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Jurisdiction of Judge of County Court and Ordinary, &c. 4. Sec. IV. THE DUTIES OF MASTER.—The master shall teach the apprentice the business of husbandry, house service, or some other useful trade or occupation, which shall be specified in the in- Weeklo, strument of apprenticeship; shall furnish him with wholesome te meli, teeninda food, suitable clothing, and necessary medicine and medical attendance; shall teach him habits of industry, honesty and morality; shall cause him to be taught to read English ; and shall govern him with humanity, using only the same degree of force to compel his. obedience as a father may use with his minor child.
5. Sec. V. CONTROVERSIES PENDING THE RELATION.-In all con- . troversies between the master and his apprentice, pending the existence of the relation, the Judge of the County Court, or the Ordinary, may exercise jurisdiction, and on complaint of either party, durinderen and notice to the other, may cause justice to be done in a summa-cool role ry manner. If the master be in default, he shall be fined at the discretion of the Court, not exceeding fifty dollars, and if the apprentice, the Court may order such correction as the circumstances may demand, not extending to cruelty.
6. SEC. VI. DissOLUTION OF THE RELATION.--By consent of. the parties, the Judge of the County Court, or the Ordinary, may dissolve the relation at any time; and on the death of the master, Relations, hose the said Judge or the Ordinary, may either dissolve it, or substi- dissolved a tute in place of the deceased, his legal representative, or some member of his family ; in which event, the person substituted, by filing a written acceptance, shall thenceforth have all the rights, and be bound for all the duties of the original master. Dissolution by consent, or for the death of master, shall be subject to the sound discretion of the Judge of the County Court, or of the Ordinary, as also shall be the selection of a successor to the master, as above mentioned; but if no successor be designated, and his acceptance filed within three months after death of the master, then the relation shall no longer exist.
7. SEC. VII. The Judge of the County Court, or the Ordinary, may also dissolve the relation, at the instance of the master, for gross At instmat misconduct in the apprentice; or at the instance of the appren- or the tice, or any friend of his, for cruelty in the master, or for failure to preadão. furnish food, clothing, medicine, or medical atter:dance, or for jeopardy of the good morals of the apprentice, by reason of the master's depraved conduct.
8. SEC. VIII. PROCEEDS OF LABOR-ALLOWANCE TO APPRENTICES.—To the master shall belong the proceeds of the apprentice's labor; but at the expiration of his term of service, a faithful ap. prentice shall be entitled to a small allowance from the master, Allomas at with which to begin, life; the amount to be left in the first in-expression of stance, to the master's generosity. If the master offer less than one hundred dollars, the apprentice may decline it, and cite the master Master eller before the Judge of the County Court, or the Ordinary; and after leave the hearing both parties and their witnesses, if any, the said Judge, or the Ordinary, shall fix the sum to be paid, increasing or diminishing
ing less than
Right of action against persons employing Apprentices, &c. the amount offered, according to the merits of the apprentice, the means of the master and the length and fidelity of the service.
9. Sec. IX. The master shall have a right of action against any Right of ac- person employing his apprentice, with notice of the fact, and the tiers og eins damages recovered shall not be less than twenty-five dollars.
10. SEC. X. All laws of this state in reference to apprentices, we het beste not inconsistent with this Act, are declared of force; and all artiLaws of force. cles of apprenticeship heretofore required to be approved by, and
recorded in the Inferior Court, shall hereafter be filed and recorded,
11. XI. Repeals conflicting laws.
person employing ap prentice.
Governor's Salary, &c.
Sec. 1, Salaries of Governor, Secretary of Sec, 22. For repairs of State House and CapiState, Comptroller General and
tol grounds. Treasurer ; of Secretaries of Execu. " 23. Secretary of State Finance Commit. tive Department, Messenger and
tee. State Librarian; Attorney and Solici." 24. Furnishing and repairing Executive tors General and Reporter of Su.
27. Salary of Clerk in office of Secretary 2. Additional assistance in Executive
of State, office,
28. Appropriation for furnishing maimed 3. Contingent fund: Printing fund:
indigent soldiers with artificial legs keeping in order Senate Chamber and Representative Hall; repairing 29. To Job Deon & Walker. State House Clock; pay of State “ 30. To committee appointed under resoHouse Guard.
lution of Convention. 4. Pay and mileage of members of the " 31. Books to Mr. Sanford. General Assembly.
32. To John Peabody, Solicitor General. 5. Pay of Secretary of Senate and Clerk “ 33. To pay expenses of witnesses beforo of the House ; of other Clerka.
Committee. 6. Pay and mileage of Door Keepers 34. Account of actual expenses of witand Messengers.
nesses before investigating Commit7. Pay for any service ordered.
tee to be paid. 8. Annual salaries fixed by law.
35. Support and education of Deaf and 9. Advances by Treasurer.
Dumb. 10. Salary of Superintendent of Lunatic 36. Treasurer to burn uncurrent bills.
Asylum, Trustees, Treasurer, sub. 37. Appropriation to John B. Weems. officers, and attendants and servants' 38. Contingent expenses of Secretary of hire ; support of pauper patients ;
Senate and Clerk of House. arrearages for 1865.
39. Guards of State Magazine. 11. Appropriation to purchase corn for 40. Salary of Principal Keeper of Penj. destitute.
tentiar, Assistant Keeper, Book12. For support of Academy for the Blind
Keeper, Tanner and Overseer. --and for repair of building.
41. Governor authorized to draw warrant 13. Chaplains of Senate and of House of
in favor of Messrs. Starnes, Bleck. Representatives ; Pages.
ley, Hull and Barnett. 14. Clerk in Treasurer's office; in Comp
42. D. B. Sanford to bring up unfinished troller General's.
busiuers of late Clerk of Supreme 15. To H. F. Merrell and Thomas D.)
Court to be paid fees allowed be. Wright.
fore adoption of Code. 16. To E T. Snead, A. D, Candler and 43. Work to be inspected. John B. Estes.
44. Appropriation for repairing and keep17. To Messrs. Starnes, Bleckley, Hul
ing in order State House Clock. and Barnett.
45. For winding up for 1866. 18. To L. H. Briscoe.
46. $4000 to be advanced to State Prin19. Pay of John G. Cushing.
ters. 20. Apprcpriation to Penitentiary.
47. Treasurer to make advances to mem21. Salaries of Secretary of Senate and bers, &c., of General Assembly.
Clerk of House. Additional com-
(No. 4.) An Act for raising a Revenue for the political year eighteen hundred and
sixty-six, und to uppropriate money for the support of the Government during said
and to make certain special appropriations, and for other purposes therein mentioned.
1. Section I. Be it enacted, &c., That the following sums of money be, and the same are hereby appropriated to the respective persons and objects hereinafter mentioned, to-wit :
tion to of
Governor's Salary-Salaries of State House officers-Salaries of Judges, &c.
The sum of four thousand dollars to His Excellency, the Governor, as his salary for the year eighteen hundred and sixty-six;
and the further sum of two thousand dollars, each, to the SecretaSecretary orry of State, Comptroller General and State Treasurer, for the year uroiter and eighteen hundred and sixty-six; and the sum of eighteen hundred
dollars, each, to the Secretaries of the Executive Department, not 1. Dept. of exceeding two, for the year eighteen hundred and sixty-six; and Messenger. the sum of nine hundred and fifty dollars to pay the Messenger of
the Executive Department, for the year eighteen hundred and sixState Libra- ty-six; and the sum of twelve hundred dollars to the State Libra
rian, as his salary for the year eighteen hundred and sixty-six ; and Attorney and the sum of three hundred dollars to each, the State's Attorney and
the Solicitors General, for the year eighteen hundred and sixty-six; Reporter of and the sum of one thousand dollars to the Reporter of the decis
ions of the Supreme Court, as his salary for the year eighteen hunAppropria dred and sixty-six ; and the further sum of two hundred and fifty die Supremerk dollars be, and the same is hereby appropriated to pay the Clerk tioner som medle of the Supreme Court for stationery and advertising notices of the
meeting of the said Court, in the year eighteen hundred and sixtyJudges of Su-six ; and the sum of thirty-five hundred dollars to each Judge of
the Supreme Court, as his salary for the year eighteen hundred perior Courts. and sixty-six ; and the sum of twenty-five hundred dollars to each
Judge of the Superior Court, as his salary for the year eighteen hundred and sixty-six.
2. Sec. II. That His Excellency, the Governor, be authorized to enplayor and employ such additional assistance in the Executive office, as he tional rasvist may deem necessary or proper, at any time, and that he draw his di ve ofice. warrant on the Treasury, to pay for the sanie, out of any money
not otherwise appropriated.
3. Sec. III. That the sum of twenty thousand dollars, and the un
expended balance on hand,the fifteenth of October, eighteen hundred Contingent and sixty-five, be and the same is hereby appropriated as a contingent
Fund for the year eighteen hundied and sixty-six: and the sum of twenty-five thousand dollars be appropriated for a Printing Fund for the current year, and in case of a deficiency in this appropriation, the Governor is hereby authorized to draw his warrant on the Treasury for the same, to be paid out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated ; and the sum of fifty dollars to the
person selected by the Governor to keep clean, scour and air the Keeping in Chambers of the Senate and Representative Halls, for the year mentative weighteen hundred and sixty-six; and the sum of one hundred and
fifty dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to pay for repairing and keeping in order the State House Clock, for the year eighteen hundred and sixty-six, Provided, said Clock is kept in re
pair; and the sum of sixteen hundred dollars to pay the State Sate House House Guards, for the year eighteen hundred and sixty-six.
4. Sec. IV. That the sum of twelve dollars per day, each, be
paid to the President of the Senate and Speaker of the House kicpresenta of Representatives, during the present session of the General As
pay for addi.
ance in Exec
and Senate Chamber.
Repairing and keeping in order State House Clock.
Pay of President of Senaie and Speaker of House of Representatives—Per diem of Members, &c.
sembly, and the sum of five dollars for every twenty miles trav-Mileage. el, going to, and returning from, the seat of Government, the distance to be computed by the nearest route usually traveled; and the sum of nine dollars, each, per day be paid to the members of Pay of Memthe General Assembly, during the present session, and five dollars Mileago. for every twenty miles of travel, going to and returning from the capital, under the same rules which apply to the President of the Sepate and Speaker of the House of Representatives, Provided, that Proviso. no member of the General Assembiy shall receive pay for the time he may be absent, unless his absence was caused by the sickness of himself or his family, or he had leave of absence granted by the Senate or House, for satisfactory reasons.
5. Sec. V. That the sum of twelve dollars per day, each, be Secretary of paid to the Secretary of the Senate, and the Clerk of the House of Clerk of Representatives, for the present session ; Provided, that no warrant Proviso. shall issue in favor of either until His Excellency, the Governor, shall have satisfactory evidence that they have, respectively, made or caused to be made and attached to the Journals of their respective Houses a good and sufficient Index, and have carefully marked and filed away all reports of Standing Committees, and all other papers of importance connected with either House; the sum of Jourualizing twelve dollars per day, each, to the Journalizing Clerks, Assistant tant SecretaClerk and Assistant Secretary of the Senate and House of Repre- and Assistant sentatives; and the sum of nine dollars per day, each, to the En-House. rolling and Engrossing Clerks of the Senate and House of Repre-Enrolling and sentatives, for the time they have been actually employed, which Clerks. shall only be allowed them upon the certificate of the Secretary or Clerk, stating that he required their services, and that they were actually performed; and the sum of nine dollars per day, each, to the Clerk of the Joint Finance Committee, and the Clerks of the Clerks of Hi. Judiciary Committees of the Senate and House of Representatives diciary Comfor the time they have been actually employed, which shall only be mittets. allowed them upon the certificate of the chairman of the Committees, stating that the service was actually performed; and the sum mittee on of nine dollars per day to the Clerk of the Committee on Freed- Affaires man's Affairs, for the time he was employed.
6. Sec. VI. That the sum of nine dollars per day be paid to each of the Door Keepers and Messengers of the Senate and House of Dodikoopers Representatives, at the present session of the General Assembly, and the same mileage to each of said Door Keepers and Messengers as is paid to the members of the General Assembly.
7. SEC. VII. That in all cases where the General Assembly directs the performance of any service or labor, for which no provis- Governor to ion is made for compensation, the Governor is hereby authorized to persation for draw his warrant on the Treasury for such sum or sums as in his ordered ico judgment may be a just compensation.
8. SEC. VIII. That the various sums of the annual salaries of all Annual salathe officers of this State, whose salaries are fixed by law, be, and ated.
Clerk of Com