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ry's line to the North fork, (leaving Lamb and Berry in the Washington district;) and thence with the North fork to the mouth of Mill creek; and all the territory contained in this boundary is added to the Lewisburg district.

Approved March 22, 1851.

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districts, with the voting pla. ces therein nam. ed.

CHAPTER 552. AN ACT concerning Magistrates' and Constables' districts. § 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Common

wealth of Kentucky, That the districts formed by the comDistricts form. missioners appointed under and by an act, entitled, an act missioners ap- appointing commissioners to divide the counties of this pointed bereto.

state into districts for the election of justices of the peace fore, except oih erwise provided and constables, approved December 12, 1850, are hereby lished as voting established as districts in the several counties in this state

for the election of two justices of the peace and a constable, with the boundaries described in the report of said commissioners, as filed and recorded in the office of the county court clerk of the counties respectively, and as filed in the office of the secretary of state; and the places named by said reports, as voting places in said districts respectively, are hereby established as the places for holding all elections in said districts for all officers, unless otherwise provided for by law.

$ 2. The said districts and voting places named in the Said districts first section of this act, are established, subject to such ces to be subject changes, alterations, and modifications as have been made, to such changes or shall be made by laws or in pursuance of laws passed made by law. at the present session of the general assembly, and all such

changes, alterations, and modifications, are as fully established as if they had been embraced in and formed part of the report of said commissioners, named in the first section of this act.

$3. That it shall be the duty of the secretary of state to Secretary or make out and transmit certified copies of every act passed mit copies of ali at the present session of the general assembly, changing or

changing forming new districts, or changing the place of voting in ting places to districts, in any county, to the clerk of the county wherein respective coun

such change shall have been made, on or before the 10th day of April next; and said act shall be recorded by said clerk on his record books, in which the reports of said commissioners are recorded, and a true copy of said act or acts shall be by said clerk delivered to the sheriff of his county.

Approved March 22, 1851.

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CHAPTER 553. AN ACT to establish a July' term of the Wayne County Court. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, That there shall be a term of the Wayne county court held on the fourth Monday in July in every year, for the transaction of business.

Approved March 22, 1851.

CHAPTER 562. AN ACT providing for the special terms of the County Courts. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, That it shall be the duty of the county courts, from time to time, to hold special terms thereof for the purpose of qualifying sheriffs and other officers to enter upon the duties of their respective offices, by taking the oaths required by law and executing such official bonds as, by law, they are directed to execute.

Approved March 22, 1851.

Xo. 3 in Wood.

CHAPTER 564.
AN ACT to change the places of voting in Districts No. 3, in Simpson ; No.

5, in Woodford ; No. 8, in Breckinridge ; and No. 6, in Henderson. ģ 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, That the place of voting in district No. No. 3 in Simp 3, in Simpson county, is so changed as to make Ira M. son. Breedlove's school house the place of voting in said district.

§ 2. That the voting place in district No. 5, in Woodford county, is hereby changed from the house of Senate A. ford. Hawkins to the house of Elijah Wilson, in said district.

§ 3. That the voting place in district No. 8, in Breckinridge county, is hereby changed from the house of Henry inridge. D. Basham, to the town of Union Star, at such house therein as the sheriff may select. $ 4. That the voting place in district No. 6, in Henderson

derson. county, is hereby changed from the house of E. D. Bennett, to the town of Hibbardsville, in said district, at such house within said town as the sheriff

may

select.
Approved March 22, 1851.

No. 8 in Breck.

No. 6 in Hen.

CHAPTER 565.
AN ACT to change the lines between districts Nos. 2 and 3, in Mercer

county.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth
of Kentucky, That the line between districts No. 2 and No.
3, in Mercer county, is so changed as to begin at the point
where Vandyke's road crosses A. M. Yanarsdall's south

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line; thence running west with said line until it strikes Simon Vanarsdall's southern line; thence with said line until it strikes Simm's mill road; thence with said road to the dividing ridge between Thompson's creek and Salt river; thence with said ridge to the Providence road, near Samuel Wright's.

Approved March 22, 1831.

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CHAPTER 566.
AN ACT to change certaju districts in Spencer county.
$1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Common-

wealth of Kentucky, That the following changes are made in Line between the districts in Spencer county, as formed and reported by districts Nos. 3 the commissioners appointed to lay off said county into and I changed.

districts for the election of justices of the peace and constables, to-wit: the line between districts No. 3 and No. 1, in said county, shall run from Jonathan Cook's, on Elk creek, with the Louisville road until it strikes Big Plumb creek, near the widow Taylor's farm; thence up said creek to the Bullit county line; and all the territory north and east of said line shall form a part of district No. 1.

2. That the lines between districts No. 2 and No. 4, in Line between said county, is so changed as to make Heady's run the diand a changed. viding line between said districts ; and all the territory ly4

ing east of said Heady's run shall form a part of district
No. 2.

Approved March 22, 1851.

CHAPTER 567. AN ACT establishing certain voting places in Harrison county. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, That the following shall be the voting places in the several districts for the election of magistrates and constables in the county of Harrison, hereinafter named, to-wit : in district No. 2, Webb's store ; in No. 4, Claysville; in No. 7, Jacob Renaker's; and in No. 8, Leesburg.

Approved March 22, 1851.

CHAPTER 568.
AN ACT to establish an additional Magistrates' and Constable's District

in Nelson county, and to extend the boundaries of District No. 6.
§ 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Common-

ucalth of Kentucky, That there shall be and there is hereby Boundaries of established an additional magistrates' and constable’s disdistrict No. 8*. 'trict in Nelson county, to be denominated district No. 1, to

tablished

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be composed of that part of district No. 1, as follows: beginning on the road from Bardstown to Bloomfield, where the line of district No. 1 crosses it; thence with said road to the east end of main street, in Bardstown; thence with said street to third cross street, in said town; thence southwardly with said street, leaving the court house on the east, to the limits of Bardstown; thence with the course of said street continued till it strikes the town fork of Stewart's creek, and down it to the Beech fork and up the same to Knott's fish trap; thence to include St. Thomas'; thence, including William Sutherland's to Horn branch, and down it to the Beech fork, and with it to the mouth of Cedar creek, and up it and its head waters so as to include George Hay's farm, and between it and Electius Hagan's; thence to the point where Doom's bark road commences to ascend the knobs; thence to the east end of the lane between Simmons and Miller; thence to Wathen's mill road, near William Hunter's ; thence with Wathen's mill road to John Stewart's, to include John Stewart; thence to include Thomas Aud, on the Louisville turnpike road ; thence so as to include Stanilaus Spaulding; thence to include Walter Hopkins'; thence to include John Mackay and A. C. Wilson, to the beginning.

§ 2. That the bounds of the magistrates' and constable's district, in Nelson county, No. 6, be extended as follows: from the junction of the Beech and Rolling fork, up the Rolling fork to the Burnt Lick ford; thence with the road from said ford, excluding Nicholas Carter's, to the Beech fork at Vititoe's ford, a line of said district as now established; and the bounds of the adjacent district shall be changed accordingly.

Approved March 22, 1851.

Boundaries of No. O changed.

CHAPTER 569.
AN ACT to change the boundaries of, and place of voting in Magistrates'

and Constable's District, No. 2, in Scott county, and the voting place of
District No. 2, in Grant county.

$ 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, That the boundaries of district No. 2, in Scott county, as reported by the commissioners ap- J Beindeloos in pointed to lay off said county into districts for the election Scott changed. of justices of the peace and constables, be and they are hereby changed as follows: commencing at the paper mill of W. H. McDonald & Co., on North Elkhorn; thence down Elkhorn to Threlkeld's mill; thence with the road leading from said mill to Frankfort, to the farm of James Shackelford ; thence a line that will leave said Shackelford's farm, and the farms of Thomas Blackburn and Churchill J. Blackburn within the Stamping Ground dis

1851. trict, to the Franklin county line; thence with said line to

South Elkhorn ; thence up South Elkhorn to Kenny's farm; thence with a line north so as to leave the house of said Kenny and William Martin in the Georgetown district, to the Iron Works' road; thence with said road so that a line

running due north will strike the beginning corner. The changed. angting place place of voting in said district to be at the store of John

W. Forbes, instead of Harriott's mill.

§ 2. That the place of voting in district No. 2, in Grant Voting place in county, as laid off by the commissioners heretofore apdistrict No. 2 in pointed by an act of this general assembly, shall be at the Grant changed.

house of William Webb, sr., known as Cordovia post office

in said county.

Approved March 22, 1851.

CHAPTER 572.
AN ACT to change the boundary and place of voting in certain Magis.

istrates' and Constables' Districts in Shelby county, and to provide for
changing the voting place in District No. 5, ip Hopkins coupty.

§ 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Com

monwealth of Kentucky, That the north line of the magisDistrict No.2, trates and constable's "listrict, No. 2, in Shelby county, be Shelby county.

so changed as to include the farms on which the following individuals now reside, to-wit: Clark and James McDaniel, Stephen Weakley, Gov. C. Foster, Simpson Weakley, David Staples, Anthony Tanner, Nathan Searcee, and Wm. W. Wilson.

§ 2. That the boundary of district No. 1, in said county,

be so changed as to include the farms of H. H. Hancock, District No. 1.

and James Ratcliff, and they and their tenants on said farms be allowed to vote in said district.

$ 3. That the place of voting in district No. 7, in said District No.n.

county, shall be at the house of Josiah Daniel, instead of Rockville.

4. That the boundaries of district No. 5, in said county, be so changed as to exclude the residences of John G. Bryan and A. B. Veech, and that they be included in the district No. 6, in said county.

§ 5. That the house of Robert Doak shall be the place of District No. 4-8 voting in district No. 4, in said county, instead of Chesnut

Grove.

§ 6. That it shall be the duty of the officers conducting Voters in dis. the election in May next, at Providence district, No. 5, in kins county To Hopkins county, to open columns in their poll book, and vote, upon the take votes to determine at what place in said district the establishnient the voting place election precinct shall be permanently located; the town of in said district.

Providence shall be named, also the house of Mr. Winn, known as the former residence of Cader Bruce, and the house of Eden Craig shall likewise be named, and the vote

District No. 5.

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