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MILITARY-Continued.
Cavalry regiments .......

16 Staff and non-commissioned officers..

17 Bands of music..........

17 Artillery

17 State forces to be mustered into United States service.

17 Call for 40,000 volunteers....

13 Governor to accept companies tendered in two months........

13 Commissions to officers. Where to be mustered into service..

13 Pay in advance

11 By whom State forces to be commanded in the field

14 Ffteen hundred sharp-shooters and scouts, and five hundred horsemen and scouts. 14

14 Pay for horses.

14 Organization and election and commissioning of officers .

14 Military Board to approve.................

14 Staff officers

14 Number of officers...

15 Pay and rations............

15 Law against deserters.....

103-4 MILITARY BOARDReduced to two members......

82 May appoint agents and book-keeper.........

82 To provide for sick officers and soldiers

82 To make settlements with Federal Government....

83 Salaries

83 To fill vacancies in their own body, subject to General Assembly...

50 Authorized to borrow $2,000,000 additional..............

24 Salaries of each member $1,000 per annum .............. To appoint places of rendezvous and appoint agents.

16 And provide subsistence, transportation, &c

16 To approve election of officers....

14 May borrow for the defense of the State an additional $1,000,000...

4, 5 From whom to be borrowed... Reorganization of ................ May apply cortain funds for defense of the State, at their discretion ..... May order into their custody and sue for certain arms, accoutrements, &c., belonging to the State

3 May provide for protection of locks and dams, railroads, and other State property.

4 Penalty on officers for disobeying orders........ To provide sustenance for trvops........

2 MILITIAVolunteer companies

97 Volunteer companies may make requisitions of public arms

97 Commissioned and non-commissioned ullivers, number and grade.....

97 By-laws.........

97 Exemptions in favor of volunteer companies

97 Uniform, drill, &C..........

97 Battallions

97 Staff officers..................

98 Fivo companies may constituto a battalion.....

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MILITIA-Continued.
Election of officers...

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Governor to commission ..........

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By-laws.....

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Formation of regiments .......

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Officers...

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Staff ..............

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Formation of brigades ......

99
Staff........

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Divisions........

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Staff..........

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How elections to be held..

99
Commissions........

99
Company reports...........

99
Governor may order organization of battalions, &C.........

99
Existing military companies.......

100
To enroll in the volunteer militia..

100
Company name...........

100
How to be called out.........

100
Penalty for disobeying .

100
Pay .......

100
Enrolling....

101
Column in tax book .....

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Pay to assessor and clerk

101
State to be districted and elections held...

101
Companies to be formed..........

101
How persons to become members of volunteer company

101
Oath ....

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Muster roll to be filed

101
Late law repealed.....

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Former law revived....

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Of whom to consist...

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Who exempt from military duty..

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Divided into two classes........

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Governor to order elections of all general and field officers...

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MONTGOMERY COUNTY-
Times of holding circuit courts in ................

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MOTIONS-

Against defaulting sheriffs, clerks, corporations, and collectors, for unpaid revenue,

when to be made..
NAVIGATION-

Kentucky river, coal and flat-boats, how to be constructed-how to pass, where to
land-to have lights in the night................

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Steamboats, duty in passing coal or flat-boat..

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OFFICE AND OFFICER-
Ministerial may vacate, how....

52
OILS-

Certain, the produot of coal, &c., to be inspected and branded before sale...... 74
How tested .........

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Penalty, fees

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OWSLEY COUNTY
Fall term, 1861, of circuit court, suspended.......

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PENDLETON COUNTY-
Elections in, to fill vacancies.......

29 PENITENTIARYConvicts not to be worked outside the prison, except in certain cases

76 PERRY COUNTYFall term, 1861, of circuit court, suspended.........

12 PIKE COUNTYTimes of holding circuit courts in............

47 PLEADINGCode of Practice amended as to offset, counter claim, and cross petition.....

36 POLICE COURTSJudgments at March term, 1862, legalized.....

93 POWELL COUNTYTimes of holding circuit courts in...

46, 47 POWERS OF ATTORNEYIn a foreign language, how recorded...........

59 PRINTING AND BINDING, PUBLIC

(See Public Printing and Binding.) PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT OF KENTUCKY, so-called

Act directing proceedings against officers of, to recover certain revenues...... 80, 81, 82 PUBLIC BINDERWhat books to be bound....

50 Office created.............

45 Term, bond, oath, prices..... PUBLIC BOOKSWhat shall be bound..........

50 PUBLIC PRINTING AND BINDING

What documents, and number of each, to be hereafter printed by Public Printer.... 73
How private and public acts to be printed and bound........

73 What to be bound, and what to be stitched

73 PULASKI COUNTYTimes for holding circuit courts in..........

57 Times for holding circuit courts in...

39 QUARTERLY COURTSTo be held only in June and December for civil business......

61 Orders out of terin time..........

61 Days of terms to be fixed by county court....

61 Times of holding, act of February 28, 1862, repealed as to Jefferson, Kenton, Bourbon, and Bracken ......

71 Judgments at March term, 1862, legalized... QUARTERMASTER-GENERAL

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Salary regulated. ..... RAILROADS

May be protected by Military Board... REAL ESTATE AND SLAVES OF INFANTSHow defective sales may be rendered valid..

7 Amendatory act....

64 REBELLION

Penalties against citizens invading this State or persuading others to tako service in Confederate army.

15 RECORD BOOKS

of equity and criminal courts, how transcribed and rebound.

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RENUNCIATION OF WILLS

Widow and infant children to hare same property set apart to, as in cases of intestacy 33 RESOLUTIONS1. Appropriation to Wickliffe, McClarty, and Robb

107 2. Appropriation to excluded Senators. ........

107 3. Extension of General Assembly

107 4. Providing for the peace and quiet of the citizens of this Commonwealth .......... 108 5. Appropriation to Chinn, Pearce, and Pruett....

109 6. Committee to wait on Gen. Anderson .......

109 7. Arms of the State........

109 8. Withdrawal of Confederate troops

110 9. Expulsion of Confederate troops...

110 10. Inquiring into arrest of members General Assembly, at Harrodsburg ......... 111 11. Security of money borrowed......

111 12. Thanks to Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois..

112 13. Taking a recess

112 14. Directing Public Printer to forward certain documents.

113 16. In relation to Bank of Louisville.....

113 16. Absent members...........

118
17. In regard to Ireland ......

113
18. Inquiry into condition of Northeastern Kentucky..
19. Additional blanket to Kentucky soldiers........

114
20. Maps and surveys..........

115 21. Election of Public Printer and Librarian.

116 22. Election United States Senator........

115 23. Thanks to Kentucky volunteers.............

115 24. Election Board Internal I improvement..

116 25. Election Public Binder.........

116 26. Recess.......

116 27. Pay of absent members.

116, 117 28. Senatorial election for 1863..........

117 29. East Tennessee and North Carolina railroad....

118 30. Furnishing members general laws

119
31. Property lost and destroyed during the present war..........

119
32. Federal relations......
33. Assumption of Federal direct'tax ......

121
34. Federal courts in Kentucky.

122 35. Mileage of members............

122 36. Appropriation to Chino, Gwin, and Bradley...

122 38. Senators Breckioridge and Powell.......

123 39. Kentucky neutrality ......

123 40. Appropriation to R. G. Carter.....

124 41. Appropriation to J. A. J. Lee.....

124 42. Distribution of public books.......

125 43. Thanks to Federal soldiers

125 44. National salute.....

126 45. Public books.....

126 46. East Tennessee railroad..

126 47. National affairs..........

127 48. Election of Keeper Kentucky Penitentiary

128 49. Election directory, Eastern Lunatic Asylum...

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RESOLUTIONS-Continued.

50. Printing and distributing of general laws....
51. Public books to police judges

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52. Adjournment and recess.......
53. List of Kentucky prisoners.....
54. Appropriation to widow of Wm. C. Anderson, deceased ..........
55. Appropriation to Chairman House Representatives Enrolling Committee ......... 130
56. Appropriation to Chairman Senate Enrolling Committee..........

131 57. Benefit Agricultural and Mechanical Association at Lexington....

131 58. Relating to Northeastern Kentucky.

131 59. Tax on tobacco .........

132 60. Explanatory of resolution for benefit of Agricultural and Mechanical Association at Lexington .........

132 61. Tax on tobacco.. 62. Adjournment.. 63. Address to remove Judge Burds

134 REVENUE

Justices may be assembled to receive delinquent lists......
How Auditor may appoint collectors in certain cases....
Bond to be given, &C.........
Collectors of, where sheriffs have failed in 1861 and 1862, how to be appointed...... 91
Who may be appointed ....
Time given to return delinquent lists
Trustees jury fund included in act of February 28, 1862.

87
Compensation to agents, .....
Proceedings against Louisville and Lexington directed for recovery of.......

84
Governor and Council of the so-called Provisional Government of Kentucky direct-
ed to pay into the treasury certain revenues.........

80
Others declared liable.......
How payment enforced.
Proceedings prescribed....
Lien on estate of delinquents...
Duty of Auditor, Treasurer, Attorney General, and other officers..
Sheriffs and others not released ..................
Five cents per hundred dollars' worth of property, additional to be levied............. 76
How commissioners' books may be supplied in certain cases......
Auditor to appoint agents for ensuing two years...
Duty of agents to look after failures to list property for taxation.
Proceedings to compel lists ........

62 Agents to inform against sheriffs who have collected and failed to account for certain taxes....................

62 Proceedings against sheriffs..........

62 Agents to inspect poll books, assessors' books, and census Pay to agents..... Commonwealth not to be liable for costs....... Clerks, quarterly judges, and justices of the peace to bave their accounts investigated by agents.....

63 Proceedings against clerks, quarterly judges, &c......... Sheriff's office to be declared vacant where incumbent fails to execute bond for collection of revenue....

58-9 Sheriffs and collectors to proceed to collect immediately after first June..... Sheriffs, &c., to pay into the treasury as they collect........

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