Acts Passed at the ... Session of the General Assembly for the Commonwealth of Kentucky

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J. Bradford, printer to the Commonwealth, 1863
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An act to amend an act to amend title 7 chapter 4 of
36
An act to abolish the office of President of the Board of
39
An act creating the office of Public Binder and repealing 80
45
An act to repeal an act to establish equity and criminal courts
51
An act to repeal an act entitled An act to change the times
57
An act to amend an act entitled An act to amend 3d article
64
An act changing the time of holding the Trimble circuit court
70
An act to repeal in part an act entitled An act regulating
71
An act to amend the Code of Practice sixth subdivision
77
An act to fix the return day of executions
83
An act to amend an act entitled An act to amend the reve
87
AT SEPTEMBER SESSION 1861 NOVEMBER SESSION 1861 AND FEBRUARY
88
An act to amend chapter 63 of the Revised Statutes entitled
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An act to facilitate the execution of the attachment laws
102
An act for the benefit of the State Agricultural Society 1
1
An act to change the voting place in district No 3 in Whitley
7
An act to incorporate Baltimore Lodge No 361 of Free
10
An act for the benefit of James Trimble clerk of the Floyd
16
An act to amend the charter of Benton in Marshall county 22
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An act to anthorize the Marshall county court to change the State road 23
23
An act for the benefit of Ashley Owens of Rockcastle county 24
24
An act for the benefit of P B Adams late sheriff of Graves county and his deputies 25
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An act for the benefit of school district No 15 in Adair coun ty 26
26
An act to annend the charter of the Hardinsville and Crab Or chard turnpike road company 27
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An act for the benefit of W E Baker of Adair county 28
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An act to incorporate Mt Moriah Lodge No 206 of Free and Accepted Masons 29
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An act to incorporate Crittenden Lodge No 98 Independent Order of Odd Fellows 30
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An act to amend the road Jaws in Greenup county 31
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An act for the benefit of Edwin Trimble late clerk of the county and circuit courts of the county of Floyd 32
32
An act for the benefit of John Friend late sheriff of Floyd county 33
33
An act to amend an act entitled An act to incorporate the Louisville Courier Printing Company 34
34
An act for the benefit of H C Ireland 36
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An act for the benefit of the sheriff of Marion county 37
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An act for the benefit of E G Dear 38
38
An act to change the election and magistratess dietrict No
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An act for the benefit of Wm Mynbier clerk of the Morgan circuit court 40
40
An act to amend the charter of the town of Cadiz in Trigg county 41
41
An act for the benefit of Thomas Conway late sheriff of Union county 42
42
An act authorizing the Auditor to have the revenue of Rock castle county collected 43
43
An act amnendatory of an act to amend the charter of the town of Owington 44
44
An act to amend the charter authorizing the erection of an additional tollgate on the Louisville and Taylorsville turn pike by the turnpike company 45
45
An act to amend the charter of the Woodford Female College 54
54
An act to incorporate Washington Lodge No 1 of the United
60
An act to incorporate the LaGrange Masonic Female Semina
61
An act for the benefit of common school district No 34
67
An act for the benefit of James R Garland and his deputies
73
An act for the benefit of common school district No 46 in Henderson county Chapter 175 An act to amend the charter of the town of Mt Sterling 77
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An act for the benefit of L S Lee sheriff of Ballard county 78
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An act to appoint commissioners to redistrict Carter county into magistrates and constables districts 79
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An act empowering the jailer of Franklin county to appoint a deputy jailer 80
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An act for the benefit af W B Estis of Knox county 81
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An act for the benefit of William Milward 82
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An act supplemental to an act for the benefit of Sayers Todd Hensley and Lewis passed at this session 83
83
An act for the benefit of Geo W Tompkins late sheriff of Mercer county 84
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An act for the lienefit of the administrator of John C Morton late clerk of the Ohio circuit court 85
85
An act for the benefit of school district No 31 in Rockcastle county 86
86
An act to amend an act to incorporate the Pilots Benevolent
87
An act for the benefit of common echool district No 19
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Chapter 276 An act to amend the charter of the town of Mount Sterling 106
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An act for the benefit of the trustees of school district No
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An act for the benefit of Joseph G Harrison late sheriff
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An act for the benefit of school district No 33 in Nelson coun
124
An act to amend the charter of the Clay and Kisers turnpike
130
An act for the benefit of Charles X and Harriet Wheeler 136
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An act for the benefit of the sheriffs of Spencer and Larue
142
An act for the benefit of Wm R McFedran presiding judge
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An act for the benefit of common school districts Nos 15
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An act for the benefit of John G Parks former clerk of
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An act for the benefit of Joseph L Ray late sheriff of Shelby
162
An act changing the place of voting in the Kinnikinnick elec
167
An act appropriating money toward the completion of the West
173
An act legalizing the appointinent of W C Gillis as adminis
179
An act for the benefit of school district No 39 in Ovio
183
An act to repeal an act entitled An act to protect sheep
189
An act to incorporate Tecumseh Tribe No 6 Independent
237
An act to amend section 25 chapter 93 of Revised Statutes
243
An act appropriating money to a State secret service fund
247
An act to amend sections 3d and 4th of article 2d of chapter
259
An act requiring certain officers and teachers in this Common
265
An act to provide for the payment of twenty five dollars boun
267
An act to create a Soldiers Relief Fund for Bourbon county
303
An act supplemental to an act entitled An act to provide
309
An act to change the county line between the counties
312
An act to authorize the suspension of circuit courts in ceriain
318
Resolution to call on the Governor
322
Resolution authorizing the Governor to order out the Home Guards 2014
323
Resolution in relation to the drafting of the quota of Kentucky in the 300000 nine months militia called for by the Federal Gov ernment
324
Resolution allowing mileage to Senator Wright
325
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Resolution in relation to an adjournment of the Legislature
327
Resolution giving clerks additional pay
328
PASSED AT THE JANUARY SESSION 1863
329
An act to amend an act concerning idiot pau pers
335
An act to amend the 19th section of article 1st of the 37th
337
An act appropriating money to the Western Lunatic Asylum
343
An act to amend section 3 article 10 chapter 28 Revised
347
An acı allowing county courts to qualify deputy clerks for cir
353
ALSO AT
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No 96 Resolutions requesting Congress to pass laws providing for paying
391
Resolution concerning adjournment
395
An act for the benefit of the circuit and county court clerks
401
An act to amend an act entitled an act to incorporate
405
the city of Hickman and for other purposes
412
An act for the benefit of Wm R Mize of Pulaski county
415
An act to repeal the charter of the Deposit Bank of Cynthi
421
PRINTED IN PART BY JOHN B MAJOR PUBLIC PRINTER AND IN PART
422
An act to extend the March term 1863 of the Madison circuit
431
ted Order of Ancient Fellows of the State of Kentucky
458
An act to change the lines of districts Nos 4 and 7 in Whit
461
An act for the benefit of the Louisville and Bardstown turn
467
An act for the benefit of the Sinking Fund of the Louisville
473
ty of Metcalfe
480
An act for the benefit of Pleasant J Potter sheriff of
486
An act to incorporate Cherokee Tribe No 36 Independent Order of Red Men
487
An act to amend the charter of the town of Springfield
488
An act to authorize the commissioners of the Sinking Fund 10
489
An act for the benefit of John H Allison late sheriff of Law rence county
490
An act ior the benefit of the Oregon turnpike road company Chapter 874 An act for the benefit of R R Bolling
491
An act for the benefit of the collector of revenue c for 1861
492
An act for the benefit of R S lluey
493
An act to change the boundary line of Columtia voting dis trict in Adair county
495
An act 10 conſer additional powers on connty judges
496
An act concerning the mayor of the city of Covington
497
An act for the benefit of Andrew W Foster late sheriff of Al len county
499
An act for the benefit of Sarab Godsbaw
500
An act for the benent of Caroline Oppenheimer
501
An act to authorize the holding a levy and court of claims in Webster county
502
An act to change the line of a magistrates and constables dis trict in Carter county
503
An act to legalize an election held in Webster county on the 27th of December 1862
504
An act for the benefit of Daniel McGrath
511
de coun
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An act for the benefit of Johu G Wyatt lale sheriff of Mont
523
An act to regulate the sale of spirituous liquors in the town
529
An act supplemerwal to an act for the benefit of M W Gallo
530
An act to amend the charter of the Springfield Deposit Bank
536
Chapter 100s Ao act for the benefit of Barbeila Dinkelspiel
542
An act for the benefit of Winchester College
547
An act for the benefit of Jacob Helion and Reuben Patrick
553
An act repealing the 3d section of chapter 320 of an act
559
An act to incorporate Catlettsbury Lodge No 142 I 0 0 F
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An act for the benefit of the surelies of C A Duncan late
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263
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sheritf of Calloway county
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546
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