court, powers of judge, 
15-658 



CHANGE OF NAME 
Names (this index) 

CHANGE OF VENUE 
Venue (this index) 

CHAPIN, TOWN OF 

Council, term of, 47-112 
Mayor, term of, 47-112 

CHAPLAIN 

University of South Carolina, 22-113 






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CHAPPELS, TOWN OF 
Cotton Weighers and Weighing (this index) 

CHARACTER 

Actions for injuries to — 

civil arrest in, 10-802(6), 10-803 
joinder of, 10-701(4) 

Statute of frauds, representation or assur- 
ance as to character within, 11-102 

CHARCOAL 

Malicious burning of wood felled for, 16-315 
Standard bushel, 66-157 

CHARGES 

Criminal charges. Indictment or Informa- 
tion (this index) 

Fares, Rates, and Charges of Carriers (this 
index) 

Rates and Charges (this index) 

CHARGE TO JURY 
Instructions to Jury (this index) 

CHARITABLE, SOCIAL AND RE- 
LIGIOUS CORPORATIONS 

See also Churches 

Generally, 12-751 to 12-765 

Alcoholic beverages, supplying to members 
as ground for refusing charter to social 
organization, 12-756 
Bonds, power to issue, 12-758 
Borrowing money, power of, 12-758 
Carnivals and traveling tent shows ex- 
hibiting under the sponsorship of, 5-3 
(3) 
Certified copy of charter or amendment as 

evidence, 12-764 
Consolidation of church corporations — 
authorization, 12-501 
duration of consolidated corporation, 12- 

507 
effect, 12-505, 12-506 
fee for charter, 12-85, 12-504, 12-754 
meetings to consider, 12-502 
plan to be submitted to congregations, 

12-502 
when effective, 12-503 
Contracts — 

effect on, of irregularity in incorporation, 

12-757 
power to make, 12-758 
Deed of trust. Mortgage or deed of trust, 
infra 



CHARITABLE, SOCIAL AND RE- 
LIGIOUS CORPORATIONS— Cont'd 

Directors, declaration to state names and 

residences of, 12-752 
Dissolution, 12-763 

exception from provisions of General 
Corporation Law, 12-651 
Dues, power to enforce collection of, 12-758 
Expulsion of members, power of, 12-758 
Fee for charter, 12-754 

maximum, 12-85 
Foreign, fees payable by, 12-733 
Hospital service corporations, 37-1055 
Ice cream, exempt from laws as to, 32-1709 

32-1723 
Income Tax (this index) 
License fees, corporate, exemption from, 

65-615 

Loans, power to make, 12-758 
Medical service corporation, 37-1119 
Mortgage or deeds of trust, power to exe- 
cute, 12-758 

Name — 

consolidation plan to state, 12-502 
declaration to state, 12-752 
protection of name or emblems, 16-542, 
16-543 

Notes, power to make, 12-758 

Officers, declaration to state names and 

residences, 12-752 
Organization — 

authorized, 12-751 
certificate, issue of, 12-754 
declaration — 

approval required, 12-753 
contents of, 12-752 
irregularities not collaterally question- 
able, 12-757 
notice of intention, 12-752 
Pool and billiard provisions, application 

of, 5-520 
Powers generally, 12-758, 12-759 

under general laws. Corporations (this 
index) 
Property, wilful injury to, penalized, 12-760 
Protection of names and emblems of, 
16-542, 16-543 

Railroads may carry freight free or at re- 
duced rates for, 58-1082 

Real property, title to, not affected by con- 
solidation, 12-505 

Recording of charter or amendments, 12- 
765 

Refusal of charter, grounds for, 12-756 
Schools for eleemosynary institutions, 21- 
611 to 21-613 

Secretary of State — 

certificate of incorporation, issuance by, 

12-754 
charter, refusal of, 12-756 
certificate of dissolution, 12-763 



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CHARITABLE, SOCIAL AND RE- 
LIGIOUS CORPORATIONS— Cont'd 

Secretary of State — Cont'd 

declaration of intention to incorporate, 

12-752 
fees, 12-85, 12-504, 12-754 
filing of papers with, 12-765 
Securities Act not applicable to securities 

of, 62-51(7) 
Sexual sterilization of inmates. Sexual 

Sterilization (this index) 
Special act, statutory powers of corpora- 
tions created by, 12-759 
Special legislation chartering, when per- 
missible, SC Const, Art 3, § 34 
Suspension of members, power of, 12-758 
Tax exemptions, 65-1522(5) (12) (13); SC 
Const, Art 10, § 4 
corporate license fees, exemption from, 

65-615 
income tax, 65-226 
Telephone companies grant of free or re- 
duced rate to charitable institutions, 
58-374 
Tobacco seller's license requirement, ex- 
emption from, 65-706 
Tuberculosis inmates. Tuberculosis (this 

index) 
Unemployment compensation statute as not 
embracing services performed for 
charitable organizations, 68-22 
Venereal diseases, superintendent's duty to 

report, 32-593 
Welfare Department to approve charter 
of charitable organization, 12-755 

CHARITIES 

Admissions tax, exemption of charitable 
entertainment from, 65-802 

Attorney General to enforce due applica- 
tion of funds appropriated for, 1-240 

Cemeteries, tombs, etc., gifts for, deemed 
for charitable purpose, 57-7 

Charitable, Social and Religious Corpora- 
tions (this index) 

Constitutional provisions, SC Const, Art 12, 
§§1-9 

Fraternal benefit insurance, charity as ben- 
eficiary of, 37-906 

Hospital service corporations, charitable 
character, 37-1055 

Hospitals in municipalities of 1,000 to 5,000, 
charity patients in, 32-857 

Inheritance tax, transfer for charitable pur- 
poses, as exempt, 65-473 

Stale Auditor to examine financial affairs 
of State charities, 1-S82 



CHARITIES— Cont'd 

Tax exemptions, 65-1522(5) 

admissions tax, exemption of charitable 

entertainment, 65-802 
Charitable, Social and Religious Corpo- 
rations (this index) 
income tax, 65-226 

inheritance tax, transfer for charitable 
purposes, as exempt, 65-473 
Trusts for. Trusts (this index) 



CHARLES FREE KINDERGARTEN 

Tax exemption, 65-1523(48) 

CHARLESTON, CITY OF 

Airport, closing roads adjacent to, 2-241 
Aldermen — 

number of, 47-1544 to 47-1546 
vacancy in office of, 47-1551 
Ballot boxes, number of, 47-1548 
Bonds — 

constitutional debt limit provisions, when 
inapplicable, SC Const, Art 8, § 7 
[Vol. 7, pp. 222, 226, 229, 230, 232]; 
Art 10, §5 [Vol. 7, p. 284] 
election authorizing, when dispensable, 
SC Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 
232]; Art 10, §5 [Vol 7, p. 284] 
teacher's retirement fund of County 
School 20 may invest in, 61-453 
Certificates of indebtedness, when not with- 
in constitutional debt limit. SC Const, 
Art 8, §7 [Vol. 7, p. 229] 
City court. Charleston Recorder's Courts 

(this index) 
Civil and criminal court. Charleston Civil 

and Criminal Court (this index) 
Clerk of council as jury commissioner for 

recorder's courts, 15-1571 
Commissioners of pilotage, 56-1404, 56-1406 
Common, sale of portions of, 47-1542 
Constables of ministerial magistrates, 43- 

641 
Council, general rule of elections not appli- 
cable, 47-52 
Debt limit, when may be exceeded, SC 
Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, pp. 222, 225, 
229, 230, 232]; Art 10, §5 [Vol. 7, 
pp. 284, 285] 
Drains, bonds for, excepted from constitu- 
tional debt limit, SC Const, Art 8, § 7 
[Vol. 7, pp. 229, 232] ; Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 
7, pp. 2S4, 285] 
Elections on bond issues, when dispensable, 
SC Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 232]; 
Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 7, pp. 284, 285] 
Funding of indebtedness, when permissible, 
SC Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 232]; 
Art 10, §5 [Vol. 7, p. 284] 
Harbors, vesting of lands, 47-1541 






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CHARLESTON, CITY OF— Cont'd 

Housing Commissioners, 36-115 
Housing projects, removal and sale of per- 
sonal property on lands condemned for, 
36-131 
Magistrates — 

civil and criminal court not affected, 

43-649 
ministerial magistrates, 43-641 

duties and powers pertaining to 
Charleston Civil and Criminal 
Court, 15-1521 
Charleston recorder's courts, 
transfer of police court cases 
from, 15-1568 
summons, issuance of, 15-1520 
official bond, 43-642 
recorder's courts not affected, 43-649 
Mayor — 

general rule for elections not applicable, 

47-52 
Harbor Commissioners, member of 

Board of, 54-121 
recorder's courts, as jury commissioner 

for, 15-1571 
vacancy in office of, 47-1550 
Ministerial magistrates. Magistrates, supra 
Municipal Courts Act, applicability of, 

15-917, 15-932 
Pilots (this index) 
Police court. Charleston Recorder's Courts 

(this index) 
Poll tax, separate school district for pur- 
poses of, 65-159 
Poor, city to provide for care of, 71-167 
Port development, bonds for, exception from 
constitutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 
8, § 7 [Vol. 7, pp. 225, 230] 
Port Utilities Commission chairman as 
member of Board of Harbor Com- 
missioners, 54-121 
Recorder's courts. Charleston Recorder's 

Courts (this index) 
Replacement of diverted tax money, bonds 
for, as not within constitutional debt 
limit, SC Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, 
p. 232] ; Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 7, p. 284] 
Sale of portions of Charleston common, 
47-1542 

Schools (District No. 20). Charleston 

County (this index) 
School taxes, delinquent, how collected, 

65-3396 

Sewerage system, bonds for, as not within 
constitutional debt limit, SC Const, 
Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 222] 

State Hospital, penalty for failure to re- 
move certain inmates from, 32-976 

State Ports Authority to have office in, 
54-14(6) 



CHARLESTON, CITY OF— Cont'd 

Storm sewers, bonds for, when not within 
constitutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 
8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 222] 
Street improvements — 

assessment of abutting property for 
street improvements, SC Const, Art 
10, § 14a 

bonds for, when not within constitutional 
debt limit, SC Const, Art 8, § 7 
[Vol. 7, pp. 229, 232]; Art 10, § 5 
[Vol. 7, p. 284] 

permanent street improvements, what 
may be considered as, SC Const, 
Art 10, § 14a 
Taxes — 

abstract of property to be furnished 
by county auditor, 65-1916, 65-1917 

assessor furnishing information to coun- 
ty auditor, 65-1639.4 

certificate as to taxes due, 65-3395 

license taxes on theatrical entertain- 
ments, 65-964 

lien, 65-3395 

option of city to purchase tax-forfeited 
lands, 65-3399 

poll tax, separate school district for 
purpose of, 65-159 

school taxes (District No. 20). Charles- 
ton County (this index) 

Theatrical entertainments, license taxes on, 
65-964 

Treasurer's compensation, proceeds and dis- 
bursements of school fund, 21-1678 
United States, land ceded to, 39-102, 39-112, 

39-115, 39-116, 39-118, 39-134(4,9) 
Vesting of certain lands in, 47-1541 
Wards, division of city into, 47-1543 
Waterworks, bonds for, excepted from con- 
stitutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 
8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 222] 

CHARLESTON CITY COURT 
Charleston Recorder's Courts (this index) 

CHARLESTON CIVIL AND 
CRIMINAL COURT 

See also Charleston Recorder's Courts 

Generally, 15-1501 to 15-1539 

Appeal — 

in cases transferred from general ses- 
sions, 15-1528 
in civil cases involving over $100, 

15-1536.1 
transcript for, 15-1537 
Attornevs at law as prosecuting attorneys, 

15-1534 
Books and stationery, provision of, 15-1510 



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CRIMINAL COURT— Cont'd 



Circuit court — 

Common pleas court, infra 
General sessions court, infra 
Circuit solicitor may prosecute criminal 

cases, 15-1534 
Civil jurisdiction, 15-1502 
Clerk- 
appointment, 15-1508 
bond, 15-1508 
compensation, 15-1508 
constable, clerk as having powers of, 

15-1S0S 
duties, 15-1508 
employees, 15-1508 
Common pleas court — 
appeals to, 15-1536.1 
concurrent jurisdiction with, 15-1502 
practice, etc., applicable to certain cases, 
15-1520 
Contempt, power to punish for, 15-1535 
Criminal jurisdiction, 15-1502 
Days of holding court, 15-1522 
Docket, 15-1523 

calling of, 15-1524 
fees, 15-1536 
Establishment, 15-6, 15-1501 
Execution, issue of, 15-1538 
Fees and costs, 15-1536 
General sessions court — 

concurrent jurisdiction with, 15-1502 
transfer of cases from, 15-1503 

appeal to Supreme Court, 15-1528 
copies of sentences and commitments, 
general sessions clerk to issue, 
15-1527 
return of records, 15-1526 
trial, 15-1525 
Guilty pleas, power to receive, 15-1530 

Judge- 
election, 15-1504 

jury commissioner, judge as, 15-1511 
oath of office, 15-1504 
official commission, 15-1504 
practice of law by, 15-1506 
qualifications of, 15-1504 
recorder — 

absence of, judge to act in, 15-1556 
judge, recorder to act as, when, 15- 
1507 
term of office, 15-1504 
vacancy, filling of, 15-1507 
Judgment, entry and transcript of, 15-1538 
Jurisdiction, 15-1501, 15-1502 

Sullivan's Township, violations of ordi- 
nances of, 15-1540 
Jurors — 

compensation of, 15-1536 
drawing of, 15-1512 to 15-1517 
empaneling of, 15-1531, 15-1532 
failure to attend, penalty for, 15-1533 
summoning of, 15-1518 

sheriff's fees for, 15-1536 



CHARLESTON CIVIL AND 
CRIMINAL COURT— Cont'd 

Jury commissioners, 15-1511 
Jury trial — 

in cases transferred from general ses- 
sions, 15-1525 
challenges, 15-1525 
days for, 15-1522 
requests for, 15-1524 
Magistrates, not affected by provisions as 

' to, 43-649 
Ministerial magistrates, duties and powers 
of, 15-1521 
summons issued by, 15-1520 
Police court, transfer of cases from, 15-1568 
Prosecuting attorneys, 15-1534 
Quarters, 15-1510 

Records and papers, destruction when un- 
necessary, 15-1539 
Rules of practice and procedure, 15-1519 
Sentence, power to impose, 15-1529, 15-1530 
Stenographer, 15-1509 
employees, 15-1509 

transcript for appeal, duty to furnish, 
15-1537 
Summons, issue of, 15-1520 
Territorial jurisdiction, 15-1501 
Trial- 
Jury trial, supra 
on waiver of indictment, 15-1530 

CHARLESTON COUNTY 

For matters relating to counties generally, 
see Counties 

Advertising — 

bond sales, 14-1195 
purchase of supplies, etc.. 14-1196 
Advertising signs — 

abandonment of business as requiring re- 
moval of sign, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

p. 492 [Sec. 13] 
commercial districts. Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 490 [Sec. 6] 
general requirements. Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 492 [Sec. 13] 
industrial districts. Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, 

p. 490 
permits for. Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 491 

[Sec. 12], 492 [Sec. 13] 
residential districts, restrictions on, 

Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 489 [Sec. 

4] 
restoration, when permissible, Rules & 

Reg. Vol. 7. p. 492 [Sec. 13] 
rural districts, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
488 [Sec. 2] 
Agriculture (this index) 
Airport, closing roads adjacent to, 2-241 
Appropriations, council's power to make, 

14-1169 
Assistant Superintendent of Education as 
jury commissioner, 15-1511 



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CHARLESTON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Audit, annual, 14-1190 
Auditor — 

generally. Counties ("this index) 
abstract of property within city of 
Charleston to be furnished munici- 
pal authorities, 65-1916 
equalization board, membership and du- 
ties, 65-1912 
fees, for conveyances to county, 27-505 
jury commissioner, 15-1511 
office hours, 14-1151 
taxes, duties with respect to, 65-1634.4 
returns and list to be furnished to 

assessors, 65-1911 
school district No. 20, tax for — ■ 
levy, 65-3393 
use, 65-3394 
Bailiffs, 15-1926 
Bail in, 17-302, 17-303 
filing, 17-78 

qualification of sureties, how established, 
17-77 
Barbecue restaurants — 

location to be approved by planning 
board, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 490 
[Sec. 9] 
permissibility in rural districts, Rules & 
Reg. Vol. 7, p. 488 [Sec. 2] 
Beaches, preservation of, 63-211 
Bond issues, 14-1191 to 14-1195 
generally — 

Bonds fthis index) 
Counties (this index) 
Bonds in judicial proceedings, qualification 

of surety on, 10-24 
Borrowing in anticipation of taxes. Tax 

anticipation borrowing, infra 
Boundaries, 14-60 
Bridges — 

generally. Bridges fthis index) 
conveyances of, authorized, 33-1467 
erection and maintenance, 14-1169 

council's power to provide for, 14- 
1169 
Budget, 14-1169(15) 
Budget requests, 14-1181 

publication, 14-1182 
Building inspector — 

appeals to adjustment board from de- 
terminations of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7, p. 493 [Sec. 15] 
employment and functions, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 491, 492 [Sec. 12] 
Building lines — 

commercial districts. Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 490 [Sec. 7] 
industrial districts, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

p. 490 
residential districts. Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

p. 489 [Sec. 5] 
rural districts, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
488 [Sec. 3] 



CHARLESTON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Building lines — Cont'd 
subdivisions — 

"building line" defined, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 486 [Sec. F, 4] 
to be disclosed by final plat, Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 486 [Sec. E, 2, 
(b)] 
to be shown by preliminary plat, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 4S5 [Sec. 
D, 2, (b)] 
Building permits, 14-1201 to 14-1206; Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 491, 492 [Sec. 12] 
application for. Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 

492 [Sec. 12] 
fee for, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 492 
[Sec. 12] 
Buildings — 

committee to supervise, 14-1152 
council's power to construct and main- 
tain, 14-1169 
erection and maintenance, 14-1169 
Zoning, infra 
Chain gang — 

generally. Chain Gangs (this index) 
clothing of prisoners, law inapplicable, 

55-473 
custody of, 55-478 
use of, 55-455 

in certain municipalities, 55-467 
Christ Church Parish township — 

bonds for construction and maintenance 
of railroad, permissible amount, SC 
Const, Art 10, §5 [Vol. 7, pp. 280, 
281] 
railroad aid bonds, SC Const, Art 10, 
§6 
Circuit court and terms, 15-261, 15-278 

generally. Circuit Courts (this index) 
Civil and criminal court. Charleston Civil 

and Criminal Court (this index) 
Claims against — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
audit, 14-1187 
certification by clerk or secretary of 

governing body, 14-1187 
itemization, 14-1187 
publication of list not required, 14-426 
Clerk of courts — 

generally. Clerks of Courts (this in- 
dex) 
bond, amount of, 15-1706 
office hours, 14-1151 
Coastal waters, marking of restricted areas 
in, 28-972 

Commercial districts — - 

adjacent property, inclusion in, when 

permissible, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

490 [Sec. 6] 
area regulations, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

p. 490 [Sec. 7] 



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Commercial districts— Cont'd 

defined, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 490 

[Sec. 6] 
subdivided area in, defined, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 491 [Sec. 11] 
Commissioners, chairman of Board of, as 
ex officio member of equalization board, 
65-1805 
Common pleas court — 

appeals from decisions of State Ports 
Authority as to wharves, etc., in 
Charleston harbor, 54-37 
Charleston Civil and Criminal Court 
(this index) 
Congressional districts, 23-554 
Constables, 43-644 to 43-649 

generally. Constables (this index) 
civilian defense personnel as, 43-303 
monthly reports, 43-331 
Construction permits, 14-1201 to 14-1206 
Contracts, power of council to enter into, 

14-1169 
Cooper River Park and Playground Com- 

mission (this index) 
Coroner — .... 

generally. Coroners (this index) 
bond, 17-54 

magistrate not to act for. 17-62 
special provisions as to, 17-72 to 17-80 
Cotton weighers and weighing, applicability 
of provisions as to, 13-117 

Council — 

bond issues, 14-1191 to 14-1195 

chairman, 14-1164 

clerk, 14-1164 

compensation of members, 14-1165 

election, 14-1162 

legislative powers, 14-1169 

meetings, 14-1166 

number of members, 14-1162 

ordinances — 

publication and recording, 14-1168 
requisites to adoption, 14-1167 
powers, 14-1169 
proceedings, recording and publication, 

14-1168 
qualifications of members, 14-1162 
quorum, 14-1166 
records of proceedings, 14-1168 
rules and regulations, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, pp. 477-493 
term of office, 14-1163 
vacancies, how filled, 14-1163 
County courts, excepted from general law 

as to, 15-627 
County Hall Commission, 14-1241 to 14- 
1246 
appointment, 14-1243 
chairman, 14-1243 
duties. 14-1244 

entertainment tax, exemption from, 14- 
1246 



County Hall Commission — Cont'd 
license taxes, maximum, 14-1246 
number of members, 14-1243 
officers, 14-1243 
powers, 14-1244 
rentals of property, 14-1244 
secretary, 14-1243 
terms of members, 14-1243 
vacancies, how filled, 14-1243 
Court calendars, bar or contingent calen- 
dars not to be kept in, 15-1768 
Courthouses, council's power to construct, 

maintain and operate, 14-1169 
Courts — 

bailiffs, 15-1926_ 
calendars, 15-1768 

circuit court and terms, 15-261, 15-278 
Civil and Criminal Court. Charleston 
Civil and Criminal Court (this in- 
dex) 
Clerk of courts, supra 

Common pleas court, supra 

Constables, supra 

county courts law not applicable, 15-627 

General sessions court, infra 

Jurors, infra 

Magistrates, infra 

Masters, infra 

probate court — 

jurisdiction of, SC Const, Art 5, § 20 
office hours of judge, 14-1151 
Sheriff, infra 
Dance hall licenses, 5-603 
Debts, power of council to pay, 14-1169 
Drains (this index) 
Easements in subdivisions — 

for utilities, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 483 

[Sec. B, 6] 
on final plat, to show, Rules & Reg.. 

Vol. 7, p. 486 [Sec. E, 2 (a)] 
on preliminary plat. Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7, p. 485 [Sec. D, 2, (b)] 

Elections — 

generally. Counties (this index) 

bond issues, 14-1194 
Eminent domain, power of council to ex- 
ercise power, 14-1169 

Employees — 

list to be furnished county treasurer, 

14-1183 
salaries — 

appointee to fill vacancy, 14-1189 
not to be paid until statement of 

fees received filed, 14-1186 
payment, time of, 14-1187 
payment for January, February and 
March, 14-1188 
Expert in county planning and zoning, em- 
ployment of, 14-1213 
Fairs and Fair Associations (this index) 
Fees of officers, monthly statement, 14-1186 



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CHARLESTON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Ferries, construction and repair by gov- 
erning body, 33-1461 
Filling stations — 

advertising signs of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 492 [Sec. 13] 
commercial districts, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 490 [Sec. 6] 
equipment to be at least 10 feet from 
street line, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
490 [Sec. 7] 
location to be approved by planning 
board, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 490 
[Sec. 9] 
rural districts, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
488 [Sec. 2] 
Finances, 14-1181 to 14-1196 

generally. Counties (this index) 
Financial reports by officers and agencies, 
14-1181 

Fines — 

highways, violation of regulations as to, 

33-1470 
receipts by magistrates for, 43-645 
Fire, setting out of, restrictions on, 29-101.1, 

29-101.2 
Fireworks, power to restrict sale and use, 

66-553 
Fiscal year, generally, 14-16, 14-17 
Fishing — 

catfish trap license. 28-627 

coastal waters, restrictions on fishing in, 

28-971 to 28-979 
mode of taking fish, permissibility, 

28-624 
nets, sale or possession of, restricted, 

28-626 
seines used on beaches, restrictions on, 
28-634 
Folly Island Township — 
audit, 14-1267 

bonds of commissioners, 14-1266 
building restrictions, 14-1271 to 14-1274 
clerk of commission, 14-1265 
commissioners, 14-1262 to 14-1265 
disbursement of funds, 14-1282 
employees, 14-1270 
fines, disposition of, 14-1280 
licensing businesses, 14-1269 
meetings of commissioners, 14-1268 
needs, reporting of, 14-1283 
ordinances, 14-1269 

jurisdiction to try violations, 14-1280. 
penalties for violation of commissioners' 

regulations, 14-1276 
police officers — 

appointment, 14-1277 
summons and receipt system, 14-1278 
supervision, 14-1279 
powers of commissioners, 14-1275 
taxes — 

imposition, 14-1281 



CHARLESTON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Folly Island Township — Cont'd 
taxes — Cont'd 
lien, 14-1281 
payment, 14-1282 
territorial limits, 14-1261 
zoning restrictions, 14-1271 to 1274 
Forestry board, 29-55 to 29-58 
Forfeited land commission — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
auction sales of forfeited land, 65-3400 
leasing of property, 14-1153 
notice of sales of forfeited land, 65-3400 
option of city of Charleston to purchase 
forfeited lands in city, 65-3399 
Francis Marion National Forest, disposi- 
tion of moneys received from, 29-106 
Fruit stands — 

location to be approved by planning 
board, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 490 
[Sec. 9] 
permissibility in rural districts, Rules & 
. Reg. Vol. 7, p. 488 [Sec. 2] 
Funds, council's power as to, 14-1169 
Gambling rooms in, issuance of warrant to 

break open, 17-257 
Game wardens, removal, 28-124 
Game zone, 28-5 
Garages — 

in residential district, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 489 [Sec. 4, 5] 
in rural districts, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

p. 488 [Sec. 2] 
public, location to be approved by plan- 
ning board, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 490 [Sec. 9] 
Garbage collection and disposal facilities, 
power of council to provide, 14-1169 
Gasoline Taxes (this index) 
Gas stations. Filling stations, supra. 
General sessions court — 

police court, transfer of cases from, 

15-1568 
transfer of cases to Charleston Civil 
and Criminal Court. Charleston 
Civil and Criminal Court (this in- 
dex) 
witnesses, compensation of, 27-621.1 
Governing body — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
appropriations for welfare purposes, con- 
trol over, 71-331 
beaches, prevention of erosion, 63-211 
Council, supra 

ferries, construction and repair, 33-1461 
health, safety, and welfare activities, al- 
location of funds for, 71-332, 71-333 
highway beautification, power of, 33-576 
subdivision plats to be approved by, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 482 [Sec. A, 
2],4S6 [Sec. E. 5] 



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Governing body — Cont'd 

zoning adjusted board be appointed by, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 493 [Sec 
15] 
Government, 14-1161 to 14-1170 
Half holidays in, treatment of, for purpose 
of presenting commercial paper, 64-158 
Hall Commission. County Hall Commis- 
sion, supra 
Health, Board of, 32-141 to 32-152 

generally. Health Boards (this in- 
dex") 
Bureau of Vital Statistics' fees, control 

of, 32-150 
expenditures, 32-151 
members, 32-141, 32-142 
powers in certain cases, 32-147 
rules and regulations, power to adopt, 

32-146 
tourist camps, duties as to, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 478 [Sec. 4] 
Health officer, 32-143 
employees, 32-144 
interference with agents of, penalty for, 

32-152 
jurisdiction, 32-145 

physicians to report communicable dis- 
eases to, 32-149 
powers of inspection, 32-148 
Highways — 

generally — 

Counties fthis index) 
Highways (this index) 
abandoned, conveyance of, 33-1466 
beautification, 33-576 

marking of beautified sections, 33-562 
building and repairing, 14-1169 
condemnation for purposes of, 33-1463 

road building material, 33-1464 
conveyances authorized, 33-1466, 33-1467 
council's power to provide for, 14-1169 
damage to — 

actions for, 33-462 
penalized, 33-461 
development plants, approval as condi- 
tion of acceptance or improvement 
as public highways, 33-1462 
drainage pipes, installation and main- 
tenance, 33-1469 
exchange of property on abandonment 

of highway, 33-1466 
lighting of signs, advertisements, etc., 

regulated, 33-1468 

plan for opening or extending to be 

submitted to planning board, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 481 [Sec. A, 1] 

railroad companies, exchange of lands 

with, 33-1463 
subdivision, streets in — 

access to, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
4S3 [Sec. B, 3] 



CHARLESTON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Highways — Cont'd 

subdivision, streets in — Cont'd 

arrangement of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

p. 482 [Sec. B, 2] 
block lengths. Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

pp. 483, 484 [Sec. B, 10] 
corners, rounding, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 483 [See. B, 5] 
dead end to be provided with turn- 
around. Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
483 [Sec. B, 71 
final plat to show. Rules it Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 4S6 [Sec. E, 2(a1] 
grades, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 483 

[Sec. B, 8] 
half street along adjoining property, 
permissibility, Rules 8c Reg., Vol. 
7, p. 483 [Sec. B, 4] 
improvement as prerequisite to final 
approval of plat, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 484 [Sec. C, 1(a) (b)] 
intersections, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

p. 483 [Sec. B, 9] 
preliminary plat to show, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 485 [Sec. D, 
2(a}(l>1] 
prospective system for part of tract 
not submitted. Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 482 [Sec. B, 2] 
street system, relation of streets to. 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 482 [Sec. 
B, 2] 
tree planting in, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 484 [Sec. B, 14] 
width, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 482 
[Sec. B, 2] 
minimum, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 483 [Sec. B, 4] 
Hospitalization of poor, indigent, and aged, 

71-326 
House of Representatives, number of mem- 
bers apportioned to, 30-1 
constitutional provisions, SC Const, Art 
3, §3 
Incompetent persons, care and disposal of, 

71-326 
Isle of Palms (this index) 
Jails— 

generally. Jails and Jailers (this in- 
dex) 
council's power to construct and main- 
tain, 14-1169 
physician for, 55-420 
Judicial sales — 

fees for, 10-1755. 10-1778 
hours for, 10-1763 
place of, 10-1765 

Jurors — 

compensation, 38-308(S) 

council's power to pay, 14-1169 
Leasing of county property, 14-1169 



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CHARLESTON COUNTY— Cont'd 
Legal notices, rates for, 10-1311 
Libraries generally. Counties (this index) 
Licenses — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
to sell goods from motor vehicles, 

65-3391 
Lots in subdivisions — 

arrangement. Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

484 [Sec. B, 12] 
area, minimum, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

p. 484 [Sec. B, 13] 
data to be disclosed by preliminary and 

final plat, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 

485, 486 [Sec. D, 2; Sec. E. 2] 
definition, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 487 

[Sec. F, 6] 
double frontages to be avoided, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 484 [Sec. B, 12] 
preliminary plat to show lines of, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 485 [Sec. D, 2 

(b)] 
restrictions on use, discloses of, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 4SS, 486 [Sec. D, 

2(j); Sec. E, 3(c)] 
side lines, angles to street, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 484 [Sec. B, 12] 
sizes. Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 484 [Sec. 

B. 13] 
use of, to be disclosed by preliminary 

and final plats, Rules & Reg., Vol 7, 

pp. 485, 4S6 [Sec. D, 2 (j) ; Sec. E, 

3(c)] 
width, minimum, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 484 [Sec. B, 13] 
Lunch stands — 

location to be approved by planning 

board, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 490 

[Sec. 9] 
permissibility in rural districts, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 488 [Sec. 2] 
use and occupancy permit required, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 493 [Sec. 14] 
Magistrates, 43-644 to 43-649 

generally. Magistrates (this index) 
bail, return of papers to general sessions, 

43-246 
building permits issuable by, 14-1201 

to 14-1206 
deposit in lieu of bail, disposition of, 

43-244 
monthly reports, 43-13 
not affected by provisions as to re- 
corder's court, 43-649 
police court, transfer of cases from, 

15-1568 
recorder, acting in absence of, 15-1556 
Sullivan's Township, jurisdiction of vio- 
lations of ordinances ol, 15-1540 
Manager, power of council to provide for 
appointment of, 14-1169 



CHARLESTON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Master — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
bond, 15-1807 
established, 15-1801 
land sales, 15-1825 
Migratory bird refuge, lands ceded to LTnit- 

ed States for, 39-121 
Municipalities, powers of, as unaffected by 

provision for county council, 14-1170 
Officers — 

generally. Counties (this index) 

particular officers, see appropriate 
lines herein 
council's authority to pay, 14-1169 
office hours, 14-1151 
salaries — 

not to be paid until statement of fees 

received filed, 14-1186 
payment, time of, 14-1187 
Ordinances, council's power to enact, 

14-1169 
Oyster farm in, 28-800 

Paupers, council's authority to support, 
14-1169 

Peace officers — 

monthly reports, 53-8 
receipts in triplicate for moneys re- 
ceived, 53-854 
Planning. Counties (this index) 
Planning board — 

building inspector, employment of, 

Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 491 [Sec. 12] 
highway opening or extension plan to 

be submitted to, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 481 [Sec. A, 1] 
subdivision plats to be approved by, 

Rules & Regulations., Vol. 7, p. 486 

[Sec. E, 5] 
tourist or trailer camps, permits for, 

Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 477, 478 

[Sec. 2-4] 
Police — 

generally. Rural Police (this index) 
bond, 53-374 
dismissal, 53-386 
duties, generally, 53-376 
equipment, 53-372 
investigation of complaints against, 

53-385 
jurisdiction, 53-375 
monthly reports, 53-8 
number of, 53-371 
oath of office, 53-373 
powers, generally, 53-377 
qualifications, 53-372 
radio, use of short wave net of city 

and county, 53-378 
rules and regulations, 53-378 
salary, 53-371 

withholding as penalty for breach 
of duty, etc. 53-386 



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Police — Cont'd 

summons and receipt system — 
daily check, 53-379 
moneys, receipting for, 53-381 
penalty for violations, 53-382 
service of summons, 53-380 
triplicate numbered combination sys- 
tem, 53-379 
suspension, 53-386 
traffic safety, promotion of, 53-384 
weekly report of rural and traffic police, 
53-383 
Polling precincts in, 23-163 
Poll taxes, extra constable for collection 

of, 43-646 
Poor persons, council's authority to support, 

14-1169 
Port. State Port's Authority, infra 
Potatoes for seed, certification and label- 
ing, 3-451 to 3-454 
Prisoners, maintenance and support, 14-1169 
Prison farm- 
maintenance and operation, 14-1169, 55- 

712 
service of certain sentences on, 55-711 

Probate court — 

generally. Probate Courts (this in- 
dex 
jurisdiction of, SC Const, Art 5, § 20 
Probate judge, office hours, 14-1151 
Produce stands, restrictions on, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 493 [Sec. 14] 
location to be approved by planning 
board, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 490 
[Sec. 9] 
permissibility in rural districts, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 488 [Sec. 2] 

Property — 

committee to supervise, 14-1152 
leasing of, 14-1153 
Public improvements, council's power to 
construct and maintain. 14-1169 
generally. Counties (this index) 
allocation of funds, 71-332, 71-333, 71- 

333.1 
chairman, 71-323 
compensation, 71-323 

co-ordination and supervision of public 
health, safety and welfare agencies, 
71-333.1 
creation, 71-321 
duties generally, 71-326 
election of members, 71-321 
executive secretary, 71-325 
funds — - 

control of, 71-333.2 
unexpended, 71-333.3 
meetings, 71-323 
number of members, 71-321 
old age pension laws, powers as to, 71-327 
powers generally, 71-326 



CHARLESTON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Public improvements, etc.— Cont'd 
removal of member, 71-322 
secretary, 71-323 

social security laws, powers as to, 71-327 
term of office of members, 71-321 
vacancies, how filled, 71-322 
Public utilities in subdivisions — 

easements for, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

483 [Sec. B, 6] 
location to be shown by preliminary plat, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 485 [Sec. 
D,2(a)] 
prerequisite to final approval of plat, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 484 [Sec. 
C, 1(a), (b)] 
Public Welfare Department. Counties (this 

index) 
Purchasing agent, school supplies to be pur- 
chased from, 21-1639 
Refuse collection and disposal facilities, 
power of council to provide, 14-1169 
Register of mesne conveyances, 60-6.1 

generally. Registers of Mesne Con- 
veyances (this index) 
bond, 60-2 

deputy registers, 60-3 
election, 60-1 

hours for open office, 14-1151 
location of office, 60-4 
oath of office, 60-2 
office hours, 14-1151, 60-4 
plats, fees for recording, 60-205 
term of office, 60-1 
vacancy, 60-5 
Registration and recordation — 
fees for, 27-52, 27-75 
index book, entry of papers on filing, 

60-154 
plats, special requirements as to, 60-205 
Residential districts — 

area regulations, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

p. 489 [Sec. 5] 
definitions, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 488, 

489 [Sec. 4] 
subdivided area in, defined. Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 491 [Sec. 11] 
uses permissible, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 4S9 [Sec. 4] 
Rural police. Police, ante 
St. Andrews Parish Playground Commis- 
sion, 51-281 to 51-284 
St. James Santee Township — 

railroad aid bonds, SC Const, Art 10, 

§6 
railroad bonds, permissible amount, SC 
Const, Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 7, p. 281] 
Sale of cotton, local exceptions as to, 13- 

315 
Sales from motor vehicles as requiring li- 
cense, 65-3391 
Saturday as business day in, 64-158 



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CHARLESTON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Schools — ■ 

generally — 

Counties (this index) 
Schools (this index) 
Board of Appeals, 21-1601 
Board of Education — 
appointment, 21-1611 
chairman, 21-1612 
compensation, 21-1612 
contracts with relatives prohibited, 

21-1615 
County board fund, infra 
duties, 21-1614 

equalization fund, 21-1651 to 21-1654 
majority to control, when, 21-1612 
meetings, 21-1612 
mileage, allowance of, 21-1612 
number of members, 21-1611 
powers, 21-1614 

qualification of members, 21-1611 
quorum, 21-1612 
secretary, 21-1624 
Superintendent, appointment of, 

21-1621 
surplus funds of districts outside city 
of Charleston, ascertainment of, 
21-1683 
term of office, 21-1611 
trustees, district, appointment of, 

21-1635 
vice-chairman, 21-1612 
bonds, unsold portion of issue not to 
be sold by district without consent 
of county governing body, 21-1665 
borrowing, 21-1663 
budgets, 21-1640 

Board of Education to consider and 

approve or disapprove, 21-1614 
increases, 21-1641 
transfer of items, 21-1641 
city of Charleston district, see District 

No. 20, infra, this group 
claims against school funds, payment of 
pay roll and other claims, 21-952, 21- 
1662 

Cooper River District No. 4, equaliza- 
tion fund tax, right to share in, 
21-1651 

county board fund, 21-1651 to 21-1654 
administrative expenses payable from, 

21-1654 
attorney for Board of Education, 

payment of compensation from, 

21-1654 
loans to be paid into and repaid from, 

21-1663 
supplies, cost of, to be defrayed from, 

21-1654 
District No. 20— 

applicability of provisions to, 21-1603 
boys' night school, 21-1685 



CHARLESTON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Schools — Cont'd 

District No. 20— Cont'd 

Director of Business Management, 
appointment, term, and salary, 
21-1674 
Federal aid, 21-1681 
scholarships in State University, 

recommendation to, 21-1686 
Superintendent of Schools — 
appointment of, 21-1673 
assistant — 

duties, 21-1673, 21-1675 
term of employment, 21-1673 
curriculum, control over, 21-1676 
duties, 21-1676 
term of employment, 21-1673 
textbooks, recommendation by, 

21-1676 
trustees, participation in delibera- 
tions of, only, 21-1675 
surplus school funds of districts out- 
side city of Charleston to be 
paid to, 21-1682 to 21-1684 
tax anticipation borrowing, 21-1680 
taxes, 21-1678, 21-1679 

auditor to levy, 65-3393 
teachers — 

examination by trustees, 21-1677 
investigation of applicants by 
Superintendent of Schools, 
21-1676 
retirement fund, 61-451 to 61-458 
board of trustees, 61-452 
administration by, 61-451 
powers, generally, 61-453 
disability retirement, 61-456 
payments from fund for gen- 
general school purposes, 
61-458 
proration of benefits when fund 

insufficient, 61-457 
65, retirement at age of, 61-455 
what fund to consist of, 61-454 
trustees to elect and dismiss, 
21-1677 
trustees — 

appointment, 21-1672 
chairman, 21-1673 
clerk, 21-1673 

curriculum, control over, 21-1677 
director of business management, 
appointment, term, and salary, 
21-1674 
duties and powers, 21-1671, 21- 

1677 
employees, 21-1673 
number, 21-1672 
reports to State Superintendent of 

Education, 21-1687 
teachers, employment of, 21-1677 
term of office, 21-1672 
textbooks, adoption of, 21-1677 



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CHARLESTON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Schools — Cont'd 

District No. 20— Cont'd 
trustees — Cont'd 

vacancies, how filled, 21-1672 
vice-chairman, 21-1673 
extra expenses, how defrayed, 21-1642 
finances, 21-1651 to 21-1665 
holidays, regulation of, 21-1638 
improvement funds, temporary invest- 
ment, 21-1664 
James Island District No. 3 parks and 
playgrounds, supervision of, 21-1602 
reserve fund provisions as inapplicable 

to. 21-941 
Superintendent of Education — 
appointment, 21-1621 
assistant, 21-1621 
bond, 21-1622 
duties, 21-1623 
removal, 21-1622 
bond, 21-1622 
claims, monthly statement to be filed 

with, 21-1662 
clerks, employment of, 21-1624 
compensation, 21-1621 
duties, 21-1623 

jurisdiction, territorial, 21-1625 
jury commissioner, 15-1511 
removal, 21-1622 
secretary of Board of Education, 

21-1624 
term of office, 21-1621 
supplies to be purchased from county 

purchasing agent, 21-1639 
tax anticipation borrowing, 21-1663 
taxes, levies of, 21-930 
Charleston County — 
levies in, 21-930 
special provision as to, 21-920 
city of Charleston, collection and ex- 
penditures in, 21-1659 
county board fund, 21-1651 
district levies, 21-1661 
reduction or discontinuance, general 
provisions inapplicable to county, 
21-936 
retirement fund of County School 

District 20 to share in, 61-454 
special, for teachers' salaries, 21-1658 

to 21-1660 
special provision as to, 21-920 
teachers — 

approval or disapproval by Board of 
Education of appointment, 21- 
1614 
District No. 20, supra, this group 
election of, 21-1631 
salaries, 21-1638 

fixing of, 21-1614 
election of, 21-1631 



CHARLESTON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Schools — Cont'd 
trustees — - 

budgets. 21-1640 

claims, monthly statement of, 21-1662 

Cooper River District Xo. 4, 21-1632 

District No. 20, supra, this group 

election of, 21-1631 

election on appointing or electing, 

21-1635 
holidays, regulation of, 21-1638 
purchase of supplies, 21-1639 
secretary, 21-1637 

teachers, power to elect and fix sal- 
aries, 21-1638 
vacancies, how filled, 21-1631, 21-1636 
vouchers, execution by, 21-1637 
warrants, Board of Education to pre- 
scribe forms of, 21-1614 
Sewer districts, 59-511 to 59-521 
connection charges, 59-511 

lien and collection of, 59-513 
payment of, 59-512 
record of, 59-514 
loans to districts by county— 
application for, 59-516 
assignment of connection charges to 
secure, 59-517 
collection and disposition of 

charges after, 59-521 
notice to property owners of, 
59-520 

authorized, 59-515. 
making of, 59-518 

publication of expenditures of pro- 
ceeds, 59-519 

use of proceeds, 59-519 
Sheriff— 

generally. Sheriffs (this index) 
bond, amount of, 53-55 
deputy sheriff, 53-72 
fees for dieting prisoners, 27-405 
jury commissioner, 15-1511 
liability for unclaimed purchase price 
of personal property sold for taxes, 
65-3402 
office hours, 14-1151 
Sidewalks, council's power to construct and 

maintain, 14-1169 
Sinking funds generally. Counties (this 

index) 
Soil conservation committee area for selec- 
tion of members, 63-61.1 
Special Welfare Board, meetings, special, 

71-324 
State Ports Authority — 

supervision of wharves, etc., territorial 

limitation on, 54-38 
use of State lands by, 54-17 
Streets. Highways, supra 



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CHARLESTON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Subdivision of land, regulations governing, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 481-487 
adjacent — 

to be designated by final plat, Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 4S6 [Sec. E, 2 
(e)] 
to be disclosed bv preliminary plat, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 485 
[Sec. D, 2 (e)] 
agricultural, exemption of, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 487 [Sec. F, S] 
blocks- 
lengths, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 483, 

484 [Sec. B, 10] 
widths, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 484 
[Sec. E, 11] 
Board of Commissioners, transmittal of 
disapproved application to, Rules & 
Reg. Vol. 7, p. 482 [Sec. A, 2] 
bonds for installation of improvements, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 484 [Sec. C, 
1(b)] 
boundary, final plat to show, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 486 [Sec. E, 2, (g)] 
Building lines, supra 
certificates. Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 

482,486 [Sec. A, 4; Sec. E, 3] 
contours to be shown on preliminary 
plat, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 485 
[Sec. D, 2 (g)] 
crosswalks at middle of block, Rules & 

Reg. Vol. 7, p. 484 [Sec. B, 10] 
dating — ■ 

final plat, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 486 

[Sec. E, 2(f)] 
preliminary plat, Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7, p. 485 [Sec. D, 2 (h)] 
dedication, acceptance of, by approval of 
final plat, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
486 [Sec. E, 5] 
dedications proposed, to be disclosed by 
preliminary and final plat, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 485, 486 [Sec. D, 
2 (f); Sec. E, 3 (a)] 

definition, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 487 
[Sec. F, 5] 
of terms used in regulations, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 486, 487 [Sec. 
F] 
discussions between subdividers and 
planning board, Rules & Reg. Vol. 
7, p. 481 [Sec. A, 1] 
drainage, provision for, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 484 [Sec. C, (a)] 
Easements, supra 

effective date of regulations, Rules & 
Reg. Vol. 7, p. 487 

Federal agencies, subdivisions previously 
approved by, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 481 

[8 SC Code] — II 



CHARLESTON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Subdivision of land, etc. — Cont'd 
final plat — 

approvals, developments prerequisite 
to. Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 4S4, 
485 [Sec. C, 1] 
data required on, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, pp. 485, 486 [Sec. E, 2] 
dedications, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 
482, 486 [Sec. A, 4; Sec. E, 3] 
drafting standards, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 485 [Sec. E, 1] 
endorsements. Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
pp. 482, 486 [Sec. A, 4; Sec. E, 3] 
filing for record, Rules & Reg. Vol. 

7, p. 486 [Sec. E, 4] 
scale, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 486 

[Sec. E, 3] 
signatures on, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

p. 482 [Sec. A, 3] 
submission of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 482 [Sec. A, 3] 
intersections, rounding corners. Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 483 [Sec. B, 5] 
Lots in subdivisions, supra 
map, official — 

defined, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 486 

[Sec. F, 3] 
of countv, conformity to. Rules & 
Reg.. Vol. 7, p. 482 [Sec. B, 1] 
markers. Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 485 

[Sec. C, 2] 
master plan — 

defined, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 486 

[Sec. F, 2] 
of countv, conformity to, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 482 [Sec. B, 1] 
monuments, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 485 
[Sec. C, 2] 
location to be shown on final plat, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 4S6 (Sec. 
E, 2 (d)] 
name to be disclosed by final plat, Rules 
& Reg. Vol. 7, p. 486 [Sec. E, 2 (f)] 
parks or playgrounds, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 484 [Sec. B, 15] 
penalty for violation of regulations, 

Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 487 
permit, fee for, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

481 [Sec. A, 1] 
plan of, to be submitted to planning 
board, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 481 
[Sec. A, 1] 
plat, defined, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

486 [Sec. F, 1] 
preliminary plat — 

approval or disapproval, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 481 [Sec. A, 2] 

information to be shown by, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 485 [Sec. D, 2] 

scale, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 485 

[Sec. D, 1] 



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CHARLESTON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Subdivision of land — Cont'd 
preliminary plat — Cont'd 

submission of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 481 [Sec. A, 1] 
procedure, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 481 

[Sec. A] 
profiles, when to accompany preliminary 
plat, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 485 
[Sec. D, 2 (i)] 
public open spaces, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 484 
Public utilities, supra 
purpose of regulations, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 481 
recording of final plat, Rules & Reg., 

Vol." 7, p. 486 [Sec. E, 4] 
recreational open spaces, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 484 [Sec. B, 15] 
final plat to show, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 486 [Sec. E, 2 (a)] 
preliminary plat to show, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 485 [Sec. D, 2 
(b)] 
requirements, minimum, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, pp. 482-484 
reserve strips controlling access to 
streets, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 483 
[Sec. B, 3] 
severability of regulations in case of par- 
tial invalidity, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 487 
sewers, plan of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

485 [Sec. D, 2 (i)] 
streets in. Highways, supra 
title to be disclosed by preliminary and 
final plats, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 
485, 486 [Sec. D, 2, (d) ; Sec. E, 2, 
(f)] 
tree planting in streets, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 484 [Sec. B, 14] 
Sullivan's Island (this index) 
Sullivan's Island Township — • 
Board of Commissioners — • 
appointment, 14-1291 
election, 14-1291 
number, 14-1291 
powers, 14-1291 
qualifications, 14-1291 
terms of office, 14-1292 
vacancies, how filled, 14-1293 
tax for fire protection, 14-1294 
violations of ordinances of, jurisdiction 
and disposition of fines, 15-1540 
Supervisor, 14-1 lfi4 
Tax anticipation borrowing, 14-464 

generally. Counties (this index) 
power of council, 14-1169 
to pay salaries, 14-1188 



CHARLESTON COUNTY— Cont'd 
Taxes — 

generally — ■ 

Counties (this index) 
Taxation (this index) 
abstract to be transmitted to Comp- 
troller General and governing body, 
65-1767 
alcoholic beverages, 65-3411 to 65-3414 
assessors — 

chairman, 65-1905 
duties, 65-1907 
election of, 65-1903 
inspection of property, 65-1905 
majority vote to control, 65-1905 
number, 65-1901 
quorum, 65-1905 

residential requirements, 65-1904 
term of office, 65-1903 
tie vote, 65-1905 
vacancies, how filled, 65-1906 
auditor's duties, 65-1911 
Board of Tax Appeals, 65-1922 

appeals from, to State Commission, 

65-1925 
appeals to, 65-1921, 65-1923, 65-1924 
reassessments, power to order, 65- 
1926 
bond principal and interest, payment of, 

14-1193 
changes in assessments, notice to county 

auditor of, 65-1918 
Charleston National Guard, tax levy for, 

44-706 
collection by deputy treasurer, 65-1959 
consultant, 65-1908, 65-1909 
council's power to levy, 14-1169 
districts, 65-1507 

entry for purpose of inspection or ap- 
praisement, 65-1910 
equalization board, 65-1901 

appeals from applications for reduc- 
tion of assessment, 65-1921 
expenses as claim against countv, 

65-1915 
hearings on increases in valuation 
or new assessments, 65-1920 
equalization of assessments, 65-1912 to 

65-1915 
exemption from — 

armed forces, members of, 65-1583 
cotton or textile enterprises, SC 

Const, Art 8, § 8 
manufacturing plants and additions 

thereto, 65-1542, 65-1543 
motor vehicles of certain county em- 
ployees, 65-1589 
Forfeited land commission, supra 
millage to be filed by levying bodies by 

May 15, 65-3392 
military code not to affect levy for 
military organizations, 44-13 

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CHARLESTON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Taxes — Cont'd 

new assessment, notice of, 65-1919 

proration, on property acquired by Unit- 
ed States, 65-1582 

railroad property, assessments of, not 
affected by provisions regarding 
Charleston County taxes, 65-1927 

reassessment, power of board of tax ap- 
peals to order, 65-1926 

sale for, disposition of unclaimed pur- 
chase price of redeemed property, 
65-3397, 65-3398, 65-3401 

valuation, notice to taxpayer of increase 
of, 65-1919 

Tourist or trailer camps or courts — 

regulations generally. Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, pp. 477-481 

animals, domestic, not permitted. Rules 
& Reg, Vol. 7, p. 480 [Sec. 18] 

conflicting resolutions or ordinances re- 
pealed, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 481 
[Sec. 23] 

conformity to State and county statutes, 
ordinances, etc, required, Rules & 
Reg, Vol. 7, p. 480 [Sec. 19] 

date, effective, of regulations, Rules & 
Reg, Vol. 7, p. 481 [Sec. 25] 

denned, Rules & Reg, Vol. 7, p. 491 
[Sec. 11] 

disinfecting of floors in shower and toi- 
let rooms, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 
479 [Sec. 11] 

dogs, restrictions on, Rules & Reg, Vol 
7, p. 480 [Sec. 18] 

electrical supply, Rules & Reg, Vol. 7, 
p. 480 [Sec. 17] 

fire protection, Rules & Reg, Vol. 7, pp. 
479, 480 [Sec. 16] 

garbage, disposal of. Rules & Reg, Vol. 
7, p. 479 [Sec. 15] 

laundry room, Rules & Reg, Vol. 7, p. 
479 [Sec. 12] 

lavatories, Rules & Reg, Vol. 7, p. 479 

[Sec. 11] 
location to be approved by planning 

board. Rules & Reg, Vol. 7 p. 490 

[Sec. 9] 

nonconformity to regulations — 

penalty for, Rules & Reg, Vol. 7, p. 

480 [Sec. 22] 
when permissible, Rules & Reg, Vol. 
7, p. 480 [Sec. 21] 
penalty for violation of regulations, 
Rules & Reg, Vol. 7, p. 480 [Sec. 
22] 

permits, Rules & Reg, Vol. 7, p. 477 
[Sec. 2] 
application for, Rules & Reg, Vol. 7, 

p. 477 [Sec. 3] 
fee for, Rules & Reg, Vol. 7, p. 477 
(Sec. 3] 



CHARLESTON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Tourist or trailer camps or courts — Cont'd 
pets, restrictions on, Rules & Reg, Vol. 

7, p. 480 [Sec. 18] 
rubbish, to be kept clear of, Rules & 

Reg, Vol. 7, p. 479 [Sec. 16] 
rural districts, permissibility in. Rules & 

Reg, Vol. 7, p. 488 [Sec. 2] 
separability provision in case of partial 

invalidity, Rules & Reg, Vol. 7, p. 

481 [Sec. 24] 
sewage disposal, Rules & Reg, Vol. 7, p 

479 [Sec. 14] 

sinks in, Rules & Reg, Vol. 7, p 479 

[Sec. 13] 
site, inspection and approval of. Rules & 

Reg, Vol. 7, p. 478 [Sec. 4] 

toilets, Rules & Reg, Vol. 7, p. 479 [Sec. 
14] 

wheels, removal of, Rules & Reg, Vol 

7, p. 480 [Sec. 16] 
zoning laws and regulations, conformity 

to, Rules & Reg, Vol. 7, p. 478 [Sec. 

4] 
Traffic police — 

generally. Police, ante 

officers to have powers of rural police 

53-853 

Trailer camps. Tourist or trailer camps, 
supra 

Trailers, house — 

parking on street, alley, highway, or oth- 
er public place, Rules & Reg, Vol. 
7, p. 480 [Sec. 20] 

residential property, restrictions on 
parking on, Rules & Reg, Vol. 7, p. 

480 [Sec. 20] 
Treasurer — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
bond, amount, 65-1952 
County Hall Commission, custody of 

money collected by, 14-1245 
deputy, 65-1959 

disbursements, monthly publication of, 
14-1185 

jury commissioner, 15-1511 

office hours, 14-1151 

report by on beer, wine and alcoholic 
liquor tax funds, 65-3414 

School District No. 20, levy and collec- 
tion of taxes for, 65-3393, 65-3394 

Sullivan's Island Township, disposition 
of fines for violations of ordinances 
of, 15-1540 

Unexpended funds, disposal of, 14-1184 
United States, lands ceded to, 39-102, 39- 

103, 39-112 to 39-124, 39-134 
Used car lots, location to be approved by 

planning board, Rules & Reg, Vol. 7, 

p. 490 [Sec. 9] 



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Zoning regulations, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
pp. 487-194 

accessory buildings or uses, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 489 [Sec. 5] 
"accessory use," denned. Rules & 
Reg.,' Vol. 7, p. 491 [Sec. 11] 
adjustment board, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

p. 493 [Sec. IS] 
Advertising signs, supra 
"allev" denned, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

491 [Sec. 11] 
"alley line" defined, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 491 [Sec. 11] 
apartment botels in "B" residential dis- 
tricts, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 489 
[Sec. 4] 
appeals to board of adjustment, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 493 [Sec. 15] 
athletic fields in residential districts, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 489 (Sec. 
4] 
Barbecue restaurants, supra 
boarders, taking of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 489 [Sec. 4] 
"boarding house," defined. Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 491 [Sec. 11] 
Building inspectors, supra 
Building lines, supra 
Building permits, supra 
cemeteries in residential districts, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 489 [Sec. 4] 
certificate of occupancy. Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 492 [Sec. 12] 
churches in "A" residential district, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 489 [Sec. 
4] 
classes of districts, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 488 [Sec. 1]. 
clubs, social, in "B" residential districts, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 489 [Sec. 4] 
Commercial districts, supra 
definitions, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 491 

[Sec. 11] 
detrimental uses in residential districts, 
prohibited, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
489 [Sec. 4] 
directional markers, permissibility in 
rural districts, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 488 [Sec. 2] 
distances between buildings in rural dis- 
tricts, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 4S8 
[Sec. 3] 
"district line," defined, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 491 [Sec. 11] 
dormitory for faculty or students, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 489 [Sec. 4] 
"dwelling," defined, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 491 [Sec. 11] 
effective date of regulations, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 494 [Sec. 18] 
enforcement officer, Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7, p. 491 [Sec. 12] 



CHARLESTON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Zoning regulations — Cont'd 

"family," defined, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

p."491 [Sec. 11] 
farm buildings, use and occupancy per- 
mit not required for erection of, 
Rules & Rig.. Vol. 7, p. 492 [Sec. 14] 
farming, use of land in residential dis- 
trict for, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
489 [Sec. 4] 
Filling stations, supra 
filter for water supply, use of land in 
residential district for. Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 489 [Sec. 4] 
fraternity houses in "A" residential dis- 
tricts, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 489 
[Sec. 4] 
Fruit stands, supra 
Garages, supra 
gardens in residential districts. Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 489 [Sec. 4] 
greenhouses in residential districts, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 489 [Sec. 4] 
historical markers, permissibility in rural 
districts, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
488 [Sec. 2] 
historic interest areas, advertising signs 
not permitted, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 492 [Sec. 13] 
hospitals in residential districts, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 489 [Sec. 4] 
"hotel," defined. Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

491 [Sec. 11] 
industrial districts — 

defined, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 490 

[Sec. 8] 
uses permissible, Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7, p. 490 
jurisdiction to trv violators of regula- 
tions, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 494 
[Sec. 16] 
libraries in "A" residential districts, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 489 [Sec. 4] 
lodgers, taking of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 489 [Sec. 4] 

lot- 
defined, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 491 

[Sec. 11] 
in subdivisions. Lots, supra 

Lunch stands, supra 

multiple dwellings in "B" residential dis- 
trict, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 489 
[Sec. 4] 

museums in "A" residential districts, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 489 I Sec. 
4] 

non-conforming existing uses, continu- 
ance of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 491 
[Sec. 10] 
"non-conforming use," defined, Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 491 [Sec. 11] 



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CHARLESTON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Zoning regulations — Cont'd 

nurserv plants, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

489 [Sec. 4] 
offensive uses in residential districts, 

Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 489 [Sec. 4] 
parks in residential districts, Rules & 

' Reg., Vol. 7, p. 489 [Sec. 4] 
"passageway," defined, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 491 [Sec. 11] 
penalty for violation of regulations, Rules 

&Reg., Vol. 7, p. 494 [Sec. 16] 
playgrounds in residential districts, 

Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 489 [Sec. 4] 
power stations in "B" residential dis- 
tricts. Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 489 

[Sec. 4] 
produce, sale of. Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

489 [Sec. 4] 
Produce stands, supra 

public utility or purpose, use for, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 493 [Sec. IS] 
reclassifications, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

490 [Sec. 6] 

repeal of conflicting provisions, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 494 [Sec. 17] 
reservoir, use of land in residential dis- 
trict for, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
489 [Sec. 4] 
Residential districts, supra 
"rooming-house," defined. Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 491 [Sec. 11] 
rural districts, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
488 [Sec. 2] 
holding line and area regulations, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 488 [Sec. 
3] 
salvage, storage, or service vards. Rules 

6 Reg., Vol. 7, p. 490 [Sec. 9] 
scenic beauty areas, advertising signs 

not permitted. Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

p. 492 [Sec. 13] 
severability provision in case of partial 

invalidity, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

494 [Sec. 17] 
side line clearances, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7 p. 489 [Sec. 5] 

sorority house in "A" residential districts. 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 489 [Sec. 4] 

stores, permissibility in commercial dis- 
tricts, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 490 
[Sec. 6] 

"street line," defined, Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7, p. 491 [Sec. 11] 

"subdivided area," defined, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 491 [Sec. 11] 

Tourist or trailer camps or courts, supra 

two-family dwellings, in "B" residential 
district, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 489 
[Sec 4] 



CHARLESTON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Zoning regulations — Cont'd 

use and occupancy permits, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 492 [Reg. 12, 14] 

used car lots, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 490 
[Sec. 9] 

variances from regulations, to be permit- 
ted by board. Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 493 [Sec. IS] 

well, use of land, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 489 [Sec. 4] 



CHARLESTON COUNTY PUBLIC 
WELFARE BOARD 



Charleston County (this index) 



CHARLESTON HARBOR 

Board of Harbor Commissioners, 54-121 
to 54-128 
annual meeting, 54-122 
annual report, 54-128 
dredging or excavation, disposition of 

material from, 54-124 
fees and port charges, 54-126 

disposition of, 54-127 
harbor master, 54-125 
meetings, 54-122 
members. 54-121 
penalties for violations, 54-123 

disposition of, 54-127 
port wardens, 54-125 
powers, generally, 54-123 
territorial jurisdiction, 54-123 
State port, designation as, 54-451 
State Ports Authority — 

docks and structures, powers as to, 
54-51 to 54-55 
deepening of docks, 54-54 

excavated material, violations as to de- 
posit of, authority to prosecute for, 
54-124 
penalties — 

building wharves or other obstruc- 
tions without authority, 54-52, 
54-53 
failing to repair docks, 54-54 
prosecutions by authority for, 54-55 
permits for construction, 54-52 
purposes of, 54-11, 54-13 
State lands, use of, 54-17 
wharves, warehouses, and terminal fa- 
cilities, powers as to, 54-31 to 54-38 
appeals, 54-37 
application of article, 54-38 
examination, 54-32 
improvements, power to require 

54-33, 54-34 
penalties for violations, 54-36 
repairs, power to require, 54-33, 54-35 



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United States, lands ceded to, 39-119, 39- 

120, 39-122, 39-134 (4, 11, 12) 
Vesting of lands in, 47-1541 



CHARLESTON HOME 

Escheat of personal property of inmate, 
57-223 



CHARLESTON MASONIC 
ASSOCIATION 

Tax exemption, 65-1523(48) 



CHARLESTON MUNICIPAL 
STADIUM COMMISSION 

Generally, 5-701 to 5-708 

Annual statements, 5-706 

Controller, 5-704 

Establishment, 5-701 

Limitation or curtailment of provisions 

of chapter in case of conflict, 5-708 
Meetings, 5-703 
Members, appointment, terms, vacancies, 

pay, etc., 5-702 
Officers, 5-703, 5-704 
Powers and duties, 5-705 
Quorum, 5-703 
Records, 5-706 
Title to stadium to remain in city council, 

5-707 
Treasurer, 5-704 



CHARLESTON MUSEUM 
Tax exemption, 65-1523(61) 

CHARLESTON NATIONAL GUARD 

Generally, 44-701 to 44-706 

Acquisition and sale of property, 44-704 
Composition of corporation, 44-701 
General corporate powers, 44-702 
Marion Square (the Citidel Green), owner- 
ship and use of, 44-705 
Military code not to affect, 44-13 
Purpose, 44-703 
Taxes, levy and expenditure of, 44-13, 44-706 

CHARLESTON ORPHAN HOUSE 

Apprenticing of orphans, 40-205 

CHARLESTON POLICE COURT 
Charleston Recorder's Courts (this index) 



CHARLESTON RECORDER'S 
COURTS 

See also Charleston Civil and Criminal Court. 

Generally, 15-1551 to 15-1580 

Aldermen to act in absence of recorder, 

15-1556 
City court — 

appeal to Supreme Court, 15-1579 
clerk, powers of, 15-1562 
deposition of shipmaster in prosecution 
for harboring deserting seamen, tak- 
ing of, 54-356 
establishment, 15-6, 15-1554 
held by recorder, 15-1554 
jurisdiction of, 15-1557 
jury trials in, 15-1569 
powers of, 15-1559 

rule of practice, city council and re- 
corder to prescribe, 15-1566 
sheriff, powers of, 15-1562 
writs and processes, 15-1567 
Civil and Criminal Court of Charleston — 
judge to act in absence of recorder, 

15-1556 
recorder to act as judge of, when, 15-1507 
transfer of police court cases to, 15-1568 
Establishment — - 

city court, 15-6, 15-1554 
police court, 15-6, 15-1555 
Fees, 15-1580 
General sessions court, transfer of police 

court cases to, 15-1568 
Jurors — 

drawing of, 15-1572, 15-1573 

in absence of recorder, 15-1576 
jury box. 15-955, 15-1571 
impanelling of, 15-1574 
qualifications of, 15-1575 
Jury commissioners, 15-1571 
Magistrates — ■ 

county magistrate to act in absence of 

recorder, 15-1556 
provisions as to recorder's court not to 
affect, 43-649 
Ministerial magistrate, transfer of police 

court cases to, 15-1568 
Police court — 

accused, examination of, 15-1568 

city police, duties of, 15-1564 

deposit, forfeiture for nonappearance, 

15-1577 
establishment, 15-6, 15-1555 
held by recorder, 15-1555 
jurisdiction of, 15-1558 
jury trials in, 15-1570 
stenographer, 15-1563 

transcript of record by, effect of, 
15-1578 
transfer of cases from, 15-1568 
Recorder — 

absence of, 15-1556 



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CHARLESTON RECORDER'S 
COURTS— Cont'd 

Recorder — Cont'd 

appointment, 15-1551 
compensation, 15-1552 
courts held by, 15-1554, 15-1555 
powers of — 

as judge of city court, 15-1559 
civil and criminal court judge, re- 
corder as having powers of, 
15-1560 
judicial magistrate, recorder as hav- 
ing powers of, § 15-1561 
practice of law by, 15-1553 
term of office. 15-1551 
Sessions, 15-1565 



CHARTERS 

Banks (this index) 

Building and loan associations — 

Bank Control Board, approval by, 8-5/" 

fees, 12-83 
Canal Companies (this index) 
Cooperative Associations (this index) 
Corporations (this index) 
Ferries (this index) 
General Assembly (this index) 
Insurance Companies (this index) 
Railroad Companies (this index) 



CHATTEL MORTGAGES 
Generally, 45-151 to 45-164 

Advances. Future advances, infra 

Amount not to be greater than actually 
lent and recording fees, 45-155, 45-156 

Attachment in action to recover purchase 
money. 10-952 

Bills of Lading (this index) 

Cancelation, entry of, on records, 45-67 

Condition broken, failure to take advantage 
of, as not affecting lien. 45-159 

Counterclaim in replevin action, payment 
of verdict on, as discharging lien, 
10-1455 

Crops. Agriculture (this index) 

Death of mortgagor, power of sale re- 
voked by, 45-83 

Delivery of possession of goods to mort- 
gagee as affecting right of redemption, 
45-163 

Description to be in writing or typewrit- 
ing but not printing. 45-151 
exceptions, 45-5, 45-151 

Distraint for rent upon property subject 
to, 41-155 

Drawing papers, charge for, when permis- 
sible, 45-153 

Examination of property, charge for, not 
permissible, 45-154 



CHATTEL MORTGAGES— Cont'd 

Fees — 

Federal agencies, mortgages to, 27-61 to 

27-65 
indexing and recording fees, 27-51 

crop mortgages. Agriculture (this 

index) 
local provisions, 27-52, 27-69 to 27-101 
real-estate mortgage covering chat- 
tels, recording of, 27-56 
rural policemen not to receive fees for 
foreclosure, 53-351 
Filing. Recording, infra 
Fruit, mortgages of, requisites, 45-152 
Future advances, validity as against sub- 
sequent creditors or purchasers, 45-55 
Motor carriers' certificate of public con- 
venience and necessitv, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 801 [Rule S7] 
Partial payment not to defeat lien, 45-159 
Payment. Satisfaction, infra 
Postponement of seizure after condition 

broken not to defeat lien, 45-159 
Power of sale — 

establishment of debt secured before 

exercising, 45-83, 45-84 
revoked by death of mortgagor, 45-83 
Priority over lien for rent as affected by 

recording, 60-101 
Public service corporations, provisions for 
time limit or extension of effect of 
record not applicable, 60-307 
Recording. 60-301 to 60-308 

acknowledgment instead of affidavit 

during World War II, 60-54, 60-62 
assignments, satisfactions, releases, sub- 
ordinations, waivers, and extensions 
recorded in chattel mortgage book, 
60-107, 60-108 
crop mortgages. Agriculture (this in- 
dex) 
extension of effect of, 60-306, 60-307 
Fees, supra 
filing and indexing in lieu of recording in 

full, 60-301 
mortgages for one hundred dollars or 

less, 60-302 
mortgages of both real and personal 

property, 60-64 
necessity of, 60-101 

separate books for chattel and real mort- 
gages, 60-63 
Sumter County, 60-304, 60-308 
time limit of effect of, 60-305, 60-307 
Redemption, right of. before sale, 45-158 
delivery of possession of goods to mort- 
gagee as affecting, 45-163 
when lost, 45-163 
Rent- 
distraint for, upon property subject to 

chattel mortgage, 41-155 
priority over lien for, as affected by re- 
cording, 60-101 



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CHATTEL MORTGAGES— Cont'd 

Replevin action, payment of verdict on 
counterclaim in, as discharging lien, 
10-1455 
Sale of mortgaged property without con- 
sent of mortgagee or payment of debt, 
penalized, 45-157 
Sale under — 

notice of, 45-164 
Power of sale, supra 
Satisfaction — 

bearer note, satisfaction of mortgage se- 
curing, 45-161 
certificate of, 45-66 
duty to enter, 45-61 
failure to enter, penalized, 45-62 
methods of entering, 45-65 
Oconee County, 45-162 
recording fees, 27-51(6) 

local provisions, 27-52, 27-69 to 27-101 
rule to show cause against entry of rec- 
ord, 45-68 to 45-75 
rule to show cause for, 45-63, 45-64 

Securities Act — 

bonds secured by tangible personal prop- 
erty sold to single purchaser exempt 
from, 62-54(7) 
not applicable to sales under chattel 
mortgages, 62-54(2) 
Service charges not permissible, 45-154 

Taxes — 

instalment payments permissible in cer- 
tain counties, 65-2043 
remission of penalties and stay of col- 
lections pending foreclosure, 65-2010 
right of mortgagee to pay, 45-53 
Tender of debt and costs as nullifying, 

45-158 
Truck mortgages, requisites of, 45-152 
Validation of mortgages executed prior to 
April 26, 1935, to production credit 
association or Farm Credit Adminis- 
tration, 45-5 
Warehouse receipts — 

lien of seller of goods as subordinate 
to rights of purchaser of receipts, 
69-235 
mortgagee receiving payment, nothing 

warranted by, 69-232 
purchaser of goods, rights of, 69-234 



CHATTELS 
Generally. Personal Property (this index) 



CHEAT 

Noxious weed, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 458 
[Reg. 2] 

CHEATING 
Fraud and Deceit (this index) 

CHECKS AND DRAFTS 

See also Negotiable Instruments 

Acceptance — 

of check, certification as, 8-1074 
of draft, power of bank as to, 8-132 
presentment of checks for, 8-1074, 8-1081 
Assignment of funds, check not operative as, 

8-1076 
Bills of Lading (this index) 
Cash depository, cashing of checks by, 

8-409 
Certification as acceptance of check, 8-1074 
Definition of check, 8-1072 
Fraudulent, penalized, 8-176 to 8-178 
Greenwood Airport Commission, signatures 
required on checks and drafts of, 2-324 
Income tax, payment by check, 65-342 
Insufficient funds, drawing against, penal- 
ized, 8-176 to 8-178 



Payment, presentment for, 8-1073 

time of presentment, 8-1073, 8-1081 
Refusal of bank to pay checks not pre- 
sented within year from date, 8-1081 
Sight drafts. Negotiable Instruments (this 
index) 
effective duration, stop-payment orders, 

8-1082, 8-1083 
writing required, 8-1082 
Trade checks, buying at less than par, 

40-134 to 40-136 
Wages, payment by check, 40-131 
Worthless Checks (this index) 

CHEESE 

Imitations. Milk and Milk Products (this 

index) 
Ingredients not to be used in, 36-1604 

CHEESE BREAD 

Enriched flour, inapplicability of regulations 
requiring, Rules & Reg., Vol. 8, p. 453 
IRcg. 8] 



CHAUTAUQUAS 

Not within prohibition against carnivals 
and traveling tent shows, 5-1 



CHEMICAL ANALYSIS 

Beer, ale, porter, or wine, analysis of sam- 
ples by State chemists, 4-206 



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CHEMICAL ANALYSIS— Cont'd 

Coroner's inquest — 
fees, 27-633 
suspect poisoning, 17-116 to 17-1 IS 



CHEMICAL PLANTS 

Sunday law, exception from, 64-6 
Workday, permissible length, 64-6 
Work week, permissible length, 64-6 



CHEMICALS 

Sales and use taxes, exemption from, 
65-1404 



CHEMISTS 

Alcohol may be sold by druggists for use by, 

4-301, 4-302 
State chemists, analysis of samples of beer, 

ale, porter, or wine, 4-206 



CHERAW, TOWN OF 

Bonded indebtedness, when not within con- 
stitutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 
8, §7 [Vol. 7, p. 223] 

Electric light plant, bonds for, exception 
from constitutional debt limit, SC 
Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 223] 

Public works commissioners, who to act 
instead of, 59-174 

Sewer bonds, exception from constitutional 
debt limit, SC Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 
7, p. 223] 

Streets, bonds for establishing and main- 
taining, exception from constitutional 
debt limit, SC Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 
7, p. 223] 

Waterworks bonds, exception from consti- 
tutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 8, 
§ 7 [Vol. 7, p. 223] 



CHEROKEE COUNTY 

For matters relating to counties generally, 
see Counties. 

Administration, notice of application for 

grant of, how given, 19-410 
Agricultural Extension Board- 
appointment, 63-221 

chairman, 63-222 

compensation of members, 63-221 

duties generally, 63-223 

machinery, purchases of, 63-223, 63-224 

number of members, 63-221 

powers generally, 63-223 

purchases, 63-223, 63-224 



CHEROKEE COUNTY— Cont'd 

Agricultural Extension Board — Cont'd 
terms of office of members, 63-221 
terracing, contracts for, 63-225 
treasurer, 63-222 

audit of accounts of, 63-222 
bond, 63-222 
Agriculture (this index) 
Airport commission, 2-251 to 2-254 
Appropriations, keeping within, 14-1311 
Attorney — 

appointment. 14-1306 
term, 14-1306 
Audit, annual, 14-1317 
Auditor — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
assistance to school district boards of 

assessors, 65-3423 
bond, 14-1318, 14-1319 
fees and costs to be paid over to treas- 
urer, when, 14-1320, 14-1320.1 
penalty for failure to furnish taxpayer 
with copy of return, or notice in 
change of valuation, 65-3426 
salary in lieu of fees, 14-1320.1 
tax return, copy of to be furnished tax- 
payer, 65-3424, 65-3426 
Bailiffs, 15-1927 
Beer tax revenue received by, disposition 

of, 65-742 
Board of Commissioners, 14-1301 

bonds of commissioners, 14-1318, 14-1319 
claims, audit of, 14-1312 
clerk, 14-1304 

bond, 14-1318 
duties, generally, 14-1307 
election, 14-1302 
expenditures, statement of, 14-1313, 

14-1315 
highways and bridges, work on, powers 

of individual members, 33-1482 
meetings, 14-1308, 14-1308.1 
number, 14-1301 
penalty for violating requirements as to 

purchases, 14-1316 
removal from office, 14-1303 
reports, 14-1309 
statement of expenditures, 14-1313 

14-1315 
terms of office, 14-1301 
vacancies, how filled, 14-1302 
Board of Equalization, 65-1864 
Bonds — 

generally — 

Bonds (this index) 
Counties (this index) 
highway improvement by townships, 

33-1494 
Sinking fund commission, infra 
Borrowing — 

for highway purposes, 33-1028 



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CHEROKEE COUNTY— Cont'd 

Borrowing — Cont'd 

from Federal agencies or others for 
certain purposes, 14-552, 14-555, 
14-557 
in anticipation of taxes. Tax anticipa- 
tion borrowing, infra 
Boundaries, 14-61 
Boxing commission, 5-304 
Bridges — 

generally. Bridges (this index) 
capitation tax for, 33-1026 
expenditure of bridge fund, locality, 33- 

1485, 33-1487 
townships to bear pro rata of expense, 
33-1486 
Chain gang generally. Chain Gang (this in- 
dex) 
Cherokee Township, two township com- 
missioners from, 14-1301 
Circuit court and terms, 15-261, 15-275, 15- 
276 
generally. Circuit Courts (this index) 
Claims against — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
audit, 14-1312 

by Board of Commissioners, 14-1307 
publication of list not required, 14-426 
statement of claims approved, 14-1323 
Clerk of courts — 

generally. Clerk of Courts (this in- 
dex) 
assistant — 

bond, 14-1318 
bond, 14-1318, 14-1319 
election, time of, 15-1702, 23-304 
fees, 27-77 

fees and costs to be paid over to treas- 
urer, when, 14-1320, 14-1320.1 
salary in lieu of fees, 14-1320.1 
Commissioners. Board of Commissioners, 

supra 
Competitive bidding for supplies, when re- 
quired, 14-1314 
Congressional districts, 23-554 
Constables — 

generally. Constables (this index) 
fees in worthless check cases, 27-422 
Coroner — 

generally. Coroners (this index) 
election of, time for holding, 23-304 
when to be elected, 17-52 
County courts, excepted from general law 

as to, 15-627 
Court crier, 15-1927 
Courts — 

bailiffs, 15-1927 

circuit court and terms, 15-261, 15-275, 

15-276 
Clerk of courts, supra 
constables, fees of, in worthless check 
cases, 27-422 



CHEROKEE COUNTY— Cont'd 

Courts — Cont'd 

county courts, general law as to, in- 
applicable, 15-627 

crier, 15-1927 

grand jurors, summoning by registered 
mail, 38-86 

Jurors, infra 

Magistrates, infra 

Probate judge, infra 

Sheriff, infra 

Drainage — ■ 

generally. Drainage (this index) 
districts, establishment of, 18-212 
Draytonville Township, one county commis- 
sioner from, 14-1301 

Elections — 

generally. Counties (this index) 

township road, 33-1494, 33-1495, 33-1515 
Fairs and Fair Associations (this index) 
Finances, 14-1311 to 14-1328 

generally. Counties (this index) 
Fiscal year, generally, 14-16, 14-17 
Fish and game, devices permissible, 28-635 
Fish and Game Club, 28-1002 

expenditure of game funds by, 28-1001 
Forestry board, 29-55 to 29-58 
Forfeited land commission generally. Coun- 
ties (this index) 
Game funds, expenditure of, 28-1001 
Game laws distinctive to, 28-635, 28-1001, 

28-1002 
Game warden — 

appointment, 28-123 

vacancy, how filled, 28-123 

Game zone, 28-5 

Gasoline tax, use of funds from, to repay 

loans from Federal agencies, 14-556 
Governing body — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
Board of Commissioners, supra 
Gowdeysville Township, one county com- 
missioner from, 14-1301 
Grand jurors, summoning by registered 

mail, 38-86 
Health, Board of, 32-161 to 32-172 

generally. Health Boards (this in- 
dex) 
annual report to State Board of Health, 

32-164 
appropriations, custody and disburse- 
ment of, 32-170 
created, 32-161 
meetings, 32-164 
members, 32-162 to 32-164 
powers, generally, 32-168 
secretary, 32-166 
State Board of Health- 
control by, 32-161 
powers of, not affected, 32-172 



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Health Department, 32-165 to 32-171 

appropriations, custody and disburse- 
ment of, 32-170 
director of, 32-165, 32-166 
financial statements, 14-1321, 14-1322, 

14-1326, 14-1328 
personnel, 32-167 
powers and duties, generally, 32-168, 

32-169 
reports to county board of health, 32-171 
Highways — 

generally — ■ 

Counties (this index) 
Highways (this index) 
appropriations for maintenance, keeping 

within, 33-1481 
bonds of contractors, 33-1509 
borrowing for highway purposes, 33-1028 
capitation tax for, 33-1026 
condemnation of property for, 33-1508 
disbursement of maintenance funds, 

33-1492 
expenditure of road funds, locality, 

33-1484, 33-1487 
grades, determination of, by road engi- 
neer, 33-1510 
maintenance, 14-1307, 33-1481, 33-1483 
appropriations for, keeping within, 

33-1481 
disbursements for, 33-1492 
reports of expenditures for, 33-1514 
rural mail routes, 33-S06 
tax for, 33-1514 
reports of funds expended for road main- 
tenance, 33-1493 
rights of way for, acquisition of, 33-1508 
rural mail routes, maintenance of, 33-806 
Taxes, infra 

township commissioners- 
appointment, 33-1496 
bond, 33-1498 
chairman, 33-1499 
clerk, 33-1499 

compensation of members, 33-1500 
contracts for work, 33-1509 
engineer, employment of, 33-1506 
expenses, 33-1500 
number, 33-1496 

rights of way, acquisition of, 33-1508 
term of office, 33-1497 
vacancies, how filled, 33-1501 
warrants, 33-1499 
township road elections, 33-1494, 33-1495, 

33-1515 
township to bear pro rata or expenses of 

road building, 33-1486, 33-1487 
width to be determined by road engi- 
neer, 33-1510 
House of Representatives, number of mem- 
bers apportioned to, 30-1 
Jail generally. Jails and Jailors (this index) 



CHEROKEE COUNTY— Cont'd 
Judicial sales, auctioneers for, 15-1909 
Jurors — 

compensation, 38-308 (4) 
summoning by registered mail, 38-86 
Libraries — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
board of trustees. Trustees, infra, this 

group 
borrowing in anticipation of tax, 42-329 
circulation of books, 42-322 
corporation, establishment of, 42-321 
funds, deposit and disbursement, 42-330 
tax levy for support, 42-329 
trucks, operation, 42-322 
trustees — 

appointment, number, and term, 

42-322 
chairman, 42-323 
claims, approval of, 42-330 
contracts with members prohibited, 

42-328 
donations, power to accept, 42-326 
employees, 42-327 
officers, 42-322 

powers as to property, 42-326 
report, annual, 42-331 
rules and regulations, 42-324 
vacancies, how filled, 42-322 
Licenses generally. Counties (this index) 
Lien for clearing streams of delinquent 
landowners, 70-194 

Limestone Township, two county commis- 
sioners from, 14-1301 

Magistrates, 43-661, 43-662 

generally. Magistrates (this index) 
bonds, 14-1318, 14-1319 
fees and costs to be paid over to treas- 
urer, when, 14-1320, 14-1320.1 
fees in worthless check cases, 27-422 
financial statements, 14-1321, 14-1322, 

14-1328 
salary in lieu of fees, 14-1320.1 
statement of fines and costs collected, 
14-1325, 14-1328 
Marriage license fees, disposition of, 20-32 w 
Master generally. Counties (this index) 
Morgan Township, one county commission- 
er from, 14-1301 
Officers — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
particular officers, see appropriate lines 

herein 
bonds, 14-1318, 14-1319 
Planning. Counties (this index) 
Polling precincts in, 23-164 
Probate court — ■ 

generally. Probate Courts (this in- 
dex) 
bond of judge, 14-1318, 14-1319 
fees, 27-309 ^ 



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Probate court — Cont'd 

fees and costs to be turned over to 
treasurer, when, 14-1320, 14-1320.1 
salary in lieu of fees, 14-1320.1 
Public Welfare Board. Counties (this in- 
dex) 
Public Welfare Department. Counties (this 

index) 
Public Works Eminent Domain Law as in- 
applicable to, 25-139 
Recording fees, 27-77 
Rural police, 53-391 to 53-402 

generally. Rural Police ("this index) 
appointment of officers, 53-392 
badge, 53-396 
bond, 53-394 

control by sheriff, 53-392 
created, 53-391 

daily reports to sheriff, 53-399 
disposition of moneys collected, 53-401 
equipment, 53-395 
law enforcement fund, 53-402 
number of, 53-395 
oath of office, 53-394 
posse, calling out, 53-398 
powers and duties generally, 53-397 
qualifications, 53-393 
removal, 53-392 
residence, 53-395 
salary, 53-395 

payment of, 53-402 
sheriff — 

control by, 53-392 
monthly reports of. 53-400 
responsibility of, 53-399 
uniform, 53-396 

Schools — 

generally, 21-1701 to 21-1774 
Counties (this index) 
Schools ( this index) 
Blacksburg Grammar School District 
No. 9, trustees, election of, 21-1703 
Blacksburg High School District — 
constituents, 21-1761 
trustees, 21-1762, 21-1763 
bonds of District No. 10, permissible 
amount, SC Const, Art 10, §5 [Vol. 
7, p. 280] 
borrowing from Federal agencies, 21- 

1711 to 21-1716 
consolidation of district schools as re- 
quiring approval of electors, 21-1701 
District No. 10— 

bonds of, permissible amount, SC 
Const, Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 7, p. 
280] 
trustees — 

election. 21-1721 to 21-1728 
nominations, 21-1724 
qualifications, 21-1722, 21-1723 
vacancies, how fdled, 21-1729 



CHEROKEE COUNTY— Cont'd 

Schools — Cont'd 

y Federal aid, 21-1711 to 21-1716 
*^ Gaffney High School District \*o. 11 — 
buildings, 21-1746 
consolidation of other districts with, 

21-1742 
constituent districts, 21-1741 
co-operation by boards of constitu- 
ent districts, 21-1748 
Negro pupils, accommodations for, 

21-1746 
superintendent, 21-1745 
trustees — ■ 

duties and powers, 21-1745 
election, 21-1744 
number, 21-1743 
term of office, 21-1743 
vacancies, how filled, 21-1743 
Limestone District No. 19 — 

building to be used by, 21-1772- 
creation. 21-1771 

indebtedness of old district, 21-1774 
trustees, 21-1773 
Superintendent of Education — ■ 

account for each district to be car- 
ried by, 21-1705 
bond, 14-1318, 14-1319 
financial statements, 14-1321, 14-1322, 

14-1328 
vouchers approved, publication of list 
of, 14-1324, 14-1328 
supplies consumable by pupils in one 

year not to be furnished, 21-531 
tax anticipation borrowing, 21-1712 
taxes, 21-1704 
textbooks — 

adoption bv State, extent to which 

binding, 21-552 
contracts for acquisition, 21-535 
free, 21-525 

to pupil attending school outside 
county, 21-526 
notes for, 21-540 

rentals for children attending schools 
outside county, discretion of 
county Board of Education to 
pay, 21-526 
trustees- 
appointment in lieu of election, 21- 

1702 
Blacksburg Grammar School District 

No. 9, 21-1703 
election of, when. Blacksburg Gram- 
mar School District, 21-1702. 21- 
1703 
tax returns to be investigated by, 
65-1651 

Sheriff— 

generally. Sheriffs (this index) 
bond, 14-1318, 14-1319 



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Sheriff— Cont'd 
election of — 

time for holding, 23-304 
when held, 53-52 
fees and costs to be paid over to treas- 
urer, 14-1320, 14-1320.1 
fees in worthless check cases, 27-422 
industrial communities, deputies for, 
jurisdiction not to be extended, 
53-109 
Rural police, supra 
salary in lieu of fees, 14-1320.1 
Sinking Fund Commission — 
appointment, 14-1333 
audit, annual, 14-1317, 14-1342 
bond of commissioners, 14-1336 
compensation of commissioners, pay- 
ment of, 14-1335 
creation, 14-1332 
duties, 14-1337 
financial statements, 14-1321, 14-1332, 

14-1327, 14-1328 
foreclosure on collateral or real estate, 

14-1341 
interest fund, 14-13S9 
investments, 14-1337 

general statutory requirements inap- 
plicable, 1-671 
prohibited, 14-1340 
number of members, 14-1333 
statement, annual, 14-1334 
term of commissioners, 14-1333 
Sinking funds generally. Counties (this 

index) 
Soil conservation committee area for selec- 
tion of members, 63-61.1 
Streams — 

clearing out b}' landowners, 70-191 to 70- 

196 
cutting or felling trees across or into, 

penalized, 70-6 
dams across, restrictions on, 70-6 
Supervisor — 

Board of Commissioners, member of, 

14-1301 
bond, 14-1318, 14-1319 
claims approved, statement of, 14-1323, 

14-1328 
election. 14-1302 
financial statements, 14-1321, 14-1322, 

14-1328 
highways and bridges, work on, 33-1482 
salary, 14-1304 
term of office, 14-1301 
Supplies, purchases of, 14-1314 
Tax anticipation borrowing, 14-451 

generally. Counties (this index) 
form of obligation, 14-458 
highway purposes, 33-1028 
purpose of levies, devoting proceeds of 

loan to, 14-461 
treasurer to receive loan, 14-460 



CHEROKEE COUNTY— Cont'd 

Tax collector, 65-2101 to 65-2114 
appointment, 65-2101 
bond, 14-1318, 14-1319, 65-2102 
deputies, 65-2106 
bond, 65-2106 
executions to enforce payment, 65-2108 

to 65-2111 
office and equipment, 65-2105 
powers, 65-2107 
removal, 65-2103 
reports — 

monthly, 65-2112 
to auditor, 65-2113 
settlements with treasurer, 65-2112 
term of office, 65-2103 
Taxes — 

generally — 

Counties (this index) 
Taxation (this index) 
assessors — 

school districts — 

appointment, 65-3421 
compensation, 65-3421 
duties, 65-3422 
township, 65-1808 
Board of Equalization, 65-1864 
executions to collect, 65-2L08 to 65-2111 
fees, 65-2111 
nulla bonas, errors or duplicates, 

65-2791, 65-2792 
reports on, 65-2113 
to go into county funds, 65-3427 
uncollectible, disposition of, 65-2792 
exemptions from — 

cotton or textile enterprises, SC 

Const, Art 8, § 8 
manufacturing enterprises, 65-1544 
highway purposes- 
capitation tax, 33-1026 
maintenance tax, 33-1027, 33-1514 
omitted property, 65-1651 
returns — - 

copy of to be furnished taxpayer, 

65-3424, 65-3426 
District No. 9, special requirements, 

65-3428 
to be investigated by trustees of 
school district, 65-1651 
road maintenance, 33-1027, 33-1514 
sinking fund, 14-1337, 14-1338, 14-1339 
township assessors, 65-1808 
township bonds, tax for payment of, 

33-1511 
valuation — 
changes in — 

entry of, 65-3425, 65-3426 
notification to owners, 65-3425, 
65-3426 
Tourist camp and road house provisions in- 
applicable to, 35-208 



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Treasurer — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
assistant — 

bond, 14-1318, 14-1351.1 
bond, 14-1318, 14-1319 
fees and costs, accountability for, 14- 

1320, 14-1320.1 
highway funds, turning over of, 33-1029 
library funds, 42-330 

magistrates, fines collected by, publi- 
cation of, 43-17 
old papers, power to destroy, 14-1185.1 
salary in lieu of fees, 14-1320.1 
statement, annual, of receipts and dis- 
bursements, 14-1316.1 
Unlawful use of property of, 16-394 
Waters. Streams, supra 
White Plains Township, one county com- 
missioner from, 14-1301 

CHEROOTS 

Licenses and License Taxes (this index) 
Stamp Taxes (this index) 



CHERRIES 

Standard bushel, 66-157 

CHESS 

Noxious weed, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
458 [Reg. 2] 

CHESTER, CITY OF 

Airport commission, 2-261 to 2-270 

Aldermen, election of, 47-54 

Bonded indebtedness, when not within con- 
stitutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 
8, §7 [Vol. 7, pp. 224, 229]; Art 10, 
§15(1) 

Bus franchise in, 58-1551 to 58-1556 

City charge, improvement of intersections 
of streets, etc., as, SC Const, Art 10, 
§15(1) 

City council, aldermen and mayor consti- 
tuting, 47-54 

Funding of indebtedness, when permissible, 
SC Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 229] 

Gas plant, bonds for, exception from con- 
stitutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 
8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 229] 

Intersections of streets, etc.. improvement 
of, as city charge, SC Const, Art 10, 
§15(1) 

Lien of assessment for cost of extending 
water and sewer service, SC Const, 
Art 10, §15(1) (a) 



CHESTER, CITY OF 

Lighting plant, bonds for, exception from 
constitutional debt limit, SC Const, 
Art 8, §7 [Vol. 7, p. 229] 
Public works commissioners, who to act 

instead of, 59-174 
Sewer assessment book, 59-471 
Sewer bonds, exception from constitu- 
tional debt limit, SC Const, Art 8, § 7 
[Vol. 7, p. 229] 
extension, bonds for, SC Const, Art 10, 
§15(1) (a) 
Street improvements — 

assessment of abutting property for, 
47-1358; SC Const, Art 10, §15 
sale or pledge of certificates for street 
paving assessments, 47-276 
bonds for — ■ 

amount permissible, SC Const, Art 

8, § 7 [Vol. 7, pp. 224, 229] 
as issuable without holding election, 

SC Const, Art 10, §15(1) 
exception from constitutional debt 
limit, SC Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 
7, pp. 224, 229] 
city charge, improvement of intersec- 
tions of streets, etc., as, SC Const, 
Art 10, §15(1) 
"surface treatment" of streets, etc., as 
permanent improvement, SC Const, 
Art 10, §15(1) 
Taxes, borrowing in anticipation of, 47-276 
United States, land ceded to, 39-104 
Water supply — 

assessment book, 59-471 
extension of water service, SC Const, 
Art 10, § 15(1) (a) 
assessment of property benefited, SC 

Const, Art 10, § 15(1) (a) 
bonds for, as unaffected by consti- 
tutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 
10, §15(1) (a) 
sale of water to Chester County, 59-153.1 
Waterworks bonds, exception from consti- 
tutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 8, 
§ 7 [Vol. 7, p. 229] 

CHESTER COUNTY 

For matters relating to counties generally, 
see Counties 

Accountant, employment of, to audit county 

books, 14-1354 
Advertising for bids, when required, 14- 

1366.4 
Agriculture (this index) 
Airport commission, 2-261 to 270 
Attorney, 14-1381, 14-1382 
Auditor — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
bond, amount, 14-1351.1 
tax collector to assist, 65-2260 



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CHESTER COUNTY— Cont'd 

Audits of county offices and agencies, 
14-1354 
employment of certified accountants, 
14-1354 
Bailiffs, 15-1928 
Board of Directors — 
appointment, 14-1362 
bonds of members, 14-1365 
books and records, keeping of, 14-1366.1 
chairman, 14-1363 
clerk — 

administrative duties, 14-1366.1 

appointment, 14-1366 

attendance at board meetings, 14- 

1366.3 
bond, 14-1366 

purchasing agent, acting as, 14-1366.4 
removal, 14-1369 
reports, 14-1366.3 
salary, 14-1367 
term of office, 14-366 
vacancy, how filled, 14-1366 
duties, 14-1370, 14-1371 
Employees, infra 

general laws, application to, 14-1373 
meetings, 14-1363 
number, 14-1362 
office, 14-1371 
qualifications. 14-1362 
term, 14-1362 

vacancies, how filled, 14-1362 
vouchers, examination of. by grand 
jury's committee, 14-1355 
Bonds generally — 
Bonds (this index) 
Counties (this index) 
Borrowing in anticipation of taxes. Tax 

anticipation borrowing, infra 
Boundaries, 14-62 
Boxing commission, 5-304 
Bridges — 

generally. Bridges (this index) 
supervisor of roads to have charge of 
construction and maintenance, 33- 
1521 

Budget, publication of, before tax may be 

levied, 14-1356 
Buildings, clerk of Board of County Direc- 
tors, duties of, 14-1366(1) 
Carnivals and traveling tent shows in, 5-2 
Chain gang- 
generally. Chain Gangs (this index) 

health of convicts, 55-481 

use of, 55-456 
Circuit court and terms, 15-261, 15-274 

generally. Circuit Courts (this index) 
City policemen. Peace officers, infra 
Claims against — 

generally. Counties (this index) 

publication of list not required, 14-426 



CHESTER COUNTY— Cont'd 

Clerk of courts — 

generally. Clerk of Courts (this in- 
dex) 
bond, amount, 14-1351.1 
deputy's bond, amount, 14-1351.1 
fees, 27-78 
Commissioners, chairman of board of, as 
ex officio member of equalization board, 
65-1805 
Commissioners of health and drainage, 

18-71 
Congressional districts, 23-554 
Constables, 43-676.1 

generally. Constables (this index) 
checks accepted for fines, liability to 

county for, 43-685 
co-operation in enforcing laws, 43-684 
fees in worthless check cases, 27-422 
fourth district, duties of constable of, 

43-680, 43-681 
official bond, 43-677, 43-678 
receipts for moneys received, 43-682 
salary, 43-679 

payment of, 43-678, 43-683 
Contingent fund, 14-1372 
Coroners — 

generally. Coroners (this index) 
jury, summoning of, 17-79 
Cotton weighers — 
appointment, 13-138 
bond, 13-153 
compensation, 13-226 
removal and vacancies, 13-162 
scales furnished by county, 13-191 
County courts, excepted from general law 

as to, 16-627 
Court attachees, 15-1928 
Courthouse — 

abuse of building or furniture prohibited, 

14-1351 
matches, striking on wall or throwing 
down while burning, prohibited, 
14-1351 
spitting in, as offense, 14-1351 
Courts — 

attachees, 15-1928 
bailiffs, 15-1928 

circuit court and terms, 15-261-15-274 
Clerk of courts, supra 
Constables, supra 

county courts, inapplicability of gen- 
eral provisions as to, 16-627 
Grand jury, infra 
jurors' compensation, 38-308(4) 
probate judge's bond, amount, 14-1351.1 
Sheriff, infra 

Directors. Board of Directors, supra 

Districts, 14-1361 

Drainage — 

generally. Drainage (this index) 
districts, establishment of, 18-212 



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Elections generally. Counties (this index) 
Employees, 14-1366.2 
bonds, 14-1368 
compensation, 14-1367 
removal, 14-1369 
Fairs and Fair Associations fthis index) 
Farm clerk of board of directors, duties 

of, 14-1366.1 
Fee for license of junk dealer, 56-782 
Finances, generally. Counties (this index) 
Fiscal year, generally, 14-16, 14-17 
Forestry board, 29-55 to 29-58 
Forfeited land commission — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
employees, 65-2911 
expenditures, 65-2264 
sale or lease of property held by, 65-2911 
funds from, disposal of, 65-2919.1 
Game laws, co-operation of magistrates 

and constables in enforcing, 43-684 
Game zone, 28-5 
Governing body — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
Board of Directors, supra 
Grand jurors' examination of vouchers, 
14-1355 
compensation for, 14-1355 
Health, Board of, 32-181 to 32-192 

generally. Health Boards (this in- 
dex) 
created, 32-181 
duties and powers, generally, 32-183, 

32-184 
members, 32-182 
municipalities not relieved of certain 

duties, 32-190 
municipal water and sewerage boards' 
duties as to public health not af- 
fected, 32-191, 32-192 
Health Department, 32-185 
director of, 32-185 
duties of, 32-188 
employees, 32-186 
reports, 32-187 
Highways — 

generally — 

Counties fthis index) 
Highways (this index) 
machinery of County Soil Improve- 
ment and Development Commission, 
use on, 63-245 
Road department, infra 
Road tax, infra 

supervisor of roads, 33-1521 to 33-1523 
House of Representatives, number of mem- 
bers apportioned to, 30-1 
constitutional provisions, SC Const, Art 
3, §3 
Industrial deputy sheriffs. Peace officers, 
infra 



CHESTER COUNTY— Cont'd 



Jail 



generally. Jails and Jailors (this in- 
dex) 
dieting of prisoners, 14-1366.1 
Judicial sales — ■ 

auctioneers for, 15-1910 
fees for, 10-1755 
Junk dealer — 

bond required of licensee, 56-783 

fee for, 56-782 
license required, 56-781 
penalties as to violation of regulations as 
to, 56-784 
Jurors' compensation, 38-308(4) 
Libraries — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
circulation of books, 42-346 
Great Falls, establishment in, 42-344 
local libraries, establishment of, 42-344, 

42-345 
location. 42-343 
tax for, 42-349 
trucks, operation of, 42-346 
trustees — 

appointment, number, and terms of 

office, 42-341 
chairman, 42-342 
rules and regulations, 42-347 
secretary, 42-342 
vacancies, how filled, 42-341 
Licenses generally. Counties fthis index) 
Lien for clearing streams of delinquent land- 
owners, 70-194 
Magistrates, 43-670 

generally. Magistrates (this index) 
checks accepted for fines, liability to 

county for, 43-685 
co-operation in enforcing laws, 43-684 
criminal docket, 43-10 
fees in worthless check cases, 27-422 
jury fees in criminal cases, 43-118 
official bond, 43-671 
penalty for neglect of duties, 43-676 
receipts for moneys received, 43-7 
removal from office, 43-676 
report of cases pending or appealed, 

43-675 
salary and compensation. 43-672, 43-673 
territorial jurisdiction, 43-674 
Marriage license fees, disposition of, 20-32 
Master generally. Counties (this index) 
Motor carriers, exemptions from regula- 
tions, 58-1501 
Municipal health boards, exemption from 

requirements as to, 32-189 
Nursing and convalescent home, duties of 
clerk of county board of directors as 
to, 14-1366.1 
Officers — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
particular officers, see appropriate 
lines 



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CHESTER COUNTY— Cont'd 

Officers — Cont'd 

audit of books, 14-1354 
bonds, 14-1352 

amount, 14-1351.1 

recording in office of clerk of court, 
14-1352 
fees to be remitted to treasurer, 14-1353 
salaries in lieu of fees, 14-1353 

■withholding until bond recorded, 14- 
1352 
vouchers, examination of by grand jury's 
committee, 14-1355 
Peace officers — 

check or draft accepted bv, liability for, 

53-858 
executions may be directed to bonded 

peace officers, 53-859 
industrial communities, police for, 53- 

429, 53-430 
official bond, 53-851, 53-856 
salary not to be paid to unbonded offi- 
cer, 53-857 
Peddling horses or mules, 56-1231 to 56- 

1235 
Planning. Counties (this index) 
Police. Rural police, infra 
Polling precincts in, 23-165 
Poll taxes, claim for exemption from, how 

established, 65-155 
Poorhouse farm, sale of, 71-301 
Prison stockade, operation of, 14-1366.3 
Probate court — 

generally. Probate Courts (this index) 
bond of judge, amount, 14-1351.1 
Property, Board of Directors to maintain 

and operate, 14-1371 
Public Welfare Board. Counties (this in- 
dex) 
Public Welfare Department. Counties (this 

index) 
Purchasing agent, clerk of Board of Direc- 
tors to act as, 14-1366.4 
Rabbits, sale or offering for sale, prohibited, 

28-472 
Recording fees, 27-78 
Referees in, 10-1405, 10-1407 
Road department — 
operation, 14-1366.3 
Supervisor of roads, infra 
Road tax, co-operation of magistrates and 

constables in collecting, 43-684 
Rolling store, requirement of license for, 

56-1204, 56-1205 
Rural police, 53-411 to 53-430 

generally. Rural Police (this index) 
alcoholic liquors, reports as to seizure 

and destruction of, 4-420 
appointment, 53-417 
chief of police, 53-416 

responsibility and control of, 53-421, 
53-422 

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Rural police — Cont'd 

commissioners, 53-412, 53-413 
compensation, 53-415 
grand jury, commission to report to, 

53-427 
monthly reports to, 53-418, 53-426 
organization, 53-414 
compensation, fixing of, 53-418 - 
created, 53-411 
industrial communities, police for, 53-429, 

53-430 
number of, 53-418 
official bond, 53-419 
patrol areas, 53-424 
payment of salaries, 53-428 
Peace officers, supra 
powers and duties generally, 53-423 
receipts in triplicate for moneys received, 

53-425 
removal by chief of police, 53-421 

appeal, 53-421 
sergeants, 53-416 
sheriff, co-operation with, 53-422 
stations, 53-424 
uniforms, 53-420 
Schools — 

generally — - 

Counties (this index) 
Schools (this index) 
audits by trustees, 21-1807 

Lewisville Consolidated High School 
District, SC Const, Art 10, § 5 
[Vol. 7, p. 291] 
bonds, district — 

amount permissible, SC Const, Art 

10, § 5 [Vol. 7, pp. 291, 292, 297) 
trustees to issue, 21-1807 
budgets, 21-1807 
buildings, construction and repair, 21- 

1807 
census, 21-1807 
claims against school funds — 
approval, 21-955 

execution of pay warrants, 21-955 
consolidation into single district, 21-1801 
curriculum, control of trustees over, 21- 

1807 
funds, district as unit, 21-1815 
Lewisville Consolidated High School 
District, bonded indebtedness, per- 
missible amount, SC Const, Art 10, 
§5 [Vol. 7, p. 291] 

Superintendent of Education — ' 
duties and powers, 21-1809 
employment and tenure, 21-1807, 21- 

1808 
personnel, duties and powers as to, 

21-1809 
traveling expense allowance, 21-83.1 
Superintendents, local 21-1813 



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CHESTER COUNTY— Cont'd 

Schools — Cont'd 
supplies — 

consumable by pupils in one year 

not to be furnished, 21-531 
handling of, 21-550 
tax anticipation borrowing, 21-1807 
taxes, 21-1807, 21-1816 
teachers, employment of, 21-1813 
term of school, trustees to fix length of, 

21-1807 
textbooks — 

adoption by State, extent to which 

binding, 21-552 
free, 21-525 
funds available for establishment of 

free and rental systems, 21-541 
notes for, 21-540 
option to purchase, 21-550 
purchases, 21-532 
rentals, 21-550 
rental system, 21-527 
storage between sessions, 21-549 

trustees — 

adoption by State, extent to which 

chairman, 21-1806 

compensation, to serve without, 21- 

1805 
duties, 21-1807 
election, 21-1803, 21-1804 
eminent domain, powers of, 21-1807 
management of district, 21-1802 
meetings, 21-1806 
number, 21-1803 
powers, 21-1807 
secretary, 21-1809 

Superintendent of Education, employ- 
ment of, 21-1807 
terms of office, 21-1805 
traveling expenses, 21-1806 
vacancies, how filled, 21-1804 
vice-chairman, 21-1806 
Sewers, connection with mains of Chester 

city, 59-153.1 
Sheriff— 

generally. Sheriffs (this index) 
bond, amount, 14-1351.1 
deputies — 

official bond, 53-851 
Peace officers, supra 
industrial communities, deputies for, ju- 
risdiction not to be extended, 53-109 
Shops, operation of, 14-1366.3 

inventory, monthly, 14-1366.3 
Sinking funds — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
investment of, general statutory require- 
ments inapplicable, 1-671 
Soil conservation committee area for selec- 
tion of members, 63-61.1 



CHESTER COUNTY— Cont'd 

Soil Improvement and Development Com- 
mission — 
allotment of services among landowners, 

63-244 
borrowing power, 63-246 
charges for services, 63-243 
compensation of members, 63-242 
duties generally, 63-243 
machinery, use of, 63-245 
membership, 63-241 
mileage allowance, 63-242 
purchase of machinery and equipment, 

63-246 
road work use of machinery on, 63-245 
rules and regulations, 63-244 
terms of members, 63-241 
Streams — 

clearing out by landowners, 70-191 to 70- 
196 
lien for clearing streams of delin- 
quent owners, 70-194 
cutting or felling trees across or into, 

penalized, 70-6 
dams across, restrictions on, 70-6 
Supervisor of roads, 33-1521 to 33-1523 

Board of Directors to co-operate with, 

14-1371 
bond, 14-1368 
compensation, 14-1367 
employees, 14-1366.2 
operation of road department, 14-1366.3 
Supplies, purchase of, 14-1366.4 
Tax anticipation borrowing, 14-453 

generally. Counties (this index) 
form of obligation, 14-458, 14-459 
purpose of levies, devoting proceeds of 

loan to, 14-461 
treasurer to receive loan, 14-460 
Tax collectors, 65-2251 to 65-2264 
appointment, 65-2251 
assistance to auditor, 65-2260 
bond, 14-1351.1, 65-2252 
collections to be paid over to county 

treasurer, 65-2259 
fees, 65-2263 
notice to taxpayer of delinquent taxes, 

65-2257 
peace officers, assistance from, 65-2254 
powers, 65-2255 
records — 

executions, 65-2261 

real estate sold and purchased, 65- 
2262 

removal, 65-2251 

stationery and postage to be furnished 

by county, 65-2253 
terms of office, 65-2251 
commencement, 65-2251 

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CHESTER COUNTY— Cont'd 

Taxes — 

generally — 

Counties (this index) 
Taxation (this index) 
approval of levy required, 14-1356 
budget, publication of, before levying, 

14-1536 
executions to enforce payment, 65-2255 
to 65-2259 
nulla bonas, 65-2261 
record of, 65-2261 
exemption from — ■ 

armed forces, members of, 65-1583 
cotton or textile enterprises, SC 

Const, Art 8, § 8 
manufacturing establishments and 
additions, 65-1524, 65-1527, 65- 
1545, 65-1546 
prevailing wages, payment of, as 
condition, 65-1531 
property of certain organizations, 65- 

1522(5) 
rural electrification lines, 65-1533, 65- 
1547 
Forfeited land commission, supra 
forfeited lands — 
sale of, 65-2911.1 

bidding in propertv for county and 
State, 65-2258, 65-2262, 65- 
2264 
machinery for use of Soil Improvement 
and Development Commission, tax 
for purchase of, 63-246 
time for payment, 65-1966 
township boards of assessors, duties of, 
to be discharged by township board 
of commissioners, 65-1805 
Town policemen. Peace officers, supra 
Treasurer — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
assistant, 65-1960 
bond, amount, 14-1351.1 
fees of officers to be turned over to, 14- 

1353 
publication of statement of disburse- 
ments not required, 65-2026 
school funds, receipt and disbursement, 

21-1816 
Soil Improvement and Development 
Commission, custodianship of funds 
of, 63-243 
tax collectors to report to, 65-2261 
Unexpended surplus, disposition of, 14-1372 
Water- 
purchase from city of Chester, 59-153.1 
Streams, supra 



CHESTERFIELD COUNTY 

For matters relating to counties 
generally, see Counties. 

Agriculture (this index) 



CHESTERFIELD COUNTY— Cont'd 

Attorney — 

Board of Education, acting as legal ad- 
visor of, 21-1854 
bonds, official, duty to examine and re- 
port on, 14-1460 
tax collector's bond to be approved by, 
65-2273 
Audit, annual, 14-1471 to 14-1478 
Auditor — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
assistance to by probate judge, master 
and clerk of court in ascertaining 
property owners, 65-3443 
office in courthouse, 14-1481 
probate judge to furnish information to, 

65-3441 
report to, of school district or township 

indebtedness to county, 14-1459 
tax levy by — 

for township and school district 

bonds, 14-1455 
to pay indebtedness of school dis- 
tricts and townships to county, 
14-1456, 14-1457 
Bailiffs, 15-1929 
Board of Commissioners — 

audit, copy of, delivery to, 14-1477 
bond of members, 14-1417 
budgets, duties as to, 14-1432 
chairman, 14-1416 
clerk — 

expenditures in excess of budget, per- 
sonal liability, 14-1437 
contingent fund, disbursement by, 14- 

1402 
contracts, power to enter into, 14-1419 
courthouse, allocations of space in, 14- 

1484 
duties, 14-1419 
election, 14-1412 
meetings, 14-1418 
office, 14-1419 
powers, 14-1419 
public buildings and improvements, 

study of needs for, 14-1463 
purchases, powers as to, 14-1419 
real estate not needed, power to sell, 14- 

1491 
record of proceedings, 14-1421 
terms of office, 14-1413 
vacancies, how filled, 14-1414 
Bonds — ■ 

generally 

Bonds (this index) 
Counties (this index) 
refunding, as exempt from constitutional 
restrictions, SC Const, Art 10, § 5 
[Vol. 7, pp. 288, 290] 
school district bonds. Schools, infra 
Sinking fund commission, infra 
United States, lands sold to, relief from 
liability on bonds, 65-1578 



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Borrowing. Tax anticipation borrowing, 

infra 
Boundaries, 14-63 
Bridges — 

generally. Bridges (this index) 
Board of Commissioners' duty as to, 
14-1419 
Budgets — 

Board of County Commissioners, duty 

as to, 14-1432 
expenditures in excess of, prohibited, 14- 

1433 
submission of, by county agencies, 14- 
1431 
Chain gang — 

generally. Chain Gangs ("this index) 
Board of Commissioners, duty as to, 14- 

1419 
clothing of prisoners, law inapplicable, 
55-473 
Chattel mortgages — 

on crops, certain recording provisions 

not applicable, 60-304 
satisfaction, no fee for entry of, 27-79 
Circuit court, 15-261, 15-266, 15-268 

generally. Circuit Courts (this index) 
Claims against — - 

generally. Counties (this index) 
Board of Commissioners to audit, 14- 

1419 
publication of list not required, 14-426 
Clerk of courts — 

generally. Clerk of Courts (this in- 
dex) 
auditor, assistance to, 65-3443 
ofiice in courthouse, 14-1481 
school indebtedness, record of, 21-1873 
transfers of property, duty to notify 
auditor of, 65-3442 
Commissioners. Board of Commissioners, 

supra 
Congressional districts, 23-554 
Constables, 43-696 to 43-699 

generally. Constables (this index) 
oath and bond of, 43-310 
Contingent fund, 14-1402 
Coroner generally. Coroners (this index) 
Cotton weighers — ■ 
appointment, 13-138 
bond, 13-152 
duties, 13-202 

inspection of scales in, 13-193 
removal and vacancy in, 13-163 
County courts, excepted from general law 

as to, 15-627 
Court attaches, 15-1929 
Courthouse, use of rooms in, 14-1481 to 14- 

1484 
Courts — 

attaches, 15-1929 
bailiffs, 15-1929 



CHESTERFIELD COUNTY— Cont'd 

Courts — Cont'd 

Clerk of courts, supra 

constables, 43-310, 43-696 to 43-699 

county courts, general provisions as in- 
applicable, 15-627 

Grand jury, infra 

jurors, compensation of, 38-308(4) 

Magistrates, infra 

Master in equity, infra 

Probate judge, infra 

Sheriff, infra 
Debt limit, exception of existing indebted- 
ness, SC Const, Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 7, 
pp. 288, 290] 
Debtors of county, payments not to be 

made to, 14-1436 
Deer, buck, open season, 28-342 
Depositories of public funds, approval by 

Sinking Fund Commission, 14-1462 
Districts, 14-1411 
Drainage — 

generally. Drainage (this index) 

districts, establishment of, 18-212 
Elections generally. Counties (this index) 
Expenditures, statement of, 14-1420 
Fairs and Fair Associations (this index) 

Finances — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
Sinking Fund Commission to advise and 
make recommendations as to fiscal 
affairs, 14-1445 
Fiscal year, generally, 14-16, 14-17 
Fishing net or seine, use of, when permis- 
sible, 28-619 to 28-621 
Forestry board, 29-55 to 29-58 
Forfeited land commission — 
generally — 

Counties (this index) 
Taxation (this index) 
agent, employment of, to lease and rent 

lands, 65-3011 
expenses, 65-3013 
funds, disposition of, 65-3014 
sale of property, duty as to, 65-3012 
Fox hunting in, 28-430 
Game zone, 28-5 
Governing body — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
Board of Commissioners, supra 

Grand jury — 

courthouse, place in, 14-1483 
delivery of copy of audit to, 14-1477 
Health Boards generally. Health Boards 

(this index) 
Highway Commission's contracts with, 33- 

1531,33-1532 
Highways — 

generally— 

Counties (this index) 
Highways (this index) 



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CHESTERFIELD COUNTY— Cont'd 

Highways — Cont'd 

Board of Commissioners, duty as to, 14- 

1419 
contracts between county and State 
Highway Commission, 33-1531, 33- 
1532 
rural mail routes, duty to repair, 33-803 
Supervisor of roads, infra 
House of Representatives, number of mem- 
bers apportioned to, 30-1 
constitutional provisions, SC Const, Art 
3, §3 
Hunting season for certain game in, 28-342 
Indebtedness — 

exempt from constitutional restrictions, 
SC Const, Art 10, §5 [Vol. 7, pp. 
288, 290] 
validation of, SC Const, Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 
7, pp. 288, 290] 
Investment of surplus county funds, 14-1448 
Jail generally. Jails and Jailors (this in- 
dex! 

Jurors, compensation, 38-308(4) 
Libraries generally. Counties (this index) 
Licenses generally. Counties (this index) 
Magistrates, 43-691 to 43-695 

generally. Magistrates (this index) 

official bond, 43-691, 43-692 

removal from office for failure to report 
or settle monthly, 43-695 

reports and settlements, 43-694, 43-695 

territorial jurisdiction, 43-693 

Marriage license fees, disposition of, 20-32 
Master — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
auditor, assistance to, 65-3443 
established in, 15-1801 
judicial sales, notice to clerk of court of 

deeds on, 65-3442 
office in courthouse, 14-1483 
practice of law by, 15-1813 
Mortgage, satisfaction of, no fee for entry 

of, 27-79 
Nonresident auctioning horses, mules or 

cattle in, license for, 56-206 
Officers — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
particular officers, see appropriate lines 
in this title 

Partridges, closed and open season for, 28- 
342 

Peddling horses or mules, 56-1231 to 56- 

1235 
Planning. Counties (this index) 
Polling precincts in, 23-166 
Probate judge — 

generally. Probate Courts (this in- 
dex) 
auditor, assistance to, 65-3443 



CHESTERFIELD COUNTY— Cont'd 

Probate judge — Cont'd 

auditor, furnishing information to, 65- 

3441 
office in courthouse, 14-1481 
practice of law by, 15-418.1 
taxes due by estates, duty to require 

payment, 65-3444 

Property, duty of Board of Commissioners 
as to, 14-1419 

Public Welfare Board. Counties (this in- 
dex) 

Public Welfare Department. Counties 
(this index) 

Public Works Eminent Domain Law as in- 
applicable to, 25-139 

Quail, closed and open season, 28-342 

Real estate not needed, sale of, 14-1491 to 
14-1494 

Registration and recordation — 
file book not required, 60-155 
veterans' discharges, 60-404 

Road districts, 14-1411 

Rolling store, requirement of license for, 
56-1204, 56-1205 

Rural peace officers, 53-441 to 53-448 

generally. Rural Police (this index) 
appointment, 53-441 

co-operation with other law enforce- 
ment officers, 53-448 
duties, 53-445, 53-446 
oath of office, 53-442 
official bond, 53-442 
powers, 53-447 
removal from office, 53-441 
sheriff, supervision by, 53-444 
term of office, 53-441 
Sale of cotton, period for license to traffic 

in unpacked lint cotton, 13-324 
Schools — ■ 

generally — 

Counties (this index) 
Schools (this index) 
account, separate, for funds of each dis- 
trict, 21-1929 
advances to districts, 14-1453 
appraisal, annual, of school district prop- 
erty, 21-1906 
Board of Education — 

appointment, 21-1851 •>— 

boundary lines of districts, determi- 
nation of, 21-1903 
buildings and improvements, study 

of needs for, 14-1463 
chairman, 21-1853 
compensation of members, 21-1856 
consolidation of districts, 21-1905 
contracts for division of county into 

districts, 21-1905 
County board fund, infra 
executive secretary, 21-1851 
expenditures, checking of, 21-1871 



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CHESTERFIELD COUNTY— Cont'd 

Schools — Cont'd 

Board of Education — Cont'd 
indebtedness — 

district, to be approved by, 21- 

1934 
record of, 21-1874 
inventory, annual, 21-1862 
legal advisor, 21-1854 
meetings — 

business to be transacted at, 21- 

1857 
notice of, 21-1857 
mileage, 21-1856 
minutes, 21-1858 
number of members, 21-1851 
Pageland Centralized High School 
District budget to be approved 
by, 21-2024 
powers, 21-1860 
quorum, 21-1857 

regulations, power to make, 21-1860 
removal of member, 21-1852 
report, annual, 21-1861, 21-1882 
seal, 21-1855 
Superintendent of Education as ex 

officio member ,21-1851 
term of members, 21-1851 
trustees, appointment or removal, 21- 

1901,21-1902 
vacancies, how filled, 21-1852 
vice-chairman, 21-1853 
bonds, district — 

amount permissible, SC Const, Art 
10, § 5 [Vol. 7, pp. 290, 297] 
Cheraw special district, SC Const, 
Art 10, §5 [Vol. 7, p. 291] 
investment of surplus county funds 

in, 14-1448 
purchase by Sinking Fund Commis- 
sion, 14-1450 
purchase or payment by county, 14- 

1458 
record of proceedings for issuance, 
21-1873 
fees for, 21-1873 
refunding, exception from constitu- 
tional restrictions, SC Const, Art 
10, § 5 [Vol. 7, p. 290] 
report when funds not available for 

payment, 14-1435 
taxes to retire, 14-1455, 14-1457 
use of county funds for, 14-1451 
boundary lines of districts, determina- 
tion of, 21-1903 
budgets, 21-1921,21-1922 
copies, filing of, 21-1925 
filing, 21-1924, 21-1925 
keeping within anticipated revenue, 

21-1923 
neglect of trustees to submit, 21-1926 



CHESTERFIELD COUNTY— Cont'd 

Schools — Cont'd 
budgets — Cont'd 

receipts and disbursements, credit- 
ing or charging of to appropriate 
budget items, 21-1930 
Cheraw District, inapplicability to of 
provision for appointment or re- 
moval of trustees bv Board of Edu- 
cation, 21-1901, 21-1902 
consolidation of districts, 21-1905 
contracts not provided for in budget, 21- 

1927 
county board fund — 
budget for, 21-1876 
disbursement, 21-1877 

statement of, 21-1878 
tax for, 21-1875 
disbursements not provided for in budg- 
et, 21-1928 
District No. 18— 
trustees — 

appointment, 21-1971 

chairman, 21-1975 

clerk and secretary, 21-1975 

effective date of action bv, 21-1977 

election, 21-1972 to 21-1974 

number of, 21-1971 

records of proceedings, 21-1976 to 

21-1978 
term of office, 21-1971, 21-1974 
vice-chairman, 21-1975 
finances, 21-1871 to 21-1886 
indebtedness of district — 

approval by County Board of Edu- 
cation, 21-1934 
records of, 21-1873, 21-1874 
inventory, annual, of district property, 

21-1906 
Jefferson Centralized High School Dis- 
trict — 
area, 21-1991 
corporate body, 21-1993 
trustee from District No. 24, 21-1992 
kindergartens, exemption from provision 

for establishment of, 21-604 
loans, record of proceedings for procure- 
ment, 21-1873 
McBee Centralized High School Dis- 
trict- 
area, 21-2001 
building, 21-2006 

apportionment of expenses of 
maintaining, repairing and op- 
erating, 21-2007 
taxes, 21-2008 
trustees — 

chairman, 21-2004 
clerk, 21-2004 
election, 21-2003.1 
powers, generally, 21-2005 
term of office, 21-2003 






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CHESTERFIELD COUNTY— Cont'd 

Schools — Cont'd 

Pageland Centralized High School Dis- 
trict — 
area, 21-2021 
budget, approval of, by County Board 

of Education, 21-2024 
building, power to erect and equip, 

21-2022 
location of school, 21-2021 
tax for support of school, 21-2023, 
21-2025 
uniformity of levies, 21-2025 
trustees- 
number, term of office and powers, 
21-2022 
plats of districts, recording of, 21-1904 
Sinking Fund Commission loans to 

school districts, 21-1883 to 21-1886 
Superintendent of Education — 

audit, delivery of copy to, 14-1477 
claims against districts, approval of, 

21-1931 
liability for expenditures in excess 

of budget, 14-1437 
office in courthouse, 14-1481 
records of Board of Education, pres- 
ervation of, 21-1858 
vouchers to be approved by, 21-1933 
taxes — 

delinquent, crediting proper propor- 
tion to school districts, 21-1879 
to 21-1881 
loan from Sinking Fund Commission, 

repayment of, 21-18S6 
reduction or discontinuance, general 
provisions inapplicable to county, 
21-936 
special provision, 21-929 
Teachers — 

budget as determining salary and 

term of employment, 21-1942 
contracts, 21-1941 
number permissible, 21-1943 
salaries, approval of Board of Educa- 
tion, when required, 21-1944 
term of employment, 21-1945 
time of employment, 21-1945 
trustees — 

budgets, 21-1921 
nomination by electors, 21-1901 
removal, 21-1902 
term of office, 21-1901 
vacancies, how filled, 21-1902 
vouchers, preparation, signature and 

approval, 21-1931 to 21-1933 
warrants, signing of, 21-1872 
Sheriff— 

generally. Sheriff's (this index) 
deputy sheriff at Jefferson, 53-88 
fees for tax executions, 65-2805 
office in courthouse, 14-1481 



CHESTERFIELD COUNTY— Cont'd 

Sheriff — Cont'd 

salary in lieu of fees, 14-1401 
taxes, assistance in collection of, 65-2280 
Sinking Fund Commission — ■ 

approval required for payment of indebt- 
edness, 14-1452 
bonds, official, study and recommenda- 
tion, 14-1460 
certification of necessity of tax levy to 
meet township and school district 
bonds, 14-1455 
chairman, 14-1443 
depositories of public funds, approval of, 

14-1462 
duties, 14-1445 

industrial enterprises, encouraging loca- 
tion of, 14-1445 
investment of surplus county funds, 14- 

1448 
investments, sale of, 14-1449 
membership, 14-1441 
number of members, 14-1441 
oath of members, 14-1444 
powers, 14-1445 
public buildings and improvements, 

study of needs for, 14-1463 
purchase of bonds, 14-1450 
purchase of outstanding obligations, 14- 

1447 
records of sinking funds taken over, 14- 

1446 
reports to — 

by tax collector, 65-2285 
of school district or township indebt- 
edness to county, 14-1459 
school districts, loans to, 21-1883 to 21- 

1886 
secretary-treasurer, 14-1443 
securities, county-owned, examination of, 

14-1461 
tax collector — 

bond of, to be approved by, 65-2273 
duties of Commission in respect of, 

65-2272, 65-2275, 65-2278 
rules and regulations for, 65-2283 
terms of members, 14-1442 
vacancies, how filled, 14-1442 
Sinking funds — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
investment- 
general statutory requirements in- 
applicable, 1-671 
surplus county funds, 14-144S 
sale of investments, 14-1449 
Soil conservation committee area for selec- 
tion of members, 63-61.1 
South Carolina Retirement System, partici- 
pation in, 61-132 to 61-134 
Squirrels, closed and open season, 28-342 
Streams, inapplicability of statutory require- 
ments as to, 70-5 



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CHESTERFIELD COUNTY— Cont'd 

Supervisor of roads — 

materials or supplies not to be furnished 

by, 14-1422 
powers and duties, 14-1421 
salary, 14-1421 
Tax anticipation borrowing, 14-451, 14-452, 
14-457 

generally. Counties (this index) 
form of obligation, 14-458 
purpose of levies, noting proceeds of 

loan to, 14-461 
treasurer to receive loan, 14-460 
Tax collector, 65-2271 to 65-2289 
appointment, 65-2272 
audits of books and accounts, 65-2286 
bond, 65-2273 
clerical assistants, 65-2277 

discharge, 65-2278 
compensation, 65-2279 
creation of office, 65-2271 
deputies, 65-2275 

bond and oath of office, 65-2276 
compensation, 65-2279 
discharge, 65-2278 
discharge, 65-2278 
duties, 65-2281, 65-2282 
expenses, allowance of, 65-2279 
oaths required, 65-2273 
powers, 65-2281 
reports by, to Sinking Fund Commission, 

65-2285 
rules and regulations for, to be pre- 
scribed by Sinking Fund Commis- 
sion, 65-2283 
settlements with treasurer, 65-2284 
sheriff, assistance by, 65-2280 
Sinking Fund Commission's duties in re- 
spect of, 65-2272, 65-2275, 65-2278 
term of office, 65-2274 

commencement, 65-2274 
vacancies in office, how filled, 65-2274 
Taxes — 

generally — 

Counties (this index) 
Taxation (this index) 
action at law to recover delinquent per- 
sonal property tax, 65-3445 
armed forces, suspension of taxes of per- 
sons in, 65-1993, 65-1994 
change of title or interest, furnishing in- 
formation of, 65-3411, 65-3442 
decedents' estates, duty of probate judge 

to require payment, 65-3444 
delinquent tax collections, disposition of, 
65-3446 
removal or sale of personalty as ter- 
minating right to pay delinquent 
taxes in instalments, 65-2061 



CHESTERFIELD COUNTY— Cont'd 

Taxes — Cont'd 

executions to enforce payment — 
fees and costs, 65-2289, 65-2805 
nulla bona returns — 

consideration of, 65-2287 
nulla bonas, disposition of, 65- 
22S8 
sheriff, levy by, 65-2280 
exemption from — 

cotton or textile enterprises, SC 

Const, Art 8, § 8 
manufacturing establishments, 65- 
1525 
additions to, 65-1527 
United States, land sold to or in pos- 
session of, 65-1576 to 65-1578 
fiduciary's liability for, 65-3444 
Forfeited land commission, supra 
persona! property, delinquent, collection 

of, 65-3445 
probate judge to furnish auditor with 

certain information, 65-3441 
South Carolina Retirement System, levy 
for payments to, 61-134 
Tourist camp and road house provisions in- 
applicable to, 35-208 
Township bonds — 

investment of surplus county funds in, 

14-1448, 14-1450 
purchase by Sinking Fund Commission, 

14-1450 
purchase or payment by county, 14-1458 
refunding as exempt from constitutional 

restrictions, SC Const, Art 10, § 5 
report when funds not available for pay- 
ment, 14-1454 
taxes to retire, 14-1455. 14-1457 
use of county funds for, when prohibited, 
14-1451 
Townships, advances to, 14-1453 
Treasurer — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
audit, delivery of copy to, 14-1477 
duties and powers, 14-1435 
liability for expenditure of funds in ex- 
cess of budget, 14-1437 
office in courthouse, 14-1481 
publication of statement of disburse- 
ments not required, 65-2026 
report of school district or township in- 
debtedness to county, 14-1459 
reports to county commissioners, 65-2020 
salary in lieu of fees, 14-1401 
tax collector's settlements with, 65-2284 
tax executions, fee for, 65-2805 
Veterans' service officer, 44-611 to 44-625 
advisory committee, 44-616, 44-617 
annual report, 44-625 
appointment, 44-611 

claims for benefits, prosecution of, 44- 
620 



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CHESTERFIELD COUNTY— Cont'd 

Veterans' service officer — Cont'd 
duties generally, 44-619 
emplojraent, assistance to obtain, 44-623 
full time position, 44-618 
general laws, officer as subject to, 44-624 
hospitalization, assistance to obtain, 44- 

621 
medical services, assistance to obtain, 44- 

621 
nomination, 44-612 
removal from office, 44-614 
State Service Officer, co-operation with, 

44-622 
vacancy, 44-613 
Warrants, 14-1434 
Waters, statutory requirements as to 

streams, inapplicability of, 70-5 
World War II Memorial Commission, 44- 
851 



CHESTERFIELD, TOWN OF 

Bonded indebtedness, when exempt from 
constitutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 
8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 227] 

Funding of indebtedness, when permissible. 
SC Const, Art 8, §7 [Vol. 7, p. 227] 

Gas plant, bonds for, exception from con- 
stitutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 8, 
§ 7 [Vol. 7, p. 227] 

Lighting plant, bonds for, exception from 
constitutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 
8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 227] 

Officers, special provisions for, 47-314 
Sewer bonds, exception from constitutional 

debt limit, SC Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7 

p. 227] 

Street improvement bonds, exception from 
constitutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 
8, §7 [Vol. 7, p. 227] 

Wards, division into, 47-1556 

Waterworks bonds, exception from consti- 
tutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 8, 
§ 7 [Vol. 7, p. 227] 



CHESTER SCHOOL DISTRICT 
Tax assessors, 65-1809 



CHICKEN POX 

Common carrier, transportation by, of per- 
sons afflicted with, restrictions on, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 623 [Sec. 3] 

Placarding, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 555 
[Sec. S] 

Travel of persons having, restricted, Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 556 [Sec. 14] 

CHICKENS 

Baby Chicks (this index) 
Poultry (this index) 



CHICORY 

Germination standard, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, 
p. 459 [Reg. 4] 



CHIEF CONSTABLE 
Appointment of, 1-122 

CHIEF ENGINEER 
Drainage Districts (this index) 

CHIEF GAME WARDEN 

Public Health Veterinarian to co-operate 

with, 6-123 
Rabies control, co-operation in, 6-132 

CHIEF HIGHWAY COMMISSIONER 
Highway Commission (State) (this index) 

CHIEF INSPECTOR 
Fisheries Board (this index) 

CHIEF JUSTICE 
Supreme Court (this index) 

CHIEF OF FIRE DEPARTMENT 
Fires (this index) 



CHESTNUTS 

Standard bushel, 66-157 



CHILD LABOR 
Labor (this index) 



CHEWING TOBACCO 

Licenses and License Taxes (this index) 
Stamp Taxes (this index) 



CHILDREN 

Infants or Minors (this index) 
Parent and Child (this index) 



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CHILDREN'S BUREAU 

Adoption of children, power to consent to, 
in loco parentis, 71-205 

False statements or reports to, penalty for, 
71-211 

Funds, disbursement of, 71-209 

Guardianship of destitute, dependent, neg- 
lected or delinquent children, 71-205 

Introduction of children into State, placing 
in foster home, or procuring adoption, 
notification of, to Bureau, 71-207 

Investigations by, of applications for ad- 
mission or dismissal of children to or 
from State institutions, 71-208 

Penalties for violation of statute, 71-211 

Placement of children, 71-202, 71-205 
investigation and supervision, 71-203 
records, 71-204 

Records, 71-204 

Removal of child from mother to be re- 
ported to, 71-206 

Reports, annual, 71-210 

Supervisor, appointment and compensation, 
71-201 



CHILDREN'S COURTS 

See also Juvenile and Domestic 
Relations Courts 

Generally, 15-1301 to 15-1428 

Abandoment of family, 15-1385 
Abducting child under 14, as felony, 15-1386 
Adjudication — 
effect of, 15-1425 

on petition to institute proceedings, 15- 
1405 
Adoption (this index) 
Adult, violation of probation by, 15-1413 
Advisory boards- 
counties of 70,000 to 71,000 and 85,000 to 

100,000, 15-1355 
Greenville County Children's Court, 15- 

1303 
Spartanburg County Children's Court, 
15-1333 
Appeals, 15-1428 

Greenville County Children's Court, 15- 
1316 
as to transfer to general sessions 
court, 15-1310 
Spartanburg County Children's Court, 
15-1357 
Appearance, failure to appear when sum- 
moned, as contempt, 15-1401 
Arrest — 

Detention of child, infra 
Greenville County Children's Court — 
arrest of accused on charge of neglect 

or nonsupport of child, 15-1313 
arrest of delinquent child, 15-1306, 
15-1307 



CHILDREN'S COURTS— Cont'd 

Arrest — Cont'd 

warrant on petition to institute proceed- 
ings, 15-1402 
Authority of children's institutions, 15-1378 
Bail in Greenville County Children's Court 
on charge of neglect or nonsupport of 
child, 15-1313 
Bastardy proceedings. Bastards (this in- 
dex) 
Cheating minor of wages as misdemeanor, 

15-1390 
Chief probation officers, 15-1373 
Cigarettes or tobacco, furnishing to mi- 
nors — 
as misdemeanor, 15-1387 
minor's refusal to disclose seller as mis- 
demeanor, 14-1387 
police officer's duty to investigate, 15- 
1387 
City over 60,000 or 70,000, counties contain- 
ing, Juvenile Domestic Relations Court 
Act applicable in, 15-1102, 15-1111 
Complaint. Petition, infra 
Conditions of probation, 15-1412 
Confining child with adult, as misdemeanor, 

15-1407 
Conspiracy to abduct child under 14, as 

felony, 15-1386 
Construction of statutes, 15-1371 
Contempt- 
failure to appear when summoned, 15- 

1401 
failure to support child after commit- 
ment, 15-1415 
Conviction, adjudication as, 15-1425 
Co-operation of officials and institutions, 15- 

1372 
Counties containing city over 60,000 or 70,- 
000, Juvenile Domestic Relations Court 
Act applicable in, 15-1102, 15-1111 
Counties of 70,000 to 71,000 (1940 census) 
and 85.000 to 100,000 (1920 census), 
courts in, 15-1351 to 15-1356 
advisory board, 15-1355 
definitions, 15-1356 

detention home, advisory board to con- 
trol and manage, 15-1355 
established, 15-1351 

judge, probate judge as, 15-1352, 15-1353 
jurisdictional, 15-1354 
State Board of Public Welfare, reports 

to, 15-1355 
visitation of children's institutions, 15- 
1355 
Criminal — 

adjudicated child not called, 15-1425 
child not treated as, 15-1371 
juvenile and domestic relations courts, 
child adjudicated in children's court 
division of, 15-1202 






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CHILDREN'S COURTS— Cont'd 

Crimes and criminal procedures — 

see also other appropriate lines in this 

topic 
criminal procedure not applicable to chil- 
dren, 15-1392 
Custody of child, award of, 15-1421 
Delinquent child — 

Greenville County Children's Court, In- 
fra 
Spartanburg County Children's Court, 
delinquent child defined, 15-1334 
Dependent child — 

Greenville County Children's Court — 
dependent child defined, 15-1304 
jurisdiction, 15-1305 
Spartanburg County Children's Court, 
delinquent child defined, 15-1334 
Detention homes, 15-140S to 15-1410 

counties of 70,000 to 71,000 and 85,000 to 

100,000, control in, 15-1355 
expenses of maintenance, 15-1410 
manner of operation, 15-1409 
superintendent, matron, and other em- 
ployees, 15-1409 
Detention of child on petition to institute 
proceedings, 15-1395 
taking child into custody, 15-1397 
Duty of court toward children, 15-1391 
Enticing, etc., indigent child from institu- 
tion, 15-1386 
Epileptic children, commitment of, 15-1422 
Evidence — 

abandonment of family, evidence in pros- 
ecution for, 15-1385 
proceedings not admissible in other 
cases, 15-1425 
Exclusion of public from hearing on peti- 
tion to institute proceedings, 15-1404 
Feeble-minded children, commitment of, 15- 

1422 
Felony charges against children, 15-1406 
Fire, exposing locked up child to danger of, 

as misdemeanor, 15-1389 
Forms, court may prescribe and publish, 15- 

1393 
General penalty for violations, 15-1427 
Girls' cases, woman may be appointed to 

hear, 15-1403 
Greenville County Children's Court, 15-1301 

to 15-1317 _ 

advisory board, 15-1303 
appeals to circuit court, 15-1316 

as to transfer to general sessions 
court, 15-1310 
applicability of other provisions, 15-1317 
definitions, 15-1304 
delinquent child — 

arrest, 15-1306, 15-1307 
defined, 15-1304 

execution of petition and warrant, 15- 
1308 



CHILDREN'S COURTS— Cont'd 

Greenville County ^Children's Court — Cont'd 
delinquent child — Cont'd 
jurisdiction as to, 15-1305 
petition as to, 15-1306 
prescribed procedure exclusive, 15- 

1309 
tranfer to general sessions, 15-1310 
warrant for arrest of, 15-1306 
dependent child — 
defined, 15-1304 
jurisdiction as to, 15-1305 
established, 15-1301 
judge- 
appointment, 15-1302 
compensation, 15-1302 
term of office, 15-1302 
jurisdiction, 15-1305 
neglected child — - 
defined, 15-1304 
jurisdiction as to, 15-1305 
neglect or nonsupport of child, 15-1311 
to 15-1315 
arrest of accused, 15-1313 
as misdemeanor, 15-1311, 15-1312 
bail, 15-1313 

information, proceedings by, 15-1313 
jury trial, 15-1315 
penalties, 15-1315 
Guardian, court may appoint, 15-1420 
Guardian ad litem, 15-1403 
Hearing on petition to institute proceedings. 
Petition to institute proceedings, infra 
Hospitalization of child, 15-1423 
Information, Greenville County Children's 
Court, proceedings by information on 
charge of neglect or nonsupport of 
child, 15-1313 
Inspection of children's record, 15-1424 
Judge — 

counties of 70,000 to 71,000 and 85,000 to 
100,000, probate judge as judge of 
children's court in, 15-1352, 15-1353 
Greenville County Children's Court, su- 
pra 
Spartanburg County Children's Court, 
judge of, 15-1332 
Judgment — 

effect of, 15-1425 

on petition to institute proceedings, 15- 
1405 
Jurisdiction — 

adoption, 15-1382 

as continuing, 15-1391 

counties of 70,000 to 71,000, and 85,000 

to 100,000, courts in, 15-1354 
custody of child, as to, 15-1421 
Greenville County Children's Court, 15- 

1305 
guardian, appointment of, 15-1420 
Spartanburg County Children's Court, 
15-1335 



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CHILDREN'S COURTS— Cont'd 

Jury in Greenville County Children's Court, 
on charge of neglect or nonsupport of 
child, 15-1315 
Juvenile and Domestic Relations Courts 

(this index) 
Leaving child confined alone, penalty for, 

15-1389 
Matron of detention home, 15-1409 
Medical care for child, 15-1-123 
Mentally defective children, commitment of, 

15-1422 
Neglect of children as misdemeanor, 15- 
1380 
Greenville County Children's Court — 
jurisdiction, 15-1305 
neglected child defined, 15-1304 
Spartanburg County Children's Court, 
neglected child defined, 15-1334 
Nonsupport. Support, infra 
Orders as to child, modification of, 15-1417, 

15-1418 
Other courts, probation officers as proba- 
tion officers for, 15-1377 
Parole officer, probation officer acting as, 15- 

1377 
Penalties, 15-1427 

Greenville County Children's Court, pen- 
alties for neglect or nonsupport of 
child, 15-1315 
Petition to institute proceedings, 15-1395 
adjudication and orders of court, 15-1405 
detention of child, 15-1398 

taking child into custody, 15-1397 
failure to appear as contempt, 15-1401 
girls' cases, woman may be appointed 

to hear, 15-1403 
Greenville County Children's Court, pe- 
tition as to delinquent child, 15-1306 
execution of petition and warrant, 15- 
1308 
guardian ad litem, appointment of, 15- 

1403 
hearing, 15-1403 

exclusion of public, 15-1404 
time for, 15-1400 
release of child during pendency of, 15- 

1398 
service of summons, 15-1399 
summons, 15-1396 
warrant, 15-1402 

Greenville County Children's Court, 
warrant on petition as to delin- 
quent child, 15-1306, 15-1308 
Physical examination of child, 15-1422 
Probate judge in counties of 70,000 to 71,000 
and 85,000 to 100,000 as judge of chil- 
dren's courts, 15-1352. 15-1353 
Probation, 15-1411 to 15-1414 
conditions of, 15-1412 
revocation as to child, 15-1414 
term of, 15-1411 
violation by adult, 15-1413 



CHILDREN'S COURTS— Cont'd 

Probation officers, 15-1373 to 15-1377 
appointment and removal, 15-1373 
chief probation officers. 15-1373 
duties generally, 15-1375 
other courts, as probation officers for, 

15-1377 
parole officer, probation officer acting as, 

15-1377 
peace officer, as having powers of, 15- 

1377 
records and reports of, 15-1376 
salaries and compensation, 15-1374 
State Board of Public Welfare, powers 

of, 15-1373, 15-1377 
transportation and other expenses, 15- 

1374 
visiting of child, 15-1419 
Public, exclusion from hearing on petition 

to institute proceedings, 15-1404 
Public office, adjudication as disqualifying 

for, 15-1425 
Records — 

children's record, 15-1424 
of probation officers, 15-1376 

Release of child during pendency of peti- 
tion to institute proceedings, 15-395 
Religious faith considered when committing 

child, 15-1416 
Revocation of probation as to child, 15-1414 
Rules, power to make, 15-1393 
Separating young child from mother, 15- 

1381 
Service of process and papers — 

summons on petition to institute pro- 
ceedings, 15-1399 
who may serve, 15-1379 

Sessions, 15-1394 

Spartanburg County Children's Court, 15- 
1331 to 15-1338 
advisory board, 15-1333 
appeals to circuit court, 15-1337 
applicability of other provisions, 15-1338 
definitions, 15-1334 
delinquent child defined, 15-1334 
dependent child defined, 15-1334 
established, 15-1331 
judge, 15-1332 
jurisdiction, 15-1335 
neglected child defined, 15-1334 
transfer of cases to circuit court, 15- 
1336 

State, child as ward of, 15-1371 

Summons on petition to institute .proceed- 
ings, 15-1396 

Superintendent of detention home, 15-1409 

Support — 

commitment, support of child after, 15- 

1415 
family, failure of support of, 15-1385 
neglect or nonsupport of child. Green- 
ville County Children's Court, supra 



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CHILDREN'S COURTS— Cont'd 

Surgical care for child, 15-1423 

Terms of probation, 15-1411 

Tobacco, furnishing to minors. Cigarettes 

or tobacco, supra 
Trial- 
Greenville County Children's Court, jury 
for trial of charge of neglect or non- 
support of child, 15-1315 
petition to institute proceedings, hear- 
ing on. Petition to institute pro- 
ceedings, supra 
Visitation of children's institutions, in coun- 
ties of 70,000 to 71,000, and 85,000 to 
100,000, 15-1355 
Visiting of child by probation officer, 15- 

1419 
Warrant on petition to institute proceed- 
ings, 15-1402 
Greenville County Children's Court, 
warrant for delinquent child, 15- 
1306, 15-1308 
Weapons, furnishing to minor as misde- 
meanor, 15-1388 



CHIMNEYS 

Buildings (this index) 
Foundry chimneys, 47-1239 



CHIROPODISTS 

Generally, 56-301 to 56-322 

Arch supports, application of law as to, 56- 

322 
Board of Chiropody Examiners. State Board 

of Chiropody Examiners, infra 
Chiropody, definition of, 56-301 
Corporate practice, 56-319 
Corrective shoes, application of law to fit- 
ting or sale of, 56-322 
Definitions, 56-301, 56-318 
Designation of persons licensed, 56-310 
Examination — 

application for, 56-304 

average required, 56-307 

fees for, 56-30S 

rules and regulations for, 56-306 

time and place of, 56-305 
Fees — 

annual renewal of license, 56-312 

examination fees, 56-308 

use of, 56-316 
Foot remedies, application of law as to, 56- 

322 
Licenses — 

annual renewal, 56-312 

display, 56-311 



CHIROPODISTS— Cont'd 

Licenses — Cont'd 

issuance of, 56-304, 56-305 

nonresidents, 56-309 

procedure for denying or revoking, 56- 
314 

revocation of, 56-313 

unlawful to practice without, 56-303 
Medical treatment, definition of, 56-301 
Penalty for violation of regulations as to, 

56-320 
Physicians exempt from provisions as to, 

56-321 
Practice defined. 56-318 
State Board of Chiropody Examiners — 

annual report, 56-317 

creation of, 56-302 

fees, use of, 56-316 

revocation of licenses by, 56-313 

self-supporting, board as, 56-315 

term of, 56-303 
Surgical treatment, definition of, 56-301 



CHIROPRACTORS 

Generally, 56-351 to 56-361 

Board of examiners. South Carolina Board 

of Chiropractic Examiners, infra 
Fees and costs — 

payment of, 56-355 

reciprocal registration, 56-357 
Filing of credentials, 56-355 
Licenses — 

annual renewal of, 56-358 

qualification of applicants for, 56-354 

requirement of. 56-352 

revocation of, 56-359 
Penalty for violations, 56-360 
Reciprocal registration, 56-356 

fee for, 56-357 
Re-examination after failure, 56-356 
South Carolina Board of Chiropractic Ex- 
aminers — 

excess funds, use of, 56-361 

meetings, 56-353 

members, 56-353 

rules, 56-353 

terms, 56-353 



CHLORAL HYDRATE 

Food or drug containing, when misbranded, 
32-1516 



CHLORIDE OF LIME 

Dangerous substance as including, 32-1801 
(8) 



190 Code of Laws of South Carolina 

CHLORINATED POTASH CHURCH CORPORATIONS 

Dangerous substance as including, 32-1801 Charitable, Social and Religious Corpora- 
(8) tions (.this index) 



CHLORINATED SODA 

Dangerous substance as including, 32-1801 
(8) 



CHLORINE 

Motor carriers, vehicles transporting chlor- 
ine, to stop at railroad grade crossings, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 771 [Reg. 
2.131] 

Poisoning by, as reportable disease, Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 553 [Sec. 5] 



CHLOROFORM 

Food or drug containing, when misbranded, 
32-1516 



CHOCOLATE MILK 
Sale of, 32-1603 

CHOLERA 

Animal Diseases (this index) 
Asiatic Cholera (this index) 

CHOSES IN ACTION 

Assignability when not on contract, 10-207 
Setoff in action by assignee of, 10-706 
Stealing of, 16-354 

petit larceny, 16-353 

CHRISTMAS 

Holiday, 64-151 

State colleges and universities to suspend 

exercises for ten-day period including, 

22-5 

CHROME YELLOW 
Confectionery as adulterated by, 32-1513 

CHROMIC ACID 

Exposure to, threshold limits, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 559 [Sec. 6] 



CHURCHES 

Sec also Charitable, Social and 
Religious Corporations 

Birth date, proof by church records, 32-1145 
(5) 

Burning of, punishment for, 16-312 

Clergymen (this index) 

Condemnation of property acquired for, 25- 
55 

Dance halls, location of, 5-602 

Disorderly conduct at or near, 16-558 

Filling station within 100 feet of, when un- 
lawful in LTnion County, 66-5 

Hawkers or peddlers carrying on business 
near, 56-1214 

Tax exemption, 65-1522(12); SC Const, Art 
10, §4 



CHURCH HOME ORPHANAGE 
Tax exemption, 65-1523(17) 

CIDER 

Stamp tax on, 65-763 

CIGARETTES 

Licenses and Licenses Taxes (this index) 
Minors, furnishing to — 

Children's Courts (this index) 

penalty for, 16-556 
Stamp Taxes (this index) 

CIGARS 

Licenses and License Taxes (this index) 
Stamp Taxes (this index) 

CINDER DEFLECTORS 

Railroad passenger cars, required on, 58- 
1182, 58-1183; Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
753 [Rule 17] 

CIPHER MESSAGES 
Telegraph company's liability, 58-252 

CIRCUIT COURT RULES 
Rules of Circuit Courts (this index) 



Index 



191 



CIRCUIT COURTS AND JUDGES 

See also Common Picas Courts and Judges; 
Courts; General Sessions Courts 

For provisions distinctive to particular 
counties, see name of county 

Generally, 15-201 to 15-305 

Abandoned premises, appeal from action of 

magistrates in terminating lease, 41-69 
Abatement and Revival (this index) 
Absence of judge — 

adjournment by clerk of courts in, 15- 

220.1 
circuit, powers during absence from, 15- 

234 
State, leave required for absence from, 
15-213 
Abstract of Judgments (this index) 
Action or Suit (this index) 
Adjoining circuits, powers of judges in, 15- 

235 
Adjournment — 

absence of judge, adjournment by clerk 

in, 15-220.1 
epidemics, adjournment in cases of, 15- 

245 
common pleas court, adjournment when 
general sessions not concluded, 15- 
241. 15-242 
in fifth judicial circuit. 15-271 
habeas corpus after, 17-360 
Adoption of children, jurisdiction as to, 10- 

2581 
Aeronautics Commission — 

aid of court, Commission may invoke, 2- 

62 
appeals from orders of, 2-70, 2-72 
Affirmation or oath, power to administer, 

15-231.2 
Agreed Case (this index) 
Airport, appeal in proceedings for acquisi- 
tion of property for, 2-114 
Always open for certain purposes, 10-19 
Amendment of pleadings and papers, mo- 
tions for, Cir Ct Rule 20 
Amusement, place of, appeal from revoca- 
tion of license for, 65-809, 65-810 
Appeals from, to Supreme Court. Appeals 

(this index) 
Appeals to. Appeals (this index) 
April, term of last Monday in, power of 

judge presiding at, 15-238 
Arbitration cases — 

appeals to court, 10-1904 
award as judgment of common pleas 
court, 10-1905 
Arguments of Counsel (this index) 
Arrest of judgment, motion for, Cir Ct 

Rule 72 
Assignment for benefit of creditors, ap- 
pointment of umpire to decide dis- 
agreements, 57-361 



CIRCUIT COURTS AND JUDGES 

■ — Cont'd 

Assignment of judges, 15-129, 15-130 

constitutional questions, assisting Su- 
preme Court on, 15-127 
death or disability, assignment of other 

judge in case of, 15-216, 15-219 
to relieve overcrowded docket, 5-218, 
15-219 
Attachment (this index) 
Attorneys at Law (this index) 
Automobile driver's license, appeal from 
denial, suspension, or revocation, 46-178 
Bail and Recognizance (this index) 
Beer permit, appeal from order of revoca- 
tion or suspension of, 4-217 
Bond for support of wife, child, or step- 
child, filing of order forfeiting bond in 
book of judgments, 15-1267 
Bonds in judicial proceedings generally. 
Civil Remedies and Procedure (this in- 
dex) 
Borrowing for minors and incompetents, 

power to authorize, 10-2562 
Boundaries of land in dispute, appointment 
of surveyors in actions involving title, 
57-452, 57-453 
Bribery to obtain public office, exclusive 
jurisdiction of general sessions courts 
to try, 16-558.3 
Bridges, appointment of commissioners to 

superintend toll bridges, 33-762 
Bringing questions before court, Cir Ct 

Rule 56 
Burial grounds, flooding of, determination 
of disposition of bodies, 70-173 to 70- 
176 
Calendars (this index) 
Calling off regular terms of common pleas 

courts, 15-243, 15-244 
Canal companies, appeals in condemnation 
proceedings by. Eminent Domain (this 
index) 
Carrying concealed weapon, exclusive ju- 
risdiction in general sessions courts 
over charge including count for, 17-404 
Case or Exception (this index) 
Certificate of merit to accompany demurrer, 

Cir Ct Rule 18 
Certiorari — 

chambers, issuance at, SC Const, Art 

5, §25; 10-20 
conviction in municipal or magistrate's 
court, certiorari to review, 7-14, 15- 
916 
Chambers, judges' powers at, generally, 10- 
19, 10-20, 15-233 
constitutional provisions, SC Const Art 

5, §25 
see also other appropriate lines in this 
topic. 
Chancery. Equity (this index) 



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— Cont'd 

Change of name, proceedings for, 48-51 to 

48-53 
Change of venue. Venue (this index) 
Charleston Civil and Criminal Court (this 

index) 
Charleston Harbor, appeal to court from 
orders of State Ports Authority as to 
wharves, etc., 54-37 
Chief Justice of Supreme Court — 

assignment of circuit judges, powers and 

duties as to, 15-129, 15-130 
calling circuit judges on constitutional 
questions, 15-127 
Children. Infants, infra 
Circuit solicitor — - 

duty to attend sessions of court, 1-252 
to decide forum in cases of concurrent 
jurisdiction of county court with 
general sessions court, 15-623 
Clerk. Clerks of Courts (this index) 
Common Pleas Courts and Judges (this in- 
dex) 
Compensation of judge. Judges, infra 
Composition of circuits, 15-261 
Compulsory school attendance cases, ap- 
peal from rulings of board of inquiry, 
21-779 
Concurrent jurisdiction of general sessions 
courts and inferior courts, SC Const 
Art 5, § 18 
Constables' duties, 43-318 
Constitutional decisions, circuit judges to 
assist Supreme Court on, when, 15-127, 
15-128 
constitutional provision for, SC Const, 
Art 5, § 12 
Contempt (this index) 
Continuance (this index) 
Coroners' deputies to be approved by, 17- 

59 
Corporations — 

civil matters. Common Pleas Courts 

and Judges (this index) 
criminal cases — 
appeals, 7-3 

jurisdiction of criminal charge against 
corporation, how obtained, 17- 
407 

Costs 

payment after dismissal before proceed- 
ing in new action, Cir Ct Rule 59 
security for, Cir Ct Rule 10 

form of undertaking, Cir Ct Rule 10 
Supreme Court costs — 

adjustment of, Cir Ct Rule 40 
collection of, 15-132 
Counterclaim, designation of, Cir Ct Rule 

18 
County finances, irregularities to be re- 
ported to general sessions court, 65- 
2033 



CIRCUIT COURTS AND JUDGES 

— Cont'd 

County governing body, appeals from, 7- 

301 
Courts of record, circuit courts as, 15-201 
Custody of jurors separated during deliber- 
ations, Cir Ct Rule 80 
Daily reading of minutes to judge in com- 
mon pleas courts, 15-762 
Darlington County Civil Court — 

inferiority of, to circuit court, 15-1581 
service in civil court of county, as no 
exemption for jurors, 15-1599.1 
Death or disability of judge — 

adjoining circuit judge to act in case of, 

15-235 
assignment of other judge in case of, 

15-216, 15-219 
notice to Chief Justice of disability, 15- 
215 
Decisions, time for filing, SC Const, Art 5, 

§17 
Declaratory Judgment (this index) 
Decrees — 

generally. Judgment or Decree (this in- 
dex) 
see also appropriate lines in this topic 
Default judgments. Judgment or Decree 

(this index) 
Deposition of shipmaster in prosecution for 
harboring deserting seamen, taking of, 
54-356 
Depositions de bene esse, taking before cir- 
cuit judge, 26-705 
Deposits in Court (this index) 
Destitute and delinquent children, appeals 

in cases of, 71-260 
Direction of verdict, lack of evidence as 

ground for, Cir Ct Rule 76 
Disability of judge. Death or disability, 

supra 
Discovery and inspection, Cir Ct Rule 43 

to 46 
Discussions of facts on motions, Cir Ct 

Rule 57 
Dismissal or Nonsuit (this index) 
Disqualified justices, appointment of sub- 
stitutes for, SC Const, Art 5, § 6 
circuit judges sitting in place of disqual- 
ified Supreme Court justices, SC 
Const., Art. 2, § 2 
Dissolution of corporations. Common Pleas 

Courts and Judges (this index) 
Divorce (this index) 

Domestic relations courts. Juvenile and 
Domestic Relations Courts (this in- 
dex) 
Dower, allotment of, 19-169 
Driver's license, appeal from denial, sus- 
pension, or revocation, 46-178 
Eighth judicial circuit, 15-261, 15-277 
Election of judges, SC Const, Art 5, § 13 



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CIRCUIT COURTS AND JUDGES 
— Cont'd 

Elections, appeals in voter's registration 

cases. Appeals (this index) 
Electrical utilities regulation, review of 
Public Service Commission's orders. 
Electric Companies (this index) 
Eleventh judicial circuit, 15-261 
calendars, 15-281 
terms of court, 15-280 
Eminent domain cases, appeals in. Eminent 

Domain (this index) 
Employment Security Commission — 

action to obtain review of decision as to 
unemployment compensation, 68-165 
regulations as to, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 543 [Reg. 7] 
Entry of judgment, Cir Ct Rule 3 
Equity (this index) 
Establishment of circuit courts, 15-6 
Execution (this index) 
Execution of bonds and undertakings, Cir 

Ct Rule 38 
Extension of time to file pleadings and 

papers, Cir Ct Rule 19 
Fees- 
Costs, supra 
judge, fees not allowable to, SC Const, 

Art 5, § 9 
sheriff's fees for serving scire facias in 
general sessions, 27-401(8) 
local provisions, 27-403 to 27-412 
Felony cases, condition of bond in, Cir Ct 

Rule 35 
Ferries, appointment of commissioners to 

superintend, 33-762 
Fifth judicial circuit, 15-261 

terms. Terms of court, infra 
Findings (this index) 
First judicial circuit, 15-261, 15-262 
Flagman, appeal from order stationing at 

railroad crossing, 58-1002 
Flooding of burial grounds, determination 
of disposition of bodies, 70-173 to 70- 
176 
Florence Civil Court — 

concurrent jurisdiction in divorce and 

alimony cases, 15-1609 
judgments of, entered in books of cir- 
cuit court, 15-1605 
Fourteenth judicial circuit, 15-261 

terms. Terms of court, infra 
Fourth judicial circuit, 15-261 

terms. Terms of court, infra 
Fruit trees, destruction of neglected or 
abandoned fruit trees, proceedings for, 
3-142 to 3-146 
Furnishing of pleadings and papers, Cir Ct 

Rule 32 
Gas companies, review of Public Service 
Commission orders. Public Service 
Commission (this index) 
[8 SC Code] — 13 



CIRCUIT COURTS AND JUDGES 

— Cont'd 

General Sessions Courts (this index) 
Grade crossing elimination, appeals in cases 

of. Railroad Crossings (this index) 
Greenville Countv Children's Court, appeals 
from, 15-1316 
as to transfer to general sessions court, 
15-1310 
Guardians' bonds, Cir Ct Rule 42 
Habeas corpus, issuance of — 
after term, 17-360 
at chambers, SC Const, Art 5, § 25 
during term, 17-359 
power to issue, SC Const, Art 5, § 15 
Harboring deserting seamen, taking of 
shipmaster' deposition in prosecution 
for, 54-356 
Heat companies, review of Public Service 
Commission orders. Public Service 
Commission (this index) 
Hospital license, appeal from denial, sus- 
pension, or revocation, 32-788 
Housing projects, appeals in condemnation 

proceedings, 36-129 
How questions brought before court, Cir Ct 

Rule 56 
Ice cream manufacturer's license, appeal 
from denial, revocation, or suspension, 
32-1708 
Income tax return, proceeding to compel 

filing of, 65-305 
Incompetent persons, borrowing for, power 

to authorize, 10-2562 
Industrial Commission. Common Pleas 

Courts and Judges (this index) 
Industrial school for girls, judge may order 
release of inmate by order at chambers 
or otherwise, 55-161 
Infants — 

borrowing for, power to authorize, 10- 

2562 
conveyance by infant mortgagee or trus- 
tee, power to order, 10-2588, 10-2590 
destitute and delinquent children, appeals 

in cases of, 71-260 
guardians' bonds, Cir Ct Rule 42 
Inheritance Tax (this index) 
Injunctions, power to issue, SC Const, Art 
5, §15 
at chambers, SC Const. Art 5, § 25 
Insurance Commissioner's orders or de- 
cisions, appeals from, 37-63 to 37-66 
Interchange of circuits between judges, SC 

Const, Art 5, § 14 
Journal — 

common pleas court, contents of journal 

of, 15-1767(1) 
general sessions court, contents of jour- 
nal of, 15-1767(2) 
index, 15-1767(3) 
size of books for, 15-1770 



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— Cont'd 

Judges — 

absence from State, leave required for, 

15-213 
Assignment of, supra 
Chambers, powers at, supra 
constitutional question, assisting Su- 
preme Court on, SC Const, Art 5, 
§12; 15-127, 15-128 
Death or disability of, supra 
disqualified justices, appointment of sub- 
stitutes for, SC Const, Art 5, § 6 
circuit judges sitting in place of dis- 
qualified Supreme Court jus- 
tices, SC Const, Art 2, § 2 
election, Const, Art 5, § 13 
interchange of circuits, SC Const, Art 5, 

§14 
neglect of duty, proceedings on, 15-214 
oath of office, 15-211 
other office may not be held by, SC 

Const, Art 5, § 9 
powers of. See appropriate lines in this 

topic, 
qualifications, SC Const. Art 5, § 10 

residential qualification, SC Const, 
Art 5, § 13 
residence, place of, SC Const, Art 5, 

§13 
Retirement Systems and Pensions (this 

index) 
salary and compensation. 15-212 

expenses when called to assist Su- 
preme Court, 15-128 
fees or perquisites of office not al- 
lowable, SC Const, Art 5, § 9 
General Assembly, compensation to 
be fixed by, SC Const, Art 5, § 24 
special judge, 15-220 
special judges, 15-217 to 15-220 
appointment of, 15-217 

to relieve overcrowded docket, 

15-218 
when Chief Justice not available, 
15-219 
salary of, 15-220 
temporary justices, SC Const. Art 5, § 6 
term of office, SC Const, Art 5, § 13 
Judgment Roll (this index) 
Judgments — 

generally. Judgment or Decree (this 

index) 
see also appropriate lines in this topic. 
Judicial circuits, SC Const, Art 5, § 13 
composition of, 15-2C1 
Terms of court, infra 
Judicial Notice (this index) 
Judicial Sales (this index) 
Juries and Jurors (this index) 



CIRCUIT COURTS AND JUDGES 
— Cont'd 

Jurisdiction, generally, 15-7 

constitutional provisions, SC Const, Art 

5, §§ 1, 15, 18 
particular matters, see appropriate lines 
in this topic. 

Justification of sureties, Cir Ct Rules 65, 66 

Juvenile and Domestic Relations Courts 
(this index) 

Juvenile delinquents, appeals in proceedings 
against, 71-260, 71-261 

Landing fields, appeals in proceedings for 
acquisition of property for, 2-114 

Land sales by masters, 15-1823 to 15-1825 

Last Monday in April, power of judge pre- 
siding at term of, 15-238 

Legislative acts and joint resolutions, right 
to copy of, 1-564 

Levee district, appeals from orders estab- 
lishing, 18-224 

Life tenant, determination of death of, 10- 
2451 to 10-2457 

Magistrates, docketing judgments of, 43-100 

Mandamus (this index) 

Marriages, jurisdiction of issues affecting 
validity of, 20-41 

Masters (this index) 

Mechanics' liens, enforcement of, 45-264 
ships or vessels, 45-355 

Merit, certificate of, demurrer to be ac- 
companied by, Cir Ct Rule 18 

Milk and milk products, weighing and test- 
ing of, appeal from revocation of li- 
censes as to, 32-1609.6 

Minors. Infants, supra 

Misdemeanant seeking immediate dispo- 
sition of case, plea of guilty by, power 
of circuit judge at chambers to accept, 
17-513 

Money in court. Deposits in Court (this 
index) 

Mortgage foreclosure, decree of, Cir Ct 
Rules, 51, 52 

Mortgagor's application for rule to show 
cause why satisfaction should not be 
entered, 45-67.1 

Motions (this index) 

Motor vehicle driver's license, appeal from 
denial, suspension, or revocation, 46-178 

Municipal courts, appeals from, 15-232, 15- 
915 
certiorari to review conviction in munici- 
pal court, 7-14, 15-916 

Municipal public works, appeals from con- 
demnation of property for, 59-208, 59- 
209 

Name, change of, proceedings for, 48-51 to 
48-53 

Neglect of duty by judge, proceedings on, 
15-214 

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■ — Cont'd 

New trial — 

power to grant, 10-1215, 10-1463 
practice as to new trial for newly dis- 
covered evidence, Sup Ct Rule 24 

Ninth judicial circuit, 15-261, 15-278 

Nonresident, default judgment against, Cir 
Ct Rule 38 

Nonresident judge, powers of, 15-235, 15-236 

Numbering causes of action or defenses, 
Cir Ct Rule 18 

Oath of office of judge, 15-211 

Oaths or affirmations, power to administer, 
15-231.2 

Official bonds, recovery on, Cir Ct Rule 71 

Orders of Court (this index) 

Original documents enclosed in commission, 
disposition of, Cir Ct Rule 34 

Other office not to be held by judge, SC 
Const, Art 5, § 9 

Partition, jurisdiction in, 10-2205 

Perquisites of office not allowable to judge, 
SC Const, Art 5, § 9 

Petit jurors in general sessions to serve in 
next common pleas, 38-87, 38-88 

Place of filing pleadings and papers, Cir 
Ct Rule 67 

Pleading (this index) 

Points on motions, Cir Ct Rule 57 

Preparation of pleadings and papers, Cir 
Ct Rules 12, 13 

Probate Courts and Judges (this index) 

Process. Writ and Process (this index) 

Production of Books and Papers (this in- 
dex) 

Prohibition, writ of, issuance at chambers, 
10-20 
constitutional provisions, SC Const, Art 
S, § 25 

Publication, judgments and decrees on serv- 
ice by, Cir Ct Rule 38 

Public works, power to impose sentence 
to labor upon, SC Const, Art 5, § 33 

Qualifications of judges, SC Const, Art 5, 
§10 
residential qualification, SC Const, Art 5, 
§13 

Quo warranto, writ of, issuance at cham- 
bers, SC Const, Art 5, § 25 

Railroads — 

appeals in condemnation proceedings by. 

Eminent Domain (this index) 
equitv jurisdiction as to intersections of, 
58-992 

Receivers (this index) 

Recognizance. Bail and Recognizance (this 
index) 

Recording judgments of Supreme Court, Cir 
Ct Rule 40 

References (this index) 

Regular terms of common pleas court, call- 
ing off, 15-243, 15-244 



CIRCUIT COURTS AND JUDGES 
— Cont'd 

Reorganization Commission, contempt pro- 
ceedings by, appeal to circuit court, 
9-216 

Reporters. Stenographers (this index) 

Residence of judge, SC Const, Art 5, § 13 

Resident judge, powers of, 15-237 

special session, power to call, 15-303 

Removal of officer by Governor, appealabil- 
ity to circuit courts, 1-125 

Retention of jurisdiction until docketing 
of appeal in Supreme Court, Sup Ct 
Rule 18 

Revival. Abatement and Revival (this in- 
dex) 

Riots, jurisdiction as to, 16-110 

Rules of. Rules of Circuit Courts (this in- 
dex) 

Salary of judge. Judges, supra 

Sale, bond for order to stay, Cir Ct Rule 

64 
Schools — • 

compulsory school attendance cases, ap- 
peal from rulings of board of in- 
quiry, 21-779 
Teacher's discrimination proceedings, 
infra 
Seal of common pleas court, 15-202 
Seamen, shipmaster's deposition in prose- 
cution for harboring deserting seamen, 
taking of, 54-356 
Second judicial circuit, 15-261, 15-263 
Securities Act, appeals under. Securities 

Act (this index) 
Sentence and Punishment (this index) 
Service of Process and Papers (this index) 
Seventh judicial circuit, 15-261, 15-275, 15- 
276 
stenographers for general sessions, 15- 
1904 
Sexual sterilization, appeals to court from 

orders of, 32-676 
Sheriff- 
duties of, 53-200 to 53-202 
fees for serving scire facias in general 
sessions, 27-401(8) 
local provisions, 27-403 to 27-412 
Shipmaster's deposition in prosecution for 
harboring deserting seamen, taking of, 
54-356 
Sittings, times and places of — 

common pleas courts, SC Const, Art 

5, §16 
general sessions courts, SC Const, Art 
_ 5, § 18 
Sixth judicial circuit, 15-261, 15-274 
Slum clearance, proceedings as to unfit 
dwellings in municipalities over 5,000, 
36-507 
Soil conservation districts law, enforcement 
of land use regulations under, 63-151 to 
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— Cont'd 

Soil conservation districts law — Cont'd 

hardship petition, review of order of ad- 
justment board on, 63-166 
land use regulations under, enforcement 
of, 63-151 to 63-153 
Spartanburg County Children's Court, ap- 
peals from, 15-1337 
Special judges. Judges, supra 
Special sessions, 15-301 to 15-305 

Chief Justice of Supreme Court, power 
of, to order special session, 15-301 
matters considered at — 

common pleas courts, special ses- 
sions of, 15-305 
general sessions courts, special ses- 
sions of, 15-304 
notice of calling of, 15-301 
petition for call of, 15-301 
presiding judge — 

approval of petition to call special 

sessions, 15-301 
powers of, to call special sessions, 
15-302 
resident judge — 

approval of petition to call special 

sessions, 15-301 
powers of, to call special sessions, 
15-303 
Special terms of court, 15-221 
State Industrial School for Girls, judge may 
order release of inmate by order at 
chambers or otherwise, 55-161 
State Torts Authority, appeals to court 
from orders as to wharves, etc., in 
Charleston harbor, 54-37 
State Training School, release of inmates of, 
powers of judges at chambers, 32-1064 
Stenographers (this index) 
Street railways, review of Public Service 
Commission orders. Public Service 
Commission (this index) 
Striking from pleadings, motions for, Cir 

Ct Rule 20 
Subpoena (this index) 
Suit. Action or Suit (this index) 
Summary ejectment of trespassers, appeals 

in cases of, 10-2444 
Summons (this index) 
Supreme Court — 

appeals to. Appeals (this index) 
Chief Justice of, supra 
circuit judges, assisting Supreme Court 
on constitutional questions, SC 
Const, Art 5, §12; 15-127, 15-128 

costs — - 

adjustment of, Cir Ct Rule 40 
collection of, 15-132 
disqualified Supreme Court justices, 
circuit judges sitting in place of, SC 
Const, Art 2, § 2 



CIRCUIT COURTS AND JUDGES 
— Cont'd 

Supreme Court — Cont'd 

judgments of, recording of, Cir Ct Rule 
40 
Surveyors, appointment in action involving 
title where boundary of land is in dis- 
pute, 57-452, 57-453 
Survival of Actions (this index) 
Tax title suit in, 65-3301 
Teacher's discrimination proceeding — 

appeal to court from determination of 

State Board of Education, 21-393 
attendance and testimony of witnesses, 

enforcement of, 21-387 
decision on, enforcement of, 21-394 
Temporary justices, SC Const, Art 5, § 6 
Tenth judicial circuit, 15-261, 15-279 
Term of office of judge, SC Const, Art 5, 

§13 
Terms of court, 15-262 to 15-288 

calling off regular term of common pleas 

court, 15-243, 15-244 
eighth judicial circuit, 15-277 
eleventh judicial circuit, 15-280 

calendars, 15-281 
fifth judicial circuit, 15-269 

common pleas open during general 

sessions, 15-271 
designation of terms of court, 15-270 
Memorial Day, Richland County, 15- 

273 
nonjury matters, days for, 15-272 
pretrial matters, days for, 15-272 
first judicial circuit, 15-262 
fourteenth judicial circuit, 15-286 
Allendale County, 15-286(1) 

no pay to jurors when notice of 
calling off term given three 
days before court, 15-288 
notice to jurors when term called 
off, 15-287 
fourth judicial circuit, 15-266 

May term of common pleas coart 

' for Dillon County, 15-267 
notice of terms, 15-268 
time for return of pleadings, etc., 15- 
268 
habeas corpus, issuance of — 
after term, 17-360 
during term, 17-359 
last Monday in April, power of judge 

presiding at term of, 15-238 
ninth judicial circuit, 15-278 
second judicial circuit, 15-263 
seventh judicial circuit, 15-275 

continuance of term of general ses- 
sions court, 15-276 
sixth judicial circuit, 15-274 
special terms, 15-221 
tenth judicial circuit, 15-279 



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CIRCUIT COURTS AND JUDGES 

— Cont'd 

Terms of court — Cont'd 

third judicial circuit, 15-264 

separate juries for certain courts, 
15-265 
thirteenth judicial circuit, 15-285 
twelfth judicial circuit, 15-282 
Florence County, 15-282(3) 

no pay to jurors when notice of 
calling off given three days 
before court, 15-284 
notice to jurors when term called 
off, 15-283 
Third judicial circuit, 15-261 

separate juries for certain courts, 15-255 
terms of court, 15-264 
Thirteenth judicial circuit, 15-261, 15-285 
Toll bridges, appointment of commission- 
ers to superintend, 33-762 
Training school, release of inmate of State 
Training School, powers of judges at 
chambers, 32-1064 
Transcripts. Appeals (this index) 
Trees, destruction of neglected or aban- 
doned fruit trees, proceedings for, 3- 
142 to 3-146 
Trial (this index) 
Turnpikes, appointment of commissioners 

to superintend, 33-762 
Twelfth judicial circuit, 15-261 

terms. Terms of court, supra 
Undertakings or bonds in judicial proceed- 
ings generaHy. Civil Remedies and 
Procedure (this index) 
Unemployment compensation, action to ob- 
tain review of decision of Employment 
Security Commission, 68-165 
regultions as to, Rules and Reg, Vol. 7, 
p. 543 [Reg. 7] 
Unfit dwellings in municipalities over 5,000, 

proceedings as to, 36-507 
Venue (this index) 
Verdict (this index) 
Voter's registration, appeals in cases of, 

Appeals (this index) 
Waiver of jury trial in common pleas court, 

10-1209 
Water Pollution Control Authority — ■ 
appeals from orders of, 70-131 
compelling attendance and tes-timony of 
witnesses at hearings by, 70-129 
Wine permit, appeals to court from order 
of revocation or suspension of, 4-217 
Witnesses (this index) 
Workmen's compensation. Common Pleas 

Courts and Judges (this index) 
Writ and Process (this index) 



CIRCUIT SOLICITORS 
Solicitors (this index) 



CIRCUSES 

Carnivals a-nd traveling tent shows. Amuse- 
ments and Athletic Contests (this in- 
dex) 

Deputy sheriffs for, 53-121 to 53-125 

CISTERNS 

Hotels, boardinghouses, and restaurants, 
screening of cisterns in, 35-124 

CITADEL 

Generally, 22-301 to 22-315 

Beneficiary cadets — 

apportionment of, 22-309, 22-310 
bond for performance of matriculation 
agreement, 22-312 
cancelation of, 22-315 
certificate of fulfillment of matriculation 

agreement, 22-315 
filing copy of matriculation obligation, 

22-311 
graduation reported to Superintendent 

of Education, 22-313 
release from obligation to teach when 

no assignment received, 22-314 
to teach after graduation, 22-310 
Board of visitors — 

annual report, 22-308 

corporate powers, 22-305 

members, election, terms of office, etc., 

22-302 to 22-304 
powers in educational matters, 22-306 
quorum, 22-307 
seal, 22-305 
Degrees, power to confer, 22-306 
Head of the chair of history to be member 

of Historical Commission, 9-1 
Pay cadets may be received, 22-309 
President as director of State Rural Elec- 
trification Authority, director of, 24- 
304 
Professors, appointment and salaries of, 22- 

306 
Unorganized militia, certain personnel com- 
missioned in, 44-42 

CITADEL GREEN 

Charleston National Guard's ownership and 
use of, 44-705 

CITATION 

Advertising of, charges for, 10-1308 
Executors and Administrators (this index) 
Guardian removed from State, 31-8 
South Carolina reports, citation in brief, 
Sup Ct Rule 8(11) 

CITIES 
Municipal Corporations (this index) 



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CITIZENS AND CITIZENSHIP 

Alcoholic beverage licenses, requirements 

for, 4-32(2) 
Fees — 

clerk of courts, 27-53(38 to 42) 

local provisions, 27-68 to 27-101 
Secretary of State, fee of, for register- 
ing citizenship certificates, 27-501 
Franchise- 
denial because of race, color, etc., pro- 
hibited, US Const, Amend 15, § 1 
denial by reason of sex, prohibited, US 
Const, Amend 19, § 1 
Judicial power of United States — 

actions by citizens against states, US 

Const, Amend 11 
different states, controversies between 
citizens of, US Const, Art 3, § 2(1) 
grants of different states, controversies 
between citizens of same state claim- 
ing under, US Const, Art 3, § 2(1) 
state and citizens of other state, contro- 
versies between, US Const, Art 3, 
§ 2(1) 
Naturalization and naturalized citizens. 

Naturalization (this index) 
Privileges and immunities of citizens of 
United States, US Const, Art 4, § 2 
states not to abridge, US Const, Amend 
14, § 1 
Who are citizens of United States, US 
Const, 14th Amend, § 1 

CITRON 

Germination standard, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 459 [Reg 4] 



CITY 

Municipal Corporations (this index) 

CITY HOUSING AUTHORITIES 
Housing and Redevelopment (this index) 

CITY JAILS 
Jails and Jailers (this index) 

CITY OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES 
Municipal Corporations (this index) 

CITY VIEW WATER AND SEWER 
DISTRICT 

Generally, 32-103 

CIVIC LEAGUES 
Income tax, exemption from, 65-226 



CIVIL ACTIONS 
Action or Suit (this index) 

CIVIL ARREST 

Generally, 10-801 to 10-882 

Affidavit for, 10-805 
disposition of, 10-808 
filing of, Cir Ct Rule 4 
Answer; time for filing, 10-807 
Assignment by debtor. Release on sur- 
render of property, infra 
Bail, 10-821 to 10-831 

acceptance by plaintiff, 10-828 

attorney at law as, 10-23.1 

capias ad satisfaciendum upon forfeiture 

of recognizance, 17-574 
court officers as, 10-23.1 
deposit in lieu of — 

discharge of defendant on, 10-821 
disposition after judgment, 10-876 
substitution of bail for, 10-827 
discharge of defendant on, 10-821 
exoneration of bail, 10-875 

upon surrender of defendant, 10-873 
how given, 10-822 
qualification of, 10-23.1, 10-823 
reduction of, 10-S71, 10-8/2 
refusal of bail by plaintiff, 10-828 
allowance of bail after, 10-831 
justification of bail upon, 10-S23, 10- 

829, 10-830 
new bail upon, 10-829 
sheriff or constable — 
bail liable to, 10-S80 
exoneration, 10-S28, 10-831 
liability as bail, 10-87S, 10-879 
official bond, liability on, 10-879 
sureties, action as sole remedy against, 

10-877 
surrender of defendant, 10-873 
arrest for purpose of, 10-874 
Bond for order of, filing of, Cir Ct Rule 
68 

Commitment and release, fees of magistrate, 

27-431(3) 
Constable. Sheriff or constable, infra 
Contempt proceedings, provisions not ap- 
plicable to, 10-801 
Discharge — - 
Bail, supra 

of debts upon assignment by debtor, 
10-846 

Execution against person of judgment 
debtor, 10-1705 
sheriff may break into house to arrest 
debtor, when 10-1712 

Exemptions — 

militiamen. 44-137 

persons attending courts, 15-11 

Release on surrender of property, infra 



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CIVIL ARREST— Cont'd 

Grounds for, 10-802, 10-803 

absconding debtor, 10-802(5) 
character, injury to, 10-802(6), 10-803 
embezzlement, 10-802(1) 
fraud or deceit, 10-802(3) 
malpractice, 10-802(1) 
misconduct or neglect in office, 10-802(1) 
nonresident defendant, 10-802(6) 
personal injuries, 10-802(6), 10-803 
property — 

injury to, 10-802(6), 10-803 
personal property fraudulently de- 
tained, concealed, or removed, 
10-802(2) 
removal or disposal to defraud credi- 
tors, 10-802(4) 
wrongful taking, detaining, or con- 
version of, 10-802(6) 
Limitation of actions, effect on, 10-104, 10- 

128 
Maintenance of debtor, 10-881 
charges for, 10-8S2 
plaintiff's liability for, 10-881 
Militiamen exempt from, 44-137 
Motions for, prompt decision of, 10-1232 
Order of arrest — 
contents of, 10-807 
disposition of, 10-S08 
filing of bond for, Cir Ct Rule 68 
issue of, 10-S04, 10-805 
security by plaintiff before obtaining, 

10-806 
time for service of, 10-807 
vacating of, 10-871, 10-872 
Posse, calling to aid in arrest, 10-809 
Prompt decision of motions for, 10-1232 
Recognizance. Eail, supra 
Release on surrender of property, 10-841 
to 10-859 
appeal, 10-S55 

release of debtor pending, 10-S55, 10- 
858 
assignment by debtor, 10-845 
debts discharged by, 10-846 
delivery of property to assignee as 

condition for discharge, 10-859 
exempt property, 10-845 
homestead exemption, 10-845 
remand to prison for refusal of, 10- 
847 
books of petitioner, production of, 10-857 
clerk of common pleas court- 
examination by, 10-843 
fees of, 27-53(52), 10-853 

local provisions, 27-68 to 27-101 
hearing on exceptions to rulings of, 
10-852 
creditors, summoning by public notice, 

10-842 
examination of petitioner, 10-843, 10-856 



CIVIL ARREST— Cont'd 

Release on surrender of property — Cont'd 
false schedules, penalty for, 10-848 
jury in cases of fraud, preference, or 
false return, 10-849 to 10-851 
fees for summoning. Sheriff or con- 
stable, infra 
submission of issues to, 10-858 
oath of petitioner, 10-844 
on plaintiff's neglect to provide for main- 
tenance of debtor, 10-881 
petition for, 10-841 
Sheriff or constable — 

affidavit and order of arrest, disposition 

of, 10-808 
Bail, supra 

execution of order by, 10-809 
fees for summoning jury, 10-854, 27-401 
(25) 
local provisions, 27-403 to 27-412 
limitation of action against sheriff, for 

escape, 10-146(2) 
penalty, sheriff permitting arrested per- 
son to go at large or escape, 53-216, 
53-217 
Supplemental proceedings, arrest of judg- 
ment debtor in, 10-1722 
Usurpation of office, in action of quo war- 
ranto for, 10-2261 
Women, 10-803 



CIVIL CODE 

See table following this index for disposition 
of sections in 1942 Code 



CIVIL DEFENSE 

Generally, 44-301 to 44-475 

Agency, creation and purpose of, 44-302 
Air raid precautions, 44-421 to 44-428 
blackouts and other precautions — 

authority to establish, 44-423, 44-424 
establishment, 44-421 
municipal blackouts, etc., 44-424 
practice blackouts, etc., 44-425 
duration of Act, 44-428 
enforcement by political subdivisions, 

423 
Governor, powers of, 44-422 
liability for damage, 44-426 
penalties for violations, 44-427 
Co-operation in troop movements, 44-461 

to 44-465 
Director — 

Adjutant General as, 44-303 
deputy director, 44-304 
duties and powers, 44-306 

local chairmen, appointment of, 44- 
308 
personnel, 44-304 



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CIVIL DEFENSE— Cont'd 

Director— Cont'd 
report, 44-307 

supplies, etc., provision of, 44-305 
Fire fighting, 44-451 to 44-455 
Gas masks worn in drills for, prohibition 
of wearing masks not applicable to, 
16-115 
Municipalities, establishment of local organ- 
izations, 44-308 
Personnel, 44-304 
Plan for, 44-302 
Short title, 44-301 
Special emergency health and sanitation 

areas, 44-441 to 44-446 
State council of defense, 44-401 to 44-411 
annual report, 44-410 
creation and purpose, 44-402 
district councils, 44-409 
duration of Act, 44-411 
executive director, 44-404 
local councils, 44-408 
members, 44-403 

compensation, 44-405 
personnel, 44-404 

powers and duties, generally, 44-407 
short title of Act, 44-401 
supplies, etc., provision of, 44-406 
State Guard (this index) 

Temporary or emergency war measures, 
44-401 to 44-475 
acceptance of equipment, etc., from 

United States, 44-472 
Air raid precautions, supra 
armed forces, notarial powers of commis- 
sioned officers of, 44-475 
evacuation programs, State's participa- 
tion in, 44-471 
fire fighting, 44-451 to 44-455 
Merchant Marine, notarial powers of 

officers of, 44-475 
special emergency health and sanitation 

areas, 44-441 to 44-446 
State council of defense, supra 
State vehicles, use in emergencies, 44- 

473 
troop movements, co-operation in, 44- 

461 to 44-465 
United States bonds, issue and sale of, 
44-474 
Treason, sabotage, regulations as to aliens, 
etc., 44-351 to 44-362 
aliens to report to clerk of courts, 44- 

358 
arrest of violators, 44-361, 44-362 
concealing or harboring violators, 44- 

360 
conspiracy, 44-356 
enemy, gathering information for, 44-354, 

44-356 
false reports, 44-355, 44-356 



CIVIL DEFENSE— Cont'd 

Treason, etc. — Cont'd 
foreign government — 
defined, 44-351 

giving defense information to, 44-353, 
44-356 
mutiny, causing or attempting to cause, 

44-355, 44-356 
obtaining or giving information as to 

defense, 44-352 to 44-354, 44-356 
recruiting, obstruction of, 44-355, 44-356 
sabotage, 44-357 

shrimping or fishing boats to have natu- 
ral born citizen on board, 44-359 
Troop movements, co-operation in, 44-461 
to 44-465 



CIVIL OFFICERS 
Public Officers (this index) 

CIVIL REMEDIES AND 
PROCEDURE 

See also Action or Suit; Circuit Courts and 
Judges; Common Pleas Courts and Judges; 
Courts; County Courts; Magis- 
trates; Supreme Court. 

Generally, 10-1 to 10-2604 

Abatement and Revival (this index) 

Absence of witnesses, continuance for — 
bond or note, witnesses to, 26-9 
circuit court rule as to, Cir Ct Rule 27 

Abstract of Judgment (this index) 

Action or Suit (this index) 

Adoption (this index) 

Advertising of citations, charges for, 10- 
1308 

Agreed Case (this index) 

Airport, appeal in proceedings for acqui- 
sition of property for, 2-114 

Adjournment (this index) 

Aid of execution. Supplemental Proceedings 
(this index) 

Answer (this index) 

Appeals (this index) 

Appearances (this index) 

Arbitration (this index) 

Arguments of Counsel (this index) 

Arrest. Civil Arrest (this index) 

Assault and Battery (this index) 

Assignment for Benefit of Creditors (this 
index) 

Attachment (this index) 

Bail and Recognizance (this index) 

Battery. Assault and Battery (this index) 

Body attachment or execution. Civil Arrest 
(.this index) 



Index 



201 



CIVIL REMEDIES AND 
PROCEDURE— Cont'd 

Bonds in judicial proceedings, generally — 
attorneys disqualified as sureties on, 10- 

23.1 
Bail and Recognizance (this index) 
' clerk of courts — 

approval of security for costs, 15-1729 
fees — 

approval of security for costs, 27- 

53(16) 
local provision, 27-68 to 27-101 
taking and filing bond, 27-53(20) 
filing bond with, 10-22, 15-14 
court officers not to act as sureties on — ■ 
circuit court rule, Cir Ct Rule 9 
civil cases, 10-23.1 
criminal cases, 17-305 
Supreme Court rule, Sup Ct Rule 14 
default judgment, bond for entry of, Cir 

Ct Rule 38 
deposit in lieu of, 10-25 to 10-28 
authorized, 10-25 

disposition pending action or pro- 
ceeding, 10-25 
receipt for, 10-27 
refund of, 10-28 

to whom payable, 10-25, 10-26, 10-26.1 
execution of, Cir Ct Rule 38 
filing and disposition of, 10-22, 15-14 
guardians' bonds, Cir Ct Rule 42 
index, Cir Ct Rule 2 
justification of sureties, Cir Ct Rules 

65,66 
masters' fees for taking and filing of, 

27-201 to 27-208 
official bonds, recovery on, Cir Cit Rule 

71 
probate court, deposits in lieu of bond, 

10-26(3) 
sale, bond for order to stay, Cir Ct Rule 

64 
security for costs, Cir Ct Rule 10 

approval by clerk of courts, 15-1729 
fees of clerk of courts, 27-53(16) 

local provisions, 27-68 to 27-101 
form of undertaking, Cir Ct Rule 10 
quo warranto, security for costs by 
private party in action of, 10-2260 
surety company bonds — 

costs of action, premium as part of, 

10-23 
sufficiency of, 10-23, 10-24 
Borrowing for Minors and Incompetents 
(this index) 

Calendars (this index) 
Case or Exception (this index) 
Chambers (this index) 
Chancery. Equity (this index) 
Change of name. Names (this index) 
Charge to jury. Instructions to Jury (this 
index) 



CIVIL REMEDIES AND 
PROCEDURE— Cont'd 

Charleston Civil and Criminal Court (this 

index) 
Circuit Courts and Judges (this index) 
Citation of cases in court, Sup Ct Rule 8(11) 
Citations to appear, charges for advertis- 
ing of, 10-1308 
Civil Arrest (this index) 
Claim and Delivery (this index) 
Clerk, definition for purpose of title, 10-6 
Cloud on title. Quieting Title (this index) 
Color or race, no discrimination on account 

of, 15-8 
Common-law rules as superseded by equity, 

10-18 
Common Pleas Courts and Judges (this in- 
dex) 

Complaint or Petition (this index) 
Compromise and Settlement (this index) 
Computation of time, 10-2 
Condemnation. Eminent Domain (this in- 
dex) 

Construction of statutes, 10-1 

Contempt (this index) 

Continuances (this index) 

Conversion. Trover and Conversion (this 

index) 
Costs — 

generally. Fees and Costs (this index) 
security for. Bonds in judicial proceed- 
ings, generally, supra 
Counterclaim and Set-off (this index) 
County Courts (this index) 
Court reporters. Stenographers (this in- 
dex) 

Courts (this index) 

Criminal and civil remedies, merger of, 
10-14, 10-15 

Cross Actions (this index) 

Damages (this index) 

Death actions. Death by Wrongful Act 
(this index) 

Declaration. Complaint or Petition (this 
index) 

Declaratory Judgments (this index) 

Decree. Judgment or Decree (this index) 

Defamation. Libel and Slander (this in- 
dex) 

Default judgment. Judgment or Decree 

(this index) 
Defenses (this index) 
Definitions — 

action, 10-9 

civil action, 10-12 

clerk, 10-6 

personal property, 10-4 

property, 10-5 

real estate, 10-3 

real property, 10-3 

special proceedings, 10-10 



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CIVIL REMEDIES AND 
PROCEDURE— Cont'd 

Demurrer (this index) 
Depositions (this index) 
Deposits in Court (this index) 
Discontinuance. Dismissal or Nonsuit 

(this index) 
Discovery (this index) 
Discrimination on account of race or color, 

prohibited, 15-8 
Dismissal or Nonsuit (this index) 
Disqualification of judge for interest or re- 
lationship to parties, 15-10 
constitutional provisions, SC Const, Art 
5, §6 
Distress (this index) 
Division of remedies, 10-7 
Divorce (this index) 
Dockets and Docketing (this index) 
Drainage districts — 

bonds, remedies on default of, 18-300 
continuance of suit for enforcement of 
lien, 18-565 
Ejectment. Recovery of Real Property 

(this index) 
Election of Remedies (this index) 
Eminent Domain (this index) 
Entry of appearance, Cir Ct Rule 17 
Entry of judgment. Judgment or Decree 

(this index) 
Equity (this index) 
Evidence (this index) 
Exceptions- 
Case or Exceptions (this index) 
Objections and Exceptions (this index) 
Execution (this index) 
Exemptions from Attachment, Execution, 

Levy, or Sale (this index) 
Federal Courts (this index) 
Fees and costs — 

generally. Fees and Costs (this index) 
security for costs. Bonds in judicial pro- 
ceedings, generally, supra 
Final process, circuit court always open to 

grant, 10-19 
Findings (this index) 
Florence Civil Court (this index) 
Forcible Entry and Detainer ( this index) 
Former practice as effective, 10-13 
Furnishing of pleadings and papers, Cir Ct 

Rule 32 
Greenville County Court (this index) 
Guardian ad Litem (this index) 
Guardian and Ward (this index) 
Habeas Corpus (this index) 
Injunction (this index) 
Instructions to Jury (this index) 
Interest (this index) 
Interpleader (this index) 
Issues (this index) 
Judgment or Decree (this index) 
Judgment Roll (this index) 



CIVIL REMEDIES AND 
PROCEDURE— Cont'd 

Judicial Notice (this index) 

Judicial Sales (this index) 

Juries and Jurors (this index) 

Jurisdiction (this index) 

Laurens County Domestic Relations Court 
(this index) 

Legal Notices (this index) 

Libel and Slander (this index) 

Limitation of Actions (this index) 

Lis Pendens (this index) 

Magistrates' courts, procedure in. Magis- 
trates (this index) 

Malicious Prosecution (this index) 

Mandamus (this index) 

Marlboro County Court (this index) 

Masters (this index) 

Merger of civil and criminal remedies, 10-14, 
10-15 

Mesne process, circuit court always open 
to grant, 10-19 

Money in court. Deposits in Court (this 
index) 

Motions (this index) 

Name, change of. Names (this index) 

New Trial (this index) 

Nonsuit. Dismissal or Nonsuit (this index) 

Occupying Claimant (this index) 

Orangeburg County Court (this index) 

Orders of Court (this index) 

Parties to Actions (this index) 

Partition (this index) 

Pending litigation. Lis Pendens (this in- 
dex) 

Perpetuation of Testimony (this index) 

Personal property, definition for purpose of 
title, 10-4 

Petition. Complaint or Petition (this in- 
dex) 

Plea. Answer (this index) 

Pleading (this index) 

Process. Writ and Process (this index) 

Production of Books and Papers (this in- 
dex) 

Prohibition (this index) 

Property, definition for purpose of title, 
10-5 

Provisional Remedies (this index) 

Publicity of proceedings. Courts (this in- 
dex) 

Quieting Title (this index) 

Quo Warranto (this index) 

Race or color, no discrimination on account 
of, 15-8 

Rail, common carriers by, proceedings be- 
fore Public Service Commission, prac- 
tice and procedure in. Carriers (this 
index) 

Real estate, definition for purpose of title, 
10-3 

Real property, definition for purpose of title, 
10-3 



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203 



CIVIL REMEDIES AND 
PROCEDURE— Cont'd 

Receivers (this index) 

Recognizances. Bail and Recognizance 
(this index) 

Recovery of Real Property (this index) 

References (this index) 

Reply (this index) 

Reporters. Stenographers (this index) 

Revival. Abatement and Revival (this in- 
dex) 

Richland County Court (this index) 

Rules of Court (this index) 

Scire facias, quo warranto as superseding, 
10-2251 

Security for costs. Bonds in judicial pro- 
ceedings generally, supra 

Service of Process and Papers (this index) 

Setoff. Counterclaim and Setoff (this in- 
dex) 

Settlement. Compromise and Settlement 
(this index) 

Simultaneous Death Act (this index) 

Slander. Libel and Slander (this index) 

Spartanburg County Court (this index) 

Special Proceedings (this index) 

Statute of limitations. Limitation of Ac- 
tions (this index) 

Stay (this index) 

Stenographers (this index) 

Submission of controversy without action, 
10-1201 

Subpoena (this index) 

Subpoena duces tecum. Production of 
Books and Papers (this index) 

Suit. Action or Suit (this index) 

Summary ejectment of trespassers. Tres- 
pass (this index) 

Summons (this index) 

Supersedeas. Stay (this index) 

Supplemental Proceedings (this index) 

Survival of actions. Abatement and Re- 
vival (this index) 

Time, computation of, 10-2 

Trespass (this index) 

Trial (this index) 

Trover and Conversion (this index) 

Usury (this index) 

Venue (this index) 

Verdict (this index) 

Voluntary appearance as equivalent to per- 
sonal service of summons, 10-106.1 

Waiver of jurisdictional objection, appear- 
ance as, 10-648 

Witnesses (this index) 

Workmen's compensation proceedings,- 
practice and procedure in, 72-60 

Writ and Process (this index) 

Wrongs to be remedied by courts, SC Const, 
Art 1, § 15 



CIVIL SERVICE AND CIVIL 
SERVICE COMMISSIONS 

For local matters, see the particular political 
subdivisions 

Municipal Corporations (this index) 

CIVIL WAR 

Confederate Cross of Honor, improper use, 

punishment for, 44-657 
Confederate Homes (this index) 
Confederate Pensions (this index) 

CLAFLIN COLLEGE 

Colored Normal, Industrial, Agricultural, 
and Mechanical College (this index) 

CLAFLIN UNIVERSITY 

Separation of Claflin College from, SC 
Const, Art 11, § 8 

CLAIM AND DELIVERY 

Generally, 10-2501 to 10-2516 

Affidavit, 10-2503 
filing of, 10-2508 

magistrates' courts, affidavits in proceed- 
ings in, 43-172 
third party claims, 10-2515 
Answer in action for replevin of property 

distrained for damage, 10-680 
Attachment in action for wrongful con- 
version, 10-901(2) 
Bond- 
delivery to parties, 10-22 
exception to sureties by defendant, pro- 
ceedings on, 10-2509 
Magistrates' courts, infra 
plaintiff to give, 10-2505 

in case of third party claims, 10-2515 
qualification and justification of sureties, 

10-2512 
Redelivery, infra 
Breaking into building to take property, 10- 
2513 

Concealed property, posse to aid in taking, 

10-2513 
Crop seized to enforce landlord's lien for 

rent and advances, 45-513 
Damages, judgment for, 10-2516 
Default judgment in actions of, 10-1533 
Distrained property, venue of action to re- 
cover 10-301(4) 
Execution for delivery of goods, county to 

which issued, 10-1704 
Exemplary damages, judgment for, 10-2516 
Greenville County Court, limitation on ju- 
risdiction of, 15-654 
Interpleader for new parties, 10-219 



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CLAIM AND DELIVERY— Cont'd 

Joinder with action for injuries to personal 

property, 10-701(6) 
Joint owners as parties, 10-2502 
Judgments, 10-2516 

default judgment, 10-1533 

exemplary damages, judgment for, 10- 

2516 
magistrates' courts, proceedings in, 
43-182, 43-184 
Jury, issues triable by, 10-1056 
Landlord's lien for rent and advances, crop 

seized to enforce, 45-513 
Limitation of action for, 10-143(4) 
Magistrates' . courts, proceedings in, 43- 
171 to 43-184 
absent defendant, proceedings against, 

43-174 
affidavit of plaintiff, 43-172 
bond, forthcoming, of defendant, 43-179 
bond, magistrate's fees for taking, 27- 
431(2) 
local provisions, 27-421, 27-434, 27-437 
bond of plaintiff, 43-173 

exceptions to sureties on, 43-178 
constable, powers and duties of, 43-175 

to 43-177 
execution, 43-183 
fees and costs, 43-173 
forthcoming bond of defendant, 43-179 
immediate delivery, time for claiming, 

43-171 
judgment, 43-182, 43-184 
order and summons, 43-173 
third party claims, 43-180 
trial, 43-181 
New parties, interpleader for, 10-219 
Pledged goods, verdict in actions to recover, 

10-1455 
Posse to aid in taking concealed property, 

10-2513 
Redelivery — 

bond for, 10-2510, 10-2510.1 

justification of sureties on, 10-2511 
time for claiming, 10-2509 
Service of papers on defendant, 10-2507 
Sheriff- 
duty to take property, 10-2505 
keeping and disposition of property by, 

10-2514 
power to take concealed property, 10- 

2513 
requisition to, 10-2504 
return, filing of, 10-2508 
Third party claims, 10-2515 

magistrates' courts, 43-180 
Time for claiming immediate delivery, 10- 

2501 
Union County, costs in, 27-5 
Venue of action to recover distrained prop- 
erty, 10-301(41 
Verdict, 10-1453, 10-1455 



CLAIMS 

Carrier's loss of goods, claims for. Carriers 

(this index) 
Counties, claims against. Counties (this in- 
dex) 
Escheated lands. Escheats (this index) 
Executors and Administrators (this index) 
Militia, false or fradulcnt claims, 44-79 
Occupying Claimants (this index) 
Proof of, armed forces and merchant marine 
officers may take, during World War 
11,44-475 
Reparation claims. Telephone Companies 

(this index) 
State, claims against. Claims Against State 

(this index) 
Workmen's Compensation (this index) 

CLAIMS AGAINST STATE 

Generally, 30-251 to 30-255 - 

Barred, when, 30-255 

Budget and Control Board (this index) 

Constitutional provision, SC Const, Art 17, 

§2 
Examination, 30-252 
General Assembly, current or contingent 

expenses of, inapplicability of statute to, 

30-254 
Payment, provision for, 30-253 
Report on, to Ways and Means Committee 

of House of Representatives, 30-252 



CLAIRVOYANCE 

Punishment for, 16-572 

CLAMS 
Shellfish (this index) 

CLAPPER RAILS 

Open season, 28-331 

CLARENDON COUNTY 

For matters relating to counties 
generally, see Counties 

Agricultural tenancies in, date of termina- 
tion, 41-61 

Agriculture (this index) 

Appropriations, keeping within, 14-1501 

Attorney, employment of, to prosecute per- 
sons failing to do road work or pay 
commutation tax, 33-1038 

Auction of horses, mules or cattle, license 
for nonresident to, 56-206 

Auditor — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
assessors, appointment of, 65-3452 






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CLARENDON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Auditor — Cont'd 

clerical assistance, 14-1521 

fees for entering and endorsing, disposition 

of, 65-1781 
office supplies, 14-1515 
salary in lieu of fees, 14-1521 
tax returns, place for receiving, 65-1756 
Bailiffs, 15-1930 
Board of Commissioners — 

contracts for road work and building re- 
pairs, advertising and letting, 14- 
1516 
contracts with county prohibited, 14-1517 
office supplies, procurement of, 14-1515 
orders placed by supervisor to be ap- 
proved or disapproved by, 14-1511 
personal liability of members for debt 

in excess of appropriation, 14-1501 
statements to be published, 14-1502 
Bonded indebtedness, permissible amount, 
SC Const, Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 7, p. 287] 
Borrowing — 

from Federal agencies for certain pur- 
poses, 14-553, 14-555, 14-557 
in anticipation of taxes. Tax anticipa- 
tion borrowing, infra 
Boundaries, 14-64 
Boxing commission, 5-304 
Bridges — ■ 

generally. Bridges (this index) 
contracts for construction and repair, 
/ advertising and letting, 14-1516 
v Buildings, contracts for construction or re 
\/ pair, advertising and letting, 14-1516 

Carnivals and traveling tent shows in, 5-2, 

5-5 
Chain gang — 

generally. Chain Gangs (this index) 
inspection of, 14-1504, 55-525 
person awaiting trial, service by, 55-505 

to 55-507 
provisions for sentence to, as inapplica- 
ble, 17-555 
publication of particulars concerning, 14- 

1502 
record of prisoners, 55-524 
Chattel mortgages on crops, certain record- 
ing provisions not applicable, 60-304 
Circuit court and terms, 15-261, 15-264 

generally. Circuit Courts (this in- 
dex) 
Claims against — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
highway work not to be approved until 

inspected, 33-1541 
order issued by supervisor to accom- 
pany, 14-1512 
posting of statements of claims allowed, 
14-427 



CLARENDON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Clerk of courts — 

generally. Clerks of Courts (this in- 
dex) 
clerical assistance, 14-1521 
collection of civil costs by, 27-68 
fees, 27-52, 27-80 
office supplies, 14-1515 
salary in lieu of fees, 14-1521 
Congressional districts, 23-554 
Constables — 

generally. Constables (this index) 
fees in worthless check cases, 27-422 
Contracts for road work and building re- 
pairs, advertising and letting, 14-1516 
Coroners — ■ 

generally. Coroners (this index) 
inquest — 

jurors, compensation and mileage 
provision as inapplicable, 17-130 
magistrate to receive no fee for hold- 
ing, 17-62 
physicians, compensation for post 
mortems, 27-634 
County courts, excepted from general law 

as to, 15-627 
Court attachees, 15-1930 
Courts — 

attachees, 15-1930 

bailiffs, 15-1930 

circuit court and terms, 15-261, 15-264 

Clerk of courts, supra 

constables' fees in worthless check cases, 

27-422 
county courts, inapplicability of general 

provisions as to, 15-627 
general sessions court witnesses, com- 
pensation of, 27-613.1, 27-614 
jurors, compensation of, 38-308(2) 
Magistrates, infra 
Probate judge, infra 
Sheriff, infra 
Deer, buck, open season, 28-343 
Depositories of public funds to furnish se- 
curity, 14-1531 
Drainage — 

generally. Drainage (this index) 
districts. Drainage Districts (this in- 
dex) 

Elections generally. Counties (this index) 
Fairs and Fair Associations (this index) 
Fees collected by officers, record and pay- 
ment to treasurer, 14-1522 
penalty for violation of statutory require- 
ments as to, 14-1535 
Finances, generally. Counties (this index) 
Financial statements, publication of, 14-1502 
Fine for failure to pay road tax, 33-1037 
Fiscal year, generally, 14-16, 14-17 
Fish and game — 

bag limit, Black River and tributaries, 
28-592 



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Fish and game — Cont'd 

closed and open season for partridge, 

28-338.4 
net, seine or trap, closed season for, 28- 

618 
out-of-season hunting, penalty for, 28- 

338.4 
season for hunting certain game in, 28- 

343 
zone, game, 28-5 
Forestry board, 29-55 to 29-58 
Forfeited land commission — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
co-operation with tax collector, 65-3030 
deeds to, of unredeemed property, 65- 

2310 
redemption of property held by, after 
expiration of original redemption pe- 
riod, 65-3041 to 65-3048 
tax collector to take charge of lands ac- 
quired by, 65-3021 
Foxes, open season for, 28-423 
Funds — 

accountability of officers for, 14-1531 
investment, 14-1531 
Game. Fish and game, supra 
General sessions court — 

witnesses, compensation of, 27-614 

restrictions as to public employees 
inapplicable, 27-613.1 
Governing body — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
Board of Commissioners, supra 
Grand jury, inventory, copy of, filing with, 
14-1503 
instruction as to duty with respect to, 
14-1506 
Health boards generally. Health Boards 
(this index) 

Highways — 

generally — 

Counties (this index) 
Highways (this index) 
commutation taxes for, 33-1031 to 33- 

1039 
ditches across, permit for, required, 33- 

459 
inspection of work on, prior to payment 

of claims, 33-1541 
rural mail routes, when may become 

public roads, 33-807 
street tax, payment of, as exempting 
from commutation tax, 33-1032 
Horse trading, applicability of regulations 

as to, 56-1273 
House of Representatives, number of mem- 
bers apportioned to, 30-1 
constitutional provisions, SC Const, Art 
3, § 3 
Inspection of property, 14-1504 
Inventories, how kept and checked, 14-1503 



CLARENDON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Jail generally. Jails and Jailors (this index) 
Judicial sales, costs and fees, collection of, 

10-1756 
Jurors, compensation of, 38-308(2) 
Libraries generally. Counties (this index) 
Licenses generally. Counties (this index) 
Livestock, inspection of, 14-1504 
Lunacy examinations, physician's fees for, 

27-636 
Magistrates, 43-711 to 43-713 

generally. Magistrates (this index) 
fees in worthless check cases, 27-422 
office supplies, 14-1515 
Marriage license fees, disposition of, 20-32 
Master generally. Counties (this index) 
Music machines, hours of operation, 5-625 
Officers — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
particular officers, see appropriate 
lines. 
bank deposits, 14-1532 
half holiday weekly, 14-1507 
hours, 14-1507 

salaries in lieu of fees, 14-1521 to 14-1525 
prerequisites to payment, 14-1523, 14- 
1524 
Office supplies, how bought, stored and is- 
sued, 14-1515 
Partridges, closed and open season, 28-338.4 
Peddling horses or mules, 56-1231 to 56-1235 
Planning. Counties (this index) 
Polling precincts in, 23-167 
Poor, disbursements for, exceeding appro- 
priation, 71-304 

Probate judge — _ _ 

generally. Probate Courts (this in- 
dex) 
clerical assistance, 14-1521 
clerk of circuit court to act as, 15-402 
commitments to State Hospital, no fees 

for, 32-971 
fees, 27-304 
office supplies, 14-1515 
salary in lieu of fees, 14-1521 
Public Welfare Board. Counties (this in- 
dex) 
Public Welfare Department. Counties (this 

index) 
Purchases, competitive bidding, when re- 
quired, 14-1514 
Quail, bag limit, 28-377 
Registration and recordation — 
fees, 27-52 

file book not required, 60-155 
Road work, contracts for, advertising and 

letting, 14-1516 
Rolling store, requirement of license for, 

56-1204, 56-1205 
Rural police, generally. Rural Police (this 
index) 



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Schools — 

generally — 

Counties (this index) 
Schools (this index) 
Board of Education — 

budgets, district, to be reviewed by, 

21-2055 
funds expendable by, 21-2051 
report, annual, to legislative delega- 
tion, 21-2053 
bonds, district — 

amount permissible, SC Const, Art 

10. § 5 [Vol. 7, p. 294] 
Pine Grove District No. 20, valida- 
tion, SC Const, Art 10, § 5 [Vol 
7, p. 289] 
Turbeville District, SC Const, Art 

10. § 5 [Vol. 7, p. 289] 
21-2052 
borrowing in anticipation of State aid, 
game fund, expenditure for school pur- 
poses, 21-2051 
high schools — 

nonresident pupils — 

County Superintendent of Educa- 
tion to certify attendance and 
payment of tuition fees, 21- 
2073 
reports of, 21-2071 
tax on districts for tuition, 21-2074 

21-2075 
tuition, amounts due for, 21-2072 
insurance premiums due to State Budget 
and Control Board, payment of, 21- 
2058 

reserve fund provisions as inapplicable 

to, 21-941 
Superintendent of Education, office sup- 
plies, 14-1515 
taxation — 

increase in special levies, 21-2056 
insurance premiums, tax for payment 

of, 21-2058 
reduction of special levies, 21-2057 
trustees — 

budgets, 21-2055 
Sheriff— 

generally. Sheriffs (this index) 
bond, amount of, 53-55 
clerical assistance, 14-1521 
office supplies, 14-1515 
salary in lieu of fees, 14-1521 
special duties and powers of sheriff and 
deputies, 53-860 
Sinking funds — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
investment of, 14-1533 

general statutory requirements inap- 
plicable, 1-671 
Soil conservation committee area for selec- 
tion of members, 63-61.1 



CLARENDON COUNTY— Cont'd 
Squirrels, closed and open season, 28-343 
Streams, inapplicability of statutory re- 
quirements as to, 70-5 
Supervisor — 

contracts made by, 14-1511 
orders given by, 14-1511 to 14-1513 
purchases by, 14-1511 
receipt from successor for personal prop- 
erty, 14-1505 
redemption of tax forfeited lands, duties 
in respect of, 65-3042 65-3047, 65- 
3048 

Tax anticipation borrowing. 14-451 

generally. Counties (this index) 
advertising for bids, 14-454 
"bills payable" book, 14-462, 14-463 
form of obligation, 14-458 
purpose of levies, noting proceeds of loan 

to, 14-461 
treasurer to receive loan, 14-460 
Tax collector, 65-2301 to 65-2310 

agent, employment of, for performance 
of duties as to forfeited lands, 65- 
3024 
bond, 65-3025 
appointment, 65-2301 
attorneys, employment of, in connection 

with forfeited lands, 65-3026 
bond, 65-2302 

clerk, employment of, 65-2306 
compensation, 65-2303 
deeds to forfeited land commission of un- 
redeemed property, 65-2310 
duties, 65-2307, 65-3021 to 65-3031 
expenses, allowance for, 65-2303 
fees, commissions, or mileage collected, 

disposition of, 65-2309 
forfeited land commission to co-operate 

with, 65-3030 
levy on and sale of property for unpaid 

taxes, 65-2308 
office equipment, supplies and stationery. 

65-2305 
office in courthouse, 65-2305 
remittances to treasurer, 65-2309 
removal, 65-2304 

report as to forfeited lands, 65-3031 
subcollectors, 65-2306 
term of office, 65-2301 

commencement, 65-2301 
vacancies, how filled, 65-2301, 65-2304 
Taxes — 

generally — ' 

Counties (this index) 
Taxation (this index) 
assessors, district boards of, 65-3452 to 

65-3454 
discount allowable, 65-1987 
districts, 65-3451 
equalization board, 65-1865 
execution to enforce payment, 65-2308 



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Taxes — Cont'd 

exemption from — _ 

cotton or textile enterprises, SC 

Const, Art 8, §8 
manufacturing establishments, 65- 
1526 
Forfeited land commission, supra 

forfeited lands — 

fire insurance, procurement of, 65- 

3023 
income, disposition of, 65-3028 
inventory of, 65-3022, 65-3031 
management, 65-3023 
redemption, 65-3041 to 65-3048 
removal of, 65-3023 
report on by tax collector, 65-3031 
sale or rent, 65-3023, 65-3027 
sales, use of proceeds, 65-3029 
tax collector's charge of, 65-3021 

highway purposes, 33-1031 to 33-1039 

payment, county and school claims re- 
ceivable in, 65-1983 

returns, place of receiving, 65-1757 

sale for — 

fees, 65-2806 

redemption, 65-3041 to 65-3048 
Tourist camp and roadhouse provisions in- 
applicable to, 35-208 

Treasurer — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
borrowing by, for school purposes, 21- 

2052 
checking account, 14-1532 
clerical assistance, 14-1521 
investment of funds by, 14-1533 
magistrates, fines collected by, publica- 
tion of, 43-17 
office supplies, 14-1515 
publication of statement of disburse- 
ments not required, 65-2026 
salary in lieu of fees, 14-1521 
Veterans' service officer of American Le- 
gion, office room for, 44-632 
Waters. Streams, supra 

CLARK HILL PROJECT 

Highways in locality of, abandonment or 
relocation, 33-193 



CLARK'S HILL AUTHORITY 
Generally, 59-91 to 59-93 

CLASS SUITS 
Parties to, 10-205 



CLEARANCE 

Public utility lines crossing streets, rail- 
roads, etc., Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 817 
[Rule 14] 



CLEAR COURSE 
Motor Carriers (this index) 

CLEMSON, TOWN OF 

Annual tax on property, limit as to, 47-244 



CLEMSON AGRICUL- 
TURAL COLLEGE 

Generally, 22-201 to 22-279 

Acceptance of Clemson devises and be- 
quests, 22-201 

Agricultural information, collection of, 3-21 
Agricultural Marketing Commission, presi- 
dent of college as ex officio member, 
3-202 
Agricultural societies, county, regulation of 

returns of, 3-21 
Animal Diseases (this index) 
Bequests. Devises and bequests, infra 
Board of trustees — 

annual report, 22-218, 22-236 

compensation, 2-217 

composition of, 22-203 

corporate powers, 22-205 

duties and powers generally, 3-21 

election of members, 22-203 

expenditure of moneys, vote required, 22- 

208 
meetings, 2-217 

powers and duties generally, 22-204 
sale of property by, 22-206, 22-208 
term of office, 22-203 
Bonds, issue of, 22-271 to 22-279 

contract between college and bondhold- 
ers may be made provisions of reso- 
lution, 22-272 
description to be filed with State Treas- 
urer, 22-277 
enforcement of provisions of resolution 

authorizing, 22-278 
execution of bonds, 22-275 
purposes for which bonds authorized, 

22-271 
resolution authorizing, 22-272 
revenues available for payment of, 22-279 
sale of, 22-276 
tax exempt, 22-274 
terms of, 22-272, 22-273 
Cattle marketing, investigation of, 3-21 
Certification of seeds and plants, inaugura- 
tion of program for, 3-441 



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CLEMSON AGRICULTURAL 
COLLEGE— Cont'd 

Chemical analysis in case of suspected poi- 
soning, 17-116 to 17-118 
Coast section — 

co-operation of planters and farmers, 3- 

22 
duties in respect of, 3-21 
Conventions, power to hold, 3-21 
Co-operative marketing association — 
directors, appointment, 12-961 
information to be furnished to contem- 
plated marketing association, 12-906 
to file certified copy of articles of incor- 
poration with Clemson Agricultural 
College, 12-922 
County agricultural societies, regulation of 

returns of, 3-21 
Crop Pest Commission — 

appointment by board of trustees, 3-101 
co-operation of, in certification of seeds 
and plants, 3-443 
Dairy department, duties in connection with 
weighing and testing milk and milk 
products, 32-1609, 32-1609.7 
Demonstration agents for each county, 14- 

306 
Devises and bequests — 
acceptance of, 22-201 
investment of bequests, 22-209, 22-210 
Diseases — 

animals, diseases of. Animal Diseases 

(this index) 
plants, examination into, 3-21 
Division of public land fund under Act of 

Congress, 22-212 
Established, 22-202 

Experiment stations for farm demonstration 
work, 3-24 
assent of State to Act of Congress mak- 
ing appropriations, 3-26 
Hatch bill fund to be devoted to, 3-25 
see also Agricultural Experiment Station 
(this index) 
Extension work, Federal aid to, 3-27, 3-28 
Farm demonstration work. Experiment sta- 
tions, supra 
Farmers' institutes, power to hold, 3-21 
Federal aid to extension work, 3-27, 3-28 
Federal Conservation Act, powers in con- 
nection with, 63-2 
Federal grants in aid of agriculture, power 

to expend, 3-25 to 3-30 
Fertilizers — 

certain requirements for, to be pre- 
scribed, 3-543, 3-544, 3-547, 3-548 
inspection tags or stamps to be fur- 
nished by college, 3-566, 3-567 
inspectors, appointment of, 3-21 
privilege tax on, use of, 22-213 
tonnage sold to be reported to college, 
3-502 

[8 SC Code] — 14 



CLEMSON AGRICULTURAL 
COLLEGE— Cont'd 

Forestry Commission, president of college 

to be member of, 29-1 
Foundation seed organization, participation 

in, 3-406 
Head of the chair of history to be member 

of Historical Commission, 9-1 
Hog cholera serum, duty to furnish, 3-21 
Immigration, inducement of, as subject to 

investigation by, 3-21 
Information, agricultural, collection of, 3-21 
Investment of Clemson bequests, 22-209, 22- 

210 
Land scrip fund, use of income of one-half 

of, 22-211 
Livestock, regulations governing admission 

to State, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 494- 

498 
Livestock markets, regulations respecting, 

Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 499, 500 
Location, 22-202 
Maintenance of, power of General Assembly 

to provide for, SC Const, Art 11, §8 
Marketing association. Co-operative mar- 
keting association, supra 
Marketing of cattle, investigation of, 3-21 
Marketing of poultry, investigation of, 3-21 
Municipal corporation of Clemson College, 

22-231 to 22-236 
boundaries, 22-231 
constables, 22-234 
established, 22-231 
governing body of, 22-232 
recorder, 22-232 
sales of goods, wares, etc., regulation of, 

22-233 
tax not to be levied, 22-235 
Name, 22-202 
Penitentiary convicts, payments for hire of, 

55-337 
Poultry marketing, investigation of, 3-21 
Privilege tax on fertilizer, use of, 22-213 
Public Health Veterinarian to co-operate 

with, 6-123 
Rabies control, co-operation in, 6-132 
Regulations adopted by trustees, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 494-500 
Rice, promotion of cultivation of, 3-21 
Sea Island cotton, testing of, 3-21 
Secretary of Agriculture, co-operation with, 

3-21 
Seed and plant certification, 3-441 to 3-443 
Serum. Hog cholera serum, supra 
Soil conservation committee, president of 

college serving as advisor to, 63-61.2 
State extension service at, director of, as 

member of South Carolina National 

Forest Land Board, 39-94 
State Rural Electrification Authority, presi- 
dent of college as director of, 24-304 
Statistics, collection of, 3-21 



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COLLEGE— Cont'd 

Studies to be taught, 22-202 

Trustees. Board of trustees, supra — 

Veterinarian, public health, to co-operate 

with college, 6-123 
Veterinarian of, as state veterinarian, 6-403 

CLERGYMEN 

Business and occupation taxes in cities and 

towns over 1,000, 47-271 
Commutation road tax, 33-971, 33-992, 33- 

1052, 33-1062, 33-1071, 33-1091, 33-1102, 

33-1111, 33-1121, 33-1145, 33-1171, 33- 

1182, 33-1212, 33-1221, 33-1241, 33-1263, 

33-1271, 33-1281.1 
Death sentence, presence at execution of, 

55-375 
Elections, residential requirements to vote 

at, 23-62; SC Const, Art 2, § 4(a) 
Income tax, rental value of parsonage not 

part of gross income, 65-253 
Jury duty, exemption from, 38-104 
License fees — 

cities over 40,000, 47-407 
towns of less than 1,000, 47-173 
Marriage ceremonies, power to perform, 20- 

2 
Motor carriers, permissibility of clergy 

rates, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 803 [Rule 

44] 
Parsonages, tax exemption, 65-1522(12) 
constitutional provision, SC Const, Art 
10, §4 
Road duty, exemption from, 47-1324 
Tolls, exemption from payment of, 33-773 

CLERKS 

Clerks of Courts (this index) 
Bonds, official. Public Officers and Em- 
ployees (this index) 
Departmental clerks — 

eligibility of women as, SC Const, Art 
17, §1 

oath and bond, when required, 1-41 
Elections (this index) 
House of Representatives (this index) 
Municipal Corporations (this index) 
Senate (this index) 

CLERKS OF COURTS 

See also Registers of Mesne Conveyances 

Particular counties, provisions distinctive to, 
see name of county 

Generally, 15-1701 to 15-1787 

Absence of judge, adjourning circuit court 
in, 15-220.1 



CLERKS OF COURTS— Cont'd 

Abstract of judgments — 
duty to keep, 10-1541 
entries, 15-1767(6) 
size of books, 15-1770 
Accounts of — 

annual return to county, 15-1784 

fees in State cases, 15-1781 

moneys in common pleas court, 15-1787 

monthly report to auditor and treasurer, 

15-1785, 15-1786 
notice to countv, penalty for failure to 
give, 15-1783 
Accounts receivable, filing of assignments 

of, 45-205 
Adjourning circuit court in absence of judge, 

15-220.1 
Administration of derelict estates, 19-581 to 

19-5S4 
Affidavits, power to take, 15-1726 
Alcohol, prescriptions and statements of 
druggists selling, fees for recording 
and indexing of, 4-308 
Aliens, reports of. Aliens (this index) 
Annual return of accounts to county, 15- 

1784 
Arrest in civil actions, release of debtor 
from, powers as to. Civil Arrest (this 
index) 
Assignments of accounts receivable, filing 

of, 45-205 
Attachment, power to grant, 10-904 
Attendance at trial of criminal case trans- 
ferred to another county, 17-556 
Attestation of writs and process, 15-1727 
constitutional provisions, SC Const, Art 
5, §31 
Attorney General, examination of office by, 

1-263 
Attorneys, clerks of courts may act as, in 

other counties, 15-1723 
Bail, granting of, 17-301, 17-302 

costs, 17-308 
Bench warrants, issue of, 15-1727 
Births, registrar of. Vital Statistics (this 

index) 
Blank books, provision of, 15-1710 
Bonds- 
approval of bond to secure costs, 15-1729 
county bond election, filing of certified 

copy of result with clerk, 14-516 
deposits in lieu of, payable to common 

pleas clerk, 10-26(1,4) 
filing of, 15-14 
Official bonds, infra 

record of bond issues to be filed with 
clerk, 1-644 
Books, papers, and records, 15-1761 to 15- 
1775 
blank books, provision of, 15-1710 
cases for, 15-1763 

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CLERKS OF COURTS— Cont'd 

Books, papers, and records — Cont'd 

certification of photostatic copies in cer- 
tain counties, 15-1771. 1 
circuit judges to enforce performance of 

clerk's duties, 15-1774 
common pleas courts, daily reading of 

minutes to judge, 15-1762 
copies, 15-1771, 15-1771.1 
endorsement of papers, 15-1764 
entries in records, 15-1761, 15-1767 
filing of papers, 15-1761, 15-1764 
inspection, 15-1771 
list of books, etc., to be kept, 15-1767 
removing records from office of clerk, 
prohibited, 15-1771 
allowing records to be taken from 

office, penalized, 50-5 
unauthorized taking of records from 
office, penalized, 16-371 
responsibility for, 15-1772 
size of books, 15-1770 
transfer to successor, 15-1772, 15-1773 
Business names, filing of, 48-1 to 48-3 

fees, 48-3 
Calendars — 

circuit court rule as to, Cir Ct Rule 26 
entries, 1767(5) 
size of book, 1770 
Canal companies, condemnation proceed- 
ings by. Eminent Domain (this index) 
Cases for books, papers, and records, 15- 

1763 
Change of name — 
duties as to, 48-53 
fees, 48-53 
Charleston City Court, powers of clerk of, 

15-1562 
Charleston Civil and Criminal Court (this 

index) 
Circuit solicitor, examination of office by, 

1-263 
Civil arrest, release of debtor from, powers 

as to. Civil Arrest (this index) 
Condemnation proceedings. Eminent Do- 
main (this index) 

Confederate pension books, custody of, 44- 
558, 44-559 

Confederate Veterans' Board of Honor, 
member of, 44-552 

Confessions of judgment, book for — 
entries, 15-1767(9) 
size, 15-1770 
Constables, powers and duties as to. Con- 
stables (this index) 
Contempt — 

failure to pay over funds, 15-1783 
moneys paid into court, failure to de- 
posit, 10-2154 

Copies of books, papers, and records, 15- 

1771, 15-1771.1 
Coroners (this index) 



CLERKS OF COURTS— Cont'd 

Costs 

approving security for, 15-1729 
bail, granting of, 17-308 
Fees, infra 
Counties — 

annual return of accounts to county, 15- 

1784 
bond election, filing of certified copy of 

result with clerk, 14-516 
fees in State cases, accounts against 

county for, 15-1781 
fees to be paid by county, when, 14-20 
furnishing clerk with office, etc., 14-11 

to 14-13, 15-1710 
monthly report of accounts to auditor 

and treasurer, 15-1785, 15-1786 
notice to county, penalty for failure to 

give, 15-1783 

County courts, clerks of courts as clerks of, 
15-608 

County officers, bonds, recordation of, 50- 
69 
fees for, 50-69 
Courthouse — 

duties as to, 15-1721 

penalty for keeping open at night, 15- 
1721 
Courts of record, clerks of courts as clerk 

of, 15-1703 
Criminal cases. General Sessions Courts 

(this index) 
Crop liens, search for, at request of Secre- 
tary of Agriculture, 60-304.1 
fee, 27-66, 60-304.1 

Daily reading of minutes of common pleas 

courts to judge, 15-1762 
Darlington County Civil Court, clerk of 

courts as clerk of, 15-1587 
Days and hours of office, 15-1722 
Decree. Judgment or Decree (this index) 
Dedimus potestatem, issue of writs of, 15- 

1728 

Deeds by nonresidents, issue of writ for 
taking proof of, 15-1728 

Deeds of, indexing on recordation, 60-157, 
60-159, 60-160 

Definition for purpose of statutes relating 
to courts, 15-4 

Deposition, taking of. Depositions (this in- 
dex) 

Deposits in court — 
accounts of, 15-1787 
bond, deposits in lieu of, payable to clerk 

of common pleas courts, 10-26(1, 4) 
failure to deposit moneys paid into 
court as contempt, 10-2154 
Deputies, 15-1708 

Derelict estates, administration of, 19-581 
to 19-5S4 



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CLERKS OF COURTS— Cont'd 

Dower — 

nonresidents, renunciation by, issue of 

writ for taking, 15-1728 
power to take renunciations of, 15-1726 
Drainage Districts (this index) 
Druggists, prescriptions and statements of 
druggists selling alcohol, fees for re- 
cording and indexing of, 4-308 
Duties, generally, 15-1722 
Election of, SC Const, Art 5, § 27 

time for holding, 15-1701, 15-1702, 23-303, 
23-304 
Eminent Domain (this index) 
Endorsement of papers, 15-1764 
Enrollment books of Confederate veterans, 

custody of, 44-558, 44-559 
Entries in records, 15-1761, 15-1767 
Entry of judgments, 15-1727 
Entry of satisfaction of judgments, 15-1730 
Estrays (this index) 
Examination of office by Attorney General 

and solicitors, 1-263 
Executions, powers and duties as to. Ex- 
ecution (this index) 
Factor's lien, fee for filing, 45-404 
Federal tax liens, filing of notices of, 65-2722 
Fees, 27-53 

birth date, registry of, 32-1146 
business names, filings as to, 48-3 
cancelation of lis pendens, 10-504 
change of name, proceedings for, 48-53 
Costs, supra 
county officers, recording bonds of, 50- 

69 
county to pay, when, 14-20 
criminal cases, fees abolished in, 27-67 
crop liens, search for, 27-66, 60-304.1 
depositions, taking of, 26-703, 27-53(22) 
eminent domain proceedings, 25-57 

by railroads and canal companies, 58- 
783 
factor's lien, fee for filing, 45-404 
income tax distress warrants, fees for 

docketing of, 6S-346 
joint stock companies, fees for recorda- 
tion of articles, 52-151, 52-152 
local provisions, 27-68 to 27-101 
prescriptions and statements of drug- 
gists selling alcohol, recording and 
indexing of, 4-308 
recording fees. Registration and Re- 
cordation (this index) 
State cases, accounts for fees in, 15-1781 
unemployment compensation, filing en- 
try, indexing, and satisfaction of 
warrant for collection of employer's 
contribution, 68-210 
veteran's discharges, certified copies of, 
60-408 
Fiduciaries, clerk of courts as agent for 
service of summons on nonresident fi- 
duciaries, 10-433 



CLERKS OF COURTS— Cont'd 

Filing of papers, 15-1761, 15-1764 

Fines and forfeitures, book of, 15-1767(10) 

size of book, 15-1770 
Fines collected, disposition of, 15-1782 

penalty for improper disposition, 15-1783, 
50-4 
Florence Civil Court (this index) 
Forfeited land commission, membership in, 

65-2901 
Form of certificate of attendance of jurors 

and constables, 15-1733 
Furnishing clerk of courts with office, etc., 

14-11 to 14-13, 15-1710 
General Sessions Courts (this index) 
Greenville County Court (this index) 
Highway plans to be maintained in office 

of, 33-146 
Hours and days of office, 15-1722 
Income tax distress warrants, docketing of, 
65-345 
fees for docketing, 65-346 
Indexes — 

circuit court rule as to, Cir Ct Rule 2 
journals, 15-1769(3) 

size of books, 15-1770(5) 
miscellaneous index, 15-1767(14) 

size of book, 15-1770(2) 
sessions index, 15-1767(7) 
size of book, 15-1770(2) 
Indictment for wilful failure or neglect to 

discharge duty, 45-7 
Indorsement of papers, 15-1764 
Inspection of books, papers, and records, 15- 

1771 
Joint-stock companies, recordation of ar- 
ticles in office of clerk, fees for, 52-151, 
52-152 
Journal — 

common pleas journal. Common Pleas 

Courts and Judges (this index) 
general sessions journal. General Ses- 
sions Courts (this index) 
Judgment debtors, book of orders appoint- 
ing receivers of. 15-1767(13) 
size of book, 15-1770 
Judgment or Decree (this index) 
Judicial sales by clerk of courts, 10-1753 

Marlboro County, certain sales in, 10- 
1767 
Juries and jurors, powers and duties as to. 

Juries and Jurors (this index) 
Jury duty, exemption from, 38-101 
Juvenile and Domestic Relations Courts 

(this index) 
Laurens County Domestic Relations Court, 

clerk of courts as clerk of, 15-1287 
Legislative acts and joint resolutions, right 

to receive copy of, 1-564 
Limited partnership certificate to be filed 

with. 52-105 
Lis Pendens (this index) 



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CLERKS OF COURTS— Cont'd 

Magistrates, duties as to. Magistrates 

(this index) 
Marlboro County Court, clerk of courts 

as clerk of, 15-689 
Measures and weights to be kept by, 66-152 
Military discharges, fees for certified copies 

of, 60-408 
Minutes of common pleas court, daily read- 
ing to judge, 15-1762 
Miscellaneous index — ■ 
entries, 15-1767(14) 
size of book, 15-1770(2) 
Misdemeanants, applications by, for speedy 

disposition of case, 17-510 
Moneys in court. Deposits in court, supra 
Mortgages (this index) 

Municipalities over 5,000, filing of proceed- 
ings as to unfit dwellings in, 36-506 
Names — 

business names, filing of, 48-1 to 48-3 

fees, 48-3 
change of name — 
duties as to, 48-53 
fees, 48-53 
Neglect of duty — 

indictment for, 45-7 
penalty for, 50-6 
Nonresident fiduciaries, clerk of courts as 
agent for service of summons on, 10- 
433 
Notaries public, enrollment of, 49-5 
Oath of office of clerk and deputies, 15-1707, 

15-1708 
Oaths, power to administer, 15-1726 
Office days and hours, 15-1722 
Official bonds — 

certificates of liens on property of sure- 
ties on, 15-1740 
constable's bond, filing and approval of, 

15-1738 
county officers' bonds, recordation of, 
50-69 
fees for, 50-69 
of clerk and deputies, 15-1705, 15-1706, 
15-1708 
liability for not paving over funds, 

15-1783 
sureties, number of, 50-64 
Official commission, 15-1707 
Orangeburg County Court, clerk of courts 

as clerk of, 15-709 
Papers. Books, papers, and records, supra 
Pardons, record book of, 15-1767(15) 
Partition, power to grant orders for, 15- 

1726 
Partnerships, certificate of limited partner- 
ship to be filed with clerk of courts, 52- 
105 
Pending litigation. Lis Pendens (this in- 
dex) 

Penitentiary, notice to, of number of con- 
victs sentenced, 55-322 



CLERKS OF COURTS— Cont'd 

Pensions, custody of Confederate pension 
books, 44-558, 44-559 

Personal service contracts, indexing in of- 
fice of clerk of courts, 40-357 

Photostatic copies of records in certain 
counties, certification of, 15-1771.1 

Plavs and shows, disposition of taxes col- 
lected for, 15-1782 

Pleadings and judgments, book of — 
entries, 15-1767(8) 
size of book, 15-1770 

Powers, generally, 15-1726 

Practice of law by, 15-1723 

Prescriptions and statements of druggists 
selling alcohol, fees for recording and 
indexing of, 4-308 

Probate Courts and Judges (this index) 

Probate judges to act as, when, 15-1704 

Process, issue and attestation of, 15-1727 
constitutional provisions, SC Const, Art 
5, §31 

Public office, record of persons elected to, 
15-1736 

Public officers' bonds. Official bonds, su- 
pra 

Railroads, condemnation proceedings by. 
Eminent Domain (this index) 

Receivers of judgment debtors, book of or- 
ders appointing, 15-1767(13) 
size of book, 15-1770 

Recordation. Registration and Recordation 
(this index) 

Record book of pardons, 15-1767(15) 

Records. Books, papers, and records, supra 

Reference of cases, power to sign orders 
for, 15-1726 

Registers of mesne conveyances, clerks of 
courts as, 60-7 

Registration and Recordation (this index) 
Removability, SC Const, Art 5, § 27 
Removing records from office of. Books, 

papers, and records, supra 
Return of accounts to county annually, 15- 

1784 

Rules book — 

entries, 15-1767(4) 
size of book, 15-1770 
Rural electric co-operative, filing of papers 

with clerk, 12-1010 
Sales by, 10-1753 

Marlboro County, certain sales in, 10- 
1767 

Satisfaction of judgments, entry of, 15-1730 
Satisfaction of mortgages — 
entry of, 15-1730 

failure to enter on record, penalized, 45- 
67 

Seal of court, attestation of writs and proc- 
esses under, 15-1727 
Seal of office, 15-1710 



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CLERKS OF COURTS— Cont'd 

Sessions index — 
entries, 15-1767(7) 
size of book, 15-1770(2) 
Sheriffs (this index) 
Shows, disposition of taxes collected for, 

15-1782 
Size of books, 15-1770 
Solicitor of circuit, examination of office by, 

1-263 
Spartanburg County Court (this index) 
Special term of circuit court, duty to give 

notice of, 15-221 
Subpoena (this index) 
Successor, transfer of books, papers, and 

records, 15-1772, 15-1773 
Supreme Court (this index) 
Term of office, SC Const, Art 5, § 27 
Transfer of books, papers, and records to 

successor, 15-1772, 15-1773 
Unemployment compensation, fees for filing 
entry, indexing, and satisfaction of war- 
rant for collection of employer's con- 
tribution, 68-210 
Unfit dwellings in municipalities over 5,000, 

filing of proceedings as to, 36-506 
Unstamped instruments not recordable, 65- 

694 
Vacancy, filling of, 15-1704 
Veterans — 

Confederate pension books, custody of, 

44-558, 44-559 
discharges, fees for certified copies of, 

60-408 
member of Confederate Veterans' Board 
of Honor, 44-552 
Vital statistics, recording of, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 686 [Sec. 27] 
Warrants — 

bench warrants, issue of, 15-1727 
income tax distress warrants — 
docketing, 65-345 
fees for docketing, 65-346 
unemployment compensation, warrant 
for collection of employer's contri- 
bution, fees for filing, indexing, and 
satisfaction, 6S-210 
Weights and measures to be kept by, 66-152 
Wilful failure to discharge duty — 
indictment for, 45-7 
penalty for, 50-6 
Writs, issue and attestation of, 15-1727 

constitutional provisions, SC Const, Art 
5, §31 



CLINICS 

Cancer clinic at State Medical College. 

Cancer (this index) 
Hospitals (this index) 



CLINTON 

Aldermen, election of, 47-55 

Bonded indebtedness, when not within con- 
stitutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 8, 
§7 [Vol. 7, p. 223] 

City council, mayor and aldermen consti- 
tuting, 47-55 

Electric light plant, bonds for, when not 
within constitutional debt limit, SC 
Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 223] 

Mayor, election of, 47-55 

Motorbusses in, 58-1571 to 58-1573 

Public works commissioners, who to act 
instead of, 59-174 

Sewerage system, bonds for, when not with- 
in constitutional debt limit, SC Const, 
Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 223] 

Street improvements, assessment of abut- 
ting property for, SC Const, Art 10, 
§18 

Streets, bonds for establishing and. main- 
taining, when not within constitutional 
debt limit, SC Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 
7, p. 223] 

Waterworks bonds, when not within consti- 
tutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 8, 
§ 7 [Vol. 7, p. 223] 



CLINTON PUBLIC LIBRARY 

Submission of establishment to electors not 

required, 42-122 
Tax for, 42-126 



CLIO, TOWN OF 

Bonded indebtedness, permissible amount, 

SC Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 233]; 

Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 7, p. 283] 
Council, term of, 47-112 
Debt limit, SC Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 

233]; Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 7, p. 283] 
Mayor, term of, 47-112 
Public works commissioners, who to act 

instead of, 59-174 



CLOCKS 

Hawkers ar.d peddlers, application of cer- 
tain regulations as to, 56-1217 



CLOSETS 
Toilets (this index) 

CLOSING-OUT SALES 

Fair Trade Act, permissibility under, 66-93 



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CLOTHING 

Wearing Apparel (this index) 

CLOUD ON TITLE 
Quieting Title (this index) 

CLOVER SEED 

Standard bushel, 66-157 



CLOVER, TOWN OF 

Bond issue in anticipation of assessment col- 
lection. Municipal Finance (this index) 

Public works commissioners, who to act 
instead of, 59-174 



CLUBS 

Alcoholic beverages, possession or sale of, 

4-96, 4-97 
Flying clubs. Aeronautics (this index) 
Importation of tobacco, ammunition, or 

playing cards, club as taxable upon 

privilege of, 65-701 
Militia, discrimination against members of, 

44-141 
Pool and billiard provisions, application of, 

5-520 



COAL 

Burning piles of, punishment for, 16-314, 16- 

315 
Delivery slip, matters to be shown by, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 464 [Reg. 3] 

Public scales in cities of 10,000 or more, 47- 

404 
Reweighing by railroads, 58-1111 to 58-1115 
Public Service Commission rules and 
regulations as to, Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7, p. 757 [Rule 47] 
Reweighing of load, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

p. 464 [Reg. 3] 
Sales and use taxes, exemption from, 65- 

1404 
Standard bushel, 66-157 

Vehicles used in delivery, weighing of, Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 464 [Reg. 3] 



COAL-TAR DYES 

Soft drink as adulterated by uncertified dye, 
32-1515 



COASTAL FISHERIES 

Generally, 28-751 to 28-979 

Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commis- 
sion (this index) 

Bass, black, minimum size, 28-755 

Blue fish, minimum size, 28-755 

Board of Fisheries. Fisheries Board (this 
index) 

"Bottoms," what included in term, 28-752 

Buoys, removal, defacing or disturbing, pe- 
nalized, 28-759 

Canneries. Shellfish (this index) 

Charleston County, restricted areas in, 28- 
971 to 28-979 

Clams. Shellfish (this index) 

Closed and open seasons. Fish and Game 
(this index) 

Commercial fishermen's license, how ob- 
tained, 28-942 

Common right to fish in coastal waters, 28- 
754 

Confiscation of unlicensed shrimp boats, 28- 
944 

Copies of law and board regulations to be 
furnished licensees, 28-960 

Crabs (this index) 

Croakers, minimum size, 2S-755 

"Crustacean," what included in term, 28-752 

Dealers, licensing of — 

shrimp or prawn, 28-951 
terrapin, 28-940 

Definitions, 28-752 

Dredges, shellfish, minimum depth for use 
of, 28-775 

Exclusion of public from fishing penalized, 
28-793 

Fertilizer, use of food fish for, penalized, 28- 
756 

"Fish," what included in term, 2S-752 

"Fisheries," what included in term, 28-752 

Fisheries Board (this index) 

"Fishing," what included in term, 28-752 

Flounders, minimum size, 28-755 

Food fish not to be used for other purposes, 
28-756 

Fresh waters, fishing in, inapplicability to, 
28-753 

Gill nets — 

license tax on, 28-935 
marking of, 28-923 

Health certificates required of persons han- 
dling shellfish, 28-774 

Inspectors, 28-164 

drawing of tax stamps by, 28-958 

Leases of oyster beds. Shellfish (this in- 
dex) 

Licenses, 28-931 to 28-961 
Mackerel, minimum size, 28-755 
Magistrate's court, prosecution of violators 

in, 28-761 
Menhaden, taking of, with purse nets and 

seines, 28-911 



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COASTAL FISHERIES— Cont'd 

Mullet, minimum size, 28-7SS 
Nets, seines, etc. — 

confiscation of unmarked pound or gill 

nets, 28-923 
mesh, 28-886, 28-888, 28-911, 28-922 

terrapin, 28-902 
pound nets, marking of, 28-923 
purse seines, use of, 28-911, 28-921 
taxes on, 28-935, 28-936 
Nonfood fish — 

boat licenses, 28-952, 28-953 
closed season, 28-912 
fertilizer, manufacture into, 28-913 
labeling of products, 28-914 
licenses, 28-952, 28-953 
nonresidents, 28-952 
penalties for violation of statutory pro- 
visions, 28-915 
purse nets, use of, 28-911 
seines, use of, 28-911 
Nonresidents — 

defined, for purpose of shrimp boat li- 
censing law, 28-947 
income tax, State, to be paid before 
shrimp boat license issued, 28-946 
nonfood fish, license to take, 28-952 
shellfish gathering by, restricted, 28-771 
Oysters. Shellfish (this index) 
Penalties for violation of coastal fisheries 
law — 

generally, 28-761 
Charleston County, trawling or dragging 
within restricted areas in coastal wa- 
ters of, 28-974 
disposition of, 28-961 
food fish, use for other purposes, 28-756 
nonfood fish, provisions as to, 28-915 
record by traders in claims or oysters, 

failure to keep, 28-783 
Shellfish (this index) 
Shrimp and Prawns (this index) 
signs, erection of without authority, 28- 

758 
terrapin, unlawful possession, 28-901 
transportation of unstamped products, 
28-956 
Permits for taking of fish, power to require, 

28-757 
Poisoning of waters containing shellfish, 

prohibited, 28-672 
Pollution of waters so as to injure shellfish, 

prohibited, 28-671 
Pompano, minimum size, 28-755 
Pompey drum, minimum size, 28-755 
Porpoises as fish, within coastal fishery 

laws, 28-752 
Prawns. Shrimp and Prawns (this index) 
Prima facie evidence — 

possession of oysters or clams during 

closed season as, 28-781 
terrapin, 28-903 



COASTAL FISHERIES— Cont'd 

Protected shellfish beds planted by Board 

of Fisheries, 28-772 
Red drum, minimum size, 28-755 
Revocation of licenses, 2S-943 
Sales in violation of law, penalized, 28-760 
Sanitary conditions of shellfish beds and 

shucking plants, 28-773 
Scallops. Shellfish (this index) 
Scoops, shellfish, minimum depth for use 

of, 28-775 
Scrapes, shellfish, minimum depth for use 

of, 28-775 
Shad and Sturgeon (this index) 
Sheepshead, minimum size, 28-755 
Shellfish (this index) 
Shrimp and Prawns (this index) 
Shucking plants. Shellfish (this index) 
Signs — 

erection of, without authority, 28-758 
removing, defacing or disturbing, penal- 
ized, 28-759 
Size, minimum. Fish and Game (this in- 
dex) 
Spots, minimum size, 28-755 
Sturgeon. Shad and Sturgeon (this index) 
Taxes — 

on apparatus used in fishing, 28-935 
on fish and fish products, 28-931 to 28- 
961 
Terrapin (this index) 
Tidelands, applicability of coastal fisheries 

laws to, 28-752 
Transportation of unstamped products sub- 
ject to tax, penalized, 28-956 

Trap nets, license tax on, 28-935 
Trawling or dragging in Charleston Coun- 
ty coastal waters, 28-974 to 28-977 
Trawls, shrimp — 
licensing of, 28-935 
regulation, 28-863 to 28-865 
Treasurer, county — 

duties of as to rental, sale of tax stamps, 

etc., 28-957 
fines and forfeitures to be paid to, 28- 

961 
inspector to draw tax stamps from, 28- 

958 
reports of tax stamps, 28-959 
Treasurer, State, revenues from taxes, li- 
censes, etc., to be deposited with, 28- 
961 
Trout, speckled, minimum size, 28-755 
Turtles. Sea Turtles (this index) 
Typhoid carriers excluded from handling 
shellfish, 28-774 



COAST GUARD 
Armed Forces (this index) 



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COAST SURVEY 

Monuments of United States coast survey, 
destroying, defacing, etc., 54-405 



COCA-COLA 

License tax on sellers of, 65-7S4 
Tax on, 65-751 to 65-782 
stamp tax, 65-763 



COCAINE 
Narcotics (this index) 

COCA LEAVES 
Narcotics (this index) 

COCKFIGHTING 

Engaging in or presence at, penalty for, 
16-567 

C. O. D. 

Motor carriers, C. O. D. bonds, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 807 [Rule 60] 

CODE COMMISSIONER 

Generally, 1-301 to 1-320 

Access to State papers and documents, 1- 

312 
Acts and joint resolutions, publication of, 

1-317 
Administrative regulations, receipt of copies 

of, 1-14 
Advance sheets of statutes, publication of, 
^-4<315 
^-Appointment, recess, of, 1-302 

Code of Laws, preparation of, 1-306.1 
Collection, arrangement, and indexing of 

statutes, 1-306.1 
Committee of General Assembly to inquire 

into work of, 30-4 
Co-operation of other officers with, 1-312 
Duties, 1-306; SC Const, Art 6, § 5 <— 
P^Election, 1-301 ; SC Const, Art 6, § 5 
General Assembly (this index) 
Legislative committee to examine work of, 

30-4 
Legislative Council, membership in, 30-101 
Report — 

decennial, 1-309 to 1-311 
to General Assembly, 1-307, 1-309 to 1 
311; SC Const, Art 6, §5 
Secretary of Statutory Laws Committee, 1 
305 



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CODE COMMISSIONER— Cont'd 

Supplements to Code, preparation of, 1-308 
JTerm Of office, 1-301 
Vacancy in office, how filled, 1-302 



CODEINE 
Narcotics (this index) 



CODE OF LAWS 

See table following this index for 
disposition of section in 1942 code 

Administrative regulations published in, 1- 
17 

Adoption by General Assembly, 1-314 

Alterations or additions, how made, 1-314 

Annotation, 1-306 

Code Commissioner (this index) 

Codification, SC Const, Art 6, § 5 

Committee on Statutory Laws (this index) 

Compensation of public officers and em- 
ployees, provision for, to be eliminated, 
1-313.1 

Constitutional provision for, SC Const, Art 
6, §5 

Contents, 1-313 

Duties of Code Commissioner, 1-306; SC-. 
Const, Art 6, § 5 

General Assembly, adoption by, 1-314 

Laurens County Domestic Relations Court, 
furnishing to, 15-1291 

Marlboro County Court, copies for judge 
of, 15-688 

Officers receiving copies, duties of, 1-60, 

1-61 
Preparation by Code Commissioner, 1-306.1 
Richland County Court, furnishing to, 15- 

761 

Sale of, 1-320 ""*" 
Supplements, 1-307, 1-308 

sale of, 1-320 
University law school library to receive 
copies of, 1-565 



COERCION 
Duress (this index) 

COFFEE 
Food- as including, 32-1452 

COFFEE ROASTER 
Fire limits, construction within, 47-1214 



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COFFEE SHOPS 

Hotels, Boarding Houses, and Restaurants 

(this index) 



COGNOVIT JUDGMENTS 
Judgment or Decree (this index) 

COHABITATION 

Marriage (this index) 

COIN AND COINAGE 

See also Money 

Counterfeiting, power of Congress to provide 

for punishment of, US Const, Art 1, § 8, 

cl 6 
Foreign coin, Congress may regulate value of, 

US Const, Art 1, § 8, cl 5 
Power of Congress as to coinage of money, 

US Const, Art 1, § 8, cl 5 
States, coinage prohibited to, US Const, Art 

1, §8, cl 1 
States may not make anything but coin tender 

in payment of debts, US Const, Art 1, § 10, 

cl 1 
States' power to make gold coin legal tender, 

US Const, Art 1, § 10, cl 1 

COIN-OPERATED MACHINES 

Fraudulent operation of, 5-623, 5-624 

Gambling devices, 5-621, 5-622 

Horry County, 5-641 to 5-654 

Lancaster County, music machines in, 5- 

611 to 5-619 
Licenses, 5-660 to 5-664, 5-670 to 5-678 

additional local licenses, 5-676 

administration of provisions, 5-654, 5-677 

amount of tax, 5-641, 5-660 

annual license and pavment of tax, 5- 

648, 5-670 
application, 5-642, 5-662 
attachment to machines, 5-645, 5-664 
confiscation of unlicensed machines, 5- 

649, 5-650, 5-674, 5-675 
disposition of taxes and penalties, 5-652, 

5-678 
exemptions from requirements, 5-661 
expiration, 5-648, 5-670 
Horry County, 5-641 to 5-654 
Lancaster County, person operating 

place where music machine used, 5- 

611 to 5-619 
lien of taxes and penalties, 5-651, 5-673 
Marion County, 5-641 to 5-654 
nontransferable, 5-644, 5-664 
no refund if operation prohibited, 5-643, 

5-663 



COIN-OPERATED MA- 
CHINES— Cont'd 

Licenses — Cont'd 

penalty for violation of provisions as to, 

5-649, 5-672 
repossession of confiscated machines, 5- 

650, 5-675 
required, 5-641, 5-660 
rules and regulations, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 851 [Reg. 14] 
serial numbers required on machines, 5- 

646, 5-662 
unlawful operation not legalized by is- 
suance, 5-653, 5-671 
Marion County, 5-641 to 5-654 
Slugs or other improper coins, use or manu- 
facture of, 5-623, 5-624 



COIN SILVER 

Fraud in selling of goods as composed of, 
66-215, 66-216 



COKE 

Delivery slip, matters to be shown by, Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 464 [Reg. 3] 

Reweighing of load, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 464 [Reg. 3] 

Sales and use taxes, exemption from, 65-1404 

Standard bushel, 66-157 

Vehicles used in deliverv, weighing of, Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 464 [Reg. 3] 

COLD STORAGE 

Game, storage of, regulated, 28-304 

COLLARDS 

Germination standard, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 459 [Reg. 4] 

COLLATERAL SECURITY 
Pledge and Collateral Security (this index) 

COLLECTIONS 

Banks (this index) 

Sales and Use Taxes (this index) 

Taxes. Taxation (this index) 

COLLECTORS 

Tax Collectors (this index) 



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COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 

Alcohol — 

ethyl alcohol intended for use by col- 
leges, exempt from Alcoholic Bev- 
erage Control Act, 4-3 
may be sold by wholesale druggists to, 
medical and pharaceutical colleges, 
4-301 
Appropriation for buildings to remain in 

State Treasury until needed, 1-859 
Barbers' Colleges (this index) 
Beauty culture. Cosmetologists (this in- 
dex) 
Charitable, Social, and Religious Corpora- 
tions (this index) 
Citadel (this index) 

Claflin College. Colored Normal, Indus- 
trial, and Mechanical College (this in- 
dex) 
Claflin University, separation from Claflin 

College, SC Const, Art 11, §8 
Clemson Agricultural College (this index) 
Colored Normal, Industrial, and Mechanical 

College (this index) 
Columbia Bible College (this index) 
Commercial education course as not sub- 
jecting to regulation as business school, 
21-674 
High school graduates, reports on, 21-631, 
21-632 
reports to Superintendent of Education 
as to freshman graduates of South 
Carolina high schools, 22-10, 22-11 
Insurance of teachers or pupils against acci- 
dent or sickness, under blanket policy, 
37-521 
Junior Colleges (this index) 
Legislative acts and joint resolutions, right 

to receive copy of, 1-564, 1-567 
Major Conservatory of Music, degrees and 

diplomas granted by, 22-13 
Medical College of the State of South Caro- 
lina (this index) 
Military College of South Carolina. Citadel 

(this index) 
South Carolina, University of. University 

of South Carolina (this index) 
State Colleges and Universities (this index) 
Tax exemption, 65-1522(4) 

commutation road tax, exemption of 
students from, 33-971, 33-992, 33- 
1052, 33-1062, 33-1071, 33-1111, 33- 
1171, 33-1182, 33-1212, 33-1241, 33- 
1263, 33-1271 
Union County, 33-1281.1 
constitutional provision, SC Const, Art 
10, §4 
Textbook rental system, 21-475 
Trustees as public officers, 50-1 = 
Unemployment compensation statute as in- 
applicable to services performed for, 
or services by college students, 68-22 
Water supply of, testing of, 32-1201 



COLLEGES AND UNIVER- 
SITIES— Cont'd 

Wholesale druggists may sell alcohol to, 

4-301 
Wholesale prices to, permissibility, 66-85 
Winthrop College (this index) 
Women's schools, penalty for disturbing, 

16-551 



COLLETON COUNTY 

For matters relating to counties generally, 
see Counties 

Agricultural fair association, police protec- 
tion on grounds of, 14-661, 53-861 
Agriculture (this index) 
Airport commission, 2-281 to 2-291 
Appropriations — 

contracts in excess of, illegal, 14-1583 
monthly apportionment, 14-1588 
warrants in excess of, illegal, 14-1583 
Assessors, member of township board of, 

may serve as school trustee, 14-305 
Attorneys, employment of, 14-1559 
Audit, annual, 14-1593 
Auditor — ■ 

generally. Counties (this index) 
clerical assistance, 14-1601 
reports to, by tax collectors, 65-2328 
salary in lieu of fees, 14-1601 
tax collector, supervision of, 65-2326 
Board of commissioners — 

bonds of commissioners, 14-1554 
clerk, 14-1558 

compensation of commissioners, 14-1557 
election, 14-1551 

voting districts, 14-1552 
personal liability for exceeding appro- 
priations, 14-1583, 14-1588 
purchases, 14-1571, 14-1572 
qualification, residence in district as, 

14-1552 
term of office, 14-1551 
vacancies, how filled, 14-1553 
Board of equalization, member of, may 

serve as school trustee, 14-305 
Bonds — 

generally — 

Bonds (this index) 
Counties (this index) 
Sinking funds, infra 
Borrowing. Tax anticipation borrowing, 
infra 

Boundaries, 14-65 

Bridges generally. Bridges (this index) 

Buildings, public, acquisition of property 

for, 14-1621 
Chain gang — 

generally. Chain Gangs (this index) 
clothing of prisoners, law inapplicable, 
55-473 



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Chain gang — Cont'd 

dieting and transportation of prisoners, 

55-469 
supplies and tools, 55-471 
Circuit court and terms, 15-261, 15-286 

generally. Circuit Courts (this index) 
Claims against — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
approval of board of commissioners — 
conditioned upon compliance with 

statute, 14-1571 
when required, 14-1581 

Clerk of courts — 

generally. Clerk of Courts (this in- 
dex) 
clerical assistance, 14-1601 
condemnation proceedings to acquire 
land for county, duty in respect of, 
14-1636 
fees, 27-52 

salary in lieu of fees, 14-1601 
Commissioners. Board of commissioners, 

supra 
Common pleas, appeal to, from decision of 
supervisor in proceeding to condemn 
property for county use, 14-1632, 14- 
1633 
Condemnation, acquisition of property by, 

14-1621 to 14-1637 
Congressional districts, 23-554 
Constables — 

generally. Constables (this index) 
fees in criminal cases, inquests, and lun- 
acy proceedings abolished, 27-424 
fees in worthless check cases, 27-422 
Contracts not to exceed appropriations, 

14-1583 
Coroners generally. Coroners (this index) 
Costs, payment as condition of entry of 
judgment or settlement of case, 14-1604 

Courts — 

circuit court and terms, 15-261, 15-286 

Clerk of courts, supra 

common pleas, appeal to, in condemna- 
tion proceeding, 14-1632, 14-1633 

constables, fees of, 27-422, 27-424 

County Courts (this index) 

fees, advance payment not required, 14- 
1604 

Grand jury, infra 

jurors, compensation of, 38-308(4) 

Magistrates, infra 

Probate judge, infra 

Sheriff, infra 
Dance hall licenses, 5-603 
Deer, buck, open season, 28-344 
Delinquent tax collector. Tax collector, 

infra 
Deposit of public funds, 14-1580 

depository to furnish security, 14-1580 



COLLETON COUNTY— Cont'd 
Drainage generally. Drainage (this index) 
Elections generally. Counties (this index) 
Eminent domain, acquisition of property by, 

14-1621 to 14-1637 
Engineer, 14-1558 
Fair — 

Fairs and Fair Associations (this index) 
police protection for, 14-661, 53-861 
Federal aid, reimbursement of county by 
State Highway Commission, 33-1555, 
33-1556 
Fees of officers — 

accountability of officers for, 14-1603 
advance payment by litigants not re- 
quired, 14-1604 
advance payment not required of State 
or Federal governments, etc., 14- 
1605 
collectibility in advance, 14-1603 
penalty for violation of statutory re- 
quirements, 14-1610 
personal liability of officer failing to 

collect in advance, 14-1608 
records of collections, 14-1607 
removal of officer for violation of statu- 
tory provisions as to, 14-1509 
salaries, payment of, as conditioned upon 
compliance with statutory require- 
ments as to fees, 14-1606 
when payable into general fund, 14-1602 
Finances, 14-1581 to 14-1593 

generally. Counties (this index) 
Fiscal year, generally, 14-16, 14-17 
Fish and game commission, 28-1081 to 28- 
1088 
by-laws, 28-1084 
directors — 

number, 28-1083 
quorum, 2S-1085 
selection, 28-1083 

meeting, 28-1082 
term of office, 28-1083 
duties, generally, 28-1088 
meetings, 28-1085, 28-1087 

to select officers and directors, 28- 
1082 
number of members, 28-1081 
officers, election of, 28-1082 
personnel, 28-1081 
vacancies, how filled, 28-1083 
wardens and salaries, recommendations 
as to, 28-1086 
Fishing, certain methods of, in fresh water 

rivers and streams prohibited, 28-575 
Forestry board, 29-55 to 29-58 
Forfeited land commission — 
generally — 

Counties (this index) 
Taxation (this indcxl 
agent, employment of, 65-3061 



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COLLETON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Foxes — 

bounties, 28-431 

open season for, 28-431 
Game wardens — ■ 

full and part time, 28-137 

recommendation by commission, 28-1086 
Game zone, 28-5 
Governing body — 

generally. Counties (this index) 

Board of commissioners, supra 
Grand jury foreman — 

power to swear witnesses inapplicable, 
38-408 

report to, by delinquent tax collectors, 
65-2328 

Gymnasiums, acquisition of property for, 
14-1621 

Health and drainage commissioners, 18-71 
Health boards generally. Health Boards 

(this index) 
Highways — 

generally — 

Counties (this index) 
Highways (this index) 
acquisition of property for, 14-1621 
contracts for road work, 33-1553 
Federal aid loans, 33-1554 to 33-1560 
inspection prerequisite to payment for 

road work, 33-1553 
road gangs, 33-1552 

rural mail routes as public roads, 33-802 
supervisor of road work, 33-1551 
taxation for, 33-1051 to 33-1053 

Hospitals, acquisition of property for, 14- 
1621 

House of Representatives, number of mem- 
bers apportioned to, 30-1 
constitutional provisions, SC Const, Art 
3, §3 
Hunting — 

bag limits for deer, partridge, and quail, 

28-378 
season for deer and game birds, 28-344 
Jail- 
generally. Jails and Jailers (this index) 
contract with jailer, 55-406 

Jurors, compensation of, 38-308(4) 
Landings, 51-311 'o 51-313 
Libraries, public — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
rural library board — 

circulation of books, 42-364 
corporate body, 42-361 
duties and powers, 42-364 
librarian, employment of, 42-363 
members, appointment, number, qual- 
ifications and vacancies, 42-362 
trucks, operation of, 42-364 
Walterboro Public Library to be open 
to residents of county, 42-365 



COLLETON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Licenses generally. Counties (this index) 
Liens, costs and fees in actions to fore- 
close, as payable out of proceeds of 
sale, 14-1604 
Litigants, advance payment of fees not re- 
quired from, 14-1604 
Lunacy examinations, physician's fees for, 

27-637 
Magistrates, 43-721 

generally. Magistrates (this index) 
accounting for fines collected before re-( 

ceiving salary, 14-1586 
fees in criminal cases, inquests, and luna-, 

cy proceedings abolished, 27-424 
fees in worthless check cases, 27-422 
Master generally. Counties (this index) 
Mortgage foreclosures, costs and fees as 
payable out of proceeds of sale, 14-1604 
Officers — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
particular officers, see appropriate lines 
in this title 

Parks, acquisition of property for, 14-1621 
Partition, costs and fees in actions for, as 
payable out of proceeds of sale, 14-1604 
Partridges — 

bag limit, 28-378 

closed and open season for, 28-344 
Planning. Counties (this index) 
Plavgrounds, acquisition of property for, 

14-1621 
Polling precincts in. 23-168 
Poll taxes, segregation of, 65-157 
Poor fund appropriations, regulation of ex- 
penditure of. 71-305 
Poor persons' hospitalization, expenditure 

of appropriations for, 71-306 
Prisoners, expenses of transporting, 55-721 
Probate judge — 

generally. Probate Courts (this in- 
dex) 
as master, 15-501, 15-504 
as referee, 10-1405 
clerical assistance, 14-1601 
practice of law by, 15-419 
salary in lieu of fees, 14-1601 
Public Welfare Board. Counties (this in- 
dex) 
Public Welfare Department — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
hospitalization aid to poor persons, 71- 
306 
Purchases- 
advertisement, when required, 14-1571 
orders, form of, 14-1572 
Quail, closed and open season, 28-344 
Recording fees, 27-52 
Records, useless, committee to destroy, 14- 

1560 
Recreational grounds, 51-311 to 51-313 
acquisition of, 14-1621 



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Road supervisor's duty to maintain rural 

mail routes, 33-802 
Rolling store, requirement of peddler's li- 
cense for, 56-1204, 56-1205 
Rural library board. Libraries, public, su- 
pra 
Rural police generally. Rural Police (this 

index) 
Sale of cotton, local exceptions as to, 13-315 
Schools — 

generally — 

Counties (this index) 
Schools (this index) 
advisory board, 21-2177 to 21-2179 
budgets, review of, 21-2181 
compensation of members, 21-2178 
duties, 21-2179 
meetings, 21-2179 
quorum, 21-2179 
Board of Education — 

budgets, review of, 21-2182 
compensation, additional, 21-2176 
contracts for acquisition of school 

books, 21-535 
County board fund, infra 
finances, administration of, 21-2174 
regulations, 21-2175 
bonds, district — 

county to pay, 21-2173 
tax for payment, 21-2184 
borrowing, 21-2188 
building fund, 21-2184 
county board fund, 21-2185 
expenses all to be paid by county, 21-2171 
finances, 21-2171 to 21-2189 
funds, methods of accounting, 21-2186 
pupils, enrollment of, 21-2183 
refunding notes, 21-2189 
student fees, right to charge, 21-2183 
Superintendent of Education- 
clerical assistance, allowance for, 

21-2176 
expense allowance, 21-84 
regulations, power to promulgate, 21- 

2175 
warrants, approval by, 21-2187 
supplies consumable by pupils in one 

year not to be furnished, 21-531 
tax anticipation borrowing, 21-2188 
taxes, 21-2184, 21-2185 

special provision, 21-929 
teacherages, acquisition of property for, 

14-1621 
textbooks — 

adopted by State, exemption from use 

of, 21-552 
compulsory purchase by pupils pro- 
hibited, 21-530 
contracts for acquisition, 21-535 
deposit and segregation of funds for, 
21-546 



COLLETON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Schools — Cont'd 

textbooks — Cont'd 

poll taxes to be used to furnish, 21-542 
rental system, 21-527 

maximum rentals, 21-529 
system unaffected by subsequent leg- 
islation, 21-2185 
transportation of pupils, buses used for, 
to become county property, 21-2172 
trustees — 
budgets — 

preparation. 21-2180 
review of, 21-2181,21-2182 
may also serve on township boards 
of assessors and county board of 
equalization, 14-305 
tuition fees, abolition of, 21-2183 
warrants, signature and approval, 21- 
2187 
Shad, permissible methods of taking, 28-576 

Sheriff— 

generally. Sheriffs (this index) 
clerical assistance, 14-1601 
expenses, disbursements for, 14-1587 
lunatics, right to retain compensation 

paid for conveying of, 14-1602 
mileage, limitation of, 14-1587 

prisoners — 

conveying of, right to retain compen- 
sation received for, 14-1602 
Federal and county, right to retain 
fees for dieting, 14-1602 
salary in lieu of fees, 14-1601 
tax executions to be served by, 65-3461 
tax sales, putting purchaser in posses- 
sion, 65-2325 

Sinking funds — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
borrowing from, in anticipation of taxes. 

14-1585 
investment of, 14-1589 

general statutory requirements inap- 
plicable, 1-671 
list of securities bought or sold to be 

filed by treasurer, 14-1590 
surpluses, application of, 14-1591 
Soil conservation committee area for selec- 
tion of members, 63-61.1 
South Carolina retirement system, partici- 
pation in, 61-131, 61-134, 61-135 
Special reserve fund, 14-1592 
Stadiums, acquisition of property for, 14- 
1621 

Streams — 

cutting or felling trees across or into, 

penalized, 70-6 
dams across, restrictions on, 70-6 
inapplicability of statutory requirements 

as to, 70-5 



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COLLETON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Supervisor — 

attorneys, employment of, 14-1559 

bond, 14-1555 

condemnation proceedings by, 14-1621 to 

14-1637 
financial reports, 14-1582 

fines collected by magistrates, 14-1586 
order book, 14-1572 

personal liability for exceeding appro- 
priation, 14-1588 
road work to be supervised by, 33-1551 
traveling expenses, 14-1556 
vacancy, how filled, 14-1553 
Swimming pools, acquisition of property for, 

14-1621 
Tax anticipation borrowing, 14-1584, 14-1585 

generally. Counties (this index) 
Tax collector, 65-2321 to 65-2328 
appointment, 65-2321 
bond, 65-2322 
clerk, 65-2324 
duties, 65-2325 
office in courthouse, 65-2323 
period allowed for collections, 65-2327 
publication of reports, 65-2328 
removal from office, 65-2321 
reports, 65-2328 
superivision of, by auditor and treasurer, 

65-2326 
term of office, 65-2321 
vacancies in office, how filled, 6523-21 
Taxes — 

generally — 

Counties (this index) 
Taxation (this index) 
advertising costs when forfeited land 
commission becomes purchaser, 65- 
3062 
executions to enforce payment, 65-2325 
costs collectible on, 65-3463 
nulla bonas, 65-2327 
payments to be applied, 65-3462 
exemption from — - 

armed forces, members of, 65-1583 
cotton or textile enterprises, SC 

Const, Art 8, § 8 
industrial enterprises, 65-1548, 65- 

1549 
Masonic lodges, 65-1587 
Federal aid for highway purposes, levy 

to repay, 33-1558 
Forfeited land commission, supra 
highway purposes, 33-1051 to 33-1053 
notice to taxpayer of taxes due, 65-1972 
poll tax — 

executions, collection of, 65-3461 
segregation, 65-157 
road taxes, fines for nonpayment of, 

33-1053 
road tax executions, collection of, 65-3461 



COLLETON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Taxes — Cont'd 
sale for — 

costs of advertising, when paid by 

county, 65-3062, 65-3464 
deeds, 65-2325 

recording fee need not be collected 
from purchaser, 65-2778 
South Carolina retirement system, levy 
for payments to, 61-134 
Tourist camp and road house provisions in- 
applicable to, 35-208 
Treasurer — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
bank deposit, liability for loss of, 14-15S0 
clerical assistance, 14-1601 
magistrates, fines collected by, publica- 
tion of, 43-17 
notice to taxpayers of taxes due, 65-1972 
personal liability for payment of war- 
rants in excess of appropriations, 
14-1583, 14-1588 
publication of statement of disburse- 
ments not required, 65-2026 
report to, by tax collector, 65-2328 
salary in lieu of fees, 14-1601 
sinking funds, duties as to, 14-1589 to 

14-1591 
special reserve fund, 14-1592 
tax collector, supervision of, 65-2326 
Turkeys, wild, open season, 28-344 
United States, land ceded to, 39-106 
Waters. Streams, supra 

COLLUSION 
Divorce action, collusion a bar to, 20-102 



COLOR 



Dyes (this index) 



COLOR BLINDNESS 

Motor carriers, drivers as disqualified by 
color blindness, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, 
p. 765 [Reg. 1.22] 



COLORED NORMAL, INDUSTRIAL, 
AND MECHANICAL COLLEGE 

Generally, 22-551 to 22-557 

Board of trustees — 

Claflin College, board to take over prop- 
erty of, 22-554 

members, election, term, etc., 22-552 

powers generally, 22-555, 22-556 

quorum, 22-553 
Buildings, 22-556 



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COLORED NORMAL, INDUSTRIAL, 
AND MECHANICAL 

COLLEGE— Cont'd 

Claflin University and other sectarian 
schools; college to be separate from, 
SC Const, Art 11, § 8; 22-554,1 

Course of study, 22-556 

Creation, SC Const, Art 11, § 8 

Division of public land under Act of Con- 
gress, 22-212 

Established, 22-551 

Land-grant college, 3-30 

Land scrip fund, one-half to be vested in 
trustees, 22-557 

Principal or president, 22-556 

Professors and instructors, 22-556 

Vacations, 22-555 

COLORED PERSONS 

Negroes, (this index) 

COLUMBIA, CITY OF 

Aeronautics commission to meet and have 

offices in, 2-51.1,2-54 
Assessment of abutting property for street 
improvements, SC Const, Art 10, § 14 _ 
Bonded indebtedness, excepted from consti- 
tutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 2, 
§ 13; Art 8, §7 [Vol. 7, pp. 222, 235]; 
Art 10, §5 [Vol. 7, p. 288] 
Bond elections, petition for, when not a 
condition precedent, SC Const, Art 8, 
§7 [Vol. 7, p. 235] 

Capital airport, powers and duties as to, 
2-201 to 2-205 

Debt limit, bonded indebtedness excepted 
from, SC Const, Art 2, § 13; Art 8, § 7 
[Vol. 7, pp. 222, 235] ; Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 
7, p. 288] 

Fire department bonds for enlargement and 
maintenance, exception from constitu- 
tional debt limit, SC Const, Art 8, § 7 
[Vol. 7, p. 235]; Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 7, p. 
288] 

Height of buildings of fireproof construc- 
tion, limitation as to, 47-1222 

Highway Department investigation as to 
need and cost of thoroughfare in, 33- 
191,33-192 

Municipal courts, jury box, 15-955 

Poor, city to provide for care of, 71-167 

Richland County jail, erection by city, 55- 
430 

Sewer bonds, exception from constitutional 
debt limits, SC Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 
7, p. 222] . 

State legislation to collect taxes, adoption 
of, 47-1561 

Thoroughfare in, 33-191, 33-192 

United States, land ceded to, 39-105(1), 
39-134(15) 



COLUMBIA, CITY OF— Cont'd 

Venereal clinic, 32-1901 to 32-1905 
Wards — 

adding omitted areas to, 47-1562 
division into, 47-1561.1 
Water supplied to capitol and State insti- 
tutions, 1-463 
Waterworks plant, boHds for, as excepted 
from constitutional debt limit, SC 
Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 222] 



COLUMBIA ARMY AIR BASE 

Property in Lexington County formerly 
constituting, 2-381 to 2-386 

COLUMBIA BIBLE COLLEGE 

Degrees and diplomas granted by, 22-12 
Tax exemption, 65-1523(26) 



COLUMBIA HEBREW BENEVOLENT 
SOCIETY 



Tax exemption, 65-1523(33) 



COLUMBIA MARKETING 
COMMISSION 

Generally, 3-261 to 3-266 

Appointment, 3-262 

Bonds, issuance of, 3-265, 3-266 

Creation, 3-261 

Debt limitation, bond issue not affected by, 
3-266 

Disbursements, 3-264 

Duties generally, 3-263, 3-264 

Facilities for marketing, power to estab- 
lish and operate, 3-263 

Funds, power to receive and disburse, 3-264 

Number of members, 3-262 

Powers generally, 3-263, 3-264 

Purpose, 3-261 

Terms of office, 3-262 

Vacancies, how filled, 3-262 



COLUMBIA MUSEUM OF ART 
CENTER 

Tax exemption, 65-1523(60) 

COLUMBIA MUSIC FESTIVAL 
Admissions tax, exemption from, 65-802 

COLUMBIA STAGE COMPANY 
Tax exemption, 65-1523(30) 



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COLUMBIA STATE FARM- 
ERS MARKET 

Abusive language, use of, how punishable, 

Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 465 [Sec. IX] 

Aisles may not be blocked, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 466 [Sec. XIX] 
Assignment of stall space as requiring con- 
sent of manager, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 
46S [Sec. VI] 
Buyers not to be approached while in con- 
ference with another seller, Rules & 
Reg. Vol. 7, p. 466 [Sec. XXI] 
Cancellation of any lease with State Mar- 
keting Commission, Rules & Reg. Vol. 
7, p. 466 [Sec. XV] 
Changes in rules and regulations, Rules & 

Reg. Vol. 7, p. 466 [Sec. XXVI] 
Cleanliness, requirement of, Rules & Reg. 

Vol. 7, p. 46S [Sec. XIII] 
Damage — 

disclaimer of liability for, Rules & Reg. 

Vol. 7, p. 466 [Sec. XXIV] 
intentional damage, prohibited, Rules & 
Reg. Vol. 7, p. 465 [Sec. II] 
Defacement of, prohibited, Rules & Reg. 

Vol. 7, p. 465 [Sec. II] 
Discourteous language, use of, how punish- 
able, Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 465 [Sec. 
IX] 
Dishonest practices, punishment of, Rules 

& Reg. Vol. 7, p. 465 [Sec. VII] 
Disorderly persons, removal of, Rules & 

Reg. Vol. 7, p. 465 [Sec. X] 
Employees — 

loss of property, not to be liable for, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 466 [Sec. 
XXIV] 
not to be interested in market transac- 
tions, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 466 
[Sec. XXIII] 
False packs, prohibited. Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 465 [Sec. VIII] 
False reports, circulation of, as ground for 
expulsion, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 465 
[Sec. XII] 
Gambling, removal of persons engaging in, 

Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 465 [Sec. X] 
Good order, duty of users to keep premises 
in, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 465 [Sec. 
XIII] 
Insulting language toward another tenant 
or customer, prohibited, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 465 [Sec. XI] 
Intimidation of shoppers, prohibited, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 465 [Sec. XI] 
Intoxicated persons, removal of, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 465 [Sec. X] 
Law observance required, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 466 [Sec. XXII] 
Manager — 

duties of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 465 
[Sec. I] 

[8 SC Code] — 15 



COLUMBIA STATE FARMERS 
MARKET— Cont'd 

Manager — Cont'd 

interest in market transactions, prohibit- 
ed. Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 466 
[Sec. XXIII] 
Parking space, rental of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 465 [Sec. V] 
Personal injuries, disclaimer of responsi- 
bility for. Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
466 [Sec. XXIV] 
Platforms may not be blocked, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 466 [Sec. XIX] 
Prints, fixing of, prohibited, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 465 [Sec. XI] 
Profane language, use of, how punishable, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 465 [Sec. IX] 
Regulations for operation of, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, pp. 465, 466 
Revocation of privileges, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 466 [Sec. XXV] 
Sanitary condition, users to keep premises 
in, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 465 [Sec. 
XIII] 
Seller of produce not to be approached by 
buyers before parking vehicle, Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 466 [Sec. XX] 
Sharp practices, punishment of, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 465 [Sec. VII] 
Stall space — 

assignment or sale, of, as requiring con- 
sent of manager. Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7, p. 465 [Sec. VI] 
empty of products for sale, may be rent- 
ed to other sellers, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 466 [Sec. XVIII] 
other space, restrictions on rental of, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 466 [Sec. 
XVII] 
payment of rentals as condition of right 
to sell, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 465 
[Sec. Ill] 
rental of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 465 

[Sec. V] 
subletting of, as requiring consent of 
manager, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 465 
[Sec. VI] 
uses permissible, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 465 [Sec. VI] 
Theft, disclaimer of liability for, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 466 [Sec. XXIV] 
Vehicles, direction of arrangement and 
movement, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 465 
[Sec. IV] 
Walkways must not be blocked, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 466 [Sec. XIX] 
Warehouse units — 

duty to keep in operation, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 465 [Sec. XIV] 
leasing of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 466 
[Sec. XVI] 



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COMBINATIONS IN RESTRAINT OF 
TRADE 

Antitrust Laws (this index) 



COMMISSARIES 

Research, Planning and Development Board 
may acquire, maintain, etc., 9-310(4) 



COMMENCEMENT OF ACTIONS 

Action or suit (this index) 
Limitation of Actions (this index) 



COMMISSIONED OFFICERS 

Militia (this index) 

Notarial powers of officers of armed forces 
during World War II, 44-475 



COMMERCE 
Trade and Commerce (this index) 



COMMISSIONER, CODE 
Code Commissioner (this index) 



COMMERCE DEVELOPMENT 
BOARD 

Research, Planning and Development Board 
to take over duties of, 9-310(4) 



COMMERCIAL DISINFECTANTS 

Generally, 32-1751 to 32-1759 

Annual report of Agriculture Commission- 
er, 32-1759 
Disposition of moneys received by Agri- 
culture Commissioner, 32-1758 
Forfeiture of disinfectant for violations, 32- 

1755 
Marking of, 32-1751 . . 

Registration with Agriculture Commission- 
er, 32-1752 
fees, 32-1753 
Unregistered disinfectants, penalty for sale 

of, 32-1754 
Violations — . 

analyst's certificate as evidence, 32-1756 
powers of Agriculture Commissioner as 

to, 32-1755 
solicitors to prosecute, 32-1757 



COMMERCIAL FEEDING STUFFS 
Feeding Stuffs (this index) 

COMMERCIAL FERTILIZERS 
Fertilizers (this index) 

COMMERCIAL PAPER 

Checks and Drafts (this index) 
Negotiable Instruments (this index) 

COMMERCIAL SCHOOLS 
Business Schools (this index) 



COMMISSIONER OF 
AGRICULTURE 

Agriculture (this index) 

COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS 

Generally, 49-51 to 49-54 

Appointment, 49-51 

Official commission, fee of Secretary of 

State for, 27-501 
Powers, 49-53, 49-54 
Qualification, 49-52 
Term of office, 49-51 
Validation of certain commissions, 49-55 

COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE 

Insurance Department and Commissioner 
(this index) 

COMMISSIONER OF LABOR 
Labor (this index) 

COMMISSIONERS OF JURORS 
Juries and Jurors (this index) 

COMMISSIONERS OF PARTITION 
Partition (this index) 



COMMISSION FORM OF 
GOVERNMENT 

Municipal Corporations (this index) 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS 

Factors and Commission Merchants (this 
index) 

[8SCCodeJ 



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COMMISSION ON FORESTRY 
Forestry (this index) 

COMMISSIONS (COMPENSATION) 

Assignee or agent for benefit of creditors. 
Assignment for Benefit of Creditors 
(this index) 

Constables (this index) 

Executors and Administrators (this index) 

Guardian, commissions of. Guardian and 
Ward (this index) 

Motor carriers, commissions on sale of pas- 
senger tickets, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
803 [Rule 45] 



COMMITTEE ON STATUTORY 
LAWS— Cont'd 

Sale of codes and supplements, 1-320 
Secretary, Code Commissioner as secretary 
of committee, 1-305 



COMMON CARRIERS 
Carriers (this index) 

COMMON LAW 

Equity as superseding rules of, 10-18 
Foreign common law, proof of, 26-52 



COMMISSIONS AND 
COMMISSIONERS 

Boards and Commissions (this index) 



COMMISSIONS FOR CEMETERIES 
Cemeteries (this index) 



COMMON-LAW MARRIAGE 

Children deemed legitimate for purpose of 

Uniform Support of Dependents Act 

20-317(2) 
Wife deemed legitimate for purpose of 

Uniform Support of Dependents Act, 

20-318 



COMMISSIONS FOR EXAMINA- 
TION OF WITNESSES 

Witnesses (this index) 



COMMON NUISANCE 

Betting, bookmaking, or pool selling as, 
16-516 



COMMITMENT 

Arrest, generally. Arrest (this index) 
Coroners (this index) 
Industrial Schools (this index) 
Intoxication, commitment for. Intoxication 

(this index) 
Penal and Reformatory Institutions (this 

index) 



COMMITTEE 

Incompetent and Insane Persons (this in- 
dex) 

State board of health. Boards of Health 
(this index) 



COMMITTEE ON STATUTORY 
LAWS 

Access to State papers and documents, 1- 

312 
Appointment, 1-303 
Compensation of members, 1-304 
Co-operation of State officers and agencies, 

1-313 
Expenses of committee, 1-304 
Meetings, 1-304 

Powers and duties, 1-303, 1-307, 1-308 
Report to General Assembly, 1-307 



COMMON PLEAS COURTS 
AND JUDGES 

See also Circuit Courts and Judges; Courts 

For provisions distinctive to particular coun- 
ties, sec name of county. 

Abandoned premises, appeal from action of 
magistrates in terminating lease, 41-69 

Abatement and Revival (this index) 

Absence of judge. Circuit Courts and 
Judges (this index) 

Abstract of Judgments (this index) 

Action or Suit (this index) 

Adjournment. Circuit Courts and Judges 
(this index) 

Adoption of children, jurisdiction as to, 
10-2581 

Aeronautics Commission — 

aid of circuit court, Commission may 

invoke, 2-62 
appeals from orders of, 2-70, 2-72 

Affirmation or oath, power to administer, 
15-231.2 

Agreed Case (this index) 

Airport, appeal in proceedings for acqui- 
sition of property for, 2-114 

Amendment of pleadings and papers, mo- 
tions for, Cir Ct Rule 20 

Amusement, place of, appeal from revoca- 
tion of license for, 65-809, 65-810 



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COMMON PLEAS COURTS AND 
JUDGES— Cont'd 

Appeals from, to Supreme Court. Appeals 

(this index) 
Appeals to. Appeals (this index) 
Arbitration cases — 

appeals to court, 10-1904 
award as judgment of court, 10-1905 
Arguments of Counsel (this index) 
Assignment for benefit of creditors, appoint- 
ment, of umpire to decide disagree- 
ments, 57-361 
Assignment of judges. Circuit Courts and 

Judges (this index) 
Attachment (this index) 
Attorneys at Law (this index) 
Automobile driver's license, appeal from de- 
nial, suspension, or revocation, 46-178 
Bail and Recognizance (this index) 
Beer permit, appeal from order of revoca- 
tion or suspension of, 4-217 
Bond for support of wife, child, or step- 
child, filing of order forfeiting bond in 
book of judgments, 15-1267 
Bonds in judicial proceedings generally. 
Civil Remedies and Procedure (this 
index) 
Borrowing for minors and incompetents, 

power to authorize, 10-2562 
Boundaries of land in dispute, appoint- 
ment of surveyors to survey, in actions 
involving title, 57-452, 57-453 
Bridges, appointment of commissioners to 

superintend toll bridges, 33-762 
Bringing questions before court, Cir Ct 

rule 56 
Burial grounds, flooding of, determination 
of disposition of bodies, 70-173 to 70-176 
Calendars (this index) 
Calling off regular terms, 15-243, 15-244 
Canal companies, appeals in condemnation 
proceedings by. Eminent Domain (this 
index) 
Case or Exception (this index) 
Certificate of merit to accompany demurrer, 

Cir Ct Rule 18 
Chambers, powers of judges at. Circuit 

Courts and Judges (this index) 
Chancery. Equity (this index) 
Change of name, proceedings for, 48-51 to 

48-53 
Change of venue. Venue (this index) 
Charleston Civil and Criminal Court (this 

index) 
Charleston Harbor, appeal to court from 
orders of State Ports Authority as to 
wharves, etc., 54-37 
Children. Infants, infra 
Circuit solicitor's duty to attend sessions, 

1-252 
Civil jurisdiction only, SC Const, Art 5, 
§1 



COMMON PLEAS COURTS AND 
JUDGES— Cont'd 

Clerk. Clerks of Courts (this index) 
Compensation of judges. Circuit Courts 

and Judges (this index) 
Compulsory school attendance cases, ap- 
peal from rulings of board of inquiry, 
21-779 
Contempt (this index) 
Continuance (this index) 
Corporations — - 
dissolution of — 

jurisdiction as to, 12-605 
petition for, 12-651 

power of circuit judge to continue 
directors as trustees or appoint 
receiver, 12-604 
sale of major assets, appraisal of stock 

of dissenting stockholders, 12-633 
valuation of stock, on stockholder's dis 
sent to consolidation, 12-460 
Costs. Circuit Courts and Judges (this in- 
dex) 
Counterclaim, designation of, Cir Ct Rule 18 
Countv governing body, appeals from, 7- 

301 
Courts of record, common pleas courts as, 

15-201 
Custody of jurors separated during deliber- 
ations, Cir Ct Rule 80 
Daily reading of minutes to judge, 15-1762 
Death of judge. Circuit Courts and Judges 

(this index) 
Declaratory Judgment (this index) 
Decrees — 

generally. Judgment or Decree (this 

index) 
see also appropriate lines in this topic 
Default judgment. Judgment or Decree 

(this index) 
Deposits in Court (this index) 
Direction of verdict, lack of evidence as 

ground for, Cir Ct Rule 76 
Disability of judge. Circuit Courts and 

Judges (this index) 
Discovery and inspection, Cir Ct Rule 43 

to 46 
Discussions of facts on motions, Cir Ct 

Rule 57 
Dismissal or Nonsuit (this index) 
Dissolution of corporations. Corporations, 

supra 
Divorce (this index) 
Dower, allotment of, 19-169 
Drainage Districts (this index) 
Driver's license, appeal from denial, sus- 
pension, or revocation, 46-178 
Eighth judicial circuit, 15-261, 15-277 
Elections, appeals in voter's registration 

cases. Appeals (this index) 
Electrical utilities regulation, review of Pub- 
lic Service Commission's orders. Elec- 
tric Companies (this index) 



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COMMON PLEAS COURTS AND 
JUDGES— Cont'd 

Eleventh judicial circuit, 15-261 
calendars, 15-281 
terms of court, 15-280 
Eminent domain cases, appeals in. Emi- 
nent Domain (this index) 
Employment Security Commission, action 
to obtain review of decision as to un- 
employment compensation, 68-165 
regulations as to. Rules and Reg. Vol. 7, 
p. 543 [Reg. 7] 
Equity (this index) 

Establishment of common pleas courts, 15-6 
Execution (this index) 
Execution of bonds and undertakings, Cir 

Ct Rule 38 
Extension of time to file pleadings and 

papers, Cir Ct Rule 19 
Fees — 

costs. Circuit Courts and Judges (this 

index) 
judge, fees not allowable to, SC Const, 
Art 5, § 9 
Ferries, appointment of commissioners to 

superintend, 33-762 
Fifth judicial circuit, 15-261 

terms. Terms of court, infra 
Findings (this index) 
First judicial circuit, 15-261, 15-262 
Flagman, appeal from order of stationing 

at railroad crossing, 58-1002 
Flooding of burial grounds, determination 
of disposition of bodies, 70-173 to 70- 
176 

Florence Civil Court — 

concurrent jurisdiction in divorce and 

alimony cases, 15-1609 
judgments of, entered in books of circuit 
court, 15-1605 
Fourteenth judicial circuit, 15-261, 15-286 to 
15-288 
terms. Terms of court, infra 
Fourth judicial circuit, 15-261 

terms. Terms of court, infra 
Fruit trees, destruction of neglected or 
abandoned fruit trees, proceedings for, 
3-142 to 3-146 

Furnishing of pleadings and papers, Cir Ct 
Rule 32 

Gas companies, review of Public Service 
commission orders. Public Service 
Commission (this index) 
General sessions court — 

common pleas court transacting busi- 
ness during general sessions, 15-240 
adjournment when general sessions 

not concluded, 15-241, 15-242 
in fifth judicial circuit, 15-271 
transacting business during common 
pleas court, 15-239 



COMMON PLEAS COURTS AND 
JUDGES— Cont'd 

Grade crossing elimination, appeals in cases 

of. Railroad Crossings (this index) 
Guardians' bonds, Cir Ct Rule 42 
Habeas corpus, issuance of. Circuit Courts 

and Judges (this index) 
Heat companies, review of Public Service 
Commission orders. Public Service 
Commission (this index) 
Hospital license, appeal from denial, sus- 
pension, or revocation, 32-788 
Housing projects, appeals in condemnation 

proceedings, 36-129 
How questions brought before court, Cir 

Ct Rule 56 
Ice cream manufacturer's license, appeal 
from denial, revocation, or suspension, 
32-1708 
Income tax return, proceedings to compel 

filing of, 65-305 
Incompetent persons, borrowing for, power 

to authorize, 10-2562 
Industrial Commission. Workmen's Com- 
pensation, infra 
Industrial school for girls, judge may order 
release of inmate by order at cham- 
bers or otherwise, 55-161 
Infants — 

borrowing for, power to authorize, 10- 

2562 
conveyance by infant mortgagee or trus- 
tee, power to order, 10-2588, 10- 
2590 
guardians' bonds, Cir Ct Rule 42 
Inheritance Tax (this index) 
Injunctions, power to issue, SC Const, Art 
5, § 15 
at chambers, SC Const, Art 5, § 25 
Insurance Commissioner's orders or deci- 
sions, appeals from, 37-63 to 37-66 
Journal — 

contents, 15-1767(1) 

index, 15-1767(3) 

size of books for, 15-1770 

Judges. Circuit Courts and Judges (this 

index) 
Judgment Roll (this index) 
Judgments — 

generally. Judgment or Decree (this 

index) 
see also appropriate lines in this topic 
Judicial Notice (this index) 
Judicial Sales (this index) 
Juries and Jurors (this index) 
Jurisdiction — 

generally, 15-7 
constitutional provisions, SC Const, Art 

5, §§ 1. 15 
particular matters, see appropriate lines 
in this topic 

Justification of sureties, Cir Ct Rule 65, 66 



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COMMON PLEAS COURTS AND 
JUDGES— Cont'd 

Juvenile and Domestic Relations Courts 
(this index) 

Landing fields, appeals in proceedings for 
acquisition of property for, 2-114 

Land sales by masters, 15-1823 to 15-1825 

Levee district, appeals from orders estab- 
lishing, 18-224 

Life tenant, determination of death of, 10- 
2451 to 10-2457 

Magistrates, docketing judgments of, 43-100 

Mandamus (this index) 

Marriages, jurisdiction of issues affecting 
validity of, 20-41 

Masters (this index) 

Mechanics' liens, enforcement of, 45-264 
ships or vessels, 45-355 

Merit, certificate of, demurrer to be ac- 
companied by, Cir Ct Rule 18 

Milk and milk products, weighing and test- 
ing of, appeal from revocation of li- 
censes as to, 32-1609.6 

Minors. Infants, supra 

Money in court. Deposits in Court (this 
index) 

Mortgage foreclosure, decree of, Cir Ct 
Rule 51, 52 

Mortgagor's application for rule to show 
cause why satisfaction should not be 
entered, 45-67.1 

Motions (this index) 

Motor vehicle driver's license, appeal from 
denial, suspension, or revocation, 46-178 

Municipal public works, appeals from con- 
demnation of property for, 59-208, 59- 
209 

Name, change of, proceedings for, 48-51 to 
48-53 

New trial — 

power to grant, 10-1215, 10-1463 
practice as to new trial for newly dis- 
covered evidence, Sup Ct Rule 24 

Ninth judicial circuit, 15-261, 15-278 

Nonresident, default judgment against, Cir 
Ct Rule 38 

Numbering causes of action or defenses, Cir 
Ct Rule 18 

Oaths or affirmations, power to administer, 
15-231.2 

Official bonds, recovery on, Cir Ct Rule 
71 

Orders of Court (this index) 

Original documents enclosed in commis- 
sion, disposition of, Cir Ct Rule 34 

Partition, jurisdiction in, 10-2205 

Petit jurors in general sessions to serve in 
next common pleas, 38-87, 38-88 

Place of filing pleadings and papers, Cir 
Ct Rule 67 

Pleading (this index) 

Points on motions, Cir Ct Rule 57 



COMMON PLEAS COURTS AND 
JUDGES— Cont'd 

Preparation of pleadings and papers, Cir 
Ct Rule 12, 13 

Probate Courts and Judges (this index) 

Process (this index) 

Production of Books and Papers (this in- 
dex) 

Prohibition, writ of, issuance at chambers, 
10-20 
constitutional provisions, SC Const, Art 
5, §25 

Publication, judgments and decrees on serv- 
ice by, Cir Ct Rule 38 

Quo warranto, writ of, issuance at cham- 
bers, SC Const, Art 5, § 25 

Railroads — - 

appeals in condemnation proceedings by. 

Eminent Domain (this index) 
equitv jurisdiction as to intersections of, 
58-992 

Receivers (this index) 

Recognizance. Bail and Recognizance (this 
index) 

References (this index) 

Regular terms of court, calling off, 15-243, 
15-244 

Reorganization Commission, contempt pro- 
ceedings by, appeal to circuit court, 
9-216 

Reporters. Stenographers (this index) 

Retention of jurisdiction until docketing of 
appeal in Supreme Court, Sup Ct Rule 
18 

Revival. Abatement and Revival (this in- 
dex) 

Rules. Rules of Circuit Courts (this index) 

Sale. Judicial Sales (this index) 

Schools. Circuit Courts and Judges (this 
index) 

Seal of court, 15-202 

Second judicial circuit, 15-261, 15-263 

Securities Act, appeals under. Securities 
Act (this index) 

Service of Process and Papers (this index) 

Seventh judicial circuit, 15-261, 15-275 

Sexual sterilization, appeals to court from 
orders of, 32-676 

Sheriff's duties, 53-200 to 53-202 

Sittings, times and places, SC Const, Art 
5, §16 

Sixth judicial circuit, 15-261, 15-274 

Slum clearance, proceedings as to unfit 
dwellings in municipalities over 5,000, 
36-507 

Soil conservation districts law — 

hardship petition, review of order of ad- 
justment board on, 63-166 
land use regulations, enforcement of, 
63-151 to 63-153 

Solicitor's duty to attend sessions, 1-252 



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COMMON PLEAS COURTS AND 
JUDGES— Cont'd 

Special sessions — 

Chief Justice of Supreme Court, power 
of, to order special session, 15-301 
notice of calling of, 15-301 
petition for call of, 15-301 
presiding judge — 

approval of petition to call special 

sessions, 15-301 
powers of, to call special sessions, 
15-302 
resident judge — 

approval of petition to call special 

sessions, 15-301 
powers of, to call special sessions, 
15-303 
trial of causes at, 15-305 
Special terms of court, 15-221 
State Industrial School for Girls, judge may- 
order release of inmate by order at 
chambers otherwise, 55-161 
State Ports Authority, appeals to court from 
orders as to wharves, etc., in Charles- 
ton harbor, 54-37 
State Training School, release of inmates 
of, powers of judges at chambers, 32- 
1064 
Stenographers (this index) 
Stock and stockholders. Corporations, su- 
pra 
Street railways, review of Public Service 
Commission orders. Public Service 
Commission (this index) 
Striking from pleadings, motions for, Cir 

Ct Rule 20 
Subpoena (this index) 
Suit. Action or Suit (this index) 
Summary ejectment of trespassers, appeals 

in cases of, 10-2444 
Summons (this index) 
Supreme Court — 

appeals to. Supreme Court (this index) 
costs — 

adjustment of, Cir Ct Rule 40 
collection of, 15-132 
judgments of, recording of, Cir Ct Rule 
40 
Surveyors, appointment in action involving 
title where boundary of land is in dis- 
pute, 57-452, 57-453 
Survival of actions. Abatement and Revival 

(this index) 
Tax title suit in, 65-3301 

Teacher's discrimination proceedings. Cir- 
cuit Courts and Judges (this index) 
Tenth judicial circuit, 15-261, 15-279 
Terms of court, 15-262 to 15-288 

calling off regular terms, 15-243, 15-244 
eighth judicial circuit, 15-277 
eleventh judicial circuit, 15-280 

calendars, 15-281 
Equity (this index) 



COMMON PLEAS COURTS AND 
JUDGES— Cont'd 

Terms of court — Cont'd 

fifth judicial circuit, 15-269 

common pleas open during general 

sessions, 15-271 
designation of terms of court, 15-270 
Memorial Day, Richland County, 15- 

273 
non-jury matters, days for, 15-272 
pre-trial matters, days for, 15-272 
first judicial circuit, 15-262 
fourteenth judicial circuit, 15-286 
Allendale County, 15-286(1) 

no pay to jurors when notice of 
calling off term given three 
days before court, 15-288 
notice to jurors when term called 
off, 15-287 
fourth judicial circuit, 15-266 

May term of court for Dillon County, 

15-267 
notice of terms, 15-268 
time, pleadings, etc. returnable, 15- 
268 
ninth judicial circuit, 15-278 
second judicial circuit, 15-263 
seventh judicial circuit, 15-275 
sixth judicial circuit, 15-274 
special terms, 15-221 
tenth judicial circuit, 15-279 
third judicial circuit, 15-264 

separate juries for certain courts, 
15-265 
thirteenth judicial circuit, 15-285 
twelfth judicial circuit, 15-282 
Florence County, 15-282(3) 

no pay to jurors when notice of 
calling off term given three 
days before court, 15-284 
notice to jurors when term called 
off, 15-283 
Third judicial circuit, 15-261 

separate juries for certain courts, 15-265 
terms of court, 15-264 
Thirteenth judicial circuit, 15-261, 15-285 
Toll bridges, appointment of commissioners 

to superintend, 33-762 
Training school, release of inmate of State 
Training School, powers of judges at 
chambers, 32-1064 
Transcripts. Appeals (this index) 
Trees, destruction of neglected or aban- 
doned fruit trees, proceedings for, 3-142 
to 3-146 

Trial (this index) 

Turnpikes, appointment of commissioners to 
superintend, 33-762 

Twelfth judicial circuit, 15-261 
terms. Terms of court, supra 

Undertakings or bonds in judicial proceed- 
ings generally. Civil Remedies and 
Procedure (this index) 



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COMMON PLEAS COURTS AND 
JUDGES— Cont'd 

Unemployment compensation, action to ob- 
tain review of decision of Employment 
Security Commission, 68-165 
regulations as to, Rules and Reg. Vol. 7, 
p. 543 [Reg. 7] 
Unfit dwellings in municipalities over 5,000, 

proceedings as to, 36-507 
Venue (this index) 
Verdict (this index) 
Voter's registration, appeals in cases of. 

Appeals (this index) 
Waiver of jury trial, 10-1209 
Water Pollution Control Authority — 
appeals from orders of, 70-131 
compelling attendance and testimony of 
witnesses at hearings by, 70-129 
Wine permit, appeals to court from order 

of revocation or suspension of, 4-217 
Witnesses (this index) 
Workmen's compensation — 
appealability of award, 72-356 
enforcing attendance of witnesses for 

Industrial Commission, 72-63 
judgment on agreement or award, 72- 
357 
Writs issuable by, SC Const, Art 5, § 15 

COMMUNICABLE DISEASES 
Diseases (this index) 

COMMUNICATION 

Sales and use taxes, exemption from, 65- 
1404 



COMMUTATION OF DEATH 
SENTENCE 

Probation, parole and pardon board, duties 
of, 55-641 



COMMUTATION TAXES 
Highways and Streets (this index) 

COMPENSATION 

Generally, see Fees and Costs; Labor; Salaries 

For compensation of particular officers, boards, 
etc., sec appropriate topics throughout 
this index 

Commissions (Compensation) (this index) 
Escheated lands, claimant to, 57-211 
Estrays, keeping and maintaining, 6-208 
Killing of diseased animals. Animal Dis- 
eases (this index) 



COMPENSATION— Cont'd 

Milldams, removal of, 1S-7 
Unemployment Compensation (this index) 
Workmen's Compensation (this index) 

COMPETITION 

See also Antitrust Laws; Monopolies 
Railroads (this index) 

COMPLAINT OR PETITION 

Generally, 10-631 to 10-634 

Actual damages, recovery of, when claim- 
ing exemplary, punitive, or vindictive 
damages, 10-678 
Adoption, petition for, 10-2581 
Allegations deemed true, when, 10-608 
Amended complaint — 

judgment on failure to answer, 10-696 
service of copy of, 10-696 

Annexation, petition for, 47-12 

Answer (this index) 

Appraisal commission, petition for appoint- 
ment of, 18-473 

Attachment, service of copy with, 10-921 

Attorney General, complaint in action by, 
for usurpation of office, 10-2261 

Causes of action, joinder of, 10-701 

Change of name, petition for, 48-51 

Children's courts, petition to institute pro- 
ceedings in. Children's Courts (this in- 
dex) 

Civil arrest, petition for release from, 10- 
841 

Contents, 10-632 

Costs for service of, when allowable, 10-472 

Damages, effect of claiming exemplary, 
punitive, or vindictive damages, 10-678 

Default judgment on failure to answer, 
10-1531 

Defectively recorded instruments, perpetua- 
tion of testimony as to, 26-802 

Defects not apparent on face of, objection 
raised by answer, 10-645 

Definition, 10-631 

Demand for relief, 10-632 

Demurrer to. Demurrer (this index) 

Destroyed instruments, perpetuation of tes- 
timony as to, 26-802 

Dismissal of, motion for, Cir Ct Rule 18 

Drainage Districts (this index) 

Exemplary damages, effect of claiming, 10- 
678 

Express companies, complaints or petitions 
to Public Service Commission, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 749 [Rule 1] 

Facts, plain and concise statement of, 10- 
632 

Fees of clerk of courts for filing, 27-53(2) 
local provisions, 27-52, 27-68 to 27-101 



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COMPLAINT OR PETITION— Cont'd 

Filing with clerk of courts, 10-1101 
Incorporation, petition for. Municipal Cor- 
porations (this index) 
Joinder of causes of action, 10-701 
Judgment on failure to answer, 10-1531 
Juvenile and domestic relations courts — 
children's court division, petition to insti- 
tute proceedings, 15-1176 
support of wife, child, or step-child, pe- 
tition in proceedings for, 15-1234, 
15-1235 
Libel or slander, complaint in action for, 

10-676 
Lost instruments, perpetuation of testimony 

as to, 26-802 
Magistrates' courts, complaint in civil ac- 
tions in. Magistrates (this index) 
Municipal corporations, petition for incor- 
poration. Municipal Corporations (this 
index) 
Name, petition for change of, 48-51 
Names of parties to be shown in, 10-632 
Negligence, pleading several acts of, 10- 

679 
Objections and exceptions — - 

grounds of demurrer not apparent on 
face of complaint, to be taken by 
answer, 10-645 
waiver of objections not taken by an- 
swer, 10-647 
Occupying claimants, time for filing com- 
plaint, 57-403 
Perpetuation of testimony, complaint in ac- 
tion for, 26-807 
lost, destroyed, or defectively recorded 
instruments, 26-802 
Probate court proceedings commenced by, 

15-448 
Punitive damages, effect of claiming, 10-678 
Quo warranto, complaint in action in na- 
ture of, for usurpation of office, 10-2261 
Rail, common carriers by, proceedings be- 
fore Public Service Commission. Car- 
riers (this index) 
Reply to be consistent with, 10-661 
Service of copy of, 10-633 
amended complaint, 10-696 
attachment, service of copy with. 10-921 
costs for, when allowable, 10-472 
magistrates' courts, time for serving 

complaint, 43-82 
notice in lieu of, when sufficient, 10-634 
Service of summons by publication, filing 

complaint before, 10-454 
Striking out for refusal to testify, 26-508 
Supplemental complaint, 10-610 
Usurpation of office, complaint in action for, 

10-2261 
Venue to be shown in, 10-632 
Vindictive damages, effect of claiming, 10- 
678 



COMPLAINT OR PETITION— Cont'd 

Waiver of objections to, when not taken by 
answer, 10-647 



COMPOSITION WITH CREDITORS 

Joint debtor, separate composition by, 11- 
251 to 11-253 



COMPOUNDING 

Sales and use taxes on goods used or con- 
sumed in, 65-1361 



COMPRESSED AIR ILLNESS 

Reportable disease, Rules and Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 553 [Sec. 5] 



COMPROMISE AND SETTLEMENT 

Generally, 10-1001 to 10-1005 

Acceptance of offer of compromise, effect 
of— 
offer of judgment by defendant, 10-1001 
offer of judgment by plaintiff in case of 

counterclaim, 10-1002 
offer to liquidate damages, 10-1003 
Costs — 

after offer of compromise by defendant, 

10-1001 
after offer of compromise by plaintiff in 

case of counterclaim, 10-1002 
after refusal of offer to liquidate dam- 
ages, 10-1004 
Executor or administrator, compromise and 
settlement by, when permissible, 19-482 
Guardians ad litem, settlements by, 10-1005 
Highway department, power to compromise 

claims, 33-231 
Income tax, compromises by Tax Commis- 
sion, 65-350 
Joint debtors, composition of one of, satis- 
faction of judgment upon, 11-252 
License taxes, compromise of delinquent 
taxes, 65-879, 65-S80 
electricity, tax on, 65-910 
Offer of judgment — 
by defendant, 10-1001 
by plaintiff in case of counterclaim, 10- 

1002 
in magistrates' courts, 43-92 
Offer to liquidate damages, 10-1003 
acceptance of, effect of, 10-1003 
refusal of, effect of, 10-1004 
Order upon, in counties with cities 60,000 

to 70,000, 1940 census, 10-1114 
Refusal of offer to liquidate damages, effect 

of, 10-1003 
Tax Commission (this index) 



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COMPROMISE AND SETTLE- 
MENT— Cont'd 

Unemployment compensation, 68-31 
Worthless check prosecutions, compromise 
of, fees of magistrates, constables, and 
sheriffs in certain counties, 27-422, 27- 
423 



COMPTROLLER GENERAL 

Generally, 1-811 to 1-830 

Abstract of taxable property to be fur- 
nished to, by county auditors, 65-1766 
Appeals to, from county boards of equali- 
zation, 65-1892 
Appropriations, recording of, 1-815 
Assistance to, 1-S14 

Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commis- 
sion, audit of books and accounts, 28-205 
Attorney General to advise, 1-238 
Audit of books of county auditors and 

treasurers, 65-2.1 
Auditor, county, withholding salary of, 1- 

830 
Balance sheet, annual, for General Assem- 
bly, 1-820 
Bank, false certificate of cash balance of 

public officer penalized, 8-109 
Bond of, 1-811 
Bonds, official, forms of, to be furnished 

by, 5-56 
Bonds, public — 

annual statement of obligations, publi- 
cation of, 1-654 
bonded indebtedness of State, report on, 

1-776 
notification to disbursing officers of time, 
place and amount of payments, 1-651 
notification to taxing authorities of ma- 
turing obligations, 1-648 
political subdivisions, issues to be re- 
ported to Comptroller General, 1- 
646, 1-647 
report of violations of statutes to Attor- 
ney General and solicitors, 1-653 
Bookkeeping system for county offices, pow- 
er to prescribe, 1-826.1 
Books showing Treasury transactions, 1-820 
Budget and Control Board — 

estimate of needs of State, transmission 

to, 1-725 
financial statement to, 1-724 
membership in, 1-351 
statements to be furnished to, 1-724 
Circuit solicitors to report to, 1-253 
Clerks, bond and oath, 1-41 
Compensation not alterable during term of 

office, SC Const, Art 4, § 24 
Confederate pension records to be turned 

over to, 44-564 
Contingent accounts, recording of, 1-815 



COMPTROLLER GENERAL— Cont'd 

Cost of printing departmental reports to be 

reported to, 1-514 
County bookkeeping, supervision over, 65- 

1793 
County commissioners to report annually 

to, 14-210 
County officers, uniform system of reports, 

1-55 
County taxes, report of, 1-816 
County treasurer — 

affidavit as to funds, 65-2022 
audit of books of, 65-2.1 
bookkeeping system for, power to pre- 
scribe, 1-826.1 
charge off of losses in county offices on 
consent of Comptroller General, 14- 
317.1 
defaulting, powers and duties as to, 

1-845 to 1-848 
duties of Comptroller General as to, 

1-827, 1-82S 
reports, 65-2022 
settlements with, 1-827 
Debts due State to be reported to, 1-707 
Depositories of State funds to report de- 
posits to, 1-747 
Distribution of public money, recording ac- 
counts of, 1-829 
Duplicate of State Treasurer's receipts to 

be sent to, 1-844 
Election, SC Const, Art 4, § 24 
Electric companies, assessment for expenses 

of Public Service Commission, 24-4 
Executive department, membership in, 1-1 
Fees to be paid into State Treasury, 1-812 
General Assembly, pay certificates to be 
furnished to Comptroller General, 30-70 
Indebtedness to State, report to General 

Assembly, 1-817 
Labor Commissioner to be furnished with 

blanks and forms by, 40-10 
Licenses to mine phosphates, notification of, 

1-375 
Office hours, 1-813 

Pensioners' names to be reported to Gen- 
eral Assembly, 1-818 
Public printing, payment for, 1-528, 1-529 
Public Service Authority, member of ad- 
visory board of, 59-2 
Public Service Commission, assessment of 

utilities for expenses of, 58-60 
Remittance sheet, copy of, to be furnished 
by Tax Commission, 65-664 

Salary, 1-812 
Schools — 

prescribing bookkeeping systems for, 

1-826.1 
report as to bond issues by, 1-646, 1-647 
Secretary of State to report to, as to fees 
and funds received, 1-206 



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COMPTROLLER GENERAL— Cont'd 

Settlement of county treasurers with audi- 
tors — ■ 
copv to be furnished to county officials, 

65-2032 
notification of, 65-2029 
Sheriffs, control over, in tax enforcement 

proceeding, 65-2786 
Solicitors, circuit, reports by, 1-253 
State Board of Health, member of, 32-1 
State canvassers, membership on board of, 

23-471 
State Rural Electrification Authority, di- 
rector and secretary-treasurer of, 24- 
304 
Taxes — 

assessment of property taxes, Comptrol- 
ler General to furnish forms, 65-1791 
executions, control of sheriffs as to, 

65-2786 
power to extend time for assessment, 
collection, or attaching of penalties, 
65-2 
rates, State, notice to county auditors, 

65-1770 
remission of penalties, 65-2010 
returns, forms prescribed or approved 
bv Comptroller General, 65-1641, 65- 
1642 
stay of collections, 65-2010 
Term of office, SC Const, Art 4, § 24 
Transfer of books and money by State 
Treasurer to successor, superintendence 
of, 1-821 
Treasurer, county. County treasurer, supra 
Treasurer, State, reports, 1-862, 1-863 
Unappropriated funds in State Treasury re- 
port of, to General Assembly, 1-819 
Vacancies in office, how filled, 1-2 
Vouchers of State Treasurer, examination 

of, 1-822 
Vouchers upon, to obtain payments from 

State Treasury, 1-826 
Warrants — 

lost, issuance of duplicates, 1-825 

State institution, in favor of treasurer of, 

when issuable, 1-856 
to be drawn only against money then on 

deposit, 1-761 
unpresented, writing off, 1-824 
when required, 1-823 



COMPULSORY SCHOOL 
ATTENDANCE 

Schools and School Districts (this index) 



CONCEALED WEAPONS— Cont'd 

Fines or penalties for carrying, 16-145 

division of fund between county school 
and pension funds, 17-404 
Forfeiture of, 16-145 

sale of forfeited weapons, 16-146 
Manslaughter with — 

additional penalty for, 16-93 
indictment for manslaughter to contain 
special count, 17-404 



CONCEALING OR HARBORING 

CRIMINALS 

Civil defense violators, 44-360 

Escaped convicts, 55-7 

Felons, 16-565(6) 

Industrial school for white girls, escaped 

inmates of, 55-165 
Rioters, 16-105 



CONCENTRATED FEEDING STUFFS 
Feeding Stuffs (this index) 

CONCILIATION 
Arbitration and Arbitrators (this index) 

CONCUBINE 
Mistress (this index) 

CONDEMNATION 
Eminent Domain (this index) 

CONDIMENTAL FEEDING STUFFS 

Poultry and stock preparations, 3-671 to 
3-678 

CONDITIONAL SALES 

Foreclosure, rural policemen not to receive 

fees for, 53-351 
Railroad property — 
description, 58-861 
recording, 60-251 
Sales and use tax, 65-1403 
Securities Act not applicable to securities 
evidencing indebtedness under, 62-51 
(12) 



CONCEALED WEAPONS 

Assault with — 

additional punishment, 16-93 
indictment, 17-404 



CONDITIONS 

Conveyance of land on, subsequent convey- 
ance as avoiding, 57-309 
Negotiable Instruments (this index) 



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CONDITIONS— Cont'd 

Pleading performance of conditions prece- 
dent in contract, 10-673 



CONDUCTORS 

Electric and interurban railways — 
failure to separate races on, 58-1334 
police powers of conductors, 58-1323 

Railroads (this index) 

Street Railways (this index) 



CONDUITS 

Research, Planning and Development Board 
may acquire, maintain, etc., 9-310(4) 



CONFECTIONERY 

Adulteration of, 32-1513 
Food as including, 32-1452 
License tax on sellers of, 65-784 



CONFEDERATE CROSS OF HONOR 

Improper use, punishment for, 44-657 

CONFEDERATE HOMES 

Generally, 44-751 to 44-757 

Admission to, 44-754, 44-755 
Commission to manage, 44-751 to 44-753 
Inmates, amount of pension of, 44-560 
Investigation and action as to inmate not 

properly on honor roll, 44-756 
Location of, 44-751 
Supplies, purchase of, 44-757 

CONFEDERATE PENSIONS 
Generally, 44-551 to 44-566 

Amount of, 44-560, 44-561 

Applications for, 44-555 

Constitutional provision, SC Const, Art 13, 

§S 
County boards of honor, 44-552 

compensation, 44-553 

duties, 44-553 

probate judge as clerk, 44-554 
Crimes and offenses — 

discounting or speculating in pension 
claims, 44-566 

fraudulent claims, 44-565 
Death, payments in event of, 44-562 
Enrollment books, custody of, 44-558, 44- 

559 
Expenses of administering law, 44-563 
Funeral expenses, 44-562 



CONFEDERATE PENSIONS— Cont'd 

Historical Commission's secretary to fur- 
nish information, 44-557 
Honor roll, 44-551 
Insane pensioner, payment of pension to 

wife of, 44-560 
Probate judge clerk of Confederate Veter- 
ans' Board of Honor, 44-55 ! 
member of Confederate Veterans' Board 
of Honor, 44-552 

Records as to pensioners, turning over to 

Comptroller General, 44-564 
Widows — 

amount of pensions, 44-560, 44-561 
constitutional provision, SC Const, Art 

13, §5 
death of, payments in case of, 44-562 
proof required of, 44-556 

CONFEDERATION 

Debts contracted under, to be valid, US 

Const, Art 6, cl 1 
States not to enter into, US Const, Art 1, 

§ 10, cl 1 

CONFESSION, JUDGMENT BY 
Judgment or Decree (this index) 



CONFESSIONS 

Juvenile and domestic relations courts, con- 
fession in children's court division, as 
evidence in other courts, 15-1202 



CONFIDENTAL COMMUNICATIONS 

Privileged Communications or Testimony 
(this index) 



CONFINEMENT 
Arrest (this index) 

CONFIRMATION 
Title and Ownership (this index) 

CONFISCATION 

Sec also Search and Seizure 

Compromise by Tax Commission in cases of, 

65-68 
Gambling devices, destruction after, 16-514 
Incorrect weights or measures, 66-154, 66- 

155 



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CONFISCATION— Cont'd 

Sale and disposition of proceeds from con- 
fiscated goods, 57-241, 57-242 
Seeds, 3-432, 3-433 

restitution, 3-432 
Soft drink taxes, unstamped bottles or syr- 
ups subject to confiscation, 65-857 



CONFLICT OF LAWS 

Extradition (this index) 

Flight, contracts and torts during, 2-8, 2-9 

Foreign Corporations ("this index) 

Foreign insurance companies. Insurance 
Companies (this index) 

Foreign Laws (this index) 

Foreign railroad companies. Railroad Com- 
panies (this indexl 

Full faith and credit to proceedings of other 
states, US Const, Art 4, § 1 

Homicide — 

death elsewhere from injury within State, 

17-454 
death within State from injury elsewhere, 
17-455 

Jurisdiction (this index) 

Limitation of actions, defendant out of 
State, 10-103 

Nonresidents (this index) 

Wills probated out of State, 19-281 to 19-286 



CONGAREE RIVER BRIDGE 

Authority to construct, 33-205 
Lighting of, 33-5 



CONGRESS 

See also Federal Government, Instru- 
mentalities, and Laws 

Absent members, compelling attendance of, 

US Const, Art 1, § 5, cl 1 
Adjournment — - 

consent of either House to adjournment 
of other, when required, US Const, 
Art 1, § 5, cl 4 
President's concurrence not required, US 

Const, Art 1, § 7, cl 3 
President to adjourn in case of disagree- 
ment on adjournment, US Const, 
Art 2, § 3 
quorum not required for adjournment 
from day to day, US Const, Art 1, 
§ 5, cl 1 
veto as affected by, US Const, Art 1, § 7, 
cl2 
Amendments to US Constitution, power to 

propose. US Const, Art 5 
Approval of orders, resolutions, etc., US 
Const, Art 1, § 7, cl 3 



CONGRESS— Cont'd 

Armed Forces (this index) 

Arrest, privilege of members from, US 

Const, Art 1, § 6, cl 1 
Arsenals, exclusive jurisdiction over, US 

Const, Art 1, §8, cl 17 
Arts, Congress may promote, US Const, 
Art 1, § 8, cl 8 
arrest during, members of Congress priv- 
ileged from, US Const, Art 1, § 6, 
cl 1 
Attendance — 

of absent members, Congress may com- 
pel, US Const, Art 1, § 5, cl 1 
Basis of representation in, US Const, Art 1, 
§ 2, cl 3 
reduction where right to vote is denied, 
US Const, 14th Amend § 2 
Bills- 
how passed, approved, objected to or 
passed over objection, US Const, 
Art 1, § 7, cl 2 
revenue, to originate in House but may 
be altered in Senate, US Const, Art 

1, § 7, cl 1 

Borrowing money, power of, US Const, Art 
I, §8, cl2 

Breach of peace, arrest of member of Con- 
gress for, US Const, Art 1, § 6, par 1 

Coinage of money, power as to, US Const, 
Art 1, §8. cl 5 
counterfeiting, power of Congress to pro- 
vide for punishment of, US Const, 
Art 1, § 8, cl 6 

Commerce, interstate and foreign to be reg- 
ulated by, US Const, Art 1, § 8, cl 3 

Common defense, power of Congress to 
provide for, US Const, Art 1, § 8, cl 1 

Compensation of members, US Const, Art 
1, § 6, cl 1 

Constitution, power of Congress to make 
laws for executing requirements of, US 
Const, Art 1, § 8, cl 18 

Copyrights, Congress may provide for grant 
of, US Const, Art 1, § 8, cl 8 

Courts, inferior, power to create, US Const, 
Art 1, § 8, cl 9 

Death of persons from whom House may 
choose President and Senate a Vice- 
President, power to provide for case of, 
US Const, 20th Amend § 4 

Debates, members not to be questioned for 
speech in, US Const, Art 1, § 6, cl 1 

Departments — 

appointing pow r ers may be vested by 
Congress in heads of, US Const, Art 

2, § 2, cl 2 

opinions of heads of, may be required by 

President, US Const, Art 2, § 2, cl 1 

Disorderly behavior, Congress may punish 

members for, US Const, Art 1, § 5, cl 2 



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CONGRESS— Cont'd 

District of Columbia, Congress to legis- 
late exclusively for, US Const, Art 1, 
§8, cl 17 
Districts — 

counties, congressional districts in, see 

index under name of county 
division of State into, 23-554 
Dockyards, exclusive power of Congress 

over, US Const, Art 1, §8, cl 17 
Election of members — 

House of Representatives, infra 
judge of, US Const, Art 1, § 5, cl 1 
Senate, infra 

time, place and manner of, powers of 

Legislature and Congress as to, US 

Const, Art 1, § 4, cl 1 

Exclusive rights to writings and discoveries, 

securing of, to authors and inventors, 

US Const, Art 1, § 8, cl 8 

Expulsion of member, US Const, Art 1, 

§5, cI2 
Extraordinary occasion, President may con- 
vene on, US Const, Art 2, § 3 
Felonies — 

arrest of member of Congress charged 

with, US Const, Art 1, § 6, cl 1 
high seas, felonies on, power of Congress 
to define and punish, US Const, Art 
1, §8, cl 10 
Forts, exclusive power of Congress over, 

US Const, Art 1, §8, cl 17 
General welfare, power to provide for, US 

Const, Art 1, § 8, cl 1 
Honors, receipt of, power of Congress to 

regulate, US Const, Art 1, § 9, cl 8 
House of Representatives — 
adjournment — 

day to day, by less than quorum, US 

Const, Art 1, § 5, cl 1 
Senate's consent, when required, US 
Const, Art 1, § 5, cl 4 
apportionment of Representatives, US 
Const, Art 1, § 2, cl 3 
apportionment to counties, see topics 
for particular counties 
ballot, to choose President by, when, US 

Const, 12th Amend 
citizen, Representative in Congress must 
have been, for seven years, US 
Const, Art 1, § 2, cl 2 
election of members, 23-553 

congressional districts, 23-554 

one member of House of Repre- 
sentatives to be elected from 
each congressional district, 23- 
555 
congressmen-at-large, when to be 

elected, 23-556 
every second year, US Const, Art 1, 

§ 2, cl 1 
judge of, House to be, US Const, Art 
1, § 5, cl 1 



CONGRESS— Cont'd 

House of Representatives — Cont'd 
election of members — Cont'd 

time, place and manner of holding, 
power to prescribe, US Const, 
Art 1, §4, cl 1 
writs of election to be issued in va- 
cancies, US Const, Art 1, §2, cl 
4 
emoluments of office, increase of, by 
Congress, as precluding appoint- 
ment of member to office, US Const, 
Art 1, § 6, cl 2 
executive authority of any state to issue 
writs for election to fill vacancies in 
House of Representatives, US Const, 
Art 1, §2, cl4 
impeachment, power of, US Const Art 

1, §2, cl 5 
Journal, infra 
members — 

age requirement, US Const, Art 1, 

§ 2, cl 2 
attendance of, penalties to secure, US 

Const, Art 1, § 5, cl 1 
compensation, US Const, Art 1, § 6, 

cl 1 
Election, supra, this group 
expulsion, US Const, Art 1, § 5, cl 2 
free passes by railroads, express or 
telegraph companies prohibited, 
58-4, 58-5 
number, US Const, Art 1, § 2, cl 3 
oath to support Constitution, US 
Const, Art 6, cl 3 
breach of, effect, US Const, 14th 
Amend, § 3 
Presidential elector, member shall not 

be, US Const, Art 2, § 1, cl 2 
privilege from arrest, US Const, Art 

1, §6, cl 1 
punishment, US Const, Art 1, § 5, 

cl2 
qualifications, US Const, Art 1, § 2, 
cl2 
rebellion, participation in, as dis- 
qualifving, US Const, Art 1, 
§ 6, cl"2 
returns of, House shall judge of, US 

Const, Art 1, § 5, cl 1 
terms, beginning and ending of, US 
Const, 20th Amend, § 1 
officers of, to be chosen by, US Const, 

Art 1, §2, clS 
President, when may choose, US Const, 

12th Amend 
proportion of representation, US Const, 

14th Amend, § 2 
quorum — 

for election of President, US Const, 

12th Amend 
majority to constitute, US Const, Art 
1, § 5, cl 1 



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CONGRESS— Cont'd 

House of Representatives — Cont'd 

revenue bills to originate in, US Const, 

Art 1, § 7, cl 1 
rules, power to make, US Const, Art 1, 

§ 5, cl 2 
Speaker and officers, power to choose, 

US Const, Artl, §2, cl 5 
term of office of Representatives in Con- 
gress, US Const, Art 1, § 2, cl 1 
two-thirds attendance required for elec- 
tion of President by, US Const, 12th 
Amend 
Two-thirds vote, infra 
voting for members of, qualifications of 
voters, US Const, Art 1, § 2, cl 1 
Immigration, power of Congress to regu- 
late, US Const, Art 1, § 9, cl 1 
Incidental powers, US Const, Art 1, § 8, 

cl 18 
International law, power of Congress to 
punish offenses against, US Const, Art 
1, §8, cl 10 
Journal — 

President's objections and votes on re- 
consideration to be entered on, US 
Const, Art 1, § 7, cl 2 
Senate and House to keep and publish, 

US Const, Art 1 § S, cl 3 
yeas and nays, when to be entered on, 
US Const, Art 1, § S, cl 3 
Land owned by United States, Congress to 
have power over, US Const, Art 1, § 8, 
cl 17 
Legislative powers, Congress as repository 

of, US Const, Art 1, § 1 
Members — 

arrest, privilege from, US Const, Art 1, 

§ 6, cl 1 
debates, speech in, not to be questioned 

for, US Const, Art 1, § 6, cl 1 
disorderly behavior, punishment for, US 

Const. Art 1, § 5, cl 2 
disqualifications. See House of Repre- 
sentatives, supra; Senate, infra 
Election of members, supra 
expulsion, US Const, Art 1, § 5, cl 2 
House of Representatives, supra 
number of, US Const, Art 1, § 2, cl 3 
Senate, infra 
Militia- 
organization of militia, power to provide 

for, US Const, Art 1, §8, cl 15 
power to arm, US Const, Art 1, § 8, cl 16 
Money, borrowing, power of Congress, US 

Const, Art 1, § 8, cl 2 
Navy — 

power to make rules for government of, 

US Const, Art 1, § 8, cl 14 
power to provide and maintain, US 
Const, Art 1, §8, cl 13 



CONGRESS— Cont'd 

Order concurred in by both houses of Con- 
gress, presentation to President, US 
Const, Art 1, § 7, cl 3 
Piracies, on high seas, power of Congress 
to define and punish, US Const, Art 1, 
§ 8, cl 10 
Post offices, power of Congress to establish, 

US Const, Art 1, § S, cl 7 
Post roads, power of Congress to establish, 

US Const, Art 1, § 8, cl 7 
Powers of, generally, US Const, Art 1, §§ 7, 

8 
Presents from foreign power not to be ac- 
cepted without consent of, US Const, 
Artl, §9, cl 8 
President — 

convening of Congress by, US Const, Art 

2, §3 
designation by Congress in case of fail- 
ure of President-elect and Vice- 
President-elect to qualify, US Const, 
20th Amend, § 3 
Privilege from arrest, Congress, members 

of, US Const, Art 1, § 6, cl 1 
Proceedings — 

journal of, to be kept, US Const, Art 1, 

§ 5, cl 3 
rules governing, power to determine, US 
Const, Art 1, § 5, cl 2 
Property of United States, power of Con- 
gress over, US Const, Art 4, § 3, cl 2 
Qualifications of members of, each House 
shall be judge of, US Const, Art 1, § 5, 
cl 1 
Quorum, majority of each House to con- 
stitute, US Const, Art 1, § S, cl 1 
Reconsideration of bills returned to, US 

Const, Art 1, § 7, cl 2 
Reconsideration of joint resolution objected 
to by President, US Const, Art 1, § 7, 
cl 3 
Representation in — 

abridgment of, by denial of right to vote 

at elections, US Const, 14th Amend, 

§2 

apportionment among states, US Const, 

14th Amend, § 2 

Resolutions to go to President, US Const, 

Art 1, § 7, els 2, 3 
Returns of its members, each House shall 

judge of, US Const, Art 1, § 5, cl 1 
Revenue bills, how acted upon, US Const, 

Art 1, § 7, cl 1 
Rules of proceeding, power of each House 

to determine. Art 1, § 5, cl 2 
Science, Congress may promote, by grant- 
ing exclusive rights, US Const, Art 1, 
§ 8, cl S 
Seat of government, exclusive power of 
Congress over, US Const, Art 1, § 8, 
cl 17 



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CONGRESS— Cont'd 

Securities of United States, punishing coun- 
terfeiters of, power of Congress to pro- 
vide for, US Const, Art 1, § 8, cl 6 
Senate — 

adjournment over three days requiring 
consent of House, US Const, Art 1, 
§ 5, cl 4 
advice and consent of, when President 
must have, US Const, Art 2, § 2, cl 
2 
age requirement for Senators, US Const, 

Art 1, § 3, cl 3 
appointment of Senators temporarily by 
executives of states, US Const, Art 
1, § 3, cl 2; 17th Amend 
appointments made by President, power 
in respect of, US Const, Art 2, § 2, cl 
2 
arrest, privilege of Senators from, US 

Const, Art 1, § 6, cl 1 
attendance of absent members, power to 

compel, US Const, Art 1, § 5, cl 1 
certificates of electors of President, etc. 
to be opened by president of Senate, 
US Const, 12th Amend 
citizen for nine years, Senator must have 

been, US Const, Art 1, § 3, cl 3 
classification of Senators, US Const, Art 

1, § 3, cl 2 
composition of Senate, US Const, Art 

1, §3, cl 1; 17th Amend 
disqualification of Senators to hold cer- 
tain other offices, US Const, Art 1, 
§ 6, cl 2 
election of Senators — 

by legislature of state, prior to con- 
stitutional amendment for elec- 
tion directly by the people, US 
Const, Art 1, § 3, cl 1 
by people, US Const, 17th Amend 
special provisions, 23-551, 23-552 
election returns of own members, Senate 
as judge of, US Const, Art 1, § 5, cl 
1 
emoluments not to be enjoyed by Sena- 
tors, US Const, Art 1, § 6, cl 2 
equal suffrage in Senate, no state to be 
deprived of, without its consent, US 
Const, Art 5 
expulsion of member, US Const, Art 1, 

§ S, cl 2 
free passes to Senators by railroads, ex- 
press or telegraph companies pro- 
hibited, 58-4, 58-5 
impeachment — 

judgment of, effect, US Const, Art 1, 

§3, cl 7 
sole power to try, US Const, Art 1, 
§ 3, cl 6 
Journal, supra 

legislative powers as vested in, US 
Const, Art 1, § 1 



CONGRESS— Cont'd 

Senate — Cont'd 

list of votes for President and Vice-Pres- 
ident sent to presiding officer, US 
Const, 12th Amend 
nominations made by President, powers 
in respect of, US Const, Art 2, § 2, 
cl2 
oath to support Constitution to be taken 
by members, US Const, Art 6, cl 3 
officers, power to choose, US Const, Art 

1, § 3, cl 5 
president pro tern to be chosen when 
Vice-President is absent, US Const, 
Art 1, § 3, cl 5 
privilege from arrest, treason an excep- 
tion, US Const, Art 1, § 6, cl 1 
punishment of Senators for disorderly be- 
havior, US Const, Art 1, § 5, cl 2 
qualifications of Senators — 

age requirement, US Const, Art 1, 

§ 3, cl 3 
citizenship, US Const, Art 1, § 3, cl 3 
inhabitancy of state, US Const, Art 

1, § 3, cl 3 
office holding under United States as 
disqualifying, US Const Art 1, 
§ 6, cl 2 
quorum — 

for election of Vice-President, US 

Const, 12th Amend 
majority to constitute, US Const, Art 
1, § 5, cl 1 
returns of members, Senate as judge of, 

US Const, Art 1, § 5, cl 1 
revenue bills, powers in respect of, US 

Const, Art 1, § 7, cl 1 
rules of procedure, power to determine, 

US Const, Art 1, § 5, cl 2 
seats of Senators, terms at which va- 
cated, US Const, Art 1, § 3, cl 2 
term of office of Senator, US Const, Art 
1, §3, cl 1; 17th Amend 
beginning and ending of, US Const, 
20th Amend 
tie vote as entitling Vice-President to 

vote, US Const, Art 1, § 3, cl 4 
treaties, powers in respect of, US Const, 

Art 2, § 2, cl 2 
two Senators from each state, US Const, 

Art 1, §3, cl 1; 17th Amend 
two-thirds attendance required for elec- 
tion of Vice-President, US Const, 
12th Amend 
two-thirds vote, when required. Two- 
thirds vote, infra 
vacancies, how filled, US Const, Art 1, 

§ 3, cl 2; 17th Amend 
Vice-President, when may choose, and 

how, US Const, 12th Amend 
Vice-President to be president of, US 
Const,. Art 1,13, cl 4 



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CONGRESS— Cont'd 

Senate — Cont'd 

Vice-President to have vote in case of 

tie in Senate, US Const, Art 1, § 3, 

cl 4 

vote, each Senator to' have one, US 

Const, Art 1, § 3, cl 1; 17th Amend 

Sessions of, US Const, Art 1, § 4, cl 2 

date for beginning, US Const, 20th 
Amend, § 2 
South Carolina, representation of in first 

Congress, US Const, Art 1, § 2, cl 3 
Speech in debate, members of Congress not 
to be questioned for, US Const, Art 1, 
§ 6, cl 1 
Territories, Congress to have exclusive ju- 
risdiction over, US Const, Art 4, § 3, cl 
2 
Two-thirds vote, when required — 

constitutional amendments, proposal of, 

by Congress, US Const, Art S 
disability to hold office, removal of, US 

Const, 14th Amend, § 3 
expulsion of member of Congress, US 

Const, Art 1, § 5, cl 2 
impeachment, conviction on, US Const, 

Art 1, §3, cl 6 
treaties, ratification of, by Senate, US 

Const, Art 2, § 2, cl 2 
veto, passing bill over, US Const, Art 1, 
§ 7, cl 2 
Welfare, general. Congress has power to 
provide for, US Const, Art 1, § 8, cl 1 
Yeas and nays of either House — 

when to be entered on journal, US Const, 

Art 1, § 5, cl 3 
when vote must be taken by, US Const, 
Art 1, § 7, els 2 and 3 



CONSERVATION 

Erosion prevention, acquisition of land for, 
29-14 

Federal Conservation Act. Federal Gov- 
ernment, Instrumentalities, and Laws 
(this index) 

Forestry (this index) 

Research, planning and development depart- 
ment to promote, 9-303(1) 

Soil Conservation (this index) 

Williamsburg County Development and 
Conservation Commission, 14-3581 



CONSERVATORS 

Banks (this index) 

Building and Loan Associations (this index) 

Investments — 

Federal Housing Administration, mort- 
gages or securities insured or issued 
by, 36-602, 36-603 
Home Owners' Loan Corporation bonds, 

36-604 
National Mortgage Associations, securi- 
ties of, 36-602, 36-603 
Sales exempt from Securities Act, 62-54(1) 



CONSERVATORS OF PEACE 
Judges as, ex officio, SC Const, Art 5, § 11 

CONSIDERATION 

Fraudulent conveyance as affected by, 57- 

304 
Negotiable Instruments (this index) 



CONJUNCTIVITIS 

Acute infectious conjunctivitis, exclusion 
from schools of persons afflicted with, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 557 [Sec. 18] 



CONNECTING CARRIERS 
Carriers (this index) 

CONNECTING LINES 
Railroads (this index) 



CONSIGNEE 
Bills of Lading (this index) 

CONSIGNOR 
Bills of Lading (this index) 



CONSOLIDATED HOUS- 
ING AUTHORITIES 

Housing and Redevelopment (this index) 



CONSENT 

Parties or attorneys, consents between. 

Stipulations (this index) 
Sexual intercourse by unmarried woman, 
age of consent, 16-80 
constitutional provisions, SC Const, Art 
3 §33 

[8 SC Code] — 16 



CONSOLIDATION 

Banks, 8-125, 8-126 

Corporations (this index) 

Drainage Districts (this index) 

Fraternal Benefit Associations (this index) 

Railroad Companies (this index) 

Trust companies, 8-125, 8-126 



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CONSPIRACY 

Child under fourteen, conspiracy to abduct, 
offense and punishment, 15-1386 

Civil defense violations, 44-356 

Civil rights, penalty for conspiracy against, 
16-101 

Kidnapping, conspiracy to commit, 16-92 

Restraint of trade, conspiracy in, prohibited, 
66-63 

Train robbery, conspiracy to commit, 16-334 



CONSTABLES 

See also Peace Officers; 
Police; Sheriffs 

For local provisions, see the particular 
counties and municipalities 

Generally, 43-301 to 43-331 

Alcoholic beverages, suspension for failure 

to enforce laws as to, 4-418 
Appointment, 43-301, SC Const, Art 5, §20 
special constables, appointment by Gov- 
ernor, 53-3 
Atomic Energy Commission, special State 

constables for, 53-731 to 53-736 
Attachment of property by. Attachment 

(this index) 
Authority to act throughout county, 43-316 
Bond. Official bond, infra 
Bribery (this index) 
Carriers (this index) 

Certificates for, fees of, clerk of courts for, 
27-53(34) 
local provisions, 27-68 to 27-101 
Circuit court, duties as to, 43-318 
Civil Arrest (this index) 
Civil defense violators, arrest of, 44-361 
Claim and delivery proceedings in magis- 
trates' courts, powers and duties as to, 
43-175 to 43-177 
Clemson College, municipal corporation of, 

22-234 
Clerk of court — 

bond of constable, filing and approval of, 

15-1738 
certifying attendance of constables, 15- 

1733, 15-1734 
contingent account of constable, certifi- 
cate to, 15-1739 
default of constable, proceedings on, 15- 

1738 
oath of office, administration of, 15-1738 
qualification of constable, certificate of, 

15-1738 
roll of constables, clerk of courts to keep, 
15-1767(11) 
size of book, 15-1770 
Compensation. Fees and commissions, infra 



CONSTABLES— Cont'd 

Coroner's jury, summoning of, 17-98, 17-99 
penalty for failure to execute or return 
writ, 17-102 
Counties with municipalities over 5,000, re- 
ports of arrests in, 53-7 
County governing body, duty to execute or- 
ders of, 43-317 
Executions — 

fees of, constable, 27-451(8) 

local provisions, 27-421, 27-452 
neglect to enforce or return, liability for, 

43-324 
return, 43-322, 43-323 
sale, advertisement of. 43-323 
Fees and commissions, 27-451 

agricultural liens, enforcement of, 45-510 
circuit court, attendance at, 43-318, 43- 

319 
county, payment by, 14-20, 14-21 . 
county governing body, executing or- 
ders of, 43-317 
General Assembly to fix compensation, 

SC Const, Art 5, § 24 
local provisions, 27-421 to 27-424, 27-452, 

27-453 
salary in criminal cases, deductions in 
certain cases from, 27-454 
Fish and game laws, cooperation in en- 
forcement of, 28-7 
Hawkers and peddlers, inspection of licenses 

of, 56-1216 
Homestead laws, penalty for violations of, 

34-65 
Informer's share of penalty for failing to 

enforce vagrant laws, 43-328 
Inquests, summoning coroner's jury, 17-98, 
17-99 
penalty for failure to execute or return 
writ, 17-102 
Interfering with, penalty for, 4-416, 16-105, 

53-199 
Jury duty, exemption from, 38-101 
Juvenile domestic relations courts — 
appointment for, 15-1131 
probation officers as having powers of 
constables, 15-1140 
Lee County parks, duty to police, 51-386 
Limitation of Actions (this index) 
Liquor laws, suspension for failure to en- 
force, 4-418 
Machine guns, possession of, 16-125, 16-126 
Magistrates — 

default of, in returning papers to general 

sessions, penalty for causing, 43-327 

fees for issue and hearing of rules against 

constables, 27-430 
penalty for failure to execute magis- 
trate's process, 43-326 
power to appoint constables, SC Const, 
Art 5, §20; 43-301 

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CONSTABLES— Cont'd 

Mileage. Fees, supra 

Military courts, serving process of,. 44-192 

Municipal courts — 

duty to arrest certain offenders, 15-909, 

15-910 
penalty for failure to make arrests, 15- 
910 
Oath of office, 43-307, 43-314 

clerk of courts to administer, 15-173S 
dueling, enforcement of law against, 50- 

53 
fees of clerk of courts, 27-53(46) 

local provisions, 27-68 to 27-101 
gambling, enforcement of laws against, 
50-52 
Obstructing constables, penalty for, 4-416, 

16-105, 53-199 
Official bond, 43-307 

fees of clerk of courts for taking and 
certifying, 27-53(46) 
local provisions, 27-68 to 27-101 
filing and approval of, 15-1738 
in county with population between 32,000 
and 32,900 (1940 census), 43-677, 43- 
678 
neglect to enforce or return execution, 

liability for, 43-324 
special constables appointed by Gover- 
nor, 53-5 
surety company not required, 50-60 
Oppression, misconduct, etc. in office- 
civil liability for, 43-329 
penalty for, 43-330 
Paving over funds, liability for failure of, 

43-325 
Peddlers and hawkers, inspection of licenses 

of, 56-1216 
Posse comitatus, power to call out, 53-199 
Probate courts' warrant or process, execu- 
tion of, 15-470 
Process — 

execution and return of, 43-320 
penalty for failure to execute magis- 
trate's process, 43-326 
service, how made, 43-321 
Qualification, 43-307 

Removal from office on conviction, 43-315 
Residence, 43-301 

Resisting constable, penalty for, 4-416, 16- 
105, 53-199 

Riots, duties as to, 16-103, 16-104, 16-111, 
16-112 

Salary. Fees and commissions, supra 
Sheriffs — 

countersigning certificates of attendance 

of constables, 15-1733, 15-1734 
summoning to attend circuit court, 53- 
201 
Special constables — 
Carriers (this index) 
Peace Officers (this index) 



CONSTABLES— Cont'd 

Special officer to make arrest, magistrate's 
appointment of, 43-217 to 43-220 

State Constables (this index) 

State Health Officer, duty to assist, 32-37 

Term of office, 43-301 

Towns of less than 1,000, 47-147, 47-150 

Trespassers, action for summary ejectment 
of— 
fee, 10-2243 
warrant, 10-2241 

Vagrant laws, penalty for neglect to enforce, 
43-328 



CONSTITUTION 

Federal. United States Constitution (this ] 

index) 
State. South Carolina Constitution (this 

index) 



CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION 

Conventions for proposing and ratifying 
amendments to the Constitution, US 
Const, Art 5 

Provision for, SC Const, Art 16, § 3 



CONSTITUTIONAL LAW 

Circuit judges to assist Supreme Court on 
constitutional decisions, when, 15-127, 
15-128 
constitutional provision for, SC Const, 
Art 5, § 12 
Declaratory judgment actions as to, Attor- 
ney General as party, 10-2008 



CONSTRUCTION CAMPS 

Abandonment, measures to be taken upon, 

Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 631 [Sec. 90] 
Arrangement, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 631 

[Sec. 76] 
Cooks to be free of communicable disease, 

Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 631 [Sec. 87] 
Definition for purpose of Health Board reg- 
ulations, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 630 
Delousing, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 632 

[Sec. 89] 
Drinking water, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

631 [Sec. 77, 78] 
Enforcement of health regulations, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 632 [Sec. 91] 
Food containers, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

631 [Sec. 85] 
Food handlers to be free of communicable 

disease, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 631 

[Sec. 87] 
Foods, spoiled or tainted, not to be served, 

Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 631 [Sec. 86] 



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CONSTRUCTION CAMPS— Cont'd 

Garbage, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 631 [Sec. 

79] 
Health Board regulations respecting, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 630-632 
Kitchen utensils, care of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 631 [Sec. 89] 
Location, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 630 [Sec. 

75] 
Milk or milk products, restrictions appli- 
cable to, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 631 

[Sec. 86] 
Physical examinations of food handlers. 

Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 631, 632 [Sec. 

87] 
Refuse, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 631 [Sec. 

79] 
Scavenger, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 631 

[Sec. 80] 
Screening. Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 631 

[Sec. 83] 
Sick persons, isolation of, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 632 [Sec. 88] 
Tableware, care of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

631 [Sec. 84] 
Toilets, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 631 [Sec. 

81] 
Vermin, elimination of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 632 [Sec. 89] 
Waiters to be free of communicable disease. 

Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 631 [Sec. 87] 
Washing facilities, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

631 [Sec. 82] 
Water supply, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 631 

[Sec. 77, 78] 



CONSULS 
Ambassadors and Consuls (this index) 

CONTAGIOUS DISEASES 
Diseases (this index) 

CONTAINERS 

Appeals from classification of farm prod- 
ucts, 66-332 

Barbiturates. Narcotics (this index) 

Beef, barrels. Beef (this index) 

Beer, soda water, or mineral water, contain- 
ers, etc. for, use by others in trade 
prohibited, 32-1523 

Brands on, 66-221 et seq. 

Bulk sales in, inapplicability of statute, 66- 
310 

Clams. Shellfish (this index) 

Construction of statute to avoid interfer- 
ence with Federal regulation of com- 
merce, 66-336 



CONTAINERS— Cont'd 

Corn meal, 66-316, 66-317 

marking of packages, 66-318 
Crabs — 

confiscation of containers of illegal-sized 

crabs, 28-875 
name and address of owner to be on con- 
tainers, 28-874 
Defined, 66-301 

Designation of contents, terms of, 65-303 
Docking for weight of, without allowance 

of value, penalized, 66-159 
Eggs, to bear classification, and producer's 

name and address, 66-603 
Exportation from State without consent of 

owner, 66-230 
False bottoms prohibited, 66-306 
Farm products, 66-321 to 66-336 
Flour, 66-316, 66-317 
Garbage cans in cities from 2,700 to 3,500, 

32-1311, 32-1312 
Hominy, 66-316, 66-317 
grits, 66-316, 66-317 
Inspections by chief of Division of Mar- 
kets, 66-328 
designation of inspectors, 66-329 
farm products, 66-331 
fees for, 66-333 
Licenses, suspension or revocation for fail- 
ure to classify farm products correctly, 
66-330 
Liquefied Gas (this index) 
Lubricating oil not to be used for products 

of another manufacturer, 66-462 
Meal, 60-306, 66-317 
Medicine, inapplicability of statute to sale 

of, 66-310 
Milk and Milk Products (this index) 
Mismarked packages, offering for sale or 

selling, 66-304 
Net contents to be shown on package, 66- 

302 
Ornamental containers, inapplicability of 

statute to, 66-310 
Ownership as evidenced by registered 

brand or mark, 66-225 
Oysters. Shellfish (this index) 
Packing to conform to standards as to 

receptacles and markings, 66-326 
Penalties for violation of statute, 66-311, 

66-335 
Petroleum products not to be used for prod- 
ucts of another manufacturer, 66-462 
Pork barrels, 66-352 

Possession, unauthorized, of marked con- 
tainers, 66-228 
Produce, branding or marking, 66-221 to 66- 

231 
Purchase or receipt from other than reg- 
istered owner, penalized, 66-227 
Refusal to deliver to lawful owner, effect of, 
66-229 



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CONTAINERS— Cont'd 

Sales and use tax, 65-1361, 65-1368 
exemption, 65-1404 

Sales in reliance upon labels, 66-305 

Standard containers, 66-321 et seq. 

Symbolic containers, inapplicability of stat- 
ute to, 66-310 

Trademarks (this index) 

Wine containers, regulation of, 4-224 

Workmen's Compensation Act as inappli- 
cable to manufacturers of, 72-107 



CONTEMPLATION OF DEATH 

Taxability of transfers in, 65-461 

within five years prior to death, 65-464 



CONTEMPT 

Adverse party's refusal to testify as, 26-508 
Alcohol, violation of restraining order as 

to sale, possession, etc. of, 4-405, 4-406 
Attachment for — 

fees of clerk of court for issuing, 27-55 
(27) 
local provisions, 27-68 to 27-101 
fees of sheriff for executing writ, 27-401 

(8) 
local provisions, 27-403 to 27-412 
Attorneys at law, punishment of, 56-151 
committee on grievances, powers of, 56- 
157 
Breach of peace as, 15-13 
Chester County Courthouse, abuse of build- 
ing or furniture during session of court, 
14-1351 
Children's courts, contempt of — 

failure to appear when summoned, 15- 

1401 
failure to support child after commit- 
ment, 15-1415 
Civil arrest provisions not applicable, 10- 

801 
Clerk of courts — 

failure to pay over funds, 15-1783 
money paid into court, failure to depos- 
it, 10-2154 
Compelling attendance and testimony of 

witnesses. Witnesses (this index) 
Courts-martial, contempt of, punishment for, 

44-202 
Deposit in court, for disobeying order as to, 

10-2312 
Depositions, failure of witness to attend, 26- 

702 
Electric companies, noncompliance with 
orders or process of Public Service 
Commjssion, 24-141 
Examination of witness by commission, fail- 
ure to appear and answer on, 26-608 
Executor or administrator, default of, in 
making annual return, 19-532 



CONTEMPT— Cont'd 

Hearing, right to, 15-12 

Judgment or decree, for enforcement of, 

10-1519 
Juvenile and Domestic Relations Courts 

(this index) 
Legislative body, punishability, SC Const, 

Art 3, § 13 
Moneys paid into court, clerk's failure as to, 

10-2154 
Penalty for, generally, 15-12 

restriction on, SC Const, Art 1, § 19 
Power to punish for — 

Charleston Civil and Criminal Court, 15- 

1535 
circuit court, 15-231.1 
coroner, 17-109 
Florence Civil Court, 15-1611 
Greenville County Court, 15-674 
Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court, 

15-1156 
Laurens Countv Domestic Relations 

Court, 15-1292 
magistrates, 43-134 
Marlboro County Court (this index) 
masters, 15-1821 

probate courts and judges, 15-451, 15-452 
Richland County Court, 15-775 
Reorganization Commission, proceedings 

by, 9-216 
Securities Act, failure to obey subpoena or 

summons under, 62-309 
Service of process and papers, applicability 

of certain provisions as to, 10-473 
Sheriff, penalty for contempt by. Sheriffs 

(this index) 
Show cause order or rule, disobedience of, 

Sup Ct Rule 19 
Supplemental proceedings, disobedience of 

orders in, 10-1738 
Tax Commission, disregard of summons is- 
sued by, 65-1455 
Telephone companies, contempt of public 
service commission in proceedings as 
to, 58-461 
Uniform Support of Dependents Act, pun- 
ishment of respondent under, 20-332 



CONTINGENT FEES 

Peace officers, contingent fees prohibited, 
16-216, 53-2 



CONTINUANCE 

Absence of witnesses, continuance for — 
bond or note, witnesses to, 26-9 
circuit court rule as to, Cir Ct Rule 27 

Adjournment of court, continuance on, 15- 
9.1 



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CONTINUANCE— Cont'd 

Adoption of Constitution, continuance of 
matters pending at time of, SC Const, 
Art 5, §34; Art 17, §11 
Clerk of courts, fees for filing affidavits, 27- 
53(10) 
local provisions, 27-68 to 27-101 
Costs on continuance, 10-1610 
Courts-martial, continuance of trials, 44- 

198 
Criminal case — 

amendment of indictment as ground for, 

17-410 
traverse of indictment not ground for, 
17-505 
Drainage district, suit for enforcement of 

lien, 18-565 
Nonresidents, 10-1204 
Probate courts, Prob Ct Rule 6 
Rail, common carriers by, proceedings be- 
fore Public Service Commission, Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 761 [Rule 22] 
Seventh judicial circuit, continuance of term 

of general sessions court, 15-276 
Supreme Court — 

cases not reached, 15-143 
hearings, Sup Ct Rules 9(2), 25 
Unauthorized insurers, 10-1204 



CONTRACTING 

Generally, 56-401 to 56-428 



CONTRACTORS 

Annual license fee. License fee, infra 
Applicability of regulations pertaining to, 

56-63 
Application for examination, 56-413 

rules and regulations pertaining to, Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 500, 501 [Sec. 4] 
Board of licensing — 
annual report, 56-412 
annual roster of contractors, 56-411 
appointment, 56-402 
bond of treasurer, 56-404 

rules and regulations as to, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 500 [Sec. 2] 
bylaws, 56-404 
chairman, 56-404; Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

p. 500 [Sec. 1] 
decision on charges, 56-423 
duties of secretary, 56-408 
expenditures 56-408; Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 500 [Sec. 2] 
meetings, 56-407; Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

p. 500 [Sec. 2] 
members, 56-402 
monthly report of contracts, 56-410 



CONTRACTORS— Cont'd 

Board of licensing — -Cont'd 
notification to — 

in advance of date for receiving bids, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 502 [Sec. 
14] 
of award of contract, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 502 [Sec. 14] 
oath of members, 56-403 
officers, 56-404 
personnel. 56-406 
quorum, 56-407; Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

500 [Sec. 2] 
records, 56-409 

register of contractors, 56-409 
regulations, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 

500-502 
seal, 56-405 

secretary-treasurer, 56-404; Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 500 [Sec. 2] 
bond of, 56-404; Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 500 [Sec. 2] 
duties of secretary, 56-408 
use of funds, 56-408 

vice-chairman, 56-404; Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 500 [Sec. 1] 
Certificates, classification or limitation of, 
56-415 

Classifications for licensing purposes, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 501 [Sec. 7] 
Definitions, 56-401 

for purposes of regulations, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 500 [Sec. 3] 
Examination — 

applicants, qualifications of, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 500 [Sec. 4] 
application for, 56-413 

rules and regulations pertaining to. 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 500, 501 
[Sec. 4] 
permit to bid not to be given prior to, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 501 [Sec. 
5] 
re-examination, 56-414 

rules and regulations pertaining to, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 501 [Sec. 
6] 
result, 56-414 

Fees. License fees, infra 
General contractor, definition of, 56-401 
for purposes of regulations, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 500 [Sec. 3] 
Invitation to bid to show that license re- 
quired, 56-417 
Joinder of actions against principal and 

surety on bonds of, 10-702 
License fee — 

annual license fee, 56-418 
collection, 56-419 
deposit, 56-420 
payment of, 56-419, 56-420 



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CONTRACTORS— Cont'd 

Licenses — 

applicants for licenses, qualifications of, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 500 [Sec. 
4] 
applications for licenses, 56-413; Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 500 [Sec. 4] 
Board of licensing, supra 
charges for revocation of license, 56-422 
examination for. Examination, supra 
expiration of, 56-421 
grounds for revocation of, 56-422 

bankruptcy proceedings, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 502 [Sec. 13] 
receiver, appointment of, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 502 [Sec. 13] 
information to bidders, necessity for, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 502* [Sec. 
12] 
issuance of license, conditions of, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 501 [Sec. 5] 
limitation groups, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 502 [Sec. 8, 9] 
prosecution for practice without license, 
56-427; Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
502 [Sec. 11] 
receiving bids without license, penalty 

for, 56-418 
reissue of, 56-424, 56-425 
renewal of license certificates, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 502 [Sec. 10] 
Lien for labor or material furnished to, 45- 

254, 45-255, 45-301 to 45-303 
Lost license, reissue of, 56-425 
Penalties for violations, 56-426 

receiving bids without license, 56-418 
Permit to bid not to be given prior to ex- 
amination of contractor, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 501 [Sec. 5] 
Public Contracts (this index) 
Register of contractors, 56-409 
Sales tax on building materials, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 852 [Reg. 20] 
State licensing board. Board of licensing, 
supra 

CONTRACTOR'S BOND 

Highway construction contractor. Bonds 

ft His index) 
Joinder of actions against principal and 

surety on, 10-702 



CONTRACTS AND AGREEMENTS 

Action on — 

beneficiary of contract as necessary par- 
ty, 10-208 

bond for performance, joinder of princi- 
pal and surety on, 10-702 

conditions precedent, pleading perform- 
ance of, 10-673 



CONTRACTS 



AND AGREEMENTS 
— Cont'd 



Action on — Cont'd 

counterclaims in, 10-703 
limitation of, 10-143(1) 

clauses reducing period as void, 10- 
116 
parties — 

interpleader, 10-219 

joinder of persons severally liable, 10- 

206 
proceedings against defendants not 
served. Parties to Actions (this 
index) 
sales and use tax law, compliance with, 
as prerequisite of action by nonresi- 
dent, 65-1468 
waiver of jury trial, 10-1208 
Aeronauts and air passengers, effect of con- 
tracts during flight, 2-9 
Agricultural labor, contracts for, 40-401 to 

40-404 
Barnwell County (this index) 
Bids and Bidding (this index) 
Bridges (this index) 
Bulk Sales Contracts (this index) 
Carriers (this index) 

Catawba-Ebenezer Townships Airport Com- 
mission, powers of, 2-473, 2-475, 2-476 
Charitable, Social and Religious Corpora- 
tions (this index) 
Charleston County (this index) 
Charleston Municipal Stadium Commission, 

power to let contracts, 5-705 
City improvement commissions of cities of 
5,000 to 10,000, limitations as to, 47- 
394 
Clarendon County, for road work and build- 
ing repairs, 14-1516 
Clemson College Board of Trustees, powers 

of, 22-205 
Clemson College bonds, contracts between 

college and holders, 22-272, 22-278 
Colleton County to keep within appropria- 
tions, 14-1583 
Conditions precedent, how pleaded, 10-673 
Construction of improvements, 18-522 
Cooperative marketing associations. Mar- 
keting Associations (this index) 
Corporations (this index) 
Cotton platforms, counties furnishing, 13- 
109 

Counties (this index) 

Darlington County, violation of statutory 

requirements as invalidating, 14-1692 
Debt, default, or miscarriage of another, 

promise to answer for, within statute of 

frauds, 11-101(2) 

Declaratory judgments as to, 10-2003, 10- 

2004 
Drainage commissioners, contracts with 

board of, 18-283 



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CONTRACTS AND AGREEMENTS 
—Cont'd 

Electricity rates, contracts for. Electric 

Companies (this index) 
Executor or administrator, special promise 
to answer for damages within statute of 
frauds, 11-101(1) 
Express companies, Public Utilities Com- 
mission's powers to inspect contracts of, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 753 [Rule 18] 
Fair Trade Act (this index) 
Flight, contracts entered into during, 2-9 
Foreign corporations — 

contracts with citizens deemed made in 

State, 12-703 
statutory provisions as part of contracts 
of, 12-704 

Future delivery, contracts for, 11-61 to li- 
es 
bucket shops prohibited, 11-67, 11-68 
definitions, 11-61 

hedging contracts valid, 11-65, 11-65.1 
local exchanges for posting quotations 

authorized, 11-63 
penalty for making or assisting in mak- 
ing void contract, 11-68 
statements to be furnished by agents, 

11-66 
valid contracts, 11-64, 11-65, 11-65.1 
void when actual delivery not contem- 
plated, 11-62, 11-64 
Gambling contracts, 11-51 to 11-55 
Greenville city, execution on behalf of, 47- 

1596 
Greenwood Airport Commission, 2-326 
Hedging contracts, 11-65, 11-65.1 
Horry County Airport Board may make, 

2-334(4) 
Hospital Service Plan (this index) 
Impairment of contract obligations, legis- 
lation forbidden, SC Const, Art 1, §8; 
US Const, Art 1, § 10, cl 1 
Incompetent and Insane Persons (this in- 
dex) 

Infants — 

apothecaries, certain provisions are not 

applicable to sale of drugs and medi- 
cines by, 11-156 
certain contracts cannot be ratified, 11- 

153 
educational purposes, loans, etc., for, 11- 

151 
judgments confessed or obtained against 

infant students on certain contracts, 

to be vacated, 11-155 
process not to be issued against infant 

students on certain contracts, 11-154 
ratification after attaining full age, 11- 

152 
Insurance contract or policy. Insurance 
(this index) 



CONTRACTS AND AGREEMENTS 
—Cont'd 

Jasper County Aeronautics Commission, 
power to contract with Federal govern- 
ment, 2-353 
Land contracts — 

recording, necessity of, 60-101 
unrecorded instrument, what constitutes 
notice of, 60-109 
Lexington County (this index) 
Lien upon contract price for labor or ma- 
terial furnished contractor, 45-254, 45- 
255, 45-301 to 45-303 
Limitation of actions, 10-143(1) 

clauses reducing statutory period void, 
10-116 
Marion County, 14-2809 
Marketing Associations (this index) 
Marlboro County, competitive bidding re- 
quired, 14-2861 
Marlboro County Airport Board, powers of, 

2-393(4) 
Marriage, contracts upon consideration of, 

within statute of frauds, 11-101(3) 
Marriage contracts, requisites of, 20-205 
Married Women (this index) 
Matriculation agreement of beneficiary ca- 
dets of The Citadel. Citadel (this in- 
dex) 
Medical College of the State of South Car- 
olina, beneficiaries of scholarships to, 
22-359, 22-362 
Minors. Infants, supra 
Municipality, limitation on right of officer 

to contract with, 47-804 
Negotiable Instruments (this index) 
Not to be performed within one year, within 

statute of frauds, 11-101(5) 
Parties to action. Actions, supra 
Partnership agreements. Partnerships (this 

index) 
Personal service contracts. Labor (this in- 
dex) 
Public Contracts (this index) 
Railroads (this index) 
Real estate contracts within statute of 

frauds, 11-101(4) 
Sale of goods for fifty dollars or more, con- 
tracts within statute of frauds, 11-103 
Saluda Countv Airport Commission, pow- 
ers of, 2-442(3) 
School contracts. Schools and School Dis- 
tricts (this index) 
Sealed instruments, what considered to be, 

11-1 
Sharecropping contracts, 40-401 to 40-404 
Shipment, contracts of. Carriers (this in- 
dex) 
State Industrial School Board, powers of, 

55-61, 55-62 
State Ports Authority, capacity of, 54-14(1) 
Statute of Frauds (this index) 
Taxation (this index) 



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CONTRACTS AND AGREEMENTS 
— Cont'd 

Telegraph companies, limitation of liabil- 
ity on messages, prohibited, 58-253 

Trademarked goods, contracts as to. Fair 
Trade Act (this index) 

Union County not to exceed appropriations, 
14-3453 

Walterboro-Colleton County Airport Com- 
mission, 2-282, 2-284 

Williamsburg County, 14-3561 

Williamsburg County Aeronautics Board, 
powers of, 2-455, 2-457 

Winthrop College Board of trustees, powers 
of, 22-407 



CONTRIBUTING TO DELINQUENCY 
OR NEGLECT OF CHILD 

Injunction against, 15-1184 



CONTRIBUTIONS 



Income tax, deduction from. 

(this index) 
Partnerships (this index) 



Income Tax 



CONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE 

Motor vehicles, operation of, 47-71 
Municipal Corporations (this index) 
Owner or lessee of aircraft, effect on lia- 
bility of, 2-6 
Railroad crossings, injury at, 58-1004 
Railroad employees, 58-1232 
Workmen's compensation — 

availability of defense where statute re- 
jected, 72-119, 72-120 
not available as defense to employer 
electing against statute, 72-118 



CONVERSION 
Trover and Conversion (this index) 

CONVERTING 

Sales and use taxes on materials used in, 
65-1361, 65-1368 

CONVEYANCES 
Deeds and Conveyances (this index) 

CONVICTION OF CRIME 

Accessories before the fact, 16-2 
Children's courts, adjudication in, 15-1425 
Competency of witnesses as affected by, 26- 

406 
Constable's removal from office upon, 43- 

315 
Credibility of witness as affected by, 26-406 
Jury service, as disqualifying for, 38-102 
Juvenile and domestic relations courts, ad- 
judication in children's court division of, 
15-1202 
Militia officer, discharge on conviction of 

infamous crime, 44-60 
Narcotics prosecutions as affected by con- 
viction under Federal narcotic laws, 32- 
' 1490 
Permissible, when, 17-508 
Sentence and punishment, prerequisite to, 

17-551 
Witnesses — 

competency of witness as affected by 

conviction, 26-406 
convicted perjurer or suborner disquali- 
fied as, 16-201, 16-202 
credibility of witness, effect of convic- 
tion on, 26-406 



CONTROL BOARD 
Budget and Control Board (this index) 

CONVALESCENT HOMES 

Health Board regulations respecting, Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 586, 587 

CONVENTIONS 

Amendment of Constitution of South Car- 
olina, conventions for, SC Const, Art 
16, §3 

Amendments to United States Constitution, 
conventions for proposing and ratifying, 
US Const, Art 5 

Political Parties (this index) 



CONVICTS 

Penal and Reformatory Institutions (this 

index) 
Penitentiary, convicts in. Penitentiary (this 

index) 



CONWAY 

Bonded indebtedness excepted from con- 
stitutional debt limits, SC Const, Art 
8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p 232] ; Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 

7, pp. 281, 282] 

Buildings, public, bonds for, exception from 
constitutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 

8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 232]; Art. 10, § 5 [Vol. 
7, pp. 281, 282] 

Bus system, 58-1561 to 58-1566 



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Drainage bonds, exception of from consti- 
tutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 8, § 7 
[Vol. 7, p. 232]; Art 10, §5 [Vol. 7. 
pp. 281, 282] 

Fire department, bonds for, exemption from 
constitutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 
8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 232]; Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 

7, pp. 281, 282] 

Funding of indebtedness, when permissible, 
SC Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 232] 

Lighting plant, bonds for, excepted from 
constitutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 

8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 232] ; Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 
7, pp. 281, 282] 

Public works commissioners, who to act 

instead of, 59-174 
Sewer bonds, exemption from constitutional 

debt limit, SC Const, Art 8, § 7 [Vol. 

7, p. 232]; Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 7, pp. 2S1, 
282] 

Storm sewer bonds, exemption from consti- 
tutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 8, 
§ 7 [Vol. 7, p. 232] 

Street improvement bonds, exception from 
constitutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 

8, § 7 [Vol. 7, p. 232] ; Art 10, § 5 [Vol. 
7, pp. 281, 282] 

Street lighting bonds, exception from consti- 
tutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 8, § 7 
[Vol. 7, p. 232]; Art 10, §5 [Vol. 7, 
pp. 281, 282] 

Waterworks bonds, exception from consti- 
tutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 8, § 7 
[Vol. 7, p. 232]; Art 10, §5 [Vol. 7, 
pp. 281, 282] 



CONWAY HOSPITAL 

Tax exemption, 6S-1S23 (4) 

CO-OPERATION COMMISSION 

Interstate Co-operation Commission (this 
index) 

CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATIONS 

See also Marketing Associations 

Generally, 12-801 to 12-820 

Acceptance of benefits of statute by pre- 
viously organized associations, 12-820 
Business, nature of, to be stated in petition 

for organization, 12-S04 
Calls for payment of subscriptions, 12-812 
Capital stock — 

amount, minimum, 12-808 
annual report to state as to amount sub- 
scribed for and paid in, 12-819 



CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATIONS 

— Cont'd 

Capital stock — Cont'd 

ownership, restrictions on. 12-809 

par value, minimum, 12-808 

petition to contain information as to, 12- 

804 
subscriptions to, 12-806, 12-807 
Cotton cooperative, membership in, 12-817 
Definition of terms used, 12-801 
Directors — 

election of, at meeting of subscribers, 12- 

810 
management, powers of, 12-811 
number, 12-810 
removal, 12-811 
term of office, 12-811 
'Dividends, 12-818 
Earnings, apportionment of, 12-818 
Educational fund, 12-818 
Electrical cooperatives. Rural Electric Co- 
operatives (this index) 
Investment in other cooperatives, 12-816 
Marketing Associations (this index) 
Name — 

annual report to state, 12-819 
petition for organization to state, 12-804 
to include word "cooperative," 12-S04 
Officers — ■ 

election, 12-812 
qualifications, 12-812 
removal of, 12-811 
Organization — 

authorized, 12-803 
certificate of charter, 12-814 
incorporators, board of, commission to, 

12-805 
meeting of subscribers, 12-810 
petition for, 12-804 

subscriptions, payment of, 12-806, 12-807 
Place of business — 

annual report to state, 12-819 
petition for organization to state, 12-804 
Powers — 

business, engaging in, 12-815 
investment in other cooperatives, 12-816 
President, election of, 12-812 
Recording — 

certificate of charter, 12-814 
marketing contracts. Marketing Associ- 
ations (this index) 
Report, annual, to Commissioner of Agri- 
culture, 12-819 
Reserve fund, 12-818 
Rural Electric Co-operatives (this index) 
Sales and use taxes on sales by, 65-1359 
Secretary of State — 

certificate of charter, granting of, 12-814 
petition for organization to be filed with, 
12-804 
Secretary or secretary-treasurer— 
bond, 12-812 
election of, 12-812 






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CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATIONS 

■ — Cont'd 

Stockholders — 

annual report to state number and 

names, 12-819 
ownership of stock, restrictions on, 12- 

809 
removal of directors or officers by, 12- 

811 
votes, limitation of, 12-809 
Treasurer — 
bond, 12-812 
election of, 12-812 



CO-OPERATIVE BANKS 

Income tax, exemption from, 65-226 

CO-OPERATIVE MARKETING ACT 

Generally, 12-901 to 12-975 

Adoption of provisions by existing organiza- 
tions, 12-909 
"Agricultural products" defined, 12-902 
Definition of terms, 12-902 
Marketing Associations (this index) 
Purpose, 12-903 



CO-OPERATIVE MARKET- 
ING ASSOCIATIONS 

Marketing Associations (this index) 



COOPER RIVER PARK AND 
PLAYGROUND COMMISSION 

Generally, 51-261 to 51-268 

Created, 51-261 

Federal aid, authority to accept, 51-266 

Gifts, authority to accept, 51-266 

Members, 51-262 

Penalties for violations, 51-265 

Powers and duties, generally, 51-263, 51-264 

Rules and regulations, 51-265 

Taxes — 

exemption of property, 51-267 

levy of taxes for activities of commis- 
sion, 51-268 
Territorial jurisdiction, 51-261 



COOPER'S HAWK 

Destructive bird, 28-4 

CO-PARTNERSHIPS 
Partnerships (this index) 



COPIES 

Certified Copies (this index) 
Common carriers, copies of certain instru- 
ments of, as evidence, 26-8 
Fees — 

clerk of courts, 27-53 (23, 56) 

local provisions, 27-68 to 27-101 
probate judge, 27-301(18, 19, 22) 

local provisions, 27-304 to 27-320 
Plats, recording of copy. Registration and 

Recordation (this index) 
Public documents, photograph or photo- 
static copies as evidence, 26-101 to 26- 
103 

Rail, common carriers by, number of copies 
in proceedings before Public Service 
Commission. Carriers (this index) 

Registration and Recordation (this index) 

COPPER COMPOUNDS 
Soft drinks as adulterated by, 32-1515 

COPYRIGHT 

Congress, powers of, US Const, Art 1, 
§8(8) 

Securities issued for, escrowing under Se- 
curities Act, 62-115 

CORDIALS 

Stamp tax on, 65-763 

CORES 

Sales and use tax, 65-1368 

CORN 

Burning of, punishment for, 16-314 

Bushels per barrel, 66-157 

Feeding Stuffs (this index) 

Germination standard, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 459 [Reg. 4] 
Hybrid seed corn, fostering production, 

processing and distribution, 3-406, 3-407 
Maximum toll for grinding of, 56-851 
Milling-in-transit rules, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 758 [Rule 51] 
Standard bushel, 66-157 

CORN COCKLE 

Noxious weed, Rules & Reg., Vol 7, p. 458 
[Reg. 2] 



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CORNMEAL AND GRITS 

Generally, 32-1551 to 32-1559 

Agriculture, Commissioner of — 

enforcement by, generally, 32-1557 
ingredients, power to change specifica- 
tions of, 32-1552 
inspection of premises and vehicles, 32- 

1556 
nonconforming products, seizure and dis- 
position of, 32-1555 
officers and employes of Agriculture De- 
partment, may act through, 32-1558 
Bushel of cornmeal, standard, 66-157 
Containers for cornmeal, 66-316 to 66-318 
marking of packages, 66-318 
used containers, prohibited, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 560 [Sec. 1] 
Definitions, 32-1551 
Exemptions, 32-1554 
Feedstuff, sale as, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

455 [Reg. 15] 
Ingredients required, 32-1552 
Labeling, 32-1553 

regulation requiring, Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7, p. 452 [Reg. 1] 
Penalties for violations, 32-1559 
Tags, permissibility, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 452 [Reg, 1, d] 



CORN SALAD 

Germination standard, Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7, p. 459 [Reg. 4] 



CORONACA AIR FIELD 

Tax exemption, 65-1523(64) 

CORONERS 

See also topics under names of 
particular counties 

Generally, 17-51 to 17-157 

Absence, magistrate to act in case of, 17-61, 
17-62 

Accident — 

highway, duty to report, 46-331 
recognizance from person killing by, 
17-155 
Autopsies. Post-mortem examinations, in- 
fra 
Bail and recognizance — 

adjourned inquest, recognizance from ju- 
ror to appear at, 17-110 
filing of bond or recognizance, Charles- 
ton County, 17-78 
material witnesses, recognizance from, 
17-155 



CORONERS— Cont'd 

Bail and recognizance — Cont'd 

mischance, recognizance from person 

killing by, 17-155 
person burying body without inquiry, 

recognizance from, 17-141 
qualification of sureties, how established, 

Charleston County, 17-77 
witness, recognizance from, 17-108, 17- 
115, 17-155 
Bond, 17-53, 17-54 

Bail and recognizance, stipra 
sureties, number of, 50-64 
Book of inquisitions to be kept, 17-128 
Books and stationery, furnishing of, in 

Charleston County, 17-73 
Burial of body before inquiry- 
penalties, 17-141 

proceedings in case of, 17-141 to 17-143 
Burial permit without inquest, 17-91 
Claims against county, 14-404.1 
Clerks of courts — 

contingent account of coroner, certifi- 
cate to, 15-1739 
findings of coroners on preliminary in- 
vestigations to be filed with, 17-92 
return by coroners of inquisitions and 

evidence to, 17-126 
return by coroners to, that cause of death 
is unascertainable, 17-143 
Commission, 17-55 

Commitment of persons implicated by find- 
ing of inquest, 17-153, 17-154 
form for, 17-153 
Commitment of witness to jail in default of 

recognizance, 17-115 
Contempt, power to punish for, 17-109 
Costs. Fees and costs, infra 
Deputies, 17-59, 17-60, 17-72 
bonds, 17-59, 17-60 
Charleston County, 17-72 
compensation, Charleston County. 17-72 
neglect or malfeasance, penalty for, in 

Charleston County, 17-80 
oath of office, 17-59 

enforcement of laws as to gambling, 
50-52 
term, 17-59, 17-60 
Deputv sheriff, coroner may not act as, 17- 

63 
Duties in Charleston County, 17-75 
Election, 17-51, 17-52; SC Const, Art 5, § 30 
re-election, when disqualified for, SC 

Const, Art 5, § 30 
time for holding, 23-303, 23-304 

Executions — 

acting when sheriff party to, 53-205 

writ directed to coroner, when, 10-1708 
Fees and costs — 

countv authorities, execution of orders 
of, 17-64 

county to pay, when, 14-20 



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CORONERS— Cont'd 

Fees and costs — Cont'd 
Inquests, infra 
preliminary investigation into cause of 

death, 17-93 
salary in lieu of, in Charleston County, 
17-74 
Findings on preliminary investigation to be 

filed with county clerk, 17-92 
Governor (this index) 
Highway accident, fatal, duty to report, 46- 

331 
Illness, magistrate to act in case of, 17-61, 
17-62 

Inquests — 

adjournments, 17-110 
attestation of inquisition, 17-125 

form for, 17-125 
body buried before inquiry, 17-142 
book of inquisitions to be kept, 17-58, 

17-128 
casual or violent deaths, 17-96 
chemical analysis — 
fees, 27-633 

suspected poisoning, 17-116 to 17-118 
clerk of court, return of inquisition and 

evidence to, 17-126 
commitment of persons implicated by 
finding of inquest, 17-153, 17-154 
form for, 17-153 
county solicitor's duties as to, 15-622 
disturbing or impeding, 17-109 
endorsement on return, 17-127 
filing of inquest papers, Charleston 

County, 17-78 
jurors- 
absent after adjournment, how re- 
placed, 17-111 
applicability of statutes as to, 38-3 
charge upon, 17-104 
compensation and mileage, 17-129 to 

17-136 
number, 17-103 
oath, 17-103 

particular counties, see relevant top- 
ics under names of counties 
recognizance to appear at adjourned 

inquest, 17-110 
summoning, 17-98 to 17-102 
Charleston County, 17-75 
compensation for, when, 17-100 
failure to attend, 17-102, 17-109 

Charleston County, 17-76 
fees of constable for summoning 
jury and witnesses. 27-451(3) 
local provisions, 27-421 to 27- 
423, 27-452 
number, 17-96 
officer's failure to perform duties 

required, 17-102 
return of warrant, 17-102 
warrant, form of, 17-101 
who may be called, 17-97 



CORONERS— Cont'd 

Inquests — Cont'd 

magistrates holding — 
compensation, 17-79 
fees of magistrate, 27-431 (IS) 

local provisions, 27-424, 27-433, 
27-436 
when, 17-61, 17-62 

Charleston County, 17-79 
physicians' fees in connection with, 27- 

633 to 27-635 
preliminary examination, 17-91 to 17-93 
proclamation, 17-106 
request as prerequisite, 17-94, 17-95 
return of inquisition and evidence, 17-126 

form for, 17-127 
scope of inquiry, 17-104, 17-105 
signatures to inquisition, 17-125 
suicide, inquiry into, 17-105 
testimony to be taken down in writing 

and signed, 17-115 
verdict, form of, 17-119 to 17-124 
warrant for persons implicated by find- 
ing, 17-151, 17-152 
witnesses- 
binding over, 17-155 
chemist attending inquest to receive 
mileage and per diem allowance, 
17-118 
commitment to jail in default of re- 
cognizance, 17-115 
disregard of summons or refusal to 

testify, penalty for, 17-108 
fees, Aiken County, 17-133 
oath, 17-112 
officer summoning jury, as witness, 

17-99 
recognizances, when to give, 17-108, 
17-115 
recognizance from material wit- 
ness, 17-155 
summoning and examination, 17-107 
fees of constable for summoning 
jury and witnesses, 27-451(3) 
local provisions, 27-421 to 27- 
423, 27-452 
testimony to be signed by, 17-115 
Investigation before inquest, 17-91 to 17-93 
Jailer, coroner may not act as, 17-63 
Jury and jurors. Inquests, supra 
Limitation of actions against, 10-144(1) 
Magistrates acting as — 
Inquests, supra 
neglect or malfeasance, penalty for, in 

Charleston County, 17-80 
when, 17-61, 17-62 
Malfeasance, penalty for, in Charleston 

County, 17-80 
Mischance, recognizance from person kill- 
ing by, 17-155 
Neglect, penalty for, in Charleston County, 
17-80 



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CORONERS— Cont'd 

Oath of office, 17-55 
deputies, 17-59 

gambling, enforcement of laws as to, 50- 
52 
Office- 
Charleston County, 17-73 
in courthouse, 17-58 
Orders of county governing bodies, duty to 

execute, 17-64 
Post-mortem examinations, 117-113, 117-114 

chemical analysis. Inquests, supra 
Prisoners of — 

keeping of, 55-412 

room in jail for, exclusive control by cor- 
oner, 55-413 
Railroad accident inquests to be filed with 
Public Service Commission, when, 17- 
157 
Recognizance. Bail and recognizance, su- 
pra 
Re-election, when disqualified for, SC Const, 

Art 5, § 30 
Report — 

to Governor in certain capital cases, 17- 

156 
to Public Service Commission on rail- 
road accident inquest, 17-157 
Residence, place of, SC Const, Art 5, § 30 
Salary in Charleston County in lieu of fees, 

17-74 
Sheriff (this index) 
Suicide, inquiry into, 17-105 
Term, 17-56; SC Const, Art 5, § 30 
Vacancy in office, 17-57 
appointment to fill, 17-57 
magistrate to act, 17-61, 17-62 
service under sheriff as creating, 17-63 

Warrant — 

issuance of, for persons implicated by 

finding of inquest, 17-151, 17-152 
jurors. Inquests, supra 
sheriff a party, coroner to act, 53-205 
summoning jury, form for, 17-101 

Witnesses — 

examination preliminary to possible in- 
quest, 17-91 
Inquests, supra 



CORPORATIONS 

Generally, 12-1 to 12-1083 

Abandonment of corporate purposes, certificate 

of, 12-608 
Actions by or against, 12-74, 12-101 

attempt to commence action against 

corporation, effect of, 10-101 
consolidation, effect of, 12-463, 12-506 
continuances where summons served on 
nonresident director, 10-432.1, 10- 
1204 



CORPORATIONS— Cont'd 

Actions by or against — Cont'd 

dissolution of corporation, effect of, 12- 

607, 12-644, 12-801 
members, corporations' actions against, 

12-7 
survival of action against legal repre- 
sentative of defunct corporation, 10- 
209 
verification of pleading by corporate offi- 
cer or agent, 10-604 
Agents — 

embezzlement by, ground for civil arrest, 

10-S02(1) 
highwav obstruction by, liability for, 

33-497 
service of process, agent for, constitu- 
tional requirement, SC Const, Art 9, 
§4 _ 
verification of pleading by, 10-604 
Alcoholic beverage licenses to, 4-33 
Aliens, land ownership by corporations con- 
trolled by, 57-101 to 57-104 
Anti-trust laws, violation of, forfeiture of 

charter as penalty, 66-52, 66-66 
Architecture, practice of, 56-59 
Articles of incorporation — 
Charters, infra 

Rural Electric Co-operatives (this index) 
securities registration, submission with 
applications for, 62-110 
Attachment of stock. Attachment (this in- 
dex) 
Banking operations forbidden to, 12-77 
Banks (this index) 
Bills of credit, issuance of, when prohibited, 

12-9 
Bonds — 

Canal Companies (this index) 
conditions of issuance, SC Const, Art 9, 

§ 10 
consideration for issuance, 12-231 
consolidated corporations, 12-465 
power to issue, 12-102 
Books to be open to inspection of stockholders, 

12-263 
Borrowing money, power of, 12-102 
Building and Loan Associations (this index) 

Business — 

annual report to give nature and kind, 12-1 
declaration to state nature of, 12-58 
place or places of, annual report to state, 
12-1 
Bylaws — 

bank's power to adopt. 8-131. 8-133 
Co-operative Marketing Associations 

(this index) 
Fraternal Benefit Associations (this in- 
dex) 
hospital service corporation, 37-1053 
mutual insurance companies, 37-381, 37- 
385 



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255 



CORPORATIONS— Cont'd 

Bylaws — Cont'd 

power to make, 12-74 

Rural Electric Co-operatives Cthis index) 

securities registration, submission with 

applications for, 62-110 
stock, issuance and transfer of, 12-76 
Calls— 

for payment of subscriptions, 12-55 

delinquency, power to penalize, 12- 
102 
registered holder as liable to, notwithstand- 
ing Stock Transfer Act, 12-308 
Canal, power to construct and operate for own 

use. 12-103 
Canal Companies (this index) 
Capital — ■ 

fraudulent misrepresentation as to, pe- 
nalized, 12-11 
Insurance Companies (this index) 
Capital stock generally, 12-201 to 12-286 
annual report to give particulars as to, 12-1 
Banks (this index) 

calls for payment of subscriptions, 12-55 
Cash Depositories (this index) 
Co-operative Associations (this index) 
declaration to state amount and how and 

when payable, 12-58 
decrease generally, 12-271, 12-276 to 12- 

286 
delinquency in payment of instalments, 

power to penalize, 12-102 
increase — 

generally, 12-271 to 12-275, 12-285, 12- 

286 
fees payable, 12-402 
number of shares and par value to be stated 

in declaration, 12-58 
organization fee, 12-81, 12-85 
Preferred stock, infra 
subscribers, initial meeting of, 12-52 
subscriptions — 

amount subscribed to be stated by 

declaration, 12-58 
payment, declaration to disclose, 12-58 
Securities Act not applicable, when, 
62-54(9) 
Carriers (this index) 
Casualty companies, power to become members 

of, 12-105 
Certificate of incorporation. Charters, infra 
Certificates of stock, 12-241 to 12-246 

alteration as affecting title to shares, 12-321 
bona fide holder, rights of, as unaffected by 
issuance of new certificate to replace 
one lost or destroyed, 12-322 
creditors' remedies to reach, 12-319 
destroyed certificates, 12-322 
failure to surrender for conversion in and 

to reduced stock, 12-282 
lien, corporation's right to, must appear on, 
12-320 



CORPORATIONS— Cont'd 

Certificates of stock — Cont'd 
lost certificates, 12-322 
new — 

in place of certificate lost or destroyed, 

12-322 
surrender of old, when prerequisite, 12- 
321.1 
reissuance on decrease of capital, 12-276 

to 12-278 
stamp tax on. Stamp Taxes (this index) 
surrender by dissenting stockholder on re- 
ceiving payment, 12-461, 12-635 

surrender of old as condition of right to 

new, 12-321.1 
Transfer of stock, infra 
Charitable, Social and Religious Corpora- 
tions (this index) 
Charleston National Guard (this index) 
Charters — 

abstract of certificate of incorporation to 
be furnished by Secretary of State 
to General Assembb', 1-207 
amendment, 12-401 to 12-404 
preferred stock, 12-212, 12-215 
procedure for obtaining grant or 

amendment, 30-301 to 30-303 
recording- 
amendments, 12-273 
Secretary of State to notify Tax Com- 
mission of, 12-4 
to permit hedging contracts, 11-65.1 
applicability of constitutional provisions 
to existing charters, SC Const, Art 
9, §16 
attested copy as evidence, 12-60 
Banks (this index) 
cancelation — 

defunct corporations, 12-623 
file on, 12-5 
recording, 12-609 

Secretary of State to notify Tax Com- 
mission of, 12-4 
declaration, copy of, as constituting, 12-59 
evidence, operation as, 12-60 
expiration, continuance of corporation 

after, for closing affairs, 12-601 
fees, 12-61, 12-81, 12-83, 12-85 

minimum, 12-82 
files on, maintained by Secretary of State, 

12-5 
Foreign Corporations (this index) 
forfeiture, 12-621 to 12-625 

for monopolistic practices, 66-52 
for violation of antitrust laws, 66-66 
nonuser for five years, 12-624, 12-625 
Fraternal Benefit Associations (this in- 
dex) 
grant or amendment, procedure for obtain- 
ing, 30-301 to 30-303 



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CORPORATIONS— Cont'd 

Charters — Cont'd 
indorsement — 

of decrease of capital stock, 12-2/9, 1-- 

280 
of increase of capital stock, 12-273 
issuance by Secretary of State, 12-51 

Tax Commission to be informed of, 12-4 
new or amended — 

as not affecting liabilities, 12-402 
fee, 12-403 
nonforfeiture by failure to hold meetings or 

elect directors, 12-353 
perpetual, 12-63 

preferred stock, provisions as to, 12-212 
provision for, to be made by general laws, 

SC Const, Art 9, § 2 
recordation, 12-80 

record in Secretary of States office, 12-0 
renewal — 

after expiration, 12-421 to 12-425 
certificate, 12-423 to 12-425 
recordation of, 12-424 
before expiration, 12-411 to 12-414 
certificate of, 12-411 to 12-413 
confirmation, 12-414 
form for, 12-411 
repeal, 12-401 . 

restriction of powers of corporation by, bL 

Const, Art 9, § 12 
revocation, certificate of, 12-608 
statutory provisions constituting part of, 12- 

71 to 12-77 
surrender- 
recording, 12-609 
to secure new charter, 12-402 
Church corporations. Charitable, Social and 

Religious Corporations (this index) 
Circuit Courts and Judges (this index) 
Citadel Board of Visitors as corporation, 22- 

305 
Civil arrest, embezzlement by corporate officer 

or agent as ground for, 10-802(1) 

Clemson College Board of Trustees as corpo- 
ration, 22-205 

Clerk of court to keep index of papers as to, 
15-1767(14) . 

Common Pleas Courts and Judges (this in- 
dex) 

Condemnation, power of. Eminent domain, in- 
fra 

Consolidation or merger, generally, 12-451 to 

12 " 466 
anti-trust laws not to be contravened by, 

12-466 
agreement of, 12-452 

filing and recordation, 12-454 
signature and acknowledgment, 12-453 
banks, 8-125, 8-126 

charter fees, 12-455 . 

church corporations. Charitable, Social 
and Religious Corporations (this in- 
dex) 



CORPORATIONS— Cont'd 

Consolidation or merger — Cont'd 
dissent from — 

failure of stockholder to dissent, 12- 

462 
rights of, dissenting stockholders, 12- 
459 to 12-461 
effect, 12-457, 12-458, 12-463, 12-464 
income tax as affected by gain or loss on, 

65-274 to 65-277 
recording, 12-454, 12-456 
right of, 12-451 m 

Rural Electric Co-operatives (this index) 
trust companies, 8-12, 8-125, 8-126 
Constitutional provisions as to, SC Const, Art 

9, §§1-21 
Contracts — 

Foreign Corporations (this index) 
irregularities in organization not to affect, 

12-62 
power to enter into, 12-102 
Control of one corporation by another not to 
be means of doing acts prohibited by Con- 
stitution, SC Const, Art 9, § 19 
Conversion of rural electrical corporation into 

co-operative, 12-1071 to 12-1074 
Co-operative Associations (this index) 
Co-operative marketing associations. Co-op- 
erative Marketing Act (this index) 
County officer's interest in corporation as pre- 
cluding purchase by county, 14-320, 14- 
320.1 
Courts (this index) 
Criminal liability, enforcement of, 17-572 
appeals, 7-3 

indictment of corporation- 
place of, 17-407 

service upon corporation, 17-258 
magistrates, criminal procedure before, 43- 

123, 43-124 
sentence against corporation, enforcement 

of, 17-572 
venue, 17-407, 17-451 
Crossing of railroad or highway by railroad, 
electric railway, tramway, turnpike or 
canal constructed by corporation for own 
use, 12-103 
Cruelty to animals, acts of agents imputed to 

corporation, 6-2 
Debentures, exchangeability for preferred 

stock, 12-218 
Declaration. Organization, infra 
Deed of trust. Mortgage or deed of trust, in- 
fra 
Defunct corporations, cancelation of charters, 

12-623 
Destroyed stock certificate, replacement, 12-242 
to 12-245 

Directors — 

generally, 12-351 to 12-367 
active, 12-352 
advisory, 12-352 




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CORPORATIONS— Cont'd 

Directors — Cont'd 

annual report to give names and addresses, 
12-1 

Banks (this index) 

Canal Companies (this index) 

Charitable, Social and Religious Corpo- 
rations (this index) 

consolidation agreements, 12-452 

Co-operative Associations (this index) 

Co-operative Marketing Associations 
(this index) 

criminal liability for fraudulent misrepre- 
sentations, 12-73 

dissolution of corporation, powers after, 12- 

602, 12-603 

election of, declaration to state, 12-58 

false statement as to financial condition of 

company penalized, 12-355 
hospital service corporations, 37-1053 
increase or increase of capital stock, mis- 
representations regarding, penalized, 
12-235 
Medical Service Corporations (this in- 
dex) 
nonresident, 12-361 to 12-366 

continuance of action, right to, 12-366 
service of summons by serving Secre- 
tary of State, 10-432.1 
quorum, 12-3 

Railroad Companies (this index) 
resignation of nonresident directors, effect 
on liability to constructive service of 
process, 12-366 
Dissolution — 

generally, 12-601 to 12-655 
actions by or against, effect on, 12-601, 12- 

603, 12-604, 12-607, 12-644 
certificate filed on, 12-608 

Charitable, Social and Religious Corpo- 
rations (this index) 
Common Pleas Courts and Judges (this 

index) 
continuance after, for closing affairs, 12-601 
directors' powers after, 12-602, 12-603 
distribution of assets, 12-606 
fraternal benefit associations, 37-880. 37-881 
hospital service corporations, 37-1073, 65- 

1073 
judgment or decree — 

entry of judgment against dissolved 

corporation, 12-607 
filing decree of dissolution with Sec- 
retary of State, 12-655 
lone director's powers after, 12-602 
medical service corporations, 37-1123 
railroad owning stock of competing road, 

58-936 
receiver, appointment of, 12-604, 12-065 
Rural Electric Co-operatives (this index) 
sale of property after, 12-602 
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CORPORATIONS— Cont'd 

Dissolution — Cont'd 

stockholders' approval, 12-642 
stockholders' petition for, 12-651 
Dividends — 

cash depository, restrictions on dividends, 

8-415 
co-operative associations, 12-S18 
Income Tax (this index) 
limited dividend housing corporations. 
Housing and Redevelopment (this 
index) 
nonpayment as ground for dissolution by 

court order, 12-651 
payable only from earnings or surplus, 12- 

201 
railroads guaranteeing dividends of other 

railroads, 58-934 
registered owner's right to, as unaffected 

by stock transfer act, 12-308 ~" 
stock dividends, when exempt from Secu- 
rities Act, 62-54(4) 
Domestic corporations — "™ "*" 

license taxes, 65-601 

additional license fee, 65-606, 65-607 
Elections — 

directors, statement as to election of, 12-5S 
Officers, infra 
Electricity — 

conversion of corporation supplying, into 
rural cooperative, 12-1071 to 12-1074 
filing articles upon, 12-1009 to 12- 
1011 
Electric Companies (this index) 
furnishing of. Rural Electric Co-opera- 
tives (this index) 
Electric railway, power to operate and con- 
struct for own use, 12-103 
Embezzlement by officer, agent, clerk or serv- 
ant, penalized, 12-10 
Eminent domain for crossing railroad or high- 
way by railroad, electric railway, tram- 
way, turnpike or canal constructed by cor- 
poration for own use, 12-103 
Employees — 

discharge, payment of wages due, 40-118 
officers as, for unemployment compensation 

purposes, 68-11 
place of payment of wages due, 40-113 
Express Companies (this index) 
False statement as to financial condition penal- 
ized, 12-355 
"ees, 12-81 to 12-83 

Secretary of State, infra 
Financial condition, false statement as to, pen- 
alized, 12-355 — i 
Foreign Corporations (this index) 
Foreign Mortgage Companies (this index) 
Fraternal Benefit Associations (this index) 
Gas Companies (this index) 



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CORPORATIONS— Cont'd 

General sessions courts — 
appeals to, 7-3 

jurisdiction of criminal charge against 
corporation, how obtained, 17-407 
Highways, liability for obstruction of, by 

agents, 33-497 
Hospital Service Corporations (this index) 
Income Tax (this index) 
Incorporation. Organization, infra 
Incorporators. Organization, infra 
Indictment of — 
place of, 17-407 

service upon corporation, 17-258 
Injunction — 

after judgment annulling corporate char- 
ter, 10-2269 
against unauthorized use of term "co-opera- 
tive," 12-802 
to suspend business of corporation, 10-2058 
Insolvency, stockholders' liability to creditors 

on, 12-72 
Insurance Companies (this index) 
Interest on claims against, 12-8 
Investigation of violations of law by, 66-111 to 

66-116 
John De La Howe School as corporation, 22- 

507 
Joint Stock Companies (this index) 
License fees. Licenses and License Taxes 

(this index) 
Lien on stock, certificate must state corpora- 
tion's right to, 12-320 
Life Insurance Companies (this index) 
Limited dividend housing corporations. Hous- 
ing and Redevelopment (this index) 

Liquidation — 

Banks (this index) 

Dissolution, supra 

hospital service corporations, 37-1073 

income tax as affected by gain or loss on, 

65-274 to 65-277 
Insurance Companies (this index) 
majority vote required, 12-63 
Loans, power to make, 12-102 
Lost stock certificate, replacement, 12-242 to 

12-245 
Magistrates, criminal procedure before, 43-123, 

43-124 
Manager, annual report to give name and ad- 
dress, 12-1 
Manufacturing companies — 

exemption of stock from taxation in hands 

of holder, 12-203 
mutual casualty companies, power to be- 
come members of, 12-105 
mutual insurance companies, power to be- 
come members of, 12-104 
mutual warehouse companies, right to be- 
come members of, 12-105 
shares in, as realty, 12-75, 12-203 



CORPORATIONS— Cont'd 

Manufacturing companies — Cont'd 

special legislation chartering, prohibited, 
SC Const, Art 3, § 34 

Marketing associations. Co-operative Mar- 
keting Act (this index) 

Medical Service Corporations (this index) 

Meetings. Stockholders, infra 

Mercantile corporations, exemption from ob- 
ligation to have public office and agent for 
service of process, SC Const, Art 9, § 4 

Merger. Consolidation or merger, supra 

Military corporations, 4-11 to 44-13 

Charleston National Guard (this index) 

Mortgage companies, foreign, conditions of 
admission to State, 12-706 

Mortgages — 

consolidated corporation, to secure obliga- 
tions issued in furtherance of consoli- 
dation, 12-465 
power to execute, 12-102 
Municipal Corporations (this index) 
Mutual casualty companies, power to become 

members of, 12-105 
Mutual fire insurance companies, power to be- 
come members of, 12-104 
Mutual insurance companies. Insurance 

Companies (this index) 
Mutual warehouse companies, power to be- 
come members of, 12-105 

Name — 

annual report to state, 12-1 
change of, 12-402 

Charitable, Social and Religious Corpo- 
rations (this index) 
"co-operative", restrictions on use of, 12-S02 
declaration to state, 12-58 
fraudulent use penalized, 12-10 
Insurance Companies (this index) 
requirements, 12-58 

veterans' organization, restrictions on use of 
name indicating connection with, 12- 
58.1 
Navigation Companies (this index) 
Negotiable Instruments (this index) 
Newspaper, publication in, of notice of inten- 
tion to file declaration, 12-56, 12-57 
Nonstock corporations — 

foreign, fees payable by, 12-733 
No par value stock — 

consideration for issue, 12-233 

fully paid, when considered as, 12-233 

presumed value for purpose of fees or taxes, 

12-217 
statement with respect to, 12-217 
Notaries public, corporate stockholders, direc- 
tors, officers, or employees as, 49-11 
Notes, power to make, 12-102 
Offenses. Criminal liability, supra 

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CORPORATIONS— Cont'd 

Office for transaction of business — 

corporations' duty to maintain, SC Const, 

Art 9, § 4 
Principal office, infra 

Officers — 

generally, 12-352 to 12-366 
Banks (this index) 

Charitable, Social and Religious Cor- 
porations (this index) 
Co-operative Associations (this index) 
Co-operative Marketing Associations 

(this index) 
criminal liability for fraudulent misrepre- 
sentations, 12-73 
Directors, supra 
election, 12-54 

annual report to give date of, 12-1 
constitutional provision, SC Const, Art 

9, §11 
corporate power, 12-74 
embezzlement by, as ground for civil arrest, 

10-802(1) 
endorsement of instrument payable to, 8-863 
false statement as to financial condition of 

company penalized, 12-355 
fraudulent use of name, 12-10 
Hospital Service Corporations (this in- 
dex) 
Insurance Companies (this index) 
mutual insurance companies. Mutual In- 
surance (this index) 
President, infra 

Railroad Companies (this index) 
rural electric co-operatives, 12-1047 
acknowledgment of instrument to 
which co-operative a party, offi- 
cer's power to take, 12-1004 
Secretary, infra 
Treasurer, infra 

unemployment compensation, when counted 
as employees for purposes of, 68-11 
Organization — 

generally, 12-51 to 12-65 
calls for payment of subscriptions, 12-55 
Canal Companies (this index) 
Charter, supra -^ 

Co-operative Associations (this index) 
' declaration- 
contents, 12-58 

copy of, to constitute charter, 12-59 
filing of, 12-56 

directors, election by subscribers, 12-52 

fees, 12-81 to 12-83 

income tax as affected by gain or loss on, 

65-274 to 65-277 
initial meeting of subscribers, 12-52 
irregularities not collaterally questionable, 

12-62 

Medical Service Corporations (this in- 
dex) 



CORPORATIONS— Cont'd 

Organization — Cont'd 

notice of intention, publication of, 12-56, 12- 

57 
officers, election of, 12-54 
papers of incorporators to be turned over 

to company, 12-64 
Railroad Companies (this index) 
Reorganization, infra 
special act, corporations created by, must 

organize in two years, 12-65 
subscriptions, minimum payment required, 
12-56 
Parks in cities over 50,000, 51-174 
Place of business, declaration to state, 12-58 
Plate glass insurance companies. Insurance 

Companies (this index) 
Pleading, verification of, by corporate officer 

or agent, 10-604 
Powers generally, 12-74, 12-101 to 12-105 

consolidation, effect of, 12-457 
Preferred stock — 

Banks (this index) 
convertibility, 12-212 
Co-operative Marketing Associations 

(this index) 
dissolution — 

preferences on, 12-212 
provision for retirement on, 12-641 
dividends, preferences permissible, 12-212 
exchange for common, permissibility of 

provision for, 12-211 
how authorized, 12-53 
redeemability, 12-212 
retireability irrespective of provisions for 

decrease of capital stock, 12-284 
series, issuance in, 12-212 
President — 

annual report to give name and address, 

12-1 
election, 12-54 

declaration to disclose, 12-58 
Principal office — 

annual report to state location, 12-1 
declaration to state location, 12-38 

Property, power to acquire and transfer, 12- 
102 

Proxy, voting by — 

rural electric co-operatives, 12-1034 
district meetings, 12-1042 
Public Service Companies (this index) 
Quo Warranto (this index) 
Railroad, power to construct and operate for 
own use, 12-103 

Railroad Companies (this index) 
Real estate — 

aliens, land ownership by corporations con- 

, trolled by, 57-101 to 57-104 
consolidation as not affecting title to, 12-458 
municipality annexing land owned by cor- 
poration, method as to, 47-19 
power to purchase and hold, 12-74, 12-102 



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CORPORATIONS— Cont'd 

Recapitalization, securities issued on, regis- 
tration under Securities Act, 62-118 
Receivers (this index) 

Religious corporations. Charitable, Social 
and Religious Corporations (this index) 
Reorganization — 

Banks (this index) 

income tax as affected by gain or loss 

on, 65-274 to 65-277 
Securities Act — 

not applicable to certain transactions, 

62-54(4, 6) 
registration under, securities issued on 
reorganization, 62-118 
Reports- 
annual, 12-1 

applicability of requirement, 12-2.1 
penalties for failure to report, 12-2.2 
remission of, 12-2.2 
Attorney General to prosecute failure to 

make, 1-240 
blank for, to be furnished by Tax Commis- 
sion, 12-2 
retirement from business, as affecting obli- 
gation, 12-608 
verification, 12-2 
Research, Planning and Development Board 
may guarantee obligations of corporations 
of which it owns all of voting stock, 
9-310(4) 
Return for taxation, forfeiture of charter for 

failure to make, 12-621, 12-622 
Rural Electric Co-operatives (this index) 
Sale of major assets, 12-631 to 12-635 
Seal, power to have and use, 12-74 
Secretary — 

annual report to give name and address, 

12-1 
change of address or residence of director, 
report to Secretary of State on, 12-363 
to 12-365 
election, 12-54 

declaration to disclose, 12-58 
nonresident directors, duty to report to 
Secretary of State, 12-363 to 12-365 
Secretary of State — 

abstract of certificates of corporations, 
to be submitted to General Assem- 
bly, 1-207 
charters — 

files on, 12-5 
issuance of, 12-51, 12-59 
notification of Tax Commission as to is- 
suance, amendment or cancelation, 
12-4 
recording papers connected with, 12-6 
declaration to be filed with, 12-56 
decrease of capital stock, action in respect 

of, 12-280 
dissolution decrees to be filed with, 12-655 
dissolution resolution to be tiled and record 
ed by, 12-643 



CORPORATIONS— Cont'd 

Secretary of State — Cont'd 
fees — 

certificate filed on dissolution, revoca- 
tion of charter or abandonment, 12- 
608 
consolidation of corporations, 12-455 

church corporations, 12-504 
decrease of capital stock, 12-81 
incorporation papers, filing of, 12-51, 

12-81 
increase of capital stock, 12-S1 
new or amended charter, 12-403 
receiving service of process on behalf of 

nonresident director, 12-362 
relief from forfeiture for nonpayment of 

taxes, 12-622 
renewal certificates, 12-416 
State Treasury, payment into, 12-81, 
12-287 
incorporation papers to be filed with, 12-51, 
12-81 
fee, 12-61 
increase of capital stock, action in respect 
of, 12-273 
fees for, 12-81 
new or amended charters, filing of papers 

connected with granting of, 12-403 
nonresident directors, attorney for service 

of process on, 12-361, 12-362 
report to General Assembly on increase 
or decrease of capital stock, 12-286 
Securities Act (this index) 
Sentence against, enforcement of, 17-572 
Service of process — 

constitutional requirement as to agent for 
service of process, SC Const, Art 9, 
§4 
nonresident directors, Secretary of State 
as attorney for service of process on, 
12-361 
summons, service of. Summons (this in- 
dex) 
warrant, service on corporation, 17-258 

Shares — 

Certificates, supra 
fractional, 12-283 
personal property, 12-75 
transfer — 

bylaws regulating, 12-76 
mode, power to prescribe, 12-102 
"shares," defined for purpose of trans- 
fer act, 12-305 
Social corporations. Charitable, Social and 

Religious Corporations (this index) 
South Carolina Industrial school, 55-101 
South Carolina Retirement System as having 
powers of, 61-2 

Special act — 

charter amendments by, confirmation of, 
12-404 



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CORPORATIONS— Cont'd 

Special act — Cont'd 

corporation created or charter amended 
by- 
decrease of capital stock, 12-281 
increase in capital stock, 12-274 
organization within two years, required, 
12-65 
State hospital, Board of Regents, 32-954 
State industrial school for girls, 55-152 
State may not own stock in, SC Const, Art 

10, §6 
Statement of assets and liabilities to be fur- 
nished stockholders annually on request, 
12-261 

State Ports Authority as having powers of, 

54-14(1) 
Steamboat Companies (this index) 
Stock- 
attaching conditions or preferences after 

issue, vote necessary, 12-216 
attachment of. Attachment (this index) 
Banks (this index) 
bylaws to govern issuance, 12-76 
Canal Companies (this index) 
Capital stock, supra 
Certificates of stock, supra 
classes, 12-211 

exchange of stock of one class for stock 
of another, 12-218, 12-219 
Common Pleas Courts and Judges (this 

index) 
consideration for issuance, 12-231 
consolidation, issuance in furtherance of, 

12-465 
director of banking corporation, minimum 

holdings, 12-351 
Dividends, supra 

future contracts. Contracts (this index) 
execution, levy of, on, 12-318 
issuance — 

conditions of, SC Const, Art 9, § 10 
payment as requisite, 12-234 
lien on, for amount of subscription, 12-101, 

12-102 
limited dividend housing corporations. 
Housing and Redevelopment (this 
index) 
No par value stock, supra 
number of shares to be stated in declaration, 

12-58 
other corporations, power of corporation 

to hold stock of, 12-102 
pledgee not liable as stockholder, 12-72 
Preferred stock, supra 
Railroad Companies (this index) 
sales and use taxes, exclusion of stock, 

65-1365, 65-1401 
Securities Act (this index) 
Shares, ante 

State may not own, SC Const, Art 10, § 6 
Steamboat Companies (this index) 
Street Railways (this index) 



CORPORATIONS— Cont'd 

Stock — Cont'd 

subscription, lien for, 12-101, 12-102 
subscriptions, in what payable, 12-232 
taxation of. Taxation (this index) 
title to, as unaffected by alteration of certifi- 
cate, 12-321 
Transfers of stock, infra 
treasury stock as including that acquired by 

exchange, 12-218 
value of, to be paid dissenting stockholder 
on consolidation, 12-459 to 12-460 
how determined, 12-460 
Stock dividends, when exempt from Securities 

Act, 62-54(4) 
Stockholders generally, 12-201 to 12-287 

actions against stockholders, corporation's 

right to maintain, 12-7 
books, right to inspect, 12-263 
Calls, supra 

Canal Companies (this index) 
Common Pleas Courts and Judges (this 

index) 
consolidation agreements, submission to, 

12-453 
Co-operative Associations (this index) 
Co-operative Marketing Act (this index) 
criminal liability for fraudulent misrepre- 
sentations, 12-73 
dissenting from proposed sale of major as- 
sets, rights of, 12-633, 12-634 
information for, 12-261 to 12-263 
liability to creditors — 

consolidation as not affecting, 12-464 
constitutional provision, SC Const, Art 

9, §18 
Constitution of State as limiting, 12- 

413 
extent, 12-72 
who liable, 12-72 
limited dividend housing corporations. 
Housing and Redevelopment (this 
index) 

meetings — 

generally, 12-251 to 12-253 
cumulative voting, 12-253 
election of directors, 12-353 
notice, 12-251 

for alteration of charter, 12-403 
for issuance of preferred stock, 12- 

213, 12-214 
for proposed sale or conveyance of 

major assets, 12-632 
special meeting to elect directives, 

12-353 
to consider increase of capital stock, 

12-272 
to consider proposed consolidation. 

12-453 
to consider proposed liquidation, 12- 

642 
to consider reduction of capital, 12- 
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CORPORATIONS— Cont'd 

Stockholders generally — Cont'd 
meetings — Cont'd 
place, 12-251 
proxies, 12-252 
quorum, 12-3, 12-252 
time. 12-251 

voting of stock, right of, as unaffected 
by stock transfer act, 12-308 
pre-emptive rights on increase of capital 

stock, 12-275 
Railroad Companies (this index) 
Rural Electric Co-operatives (this index) 
sale of major assets, consent required, 12- 

631, 12-632 
Steamboat Companies (this index) 
Street Railways (this index) 
Stock in other corporations, power to hold, 

12-102 
Street Railways (this index) 
Summons, service of, 10-421 to 10-424, 10- 
432.1 
foreign corporations, 10-423, 10-424 
Superintendent, annual report to give name and 

address, 12-1 
Surety Companies (this index) 
Surplus, decrease of capital to create, 12-277, 

12-278 
Survival of action against legal representative 

of defunct corporation, 10-209 
Taxation (this index) 
Tax Commission — 

annual report to. Reports, supra 
notification of issuance, amendment or can- 
celation of charter by Secretary of 
State, 12-4 
Telegraph Companies (this index) 
Tramway, power to construct and operate for 

own use, 12-103 
Transfers of stock — ■ 

apparent owner defined, 12-304 
applicability of stock transfer act, 12-302 
attempted transfer as amounting to promise 

to transfer, 12-315 
bona fide purchaser, rights of, after res- 
cission of transfer, 12-313 
books, entry on, 12-202 

requirement of, as affected by stock 
transfer act, 12-306, 12-308 
bylaws to govern, 12-76 
certificate defined, for purpose of Trans- 
fer Act, 12-305 
conflicting claims of endorsee and assignee 

of certificate, 12-309 
"delivery" defined for purpose of transfer 

12-305 
delivery of certificate as effectual to trans- 
fer title though unauthorized, 12-310 
delivery of unindorsed certificate as im- 
posing obligation to indorse, 12-314 
endorsement of certificate for purpose of 
transfer act, 12-303 



CORPORATIONS— Cont'd 

Transfers of stock — Cont'd 

foreign representatives of nonresident de- 
cedents, by, 19-600 
"good faith" defined for purpose of transfer 

act, 12-305 
indorsement defined, 12-303 
indorsement effectual in spite of fraud, du- 
ress, mistake, revocation, death inca- 
pacity or lack of consideration or 
authority, 12-311 
injunction against, pending litigation, 12-312 
interpretation of statute with view to uni- 
formity of law, 12-324 
law applicable in cases not provided for by 

statute, 12-323 
manufacturing corporations, 12-203 
method, 12-306 
"person" defined for purpose of transfer 

act, 12-305 
"purchase" defined for purpose of transfer 

act, 12-305 
"purchaser" defined for purpose of transfer 

act, 12-305 
rescission, 12-312 

restrictions on, to be stated on stock cer- 
tificate, 12-320 
Shares, supra 
"state" defined for purpose of transfer act, 

12-305 
"title" defined for purpose of transfer act, 

12-305 
"transfer" defined for purpose of transfer 

act, 12-305 
"value" defined for purpose of transfer 

act, 12-305 
warranties not implied by accepting pay- 
ment of debt secured by stock, 12-317 
warranties on sale of certificate, 12-316 
warranties not implied by accepting pay- 
ment of debt secured by stock, 12- 
317 
Treasurer — 

annual report to give name and address, 

12-1 
bond, 12-54, 12-354 
election, 12-54 

declaration to disclose, 12-58 
Treasury stock as including stock acquired by 

exchange, 12-218 
Trust Companies (this index) 
Turnpike, power to construct and operate for 

own use, 12-103 
University of South Carolina Board of trus- 
tees a body corporate, 22-104 
Usury as defense not available to, 8-8 
Verification of pleading by officers or agents 

of, 10-604 
Warehouse companies, power to become mem- 
bers of, 12-105 
Warrant, service upon corporation, 17-258 



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CORPORATIONS— Cont'd 

Water and waterworks companies. Water 

Supply and Waterworks (this index) 
Wiiithrop College Board of Trustees, 22-407 



CORPSES 



Cemeteries (this index) 
Dead Bodies (this index) 



CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS 

Penal and Reformatory Institutions (this 
index) 



CORROSIVE SUBSTANCES 
Dangerous Substances (this index) 

CORRUPTION OF BLOOD 

By conviction, forbidden, SC Const, Art 1, 
§8 

COSMETOLOGISTS 

Generally, 56-451 to 56-482 

Annual license fee, 56-46S 
Application of lotions or fluids to patrons, 
method of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 507 
[Reg. 10] 
Apprentices and apprenticeship — 
apprentice defined, 56-451 
examinations, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

504 
qualifications of registered apprentice, 

56-462 
requirement of apprenticeship, 56-461 
serving apprenticeship, 56-463 
Appropriations by state for enforcement of 

regulations, 56-482 
Barbers, cosmetologists as exempt from 

regulations as to, 56-276 
Beauty parlor — 
defined, 56-451 

no charge for instructions to be made by, 
56-474 
Blood tests, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 507 

[Reg. 10] 
Board of examiners. State Board of Cos- 
metic Art Examiners, infra 
Brushes, cleansing of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

p. 506 [Reg. 4] 
Certificates of registration- 
display of, 56-470 

regulation as to, Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7, p. 507 [Reg. 11] 
fees, 56-468 

grounds for refusal to issue or renew, 
56-476 



COSMETOLOGISTS— Cont'd 

Certificates of registration — Cont'd 

hearing prior to refusal to issue, 56-477 
issuance of, 56-469 
renewal, 56-475 
requirement of, 56-452 
suspension of revocation of, 56-476 
Clothing of operator, Rules & Reg. Vol. * 

p. 506 [Reg. 9] 
Colleges. Schools and colleges of beauty 

culture, infra 
Combs, cleansing of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

p. 506 [Reg. 4] 
Communicable diseases as disqualifying op- 
erator, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 507 
[Reg. 10] 
Containers for cosmetics, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 507 [Reg. 10] 
Cosmetic art shop — 
definition of, 56-451 

no charge for instructions to be made by, 
56-474 
Creams, etc. — 

removal with fingers prohibited, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 507 [Reg. 10] 
to be kept in clean and closed containers, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 507 [Reg. 
10] 

Definitions, 56-451 

Dining room, use of beauty parlor as, pro- 
hibited, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 507 
[Reg. 10] 

Equipment, cleanliness of, Rules & Reg, 

Vol. 7, p. 506 [Reg. 2] 
Examinations — 

applications for, 56-465 

frequency of, 56-466 

reexaminations, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

504 
what included, 56-466 

Examiners, State Board of Cosmetic Art 
Examiners, infra 

Exemptions from regulations as to, 56-428, 
56-479 

Fixtures, condition of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7, p. 506 [Reg. 1] 

Floors, condition of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 506 [Reg. 1] 

Furniture, condition of, Rules & Reg. Vol. 
7, p. 506 [Reg. 1] 

Glass articles, cleansing of, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 506 [Reg. 4] 
Grade certificate, posting of. Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 507 [Reg. 13] 
Hair cloths, cleanliness and use of, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 506 [Reg. 8] 
Hairdressing establishment- 
defined, 56-451 

no charge for instructions to be made by, 
56-474 



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COSMETOLOGISTS— Cont'd 



Hands, cleansing of, immediately before 
serving each patron, Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7, p. 507 [Reg. 10] 

Headrest, covering of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7, p. 507 [Reg. 10] . . . ,, 

Itinerant cosmetologist, definition of, 56- 
451 

Licenses — 

annual license fee, 56-468 
Certificate of registration, supra 

Lipstick, individual only, to be used, Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 507 [Reg. 10] 

Living room, use of beauty parlor as, pro- 
hibited, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 507 

[RCg - 10] ■ , A , A 

Lotions to be kept in clean and closed con- 
tainers. Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 507 
[Reg. 10] 
Manager, definition of, 56-451 
Manicurists — 

instruments, cleansing and keeping of, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 506 [Reg. 

6] 
iodine tincture, use of, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 506 [Reg. 6] 
Metal articles, cleansing of, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 506 [Reg. 4] 
Neck-strips, use of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 

p. 506 [Reg. 8] 
Nonresidents, reciprocity as to, 56-467 
Operator, definition of, 56-451 
Penalties for violations, 56-481 

of regulations of State Board of Cos- 
metic Art Examiners, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 507 
Permanent wave pads, flannels, or sachets 
to be used once only, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 506 [Reg. 3] 
Powder, receptacles for, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 507 [Reg. 10] 
Practice of cosmetic art, definition of, 56- 

451 
Private residences, beauty parlors in, Rules 
& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 507 [Reg. 10] 

Qualifications — 

registered apprentice, 56-462 
registered cosmetologists, 56-464 
Rouge, individual rouge to be used, Rules 

& Reg., Vol. 7, p. 507 [Reg. 10] 
Rules of Health Board, posting of, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 507 [Reg. 12] 
Sales tax, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 854 [Reg. 

32] 
Sanitary rules and regulations, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 506, 507 
School girls practicing cosmetology, ap- 
plication of regulations as to, 56-480 
Schools and colleges of beauty culture — 
advertising by, restricted, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 503 



COSMETOLOGISTS— Cont'd 

Schools and colleges of beauty culture 
— Cont'd 
attendance records, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 503 
board may make rules and regulations 

for, 56-471 
curriculum, 56-472; Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, 

p. 504 
drainage, provision for, 56-471 
electrical devices, restrictions on use of, 

Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 504 
equipment, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 

504, 505 
examinations before issuing diploma, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 504 
subjects of, examinations, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 504 
information concerning, from Board of 
Cosmetic Art Examiners, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 503 
inspection of, by Board, 56-471 
library, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 505 
performance records, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 503 
permit required for operation, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 503 
physician to be on consulting faculty, 

Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 503 
posting of Health Board rules required, 
56-473; Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 507 
[Reg. 12] 
practice work — 

charges for prohibited, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 503 
permissible, when, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 503 
supervision by instructors, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 503 
registration of students, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 503 
residence, use as, 56-471 
sanitation, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 504 
shop not to be located at or affiliated 
with, 56-471; Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 503 
signs to be displayed in reception and 
work room, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 503 
sleeping in, forbidden, 56-471 
teaching staff, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

503 
ventilation, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 507 

[Keg. 10] 
water and drainage, provision for, 56-471 

Shops — 

copy of rules to be posted, 56-473 
regulations for management of, 56-471 
schools, shops not to be located at or 

affiliated with, 56-471; Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 503 
see also other appropriate lines in this 

topic 



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COSMETOLOGISTS— Cont'd 

Sleeping apartment, use of beauty parlor as, 
prohibited, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 507 
[Reg. 10] 
State Board of Cosmetic Art Examiners — 

annual report, 56-460 

appeal to circuit courts from, 56-478 

appointment, 56-453 

clerical help, 56-457 

compensation, 56-454 

Examinations, supra 

expenses of members, 56-454 

funds of board, 56-458 

grounds for refusal to issue or renew 
certificate, 56-476 

hearing prior to refusal to issue certifi- 
cate, 56-477 

nonresidents, licensing of, 56-467 

oath, 56-453 

office, 56-455 

officers, 56-456 

records, 56-459 

regulations for recognized schools and 
colleges of beauty culture, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 503-505 

seal, 56-455 

secretary, 56-456 

semi-annual audit, 56-460 

students' records, filing duplicates of, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 504 

suspension or revocation of certificates, 
56-476 

Sterilizers, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 506 

[Reg. 4] 
Storage cabinets, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

506 [Reg. 4] 
Towels, keeping and use of, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 506 [Reg. 5] 
to prevent hair cloth from touching 
skin, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 506 
[Reg. 8] 
Ventilation, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 507 

[Reg. 10] 
Walls, condition of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 

506 [Reg. 1] 
Water supply, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 506 

[Reg. 7] 



COSTS 
Fees and Costs (this index) 



COTENANTS 

Joint Tenants (this index) 

Mortgage foreclosure, purchase on, 45-2 

Partition (this index) 

Tenancy by the entireties — 

partnership not created by, 52-12 
Simultaneous Death Act as affecting dis- 
position of property, 19-304 

Tenants in Common (this index) 



COTTON 

Generally, 13-1 to 13-356 

Boll Weevil (this index) 

Book for inspection, duties of public gin- 

ners as to, 13-4 
Fraudulent packing, 13-2 
Future contracts. Contracts (this index) 
Larceny of, penalized, 3-41 
Local exchanges, authorized, 11-63 
Mills. Cotton Mills (this index) 
Numbering bales, duty of public ginners as 

to, 13-4 
Orangeburg Cotton Marketing Association, 

13-351 to 13-356 
Public ginners, duties of, 13-4 — 
Rates of storage, 13-3 
Sale of. Cotton, Sale of (this index) 
Sea Island cotton — 

requirement as to cottonseed meal, 3-545 
sale of. Cotton, Sale of (this index) 
testing of, 3-21 
Ties, eligibility to storage in State ware- 
house, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 462 
[Reg. 6] 
United States cotton standards adopted, 

13-1 
Warehouses (this index) 
Weighers and weighing. Cotton Weighers 
and Weighing (this index) 



COTTON, SALE OF 

Generally, 13-301 to 13-356 

Bagging, allowances for, 13-301, 13-302 
Beaufort County — 

license to traffic in unpacked lint cotton, 

13-322 
local exceptions, 13-315 
Bill of sale, 13-305 
Breakage, allowances for, 13-301 
Buyer's book, 13-305 

Charleston County, exceptions in, 13-315 
Chesterfield County, period for license to 

traffic unpacked lint cotton, 13-324 
Cities between 20,000 and 50,000, 13-272 
Colleton County, exceptions in, 13-315 
Factors and commission merchants — 

disposing of cotton without consent of 

owner, penalized, 69-6 
furnishing of sworn statements in sale 
of cotton, 13-306 
Fee for license for traffic in cotton, 13-312, 

13-313, 13-323, 13-338 
Form of license for traffic in cotton, 13-312, 

13-323, 13-338 
Hours of traffic in cotton, 13-321, 13-332, 
13-342 

Kershaw County, period for license to traf- 
fic in unpacked lint cotton, 13-324 

Lancaster County, period for license to traf- 
fic in unpacked lint cotton, 13-324 



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COTTON, SALE OF— Cont'd 

Laurens County, period for license to traf- 
fic in unpacked lint cotton, 13-324 
Lee County — 

hours for buying and selling seed cotton, 

13-336 
period for buying and selling seed cotton, 

13-335 
period for license to traffic in unpacked 

lint cotton, 13-324 
seed cotton, regulations as to, 13-335 
to 13-339 
License for traffic in — 

long cotton, 13-311 to 13-315 
seed cotton, 13-337 to 13-339 
unpacked lint cotton, 13-321 to 13-325 
Lint cotton, traffic in, 13-321 to 13-325 
Long cotton, traffic in, 13-311 to 13-315 
Marion County — 

hours of purchase of seed cotton, 13- 

342 
record of sale of seed cotton to be kept 
in part of, 13-341 
Marlboro County, period for license to traf- 
fic in unpacked lint cotton, 13-324 _ 
Orangeburg County Marketing Association, 

13-351 to 13-356 
Penalties, 13-306, 13-314, 13-334 
Period of traffic in — 
seed cotton, 13-331 

unpacked lint cotton, 13-321 to 13-324 
Records — 

Marion County, sale of seed cotton in, 

13-342, 13-343 
traffic in seed cotton, 13-333 
traffic in unpacked lint cotton, 13-325 
Sample, acceptance of goods corresponding 

to, 13-304 
Sea Island cotton. Long cotton, supra 
Seed cotton, traffic in, 13-331 to 13-343 
Sumter County — 

hours for buying and selling seed cotton, 

13-336 
period for license to traffic in unpacked 

lint cotton, 13-324 
seed cotton, regulations as to, 13-335 to 
13-340 
Sworn statements, duty of factors as to, 

13-306 
Tare- 
allowances for, 13-301 
fixing of, 13-303 
Unpacked lint cotton, traffic in, 13-321 to 

13-325 
Williamsburg County, period for license to 
traffic in unpacked lint cotton, 13-324 
York County, period for license to traffic 
in unpacked lint cotton, 13-324 

COTTON EXCHANGES 
Local exchanges authorized, 11-63 



COTTON MARKETING 
ASSOCIATION 

Orangeburg Cotton Marketing Association, 
13-351 to 13-356 



COTTON MILLS 

See also Textile Plants 

Excessive docking prohibited, 40-102 
Hours of labor, 40-61 to 40-64 
Pay of extra help, 40-102 

Separation of white and Negro workers, 40- 
452 

COTTON SEED 

Hulls, unmixed, excluded from regulation 

as feeding stuff, 3-601 
Standard bushel, 66-157 

COTTONSEED MEAL 

Fertilizers (this index) 
Nitrogen content, 3-545, 3-546 

COTTONSEED OIL COMPANIES 
Tax returns, 65-1722, 65-1723 

COTTON TIES 

Warehouse, State, eligibility to storage in, 
Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 462 [Reg. 6] 

"COTTON WASTE" 

As descriptive of bedding material, Rules & 
Reg., Vol. 7, p. 549 [Reg. 8] 

COTTON WEIGHERS AND 
WEIGHING 

Particular counties, sec specific topics under 
names of counties 

Generally, 13-101 to 13-275 

Accounting in certain localities, 13-273 
Anderson Township, applicability of pro- 
visions to, 13-117 
Appointment, 13-131 to 13-145 
Bamberg, appointments in town of, 13-134 
Biennial elections, 13-140 
Bishopvillc — 

bond in, 13-157 

mandatory appointments for, 13-131 

Bond, 13-102 

certain localities, 13-151 to 13-157, 13-264 

Breakage, charge of, 13-115 



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COTTON WEIGHERS AND 
WEIGHING— Cont'd 

Camden, city of — 

appointment of, 13-138 

bond in, 13-157 

buyer to sample, 13-250 

compensation, 13-228 

duties, 13-203 

leaving cotton on platform, 13-183 

term of office, 13-138 
Cameron, town of — 

appointment of, 13-138 

daily tests of scales, 13-192 

duties of, 13-201 
Central, duties in town of, 13-204 
Chappells, town of — 

compensation, 13-224 

daily tests of scales, 13-192 

duties of, 13-201 

election of, 13-145 

persons weighing cotton in, 13-245 
Charge of breakage, 13-115 
Cities between 20,000 and 50,000, 13-261 to 

13-275 
Columbia, township of — 

bond in, 13-157 

compensation, 13-228 

cotton left on platform at, 13-189 

deputies or substitutes in, 13-172 

duties, 13-204, 13-209 

election in, 13-137 

oath in, 13-157 

platform, duties as to, 13-188 

sales at public platform, 13-249 

testing scales in, 13-196 
Compensation, 13-113 

certain localities, 13-221 to 13-229, 13- 
268 
Counties, applicability of certain provisions 

to, 13-117 
Cross Hill, appointment in, 13-138 
Darlington, township of — - 

compensation, 13-224 

daily tests of scales, 13-192 

deputies or substitutes in, 13-173 

duties, 13-201 
DeKalb, appointment in township of, 13-138 
Denmark, appointments for town of, 13-134 
Deputy — 

appointment of, 13-104 

certain localities, 13-172 to 13-175, 13-270 
Duty of, 13-112 

certain localities, 13-201 to 13-211, 13-267 
Easley township, duties in, 13-204 
Ehrhardt, appointments for town of, 13- 

134 
Elections, 13-101 

certain localities, 13-131 to 13-145, 13-263 
Enforcement in certain localities, 13-275 
Gaffney, city of — 

compensation, 13-224 

contracts for platforms in, 13-185 

deputies or substitutes in, 13-175 



COTTON WEIGHERS AND 
WEIGHING— Cont'd 

Gaffney, city of — Cont'd 

duties at, 13-211 

election at, 13-132 

oath and bond in, 13-156 

platforms and scales to be supplied by 
weighers, 13-181 
Governor, appointments by, 13-138 
Heath Springs — 

bond in, 13-157 

compensation, 13-227 
Honea Path, township of— 

compensation, 13-221 

daily tests of scales, 13-192 

duties, 13-201 

election of, 13-144 

oath and bond in, 13-151 
Inspection of cotton, 13-271 
Insurance in certain localities, 13-269 
Kershaw township — ■ 

bond in, 13-157 

compensation, 13-224 

duties, 13-204, 13-208 

election at, 13-142 

liability of weigher at, 13-242 
Kingstree— 

appointment in, 13-138 

compensation, 13-225 

filling vacancy in, 13-166 
Lamar — 

compensation, 13-222 

daily tests of scales, 13-192 

duties of, 13-201 

elections at, 13-144 

oath and bond in, 13-151 
Lancaster township — 

bond in, 13-157 

compensation, 13-227 
Latta, expense of contracts for platforms in, 

13-187 
Liberty township — 

applicabilit}' of provisions as to, 13-117 

duties, 13-204 
Manning, appointments in town of, 13-133 
McCormick Township (this index) 
Mills, sales at, 13-106 
Numbering of cotton at time of webbing, 

13-110 
Oath, 13-102 

certain localities, 13-151 to 13-157, 13-264 
Olar, appointments for town of, 13-134- 
Orangeburg, appointments in city of, 13-136 
Orangeburg Cotton Marketing Association, 

payment to, 13-356 
Overcharging for weighing, penalty for, 13- 

114 
Penalties, 13-118, 13-119, 13-274 
Plantations, sales on, 13-106 
Platforms — 

certain localities, 13-181 to 13-196, 13- 
262 

compensation for furnishing, 13-109 



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COTTON WEIGHERS AND 
WEIGHING— Cont'd 

Platforms — Cont'd 

contracts by counties for, 13-109 

leaving of cotton on platform, 13-111 

market, cotton sold in, 13-106 

payment for use, 13-108 

provisions as to, 13-105, 13-106 

regulations governing platforms fur- 
nished under contract, 13-110 
Prosperity, Town of (this index) 
Qualifications in certain counties, 13-263 
Rates for weighing, 13-114 
Removal, 13-103 

certain localities, 13-161 to 13-166, 13- 
265 
Report of cotton weighed, 13-108 
Ridge Spring, town of — ■ 

daily tests of scales, 13-192 

duties of, 13-201 

election at, 13-141 

oath and bond in, 13-151 
Risk of loss — 

certain localities, 13-269 

cotton left on platform, 13-111 
St. Matthews, township of — ■ 

appointment, 13-138 

compensation, 13-227 

daily tests of scales, 13-192 

duties, 13-201 
Scales, 13-105, 13-106 

certain localities, 13-181 to 13-196, 13-262 

furnishing of, 13-107 

testing of, 13-107 
Seneca township — - 

annual elections, 13-139 

compensation, 13-224 

duties of, 13-204 

issuance of tickets at, 13-206 
State Warehouse Act, cotton stored in 

warehouse operating under, 13-244 
Substitutes. Deputies, supra 
Summerton, appointments in town of, 13- 

133 
Sumter city — 

deputy cotton weighers, appointment of, 
13-174 

election of cotton weighers, 13-135 

renting platform in, 13-184.1 
Surety. Bond, supra 
Swansea, town of — 

appointment, 13-138 

compensation, 13-227 

daily tests of scales, 13-192 

duties, 13-201 
Term of office, 13-101 

certain localities, 13-131 to 13-145, 13- 
263 
Testing of scales, 13-107 

certain localities, 13-192 
Townships containing cities over twenty 
thousand and under fifty thousand, 13- 
261 to 13-275 



COTTON WEIGHERS AND 
WEIGHING— Cont'd 

United States Warehouse Act, cotton stored 

in warehouse operating under, 13-244 
Vacancies — 

certain localities, 13-161 to 13-166 

filling vacancies, 13-103, 13-265 
Wagener — 

compensation, 13-227 

election. 13-138 
Wateree township, appointment by Gover- 
nor in, 13-138 



COUNCIL 

Generally, 47-51 to 47-56 

Appeal from municipal courts to, 15-912 to 
15-914 

Arrests by councilmen, 15-909 

in towns of less than 1,000, 47-149 

Aynor town, term in, 47-112 

Beaufort, per diem in, 47-1523 

Bethune, term in, 47-112 

Bluffton, term in, 47-112 

Bond in cities over 5,000, A7-Z77 

Bonneau, term in, 47-112 

Camden City (this index) 

Chapin, term in, 47-112 

Charleston city, application of rule of elec- 
tions to, 47-52 

Chester city, aldermen and mayor consti- 
tuting council in, 47-54 

Clinton city, mayor and aldermen consti- 
tuting council in, 47-55 

Clio, term in, 47-112 

Commission form of government. Munici- 
pal Corporations (this index) 

Cross Hill, election in, 47-114.1 

Delivery of money and books to successors 
in cities and towns of over 1,000, 47- 
204 

Ebenezer, Town of (this index) 

Election, 47-51 to 47-56 

Financial statements in cities and towns 
over 1,000, 47-280 

Florence City (this index) 

Fountain Inn city, elections in, 47-52 

General powers in towns of less than 1,000, 
47-141 to 47-152 

Georgetown City (this index) 

Gray Court, term in, 47-114 

Greenville city, duties in, 47-1595 

Greenwood City (this index) 

Hardeville, term in, 47-112 

Heath Springs, term in, 47-1 12 

Investigation of department and offices by, 
47-74 

Lancaster city, elections in, 47-52 

Laurens city, mayor and aldermen consti- 
tuting council in, 47-55 

Lowrys, term in, 47-112 

Lynchburg, term in, 47-112 



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269 



COUNCIL— Cont'd 

Marion, election, 47-52 

McClellanville, term in, 47-112 

Meetings in cities and towns over 1,000, 47- 

201 
Municipal health boards, penalty for failure 

to establish, 32-61 
Newberry city, council in, 47-56 
Nichols, term in, 47-112 
North Mullins, term in, 47-112 
Ocean Drive Beach, term in, 47-112 
Olar, term in, 47-112 
Pamplico, term in, 47-112 
Peace officers in cities between 7,000 and 

8,000, power as to, 47-402, 47-403 
Pelion, term in, 47-112 
Port Royal, term in, 47-112 
Public works commissioners, approval of 

debts, 59-181 
Records in towns of less than 1,000, 47-124 
Ridge Spring, term in, 47-112 
Ridgeville, Town of (this index) 
Sellers, term in, 47-112 
Silver Street, term in, 47-112 
Simpsonville, rule of elections in, 47-52 
Spartanburg City (this index) 
Subpoena, refusal to obey, 47-74 
Summerville city, rule of elections in, 47-52 
Sumter City (this index) 
Towns between 1,000 and 5,000, 47-311 
Towns of less than 1,000, 47-111 to 47-124 
Yemassee, term in, 47-112 



COUNCIL OF DEFENSE 
Civil Defense (this index) 

COUNSEL, ASSISTANCE OF 
Assistance of Counsel (this index) 

COUNSELORS AT LAW 
Attorneys at Law (this index) 

COUNT 

Indictment for murder, special count as to 
concealed weapons, 17-404 

COUNTERCLAIM AND SETOFF 
Generally, 10-703 to 10-707 

Allegations, deemed true, when, 10-608 

Answer, statement in, 10-652(2) 

Chose in action, setoff in action by assignee 

of, 10-706 
Contract, counterclaims in actions on, 10- 

703 



COUNTERCLAIM AND 

— Cont'd 



SETOFF 



Cross actions between codefendants, 10-707 

Demurrer to, 10-661 

Designation of, Cir Ct Rule 18 

Equitable and legal counterclaims, joinder 

of, 10-704 
Excess of counterclaim or set-off, judgment 

for, 10-1507, 10-1509 
Joint debtors, composition by one does not 

affect rights of others, 11-253 
Judgment — 

default judgment on failure to reply to 

counterclaim, 10-662 
excess of counterclaim or set-off, judg- 
ment for, 10-1507, 10-1509 
failure to reply or demur to answer set- 
ting up counterclaim, judgment on, 
10-662 
on admission of counterclaim, 10-1507 
Judgment roll, admission included in, 10- 

1507 
Magistrates, counterclaims in actions be- 
fore, 43-87 
Negotiable Instruments (this index) 
Offer of judgment by plaintiff, 10-1002 
Requirements for pleading, 10-703 
Separately stating and numbering, Cir Ct 

Rule 18 
Several counterclaims may be pleaded, 10- 

704 
Tort, counterclaims in actions of, 10-703, 10- 

705 
Verdict (this index) 



COUNTERFEITING 
Forgery and Counterfeiting (this index) 



COUNTIES 

For matters distinctive to particular counties, 
see title giving name of county 

Generally, 14-1 to 14-3652 

Actions, power to sue and be sued, 14-1 
Advertising by, charges for, 10-1308 
Agricultural agent — 

secretary of board of soil conservation 

supervisors, 63-125 
soil conservation district services to, 63- 
125 
Airports. Aeronautics (this index) 
Alcoholic beverage tax, proportion distribut- 
able to counties, 65-1255 
Amusements, power to levy license tax on, 

5-676 
Annexation of portion of one county to an- 
other, 14-101 to 14-110 
Appeal from governing body to circuit court, 
7-301 



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Apprenticing of children, when permissible, 

40-203 
Appropriations — 

particular counties, see under name 
of county 
continuance for another year where no 

supply act is enacted, 14-19 
disbursements may not exceed, when, 14- 

315 
keeping within, 1-54, 14-315 
Planning Act, implementation of, 14-381 
Attorneys, county — 

domestic relations courts, as counsel for, 

15-1141 
election or employment of, see index un- 
der name of particular county ' 
narcotics, enforcement duties under uni- 
form act, 32-1488 
Auditors — ■ 

particular counties, provisions distinc- 
tive to, see index under name of 
county 
abatement books, 65-1784 
abstract of property in tax district to be 
furnished Comptroller, 65-1766, 65- 
1767 
abstract of tax duplicate list to be sent 

to Comptroller General, 65-1790 
actions against for acts performed under 
tax statute, defense of, and payment 
of judgment, 65-2664 
agriculture, duties in respect of. Agri- 

• culture (this index) 
amount of taxes to be levied, determina- 
tion of, 65-1772 
appointment, 65-1741 

recess appointment, confirmation by 

Senate required, 1-121 
temporary, 65-1749 
audit of books of, by Comptroller Gen- 
eral, 65-2.1 
bond requirable, 65-1741 

particular counties, see index under 
name of county 
bookkeeping system, power of Comptrol- 
ler General to prescribe, 1-826.1 
\ breach of duty penalized, 65-6 

buildings, authority to enter and ex- 
amine to ascertain taxable value, 65- 
1764 
census returns to be deposited with, 1- 

607 
clerk of courts, monthly report of ac- 
counts of, 15-1785, 15-1786 
clerk of equalization board, to act as, 

65-1883 
compensation. Salary, infra, this group 
Confederate veterans' board of honor, 

member of, 44-552 
corrections of valuations, etc., 65-1779 
decedent's real estate, filing description 
of, 15-481 



COUNTIES— Cont'd 

Auditors — Cont'd 

Drainage Districts (this index) 
endorsement of deeds required for recor- 
dation, 60-56, 60-59 
fees for, 27-503 to 27-505 
'equalization board valuations to be ac- 
cepted by, 65-1890, 65-1891 
forfeited land commission, membership 

in, 65-2901 
forms for use of, to be furnished by 

Comptroller General, 65-1791 
inquiries of Comptroller General, duty 

to answer, 65-1792 
inspection of assessments by municipal 

tax officers, 65-1785 
instructions to, by Comptroller General. 

65-1791 
jury commissioner, duty to act as, 38-51 
legislative acts and joint resolutions, 

right to copy of, 1-564 
lists of real estate exempt from taxation, 

65-1765 
magistrate's report of collections filed 

with, 43-12 
notice of increase of valuation and assess- 
ment, 65-1853 
notices, charges for publication of, 10- 

1308 
oaths, power to administer, 65-1751 
oaths on taking office, 65-1748 
office room and equipment, 14-11 to 14- 

13 
omitted personalty, listing of, for taxa- 
tion, 65-1775 
omitted real estate, assessment of, 65- 

1776 
poll taxes, statement of names of persons 
failing or neglecting to make returns, 
65-153 
receipt to county treasurer for nulla 

bona executions, 65-2S02 
records of sales of real property, 65-1780 
removal from office, 65-1749 
report by — 

to county superintendent of educa- 
tion and school district trustees, 
of special tax levy and persons 
listed for poll tax, 65-154 
reports to Governor, forms for, 1-55, 1-56 

to tax assessors, 65-1850 
returns to. Tax returns, infra this group 
salary or compensation — 
county to pay, 14-20 
during suspension, 65-1749 
limitation of action for, in certain 

counties, 10-146(3) 
withholding by Comptroller until re- 
ports filed, 1-S30 
school fund, claims against, may not be 
acquired by, 21-961 



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COUNTIES— Cont'd 



Auditors — Cont'd 

settlement with treasurer, 65-2027 to 65- 
2029 
copy to be furnished to county offi- 
cials, 65-2032 
notice to Comptroller General, 65- 
2029 
special tax levy, report to county super- 
intendent of education of amount of 
taxable property subject to, 65-1769 
successor, failure to turn over books, pa- 
pers and property to, penalized, 65-6 
suspension from office, 65-1749 
V^tax laws, failure to perform duties im- 
posed by, penalized, 65-6 
tax lists, 65-1758 to 65-1763 

remarks on, regarding value of prop- 
erty, 65-1763 
tax returns — 

alphabetical list of persons making 

tax returns, 65-1847 
personalty, to be made by auditor 
when individual does not make, 
65-1632 
power to secure, 65-1639.1, 65-1639.3 
preservation, 65-1794 
railroad property, 65-1672 
unreturned property, search for and 

assessment of, 65-1849 
when and where receivable, 65-1752, 
65-1754 to 65-1757 
term of office, 65-1741 

commencement in Abbeville County, 

65-1742 
commencement in Berkeley County. 

65-1744 
commencement in Dillon County, 65- 

1745 
commencement in McCormick Coun- 
ty, 65-1746 

transportation companies, power to re- 
quire reports from, 65-1701, 65-1707 
usurpation of office penalized, 65-6 
vacancies, how filled — 
Dillon County, 65-1745 
in counties with city over 60,000, 65- 
1750 
withholding salary of, by Comptroller 
General, 1-830 

Bank deposits, charging off loss of, 14-317.1 
Bankruptcy Act, readjustment of indebted- 
ness under, consent of state to, 1-71 
Boards of commissioners, 14-201 to 14-210 
particular counties, provisions dis- 
tinctive to, see index under name 
of county 
account of claims audited and allowed, 

14-208 
bond, 14-202 
clerk, 14-203 

assistant, in Richland County, 14-204 



COUNTIES— Cont'd 

Boards of commissioners — Cont'd 

contempt, power to punish for, 14-206 
contracts, members not to be interested 

in, 14-205 
meeting, annual. 14-207 
members, 14-201 
notice to file claims with, 14-207 
oaths, power to administer, 14-206 
record of proceedings, 14-256 
report, annual — 

Comptroller General, 14-210 
to presiding judge, 14-209 
sales to county by members prohibited 

14-320 
term of office, 14-201 

Boards of Education. Schools and School 

Districts (this index) 
Boards of equalization. Taxation, infra. ,, 
Bodies politic and corporate, SC Const, Art 

3, §9; 14-1 
Bonds, 14-511 to 14-529 

particular counties, see under name 

of county. 

amounts issuable generally, SC Const 

Art 10, §5 [Vol. 7, pp. 276, 278, 

279]; 14-513 

definition of terms used in county bond 

act, 14-512 
election, 14-514 to 14-516 

separate issues of authorized bonds, 

14-517 
time for issuing bonds authorized by. 

14-513 
time for questioning certificate of re- 
sult, 14-516 
execution, 14-522 
fiduciary investments in, 14-527 
interest rate, 14-521 
maturities, 14-517 
negotiability, 14-519 
paving, 33-1359 to 33-1368 
payment, place of, 14-520 
pledge of credit for payment, 14-525 
public works revenue bonds laws not 

applicable to, 59-3S0 
purpose, 14-513 
redemption provisions, 14-518 
registration, 14-519 
reports to Comptroller, 1-646, 1-647 
Revenue Bond Act for utilities, exercise 

of powers under, 59-377 
Revenue Bond Refinancing Act of 1937 

as including, 59-652(1) 
sale, 14-523 

deposit of proceeds, 14-528 
minimum price, 14-524 
premium to be placed in sinking fund, 
14-528 

sinking funds, investment in defense se- 
curities, 14-10 
taxation, exemption from, 14-526 



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COUNTIES— Cont'd 

Bonds — Cont'd 

tax for payment, 14-525 
teacher's retirement funds, may invest 
in — 
Columbia School District 1, 65-504 
Richland County School District 2B 
and 4 through 33, 61-525 
when issuable, 14-513 
Bookkeeping systems in county offices to 
be prescribed by Comptroller General, 
1-826.1 
Boundaries, 14-51 to 14-96 

particular counties, see under name 
of county 
change of, 14-101 to 14-110 

conditions of, SC Const, Art 7, § 7 
city or town, boundaries running through 

prohibited, SC Const, Art 7, § 14 
retention until changed by General As- 
sembly, SC Const, Art 7, § 12 
Boxing commissions — 

generally, 5-303 to 5-308 
particular counties, see under name of 
county 
Bridges (this index) 

Budget, submission of, to General Assem- 
bly, 14-15 
Building and loan associations, investment 

of public funds in, 1-63 
Buildings — 

Insurance, infra 
tax exemption of, 65-1522(16) 
Capital Offenses and Punishment (this in- 
dex) 
Cash balances on annual settlement with 

Comptroller General, 14-422 
Causeways, liability for damages through 

defects in, 33-921 to 33-926 
"Central width" denned, 14-151 
Certificates of indebtedness, statutory au- 
thority required, 14-501 
Chain Gangs (this index) 
Children's Court (this index) 
Cigarettes or tobacco, share in fine for fur- 
nishing to minors, 16-556 
Circuit Courts and Judges (this index) 
Claims against — 

particular counties, claims distinctive 
to, see under name of county 
amount allowed, designation of, 14-430 
barred, when, 14-412 
charge for probate of, not to be made, 

14-414 
copies of, 14-430 

for legislative delegation, 14-424 
coroner, 14-404.1 
custody of claim, 14-407 
disallowance, 14-413 
endorsement, 14-430 
"file book" of claims, 14-405, 14-408 
itemization required, 14-402, 14-413 



COUNTIES— Cont'd 

Claims against — Cont'd 

memorandum in minutes of governing 

body, 14-406 
motor vehicles, county owned, accidents 

caused by, 14-401 
notice of increase of tax assessment ex- 
pense of giving, 65-1853 
officer unable to collect costs from de- 
fendant in criminal case, 14-404 
orders for payment, 14-415, 14-416 
poorhouse and farm, claims in reference 

to, 71-162 
post mortem, performance of, 14-404.1 
prerequisite to suit for injury to person 
or property on defective highway, 
33-923 
presentment for payment, limitation of 

time for, 14-412 
proof requirable, 14-413 
publication of list of claims audited, 14- 

425 to 14-429 
sheriff, 14-404.1 
supervisor, 14-404.1 
time for filing, and instituting suits on, 

14-401.1, 14-412 
vehicles, county, accidents caused by, 

14-401 
verification, 14-103, 14-402, 14-413 
Clerks of — 

generally. Clerks of Courts (this in- 
dex) 
particular counties, see under name of 
county 
Commission — 

creation of new county, 14-15 to 14-158 
proposed annexation of part of one 
county to another, 14-104 to 14-108 
Commissioners. Boards of commissioners, 

supra 
Commission form of government — 

counties with cities and towns of 2,000 to 

4,000, 47-470 
counties with cities of 4,000 to 10,000, 47- 
492 
Common pleas court in counties with cities 
60,000 to 70,000, 1940 census- 
appeals from other court or administra- 
tive bodies, entry on calendar and 
filing of pleadings, requirement of, 
10-1118 
Calendars (this index) 
filing and keeping of papers, duty of 

"clerk, 10-1110 to 10-1112 
filing of pleadings and papers, 10-1115 
rosters of jury and nonjury cases, 10- 

1117 to 10-1119 
settlement of case, order upon, 10-1114 
trial or hearing, entry on calendar and 
filing of pleadings as prerequisite 
for, 10-1118 



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273 



COUNTIES— Cont'd 

Compensation of officers, local or special 
laws fixing, permissible, SC Const, Art 
3, §34 
Comptroller — 

generally. Comptroller (this index) 
particular counties, see under name of 
county 
Condemnation of historic property by, 14- 

602 
Confederate Pensions (this index) 
Congressional districts, arrangement into, 
by General Assembly, SC Const, Art 
7, §13 
Consolidation, 14-166 

conditions of, SC Const, Art 7, § 10 
Constables (this index) 
Contracts — 

commissioners not to be interested in, 

14-205 
highway, restrictions on, 33-820 
poorhouses, contracts relating to, 71-161 
power to make, 14-1 
Convicts in State penitentiary, use of labor 

of, 55-327 
Coroners (this index) 
Corporate body, 14-1 
Cotton weighers, applicability of provisions, 

13-117 
Courthouse — 

particular counties, provisions distinc- 
tive to, see under name of county 
alterations or additions, 14-606 
buildings and fences on courthouse lots, 

55-429 
burning of, punishment for, 16-312 
change of location, how effected, 14-2 

restrictions on, 14-3 
clerks of courts, duties of, 15-1721 
exemption from levy and sale, 14-603 
exemption from taxes, 65-1522(16) 
exemption of employees from jury duty, 

38-101 
municipal health board, monthly inspec- 
tion by, 32-80 
offices in, for certain county officers, 14- 

11 
State flag to be displayed, 14-604 
wilful injury penalized, 14-607 
Courts — - 

accommodations for, where courthouse 

is not available, 14-14 
Children's Courts (this index) 
Clerk of courts, supra 
Common pleas court, supra 
Constables, supra 
County Courts (this index) 
Domestic relations courts, infra 
judicial circuits, arrangement by General 

Assembly, SC Const, Art 7, § 13 
Juries and Jurors (this index) 
Juvenile courts, infra 

[esccode] — is 



COUNTIES— Cont'd 

Courts — Cont'd 

Magistrates, infra 
Masters, infra 

Probate Courts (this index) 
Sheriffs (this index) 
Death sentence, transportation of convict 
under. Capital Offenses and Punish- 
ment (this index) 
Debt limit, constitutional, SC Const, Art 4, 

§5 
Defalcations, charging off, 14-317.1 
Diversion of taxes to payment of indebted- 
ness of previous year penalized, 1-54 
Division of, SC Const, Art 7, §§ 1-6 

New counties, infra 
Division of State into, 14-1 
Domestic relations court. Juvenile and 

Domestic relations court, infra 
Education, Superintendent of, acting as sub- 
stitute for jury commissioner in coun- 
ties containing city over 70,000, 38-51.2 
Elections — 

annexation of part of county to another, 

14-103, 14-106, 14-110 
boundaries, alteration of, SC Const, Art 

canvassers, county boards of, 23-451 
canvass of votes, 23-452 
contests, determination of, 23-453 
duplicate statements to be filed with 

clerk of county, 23-455 
misconduct or neglect of duty pe- 
nalized, 23-666 
returns, 23-454 
consolidation of counties, SC Const, Art 

7, §10; 14-166 
countv seat, removal of, SC Const, Art 

7, §8 
courthouse, proposed removal, 14-2 
district, each county to constitute, SC 
Const, Art 7, § 9 
for purpose of electing Representa- 
tives, SC Const, Art 3, % 3 
expenses of, chargeable to county, 23- 

605 
library, question of acquiring or estab- 
lishing, 42-102,42-111 
new counties, creation of, SC Const, Art 

7, §§ 1,2; 14-159 to 14-162 
registration boards. Elections (this in- 
dex) 
supervisor, 14-251 

tax levy to pay for paving, 33-1355 to 33- 
1359 

Electrical utility regulation, included in 

term "municipality" as to, 24-1 
Emigrant agents, licensing of, 16-564 
Employees — 

generally. Public Officers and Em- 
ployees (this index) 



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COUNTIES— Cont'd 

Employees — Cont'd 

particular counties, see under name of 
county 
Equalization boards. Taxation, infra 
Estimate of expenses, submission of, to 

General Assembly, 14-15 
Express companies, share of fines and pen- 
alties on, 58-17 
Fairs and Fair Associations (this index) 
Farm demonstration agents, 14-306 
Farm marketing centers, power to establish, 

3-251 
Federal savings and loan association, home 
loan bank or home loan bank board in- 
vestment of public money in shares, 
bonds or debentures of, 1-63 
Fees collected by officers, payment of into 
treasury may be required by special leg- 
islation, SC Const, Art 3, § 34 
Fees paid by, 14-20, 14-21 
Ferries, 33-801 to 36-926 

particular counties, provisions relat- 
ing to, see index under name of 
county 
charters for, granting of, 33-702 to 33- 

705 
claims for maintaining and operating, al- 
lowance and payment, 33-823, 33-824 
Finances — 

Budget and Control Board to co-operate 

in handling, 1-358 
general fund, confiscated goods, disposi- 
tion of proceeds of sale of, 57-241, 
57-242 
housing co-operation law, loans or dona- 
tions under, 36-306 
investments — 

Home Owners' Loan Corporation 

bonds, 36-604 
housing authorities' obligations, 36- 
163, 36-279, 36-412 
irregularities to be reported to general 

sessions court, 65-2033 
losses, charging off, 14-317.1 
Fire inspectors, 37-1156 

Fireworks, license of governing body re- 
quired for display of, 66-555 
Fiscal year, 14-16, 14-17 

particular counties, provisions distinctive 
to, see under heading giving name 
of county 
Foreign insurance companies, distribution 
of portion of license fees to county, 37- 
126 
Forestry boards. Forestry (this index) 
Forfeited land commissions, 65-2901 to 65- 
2904 

particular counties, see appropriate 
index headings 
assignment of bids, 65-2916, 65-2917 



COUNTIES— Cont'd 

Forfeited land commissions — Cont'd 

bidding in municipal property at tax sale, 

65-2768 
chairman, 65-2906 
deeds for land sold by, or by direction of, 

65-2918 
mineral leases, power to execute, 1-361 

to 1-363.1 
oil and gas leases, power to execute, 

1-361 to 1-363.1 
penalties recoverable by, for sheriff's 
failure to collect tax executions, 65- 
2795 
quorum, 65-2906 

sale of forfeited lands, 65-2908 to 65-2912 
proceeds, disposition of, 65-2919, 65- 
2920 
sale of property by former owner of for- 
feited lands, 65-2913 to 65-2915 
secretary, 65-2906 
suit to clear tax title, power to bring, 

65-3301 
tax sale, purchasing at, 65-2771, 65-2854 
personal property, 65-2825 
sheriff's fees on purchase by, 65-2921 
transfer of titles from State to, 65-2907 
Fumes, discharge of, in counties with city 

of over 65,000, 32-1851, 32-1852 
Funds not subject to levy, 14-18 
Game wardens. Fish and Game (this in- 
dex) 
Gasoline tax, participation in proceeds, 65- 

1074,65-1114 
Governing bodies — 

particular counties, see index under 
name of county 
bridges, duties with respect to, 33-607 
chairman as ex officio member of for- 
feited land commission, 65-2901 
countv solicitor as legal advisor of, 15- 

622 
disqualification of member to act on con- 
demnation for road purposes where 
personally interested or related to 
person claiming compensation, 33- 
835 
for purpose of legislation authorizing 

borrowing, 1-627 
health officer of State to advise, 32-39 
paupers, supervision over, 71-150 
paving districts, determination as to es- 
tablishment of, 33-1352 
poorhouse and farm, powers as to, 71- 

158 
poor persons, right to collect and receive 
moneys for use of, 71-151 
Grand jurors, fees of, to be paid by county, 

14-20 
Grand jury foreman to be notified of set- 
tlement of treasurer with auditor, 65- 
2029 

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COUNTIES— Cont'd 

Habeas corpus, charges for, when payable 

by, 17-357 
Harbors in counties with city over 60,000, 
1930 census, discharging oil, petroleum, 
or coal into, penalty, 54-454 
Health boards to appoint rabies control of- 
ficer, 6-124 «— 
Health officer, State, to advise governing 

body of, 32-39 __ 

Health officers, county — ■ 

particular counties, see index under 
name of county ,— 

tuberculosis, duties as to, 32-631 
venereal diseases, powers as to examina- 
tion and treatment of, 32-594 
Highway commission, interest on advances 
to, 33-285 

Highways, 33-801 to 33-926 

particular counties, see index under 
name of county 
apportionment of funds through year, 

33-820 
bridges over streams, 33-813 
burden of proof where notice given of 

defect, 33-925 
chain gangs, working roads by — ■ 
optional, 33-903 to 33-904 
payment of expenses of, out of road 
fund. Chain Gangs (this index) 
change of location, 33-811 
claims for opening, constructing, main- 
taining or operating, allowance and 
payment, 33-823, 33-824 
condemnation of land or material, 33-125, 

33-148, 33-831 to 33-840 
construction and improvement of county 
highways, co-operation of State 
Highway Department, 33-71 
construction by State Highway Depart- 
ment, 33-78 to 33-80 
co-operation of county authorities in, 
33-78 
contracts, restrictions on, 33-820 
contract system, working roads by — 
advertising for bids under, 33-905 
bids, 33-906 

bond of contractor, 33-907 
optional, 33-910 
control, 33-801 
convicts, hiring of, for road work, 33-904, 

33-908 
death caused by defect in or failure to 
repair, right of action for, 33-922 
maximum recovery, 33-926 
defects in, liability for, 33-921 to 33-926 
districts, 33-818 
ditches along, 33-851 
diversion, unauthorized, how remedied, 

33-822 
fines for neglect of official duties as to, 
to be paid over to county treasurer, 
33-821 



COUNTIES— Cont'd 

Highways — Cont'd 
footpaths, 33-813 

grade crossings, abandonment and clos- 
ing, 33-819 
guide boards, 33-814 
hired labor, 33-901, 33-908 
injuries on, suits for, 33-921 to 33-926 
laborers, hiring of, 33-901, 33-908 
maximum recovery for bodily or prop- 
erty injury or death, 33-926 
mileposts, 33-851 
opening, 33-811 

overseers, hiring of, 33-901, 33-910 
paving districts, when and how estab- 
lished, 33-1351 to 33-1372 
repairs to, 33-815, 33-816 
State Highway Department, construc- 
tion of county roads by, 33-7S to 33- 
80 
co-operation of county authorities in, 
33-78 
State reimbursement of county for con- 
structing, 33-285 
supervision, 33-801 

Road supervisors, infra 
surveyor, employment of, to lay out, 33- 

811,33-812 
surveyors' marks, penalty for interfering 

with, 33-S12 
taxes, 33-951 to 33-1296 
water controlling device, contribution to 

cost of, 33-167 to 33-170 
weight of load as affecting right to re- 
cover damages for defects, 33-921 
widening, 33-811 
width, 33-851 to 33-854 
Historic property, acquisition, restoration, 

and preservation, 14-602 
Home demonstration agents, 14-306 
Honor boards. Confederate Pensions (this 

index) 
Hospitals (this index) 

House of Representatives, apportionment 
among counties of members of, SC 
Const, Art 3, § 3 
Houses of correction for female convicts, 

55-425 
Housing and Redevelopment (this index) 
Incidental powers, 14-1 
Indebtedness, apportionment, upon change 

of county lines, 14-107 
Insurance brokers, share of license fee of, 

37-207 
Insurance on buildings, 14-605 

with State Budget and Control Board, 
1-432 
duty of, 1-436 
Interest on funds deposited, accountability 

of officer for, 1-52 
Jails and Jailers (this index) 
Judicial circuits, arrangement into, by Gen- 
eral Assembly, SC Const, Art 7, § 13 



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COUNTIES— Cont'd 

Juries and jurors — 

feeding juries, county to pay cost of, 38- 

310 
jury fees, payment by county, when, 14- 
20, 14-21" 
Juvenile courts. Children's Courts (this in- 
dex) 
Levy, funds not subject to, 14-18 
Libraries — 

particular counties, see index under 
name of county 
election upon question of acquiring or es- 
tablishing, 42-102, 42-111 
location, 42-104 

power to acquire, own or operate, 42-101 
Regional Libraries (this index) 
taxes for, 42-114 
trustees — 

appointment, number, and terms of 

office, 42-112 
eligibility as affected by holding of 

other office, 42-103 
management, powers of, 42-113 
warrants, 42-114 
Licenses — 

amusements, 5-676 
carnival companies, 65-966, 65-967 
circuses, 65-965, 65-967 
fireworks display, 6-55 
tent shows, 65-965, 65-966, 65-967 
traveling shows, 65-965, 65-967 
Looseleaf record books, permissibility, 1-57, 

1-58 
Loss of funds, charging off, 14-317.1 
Lottery forfeitures, participation in, 16-501 
Lynching of prisoner, liability for, SC Const, 

Art 6, §6; 10-1961 
Magistrates (this index) 

Managers, see index under name of particu- 
lar county 

Masters — 

particular counties, see index under 
name of county 
legislative acts and joint resolutions, 

right to receive copy of, 1-564 
office and equipment, provision of, 14-11 

14-13 
recess appointment, confirmation by Sen- 
ate required, 1-121 
Motor carriers, additional license fee or tax 

on, 58-1442 
New counties — ■ 

area, required minimum, SC Const, Art 

7, §3 
creation, SC Const, Art 7, § 1 ; 14-151 to 

14-165 
eight-mile limit from courthouse of old 

county, SC Const, Art 7, § 5 
indebtedness, apportionment to, SC 
Const, Art 7, § 6 



COUNTIES— Cont'd 

New counties — Cont'd 

inhabitants, required minimum, SC 

Const, Art 7, § 3 
old county area, taxable property and 

inhabitants, SC Const, Art 7, § 4 
referendum on question of creation, 
name and county seat, SC Const, Art 
7, §§1,2 
shape of, restrictions on, 14-151 
taxable property, required minimum, SC 
Const, Art 7, §3 
Number, 14-1 

Obsolete records, delivery to University of 
South Carolina, 22-120 

Officers — 

particular counties, provisions distinc- 
tive to, see under title giving 
name of county 
particular officers, see appropriate 
lines herein 
absence from State — - 

leaves of absence for military train- 
ing, 44-861 
vacating office, 1-51 
appointment by Governor to fill vacan- 
cies, 1-122 
bonds — 

approval, 50-67 

corporate surety, when required, 50- 

60 
cost of obtaining as payable by coun- 
ty, 50-63 
examination, annual, 50-70, 50-71 
filing, 60-69 
form, 50-55 
recordation, 50-69 
sureties — 

number, 50-64 
residence, 50-66 
surety company, when acceptable, 50- 
61, 50-62 
children's courts, co-operation with, 15- 

1372 
Code Laws received bv, duty as to, 1- 

60, 1-61 
disbursing officers not to exceed or trans- 
fer funds appropriated, when, 14-315 
examination of office — 

by attorney general, 1-263 
by circuit solicitor, 1-263 

extra allowance to salaried officers for- 
bidden, 14-318 
fees for criminal proceedings to be paid 
by county when not recovered from 
defendant, 14-319 
fines, failure to pay over, 50-4 
funds — 

failure to remit to State Treasurer 

14-317 
intermingling of official and private 
funds prohibited, 14-316 



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COUNTIES— Cont'd 

Officers — Cont'd 

incapacity, removal for, 14-304 
indictment for misfeasance or malfea- 
sance, 50-7 
jury duty, exemption from, 38-101, 38-104 
leave of absence for military training, 

44-861 
mileage certificates, false, penalized, 50-3 
military service, absence in, 50-151 to 50- 

157 
misconduct, removal for, 14-304 
moneys on hand, delivery to successor, 

50-203, 50-204 
neglect of duty — 
penalized, 50-6 
removal for, 14-304 
oath not to share profits of office, 50-54 
offices for, 14-11, 14-14 
passes by railroads, express, or telegraph 
companies to county officers prohib- 
ited, 58-4, 58-5 
recommendation of legislative delegation, 

effect of, 14-303 
record of moneys received or due, 14-307 

submission of copies, 14-308 
records, allowing to be taken from office, 

50-5 
removal, 14-304 

salary or compensation, limitation of ac- 
tion for, in certain counties, 10-146 
(3) 
sureties. Bonds, supra, this group 
terms of office, commencement of, 14- 

301 
unclaimed funds to be paid by, to county 
treasurer, 14-311 
duties in respect of, 14-311 to 14-314 
vacancy in office, how filled, 1-122, 14- 

302, 14-304 
witnesses in criminal cases — 

compensation as, 27-613, 27-613.1 
Parks and Playgrounds (this index) 
Paupers. Poor Persons (this index) 
Paving districts in, when and how estab- 
lished, 33-1351 to 33-1372 
Peace officers' reports of arrests in counties 

with municipalities over 5,000, 53-7 
Pension fund, fine for carrying concealed 

weapon to be shared by, 17-404 
Planning Act- 
adjustment board, 14-368 

appeals from, 14-376 to 14-379 
appeals to, 14-373 to 14-375 
appointment, 14-368 
contempt of, 14-382 
findings of fact, conclusiveness on ap- 
peal, 14-379 
joint boards, 14-371 
meetings, 14-369 
minutes, 14-369 
municipality, acting for, 14-370 



COUNTIES— Cont'd 

Planning Act — Cont'd 

adjustment board — Cont'd 
officers, 14-369 
quorum, 14-374 
removal of members, 14-368 
rules governing, 14-372 
term of office, 14-368 
vacancies, how filled, 14-368 
amendment of districts for regulations, 

14-364 
application, 14-351 
appropriations for implementation of, 14- 

381 
buildings, regulations as to, 14-398 
circuit court — 

appeal from, to Supreme Court, 14- 

380, 14-399.4 
appeal to, from adjustment board, 14- 

376 to 14-379 
appeal to, from decision of planning 
commission, 14-399.3 
contempt of planning or adjustment 

board, 14-382 
co-operation by planning board with 

other agencies, 14-357 
co-operation of State officers and agen- 
cies with planning board, 14-356 
density of population, power to regulate, 

14-398 
division into districts for zoning pur- 
poses, 14-352, 14-399 
experts, employment of, 14-356, 14-396 
Federally approved residential subdivi- 
sions as exempt, 14-367 
fire protection, regulations to secure, 14- 

399.1 
grants of money in aid of, 14-381 
health, regulations to protect, 14-399.1 
hearing on zoning plan, 14-362, 14-363 
hearings on proposed amendment of dis- 
tricts or regulations, 14-364 
height of structures, regulation of, 14-398 
highway congestion, regulations to les- 
sen, 14-399.1 
injunction against violations, 13-383 
jurisdiction of planning board and gov- 
erning body, 14-357.1 
light and air, regulations to provide, 14- 

399.1 
master plan, 14-360, 14-399.1 
municipalities, when planning board may 

act within, 14-358 
new streets, submission of plans for, 14- 

366 
new subdivisions, submission of plans 

for, 14-366 
nonconforming uses, 14-365 
number of structures, regulation of, 14- 

398 
open spaces, provision for, 14-398 



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COUNTIES— Cont'd 

Planning Act — Cont'd 

overcrowding, regulations to prevent, 14- 
399.1 

pepaTties for violations, 14-384, 14-399.6 
Tanning board or commission, 14-355. 
14-391, 14-393 
administrative officers, 14-397 
Aiken County, 14-393 
appeals from act or decision of, 14- 

399.2 to 14-399.5 
appointment, 14-355, 14-392, 14-393 
appropriations for, 14-394 n. 

chairman, 14-395 
compensation, 14-394 
contempt of, 14-382 
contracts for services to, 14-396, 14- 

397 
enforcement of regulations, 14-397 
expenses allowable, 14-394 
fact findings, conclusiveness of, 14- 

399.5 
meetings, 14-395 
powers, 14-398 
quorum, 14-395 
records of proceedings, 14-395 
regional planning board, 14-359 
rules for transaction of business, pow- 
er to adopt, 14-395 
secretary, 14-395 
public improvements, regulation to facili- 
tate adequate provision of, 14-399.1 
separate offense, each day's violation as, 

14-384 
stay of proceedings pending appeal from 
act or decision of planning commis- 
sion, 14-399.2, 14-399.3 
subdivision of land, power to adopt reg- 
ulations as to, 14-366 
trailer camps, power to regulate, 14-398 
zoning plan, 14-361 to 14-363 
zoning regulations — 

districts, division into, for purposes 

of, 14-399 
governing body may adopt, 14-353 
injunctions against violations, 14-383 
penalties for violation, 14-384 
planning commission may make, 14- 

398 
purposes, 14-354 
Planning boards or commissions. Planning 

Act, supra 
Police districts in unincorporated communi- 
ties. Unincorporated Communities 
(this index) 
Poorhouses and farms. Poor Persons (this 

index) 
Poor persons, care of. Poor Persons (this 

index) 
Probate Courts and Judges (this index) 



COUNTIES— Cont'd 

Property of county — 

exemption from levy and sale, 14-603 
exemption from taxation, SC Const, Art 

10, §4 
Insurance, supra 
power to purchase and hold, 14-1 
property conveyed for use or benefit of, 
14-601 
Public service companies, share of fines on, 
, 58-17 
/Public welfare advising councils, 71-35 
Public welfare boards. 71-31 \ 
advisory councils, 71-35 1 
agency for State Welfare Department, 

71-36 
appointment, 71-31 
budget, 71-38 
chairman, 71-33 

Charleston County (this index) 
compensation of members, 71-32 
Darlington County Commission for the 
Needy. Darlington County (this in- 
dex) 
director, 71-34 

regulations, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 
872 [Reg. XIII, A, 2] 
duties, 71-36 

employees, power to employ and qualifi- 
cations, 71-37 
regulations, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, pp. 
873, 874 [Reg. XIII, B] 
estimates of expenses, 71-37 
executive officer, 71-34 
meetings, 71-33 
mileage allowances, 71-32 
number of members, 71-31 
powers generally, 71-36 
procedure, power to adopt rules of, 71-33 
quorum, 71-33 
records, 71-38 
reports. 71-41 

standards of work, procedure and rec- 
ords, 71-39 
term of members, 71-31 
vacancies, how filled, 71-31 
Public welfare department — ■ 
creation, 71-31 
handicapped persons, assistance to, 71- 

131 to 71-134 
investigation of applications for assist- 
ance, 71-52 
number of members, 71-31 
reconsideration of assistance grants, 71- 

60 
records of accounts, 71-40 
review of decisions by State Welfare De- 
partment, 71-54 to 71-59 
Purchases from corporations in which offi- 
cer is interested, prohibited, when, 14- 
320, 14-320.1 
Rabies control, funds for, 6-136 



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COUNTIES— Cont'd 

Railroad crossings, power to order elimina- 
tion of grade crossings, 58-812, 58-813 
Railroads, county's share of penalties and 

forfeitures collected from, 58-17 
Recording, use of photostatic or photo- 
graphic method — 
in counties with city over 60,000, 60-202 
in counties with city over 70,000, 60-201 
Records — 

destroying when photographed, 1-59 
paving districts, 33-1372 
Register of Mesne Conveyances (this in- 
dex) 
Registration boards. Elections (this index) 
Reports of officers to Governor, uniform 

system to be devised, 1-55 
Riots, liability for injuries by. Riots and 

Mobs (this index) 
Roads. Highways, supra 
Road supervisors — 

ferries, duties as to, 33-801 
fords, duties as to, 33-801 
highways, duties as to, 33-801 
Road taxes, 33-951 to 33-1296 

particular counties, see under name of 

county 
returns for, 33-973, 33-982, 33-993, 33- 
1013, 33-1022, 33-1033, 33-1062, 33- 
1104, 3-1133, 33-1147, 33-1222, 33- 
33-1242, 33-1264 
Rural Police (this index) 
Rural rehabilitation, reforestation, or reset- 
tlement, agreement with United States 
for payments in lieu of taxes, powers as 
to, 59-102 
Salaries of officers, local or special laws 
fixing, permissible, SC Const, Art 3, 
§34 
Schools and School Districts (this index) 
Seat. County Seat (this index) 
Septic tanks in counties containing city over 
70.000. Sewers and Septic Tanks (this 
index) 
Sheriffs (this index) 

Sinking funds — Z-' 

investment in defense securities, 14-10 
investment in Marketing Commission 

bonds, 3-229 
State, obtaining loans from, 1-798 to 1- 
800, 1-802 

Solicitors. County Courts (this index) 
Superintendents of education. Schools (this 

index) 
Supervisors — 

generally, 14-251 to 14-258 
particular counties, provisions distinc- 
tive to, see index under name of 
county 
boards of commissioners, supervisor as 

member of, 14-201 
bond, 14-252, 14-253 



COUNTIES— Cont'd 

Supervisors — Cont'd 

bridges, public, jurisdiction over, 14-254 
claims against county, 14-404.1 
compensation, county to pay, 14-20 
default in performance of duty, suit for, 

14-258 
disbursement of county funds, jurisdic- 
tion over, 14-254 
duplicates of approved claims for use of 

members of Legislature, 14-424 
election, 14-251 «• 

time for holding. 23-303 
ferries, public, jurisdiction over, 14-254 
highways, jurisdiction over, 14-254 
legislative acts and joint resolutions, 

right to receive copy of, 1-564 
oaths, power to administer, 14-254 
orders for payment of claims, duties in 

connection with, 14-415 
paupers, jurisdiction over, 14-254 
payment of salary to county superintend- 
ent of schools failing to file annual 
report, penalized, 21-90 
railroad crossings — 

neglect of duty as to, 58-1010 
services as to, 5S-1008 
records, keeping of, 14-256 

county officers' accounts, 14-309 
refunding bonds, signature on as suffi- 
cient, 14-7 
reports of, charge for printing, 10-1308 
salary, quarterly payment, 14-257 
sales to county by, prohibited, 14-320 
seal, 14-255 

taxes, jurisdiction as to, 14-254 
term of office, 14-251 
Supply Act, continuance of appropriations 
for preceding year in absence of, 14- 
19 
Tax anticipation borrowing — 

particular counties, provisions distinc- 
tive to, see index under name of 
county 
negotiable notes for, 1-53 
Taxation — 

generally. Taxation (this index) 
particular county, provisions distinc- 
tive to, see index under name of 
county 
amount to be levied, determination of, 

65-1772 
assessors, oaths of, 65-1841 
assessors in counties containing city of 

more than 70,000, 65-1901 
commutation road taxes, 33-961 to 33- 
963, 33-971, 33-981, 33-991, 33-1011, 
33-1026, 33-1031, 33-1051, 33-1061, 
33-1071, 33-1091, 33-1101, 33-1111, 33- 
1132, 33-1171, 33-1181, 33-1206, 33- 
1211, 33-1231, 33-1263, 33-1271, 33- 
1281, 33-1293 



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COUNTIES— Cont'd 

Taxation — Cont'd 

Comptroller General's report of, 1-816 
constitutional grant of power, SC Const, 
Art 10, §5 [Vol. 7, pp. 276, 278, 
279] 
discounts in certain counties, 65-1987 to 

65-1992 
drainage taxes, segregation of county 

taxes from, 18-549 
duplicate list. Taxation (this index) 
equalization boards, 65-1861 to 65-1892 \ 
appeal from, to Comptroller General, 

65-1892 
appeals to, from increase of valuation, 

65-1853 
appeals to, hearing of, 65-1886 
clerk, 65-1883 

compensation, 65-1881, 65-1882 
duties, 65-1886 to 65-1888 

failure to perform, penalized, 65-6 
grievances, hearing of, 65-1886 
meetings, 65-1883 to 65-1885, 65-1887 
mileage, 65-1881 
record of proceedings, 65-1886 
executions for taxes, uncollected, to be 

filed with auditors, 65-2799 
exemptions from. Taxation (this index) 
extension by Comptroller of time for 

assessment and collection, 65-2 
library purposes, 42-114 
lists made by auditor, 65-1758 to 65-1763 
power of, SC Const, Art 10, §5 [Vol. 

7, p. 276] 
real estate, returns of, in certain counties, 

65-1615 to 65-1618 
Road taxes, supra 
sale for taxes, forfeited land commission 

as purchaser, 65-2854 
treasurer's duties as to. Treasurer, infra 
Taxicabs in counties with city over 70,- 

000. Motor Carriers (this index) 
Tax titles, right to bring suit to clear, 65- 

3301 
Telegraph companies, share of fines on, 58- 

17 
Telephone companies, share of fines on, 58- 

17 
Townships (this index) 
Transfers of funds appropriated, prohibited 

unless, etc., 14-315 
Transportation to State penitentiary of con- 
vict under sentence of death as county 
expense, 55-374 

Treasurer — 

particular counties, provisions distinc- 
tive to, see index under name of 
county 
actions against for acts done under tax 
statute — 
defense of and payment of judgment, 
65-2664 



COUNTIES— Cont'd 

Treasurer — Cont'd 

actions against for acts done under tax 
statute — Cont'd 
recovery for tax illegally collected not 
to exceed value of property un- 
less, etc., 65-2666 
actions by, to recover personal property 

taxes, 65-2704 
affidavits as to funds accompanying 
monthly report to Comptroller Gen- 
eral, 65-2022 
appointment, 65-1951 -*""" 

recess appointment, confirmation by 
Senate required, 1-121 
audit of books of, by Comptroller Gen- 
eral, 65-2.1 
bank deposit, verification of existence, 

65-2022 
bond, 65-1951,65-1952 

sureties, number of, 50-64 
bookkeeping system, power of Comp- 
troller General to prescribe, 1-S26.1 
certificate as to existence and equipment 

of fire department, 37-1158 
cigarettes or tobacco, share in fine for 

furnishing to minors, 16-556 
clerk of courts, monthly report of ac- 
counts of, 15-1785, 15-1786 
Coastal Fisheries (this index) 
costs from defendants, payment by cir- 
cuit solicitor to county treasurer, 1- 
254 
commission on school funds not demand- 
able, 65-2017 
compensation — 

county to pay, 14-20 
for collecting and disbursing school 
moneys, to be provided for by 
General Assembly, SC Const, Art 
11, §4 
limitation of time to sue for, in cer- 
tain counties, 10-146(3) 
Comptroller General- 
measures against treasurers' default- 
ing and making returns, 1-828 
settlement with treasurers, 1-827 
court of general sessions, annual report 

to, 65-2024, 65-2025 
defaulting — 

Comptroller General's powers and 

duties as to, 1-845 to 1-848 
commitment to jail on state treasur- 
er's warrant, 1-845 
in making returns, measures against, 

1-828 
interest, charging against, 1-846 
proceedings against, 1-848 
report on, to General Assembly, 1-847 
State Treasurer's duties as to. Treas- 
urer, State (this index) 
deposits at interest, 65-2014, 65-2015 
disbursements, record of, 14-322 



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281 



COUNTIES— Cont'd 

Treasurer — Cont'd 

disorderly conduct, disposition of fines 

collected for, 16-558 
Drainage Districts (this index) 
emigrant agents, licensing of, 16-564 
fines and forfeitures under Coastal Fish- 
eries Law to be paid to, 28-961 
firemen's insurance and inspection fund, 
acting as treasurer of, for unincor- 
porated communities, 37-1154 
forfeited land commissions, membership 

in, 65-2901 
jury commissioner, duty to act as, 38-51 
legislative acts and joint resolutions, 

right to copy of, 1-564 
lottery tickets, duty to prosecute sellers 

of, 16-503 
magistrate's report of collections, duties 

as to, 43-12 
names of unlisted persons who apply to 
pay tax penalties, to be furnished to 
county auditor, 65-2000 
oaths required of, 65-1951 
office, etc., provision of, 14-11 to 14-13 
payment of salary to county superintend- 
ent of education failing to file an- 
nual report, penalized, 21-90 
poll taxes — 

report of, to county superintendent of 

education, 65-158 
to be retained by, 65-156 
publication of statement of disburse- 
ments, 65-2024 to 65-2026 
public inspection, books to be open to, 

65-2023 
receipt stubs to be checked by, against 
amounts turned in by public officers, 
1-51.1 
remedy when charged with tax not in 

fact paid, 65-2034 
removal, 65-1958 
reports by — 

charges for publication, 10-1308 
to Comptroller General, 65-2022 
to countv superintendent of educa- 
tion, 65-2023 
to Governor, forms for, 1-55, 1-56 
to supervisor, 65-2018 to 65-2021 
report to, of claims approved by county 
superintendent of education, 21-78 
returns by — 

Attornev General's duty to enforce, 

1-828 
circuit solicitor's duty to enforce, 
1-828 
riots, payment of damages assessed 

against county, 16-106, 16-107 
salary or compensation, limitation of ac- 
tion for in certain counties, 10-146 
(3) 
school aid funds, disbursement to, 21-263 



COUNTIES— Cont'd 

Treasurer — Cont'd 

school district bonds, proceeds of, to be 

deposited with, 21-989 
school fund account. 65-2012, 65-2013 
carrying forward of unexpended bal- 
ances, 21-960 
claims against may not be acquired 

by, 21-961 
monthly report on, 21-959 
school tax money, disbursement of, 21- 

923 
settlement by, failure to make, upon be- 
ing notified of removal or suspen- 
sion from office, penalized, 65-6 
settlements with auditors, 65-2027 to 65- 
2029 
copy to be furnished to county offi- 
cials, 65-2032 
notice to Comptroller General, 65- 
2029 
successor, failure to turn over books, 
papers and property to, penalized, 
65-6 
suspension, 65-1958 
tax collections — 

attendance at certain places for pur- 
pose of, 65-1978, 65-1979 
duties as to, 65-1951 et seq., 65-1965 
tax executions, issuance of, 65-2761 
tax laws, failure to perform duties im- 
posed by, penalized, 65-6 
tax not in fact paid, remedy when 

charged with, 65-2034 
tax rate, publication of notice of, 65-1962 
tax warrants, fee for, 65-2803 
term of office, 65-1954 

commencement, 65-1954 to 65-1956 
unclaimed funds, keeping of, 14-311 to 

14-314 
usurpation of office penalized, 65-6 
Unclaimed funds — 

keeping of, by treasurer, 14-311 to 14-314 
payment to one proving ownership, 14- 
313 
Unemployment compensation — 

fee for filing entry, indexing, and satis- 
faction of warrant for collection of 
employer's contribution, 68-210 
inapplicability of statute to county em- 
ployees, 68-22 
United States Air Force bases or airfields, 
protection of, 2-131 to 2-133 

Veterans (this index') 

Vital statistics, registrars and deputies, 32- 

1105 
Welfare department. Public welfare de- 
partment, supra 
Witnesses' fees to be paid by, when — 
experts, medical, 14-20 
in State cases, 14-20, 14-21 



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COUNTIES— Cont'd 

Workmen's compensation fund, participa- 
tion in, 72-455 
Zoning. Planning Act, supra 



COUNTS 

Indictment for murder, special count as to 
concealed weapons, 17-404 



COUNTY CHAIN GANGS 
Chain Gangs (this index) 

COUNTY CLERKS 

Generally. Clerks of Courts (this index) 
Particular counties, see under name of 
county 

COUNTY COURTS 

Particular counties, provisions dictinclive to, 
see name of county 

Generally, 15-601 to 15-830 

Appeals (this index) ' 

Bailiffs, 15-610 

Challenges of jurors in criminal cases, 15- 

620 
Charleston Civil and Criminal Court (this 

index) 
Circuit solicitor to decide forum, when, 

15-623 
Civil jurisdiction, 15-612 
Clerks of courts as clerks of, 15-608 
Compensation — - 

Fees and costs, infra 

judges, compensation of, to be fixed by 
General Assembly, SC Const, Art 
S, §24 
Coroner's inquests, solicitor's duties as to, 

15-622 
Costs. Fees and costs, infra 
Counties excepted, 15-627 
County governing body, solicitor as legal 

adviser of, 15-622 
Court of record, 15-611 
Criminal jurisdiction, 15-612 

restrictions on. SC Const, Art 5, § 1 
Darlington County Civil Court (this index) 
Drawing of jurors, 15-619 

in counties with city over 70,000, 15-15 
Election for establishment of, 15-601 to 15- 
604 
frequency of elections, 15-604 
majority vote, court established on, 15- 

603 
order for election, 15-601 
petition, 15-601 



COUNTY COURTS— Cont'd 

Election for establishment of — Cont'd 
question submitted, 15-602 
referendum on establishment of court, 
SC Const, Art 5, § 1 
Election of judges, 15-605 
Election of solicitor, 15-606 
Equity jurisdiction. Equity (this index) 
Establishment, 15-6 
Election for, supra 

Legislature's power as to, SC Const 
Art 5, § 1 
Fees and costs — 
bailiffs, 15-610 
clerk, 15-608 
jurors, 15-626 
sheriff, 15-609 
witnesses, 15-626 
Florence Civil Court (this index) 
General Assembly, powers of, to establish 

county courts, SC Const, Art 5, § 1 
Grand jury, 15-617 

Greenville County Court (this index) 
Indictments by grand jury of general ses- 
sions court, 15-621 
Inquests, solicitor's duties as to coroner's 

inquests, 15-622 
Judges — 

compensation of judges to be fixed by 
General Assembly, SC Const, Art 
5, §24 
election of, 15-605 
jurisdiction of, 15-613 
oath of office, 15-605 
official commission, 15-605 
powers of, generally, 15-613 
practice of law by, 15-624 
qualifications, 15-605 
term of office, 15-605 
Jurisdiction, 15-612, 15-613 

appellate jurisdiction, 15-612 

criminal jurisdiction, restrictions on, SC 

Const, Art 5, § 1 
judges, jurisdiction of, 15-613 
Jurisdictional Amount (this index) 
Jurors — 

compensation, 15-626 

drawing and summoning of, 15-619 

in counties with city over 70,000, 15- 
15 
Jury commissioners, 15-619 
Jury trial — 

criminal cases, peremptory challenges in, 

15-620 
petit jury, size of, 15-618 
Legislative power to establish, SC Const, 

Art 5, § 1 
Magistrate in counties with. Magistrate 

(this index) 
Marlboro County Court (this index) 
Oath of office of judge, 15-605 
Official commission of judge, 15-605 



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COUNTY COURTS— Cont'd 

Orangeburg County Court (this index) 
Peremptory challenges of jurors in crim- 
inal cases, 15-620 
Petit jury, size of, 15-618 
Pleading and practice, 15-616 

general laws as applicable, 15-615 
Powers of judges, generally, 15-613 
Practice of law by county solicitor, 15-624 
Practice of law by judge, 15-624 
Qualifications of judges, 15-605 
Qualifications of solicitor, 15-606 
Real estate, no jurisdiction of actions in- 
volving title to, 14-612 
Referendum on establishment of court, SC 

Const, Art 5, § 1 
Richland County Court (this index) 
Sheriff, duties and compensation, 15-609 
Solicitor — 

constitutional provisions, SC Const, Art 

5, §29 
coroner's inquests, duties as to, 15-622 
county governing body, solicitor as legal 

adviser of, 15-622 
Crop Pest Commission's right to aid of, 

3-111 
domestic relations courts, county at- 
torney as counsel for, 15-1141 
duties, generally, 15-621, 15-622 
election, 15-606 
practice of law by, 15-624 
qualifications, 15-606 
State, duty to represent, 15-622 
term of office, 15-606 
Solicitor of circuit to decide forum, when, 

15-623 
Spartanburg County Court (this index) 
State, solicitor's duty to represent, 15-622 
Stenographer, 15-607 
Summoning of jurors, 15-619 

in counties with city over 70,000, 15-15 
Term of office of judges, 15-605 
Term of office of solicitor, 15-606 
Terms of court, 15-614 
Trial- 
jury trial — 

criminal cases, peremptory challenges 

in, 15-620 
petit jury, size of, 15-618 
without jury, 15-618 
Witnesses, compensation of, 15-626 



COUNTY DEMONSTRATION 
AGENTS 

Farm and home demonstration agents, 14- 
306 



COUNTY HOSPITALS 
Hospitals (this index) 

COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITIES 
Housing and Redevelopment (this index) 

COUNTY JAILS 
Jails and Jailers (this index) 

COUNTY MANAGER 

Barnwell County, 14-952, 14-953 
Charleston County, 14-1169 
Darlington County (this index) 
Florence County (this index) 

COUNTY PLANNING ACT 

Counties (this index) 

COUNTY POLICE 

Rural Police (this index) 

COUNTY SEAT 

New counties, SC Const, Art 7, § 1 
Railroad trains to stop at, 58-1172 
Removal, conditions of, SC Const, Art 7, 
§8 

COUNTY SOLICITORS 

County Courts (this index) 

COUPLING DEVICES 
Motor Carriers (this index) 

COUPONS 

Paving bonds, 47-860.8 

COURT 

Courts (this index) 

Yards and Courts (this index) 

COURT CALENDARS 

Calendars (this index) 



COUNTY FAIRS 
Fairs and Fair Associations (this index) 



COURTESY 

Curtesy (this index) 



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COURT FOR TRIAL OF 
IMPEACHMENTS 



Establishment, 15-6 



COURTHOUSES 

Counties (this index) 

United States, acquisition of lands by, 39- 
51 to 39-54 
specific grants, 39-101 to 39-134 



COURT OFFICERS 

Attorneys at Law (this index) 
Auctioneers in certain counties, 15-1907.1 
to 15-1914 
Abbeville County, auctioneers in, 10- 

1757 
Barnwell County, auctioneers in, 15- 

1908 
Cherokee County, auctioneer in, 15-1909 
Chester County, auctioneer in, 15-1910 
Darlington County, compensation of auc- 
tioneer in, 15-1911 
Lancaster County, auctioneers in, 15- 

1912 
Laurens County, fees of auctioneers in, 

15-1907.1 
Pickens County, auctioneer in, 15-1913 
Spartanburg County, fees of auctioneers 

in, 15-1907.1 
York County, auctioneers in, 15-1914 
Bail, court officers not to act as sureties on. 

Bail and Recognizance (this index) 
Bailiffs and other court attaches, 15-1921 
to 15-1942 
Abbeville County, pay and number of 

bailiffs in, 15-1922 
Aiken County, pay of bailiffs in, 15-1923 

appointment of bailiffs, 15-1921 
Bamberg County, pay of court attaches 

in, 15-1924 
Calhoun County, pay of court criers in, 

15-1924 
Charleston County, pay of bailiffs in, 15- 

1926 
Cherokee County, pay of criers and 

bailiffs in, 15-1927 
Chester County, court attaches in, 15- 

1928 
Chesterfield County, pay and number of 

attaches in, 15-1929 
Clarendon County, pay and number of 

attaches in, 15-1930 
Dorchester County, pay and number of 

attaches in, 15-1932 
Florence Civil Court, bailiffs, 15-1607 
Georgetown Countv, pay and number of 

bailiffs in, 15-1933 
Greenville County, attaches in, 15-1934 



COURT OFFICERS— Cont'd 

Bailiffs and other court attaches — Cont'd 
Greenville County Court — 
bailiffs, 15-651 
crier, 15-651 
Greenwood County, pay of attaches in, 

15-1930 
Horry County, pay of attaches in, 15- 

1935 
Kershaw County, pay and number of at- 
taches in, 15-1936 
Laurens County Domestic Relations 

Court, bailiff, 15-1289 
Lexington County, pay and number of 

attaches in, 15-1938 
Marlboro Countv, pav and number of 

bailiffs in, 15-1937 
Marlboro County Court, bailiffs, 15-692 
McCormick County, pay and number of 

attaches in, 15-1936 
Newberry County, pay of attaches in, 

15-1939 
number of bailiffs, 15-1921 
Orangeburg County Court, bailiffs, 15- 

710 
Pickens Countv, pay of bailiffs in, 15- 

1940 
removal of bailiffs. 15-1921 
Richland County Court, bailiffs, 15-760 
Saluda County, pay and number of at- 
taches in, 15-1941 
Spartanburg County Court, bailiff, 15- 

800 
Union County, pay of attaches in, 15- 
1942 
Bonds in judicial proceedings generally. 
Civil Remedies and Procedure (this in- 
dex) 
Circuit court rules — 

dress of court officers, Cir Ct Rule 8 
sureties on bonds, court officers not to 
act as, Cir Ct Rule 9 
Clerks of Courts (this index) 
Constables (this index) 
Dress of court officers, Cir Ct Rule 8 
Judges and Judicial Officers (this index) 
Juvenile and Domestic Relations Courts 

(this index) 
Marshal (this index) 
Masters (this index) 
Municipal courts — 

marshal or constable — 

dutv to arrest certain offenders, 15- 

909, 15-910 
penalty for failure to make arrests, 
15-910 
Receivers (this index) 
Referees. References (this index) 
Reporters. Court Reporters (this index) 
Sheriffs (this index) 
Stenographers (this index) 
Supreme Court (this index) 



Index 



285 



COURT OFFICERS— Cont'd 

Supreme Court rule prohibiting court offi- 
cers from acting as sureties on bonds, 
Sup Ct Rule 14 

COURT REPORTERS 

Stenographers (this index") 
Supreme Court, reporter of — ■ 

appointment and oath, 15-112 

constitutional provision for, SC Const, 
Art 5, § 7 

COURT RULES 

Generally. Rules of Court (this index) 
Of circuit courts. Rules of Circuit Courts 

(this index) 
Of probate courts. Rules of Probate Courts 

(this index) 
Of Supreme Court. Rules of Supreme 

Court (this index) 

COURTS 

For provisions distinctive to particular coun- 
ties, see name of county 

Abandoned premises, appeals from action of 
of magistrates in terminating lease, 41- 
69 
Abatement and Revival (this index) 
Absence of judges. Circuit Courts and 

Judges (this index) 
Abstract of Judgments (this index) 
Accommodations for, where courthouse not 
available, to be furnished by county, 
14-14 
Action or Suit (this index) 
Adjournment — 

circuit courts. Circuit Courts and 

Judges (this index, 
continuance of cases on, 15-9.1 
Aeronautics Commission — 

aid of circuit court, Commission may in- 
voke, 2-62 
appeals from orders of, 2-70, 2-72 
Agreed Case (this index) 
Airport, appeal in proceedings for acquisi- 
tion of property for, 2-114 
Alcoholic liquor licenses, grant, refusal, 
suspension, or revocation of, appeal to 
courts, 4-58, 4-59 
Amusement, place of, appeal from revoca- 
tion of license for, 65-809, 65-810 
Appeals (this index) 
Arbitration cases — 

appeals to courts, 10-1904 
award as judgment of common pleas 
court, 10-905 
Arguments of Counsel (this index) 
Arrest of persons attending court, 15-11 
Assignment of circuit judges. Circuit 
Courts and Judges (this index) 



COURTS— Cont'd 

Attaches. Court Officers (this index) 

Attachment (this index) 

Attorneys at Law (this index) 

Auctioneers in certain counties. Court Offi- 
cers (this index) 

Automobile driver's license, appeal to courts 
from denial, suspension, or revocation, 
46-178 

Bail and Recognizance (this index) 

Bailiffs (this index) 

Beer permit, appeals from order of revo- 
cation or suspension of, to circuit court, 
4-217 

Bonds in judicial proceedings generally. 
Civil Remedies and Procedure (this in- 
dex) 

Calendars (this index) 

Canal companies, appeals in condemnation 
proceedings by. Eminent Domain (this 
index) 

Case or Exception (this index) 

Chambers, powers of judges in. Chambers 
(this index) 

Chancer}'. Equity (this index) 

Change of venue. Venue (this index) 

Charge to jury, limited to matters of law, 
SC Const. Art 5, § 26 

Charleston Civil and Criminal Court (this 
index) 

Charleston Harbor, appeal to courts from 
orders of State Ports Authority as to 
wharves, etc., 54-37 

Charleston Recorder's Courts (this index) 

Children's Courts (this index) 

Circuit Courts and Judges (this index) 

Circuit solicitor's duty to attend sessions of, 
1-252 

Citation of cases in, Sup Ct Rule 8(11) 

Clerks of Courts (this index) 

Color or race, no discrimination on ac- 
count of, 15-8 

Common Pleas Courts and Judges (this in- 
dex) 

Compulsory school attendance cases, ap- 
peals to courts from rulings of board 
of inquiry, 21-779 

Concurrent jurisdiction of general sessions 
courts with inferior courts, SC Const, 
Art 5, § 18 

Conservators of the peace, judges as, SC 
Const, Art 5, § 11 

Constitutional courts, SC Const, Art 5, § 1 

Constitutional decisions, circuit judges to 
assist Supreme Court on, when, 15-127, 
15-128 
constitutional provision for, SC Const, 
Art 5, § 12 
Contempt (this index) 
Continuance (this index) 
Corporations — 

civil matters. Common Pleas Courts 
and Judges (this index) 



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COURTS— Cont'd 

Corporations — Cont'd 
criminal cases — 
appeals in, 7-3 

jurisdiction of criminal charge against 
corporation, how obtained, 17-407 
Costs. Fees and Costs (this index) 
Counties — 

accommodations for courts, county to 
furnish, where courthouse not avail- 
able, 14-14 
appeals from county governing body to 

circuit court, 7-301 
irregularities in county finances to be 
reported to general sessions court, 
65-2033 
County Courts (this index) 
Darlington County Civil Court (this index) 
Declaratory Judgment (this index) 
Decree. Judgment or Decree (this index) 
Default judgment. Judgment or Decree 

(this index) 
Definitions for purposes of statutes, 1 5-1 
to 15-4 
clerk, 15-4 

personal property, 15-2 
property, 15-3 
real estate, 15-1 
real property, 15-1 
Deposits in Court (this index) 
Discrimination on account of race or color, 

prohibited, 15-8 
Disqualification of judge for interest or re- 
lationship to parties, 15-10 
constitutional provisions, SC Const, Art 
5, §6 
Divorce (this index) 

Domestic relations courts. Juvenile and 
Domestic Relations Courts (this index) 

Drainage districts — 

appeals to courts. Drainage Districts 

(this index) 
continuance of suit for enforcement of 
lien, 18-565 
Driver's license, appeal to courts from de- 
nial, suspension, or revocation, 46-178 
Eighth judicial circuit, 15-261, 15-277 
Elections, appeals in voter's registration 

cases. Appeals (this index) 
Electrical utilities regulation, review of Pub- 
lic Service Commission's orders. Elec- 
tric Companies (this index) 
Eleventh judicial circuit, 15-261 
calendars, 15-281 
terms of court, 15-280 
Eminent domain cases, appeals in. Emi- 
nent Domain (this index) 
Employment Security Commission deci- 
sions, reviewability by courts, 68-164 
to 166; Rules & Reg. Vol. 7, p. 543 
[Reg. 7] 
Enumeration of, 15-6 



COURTS— Cont'd 

Equity (this index) 

Exclusion of public. Publicity of proceed- 
ings, infra 

Execution (this index) 

Express companies, free service to judges 
prohibited, 58-4, 58-5 

Failure to sit on appointed day, effect of, 
15-9 

Federal Courts (this index) 

Fees and Costs (this index) 

Fifth judicial circuit, 15-261 

special investigator, 53-751 to 53-756 
terms of court. Circuit Courts and 
Judges (this index) 

Findings (this index) 

First judicial circuit, 15-261, 15-262 

Flagman, appeal from order of stationing at 
railroad crossing, to circuit court, 58- 
1002 

Florence Civil Court (this index) 

Fourteenth judicial circuit, 15-261 

terms of court. Circuit Courts and 
Judges (this index) 

Fourth judicial circuit, 15-261 

terms of court. Circuit Courts and 
Judges (this index) 

Free passes by railroads, express, or tele- 
graph companies to judges, prohibited, 
58-4, 58-5 

Gas companies, review of Public Service 
Commission orders. Public Service 
Commission (this index) 

General Sessions Courts (this index) 

Grade crossing elimination, appeals in cases 
of. Railroad Crossings (this index) 

Greenville County Children's Court. Chil- 
dren's Courts (this index) 

Greenville County Court (this index) 

Habeas Corpus (this index) 

Heat companies, review of Public Service 
Commission orders. Public Service 
Commission (this index) 

Homestead exemption, appeal from return 
of appraisers, 34-3 

Hospital license, appeal to courts from de- 
nial, suspension, or revocation, 32-7S8 

Housing projects, appeals to courts in con- 
demnation proceedings, 36-129 

Ice cream manufacturer's license, appeal to 
courts from denial, revocation, or sus- 
pension, 32-1708 

Impeachments, court for trial of, 15-6 

Inferior courts, execution on judgments of, 
10-1709 

Inheritance Tax (this index) 

Instructions to jury, limited to matters of 
law, SC Const, Art 5, § 26 

Insurance Commissioner's orders of deci- 
sions, appeals from, 36-63 to 37-66 

Journal (this index) 

Judges and Judicial Officers (this index) 

Judgment or Decree (this index) 






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Courts 



COURTS— Cont'd 

Judgment Roll (this index) 

Judicial circuits, S CConst, ArJ 
composition of, 15-261 
terms of court in. Circuit 
Judges (this index) 

Judicial Notice (this index) 

Judicial Sales (this index) 

Juries and Jurors (this index) 

Jurisdiction generally, 15-7 

Juvenile and Domestic Relations 
(this index) 

Landing fields, appeals in proceedings for 
acquisition of property for, 2-114 

Laurens County Domestic Relations Court 
(this index) 

Legislative courts, SC Const, Art 5, § 1 

Levee district, appeals from orders estab- 
lishing, 18-224 

Magistrates (this index) 

Mandamus (this index) 

Marlboro County Court (this index) 

Masters (this index) 

Militia (this index) 

Milk and milk products, weighing and test- 
ing of, appeal to courts from revocation 
of licenses as to, 32-1609.6 

Money in court. Deposits in Court (this 
index) 

Motions (this index) 

Motor carriers, appeals from suspension or 
revocation of certificate, 58-1422 

Motor vehicle . driver's license, appeal to 
courts from denial, suspension, or revo- 
cation, 46-178 

Municipal Courts (this index) 

Municipal public works, appeals from con- 
demnation of property for, 59-208, 59- 
209 

New Trial (this index) 

Ninth judicial circuit, 15-261, 15-278 

Orangeburg County Court (this index) 

Orders of Court (this index) 

Personal property, definition for purpose of 
statutes, 15-2 

Pleading (this index) 

Probate Courts and Judges (this index) 

Process. Writ and Process (this index) 

Production of Books and Papers (this in- 
dex) 

Prohibition (this index) 

Property, definition for purpose of statutes, 
15-3 

Publicity of proceedings, SC Const, Art 1, 
§15 
criminal cases. Speedy Trial (this in- 
dex) 
exclusion of general public — 

children's court division, juvenile and 

domestic relations courts, 15-1194 

family court division, juvenile and 

domestic relations courts, 15-1225 

(17) 



COURTS— Cont'd 

Quo Warranto (this index) 

Race or color, no discrimination on account 

of, 15-8 
Railroads — - 

appeals in condemnation proceedings by. 

Eminent Domain (this index) 
equity jurisdiction of circuit courts as to 

intersections of, 58-992 
free passes to judges prohibited, 58-4, 
58-5 
Real estate, definition for purpose of stat- 
utes, 15-1 
Real property, definition for purpose of stat- 
utes, 15-1 
Receivers (this index) 
Recognizance. Bail and Recognizance (this 

index) 
Record, courts of. Courts of Record (this 
index) 

References (this index) 

Reorganization Commission, contempt pro- 
ceedings by, appeal to circuit court, 
9-216 
Reporters — 
_ Stenographers (this index) 
Supreme Court, reporter of — 
appointment and oath, 15-112 
constitutional provision for, SC 
Const, Art 5, § 7 
Revival. Abatement and Revival (this in- 
dex) 

Richland County Court (this index) 
Rules of court — 

generally. Rules of Court (this index) 
of circuit courts. Rules of Circuit Courts 

(this index) 
of probate courts. Rules of Probate 

Courts (this index) 
of Supreme Court. Rules of Supreme 
Court (this index) 
Schools. Circuit Courts and Judges (this 
index) 

Second judicial circuit, 15-261, 15-263 
Securities Act, appeals under. Securities 

Act (this index) 
Sentence and Punishment (this index) 
Separation of legislative, executive, and ju- 
dicial powers, SC Const, Art 1, § 14 
Service of Process and Papers (this index) 
Seventh judicial circuit, 15-261, 15-275, 15- 
276 
stenographers for general sessions, 15- 
1904 

Sexual sterilization, appeals to courts from 

orders of, 32-676 
Sheriffs (this index)- 
Sixth judicial circuit, 15-261, 15-274 
Solicitor's duty to attend sessions of, 1-252 
Spartanburg County Children's Court. 

Children's Courts (this index) 



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COURTS— Cont'd 

Special courts, concurrent jurisdiction of 
children's court division of juvenile and 
domestic relations courts as to delin- 
quent or neglected children, 15-1172 

State colleges and universities, appeals from 
decision upon application for free tui- 
tion, 22-54 

State Ports Authority, appeals to courts 
from orders as to wharves, etc., in 
Charleston harbor, 54-37 

Statutory construction, rules of, 15-5 

Statutory courts, SC Const, Art 5, § 1 

Stenographers (this index) 

Street railways, review of Public Service 
Commission orders. Public Service 
Commission (this index) 

Subpoena (this index) 

Suit. Action or Suit (this index) 

Summary ejectment of trespassers, appeals 
to circuit court, 10-2444 

Summons (this index) 

Supreme Court (this index) 

Supreme Court of United States. Federal 
Courts (this index) 

Survival of Actions (this index) 

Teacher's discrimination proceedings. Cir- 
cuit Courts and Judges (this index) 

Telegraph companies, free service to judges 
prohibited, 58-4, 58-5 

Telephone companies, review of orders of 
Public Service Commission. Telephone 
Companies (this index) 

Tenth judicial circuit, 15-261, 15-279 

Terms of Court (this index) 

Third judicial circuit, 15-261 

separate juries for certain courts, 15-265 
terms of court, 15-264 

Thirteenth judicial circuit, 15-261, 15-285 
criminal investigator, Greenville County, 
53-864.1 

Trademarks, jurisdiction of suits for pro- 
tection of, 66-212 

Transcripts. Appeals (this index) 

Trial (this index) 

Tuberculosis, appeal from commitment as 
patient for, 32-633 

Twelfth judicial circuit, 15-261 

terms of court. Circuit Courts and 
Judges (this index) 

Undertakings or bonds in judicial proceed- 
ings generally. Civil Remedies and 
Procedure (this index) 

Uniform Support of Dependents Act, juris- 
diction and powers under, 20-319 

United States Courts. Federal Courts (this 
index) 

Vacancies, filling of, SC Const, Art 5, § 11 

Vacation. Chambers (this index) 

Venue (this index) 

Verdict (this index) 

Voter's registration, appeals in cases of. 
Appeals (this index) 



COURTS— Cont'd 

Water companies, review of Public Service 

Commission orders. Public Service 

Commission (this index) 
Water Pollution Control Authority — 
appeals to courts from orders of, 70-131 
compelling attendance and testimony of 
witnesses in hearings by, 70-129 
Wine permit, appeal to courts from order 

of revocation or suspension of, 4-217 
Witnesses (this index) 
Workmen's compensation. Common Pleas 

Courts and Judges (this index) 
Writ and Process (this index) 
Wrongs to be remedied by, SC Const, Art 

1, §15 



COURTS-MARTIAL 
Militia (this index) 

COURTS OF INQUIRY 

Militia (this index) 

COURTS OF RECORD 

Circuit courts, 15-201 

Clerks of courts as clerks of, 15-1703 

County courts, 15-611 

Darlington County Civil Court, 15-1591 

Greenville County Court, 15-653 

Laurens County Domestic Relations Court, 
15-1282 

Marlboro County Court, 15-695 

Orangeburg County Court, 15-713 

Probate courts, 15-422 

Richland County Court, 15-763 

Spartanburg County Court, 15-803 

Supreme Court, 15-131 

Witnesses required in other states in crim- 
inal cases, jurisdiction as to, 26-303 

COVENANT 

Damages in actions on, 10-1517 

Municipal bonds, covenants in. Bonds 

(this index) 
Paving bonds, enforcement by holder of, 

47-860.20 



COVERTURE 

Married women, generally. Married Wom- 
en (this index) 



COW CASTLE DRAINAGE 
DISTRICT 

Taxes in, collection of, 65-3631 to 65-3636 



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COWPEAS 

Germination standard, Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7, p. 459 [Reg. 4] 



COWPENS, TOWN OF 

Fiscal year, 47-1571 

Officers, special provisions as to, 47-315 

Public works commissioners, who to act 

instead of, 59-174 
Taxes, time of levying, 47-1571 



COWS 

See also Beef 

Animals generally. Animals (this index) 

Larceny of, 16-355 

Tax exemption. Taxation (this index) 

COYOTES 

Importation, restrictions on, 28-466 

Killing of, permissible, 28-466 

Open season, when may be declared, 28- 

465 
Release from captivity prohibited, 28-466 
Trapping of, permissible, 28-466 

CRABS 

Generally, 28-871 to 28-875 

Blue crabs, regulation of taking, 28-873 
Containers — 

confiscation of containers of illegal size 

crabs, 28-875 
name and address of catcher or owner, 
to bear, 28-874 
Female bearing eggs, protection of, 28-872 
Gallon, eight pounds of meat to, 28-871 
Licenses for trawl boats, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 892 [Reg. 5] 
License tax, 28-932 

Penalty for violation of statutory require- 
ments — 

generally, 28-875 
egg-bearing female, failure to return to 
water, 28-872 
Size, minimum, 28-873 
Tax on, 28-931 
Trawling for, permissibility, Rules & Reg., 

Vol. 7, p. 892 [Reg. 6] 
Warehouse, State, ineligibility to storage 
in Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 462 [Reg. 5 J 

CRACKERS 

Enriched flour, inapplicability of regulations 
requiring, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 453 
[Reg. 8] 

[8 SC Code] — 19 



CRANBERRIES 

Standard bushel, 66-157 

CRAPPIE 

For statutory provisions generally applicable 

to fish, but not specifically designating this 

species, see Fish and Game 

Closed season on, in zone 1, 28-583 
Game fish, 28-4 
Size limit in zone 1, 28-584 
Transportation out of state regulated, 28- 
694 

CRATES 

Containers (this index) 

CREAM 
Milk and Milk Products (this index) 

CREAMERIES 
Milk and Milk Products (this index) 

CREDIT 

Bills of Credit (this index) 

Fraudulently obtaining at hotel, etc., 35-5, 

36-6 
Income Tax (this index) 
Sales and use taxes on sales on, 65-1360 
Statute of frauds, representation or assur- 

rance as to credit within, 11-102 

CREDIT OF STATE 

Loan or pledge of — 

election authorizing, SC Const, Art 10, 

§11 
restrictions on, SC Const, Art 10, § 6 
Sectarian institutions, not to be used for 
benefit of, SC Const, Art 11, § 9 

CREDITORS 
Debtors and Creditors (this index) 

CREDITS 
Taxation (this index) 



CREDIT UNIONS 

Annual reports to Tax Commission, exemp- 
tion from requirement, 12-2.1, 12-732.1 

Corporate license fees, exemption from, 65- 
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CREEKS 

Particular creeks, see under name of creek 

Generally. Waters and Watercourses (this 
index) 

CRESS 

Germination standard, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 459 [Reg. 4] 

CRESTWOOD LAKE 

Fish taken in, minimum size, 28-594 

CRIBS 

Burning of, 16-314 

CRIERS 

See the particular courts and counties 

CRIME AGAINST NATURE 
Sodomy (this index) 

CRIMES AND OFFENSES 

See also Criminal Procedure 

Generally, 16-1 to 16-589 

Abduction (this index) 

Abortion (this index) 

Accessories (this index) 

Adultery or Fornication (this index) 

Affray. Riots and Mobs (this index) 

Aiders and Abettors (this index) 

Arrest (this index) 

Arson (this index) 

Assault and Battery (this index) 

Attempts (this index) 

Automobiles, breaking into in perpetration 
of crime, 16-360 

Bail and Recognizance (this index) 

Battery. Assault and Battery (this index) 

Bigamy (this index) 

Bills of Lading (this index) 

Breach of the Peace (this index) 

Bribery (this index 

Buggery (this index) 

Burglary and Housebreaking (this index) 

Capital Offenses and Punishment (this in- 
dex) 

Chain Gangs (this index) 

Children's Courts (this index) 

Cock Fighting (this index) 

Concealing or Harboring Criminals (this 
index) 



CRIMES AND OFFENSES— Cont'd 

Confederate Pensions (this index) 
Conviction of Crime (this index) 
Convicts (this index) 
Coroners (this index) 

Corporation, enforcement of criminal lia- 
bility of. Corporations (this index) 
Counterfeiting. Forgery and Counterfeiting 

(this index) 
Crime Against Nature. Sodomy (this in- 
dex) 
Cruel punishments, not to be inflicted, US 

Const, 8th Amend 
Cruelty to Animals (this index) 
Disorderly Conduct (this index) 
Drunkenness. Intoxication (this index) 
Duelling (this index) 
Dwelling house, defined, 16-301 
Eavesdropping (this index) 
Electricity (this index) 
Embezzlement (this index) 
Escape (this index) 

Ex post facto laws prohibited, SC Const, 
Art 1, §8; US Const, Art 1, §9, cl 
3; Art 1, § 10, cl 1 
Extradition (this index) 

False personation of officer, obtaining prop- 
erty by, 16-369 
False Pretenses (this index) 
Felonies — 

defense witnesses in prosecutions for, 

26-5 
harborers of felons punished as vagrants, 

16-565(6) 
peremptory challenges, 38-211 
see also other appropriate lines in this 
topic 
Felon's estate to descend to his representa- 
tives, 19-2 
Flight, crimes during, 2-8 
Forgery and Counterfeiting (this index) 
Fornication. Adultery or Fornication (this 

index) 
Fortune Telling (this index) 
Fraud (this index) 
Fugitives from Justice (this index) 
Gambling (this index) 
Habeas Corpus (this index) 
Harboring or concealing criminals- 
felons, 16-565(6) 
rioters, 16-105 
Homicide (this index) 

Housebreaking. Burglary and House- 
breaking (this index) 
Houses of correction, counties to provide, 

for female convicts, 55-425 
Husband and wife, offenses relating to. 
Husband and Wife (this index) 

Incest (this index) 

Indecency. Obscenity and Indecency (this 
index) 

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CRIMES AND OFFENSES— Cont'd 

Indictment or Information (this index) 

Informers (.this index) 

Interstate rendition. Extradition (this in- 
dex) 

Intoxication (this index) 

Involuntary servitude, punishment of crime 
as exception to prohibition of, US 
Const, 13th Amend 

Jails and Jailers (this index) 

Juries and Jurors (this index) 

Juvenile Delinquents c this index) 

Kidnapping (this index) 

Larceny (this index) 

Libel or Slander (this index) 

Lynching (.this index) 

Magistrates (this index) 

Malicious Mischief (this index) 

Malicious Prosecution (this index) 

Manslaughter. Homicide (this index) 

Militia (this index) 

Mobs. Riots and Mobs (this index) 

Motor vehicles, breaking into in perpetra- 
tion of crime, 16-360 

Murder. Homicide (this index) 

Neglected and Delinquent Children (this 
Index) 

Obscenity and Indecency (this index) 

Parcel of dwelling house, defined, 16-301 

Pardons (this index) 

Parole (this index) 

Peace, breach of. Breach of the Peace 
(this index) 

Peace Officers (this index) 

Peeping Toms, 16-554 

Penal and Reformatory Institutions (this 
index) 

Penitentiary (this index) 

Perjury (this index) 

Piracy, US Const Art 1, §8 

Place of trial, power of Congress to pre- 
scribe when not committed within any 
state, US Const, Art 3, § 2, cl 3 

Probation, Parole, and Pardon Board (this 
index) 

Probation Officers (this index) 

Probation Supervisors (this index) 

Prostitution (this index) 

Public Disorderly Conduct (this index) 

Public trial. Speedy Trial (this index) 

Punishment of. Sentence and Punishment 
(this index) 

Ransom (this index) 

Rape (this index) 

Receiving Stolen Goods (this index) 

Reformatories. Penal and Reformatory In- 
stitutions (this index) 

Riots and Mobs (this index) 

Robbery (this index) 

Safecracking ( this index) 

Seduction (this index) 

Self-incrimination (this index) 



CRIMES AND OFFENSES— Cont'd 

Sentence and Punishment (this index) 

Sodomy (this index) 

Suffrage, right of, may be denied to persons 

convicted of, US Const, 14th Amend, 

§2 
Swindling (this index) 
Tools for commission of, making, mending, 

or possessing, 16-302 
Trespass (this index) 
Uttering. Forgery and Counterfeiting (this 

index) 
Vagrants and Vagrancy (this index) 
Vessels and Shipping (this index) 



CRIMINAL CODE 

See table following this index for 
disposition of sections in 1942 Code 



CRIMINAL CONVERSATION 

Costs in action for, limited, when, 10-1607 
Limitation of action for, 10-143(5) 



CRIMINAL PROCEDURE 

See also Crimes and Offenses; 
General Sessions Courts 

Generally, 17-1 to 17-581 

Accessories (this index) 
Accused — 

see also other appropriate lines in this 

topic 
custody of after arraignment, Cir Ct 

Rule 35 
examination in Charleston police court, 

15-1568 
rights of, 17-506, 17-507; US Const, 5th 
Amend, 6th Amend; SC Const, Art 
1, §18 
accusation, right to be informed of, 

SC Const. Art 1, § 18 
Assistance of Counsel (this index) 
defense, right to, US Const, 5th 

Amend 
Former Jeopardy (this index) 
hearing, right to, SC Const, Art 1, 

§18 
jury trial, US Const, Art 3, § 2, cl 3; 

6th Amend, 7th Amend 
presence at trial, 17-506, 17-507; Cir 

Ct Rule 35 
self-incrimination, protection against. 
Self-incrimination (this index) 
Speedy Trial (this index) 
Witnesses (this index) 
testimony of, use in other cases, 26-405 
Animals trespassing or running at large, 
satisfaction of claims as defense, 6-322. 



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CRIMINAL PROCEDURE— Cont'd 

Appeals (this index) 

Arraignment (this index) 

Arrest (this index) 

Arrest of judgment, motion for, Cir Ct 

Rule 72 
Bail and Recognizance (this index) 
Bonds and undertakings — 

Bail and Recognizance (this index) 
felony cases, condition in, Cir Ct Rule 
35 
Capital Offenses and Punishment (this in- 
dex) 
Challenges for cause, State has no right to 

stand aside jurors, 38-211 
Children, applicability to, 15-1392 
Children's Courts (this index) 
Civil and criminal remedies not merged, 10- 

14 
Compromising criminal cases, rural police- 
men not to receive fees for, 53-351 
Continuance — 

amendment of indictment as ground for, 

17-410 
traverse of indictment not ground for, 
17-505 
Conviction of Crime (this index) 
Coroners (this index) 

Corporations, enforcement of criminal lia- 
bility of. Corporations (this index) 
Counsel, right to. Assistance of Counsel 

(this index) 
County courts — 

jurisdiction of, 15-612 

restrictions on, SC Const, Art 5, § 1 
peremptory challenges to jurors, 15- 
620 
Definition of criminal action, 17-1 
Division of actions into civil and criminal, 

10-11 
Double jeopardy. Former Jeopardy (this 

index) 
Evidence — 

children's court proceedings not admis- 
sible, 15-1425 
pleading as evidence, 26-3 
testimony of accused, use in other cases, 
26-405 
Extradition (this index) 
Fees — 

Constables (this index) 

magistrate to receive salary in lieu of, 

27-428, 27-429 
worthless check cases, fees on compro- 
mise of prosecution in certain coun- 
ties, 27-422, 27-423 
Fines and penalties, see appropriate titles 
Former Jeopardy (this index) 
Guilty, plea of. Plea of Guilty (this index) 
Habeas Corpus (this index) 
Indictment or Information (this index) 
Juries in criminal cases. Juries and Jurors 
(this index) 



CRIMINAL PROCEDURE— Cont'd 

Jurisdiction — 

county courts, 15-612 

restrictions, SC Const, Art 5, § 1 
General Sessions Courts (this index) 
Magistrates and Magistrates' Courts 

( til is index) 
notary public not to have, 49-9 
Magistrates and Magistrates' Courts (this 

index) 
Militia (this index) 

Mitigation, affidavits as to, Cir Ct Rule 61 
Municipal Courts (this index) 
New Trials (this index) 
Nolo contendere, plea of, 17-504 
Notary public to have no power or jurisdic- 
tion in criminal cases, 49-9 
Peremptory challenges, 38-211 
Preliminary examination. Magistrates (this 

index) 
Race or color, no discrimination on account 

of, 15-8 
Recognizances. Bail and Recognizance 

(this index) 
Restitution (this index) 

Self-incrimination, privilege against. Self- 
incrimination (this index) 
Sentence and Punishment (this index) 
Sheriffs (this index) 
Speedy Trial (this index) 
State as prosecutor, 17-1 
State hospital, commitment of person 

charged with crime, 32-966 
Subpoena for defense witnesses, 26-206 
Supreme Court (this index) 
Transcripts, stenographers' duty to furnish, 

15-1902, 15-1903 
Trial (this index) 
Venue (this index) 
Witnesses (this index) 



CRIMINALS 
Crimes and Offenses (this index) 

CRIMINATION 
Self-incrimination (this index) 

CRIMSON CLOVER SEED 

Sample for analysis, test or examination, 
size of, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 460 
[Reg. 16(b)] 

CRIPPLED CHILDREN 

South Carolina Convalescent Home for 
Crippled Children, 32-8S1 to 32-884 



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CROAKERS 

For statutory provisions generally applicable 

to fish, bat not specifically designating 

this species, see Fish and Game 

Minimum size, 28-755 



CROP IMPROVEMENT 
ASSOCIATION 

Foundation seed organization cooperation in 
purposes of, 3-406 



CROP PEST COMMISSION 

Generally, 3-101 to 3-147 

Apple trees, neglected or abandoned, 3-141 

to 3-147 
Appointment, 2-101; 3-101 
Attorney General to act for, 3-111 
Bees — 

diseases, power to deal with, 3-182 
inspection, 2-183 

introduction into State, powers in respect 
of, 3-181 to 3-185 
Boll weevil control, preparations for, to 
comply with Commission's specifica- 
tions, 3-162, 3-169 
Certification of seeds and plants, coopera- 
tion with Clemson Agricultural Col- 
lege in, 3-443 
Clemson Agricultural College — 

appointment of commission by board of 

trustees, 3-101 
cooperation of commission in certifica- 
tion of seeds and plants, 3-443 
Destruction of trees, etc. — 

apple trees neglected or abandoned, 3- 

141 to 3-147 
compensation not to be paid for, 3-108 
directed by, failure to execute penalized, 

3-108 
peach trees neglected or abandoned, 3- 
141 to 3-147 
Duties, 3-101, 3-104 
Entomologists — 

appointment of, 3-102 
police power, 3-109 
salaries and expenses, 3-103 
Fines for violation of statute or regulation 

to be paid into State Treasury, 3-112 
Foundation seed organization, cooperation 

with, 3-407 
Fraud or misrepresentation in sale of trees, 

vines, etc., prevention of, 3-104 
Fungicides — 

powers in respect to, 3-166 
specifications for, to be filed with Com- 
mission, 3-163, 3-169 
Hearings, power to hold, 3-111 



CROP PEST COMMISSION— Cont'd 

Importations, power to prohibit, 3-104 
Injunctions obtained by, may not be set 

aside before trial, 3-111 
Insecticides — 

powers in respect to, 3-166 
specifications for, to be filed with Com- 
mission, 3-163, 3-169 
Interference with officers and employees 

penalized, 3-110 
Nursery stock — 
foreign dealers — 

bond required on shipments into 
State, 3-125, 3-126 ^S 

inspection of shipments, 3-124 ^ 
license tax, 3-128 
penalty for failure to file bond or pay 

license tax, 3-129 
service of process on, Secretary of 
State as agent for, 3-127 
fraud or misrepresentations in sale of, 

power to prevent, 3-104 
sale of diseased stock penalized, 3-130 
Pathologists — 

appointment, 3-102 
expenses and salaries, 3-103 
police power, 3-109 
Peach trees, neglected or abandoned, 3-141 

to 3-147 
Permit for sale of insecticides and fungi- 
cides to be issued by, 3-164 
Police power, 3-109 
Potatoes, Irish, used for seed, certification 

requirements, 3-451 
Powers, 3-104 
Regulations — 

civil proceedings, enforcement by, 3-111 
power to make and enforce, 3-104 
violation penalized, 3-111 
Remedial measures against injurious in- 
sects or plant diseases, 3-107 
Report to, of violations of statute, 3-109 
Sales of trees, shrubs, etc. Nursery stock, 

supra 
Secretary of State as agent for service of 
process on foreign dealers in nursery 
stock, 3-127 
Sheriffs to serve papers upon Commission's 

request, 3-111 
Solicitors, county, right of Commission to 

aid of, 3-111 
Vineyards, destruction of, 3-10S 
Witnesses, power to call, 3-111 



CROPS 

Agriculture (this index) 

CROSS 

Burning or flaming cross prohibited, 16-116, 
16-117 



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CROSS— Cont'd 

Railroad crossings, type of cross used for, 
penalty for use for advertising purposes, 
58-740 

CROSS ACTIONS 

Sec also Counterclaim and Setoff 

Codefendants, cross actions between, 10- 

707 
Pleadings and practice in, 10-707 
Trial of, 10-707 

CROSS HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT 

Generally 21-1501 to 21-1503 

CROSS HILL, TOWN OF 

Cotton weighers, appointment of, 13-138 
Council, election of, 47-114.1 
Mayor, election of, 47-114.1 

CROSSINGS 

Public utility lines crossing streets, rail- 
roads, etc., specifications, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 817 [Rule 14] 

Railroads (this index) 

CROSS OF HONOR 

Confederate Cross of Honor, punishment 
for improper use of, 44-657 

CROSSTIES 

Dealers in, records to be kept by, 16-571, 66- 

7 
Sales and use taxes, exemption from, 65- 

1404 



CROSS WALKS 
Highways and Streets (this index) 

CROTOLARIA 

Germination standard, Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7, p. 458 [Reg. 11, (a)] 

CROWNS 

Soft drinks, crowns on bottles as substitute 
stamps, 65-770 to 65-772 



CROWS 

Destructive birds, classification as, 28-4 
York County — 

bounty on, 28-1192 

hunting without license, 28-1191 



CRUEL AND UNUSUAL PUNISH- 
MENT 

Constitutional prohibition of, US Const, 8th 

Amend; SC Const, Art 1, § 19 
Poorhouses and farms, 71-160 

CRUELTY 
Divorce, ground for, 20-101(3) 

CRUELTY TO ANIMALS 

Abandonment, 6-5 (b) 
Abusing horses, mules, etc., 6-3 
Arrest of violators, 6-13 

care of animals upon, 6-12, 6-14 
officers who may make arrests, 6-16 
Corporations, acts of agents imputed to, 

6-2 
Definitions, 6-1 
Destruction of abandoned and injured or 

diseased animals, 6-8 
Driving or working animal when unfit for 

labor, 6-5 (a) 
Fines — 

disposition of, 6-17 
lien on animals, 6-18 
Ill-treatment of animals generally, 6-4 
Income tax exemption of organizations for 

prevention of, 65-226 
Knowingly authorizing or permitting ill 

treatment, 6-5 (d) 
Public places, leaving animals to die in, 6-7 
Railroad companies carrying animals, 6-9 to 

6-11 
Search warrants, 6-15 

South Carolina Society for the Prevention 
of Cruelty to Animals — 
abandoned, injured, or diseased animals, 
destruction by agent or officer of 
society, 6-8 
custody and care of animals where per- 
son in charge arrested, 6-12 
fines for cruelty to animals, share of, 6- 
17 
Tails of horses, mules, etc., cutting of, 6-6 
Transportation in cruel or inhuman manner, 
6-5(c) 

CRUELTY TO CHILDREN 

Generally, 20-302 

Organizations for prevention of, income tax 
exemption, 65-226 



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CRUSTACEANS 

Crabs (this index) 

Fisheries Board's jurisdiction over, 28-159 

Shrimp and Prawn (this index) 



CUBIC FOOT 

What is cubic foot of gas, Rules & Reg., 
Vol. 7, p. 823 [Rule 13] 



CUCUMBERS 

Germination standard, Rules & Reg., Vol. 

7, p. 459 [Reg. 4] 
Standard bushels, 66-157 



CULVERTS 

Railroads, regulation and control by Public 

Service Commission, 58-991 
Research, Planning and Development Board 

may acquire, maintain, etc., 9-310(4) 



CURRANTS 

Standard bushel, 66-157 

CURTAINS 

Pool and billiard rooms, prohibited in, 5-511 

CURTESY 

Abolished, 19-101 
Sullivan's Island, lots on, 51-293 
Taxes, liability of tenant by curtesy for, 
65-1611 

CUSTODY 

Children. Parent and Child (this index) 

CUSTOMS DUTIES 

Congress, power to lay and collect duties, 

US Const, Art 1, §8, cl 1. 
Exportations from any state, duties not to 

be laid on, US Const, Art 1, § 9, cl 5 
Importation of persons, US Const, Art 1, 

§ 9, cl 1 
State may not impose without consent of 

Congress, US Const, Art 1, § 10, cl 2 

CUSTOMS HOUSES 

United States, acquisition of lands by, 39-51 
to 39-54 
specific grants, 39-101 to 39-134 



CYCLONE INSURANCE 

Income tax, exemption of mutual companies, 
65-226 



DAIRIES 

Milk and Milk Products (this index) 

DALLIS GRASS 

Germination standard, Rules & Reg., Vol. 
7, p. 458 [Reg. 1, (b)] 

DAMAGES 

Animals trespassing or running at large in 
Berkeley County, arbitration of dam- 
ages, 6-312 

Attached property, double damages for 
withholding from repossession, 10-933 
(3) 

Boats, etc., damages for stealing of, 16-356 

Burning of certain property, recovery for, 
16-315 

Carriers, loss or conversion of goods, 58-576, 
58-594 

Claim and delivery, damages in actions for, 
10-2516 

Contracts of shipment, damages for inter- 
fering with, 58-1263 

Covenant, damages in actions on, 10-1517 

Death by wrongful act, amount and divi- 
sion in action for, 10-1954 

Double Damages (this index) 

Electric and interurban railroads, treble 
damages for obstructing, 58-733 

Escheat of lands, unfounded proceedings, 
57-205 

Excessive damages, new trial for, 10-1461 

Exemplary damages. Punitive Damages 
(this index) 

Forcible entry and detainer, treble dam- 
ages in, 10-2432 

Life tenant, determination of death of, re- 
covery of rents and profits, 10-2454, 10- 
2457 

Mandamus, damages in action for, 10-2103, 
10-2104 

Married women, judgment for damages and 
costs in action against, 10-1515 

Mental anguish due to improper handling 
of telegram, damages for, 58-255 

Money, assessment of damages in action 
for recovery of, 10-1456 

Multiple Damages (this index) 

Municipalities over 5,000, proceedings as to 
unfit dwellings in, as basis for dam- 
ages, 36-507 

Offer to liquidate, 10-1003, 10-1004 

Personal property, assessment of damages 
in action for recovery of, 10-1453 



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DAMAGES— Cont'd 

Protested bills, damages allowed upon, 8- 
1107 

Punitive Damages (this index) 

Railroads (this index) 

Receivers, damages for improper appoint- 
ment of, 10-2309 

Special Damages (this index) 

Treble damages. Multiple Damages (this 
index) 

Trespass, assessment for, 10-1518 

Usurpation of office or franchise, 10-2265 

Waste, assessment for, 10-1518 

Witness's liability for, on failure to at- 
tend or testify, 26-203, 26-611 

Woman accused of want of chastity, proof 
not necessary in action by, 10-2591 

Writ of inquiry, 10-662 

DAMS 

Sec also Reservoirs 



Generally, 18-1 to 18-8 
Bridges in connection with milldams, own- 
er's duty to repair, 33-615 
Compensation for removal of milldams, 18-7 
Condemnation of property for, 25-53, 25-54^ 
Darlington County, applicability of provi- 
sions to, 18-8 
Eminent domain for, 25-53, 25-54 
Erection and maintenance, right of, 70-3, 70- 
5 
restrictions on, in certain counties, 70-6 
Fish sluices in, 28-656 

when not required, 28-656 
Fishways in, 28-648, 28-653 

penalty for failure to provide, 28-648, 28- 
653 
Floodgate, requirements as to, 18-7, 70-3, 

70-5 
Florence County, applicability of provisions 

to, 18-8 
Health affected by milldam, remedies when, 

18-7 
Impounding of water, permit for, Rules & 

Reg., Vol. 7, p. 618 [Sees. 1-3] 
Other's lands, keeping water on, 18-6 
Overflowing lands of another, 18-5 
Pickens County, applicability of provisions 

to, 18-8 
Research, Planning, and Development Board 

may acquire, maintain, etc., 9-310(4) 
Waterways in, provision and opening of, 
70-3, 70-5 

DANCE HALLS 

Particular comities, provisions distinctive to, 
see index under name of county 

Generally. Amusements and Athletic Con- 
tests (this index) 
Tax on. Admissions Tax (this index) 



DANCES 

Marathon dances, 5-401, 5-402 

DANDELIONS 

Germination standard, Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, 
p. 459 [Reg. 4] 

DANGEROUS CONDUCT 

Municipal Courts Act, arrest and penalty 
under, 15-909 

DANGEROUS SUBSTANCES 

Generally, 32-1801 to 32-1805 

Definitions, 32-1801 

Fumes of corrosive nature, discharging in 

counties with city over 65,000, 32-1851, 

32-1852 

Labels — 

approval and registration of, 32-1804 
requirement as to, 32-1801 
Misbranded packages — 
confiscation of, 32-1803 
defined, 32-1801 
sale in, 32-1802 
Motor carriers, vehicles transporting cor- 
rosive liquids, to stop at railroad grade 
crossing. Rules & Reg., Vol. 7, p. 771 
[Reg. 2.131] 
Penalties for violations, 32-1805 
Sheriffs and peace officers, powers and du- 
ties of, 32-1804 

DANGEROUS WEAPONS 
Weapons (this index) 

DARLINGTON, CITY OR TOWN OF 

Assessment of abutting property for street 
improvements, SC Const, Art 10, § 16 

Bonded indebtedness, when not within con- 
stitutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 8, 
§ 7 [Vol. 7, p. 223] 

Drainage bonds, when not within constitu- 
tional debt limit, SC Const, Art 8, § 7 
[Vol. 7, p. 223] 

Notes — 

maturities of, 47-278 
pledge for successive series of, 47-279 
Street improvement bonds excepted from 
constitutional debt limit, SC Const, Art 
8, § 7 [Vol. 5, p. 223] 
Taxes, borrowing against delinquent taxes, 
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DARLINGTON COUNTY 

For matters relating to coii}ities 
generally, see Counties 

Advertising proposed borrowing, 14-1698 
Advisory Commission to manager, 14-1669 
appointment, 14-1669 
chairman, 14-1670 
meetings, 14-1671 
mileage, 14-1669 
number of members, 14-1669 
term of members, 14-1669 
vacancies, how filled, 14-1669 
vice-chairman, 14-1670 
Agricultural tenancies in, date of termina- 
tion, 41-61 
Agriculture (this index) 
Attorney, county — 

assistance of auditor and tax collector, 

65-2345 
bond of depository of sinking funds to 
be approved by, 14-1709 
Auditor — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
attorney, county, to assist, 65-2345 
tax collector to assist, 65-2352 
Bills and notes, borrowing on, 47-277 
Bonds — 

generally — 

Bonds Cthis index) 
Counties (this index) 
school districts. Schools, infra 
Sinking fund, infra 
Borrowing — 

advertising proposed borrowing, 14-1698 
bills and notes, borrowing on, 47-227 
Tax anticipation borrowing, infra 
Bridges — 

generally. Bridges (this index) 
countv manager's powers and duties, 14- 
1667 
Boundaries, 14-66 
Buildings, county manager's control over, 

14-1667 
Carnivals and traveling tent shows in, 5-6 
Chain gang — 

generally. Chain Gangs (this index) 
clothing of prisoners law inapplicable, 

55-473 
county manager's supervision and con- 
trol, 14-1667 
Circuit court, 15-261, 15-266, 15-268 

generally. Circuit Courts (this index) 
jurors not exempted by service in Civil 
Court, 15-1599.1 
Civil Court of. Darlington County Civil 

Court (this index) 
Claims against — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
report of audit, 14-1694 
Clerk of courts — 

generally. Clerk of Courts (this in- 
dex) 



DARLINGTON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Clerk of courts — Cont'd 

Civil Court of county, clerk of, as clerk 

of courts, 15-1587 
fees payable in advance, 14-1693 
marriage licenses, issuance by, 20-22 to 
20-24, 20-27 
Commission for the needy — 

appointment of members, 71-334 
compensation, to serve without, 71-334 
creation, 71-334 
duties, 71-335 

number of members, 71-334 
powers, 71-335 
Red Cross to advise, 71-336 
term of members, 71-334 
vacancies, how filled, 71-334 
Common pleas court — 

calling off regular terms of, 15-244 
references to judge of Civil Court of 
County authorized, 15-1585 
Competitive bidding for proposed purchases, 

14-1684 
Congressional districts, 23-554 
Constables — 

generally. Constables (this index) 
fees in worthless check cases, 27-422 
Contracts, violation of statutory require- 
ments as invalidating, 14-1692 
Coroners — 

generally. Coroners (this index) 
jurors, compensation and mileage provi- 
sion as inapplicable, 17-130 
when to be elected, 17-52 
Cotton weighing without charge at, 13-251 
Courts — - 

Circuit court, supra 

Civil Court. Darlington County Civil 

Court (this index) 
Clerk of courts, supra 
Common pleas court, supra 
Constable's fee in worthless check cases, 

27-422 
County Courts (this index) 
Jurors, infra 
Jury commissioners, duty as to Civil 

Court, 15-1598 
Magistrates, infra 
Probate court, disposition of unclaimed 

funds held in, 15-521 to 15-525 
Probate judge, infra 
Sheriff, infra 
Dams, applicability of provisions as to, 18-8 
Dance hall licenses, 5-603 
Delinquent tax collector. Tax collector, 

infra 
Disbursement of county funds, 14-1691 
Drainage — 

generally. Drains and Drainage (this 
index) 
districts. Drainage Districts (this in- 
dex) 
Elections generally. Counties (this index) 



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Code of Laws of South Carolina 



DARLINGTON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Emergency, purchases in case of, 14-1688 
Employees, 14-1665 

Fairs and Fair Associations (this index) 
Fees of officers, advance payment required, 

14-1693 
Finances, 14-1691 to 14-1699 

generally. Counties (this index) 
Financial report, publication of, 14-1695, 14- 

1696 
Fiscal year, generally, 14-16, 14-17 
Fisli and game — • 

closed and open season for quail and 

partridge, 28-344.1 
net, seine or trap, closed season for, 

28-618 
nets, seines, etc., penalty for violating 

restrictions as to, 28-636 
nets, when use permissible, 28-636 
out of season hunting, penalty for, 28- 

344.1 
zone, game, 28-5 
Forestry board, 29-55 to 29-58 
Forfeited land commission, 65-3071 to 65- 
3086 
generally. Counties (this index) 
general provisions, see Taxation (this 
index), under heading, Forfeited 
land commission 
agent, employment of, 65-3078 to 65- 

3081 
appointment, 65-3071 
control of forfeited lands, 65-3072 
cropping forfeited lands, 65-3076 
improvement of lands acquired by, 65- 

3075 
income, distribution of, 65-3085 
interest in transactions prohibited, 65- 

3081 
owner, encouragement of, to reac- 
quire property, 65-3083 
penalty for violation of statutory pro- 
visions, 65-3086 
record of forfeited lands, 65-3073 
reforestation of lands acquired by, 65- 

3075 
removal from office, 65-3071 
repairs to buildings, 65-3077 
sale or lease of property acquired by, 65- 

3074, 65-3082 to 65-3084 
term of office, 65-3071 
Fox hunting in, 28-428 
Game. Fish and game, supra 
Health and drainage, commissioners, 18-71 
Health, Board of, 32-201 to 32-210 

generally. Health Boards (this in- 
dex) 
director, 32-204, 32-205 
employees, 32-206 
established, 32-201 
funds, disposition of, 32-209 
jurisdiction, 32-210 
members, 32-202, 32-203 



DARLINGTON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Health, Board of — Cont'd 

powers and duties, 32-207, 32-208 
secretary, 32-205 

State Board of Health, control by, 32-201 
Highways — 

generally — 

Counties (this index) 
Highways (this index) 
county manager's powers and duties, 14- 

1667 
rural mail routes as public roads, 33-802 
House of Representatives, number of mem- 
bers apportioned to, 30-1 
constitutional provisions, SC Const, Art 
3, §3 [Vol 7, p 132] 
Incorporated towns becoming cities, 47-7 
Jail generally. Jails and Jailers (this in- 
dex) 
Jailer, 55-407 

Judicial sales, auctioneers for, 15-1911 
Jurors, compensation, 38-308(9) 

coroner's jurors, 17-130 
Jury commissioners, duties as to Civil Court 

of county, 15-1598 
Libraries — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
borrowing in anticipation of taxes, Harts- 
ville Memorial Library Commission, 
42-383 
circulating, tax for, 42-371 
Hartsville Township, 42-373 to 42-383 
rules to be established by County Board 

of Education, 42-371 
tax for, in Hartsville Township, 42-382 
Licenses generally. Counties (this index) 
Magistrates — ■ 

generally. Magistrates (this index) 
appeal to Civil Court of county, 15-1592 
fees in worthless check cases, 27-422 
Manager, 14-1661 

Advisory Commission to, 14-1669 

informing, duty of, 14-1671 
appointment, 14-1662 
attorney, 14-1672 
bond, 14-1663 
borrowing money, 14-1698 
claims audited, reports of, 14-1694 
compensation, 14-1664 

publication of reports as prerequisite 
to payment, 14-1697 
custodian of county property, 14-1668 
delinquent tax collection to be subject 

to control of, 65-2341, 65-2344 
duties, 14-1666 
employees. 14-1665 
financial report, publication of, 14-1695, 

14-1696 
forfeited land commission, appointment 

or removal of members of, 65-3071 
legal advisor, 14-1672 
orders for purchase of materials or sup- 
plies, duty to examine, 14-1691 



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DARLINGTON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Manager — Cont'd 
powers, 14-1666 

public works, control of, 14-1667 
purchases, 14-1681 to 14-1688 
removal for violation of provisions as 

to borrowing, 14-1698 
Sinking Fund Commission — 
secretary of, 14-1704 
to work under, 14-1703 
tax collector to be appointed by, 65-2341 
term, 14-1662 

vacancy, how filled, 14-1662 
warrants for disbursements- 
duty to examine, 14-1691 
to be signed or countersigned by, 14- 
1691 
Marriage license fees, disposition of, 20-32 
Master generally. Counties (this index) 
Music machines, hours of operation, S-62S 
- T eedy persons, use of funds for, 71-337 
Office hours, 14-1651 
Officers — 

generally. Counties (this index) 
particular officers, see appropriate lines 
in this title 
Partridges, closed and open season, 28-344.1 
Peddling horses or mules, 56-1231 to 56- 

1235 
Planning. Counties (this index) 
Political clubs, organization meetings, time 

for, 23-257 
Polling precincts in, 23-169 
Pond Hollow school district, Civil Court 

of county does not include, 15-1581 
Poor persons — 

Commission for the needy, supra 
taxes for aid of, 71-338 
use of funds for, 71-337 
Probate court, disposition of unclaimed 

funds held in, 15-521 to 15-525 
Probate judge — 

generally. Probate Courts (this in- 
dex) 
as master, 15-501 
as referee in, 10-1405 
fees, 27-304 

payable in advance, 14-1693 
Public Welfare Board. Counties (this in- 
dex) 
Public Welfare Department. Counties (.this 

index) 
Purchases, 14-1681 to 14-1688 
Quail, closed and open season, 2S-344.1 
Replacements, purchase of, 14-1687 
Rolling store, requirement of peddler's li- 
cense for, 56-1204, 56-1205 
Rural police generally. Rural Police (this 

index) 
Schools — 

generally — 

Counties (this index) 
Schools (this index) 



DARLINGTON COUNTY— Cont'd 

Schools — Cont'd 

Board of Education — ■ 
budgets, 21-2254 
circ