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Chapter 970. An act supplemenwal to an act for the benefit of M. W. Gallo.

way, late sheriff of the county of Graves, approved February

21st, 1863..........

Chapter 971. An act for the benefit of Annie Eliza Gerhart....

Chapter 972. An act to amend an act, entitled an act to incorporate the Pe-

um Sulphur Spring and Manufacturing Company...

Chapter 973. An act to authorize ihe Boyle county court to subscribe stock

in the Danville, Dix River, and Lancaster turnpike road.......

Cbapter 974. An act for the benefit of John McBrayer, of Anderson county,

Cbapter 975. An act allowing additional compensation for collecting the

public revenue for the year 1862, in the counties of Henry

and Nicholas......

Chapter 976. An act for the benefit of Joel W. Sallee, late sheriff of Pulaski

county.......

Chapter 978. An act to amend an act, entitled an act to amend the charter

of the town of Columbia, in Adair county.

Chapter 981. An act to create a soldiers' relief fund in Nicholas county......

Chapter 982. An act to amend the charter of the town of Independence......

Chapter 984. An act authorizing the Boyd county court to levy and collect

an ad valorem tax.....

Chapter 986. An act for the benefit of R. L. Tinsley and others.....

Chapter 988. An act to change the place of voting in Garrettsburg, in Chris-

tian county

Chapter 989. An act to amend the charter of the Springfield Deposit Bank,

Chapter 990. Ai act for the benefit of the Presbyterian Church in Bowling-

green.....

Chapter 991. An act for the benefit of John W. Campbell, late surveyor of

Christian county ........

Chapter 994. An act for the benefit of Daniel Morion, clerk of the Loyan

circuit court.......

Chapter 996. An act for the benefit of Jesse Burkhead, of Ballard county...

Chapter 998 An act for the benefit of James M. Harper, late sheriff or Cald-

well county........

Chapter 1000. An act for the benefit of S. K. Dameron, Jate clerk of the cir.

cuit and county courts of Pike county..

Chapter 1001. An act to incorporate Carrsville Lodge, No, 145, Independent

Order of Odd Fellows, Carrsville, Livingston county......

Chapter 1002 An act for the benefit of Win. H. Hamilton, late sheriff of

Larue county

Chapter 1003 An act fot the benefit of Mrs. Martha W. Snead...........

Chapter 1005. An act providing for the use of the Rockcastle county jail for

Whitley county

Chapter 1007. An act for the benefit of the city of Louisville..

Chapter 1008. An act for the benefit of Barbeita Dinkelspiel........

Chapter 1009. An act for the benefit of Emily P. Grainger.......

Chapter 1010. An act to amend an act, entitled, “ An act to incorporate the

Bell Insurance Company, of' Louisville," approved October 3,

1861.....

Chapter 1011. An act changing the boundary lines and voting place in Flat

Woods district, in Owsley county..

Chapter 1013. An act for the benefit of the surelies of C. A. Duncan, late

sheriff of Calloway county,

Chapter 1014. An act for the benefit of Martha J. Mansfield..

Chapter 1015.

An act to revive and amend the charter of the town of Mor.

tinsville, in Woodlord county.....

Chapter 1017. An act for the benefit of Louise Friedman, of Louisville......

Chapter 1018. An act for the benefit of Fady M Slaughter, of Todd county

Chapter 1019. An act for the benefit of the President and Directors of the

Danville, Lancaster, and Nicholasville turnpike road company

Chapter 10:23. An act for the benefit of the town of Shelbyville....

Chapter 1024 An act concerning the county judge of Shelby.......

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Chapter 1025. An act for the benefit of Winchester College...........

Chapter 1026. An act to authorize the Mercer cuunty court to make a gen.

eral cross-index to the records in its clerk's office........

Chapter 1027. An act to provide for the temporary removal of the office of

the Surveyor of Warren county.....

Chapter 1028. An act for i he benefit of Shepherd Massie.........

Chapter 1029. An act for the benefit of the Presbyterian Church at Mount

Sterling...

Chapter 1030. An act for the benefit of John C. Conkin, of Monroe county

Chapter 1031. An act in relation to the sale of ardent spirits in the town of

Greenu psburg....

Chapter 1034 An act for the benefit of Whitfield Moody....

Chapter 1035. An act to incorporate the Journeymen Tobacconists' Union of

the city of Covington.........

Chapter 1036. An act for the benefit of the assessors of Trigg and Breckin-

ridge counties.......

Chapter 1037. An act tor the benefit of John A. Yandell, late sheriff of

Crittenden county .............

Chapter 1041. An act for the benefit of Jacob Helton and Reuben Patrick,

of Mayoffin county.........

Chapter 1042. An act for the benefit of Wm. Williains, late sheriff of Boyd

county

Chapter 1043. An act for the benefit of the sheriff of Laurel county....

Chapter 1045. An act for the benefit of W. R. Hervey....

Chapter 1047. An act to incorporate the First and Second Street Horse Rail-

road Company, in the city of Louisville....

Chapter 1048. An act for the benefit of John Armstrong collector of the

revenue and county levy of Carter county for the year 1861...

Chapter 1049. An act for the benefit of the trustees of the town of Vance-

burg .....

Chapter 1050. An act for the benefit of school district No. 9, in Boone coun-

ty...

Chapter 1051. An act to amend the charter of the town of Gistville, in Hen-

ry county......

Chapter 1052. An act repealing the 3d section of chapter 320 of an act, en-

titled an act to incorporate the Library Association Company,

approved February 18th, 1860....

Chapter 1056. An act for the benefit of Joel Martin, late sheriff of Floyd

county ....

Chapter 1057. And to amend the charter of the city of Louisville......

Chapter 1058. An act for the benefit of James R. Hughes, late county aud

circuit court clerk of Union county..

Chapter 1059. An act for the benefit of Jos. L. McCarty, sberitf of Whitley

county .....

Chapter 1060. An act concerning the Bardstown road in Shelby county..

Chapter 1064 An act to incorporate the Deposit Bank of Frankiort....

Chapter 1066. An act to incorporate the Louisville and Southern Park Rail.

way Cumpany.....

Chapter 1067. An act to incorporate Catlettsburg Lodge, No. 142. 1. O. O. F.,

Chapter 1068. An act to incorporate Morning Star Lodge, No 16, I. 0. O. F.,

Chapter 1069. An act for the benefit of N. H. Ryan, late sheriff of Calloway

county .........

Chapter 1070. An act for the benefit of Jacob McLancy...

Chapter 1072. An act for the benefit of school district No. 1, in Calloway

county

Chapter 1073. An act to amend the charter of the city of Louisville............

Chapter 1074. An act for the benefit of B. S. Coffee, marshal of the town of

Columbia ......

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PASSED AT THE SESSION WHICH WAS BEGUN AND HELD IN
THE CITY OF FRANKFORT. ON MONDAY, THE SECOND

DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1861.

BERIAH MAGOFFIN, Governor.
JOHN F. FISK, Speaker of the Senate.
RICHARD A. BUCKNER, Speaker of the House of Reps.
NAT. GAITHER, Secretary of State.

CHAPTER 24.

AN ACT to change the county line between the counties of Carter and Rowan.

WHEREAS, It is represented to the General Assembly that 1861. the farm and residence of Scott Fults, of Carter county, is near the line between Carter and Rowan, and all of said Fults' business and social relations are in the county of Rowan; therefore,

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky:

$1. That the county line between the counties of Car- Scott Fults ter and Rowan be so changed, and so to run, as to include Rowan county. the farm and residence of Scott Fults in Rowan county. § 2. This act to take effect from and after its passage.

RICHARD A. BUCKNER,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
JOHN F. FISK,

Speaker of the Senate.
Approved September 18, 1861.

B. MAGOFFIN.
By the Governor:
Tuo. B. MONROE, JR., Secretary of State.

1861.

CHAPTER 41.
AN ACT in relation to the county lines of Lawrence and Floyd counties.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of
Kentucky :

§ 1. That section first of an act, entitled “An act in Act of 1 March, relation to the county lines of Floyd and Lawrence and 18600, Johnson counties," approved March 1st, 1860, be, and the 602) repealed." same is hereby, repealed; that the line between said coun

ties of Floyd and Lawrence are hereby restored as it was
before the passage of said act.
§ 2. This act shall take effect from and after its passage.

Approved September 20, 1861.

GUIAPTER 47.
AN ACT authorizing the Militêry Board of Commissioners to provide susten.

ance for troops.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth
of Kentucky:

$.!. That it shall and may be lawful for the Board of Military Board Commissioners created by the act, entitled " An act for the te branco por regulation of the militia, and to provide for the arming of troops in the the State," approved May 24, 1861, out of any money in field.

their hands unexpended, to provide for the sustenance of
the troops now in the field engaged in defending the State
from invasion.
§ 2. This act shall take effect from and after its passage.

Approved September 21, 1861.

CHAPTER 49.
AN ACT providing funds to defray the expenses of the Government.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth
of Kentucky:

§ 1. That in order to defray the current expenditures of Sinking Fund the Government, the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund State $100,000. are authorized, and it is hereby made their duty, to loan to

the State of Kentucky the sum of one hundred thousand dollars, out of the surplus money in the treasury to the

credit of the Sinking Fund; and for the amount thus Governsento loaned, the Governor of this Commonwealth is authorized bond for same, and required to issue a bond for, and on behalf of the

Commonwealth, payable to the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund two years after the date thereof, bearing interest at the rate of six per centum per annum-the interest payable semi-annually.

§ 2 That the Governor, Auditor, and Treasurer of this 1861. Commonwealth, be, and they are hereby, authorized and empowered to borrow for, and on the credit of the State, and" Treasurer

, from the several banks in this Commonwealth, from co- authorized to partnerships, from corporations created by the laws of this coeding $200,State, or from individuals, a sum not exceeding two hun- current expen's dred thousand dollars, to meet the current expenses of the defenthe governGovernment, to be obtained at such times and in such sums as the wants of the treasury may require; and for the sums thus borrowed, the Governor of this Common- Bond to be exewealth is hereby authorized and required to execute and cuted for rand deliver to the banks making said loans respectively, bonds State by the for and on behalf of the Commonwealth, payable at such interest as mna y

be agreed on. times, on such terms, and at such rate of interest, as may be agreed upon. § 3. That the money obtained under the provisions of

Money to be

placed in the this act shall be placed in the public treasury to the credit treasury,,,sabof the revenue proper, and subject to the warrants drawn for ordinary by the Auditor of Public Accounts for the ordinary expen

expenditures. ditures of the Government, including appropriations made by the Legislature.

ġ 4. That out of the money obtained under the provisions $60,000 hereto of this act, the sum of sixty thousand dollars, heretofore from Bank Ky.

to be paid. loaned to the State by the Bank of Kentucky, shall be paid ; and the Auditor is hereby required to draw his warrant upon the treasury in favor of said bank therefor. ý 5. This act shall take effect from and after its passage.

Approved September 21, 1861.

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CHAPTER 50.
AN ACT to enlarge the powers of the Military Board of this State.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth
of Kentucky:

§ 1. That the Military Board, created at the last session Military Board of the Legislature, are hereby authorized to order into the maxorder into custody of said Board any State arms which may have certain

accoutremente, been given out under the act creating said Board, or other &c. law of the State, whenever said Board shall deem it expedient to do so; said Board shall have like power over the accoutrements, camp equipage, equipments, and ammunition of the State.

§ 2. If any person shall willfully fail or refuse to return Penalty for digany of said property for forty-eight hours after the receipt order. of the order of the Board to that effect, he shall be guilty of a high misdemeanor, and be fined in a sum not less than one hundred dollars, nor more than five thousand dollars, and be imprisoned until the fine is paid and the arms, or

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