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H*2080 (Rat #0483, Act #0414 of 1984) General Bill, By D.M. McEachin, M.O. Alexander, D. Blackwell, Branton, T.A. Brett, M.D. Cleveland, M.J. Cooper, V.L. Crocker, H.C. Granger, M.S. Gulledge, J.L. Harris, J.C. Hayes, J.C. Hearn, B.L. Hendricks, D.N. Holt, B.E. Huff, T.E. Huff, I.C. Joe, W.H. Jones, J.R. Klapman, E.S. Lake, Martin, R.N. McLellan, D.E. McTeer, M.P. Miles, Phillips, Sheheen, J.J. Snow, J.R. Tally, B.E. Thrailkill, Washington, M.H. Westbrook, Wilkins and R.R. Woods
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    A Bill to amend Section 61-9-40, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, relating to the unlawful sale of beer and wine to persons under the age of eighteen and to amend Section 20-7-370, as amended, relating to the unlawful purchase or possession of beer and wine by persons under the age of eighteen, so as to raise the lawful age for such sales and purchases from eighteen to nineteen on a certain date and from nineteen to twenty on a certain date, to amend Chapter 9, Title 61 of the 1976 Code by adding Section 61-9-455 so as to require certain signs to be posted in every retail location wherein beer, ale, porter, or wine is sold, to amend Section 61-9-70, relating to penalties for certain violations of the beer and wine laws, so as to revise these penalties, and to amend the 1976 Code by adding Section 61-9-75 so as to require that the text of provisions of law which make it unlawful to give false information as to a person's age for the purpose of unlawfully purchasing beer or wine must be conspicuously displayed in all establishments which hold a permit to sell beer or wine.-amended title
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12/13/82House Prefiled
12/13/82House Referred to Committee on Judiciary
01/11/83House Introduced and read first time HJ-214
01/11/83House Referred to Committee on Judiciary HJ-214
02/02/83House Committee report: Favorable Judiciary HJ-585
03/02/83House Debate adjourned HJ-1253
03/02/83House Debate adjourned until Tuesday, March 15, 1983 HJ-126
03/03/83House Reconsidered HJ-1299
03/03/83House Debate adjourned until Tuesday, March 8, 1983 HJ-1300
03/08/83House Objection by Rep. Beasley, Broadwater & Sheppard HJ-1347
03/30/83House Objection withdrawn by Rep. Broadwater HJ-1747
04/06/83House Debate adjourned HJ-1906
04/07/83House Objection by Rep. Aydlette HJ-1960
04/19/83House Objection withdrawn by Rep. Aydlette HJ-2297
04/19/83House Objection by Rep. Derrick HJ-2297
04/21/83House Special order, set for Tues. 4/26/83 after call uncontest. cal. (Under H-3000) HJ-2372
04/26/83House Amended HJ-2400
04/26/83House Debate interrupted HJ-2407
04/27/83House Amended HJ-2425
04/27/83House Read second time HJ-2436
06/02/83House Read third time and sent to Senate HJ-3478
06/07/83Senate Introduced and read first time SJ-1914
06/07/83Senate Referred to Committee on Judiciary SJ-1914
05/02/84Senate Committee report: Favorable Judiciary SJ-1641
05/09/84Senate Read second time SJ-1732
05/09/84Senate Ordered to third reading with notice of amendments SJ-1732
05/23/84Senate Read third time and enrolled SJ-1901
05/24/84 Ratified R 483
05/29/84 Signed By Governor
05/29/84 Effective date 05/29/84
05/29/84 Act No. 414
06/08/84 Copies available

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