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REVENUE-Continued.
Sherif's statements of amount collected to be transmitted to Auditor........

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To be collected from old book, when...........

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Auditor to give notice ...........

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Lien for..........

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Motions by Auditor against defaulting collectors may be made at any term of Frank-
lin circuit court without notice.........................

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Defaulting corporations to be proceeded against, how....

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How tax list of absent persons to be made ........

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Time extended or officers to return delinquent lists.....

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Aet providing mode in which defaulting sheriffs may pay.

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REVISED STATUTES-

Stanton's, 500 copies of, to be sold by Secretary of State, and money to be paid into
treasary...

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ROADS-
Fines on delinquents, how appropriated ......

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How accounted for...

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ROWAN COUNTY-

Line, adjacent Carter, changed...........
RUAWAYS–See Slaves.)
RUNAWAY SLAVES-
No valuation to be made before sale ...

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RUSSELL COUNTY-
Decer ber term, 1861, of circuit court in, suspended.

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Times of holding circuit courts in..

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Terms limited to six days..........

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SALARIES-
Of Adjutant General..........

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Of Quartermaster General.............

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of members of Military Board, fixed.

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of Military Board .............

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SALES OF INFANT'S REAL ESTATE-
How defective sales may be made valid..

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Act of September 30, 1861.......

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SECRETARY OF STATE-
To have public books distributed, how.....

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SCHOOLS AND SEMINARIES-
Act for the benefit of Transylvania .........

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School children not to pay toll on turnpikes.........

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Penalty for disturbing public examinations of.......

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SCHOOLS, COMMON-
For 1861, broken up by invasion and other causes, to be paid for pro

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Reports, when to be received ..............

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How county commissioners to be elected......

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Vacancies, how filled ......

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County commissioners to give bond........
Number of days to the month of actual session...........

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Act of 6th October, 1861, not to apply to schools taught in 1861....

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SHEEP
Killed by dogs in 1863, number to be taken in by assessor...........

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SHERIFF8—
How vacancy in office of sheriff to be filled in certain cases........

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SHERIFFS-Continued.

What affidavit shall state........
How vacancy in office of, to be temporarily filled. .......

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How writ of election to issue

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Certain appointments legalized.............
Section 12, of article 3, chapter 91, Revised Statu'tes, repealed...

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Duty to proceed to collect revenue immediately after 1st June
To appoint a place to receive taxes, and give notice thereof...

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Tax-payers to pay taxes to ................

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May add ten per centum against such as fail to attend and pay.........

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To make affidavit at July, September, and November terms of their county courts,
of amount of revenue collected....................

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To pay as he collects .......

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Not excused from paying revenue as required by previous law.

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Further time given to execute bond for collection of revenue... .......

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Upon failure office to be declared vacant

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Successor to be appointed ...........

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Certain, to have two years to collect arrearages..........

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Bond to be given........
Time given to return delinquent lists

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Defaulting, may pay by quarterly installments
Provided they replevy the judgments.

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How replevin bonds to be executed .......

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Lien for revenue on property of, retained..........

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Damages against, in certain cases to be remitted.....

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Act not to apply to special cases.........
SINKING FUND-
Commissioners to proceed to collect loans..

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May purchase for the fund certain bank stocks on certain terms.
May sell bank stock purchased by them......

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Discretion given as to collections........
Collection of no debt to be suspended, unless by a majority of commissioners, enter-

ed on their journal, stating who was present and consenting..........
Laws authorizing commissioners of, to loan money except to the State, repealed....
Additional five cents, per one hundred dollars' worth of property, levied ..........
Commissioners to loan to the State one hundred thousand dollars of their surplus

in the treasury....

Bond to be given on behalf of the State.........
SLAVES-

Owners of runaway, to be notified in certain cases...
Fact of slave being runaway, may be contested .........
Judgment for taker-up
Judgment against taker-up..
Proviso as to notice.........
Fees, mileago, gateage, &c .........
Collusion of taker-up with the slave. ......

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Proceedings where party is non-resident..........

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Where taker-up is not a resident of the county, or adjoining county, or is not found 35
Hirer to pay part............
Compensation for taking up runaway slaves.....
Lien to taker-up......
Jailer's duty........
Act of March 3, 1860, ropoaled.........

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SLAVES—Continued.
Certain aets revived .......

36 Runaway-no valuation to be made on, beforo sale.

23 SOLDIERSDeserting the service, how dealt with..........

..... 103-4 In army, good ground for continuance in criminal prosecutions......

69 No judgments against on bail bonds till 2d term after they leave the service

69 Sureties to consent................

69 No judgment by default against, whilst in service of United States.......

67 Absence of, four months in service United States, no ground of attachment against, 31 SPECIAL JUDGESof equity and criminal courts, may be elected......

95 SPIRITUOUS LIQUORSNot to be sold in five miles of camp to officer or soldier......

23 Penalty against offender and how proceeded against......

23 STANTON'S REVISED STATUTESSecretary of State to sell 500 copies at $5 per copy...

30 Voney to be paid into the treasury..

30 STATE BONDSAdditional loan of $2,000,000 authorized ...........

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To be given for loan ($100,000) from Sinking Fund ...............
To be given for loans from Banks and others, (not exceeding $200,000).......... 3

For an additional $1,000,000 ..........
SURETIES
Additional grounds for attachments in favor of.

55 TAX

Five cents per hundred dollars' worth of property, additional to be levied............. 76
To be assessed and collected from old book, when..

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Auditor to give notice..........
Lien for tax........

43 Assessors, how to proceed in making lists of persons absent....

32 Additional five cents per $100 worth property, for Sinking Fund ......... TOBACCO

Power to appoint inspectors taken from Governor and given to Louisville city ...... 9, 10 TOLLSOn turnpikes, to be collected. &c. ........

75 School children not to pay on turnpikes ....

60 TRANSYLVANIA UNIVERSITYTrustees authorized to procure endowment...

57 How trustees to be appointed..........

57 Appointment and removal of professors.

57 Agreement to be recorded.

57 TREASURERTo have $300 to enable him to hire a clerk...

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State, to be supplied by loans.......
TRIMBLE COUNTY-
Times of holding circuit courts in..

70 TURNPIKE ROADSPayment of tolls to be enforced ..........

75 Encroachments on, to be removed, and roads to be kept open.

75 Proceedings thereto....

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UNION COUNTY-
Boundary to be run and marked....

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Boundry defined .............

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Line to be run.......

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Pay to commissioners...

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USURY-
Limitation to action for, one year..........

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VACANCY IN OFFICE-
Ministerial, how created...........

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How Board Internal Improvement may fill, in their own body, during recess of
General Assembly .....

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VOLUNTEERS-
Act to raise and organize 40,000, and 1,500, and 500......

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(See Military.)
WAYNE COUNTY-
Fall term, 1861, of circuit court in, suspended ..........

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WEBSTER COUNTY-
Boundars defined...

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Line to be run........

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Pay to commissioners...

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Boundary next Henderson changed.

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Boundary to be run and marked....

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How commissioners to be paid......

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WIDOWS-

Renouncing husbands' will, to have same property set apart to, as in cases of intes-
tacy..........

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WILLS-

Original, may be withdrawn from county court office, when necessary for evidence
in a court of another or foreign State .........

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Renounced by widow—same property to be set apart to her and infant children as
in cases of intestacy.........

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LOCAL AND PRIVATE ACTS

OF

THE STATE OF KENTUCKY,

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 1.
AN ACT for the benefit of the State Agricultural Society.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth

1861. of Kentucky :

§ 1. That the State Board of Agriculture be, and they allows suspen. are hereby, authorized to dispense with holding their sign of fair for annual fair for the present year, should they elect to do so. $ 2. This act to take efl'ect from and after its passage.

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

Speaker of the Senate.
Approved September 10, 1861.

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

CHAPTER 2.

AN ACT for the benefit of Joseph Doniphan, late presiding judge of Bracken

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

§ 1. That Joseph Doniphan, late presiding judge of

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