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LAWS AFFECTING THE CITY OF GREENVILLE. 59

in General Assembly, and by the authority of the same,
That any person or corporation hereafter investing capi-
tal in the manfacture of cotton, woolen or paper fabrics,
iron from iron ores, or agricultural implements, within
the limits of the city of Greenville, shall, for the period
of ten years from the date of the investment, be entitled
to received a sum equal to the aggregate amount of city
taxes, from the treasury of the city of Greenville, which
shall be levied and collected upon the property or capi-
tal employed or invested directly in such manufactures
or enterprises, not including herein the tax levied upon
the land upon which the factories may be erected. The
sum of money so to be repaid by the city to be fixed and
determined by the City Council in accordance with the
tax returns, and paid by the City Treasurer under the
order of the City Council.
[Act 1887, page 1030]
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LICENSE TAXES.

AN ACT to Authorize the City Council of the City of
Greenville to Impose a License Tax, etc.
SEC. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rep-
resentatives of the State of South Carolina, now met
and sitting in General Assembly, and by the authority of
the same, That the City Council of Greenville be, and
are hereby, authorized to require the payment of such sum
or sums of money, not exceeding five hundred dollars per
annum, for license or licenses, as in their judgement be
just and wise, by any person or persons engaged, or in-
tending to engage, in any calling, business, or profession,
in whole or in part, within the limits of the City of
Greenville, except those engaged in the calling or pro-
fession of ministers of the Gospel and teachers.
SEC.2. The said City Council of Greenville is hereby
authorized to pass such ordinances as are necessary to
carry the intent and purpose of this Act into full effect.
SEC. 3. That this Act shall take effect from the date of
its approval.
[ Act of 1888, page 180.]

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