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
Includes: public acts, local and private acts. Includes regular, adjourned, called, and extraordinary sessions.
 

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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
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 of holding the Lincoln and Pulaski circuit courts approved December 20 1861
57
An act to amend the law in regard to sheriffs
58
An act to amend an act entitled An act to cause writings to be made in the English language
59
An act exempting school children from payment of tolls
60
An act regulating the time of holding quarterly and other courts inferior in jurisdiction to the circuit courts
61
An act to amend the revenue laws of this Commonwealth
62
An act to amend an act entitled An act to amend 3d article of 86th chapter Revised Statutes approved 30th September 1861 64 Chapter 426 An act ch...
64
An act to repeal an act entitled An act to increase the fees of jailers approved February 15 1856
65
An act to regulate navigation on the Kentucky river
66
An act to regulate proceedings in civil cases
67
An act or the benefit of common school districts
68
An act for the benefit of soldiers in the armies of the State of Kentucky and the United States
69
An act changing the time of holding the Trimble circuit court
70
An act to amend section 13 chapter 32 article 12 Revised
72
An act further to provide for the filling vacancies in the office
79
An act to fix the salaries of the Adjutant General and Quarter
85
Chapter 57a An act to amend an act entitled An act to amend the reve
87
AT SEPTEMBER SESSION 1861 NOVEMBER SESSION 1861 AND FEBRUARY I SESSION 1861 NOVEMBER SESSION 1861
88
An act to amend the Code of Practice in civil cases 54
92
An act to amend chapter 63 of the Revised Statutes entitled
93
An act to facilitate the execution of the attachment taws
102
Citizens Expatriation and Aliens
138
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 for the benefit of Isaac N Greathouse
9
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
22
An act to authorize 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
25
An act for the benefit of school district No 15 in Adair coun ty 26
26
An act to amend tlje charter of the Hardinsville and Crab Or chard turnpike road company 27
27
An act for the benefit of W E Baker of Adair county 28
28
An act to incorporate Mt Moriah Lodge No 206 of Free and Accepted Masons 29
29
An act to incorporate Crittenden Lodge No 98 Independent Order of Odd Fellows 30
30
An act to amend the road laws in Greenup county 31
31
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
36
An act for the benefit of the sheriff of Marion county 37
37
38
38
An act to change the election and magistratess district No
39
An act for the benefit of Wm Mynhier 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 amendatory 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 lof the United
60
An act to incorporate the LaGrange Masonic Female Semina
61
An act tor the benefit of common school district No 34
67
An act for the benefit of James It Garland and his deputies
73
An act for the benefit of common school district No 46 in Henderson county 77
77
An act for the benefit of L S Lee sheriff of Ballard county 78
78
An act to appoint commissioners to redistrict Carter county into magistrates and constables districts 79
79
An act empowering the jailer of Franklin county to appoint a deputy jailer 80
80
An act tor the benefit af W B Estis of Knox county 81
81
An act for the benefit of William Milward 82
82
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
84
An act for the benefit ol the administrator of John C Morton late clerk of the Ohio circuit court 85
85
An act for the benefit of John hchoolfield o Bracken county Chapter 216 An act for the benefit of school district No 31 in Rockcastle county Chapte...
86
An act to amend an act to incorporate the Pilota Benevolent and Relief Association 87
87
An act for the benefit of the personal representatives of R F Samuels deceased 88
88
An act to amend an act entitled An act to amend the char ter of the Knob Lick turnpike road company 89
89
An act for the benefit of E B Caldwell late sheriff of Lin coln county 90
90
An act to amend an act entitled An act to incorporate the town of Florence Boone county
91
An act for the benefit of the clerk of the Nicholas county court 92
92
An act for the benefit of common school district No 19 in Bullitt county 93
93
An act for the benefit of W S Gibbs late sheriff of Hancock county and the late sheriffs of Carter Pulaski Breckinridge anil Scott counties 95
95
An act for the benefit of the town of Lebanon 90
96
An act for the benefit of executors administrators and guar dians in the counties of Logan and Todd 97
97
An act for the benefit of school district No 1 in Clay county 95
99
An act lor the benefit of Albert G Waggoner late sheriff
105
An act for the benefit of the trustees of school district No
110
An act for the benefit of Joseph O Harrison late sheriff
118
An act for the benefit of school district No 33 in Nelson coun
124
An act to amend the chnrter of the Clay and Risers turnpike
130
An act for the benefit of Charles N and Harriet Wheeler 136
136
An act for the henefit ol the sheriffs of Spencer and Larue
142
An act or the benefit ol Win R McFwran presiding jude
148
An act for the benefit of common school districts Nos 15
154
Chapter 400 An act to amend the charter of the Kentucky Female College
159
An act changing the place of voting in the Kinnikinnick elec
167
An act appropriating money toward the completion of the West
173
Chapter 44S An act legalizing the appointment of W C Gillis as adminis
179
An act for the benefit of the Bullitt County Academy
182
An act to change the voting places in district No 6 in Wash
188
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 amend the act concerning the trustees police judge
313
An act for the benefit of Minor E Pate and others 318
319
Resolution to call on the Governor
322
Resolutions requesting the Governor to ask an extension of time or raising certain regiments of Kentucky volunteers
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
Resolution appropriating money to John B Major
326
Resolution in relation to an adjournment of the Legislature
327
Resolution giving clerks additional pay
328
AT THE SESSION WHICH WAS BEGUN AND HELD IN THE CITY OF FRANKFORT
329
An act to amend an act concerning idiot paupers
335
An act to amend the 19th section of article 1st of the 37th
337
An act appropriating money to the Western Lunatic Asylum 34a
343
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An act giving certain officers elected in 1862 further time to execute bond and take tlie oath of office
365
An act to prevent certain negroes and niulattoes from migrat ing to or remaining in this State
366
An act to regulate civil actions against officers and soldiers in the service of the Uniled Slates and this State
367
An act concerning the collection ol the public revenue or 186 3
368
An act in reference to the Library
369
An act supplemental loan act laying off the State into nine Congressional Districts
370
An act providing for allowing claimsagainst the Commonwealth in Whitley county
371
An net to amend subdivision 2 ot section 1 of article 5 of chapter 86 of the Revised Statutes
372
An act regulating itinerant dealers in skins and hides
373
An act conferring certain powers upon Master Commissioners
374
An act authorizing sheriffs and other collecting officers to at tach for the payment of Stale revenue and county levy
375
An act to amend the penal laws
376
An act to provide for claims against the Slate contracted un the State Guard Law
377
An act to amend 5ih article of chapter 86 of the Revised Statutes 37S Chapter 1053 An act to amend the 23d section 1st article 91st chapter of the Re...
379
An act to amend an act entitled An act to amend an act en titled an act concerning the collection of the public rcvenne and county levy for the years ...
380
An act to amend an act entitled an act concerning the Peni tentiary
381
Resolutions on the death of Wm H Edmunds
387
Resolution to go into joint session to receive certain flags from
394
Resolution concerning adjournment
395
An act to amend the charter of the city of Covington
402
An act to amend an act entitled an act to incorporate
405
An act to amend an act entitled an act to establish a police
411
An acl for the benefit of Wra R Mize of Pulaski county
415
An act to repeal the charter of the Deposit Bank of Cyntbi
421
An act to incorporate the Sail Lick Bridge Company
430
An act to extend the March term 1S63 ol the Madison circuit
431
An act to amend the charter of the Paris and Jacks own turn
437
An act to incorporate the Vanceburg Male and Female School
446
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
An act to amend an act entitled an act to provide a more effi
474
An act for the benefit of Joseph R Witty sheriff of the coun
480
An act for the benefit of Pleasant J Potter sheriff of
486
An act to incorporate Cherokee Tribe No 36 Independent
487
Order of Red Men 4S7 Chapter 869 An act to amend the charter of the town of Springfield 4
488
An act to authorize the commissioners of the Sinking Fund to purchase a lot in Frankfort for the State
489
An act lor the benefit ol John H Allison late sheriff ot Law rence county
490
An act for the benefit of R R Boiling
491
An act for Hie benefit of the collector of revenue c lor 1861
492
An act lor the benefit of R S Iluey
493
An act to change the boundary line of Columbia voting dis trict in Adair county
495
An act lo confer additional powers on county judges
496
An act concerning the mayor of the city ol Covington
497
An act lor the benefit of Andrew W Foster late sheriff of Al len county
499
An act for the benefit of Sarah Godshaw
500
An act for the benefit of Caroline Oppenheimer
501
An act to authorize the holding a levy and court of claims in Webster county
502
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503
An act to legalize an election held in Webster county on the 27th of December 1862
504
An act tor the benefit of Daniel McGralh
511
An act for the benefit of certain of the enrolled militia of Bul
517
An act for the benefit of John G VVyatt late sheriff ol Mont
523
An act to regulate the sale of spirituous liquors in the town
529
An act for the benefit of Annie Eliza Gerhart
531
An act for the benefit of John McBrayer of Anderson county
532
An act to amend an act entitled an act to amend the charter of the town of Columbia in Adair county
533
An act to create a soldiers relief fund in Nicholas county
534
An act to amend the charter of the town of Independence 634
535
An act to change the place of voting in Garreltsburg in Chris tian county
536
An act for the benefit of John W Campbell late surveyor of Christian county
538
An act for the benefit of James M Harper late sheriff of Cald well county
539
An act for the benefit of Wm H Hamilton late sheriff of Larue county
540
An act fot the benefit ol Mrs Martha W Snead
541
An act for the benefit of Barbetla Diukelspiel
542
An act to amend an act entitled An act to incorporate the Bell Insurance Company of LouiBville approved October
543
An act for the benefit of the sureiies of C A Duncan late sheriff of Calloway county
544
An act for the benefit of Louise Friedman of Louisville
545
An act fur the benefit of the President and Directors of the Danville Lancaster and Nicholasville turnpike load company
546
An act for the benefit of John C Conkin of Monroe county
549
An act for the benefit ol John Armstrong collector of
557
An act to incorporate Catlettsbnrg Lodge No 142 1 O O F
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第120页 - ... that this war is not waged upon our part in any spirit of oppression, nor for any purpose of conquest or subjugation, nor purpose of overthrowing or interfering with the rights or established institutions of those States ; but to defend and maintain the supremacy of the Constitution and to preserve the Union, with all the dignity, equality, and rights of the several States, unimpaired; and that as soon as these objects are accomplished the war ought to cease.
第160页 - States : and also to make, have, and use, a common seal, and the same to break, alter, and renew, at their pleasure: and also to ordain, establish, and put in execution...
第286页 - States army and navy or the customs and usages thereof, but no punishment under such rules and articles which shall extend to the taking of life shall, in any case, be inflicted except in time of actual war, invasion or insurrection, declared by proclamation of the governor to exist, and then only after the approval by the governor of the sentence inflicting such punishment.
第67页 - Every sale, mortgage or assignment made by debtors, and every judgment suffered by any defendant, or any act or device done or resorted to by a debtor, in contemplation of insolvency, and with the design to prefer one or more creditors to the exclusion, in whole or in part, of others...
第438页 - States, for the security of the public, a good and sufficient bond, in the sum of five thousand dollars, to be approved by the judge appointing him, conditioned that he will faithfully discharge...
第118页 - I deem it of importance that the loyal regions of east Tennessee and western North Carolina should be connected with Kentucky and other faithful parts of the Union by railroad. I therefore recommend, as a military measure, that Congress provide for the construction of such road as speedily as possible.
第44页 - ... to sue and be sued, plead and be impleaded, answer and be answered, defend and be defended, in all State courts having competent jurisdiction, and in any circuit court of the United States...
第120页 - Congress, banishing all feelings of mere passion or resentment, will recollect only its duty to the whole country ; that this war is not waged on their part in any spirit of oppression, or for any purpose of conquest or subjugation, or purpose of overthrowing or interfering •with the rights or established institutions of those States, but to defend and maintain the supremacy of the Constitution, and to preserve the Union with all the dignity, equality, and rights of the several States unimpaired...
第357页 - The inspectors of each prison shall have power, and it snail - . . .... be their duty, from time to time, to examine and inquire into all matters connected with the government, discipline, and police of the prison...
第118页 - Nicholasville, to the Cumberland Gap; or from Lebanon to the Tennessee line, in the direction of Knoxville; or on some still different line, can easily be determined. Kentucky and the general government co-operating, the work can be completed in a very short time; and when done, it will be not only of vast present usefulness, but also a valuable permanent improvement, worth its cost in all the future.

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