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S*0713 (Rat #0178, Act #0168 of 1993) General Bill, By Drummond
    A Bill to amend the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976 by adding Section 39-43-45 so as to require a dealer in liquefied petroleum gas to meet certain storage capacity requirements; to add Section 39-43-75 so as to require notice to be given before work is begun on liquefied petroleum gas systems; to amend Section 39-43-10, as amended, relating to definitions in the liquefied petroleum gas chapter, so as to consolidate and revise these definitions; to amend Section 39-43-20, as amended, relating to the Liquefied Petroleum Gas Board, so as to increase the Board from four to five; to amend Section 39-43-30, as amended, relating to duties of the Board, so as to delete the reference to prosecuting criminal violations and to revise and include new references to the National Fire Protection Association pamphlets which are the basis for regulations the Board must promulgate; to amend Section 39-43-40, as amended, relating to liquefied petroleum gas business activities requiring a license, so as to revise statutory references; to amend Section 39-43-50, as amended, relating to license fees and definitions, so as to delete and transfer these definitions; to amend Section 39-43-80, as amended, relating to certification requirements for a person who transports, delivers, or conducts other business activities related to liquefied petroleum gas, so as to revise the certification requirement; to amend Section 39-43-130, as amended, relating to pilot safety valves on heating appliances in public buildings, so as to add requirements for these appliances in residences and manufactured homes; to amend Section 39-43-170, as amended, relating to criminal penalties for violations, so as to increase the minimum fine from five hundred dollars to one thousand dollars and to increase the minimum imprisonment from sixty to ninety days; to amend Section 39-43-180, as amended, relating to administrative penalties for failure to comply with an order, so as to clarify procedures for violations and to increase the penalty from two thousand dollars to five thousand dollars; to provide an exemption to storage capacity requirements under certain conditions; and to repeal Section 39-43-90 relating to the inspection and certification of cargo vessels and Section 39-43-160 relating to administrative procedures and penalties.
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04/20/93Senate Introduced and read first time SJ-21
04/20/93Senate Referred to Committee on Labor, Commerce and Industry SJ-21
04/29/93Senate Recalled from Committee on Labor, Commerce and Industry SJ-3
05/05/93Senate Read second time SJ-12
05/06/93Senate Read third time and sent to House SJ-10
05/06/93House Introduced and read first time HJ-61
05/06/93House Referred to Committee on Labor, Commerce and Industry HJ-61
05/26/93House Committee report: Favorable with amendment Labor, Commerce and Industry HJ-10
06/01/93House Amended HJ-58
06/01/93House Read second time HJ-58
06/02/93House Read third time and returned to Senate with amendments HJ-13
06/02/93Senate Concurred in House amendment and enrolled SJ-51
06/10/93 Ratified R 178
06/16/93 Signed By Governor
06/16/93 Effective date 06/16/93
06/16/93 See act for exception to or explanation of effective date
07/19/93 Act No. 168
07/19/93 Copies available

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