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Be it therefore enacted by the honorable the se 'nate and House of Representatives, now met and sitting in general assembly, and by the authority

of the same, That an inspection, and one or more Inspection ware-houses for the storage of tobacco, shall be establish- established and erected at or near the mouth of Lited at the mouth of tle Generostee creek, on Savannah river, on the Little Ge- lands of David Moffatt, as soon as conveniently creek, on may be after the passing of this act; which inspecSavannah tion shall be subject to all the regulations, restricriver.

tions and conditions set forth and expressed in and by an act, entitled, “ An act for regulating the inspection and exportation of tobacco," passed the thirteenth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-nine.

And be it enacted by the authority aforesaid, Commis

That John Moffatt, Alexander White, Leonard sioners ap-Simpson, Nathan Lusk and Moses Liddle, shall pointed.

be, and they are hereby appointed commissioners to fix upon the most convenient place, at or near the mouth of the said Little Gencrostee creek, for the purposes aforesaid ; and that they shall have sull power to choose one or more inspector or inspectors, for the said inspection, and make such additional rules and regulations to those prescribed by the aforesaid act, as by them may be deemed expedient and necessary.

And be it enacted by the authority aforesaid, Inspection That an inspection and ware-house, for the inspecestablish- tion of tobacco, shall be erected at the confluence confluence of Toogalo and Kæwee rivers, on the lands of Saof Toogalo muel Earle; and that major Thomas Farrar, Obaand Ka

diah Trimmier, Thomas Stribling, William Gest, vers. and Samuel Earle, be, and they are hereby ap

pointed commissioners of the said inspection, and that they shall have full power and authority to choose one or more inspector or inspectors for the said inspection, and make such rules and regulations as by them may be deemed necessary and expedient ; and that the said inspection shall be sub

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ject to the regulations, restrictions and conditions of the aforementioned act, passed the thirteenth dy of March, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-nine.

And be it enacted by the authority aforesaid, That an inspection and one or more ware-houses, Inspection for the inspection and stçrage of tobacco, shall and establishmay be established in the village of Winsborough, Winnsboas soon as conveniently may be after the passing rough. of this act; which inspection shall be subject to all the regulations and restrictions set forth and expressed in and by the aforesaid act, entitled, “ An act for regulating the inspection and exportation of tobacco,” passed the thirtecnth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-nine.

Anet be it enacted by the authority aforesaid, That John Bell, John Harrison, Jesse Havis, Nicholas

CommisPeay and Robert Ellison, be, and they are hereby sioners ap: appointed commissioners to fix upon the most pro- pointed. per and convenient place in the said village of Winnsborough, on which to build the same, and to superintend the erection and building of the said inspection and warehouses, and shall have full power and authority to choose one or more inspector or inspectors, for the said inspection, and to make such by-laws and regulations respecting the same (not repugnant to the aforesaid act) as by them may be deeincd nccessary and expedient. In the Senate House, the twenticth Day of December,

in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred,
and in the twenty-fifth Year of the Independence of
the United States of America.

JOHN WARD, President of the Senate.
THEODORE GAILLARD, Speaker of

the House of Representatives.

An ACT to authorize the Treasurer to fund a

Certificate therein mentioned.
HEREAS the honorable Thomas Bee has.

petitioned the legislature, setting forth, that on the twenty-seventh day of September, in the

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year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety-eight, he obtained from Simeon Theus, esquire, late treasu er and loan officer, a certificate for the sum of cight hundred and twenty-eight dollars, eighty-eight cents, which he has neglected to have fundet according to the requisitions of law:

Be it therefore enucted by the honorable the Senate and House of Representatives, now met and sitting in general assembly, and by the authority of the same, That it shall and may be lawful for the treasurer in Charleston, and he is hereby author. ized to fund the above mentioned certificate, con. formably to the acts of the general assembly of this state, for making provision for the domestic debt of this state, and deliver the same, so funded, to the said Thomas Bee. In the Senate House, the twentieth Day of December, in

the Year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred, and . in the twenty-fifth Year of the independence of the United States of America.

JOHN WARD, President of the Senate.
THEODORE GAILLARD, Speaker of

the House of Representatives.

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An ACT for the benefit of Jane Summerville.

HEREAS Jane

tition to the legislature, hath represented, that she is the natural daughter of a certain James Summerville, late of Lancaster county in this state, who died some years ago intestate, and without heirs, leaving a small personal estate, subject to the law concerning escheats; representing also, here indigent condition, and praying that the residue of the said estate, after payment of all just demands against the same, may be vested in her: Andwhereas all the escheated property in the said county, now district of Lancaster, which hath eschcated to this state, hath been vested in certain trustees, for the purpose of endowing and supporting a school, by an act, passed the twenty-first day of December last : And whercas it hath been further represent.

ed, that the said trustees are willing and desirous that the said Jane Summerville should have the benefit of the residue of the estate aforesaid, if the same can be legally transferred to her: Therefore,

Be it enacted by the honorable the Senate and House of Representatives, now met and sitting in general assembly, and by the authority of the same, Thai it shall be lawful to and for the reverend John Brown, doctor Samuel C. Dunlap, jun. John Ingram, John Montgomery and William Nesbit, the trustees appointed for the purpose aforesaid, or any three of them, to convey to the said Jane Summerville, the residue of the estate of the said James Summerville, deceased, remaining after payment of all just demands against the same, for the use and benefit of the said Jane Summerville and her heirs, In the Senate House, the twentieth Day of December,

in the Year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred,
and in the twenty-fifth Year of the Independence of the
United States of America.

JOHN WARD, President of the Senate.
THEODORE GAILLARD, Speaker of

the House of Representatives.

END of the ACTS of DECEMBER, 1800.

Ata General Assembly, begun and holden at Columbia, on Monday

the twenty-fourth day of November, in the Year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred, and from thence continued by diver's adjournments, to the nineteenth day of December, in the Year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and one.

state.

An ACT supplementary to un act, eniitled, An

act to prevent negro slaves and persons of colour

from being brought into or entering this state.D E it enacted by the Senate and House of Re

D presentatives, now met and sitting in general

assembly, and by the authority of the same; That Penalty for any person or persons whomsocver, who shall be bringing convicted by the verdict of a jury, in any of the negroes into this courts of common pleas or sessions in this state,

of bringing into, or of causing or procuring to be brought into, or of aiding or assisting in the bringing into this state, after the passing of this act, from any part or place without the limits of this state, any negro, mulaito, mustizo, or other slave or servant of colour whatsoever, or of harbouring, or of keeping, or of owning, or having in possession any negro, mulatio, mustizo, or other slave or servant of colour within this state, so to be brought into this state as aforesaid, or of emering this state, such person or persons, as the case may be, shall forfeit and pay one hundred dollars, to be appropriated as hereafter directe, for each and every such negro, mulatto, mustizo, or other slave or servant of colour whatsoever, so to be brought into, or harboured, or kept, or owned, or being in possession as aforesaid, within this state; and shall moreover forfeit and lose all his, her or their right, title and interest, of, to and in every such negro, mulatio, mustizo, and other slave and servant of colour.

And be it enacted by the authority aforesaid, Every That every negro, mulatto, mustizo or other slave, such ne. which shall come or enter into this state, from any gro to be

part or place from without the limits of this state, shall and may, upon the fact of such coming or en

sold.

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