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H*3806 (Rat #0571, Act #0461 of 1982) General Bill, By E.C. Stoddard, R.L. Altman, J.F. Anderson, J.M. Arthur, J.N. Ashe, H.L. Barksdale, D.M. Bruce, A.H. Buchan, M.J. Busbee, Carnell, C.D. Chamblee, M.D. Cleveland, R.L. Cobb, M.J. Cooper, V.L. Crocker, M.R. Daniel, G.W. Dukes, T.W. Edwards, T.J. Ervin, J.G. Felder, S.R. Foster, P. Freeman, M.S. Gulledge, A. Hardy, P.B. Harris, D.O. Hawkins, J.C. Hayes, B.L. Hendricks, C.T. Hinson, B.F. Hornsby, S.H. Howard, T.E. Huff, Kirsh, J.R. Klapman, E.S. Lake, W.R. Lee, T.G. Mangum, Martin, J.G. McAbee, D.E. McTeer, J. Murray, M.E. Nunnery, D.L. Ogburn, L. Phillips, Phillips, J.C. Pracht, J.L. Rampey, J.A. Reynolds, I.K. Rudnick, Sheheen, D. Sheppard, E.W. Simpson, J.J. Snow, D.C. Waldrop, M.H. Westbrook and D.E. Winstead
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    A Bill to amend Sections 50-13-1110, 50-13-1115, 50-13-1120, 50-13-1135, 50-13-1187, 50-13-1192, and 50-13-1196, relating to the protection of nongame fish, so as to provide that the Article of the Code relating to protection of nongame fish shall not apply to shad or herring where otherwise provided by law, to add seines to the list of devices which may be used for taking nongame fish, to provide that it shall be lawful to take nongame fish with lawful game fishing devices designed to take game fish, to define "seine", to provide that any person taking fish with more than one seine must obtain and have in possession a valid state fishing license, to require any person taking nongame fish with two or more gill nets to obtain and have in possession a commercial fresh water fishing license, to add grapes as permissible bait for use with trotlines, set hooks, and jugs, to regulate nongame fishing in additional bodies of fresh water, to provide that confiscated fish may be sold under the provisions of law for the sale of perishable items, to qualify the actions which are unlawful and which may result in the confiscation and sale of boats, motors, and fishing gear; and to amend the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, by adding Sections 50-13-1191A and 50-17-2275 so as to provide that it shall be unlawful to anchor a seine and leave it unattended, and to regulate the use of gill nets on certain bodies of water in Florence, Georgetown and Williamsburg Counties.-at
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04/08/82House Introduced, read first time, placed on calendar without reference HJ-2063
04/20/82House Debate adjourned HJ-2231
04/22/82House Debate adjourned HJ-2309
04/27/82House Amended HJ-2616
04/27/82House Read second time HJ-2626
04/28/82House Read third time and sent to Senate HJ-2639
04/28/82Senate Introduced and read first time SJ-14
04/28/82Senate Referred to Committee on Fish, Game and Forestry SJ-15
05/26/82Senate Committee report: Favorable with amendment Fish, Game and Forestry SJ-76
05/28/82Senate Read second time SJ-326
05/28/82Senate Ordered to third reading with notice of amendments SJ-326
05/31/82Senate Amended SJ-27
05/31/82Senate Read third time SJ-37
05/31/82Senate Returned SJ-37
06/01/82House Debate adjourned on amendments HJ-3663
06/02/82House Concurred in Senate amendment and enrolled HJ-3779
06/03/82House Ratified R 571 HJ-3950
06/14/82 Signed By Governor
06/14/82 Effective date 06/14/82
06/14/82 Act No. 461
07/02/82 Copies available

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