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APPEARANCE. 'To be entered with the clerk of the court during its sitting, I, p. 40

APPROPRIATIONS. Of public money, except by act of.the legislature ; act to prevent,

2, p. 84

ARSENALS,AND MAGAZINES. Xeeperof the arsenal, Sec. his salary established, 1, p. 4, 342

—in Charleston, &c. shall not administer the said oflice by deputy,

.1, p. 313

—shall continue in office four years, and give security, 1, p. 343 Land for building the same in this state, may be purchased by the United States, 2, p. 12


ASHLEY RIVER'. Act extending the time lor rebuilding the bridge over, and appointing an additional number of commissioners, 1, p. 254 ASSIGNEES.

Of bonds, notes or bills, not uegocLble, may biing suits in their own names, 2, p. 215

ATTACHMENT. Attornies fees on writs of, established, 1, p. 9

Writs of, demandabie, and may be issiued by any district court,

2, p. 315

Not to be served on sheriffs after two years from the expiration of their offices, . 2, p. 42*

ATTORNEY-GENERAL. Salary of established, 1, p. 4. Fees of, 11. Si.lary altered, 1, p. 357 Authorized to return certain indents to John Lewis Gervais, 1, p 122 May call on the circuit solictors for assistance in behalf of the state,

1. p. 166

Authorized to revive all suits, either in law or equity, against taxcollectors and others, 2, p. 322 ATTORNIES.

In die superior courts of law, fees established, 1, p. 8. In special or extra, cases, 1, p. 9. Reduced, 2, p. 247. Repealed, 2, p. 267 Plaintiff's, fees of, in common cases, established, 1, p. 8

Defendant's, ditto, 1, p. 10

County, their fees established, 1, p. 10

Fees in all cases of dower or partition, established, 1, p. 9

—on writs of attachment, 1, p. 9

Not exempt from the jurisdiction of the court of wardens in Charleston, 1, p. 85 Not residing in this state, not allowed to practice therein, 1, p. 213 Of district courts shall p..y the clerks all fees by them received, once in every 6 months, 2, p.'33 Act regulating the admission of, in thc courts of this state, 2, p. 88 Aniendcd, 2, p. 436

Foes in the inferior court, in the city of Charleston, the same as ip the cour t of common p'eaS, 2, p. 397

AUDITOR-GENERAL. Shall make out and close his accounts up to 20 Feb. 1791, and submit the same, with proper vouchers, for the inspection, adjustment, and final order of the commissioners appointed for that purpose, 1, p. 67

BACK RIVER COMPANY. Empov.cred to cpen a canal from the said river to Chapel bridge, incorporated, 2, p. 308 BAIL.

Order for, may be given by judges of county courts in those districts where countv courts are established, and by justices of the quorum where they are not established, 1, p. 167

Special recognizances of, to be certified, and transmitted to judges or clerks of the superior courts, 1, p. 167

Orders for, and for special, may be given by the. clerks of any dis-
trict court or justice of the quorum, 2, p. 314
The reverend Edy.ard Jenkins exempted from, 1, p. 151
John Fisher and M ilcom Brown exempted from, and certain parts of
their estates restored, "1, p. 150
John Wells exempted from, 1, p. 286
"William Carson exempted from, 1, p. 287

Incorporated, 2, p. 382

BARNWELL DISTRICT. Commissioners appointed to fix on a central place for a court-house and gaol in, 2, p. 248

—of the roads to sit at the court-house in, 2, p. 214

—not to meet those of Orange district, 2, p. 413

Tax-collector of, authorized to receive and collect all the taxes within the limits of said district, 2, p. 497


Act providing for the maintenance of, 2, p". 74

Mothers of, shall declare the fathers, or be sent to gaol, 2, p. 73
Where the parents of, are unable to maintain them, the commissi-
oners of the poor to provide for them, 2, p. 75
Permitted to leave the state, 2, p. 252, and 477

County coui1-, in the district of, suspended, I, p. 54

Society for promoting the education of children in the district of, incorporated, 1, p. 204

Sundry inhabitants o£ reimbursed a certain sum of money, 1, p. 250 Act vesting certain lands in the district of, in trustees for the purpose of building a College in, 2, p. 65 Commissioners appointed to erect'a Magazine and Laboratory in,

2, p. 80

Powder receiver for the same, to be elected by the legislature, and his duties defined, 2, p. 81

Act to prevent certain streels in, from being stepped or obstructed, , 2, p. 228. Amended, 2, p. 365

Commissioners of the streets in, m-ny sue persons claiming land lying in front ofthe streets, 2, p. 22'J

Persons willing to retain their rights to lots opposite the streets, to signify the same within six months from and after passing of the act, 2, p. 366

Courts of, to sit five clays, and not longer, 2, p. 264.

Act incorporating the town of, 2, p. 525

BEDON, JOSIAH. Act authorizing Josiah Pendarvis, together with his issue, to change their surname ;o that of Bedon, 2, p. 475

BEEF AND PORK. Act providing for the barrelling and packing of, at Chatham, Camden and Vienna, 2, p. 13 BEGGARS.

Found strolling in Charleston to be taken up and confined to labour,

2, p. 32


Assignees of, may bring actions for the recovery of the same in their own names, 2, p. 215


In Georgetown, commissioners of streets authorized to • grant a license for the keeping of, 1, p. 88

County courts and commissioners of the roads may grant licenses for the keeping of, 1, p. 224

Penalty for keeping of, without a license, 1, p. 224

Town council of Camden, empowered to grant licenses for the keeping of, ► I, p. 233

Commissioners of the roads may grant licenses for the keeping of,

2, p. 325 and 399

Commissioners of the streets and markets ofthe town of Columbia may grant licenses fordo. 2, p. 401

BLACK RIVER. . Persons residing within six miies of, liuble to work upon the same,

1, p. 264

• BODIES CORPORATE. Enabled to recover from their members, debts, dues and demands, as in the case of individuals, 1, p. 222

BOLTON, SARAH. Act vesting in her, the personal estate of her late husband, 1, p. 1 23


Of the master and commissioners of the court of equity, shall be deposited in the office of secretary of state, - 1, p. 31

Of public officers, to be cancelled by the comm:s;:oncrs of accounts on examination of vouchers, See. 1, p.-68 For the performance of covenants, jury shall assess damages,

1, p. 2 13

Judgment for the penalty of, shall stand as security for the perfor-

mance, 1, p. 2 14

Assignees of may, for the recovery thereof, bring suits in their own

names, 2, p. 214

Clement C. Drown exonerated from the payment of interest on,

2, p. 430

John Simpson exonerated from the payment of, which shall be de-

livered up by the commissioners of the roads, 2, p. 434

Of Ralph Spcnce Philips to be delivered up by the comptroller,

• 2, p. 436

Of certain persons who purchased lots or squares in the town of Co-

lumbia, to be cancelled, 2, p. 476-

Of Thomas Gough to be delivered up by the secretary of the state,

2, p. 500

To be given by William Zimmerman, with security, to the treasu-

rer at Columbia, 2, p. 505

To be given by James II. Ancrum, with security, to keep Runtole's

bridge and cuuscwuy in good repair, 2, p. 562


Of the town of Camden to be ascertained, 2, p. 183
Act establishing the same, 2, p. 226


Assize and price of, to be regulated by the commissioners of George-

town streets, 1, p. 88

Not merchantable, act to prevent the exportation of, 2, p. 102


Commissioners of, appo'nted by the judges of intermediate county

courts, 1, p. 47

Over the South-Fork of Edis:* river to be built, and vested in Ro-

bert Cannon, 1, p. 106

Across the Congaree river, to be built by anS vested in Wade Hamp-
ton,' 1, p. 1 14, 257. 2, p. 210

—Savannah river, opposite' to the town of Augusta, to be built by

ditto, 1, p. 119

—Broad river, to be built by and vested in John Compty, 1, p. 120

Time ■extended, 257

Across Edisto river, within the limits of the town of Orangeburgh,

to be built and vested in the person contracting, 1, p. 128

Ratcsof pontage at established, 1, p. 129. Increased, 267

At a place called the Pine-Log, to be built by and vested in James

Johnson,' 1, p. 107

Over Ashley liver, to be rebuilt, 1, p. 254

Across Saluda river, to be built by and vested in Thomas Chap-

pel, 1, p. 266

—Edisto river at J-.-cksonborough, clause respecting repealed,

1, p. }92

Vested in the present proprietor for 10 years, v I, p. 394

Act establishing certain toll bridges, 15 p- 260, and 2, p. 21

BROAD AND PACOLET RIVERS. Former act respecting the navigation of, repealed, 2, p. 391

Commissioners appointed to superintend and contract for the opening of, 2, p. 392 —authorized to draw on the treasury of this state, for any sum, not exceeding S 10,000, for defraying the expense that may arise in making the same navigable, 2, p. 392 BROWN, CLEMENT C. Exonerated from the payment of interest due on his bond, 2, p. 430

4 BULL, WILLIAM. Act to exempt him from confiscation and banishment, 1, p. 153 Mav send back his Negroes, 1, p. 154


To produce the hides and ears of cattle to the commissioners of the streets of Georgetown, 1, p. 88

—to the clerks of the markets in Charleston, 2, p. y6

BUTLER, PIERCE. Act to release him from his executorship, to which he was appointed by the last will and testament of the late Alexander Gillon,

2, p. 256

CACAW SWAMP. Commissioners appointed to cut, sink and keep in repair drains and water passages in, 2, p. 23


Two judges of the superior courts of law directed to attend at, for the dispatch of business, I, p, 43

Juries drawn at the last court at, declared legal, I, p. 212

Court of common pleas at, may sit 15 days next April term,

1, p. 214

College, act authorizing the trustees of, to establish a lottery,

• 1, p. 258

Property belonging to the college of, to be sold, 2, p. 499


District, limits of, 1, p. 38. Incorporated, 1, p. 145

County courts of Kershaw may bo held in the district court-house of,

1, p. 171

Juries drawn at the last courts at Cambridge and Camden, declared legal, 1, p. 212,

Court of common pleas at, may sit 15 days next April term,

1, p. 214

Town council of, invested with certain powers, 1, p. 23S

Commissioners appointed to have the gaol and court-house in, repaired, 1, p. 341

Act to dispense with the wardens of, sitting so often as twice a month, 1, p. 360

Act providing for the packing of beef and pork at, 2, p. 1£

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