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1862.

No. 63.
ADDRESS to remove from office Judge Burns.
To His Excellency, Berian Magoffin,

Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky : The General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, (two thirds of each House concurring therein.) request your Excellency to remove the Hon. William H. Burns from the office of circuit judge in the eleventh (11th) judicial district of the Commonwealth of Kentucky; and this General Assembly state, as cause for his removal, the following to-wit:

1. That the said Burns, for the last twelve months, has generally failed and neglected to discharge his official duties, although he has regularly claimed and received his salary up to the 4th day of February, 1862.

2. That said Burns has taken service and office in the so-called Confederate army and government, and is now, and for the last four months has been, aiding and assisting an armed body of men in rebellion, and waging war against the State of Kentucky and the government of the United States.

3. That the said Burns, by thus failing and neglecting his official duty, and aiding and assisting an armed rebellion against the Commonwealth of Kentucky, has violated his official oath, and has comınitted the crime of false swearing

4. That the said Burns, whilst holding the oflice of circuit judge, and receiving the salary of said office, has been guilty of the crime of treason against the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

5. That said Burns is guilty of the crime of treason against the government of the United States.

Approved February 26, 1862.

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INDEX TO PUBLIC

PUBLIC ACTS.

cases..

ADAIR COUNTY-
Fall term, 1861, of circuit court in, suspended........

18
Boundary adjoining Metcalfe changed...

11
ADJUTANT GENERAL-
Salary regulated......

85
AGENT
Auditor to appoint, for collection of arrears of revenue.

62
(Se: duties under head of Revenue.)
Pay and oath...

63
ALLEN COUNTY-
Boundary defined......

30
Line to be run.

31
ANDERSON COUNTY-
Times of bolding county courts in..

59
Authorized to increase county levy

29
APPEALS-
To Court of Appeals-Court of Appeals may extend time for filing record in civil

32
APPROPRIATION OF MONEY-
General act, March, 1862....

87
Act for.......

53
General bill......

24
ARMS AND ACCOUIREMENTS-

Military Board may order into their possession......
Penalty for disobedience of order.

3
May be sued for.......

Penalty for removing, concealing, or disposing of..
ASSESSORS-
To take in number of sheep killed by dogs in 1863.

7
How lists of absent persons to be made......

32
ATTACHMENTS-

Actions and proceedings may be removed from inferior.courts into circuit courts,

wbere attachments levied on the same property, and heard together............... 102
How circuit court actions may be removed, so as to have all levied on the same
property on one docket, and tried togother......

102
Order to be made or petition filed ...........

102
May be made in vacation or in open court.

102
Clerks and other officers, duty and fees.......

102
Grounds may be amended.

92
Liens regulatad ........

92
Various amendments to act of December, 1861......

93
Where actions may be prosecuted.....

93

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ATTACHMENTS-Continued.
Grounds for, in relation to removals of property or larged.......

77
No sale to be ordered in vacation without notice of application to opposite party.. 65, 66
Where suit by railroad and other corporations may be brought and how prosecuted 56
Who may grant orders for...........

56
Exception.....

56
Lien in favor of attaching creditors..

56
Additional grounds of-code amended........
In favor of sureties.

55
What property subject..........

55
Warning orders........

55
Proceedings may be equitablo......
Plaintiff may file his own affidavit as to certain matters........

55
Railroads and other corporations may have, in certain cases, without giving bond.. 56
Grounds for, enlarged, in cases of debtors removing their property........

33
Absence of soldier in service of United States four months, no ground of ............. 31
ATTORNEYS FOR THE COMMONWEALTH-

Not to take fees for defending, or defend criminals in their own districts ....... 44
To represent interests of infants in certain cases...............
Fees therefor.........

8
AUDITOR-
To appoint agents to collect arrears of revenue.

62
(See Revenue--Agent.)
When and how to proceed against defaulting sheriffs, clerks, collectors, and corpo-
rations, for unpaid revenue..................

43
BANKS,
Charter of Southern Bank of Kentucky amended..........

85
Of issue in Kentucky to loan $100,000 to citizens of each congressional district...... 78
On what terms.....

78
How loans to be divided among the counties...

78
Released from forfeitures and penalties for failing to pay specie on demand..

78
May deal in U. S. treasury notes.............

78
Banks accepting, to notify Secretary of State.........

79
Bank of Ashland may remove parent bank..

41
Not to establish any more branches....... ........

41
Removal not to be permanent, or out of the State..........

41
Commercial, released from obligations to establish certain branches..

38
May establish branches at other points, and remove parent bank......

38
Commercial, may collect debts by sale and transfer of stock.........

40
Bank Kentucky may discontinue certain branches during the war.

31
May establish agencies........

31
Capital stock may be reduced to $3,000,000...

31
Charter of People's Bank amended.....

27
Bank may be removed to Louisville....

27
Five directors ..........

27
Who eligible....

27
President and cashier may be elected........

T2
Act of October 1, 1861, repealed..

27
Southern Kentucky to be paid for lost coupons..

6
Evidence on which payment to be made...................

6,7
Charter of Bank of Ashland amended.....

28

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BANKS—Continued.

Northern Kentucky, Bank Kentucky, and Bank of Lonisville may issue small

notes........
Ang principal bank may suspend branch temporarily in certain cases and remove

valuables
Principal bank, in certain cases, may be removed temporarily.

People's Bank may be removed to Louisville.........
BARREN COUNTY-

Boundry defined........
Line to be run..........

Bound:y changed......
BINDER, PUBLIC

What books to be bound ........

Office created, and duties prescribed, prices, &c........
BINDING, PUBLIC-

(Se. Pablic Printing and Binding.)
BIRDS

Certain kinds protected .....
BIRTIS, DEATHS, AND MARRIAGES-

Fees for lists of, to assessors and clerks, regulated........
BOATS AND NAVIGATION-

Coal and flatboats descending the Kentucky river, how to pass, and how to be con-

structed........
To bare lights in the night......
Where to land in the night.........

Duty of steamboats when passing coal boats..
BOOKS, PUBLIC-

How pay for distributing to be drawn......
What shall be bound.......
Secretary of State to advertise for bids to distribute....
If no bids are made for the whole State, or are unreasonable, then how to be dis-

tributed......
Office of binder created.......
Term, bond, oath.......

Prices of work.
BOURBON COUNTY

Times of holding quarterly, justices', and other inferior courts in.........
BRACKEN COUNTY

Times of holding quarterly, justices', and other inferior courts in ........
BREATHITT COUNTY-

Fall term, 1861, of circuit court, suspended.........
CARTER COUNTY-

Line changed-how to run-exception as to railroad tax....

Line adjacent Rowan changed.....
CASEY COUNTY

-Fall term, 1861, of circuit court in, suspended.........
CHANGE OF VENUE-

Tenth section act of 1860 repealed..........
CIRCUIT COURTS-
Times of holding in Trimble county .......

47

50

47

47
45
45

45

71

71

12

77
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18

84

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Pulaski.....

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CIRCUIT COURTS-Continued.
Times of holding in Montgomery..

46
Powell...

46
Floyd........

47
Pike........

47
Lincoln.........

39
Pulaski......

39
October term of Cumberland, and May and November terms of Russell limited to
six days..

20
Fall terms, 1861, in Wayne, Cumberland, Casey, Adair, and December terms in
Clinton and Russell, suspended........

18
Jurisdiction over estates of certain dumb and imbecile persons given....

13
Fall terms, 1861, of Harlan, Perry, Letcher, Breathitt, Owsley, Jackson, Clay, sus-
pended......

12
CITIZENS, EXPATRIATION, AND ALIENS-
When a citizen deemed to have expatriated himself.

70
When required to negative on oath such expatriation ........

71
CIVIL PROCEEDINGS-

No judginent by default to be rendered against persons in the army of the United
States...

67
CLAY COUNTY-
Fall term, 1861, of circuit court, suspended...

12
CLERK COUNTY COURT-

To transmit sheriff or collectors' statements of amount of revenuo collected to Au-
ditor .....

58
CLINTON COUNTY-
December term, 1861, of circuit court in, suspended......

18
CODE OF PRACTICE-
Amended as to offset, counter claim, and cross petition ........

36
COMMISSIONERS' BOOKS-

How missing or destroyed commissioners' books may be supplied in certain cases... 68, 9
Auditor to send copy to clerk county court.......

69
COMMON SCHOOLS

Reports prevented by accident may be made at any time before May 1, 1862......... 85
Superintendent's duty ............

86
Schools not finished in 1861 may be completed in 1862 and reported.............. 86
May be paid for ratably for time taught.............

86
Vacancies in office of county commissioners, how filled...........

86
How reports to be authenticated in absence of trustees..

86
Annual reports for 1861 made lawful, if made before May 1, 1862....

86
How income to be apportioned in 1862..........

86
Special allowances hereafter made.......

87
Commenced in 1861, and broken up, may be completed in 1862...

68
Schools for 1861, broken up by invasion, and otherwise, to be paid for pro rata ...... 51
Reports......

52
How county commissioners to be elected..........

46
County commissioners to give bond.........

46
How vacancies to be filled .........

46
Act of October 6, 1861, not to apply to schools taught in 1861........

28
Number of days to the month, of actual session, fixed................

21
CONVEYANCES-
In a foreign language, how recorded........

59

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