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S*0498 (Rat #0289, Act #0190 of 1989) General Bill, By Drummond, J.C. Hayes and T.H. Pope
    A Bill to amend Section 49-1-50, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, relating to sale of drifted objects, so as to delete provisions relating to watercraft; to amend Sections 50-23-10, 50-23-30, 50-23-60, 50-23-110, 50-23-120, 50-23-170, 50-23-190, 50-23-200, 50-23-205, 50-23-270, and 50-23-280, relating to titling of watercraft and outboard motors, so as to delete boats and other watercraft from provisions regulating materials found drifting, to change and add definitions, to exempt commercial barges, windsurfers, and watercraft propelled exclusively by human power or with oars, paddles, or similar devices from titling requirements, to change procedures for applying for a title certificate, to provide for application for duplicate certificates, to provide a late fee, to provide for the form of the manufacturer's or importer's certificate, to define "homemade watercraft or outboard motor", to change provisions relating to serial numbers and identification numbers, to establish acts which are unlawful relating to watercraft or outboard motors, to provide that it is unlawful to deal with a watercraft or outboard motor by a person who has reason to believe it is stolen, to provide for disposal of stolen, abandoned, junked, adrift, destroyed, or salvaged watercraft or outboard motors, and to increase penalties for violations; to amend the 1976 Code by adding Sections 50-23-24, 50-23-135, 50-23-185, 50-23-275, and 50-23-290 so as to provide for titling abandoned, junked, adrift, and salvaged watercraft or outboard motors, to provide for the inspection of facilities involved with watercraft and outboard motors, to require titling of watercraft or outboard motors not previously titled, and to provide for conditional titles; to prohibit boats owned by boat liveries to leave their premises unless properly registered, numbered and titled.-amended title
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03/09/89Senate Introduced and read first time SJ-3
03/09/89Senate Referred to Committee on Fish, Game and Forestry SJ-4
03/30/89Senate Committee report: Favorable Fish, Game and Forestry SJ-9
04/11/89Senate Read second time SJ-15
04/11/89Senate Ordered to third reading with notice of amendments SJ-15
04/27/89Senate Amended SJ-141
04/27/89Senate Read third time and sent to House SJ-142
05/02/89House Introduced and read first time HJ-41
05/02/89House Referred to Committee on Agriculture and Natural Resources HJ-42
05/17/89House Committee report: Favorable with amendment Agriculture and Natural Resources HJ-16
05/29/89House Amended HJ-74
05/29/89House Read second time HJ-78
05/30/89House Read third time and returned to Senate with amendments HJ-117
05/30/89Senate Non-concurrence in House amendment SJ-32
05/31/89Senate Reconsidered SJ-2
05/31/89Senate House amendment amended SJ-43
05/31/89Senate Returned to House with amendments SJ-44
06/01/89House Concurred in Senate amendment and enrolled HJ-9
06/02/89 Ratified R 289
06/08/89 Signed By Governor
06/08/89 Effective date 06/08/89
06/08/89 Act No. 190
06/15/89 Copies available

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