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Title 58 - Public Utilities, Services and Carriers
Public Railways Commission [Repealed]
SECTION 58-19-10. Repealed by 1993 Act No. 181, Section 1617(A), eff July 1, 1993.
Former Section 58-19-10 was entitled "Creation of South Carolina Public Railways Commission; Membership" and was derived from 1962 Code Section 9-371; 1969 (56) 810.
SECTION 58-19-20. Repealed by 1993 Act No. 181, Section 1617(A), eff July 1, 1993.
Former Section 58-19-20 was entitled "Organization meeting; officers" and was derived from 1962 Code Section 9-372; 1969 (56) 810.
SECTION 58-19-30. Repealed by 1993 Act No. 181, Section 1617(A), eff July 1, 1993.
Former Section 58-19-30 was entitled "Powers and duties of Commission" and was derived from 1962 Code Section 9-373; 1975 (59) 321; 1985 Act No. 151, Section 3; 1987 Act No. 173, Section 48.
SECTION 58-19-40. Repealed by 1993 Act No. 181, Section 1617(A), eff July 1, 1993.
Former Section 58-19-40 was entitled "State Ports Authority shall transfer certain railroad operations to Commission" and was derived from 1962 Code Section 9-374; 1969 (56) 810.
SECTION 58-19-50. Repealed by 1993 Act No. 181, Section 1617(A), eff July 1, 1993.
Former Section 58-19-50 was entitled "Extension of operations by Commission" and was derived from 1962 Code Section 9-371; 1969 (56) 810; 1978 Act No. 600, Section 1.
SECTIONS 58-19-60 to 58-19-170. Repealed by 1993 Act No. 181, Section 1617(A), eff July 1, 1993.
Former Sections 58-19-60 to 58-19-170 were derived from 1975 (59) 321.
Former Section 58-19-60 was entitled "Nature of bonds issuable by Commission; issuance of bond anticipation notes".
Former Section 58-19-70 was entitled "Security for bonds issued by Commission; provisions in trust indenture or proceedings authorizing bonds".
Former Section 58-19-80 was entitled "Letting of contracts".
Former Section 58-19-90 was entitled "Necessary findings prior to acquisition of railroad and equipment".
Former Section 58-19-100 was entitled "Commission may provide that bond proceeds be disbursed during construction; limitation of obligation of Commission".
Former Section 58-19-110 was entitled "Records of additional acquisitions shall be kept separately".
Former Section 58-19-120 was entitled "Application of proceeds from sale of bonds; elements of cost of acquiring railroad or equipment".
Former Section 58-19-130 was entitled "Refunding bonds".
Former Section 58-19-140 was entitled "Bonds shall be lawful investments".
Former Section 58-19-150 was entitled "Exemption from taxation".
Former Section 58-19-160 was entitled "Issuance of bonds must be approved by State Budget and Control Board; procedure for obtaining approval." [1994 Act No. 426, Section 4, purported to amend Section 58-19-160, but was without effect due to the prior repeal of this section in 1993.]
Former Section 58-19-170 was entitled "Commission may act at regular or special meeting and without publication of proceedings".
SECTION 58-19-180. Repealed by 1993 Act No. 181, Section 1617(A), eff July 1, 1993.
Former Section 58-19-180 was entitled "Commission to hold title to, disburse and account for revenues received; deposit of funds in separate accounts by State Treasurer" and was derived from 1979 Act No. 199, Part II, Section 13.