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CHAPTER 1063.
AN ACT to regulate proceedings in civil cases.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth
of Kentucky:

§ 1. That the provisions of an act, entitled, an act to Acts 1861-2, regulate proceeding in civil cases, approved March 8th,

1862, shall continue in force and effect for one year from
the 8th of March, 1863.
§ 2. This act to take effect from its passage.

Approved March 3, 1863

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CHAPTER 1065.
AN ACT to prevent lawyers from keeping their offices in the clerks'

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

§ 1. That it shall not be lawful for any lawyer to keep Unlawful for his office in the clerks' office of any circuit or county court

ole in this State ; and any lawyer, so offending, and any clerk

so permitting his office to be so occupied, shall be deemed Penalty.

guilty of a misdemeanor, punishable by presentment or in-
dictment, and finable in the discretion of a jury, not less
than five hundred dollars.
2. This act to take effect from its passage.

Approved March 3, 1863.

lawyers to keep office in clerk & office.

CHAPTER 1071.
AN ACT for the benefit of the Commonwealth's Attorney of the 12th

Judicial District.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth
of Kentucky:

§ 1. That the Commonwealth's attorney for the 12th judicial district may draw his salary from the date of his commission. 2. This act to take effect from its passage.

Approved March 3, 1863.

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CHAPTER 1075.
AN ACT supplemental to an act, entitled, an act for the appropriation

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

1. That the principal clerks of the two houses be allowed five days, in addition to the three days allowed them in the act, entitled, an act for the appropriation of money, for chaptering the laws, making the side notes, arranging the papers for the Public Printer, &c. § 2. This act to take effect from its passage.

Approved March 3, 1863.

RESOLUTIONS.

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No. 83. RESOLUTIONS on the death of Judge Milton Young. Death, the insatiated has once more invaded this Hall, and taken hence one of its most honored inmate -, Judge Milton Young, with whom we have been so intimately associated here for near two years, and who has labored so earnestly and so well with us, has gone to his reward. Returning to his post here, as the efficient representative of the county of Henderson, he was suddenly stricken down on his way, in sight of the Capital. All that this body can now do is to show a proper respect for his memory, and join its tears with those of his bereaved family—therefore,

Resolved by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky:

That in the death of Judge Young the Legislature has lost one of its most valuable members, and the State a faithful and enlightened citizen.

Resolved, That we condole with the members of his family in their great loss, and that a copy of these resolutions be forwarded them as an evidence of our regard and sympathy.

Resolved, That a committee of three-two from this House, and one from the Senate-accompany his remains to his former friends in Henderson, and that the two Houses be draped in mourning, and the members and senators wear the usual badges the usual time.

Approved January 20, 1863.

No. 84.
RESOLUTIONS to appoint a committee to make arrangements for the

interment of the remains of the late Major General Wm. Nelson, at
Camp Dick Robinson.

Resolved by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky:

That a committee of two from the Senate, and three from the Honse of Representatives, be appointed to make such arrangements as may be necessary for the interment of the

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remains of the late lamented Major-General Willian Nelson at Camp Dick Robinson, where the patriot soldier es. tablished the first camp intended for the defense of Ken. tucky against invasion and threatened subjugation by the enemies of her peace and tranquility.

Approved January 20, 1863.

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No. 85.
RESOLUTIONS for the benefit of William Thompson and others

Whereas, William Thompson of Metcalfe county; Jonathan Williams, of Russell county; John S. Stockton, Noah Cresselious, and Jefferson Dicken, of Clinton county, and Nathan Buchanan, of Pulaski county, have been confined in some military prison of the so-called Confederate States for more than eighteen months; and there being no law by which they can be exchanged as prisoners of war-therefore,

Resolved by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky :

That Congress be requested to pass an act by which the above named persons, and all others in their condition, mas be exchanged, either as prisoners of war, or for citizens held in prison by the Federal Government, of similar condition.

Be it further resolved, That the Governor be requested to forward a copy of this preamble and resolution to both Houses of Congress.

Approved January 20, 1863.

No. 86. RESOLUTION instructing the State Librarian to purchase three copies

of the Holy Bible. Resolved by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky:

That the State Librarian be and he is hereby instructed to purchase, for the use of the State Library, Senate, and House of Representatives, three copies of the Holy Bibleone for the use of each department aforesaid-and that the Auditor draw his warrant on the treasurer for the cost of said books.

Approved January 22, 1863.

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