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    • Executive order 

      McNair, Robert E.; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 1968-05-07)
      This executive order by Governor Robert E. McNair rescinds the supplemental executive order of May 5, 1968 as it relates to the sales of alcoholic liquors, including beer, whiskey and wine, in Cherokee County.
    • Executive order 

      West, John C.; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 1974-08-30)
      This executive order by Governor John C. West suspends Reese A. Hubbard from the Office of Supervisor of Oconee County and appoints James Phinney to fill the vacancy.
    • Executive order 

      McNair, Robert E.; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 1968-12-16)
      This executive order by Governor Robert E. McNair redesignates the Governor's Committee for Study, Evaluation and Planning in Criminal Administration as The Governor's Committee on Criminal Administration and Juvenile Delinquency.
    • Executive order 

      McNair, Robert E.; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 1968-02-09)
      This executive order by Governor Robert E. McNair proclaims that a state of emergency exists in the City of Orangeburg; and in order to minimize the dangers to life, limb and property authorizes, orders and directs: That ...
    • Executive order 

      McNair, Robert E.; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 1969-04-30)
      This executive order by Governor Robert E. McNair orders an election for the offices of Intendent and Wardens of the Town of Snellings South Carolina.
    • Executive order 

      West, John C.; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 1974-03-26)
      This executive order by Governor John C. West directs that a referendum be held to determine if officers from West Union can be included in the South Carolina Police Officers Retirement System.
    • Executive order 

      West, John C.; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 1973-01-10)
      This executive order by Governor John C. West Carl suspends Jones as a member of Greenville County Council and appoints J. P. Lowry to his seat.
    • Executive order 

      West, John C.; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 1973-09-29)
      This executive order by Governor John C. West commissions the Honorable Patsy S. Stone, Probate Judge of Florence County, South Carolina, to preside as the Probate Judge of Marion County. South Carolina, for the sole purpose ...
    • Executive order 

      West, John C.; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 1973-11-02)
      This executive order by Governor John C. West appoints Henry Techlenburg to the Energy Management Policy Council.
    • Executive order 

      McNair, Robert E.; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 1968-02-10)
      This executive order by Governor Robert E. McNair orders that the Order of February 9, 1968, establishing a State of Emergency in the City of Orangeburg be, and the same is hereby made and extended to include the County ...
    • Executive order 

      McNair, Robert E.; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 1968-03-04)
      This executive order by Governor Robert E. McNair rescinds the Executive Order issued February 9, 1968, and declares it no longer of force and effect.
    • Executive order 

      West, John C.; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 1968-04-11)
      This executive order by Lieutenant Governor John C. West proclaims that the Executive Order issued by him on April 9, 1968, concerning Columbia is hereby amended so as to provide that the hours of curfew shall commence at ...
    • Executive order 

      West, John C.; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 1974-07-01)
      This executive order by Governor John C. West creates the Division of Health and Social Development within the Office of the Governor.
    • Executive order 

      McNair, Robert E.; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 1968-04-15)
      This executive order by Governor Robert E. McNair rescinds the Executive Orders issued by Lieutenant Governor, John C. West, on April 9, 1968, and April 11, 1968 concerning a curfew in Columbia, and declares them no longer ...
    • Executive order 

      West, John C.; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 1973-01-12)
      This executive order by Governor John C. West reappoints Kenneth Chue as coroner of Charleston County.
    • Executive order 

      West, John C.; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 1973-01-04)
      This executive order by Governor John C. West dismisses Kenneth Chue as coroner of Charleston County and appoints Dr. John F. Reynolds to fill the vacancy.
    • Executive order 

      West, John C.; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 1974-10-29)
      This executive order by Governor John C. West reinstates John Jerry Williams to the Board of Directors of York County and dismisses John A, Gill from that office.
    • Executive order 

      McNair, Robert E.; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 1969-03-12)
      This executive order by Governor Robert E. McNair creates the Health and Welfare Council.
    • Executive order 

      West, John C.; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 1974-11-20)
      This executive order by Governor John C. West appoints a commission to study and report on the facts pertinent to annexation of land from Richland County to Lexington County.
    • Executive order 

      West, John C.; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 1974-11-14)
      This executive order by Governor John C. West orders the Department of Corrections comply with the United Nations' "Standard Minimum Rules on the Treatment of Prisoners."