10 BocTJiiENT No. 4, [Session
to Oommissionei'^ of the Poor, CJommissionei's of iioads.
Bridges, Ferries and Cuts, Commissioners of Public Build-ings,
and Commissioners to Approve the Bonds of Puhlic Ut-ficers,
and in discharge thereof, said County Commissioners,
will be governed as far as practicable by the laws and usages
regulating the functions of the officeSy the powers and d'uties
of which are hereby conferred upon them.
10, It shall be the duty of each of the Boards of Coimty
Commissioners in South Carolina, immediately after their
organization, to appoint a Treasurer to act until otherwise
provided by law, who shall be required, before entering upon
his duties, to enter into bond to the Board, with sureties to
be approved by the Board, and in amount to be fixed by the
Board, conditioned for the faithful perforaianoe of his duties
which bond shall be filed with the Clerk of the Court for the
County ; and such Treasurer shall safely keep and disburse
all funds belonging to the Board ; and for his services shall
be allowed a commission, to be fixed by the Board, on all
sums received and paid away, but no commission or other fee
shall be allowed on the transfer of funds to the Treasurer
from bis predecessor, nor from the Treasurer to his successor,
nor shall the commission allowed to the Treasurer exceed the
rate of two per cent, ou moneys received, and two percent,
©n moneys paid away.
11. The Circuit Judges, who shall be chosen by the Gen-eral
Assembly, shall, until otherwise provided hj law, be au-thorized
to exercise in suits in equity hereafter commenced
all the powers heretofore pertaining to Chancellors, subject
to rules of procedure to be fixed by Justices of the Supreme
Court ; and until the adoption of such rules, the existing
rules of chancery practice shall be followed.
By Command of Bvt. Major-General Ed. R. S. Canby :
LOUIS V. CAZIAEC,
Aifle-ile-Camj}, Acig. A^st, Adjt. GenevaL
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