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1861. years; the said Shaw and Letcher for four years; and the
said Dudley and Bodley for six years, and until their sucHow appointments to be cessors shall be appointed [and] qualified. made hereafter
§ 2. That the General Assembly shall, at each regular session, appoint, for six years, two persons to fill vacancies in said board : Provided, That the board may fill vacancies occurring therein'when the General Assembly is not in session.
§ 3. That so much of sections 1 and 2, of article 3, of chapter 48, as are inconsistent with the provisions of this amendatory act, be, and the same are hereby, repealed.
§ 4. This act to take effect from and after the passage thereof.
Approved October 3, 1861.
an act for the regulation of the militia and to provide for the arming of
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky:
§ 1. That the Board of Commissioners created by the $2,000,000 addi- acts mentioned in the title to this act, and to which this is ized to be bor: a supplement, shall have power and authority to procure, rowed. by loan, two additional millions of dollars, in the same
manner, upon the same terms, and to be devoted to the same
Approved October 3, 1861.
AN ACT for the appropriation of money. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky:
§ 1. That the following sums of money are hereby appropriated, to the persons named and entitled to be paid out of the public treasury, upon the warrant of the Auditor of Public Accounts.
§ 2. To the Speakers of the Senate and House of Representatives, eight dollars per day, each, during the session of this Legislature.
§ 3. To the principal Clerks of the Senate and House of Representatives, ten dollars per day, each, during the present session, and the same sum per day, each, for five days
after the close of the session, or during the first five days of the recess, for their services in preparing the acts for publication and arranging the papers.
§ 4. To the Assistant Clerks of the Senate and House of Representatives, ten dollars per day, each, during the session.
5. That the Audior is authorized to draw his warrant on the treasury in favor of the principal Clerks of the Senate and House of Representatives for the amount of extra clerk hire for enrolling bills, to be estimated and certified by them.
6. To the Sergeants-at-Arms of the Senate and House of Representatives, six dollars per day, each, during the ression.
67. To the Doorkeepers of the Senate and House of Representatives, six dollars per day, each, during the session.
18. To Anderson Gray, for the services of two negro men, each, one dollar per day during the session, in waiting on the House of Representatives.
$ 9. To John W. Pruett, for the service of one negro man, in waiting upon the Senate, one dollar per day during the session.
§ 10. To the pages of the Senate and House of Representatives, one dollar and fifty cents, each, per day during the session, to be drawn and disbursed by the Sergeants-atArms of the two Houses.
§ 11. To A. G. Hodges & Co., for the Daily Commonwealth during the session, two hundred and forty-eight dollars.
$ 12. To S. I. M. Major & Co., for the Daily Kentucky Yeoman during the session, two hundred and forty-eight dollars.
Ø 13. To the ministers of the different religious denominations in Frankfort, fifty dollars, to be distributed equally amongst them by the Sergeant-at-Arms of the Senate.
Ø 14. To Anderson Gray, for two days' services for self and boy, in preparing the hall of the House of Representatives for the present session, fifteen dollars.
Á 15. To George A. Robertson, for two days' services as Sergeant-at-Arms of the House, five dollars.
Í 16. To W. Overton, for sundries furnished the Legislature, four hundred and thirty-six dollars and ninety cents.
$ 17. To John B. Huston, twenty-four dollars and sixty cents; to Wm. B. Read, six dollars and sixty-five cents; and to John M. Elliott, six dollars and ten cents, expenses incurred by them as a committee of the General Assembly, in visiting Harrodsburg, to inquire into the cause of arrest of certain members of the General Assembly. 18. To J. L. Smedley, eight dollars, expenses incurred
by him in visiting Harrodsburg with the above committee, by order of the Speaker of the House.
§ 19. To John N. Crutcher, twenty-five dollars, for one American flag.
§ 20. To John L. Smedley, for the services of the Frank fort Brass Band, fifteen dollars.
§ 21. To G. W. Berry, for timber and other materials and work done in raising the flag, twenty dollars and sixty cents.
$ 22. To Peter Qualls, for one ice box, &c., three dollars and fifty cents.
$ 23. To Sandford Goins, for one hundred and twentynine bushels of ice furnished the present Legislature, ninetysix dollars.
§ 24. To W. H. Averill, for bill of sundries, one dollar and forty cents.
$ 25. To John J. Roberts, clerk of the Senate Enrolling Committee, three dollars per day for eighteen days' services.
§ 26. To A. W. Vallandingham, for the services of his negro man in attending to the “back capitol,” one dollar per day during the session.
$ 27. To Gray & Todd, as per bill rendered, seventy-sis dollars and seventy-five cents.
28. To Robb & Dehoney, as per bill rendered, thirteen dollars and seventy-six cents.
$ 29. To the servants who have waited on the Legislature, twenty dollars, to be drawn by the Sergeant-at-Arms of the House of Representatives and disbursed.
§ 30. To A. G. Cammack, as per bills rendered, twentysix dollars.
$ 31. To J. M. Mills, as per bills rendered, five dollars and thirty cents.
$ 32. To J. W. South, as per bills rendered, thirty dollars and seventy-five cents.
§ 33. To Greenup & Alley, as per bill rendered, seventeen dollars and eighty-five cents.
§ 34. To Keenon & Gibbons, as per bill rendered, sixteen dollars and twenty-five cents.
935. To John Haly, as per bill rendered, three dollars and eighty cents.
§ 36. To John R. Graham, as per bill rendered, one dollar and ninety-five cents.
§ 37. To S. C. Bull, as per bill .rendered; forty-three dollars and fifteen cents.
$38. To R. Runyan, as per bill rendered, three dollars.
§ 39. TO A. G. Hodges & Co., for publishing general order No. 2, per order of S. B. Buckner, Inspector General, sixteen squares, three times, as per account filed, twentyfour dollars.
9 40. To M. P. Marshall, for going to inform Gen. Ander1861.
son of resolutions of General Assembly, expenses, eight dollars and seventy-five cents.
841. To John J. Roberts, for writing, at instance of chairman Military Committee, in Senate, five dollars.
§ 42. To G. W. Berry, for going to Camp Robinson, at the instance of the Speaker of the House, twenty-five dollars.
$_43. To Selby Harney, for clerking for House Committee on Federal Relations, twenty dollars.
§ 44. That there be allowed to Thornton F. Marshall and William B. Read the sum of eleven dollars, each, for expenses incurred by them while on a Senate committee to visit the Southern portion of the State.
§ 45. To Dan. B. Garrard, clerk of the Senate Committee on Federal Relations, ten dollars. $ 46. This act to take effect from its passage.
Approved October 4, 1861.
AN ACT to amend the charter of the People's Bank of Kentucky.
§ 1. That upon the holders of a majority of the stock in Bank may be the People's Bank of Kentucky signifying, in writing, their removed to
bow. desire to have the same removed from Bowling-Green to Louisville, the president and directors of said bank, or any number of the stockholders owning a majority of the stock of the same, may remove the same, and elect five directors Five dirootor for the management of the bank; and any stockholder is may be elected. hereby declared eligible as director in said bank; and stock. Who eligible. holders may vote by proxy or in person for said directors.
§ 2. That in case of removal, the provisions of the orig- Provisions of inal charter and amendments of same, which applied to
ter and amendsaid bank at Bowling-Green, shall apply to Louisville, ments made apexcept so far as altered and changed in the 1st section of this amendment.
$ 3. That upon the election of the directory they may President and elect a president and cashier and proceed to business, and Cashiermas bo take charge of the books, papers, and effects of the bank, and manage and control the same. § 4. That the act of Assembly, approved October 1, 1861, Act of October
1, 1861, repealed amending the charter of the People's Bank of Kentucky, is hereby repealed.
Approved December 5, 1861.
fail to hold such court at the time fixed by law.
9 1. That it shall and may be lawful for the judge of the Court of claims county court, in any county in which a court of claims counties which has not been held, as required by law, to notify the justices such court at of his county to assemble, at such time as he may appoint, pointed by law at the court-house of his county; and upon their assem
bling in pursuance of such notice, they, or a majority of
Approved December 5, 1861.
$1. That the provisions of the first section of “An act Act of October, concerning the banks of this Commonwealth," approved apply to Bank October 1st, 1861, shall apply to the Bank of Ashland; and of Ashland.
that said Bank of Ashland shall have and exercise all the
Approved December 5, 1861.
defining the number of days in a school month."
$1. That an act, entitled "An act to amend the common school law defining the number of days in a school month," approved October 6, 1861, shall not apply to schools taught in the year 1861. $ 2. This act to take effect from and after its passage.
Approved December 6, 1861.