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Note. The concluding part of the Acts of 1846, continued on the following page, is reprinted to make pag es 425 and 426 continue regularly, without the blank of a page, which would otherwise occur in binding the volume, as will be seen by reference to page 425 of last year's Acts,—the leaf, comprising pages 425 and 426 of the Acts of 1846, is to be cut out by the binder, when the several parts of the volume are ultimately put together.

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AN ACT TO VEST IN LOUISA WATERS AND IIER HEIRS FOREVER ALL THE A. D 1896. RIGHT, TITLE AND INTEREST OF THE STATE, IN AND TO A CERTAIN HOUSE

No. 3003. AND LOT IN THE VILLAGE OF CHESTER.

Be it enacted, by the Senate and House of Representatives, now met ard sitting in General Assembly, and by the authcrity of the same, That all the right, title and interest of the State, in and to a certain House and Lot, in Lot vested in the Village of Chester, in Chester District, beunded by lots of Major John Kennedy, and of Im D. Henry and by the Public Street, be, and the saine is hereby vested in the said Louisa Waters ard ler heirs forever,

Louisa Waters

Ia the Senats House, the cigl:icenth day of December, in the year of our Lord one

thousand eiglit hur dred and forty-six, and in the seventy-first year of the Sove-
reignty and Independence of the United States of America.

ANGUS PATTERSON, President of the Senate.
W. F. COLCOCK, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

AN ACT TO ENABLE MARY HODGE TO RECEIVE HER ANNUITY BY ATTORNEY. No. 3004

Be it enacted, by the Senate and House of Representatives, now met and sitting in General Assembly, and by the authority of the same, That from and after the passage of this Act, Mary IIedge, an Annuitant of the State, Mary Horige

receive her ann now resident in the State of Alabama, he permitted to receive her Annuity ky hy Attorne by Attorney, and for that purpose, the Treasurers be, and they are hereby authcrized and required, on the proper assurance, that the annuitant aforesaid, is still living, and resident without the limits of the State, to draw orders on the Tax Collector for Clarendon Ccunty, fi r the time being, for the amourt due, payable to the authorized Attorney of said annuity or a proper warrant, taking froin the said Attorney a receipt for tlie money paid, as well as the evidence of authority, to be filed in the Treasury Department, as often as such payments may he made.

In the Senate House, the eighteenth day of December, in the year of our Lord one

thousand eight hundred and forty-six, iind in the seventy-first year of the Sove-
reignty and Indejendlerce of the United States of America,

ANGUS PATTERSON, President of the Senate.
W. F. COLCOCK, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

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A. D. 1817. AN ACT TO RAISE SUPPLIES FOR THE YEAR COMMENCING IN OCTOBER, ONE

THOUSAND EIGIT HUNDRED AND FORTY-SEVEN. No. 3005.

Be it enacted, by the Senate and House of Representa:ives, now met and sitting in General Assembly, and by the authority of the same, That a tax, for the sums and in the manner hereinafter mentioned, shall be raised and paid into the public Treasury of this State, for the rise and service thereof, that is to say: Thirty cents ad valorem, on every hurdred dollars, of the value of all tle

lands granted in this State, according to the existing classiücation Leretofore tawha Laudz established; one half cent per acre, on all lands lying within the Catawba Indian

boundary, to be paid by caclı grantee or lessee, of said Irdan lands, until other

wise directed by law; fifty-two cents per head on all slaves; two dollars on cach ives, Frec grues, &c. Free Negro, Mulatto and Mustizoe, between the ages of fifteen and fifty years,

except such as shall be clearly proved to the satisfaction of the Collector, to be incapable from maims or otherwise, of procuring a livelilood; twenty-five cents ad valorem, on every hundred di l'ars of the value of all lots, lands and build..

ings, within any city, toxvil, village, or borough, in this State; sixty cents per сtorage Em- hundred dollars, on factorage, employments, faculties and professors, (whether

&c. in tre profession of the law the profits be derived from costs of suit, fees or

other sources of pro'essional income, and on the amount of commissions received

by Vendue Masters, and Commission Merchants, Clergymen, Schoolmasters, rohaadize. School mistresses and Mechanics, excepted;) fifty-five cents upon every hun

dred dollars wortlı of Goods, Wares and Merchandize, embracing all the articles of trade for sale, barter or exchange, (the product of this State, and the manufactured product of any of the United States, or Territories there f, excepted,) which any person shall use, or employ as articles of trade, sale, barter or exchange, or have in lis, ber or their possession, on tl.e first day of January; in the year of our Lord one thousand eight Hundred and forty-eight, either on

his, ler or their own capital, or borrowed capital, or on account of any person Prehar dizz of or persons as agent, attorney or consignee ; fifty-five cents upon every kurdi ed

sons dollars worth of Goods, Wares and Merchandize, whatever, which any transient

person, not resident in this State, shall sell or expose for sale, in any house, stall or public place; ten dollars per day, for representing publicly for gain ard

reward, any play, comedy, tragedy, interlude or farce, or other employment of py, Shows, the stage, or any part therein, or for exhibiting Wax Figures, or other sl:ows of

any kind whatever, to be paid into the hands of the Clerks of the Court, respectively, who shall be bound to pay the same into the public Trcasury, except

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in cases where the same is now required by law to be paid to Corporations, or A. D. 1847 otherwise.

In the Senate House, the cover teerth day of December, in the year of our Lord, or.e

thousand eight hundred and forty-seven, and in the seventy-second year of the
Sovereignty anii Independence of the United States of America.

R. H. W. ALLSTON, President of the Senate pro. tem.
W. F. COLCOCK, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

AN ACT TO MAKE APPROPRITIONS FOR THE YER CINMENCING IN OCTOBER, No. 3006

ONE THOUSAND E!GIIT HUNDRED AND FORTY-SEVEN.

Department

I. Be it enacted, by the Senate and House of Representatives, now met and sitting in General Assembly, and by the authority of the same, That the following sums be and they are hereby appropriated for the payment of the various officers and expenses of the State Government, that is to say:

IN TIIE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT : For the salary of the Governor, three Exccutive thousand five hundred dollars; for the Private Secretary of the Governor, five De hundred dollars; for the Messenger of the Governor, two hundred and fiíty dollars; for the Contingent Fund of the Executive Department, ten thousand dollars; to be subject to the draft of the Governor, and to be accounted for annually by him to the Legislature; for the rent of the Governor's House, in Columbia, three hundred dollars.

II. IN TIE LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT: For the pay of the Members of the Legislative Legislature, and the Solicitors and Attorney General, during the present Ses- Dep sion, eighteen thousand dollars, if so much be necessary; for the salaries of the Clerks of the Senate and House of Representatives, onc thousand dollars Lach; and to the said Clerks, for the services of two Assistant Clerks, two hundred and fifty dollars for the Clerk of the Ilouse, and two hundred and fifty dollars for the Clerk of the Senate, to be paid at the adjournment of the Legislature; for the salaries of two Messengers and two Docr-Keepers, each iwo huadred and fi ty dollars, t, be paid at the adjournment of the Legislature ; for the salary of the Keeper of the State House and Librarian, seven hundred dollars; for the salaries of the Reading Clerks of the Senate and House of Representatives, cach two hundred and fifty dollars, to be paid at the end of the Session ; for the services of Engrossing Clerks, to be paid under the direc

rtment.

A. D. 1847. tion of the Speaker of the IIsuse and Presiilent of the Senate, one linndred

dollars; for the Printers to the Senate and Ilouse of Representatives, in pursuance to the contracts made by the Committees of both Ilouses, four thousand dollars, if so much be necessary; for the Printing executed by the said Printers, during the present Session of the Legislature, the same to be paid to them as soon as the amount on the said contracts shall be ascertained by the Treasurer of the Upper Division ; for the Printer for printing in pamphlet form, the Acts, Journals of both Hlouses, Reports and Resolutions agreed to, the Governor's Message, Reports of the President of the Bank and Comptroller General, with the usual accomanyiag Di cuments, two thousand live hundred al llars, if so much be necessary. Provided, That the number of copies specified in tle proposals of the printer, as accepted by the Legislature, shall be printed arel deposited in the office of the Treasurer of the l'pper Division, at Columbia, before the twentieth day of February next; and the amount to be paid, according to the proposals, shall lie ascertained by the Treasurer aicresaid; for Benjamin Hart, for contingent expenses during the present Session of tlie Legislature, six hundred dollars, ii' so much be necessary, to be accounted for by him, at the Treasury, and reported by the Treasurer to the General Asserbly; for Stationery, Fuel, distributing Acts, exper ses for the Election returr.s, fourteen hundred dollars, if so much be necessary ; for the purchase of Books

for the Library of the Legislature, five hundrei dollars. Judiciary

HII IN THE JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT: For the salary of one Judge, tlirce Department.

thousand five bandrest dollars; for the salaries of miue Judges, three thousand dollars cach ; for the salary of the Attorney General, eleven handred dollars ; for the salaries of Five Soli:itors, nine hundred dollars each ; for the Clerk of the Court of Appeals, in Columbia, six hundred dollars ; to be paid quarterly by the Treasurer of the Upper Division ; for the salary of the Messenger of thru same Court, at Culamibia, two hundred and fifty dollars ; for the salary of the Librarian of the Court of Appeals, in Columbia, two liudrcd dollars, the same to include the expenses of Fue); the salary of the said Librarian arxl Messenger, hereater to be paid quarterly, in the same manner as other officers ; for the purchase of Books for the Libiary of the Court of Appeals, at Columbia, five hundred dollars; for Fire-Wood and Fuel for the Ceurt of Appeals, at Columbia, fisty dollars, if so much be necessary, to be drawn by the Clerk of the said Court, and expended under the direction of the Judges; for the salary of the Clerk of the Court of Appeals, in Charleston, six hundred dollars; for the salary of the Messenger of the same Court in Charleston, two hundred and fifty dollars; for the salary of a Librarian of the Court of Appeals, in

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