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LOUISVILLE CHANCERY COURT-Continued.

Button chancery cart to dit alt cat,

Cl mellor, may be a

Executions from court of appeals in cases taken from chancery court to be direc

ted to the marshal,

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Secretary to be appointed and duties,

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Supplemental to the act concerning,

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Suits changed from Jefferson circuit to Louisville chancery court to be tried

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The state divided into two districts, one asylum called the western, the other

eastern lunatic asylum,

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The two asylums regulated,

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LUNATICS AND IDIOTS-

Trials of may be had in Louisville city court,

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Circuit courts may decree the sale of lands and slaves of idiots and lunatics,

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Officers to give notice of holding court of assessments, court of appeals, and
musters,

Quartermaster and adjutant general, salaries increased,

Property exempted from execution is exempted from payment of militia fines,
MONUMENTS-

Appropriation to aid in the erection of a monument over the grave of Henry
Clay,

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Monument to be erected over the grave of Drury W. Poor,

Appropriation to erect a monument over the grave of Charles Scott,

NAVIGABLE STREAMS-

Rockhouse fork of Rockcastle creek declared navigable,

Beargrass not a navigable stream,

Drake's creek not a navigable stream,

No damages to be paid by state for flooding mills on,

Certain streams in Pike, Floyd, Letcher, and Perry counties declared navigable,

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NAVIGABLE STREAMS-Continued.

Lick fork of Jenny's creek and East fork of Big Barren river declared naviga

ble,

Lick creek in Morgan county navigable,

Durbin's creek, in Lawrence county, navigable,

Wolf creek, in Meade county, navigable,

Red river navigable,

Brushy fork of John's creek navigable,

Trace fork of Licking navigable,

Dams on Licking to be sloped,

Licking river and Hammond's fork of Goose creek navigable,

NEW COUNTIES-

Lyon, formed out of Caldwell,

McLean, formed out of Daviess, Muhlenburg and Ohio,

NON-RESIDENTS-

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Personal representatives of non-resident decedents may sue in this state,
Order of court to be filed and bond to be executed in this state,

Personal representative of a non-resident appointed in this state only can sue,
NOTARIES PUBLIC-

Fees of,

PLANK ROADS-

To declare semi-annual dividends,

PEDDLERS-

Persons selling by sample deemed peddlers,

Tax on, increased,

PENITENTIARY-

To provide for a settlement with present keeper,

Keeper of, to furnish governor's house with fuel,

Commissioners sinking fund may purchase keeper's residence,

POLICE JUDGES-

Who may hold court of a police or city judge when he fails to attend,

Appeals from, lie in cases for wharfage,

POWELL COUNTY-

To be furnished with law books,

PUBLIC BUILDINGS-

Appropriation to enclose capitol square,

RAILROAD COMPANIES-

Where life is lost from negligence, personal representative may bring action
for damages,

What damages may be recovered for cattle or other stock killed,

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3. For the interment of the remains of Bland Ballard in the Frankfort.ceme-
tery,

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4. Presentation of a sword to Henry E. Read,

5. Medal to commemorate the public services of Henry Clay to be placed in
secretary's office,

6. Monument to be erected over the grave of Drury W. Poor,

7. Flag of second Kentucky regiment to be preserved,

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RESOLUTIONS--Continued.

8. Respecting the school fund of the county of McLean,

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9. Respecting a settlement with keeper of penitentiary,

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10. Removing the remains of Bland Ballard and wife, and their interment in

Frankfort cemetery,

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11. For removing the remains of William T. Barry from England and deposit-
ing them in the Frankfort cemetery,

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12. In relation to conferring the rank of Lieutenant General upon Winfield
Scott,

13. In relation to appropriating part of the public domain to the state for educa-
tional purposes,

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14. In relation to removing the remains of Gov. Charles Scott to Frankfort cem-
tery and erecting a monument to his memory,

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15. Of condolence upon the death of John C. Calhoun and Daniel Webster,
16. In relation to the grant of lands to children of soldiers who are adults,
17. Laws of a general nature passed at the last session to be published under
the superintendence and direction of the attorney general,

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18. All laws relating to common schools to be published under the supervision
of the superintendent of public instruction, -

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REVENUE-

Distillers not required to procure license to retail ardent spirits,
Harrodsburg springs exempted from taxation,

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Law exempting lands held by a school or seminary from taxation repealed,
Wild cats, premium for killing,

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If county lines are changed after 10th January, revenue and county levy to be
collected as if no change had been made,

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Taxes improperly collected may be refunded,

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Fines collected for tearing down or defacing advertisements for the sale of pro-
perty taken in execution to be paid to trustee of jury fund,

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Execution against defaulting sheriff may be directed to sheriff of adjoining

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Penalty for digging a ditch or erecting a fence in or across a public road,
SALARIES-

Clerks in land office increased,

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Superintendent of public instruction, secretary of state, assistant secretary,
quarter master general, and adjutant general, increased,

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County of Mason and city of Maysville may increase salary of judge of 9th dis-
trict,

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Judges of court appeals, circuit courts, and Louisville chancery court increased,
Board of internal improvement, salary of president increased,

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Board of internal improvement to regulate salaries of officers on rivers,

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How school fund to be apportioned among the counties,
Trustees to report the number of children residing within their respective dis-
tricts 10th January preceding the report,

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SCHOOLS AND SEMINARIES-Continued.

None but a commissioner, or person residing in the district, is competent to act
as judge,

Vote to be taken on proposition to lay additional tax for increasing common
school fund,

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See chapter 955, page 174, changing time of taking vote.
Superintendent of public instruction, salary increased,

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Vote to be taken in August, 1855, whether an additional tax shall be levied for
common school purposes,

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To furnish Powell county with books,

All the laws relating to common schools to be published in pamphlet for distribu-
tion,

SECRETARY OF STATE-

Governor and secretary of state to contract for enclosing capitol square,
To furnish McLean and Lyon counties with books,
One of the commissioners of sinking fund,

Salaries of secretary and assistant secretary increased,

May purchase Monroe and Harlan's Digest,

Certain books to be furnished to Powell, Lyon and McLean counties,

SHERIFFS-

Have until January to return delinquent list,

To pay revenue into treasury by the 15th December,

Execution against defaulting sheriff may be directed to sheriff of adjoining
county,

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SINKING FUND-

Surplus of effects in penitentiary to be paid into,

Fiscal year changed,

Further to regulate its operations,

SHOOTING-

Shooting or discharging fire arms in a town or city unlawful,

Commissioners to pay principal of Craddock fund,

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Number of commissioners increased,

Concerning settlement with keeper of the penitentiary,

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SLAVES-

Taken in execution may be sold at a place other than court house by agreement
in writing,

SURVEYORS-

Penalty on ferry keepers on Ohio river for not keeping craft fastened,
Slaves and lands of married women may be sold and proceeds reinvested,
Moneys or funds of an infant may be invested in lands or slaves in or out of the
state,

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County surveyors may qualify commissioners appointed to divide lands or allot
dower,

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TAVERNS AND TIPPLING HOUSES-

Act of December 13, 1851, (called McHenry law,) repealed,

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But license has no effect until state tax is paid, bond executed, &c.
Penalty for retailing less than half gallon without license,

TAXES-

Harrodsburg springs exempted from taxation,

Vote to be taken whether an additional tax shall be levied for common school
purposes,

Improperly collected may be refunded,

Tax on appeals,

Cities and towns to retain the power of licensing the retailing of spirituous
liquors,

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Action to recover damages for trespass or injury to land may be maintained al-
though owner may not have actual possession,

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TREASURER-

Allowance for clerk hire,

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TREASURY WARRANTS-

Surveys on to be made within six months after entry, and surveys returned to

register's office within six months after survey,

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TURNPIKE ROADS-

To declare semi-annual dividends,

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VACANT LANDS-

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