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H*3423
Session 104 (1981-1982) 

H*3423(Rat #0384, Act #0325 of 1982)  General Bill, By R. Schwartz, R.L. Altman, 
J.F. Anderson, W.S. Anderson, W.E. Applegate, F.X. Archibald, J.M. Arthur, 
W.D. Arthur, J.N. Ashe, D.L. Aydlette, H.L. Barksdale, D.M. Beasley, 
D. Blackwell, L. Blanding, S. Blatt, J.D. Bradley, P.T. Bradley, J.B. Brandt, 
Branton, T.D. Broadwater, D.M. Bruce, A.H. Buchan, D.E. Bundrick, T.M. Burriss, 
M.J. Busbee, B. Campbell, Carnell, C.D. Chamblee, M.D. Cleveland, R.L. Cobb, 
M.J. Cooper, V.L. Crocker, C.M. Dangerfield, M.R. Daniel, G.W. Dukes, 
B.L. Eaddy, M.L. Eargle, T.W. Edwards, T.J. Ervin, P. Evatt, J.G. Felder, 
S.R. Foster, P. Freeman, T. Gadson, J.P. Gardner, L.E. Gentry, J.E. Gonzales, 
B.J. Gordon, H.C. Granger, J.W. Graves, J.V. Gregory, C.L. Griffin, 
M.S. Gulledge, A. Hardy, J.L. Harris, P.B. Harris, Harvin, D.O. Hawkins, 
J.C. Hayes, J.C. Hearn, R.L. Helmly, B.L. Hendricks, L.I. Hendricks, 
C.T. Hinson, C.E. Hodges, D.N. Holt, B.F. Hornsby, S.H. Howard, B.E. Huff, 
T.E. Huff, T.L. Hughston, I.C. Joe, W.H. Jones, H.H. Keyserling, J.E. Kinard, 
Kirsh, J.R. Klapman, R.A. Kohn, Koon, E.S. Lake, W.R. Lee, T.G. Mangum, 
S.P. Manning, T.M. Marchant, Martin, Matthews, J.G. McAbee, D.M. McEachin, 
D.F. McInnis, J.D. McInnis, McKay, R.N. McLellan, J.W. McLeod, D.E. McTeer, 
J.B. Meyers, E.M. Middleton, T.W. Mitchell, J. Murray, M.E. Nunnery, 
D.L. Ogburn, Patterson, L. Phillips, Phillips, J.C. Pracht, J.L. Rampey, 
A.V. Rawl, J.A. Reynolds, R.L. Rigdon, J.I. Rogers, I.K. Rudnick, Sheheen, 
D. Sheppard, E.W. Simpson, J.J. Snow, E.C. Stoddard, R.M. Tallon, J.H. Toal, 
D.C. Waldrop, Washington, M.H. Westbrook, J.M. White, Wilkins, D.E. Winstead and 
R.R. Woods
 A Bill to repeal Section 1-5-50, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976,
 relating to reports on disposition of fees and funds of the State Treasurer;
 Section 4-1-100 relating to estimates of county expenses; Section 7-23-30
 relating to payment of election expenses; Section 8-3-170 relating to the Bond
 Examining Board; Section 11-3-30 relating to office hours for the Comptroller
 General; Section 11-3-70 relating to reports on money due the State; Section
 11-15-40 relating to reports of obligations issued by political subdivisions;
 Section 11-15-50 relating to forms for reports of obligations issued; Section
 11-15-60 relating to notification of taxing authorities of upcoming
 obligations; Section 11-15-70 relating to penalties for default on
 obligations; Section 11-15-80 relating to notification of disbursing officers
 concerning payment of obligations; Section 11-15-100 relating to reports of
 violations concerning bond obligations to the Attorney General; Section
 11-15-110 relating to publication of an annual statement of obligations;
 Section 11-25-270 relating to payment for public printing; Section 30-1-150
 relating to reports of county officers; Section 43-31-160 relating to
 assistance to Vocational Rehabilitation employees in moving personal effects;
 Section 46-3-70 relating to the payment of compensation to the Commissioner of
 Agriculture; and Sections 58-29-10 through 58-29-280 relating to the State
 Rural Electrification Authority.

   01/21/82  House  Introduced and read first time HJ-303
   01/21/82  House  Referred to Committee on Judiciary HJ-303
   02/17/82  House  Committee report: Favorable Judiciary HJ-879
   02/18/82  House  Read second time HJ-928
   02/19/82  House  Read third time and sent to Senate HJ-966
   02/23/82  Senate Introduced and read first time SJ-13
   02/23/82  Senate Referred to Committee on General SJ-14
   03/24/82  Senate Committee report: Favorable General SJ-234
   03/25/82  Senate Read second time SJ-16
   03/26/82  Senate Read third time and enrolled SJ-2
   04/08/82  House  Ratified R 384 HJ-2079
   04/09/82         Signed By Governor
   04/09/82         Effective date 04/09/82
   04/09/82         Act No. 325
   04/21/82         Copies available



(A325, R384, H3423)

AN ACT TO AMEND SECTION 1-5-50, CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1976, RELATING TO REPORTS ON DISPOSITION OF FEES AND FUNDS OF THE STATE TREASURER; SECTION 4-1-100 RELATING TO ESTIMATES OF COUNTY EXPENSES; SECTION 7-23-30 RELATING TO PAYMENT OF ELECTION EXPENSES; SECTION 8-3-170 RELATING TO THE BOND EXAMINING BOARD; SECTION 11-3-30 RELATING TO OFFICE HOURS FOR THE COMPTROLLER GENERAL; SECTION 11-3-70 RELATING TO REPORTS ON MONEY DUE THE STATE; SECTION 11-15-40 RELATING TO REPORTS OF OBLIGATIONS ISSUED BY POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS; SECTION 11-15-50 RELATING TO FORMS FOR REPORTS OF OBLIGATIONS ISSUED; SECTION 11-15-60 RELATING TO NOTIFICATION OF TAXING AUTHORITIES OF UPCOMING OBLIGATIONS; SECTION 11-15-70 RELATING TO PENALTIES FOR DEFAULT ON OBLIGATIONS; SECTION 11-15-80 RELATING TO NOTIFICATION OF DISBURSING OFFICERS CONCERNING PAYMENT OF OBLIGATIONS; SECTION 11-15-100 RELATING TO REPORTS OF VIOLATIONS CONCERNING BOND OBLIGATIONS TO THE ATTORNEY GENERAL; SECTION 11-15-110 RELATING TO PUBLICATION OF AN ANNUAL STATEMENT OF OBLIGATIONS; SECTION 11-25-270 RELATING TO PAYMENT FOR PUBLIC PRINTING; SECTION 30-1-150 RELATING TO REPORTS OF COUNTY OFFICERS; SECTION 43-31-160 RELATING TO ASSISTANCE TO VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION EMPLOYEES IN MOVING PERSONAL EFFECTS; SECTION 46-3-70 RELATING TO THE PAYMENT OF COMPENSATION TO THE COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE; AND SECTIONS 58-29-10 THROUGH 58-29-280 RELATING TO THE STATE RURAL ELECTRIFICATION AUTHORITY.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of South Carolina:

Findings

Section 1. The General Assembly finds that the office of the Comptroller General has conducted a careful study of the statutory law relating to that office and public finance generally. The results of the study indicate that certain sections of the 1976 Code relating to these matters are obsolete and have been replaced or superseded by more recent legislation and should be repealed to eliminate conflicts in the law and references in the law, particularly those relating to the Comptroller General's office, to functions no longer performed by that office. It is the purpose of the act to implement the suggestions of the Comptroller General.

Repeal

Section 2. Sections 1-5-50, 4-1-100, 7-23-30, 8-3-170, 11-3-30, 11-3-70, 11-15-40, 11-15-50, 11-15-60, 11-15-70, 11-15-80. 11-15-100, 11-15-110, 11-25-270, 30-1-150, 43-31-160, 46-3-70, and 58-29-10 through 58-29-280 of the 1976 Code are repealed.

Time effective

Section 3. This act shall take effect upon the approval by the Governor.




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