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amount of his fees per annum for the last five years; and,
also, the net amount of said fees for the same time, after
deducting the amount paid to his assistants, &c.

Approved December 16, 1850,

No. 15.
RESOLUTION authorizing the Second Auditor to issue warrants for the pay of

the officers of the General Assembly.
Resolved by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of
Kentucky, That it shall be lawful for the second auditor to
draw a warrant on the treasury in favor of the clerk and
assistant clerk of the senate and house of representatives;
also, in favor of the door-keeper and sergeant-at-arms of
each liouse, for any amount they or each of them may re-
quire : Provided, said warrant shall not exceed in amount
their per diem allowance, as heretofore prescribed by law,
up to the time of issuing said warrant.

Approved December 21, 1850.

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No. 16.
RESOLUTION requesting the Governor to cause salutes to be fired on the 8th of

January and 22d of February next.
Resolved by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of
Kentucky, That the governor be requested to order a salute
of thirty-one guns to be fired on the 8th instant, in honor
of the victory gained by the American army under major
general Jackson against the British under general Paken-
ham on the 8th of January, 1815; also, the same number
of guns to be fired on the 22d day of February next, in
honor of the birth day of general Washington, and of the
victory obtained by the American army under general Tay-
lor at Buena Vista, in which the Kentucky troops bore a
conspicuous and efficient part.

Approved January 8, 1851.

No. 17.
RESOLUTION fixing a day for the election of public officers.
Resolved by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of
Kentucky, That they will, on Wednesday the 15th day of
January, 1851, proceed by a joint vote of both houses to
the election of the public officers of this state.

Approved January 15, 1851.

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No. 18.
RESOLUTION to add Camden M. Ballard, and others, to the committee to visit

the Institution for the Blind, and Marine Hospital.
Resolved by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of
Kentucky, That Camden M. Ballard, Alvin Duvall, and
Ambrose H. Talbott, be added to the joint committee ap-
pointed to visit the blind institution, and marine hospital,
at Louisville.

Approved January 9, 1851.

No. 19. RESOLUTION of instruction to the committee on Banks. 1. Resolved by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, That the committee on Banks open a correspondence with the bank of Kentucky, the northern bank, the bank of Louisville, the southern bank, and the fariners bank, in writing, putting to the president and directors of said banks such questions as, in their judgment, may be necessary to be answered to ascertain the true condition of said banks; also, such interrogatories as they may deem necessary to ascertain whether or not said banks have acted within the powers granted them by their respective charters; and that said correspondence shall supersede the necessity of visiting said banks; and that the whole of the correspondence between said committee and the president and directors of the said banks, be by them reported to the general assembly.

2. Resolved, That the committees on the lunatic asylum, deaf and damb asylum, and institution for the blind, and marine hospital, be also instructed to open correspondence with those institutions upon the subject of their condition and prosperity, for the information of the general assembly ; and that said correspondence shall supersede the necessity of visiting said institutions in person.

Approved January 21, 1851.

No. 20.
RESOLUTION authorizing the publication and distribution of the General

Laws.
Resolved by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of
Kentucky, That the public printer be and he is hereby di-
rected and required to print a sufficient number of copies
of the general laws, in pamphlet form, (the revised statutes
and code of practice excepted,) passed during the present
session of the legislature, for distribution at the earliest
practicable period; and the secretary of state is hereby re-
quired to distribute them forthwith-one to each member
and officer of the general assembly; one to each of the

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executive officers in Frankfort; one to each judge of the
county court; one to each judge of the circuit court; one
to each judge of the court of appeals, and one to each com-
monwealth's attorney.

Approved March 24, 1851.

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No. 21.
RESOLUTION for printing the Code of Practice.
Resolved by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of
Kentucky, That the public printer be directed to print four
hundred and fifty-four copies of the code of practice, in a
separate pamphlet form, to be distributed as follows: one
copy to each county and circuit judge, one to each judge
of the court of appeals, one to each member of the legisla-
ture, and one copy to each clerk of the county and circuit
courts.

Approved March 24, 1851.

No. 22.
A RESOLUTION directing the printing of the act, entitled, an act to amend the

Militia Law, and prescribing certain duties of the Adjutant General.

Resolved by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, That the public printer is hereby directed to print three hundred copies of an act passed at the present session, entitled, an act to amend the militia law, and deliver the same to the adjutant general, whose duty it shall be to forward, by mail, one copy of the same to the sheriff of each county, and one to each major general, brigadier general, and to each commander of regiments.

Approved March 24, 1851,

No. 23.
RESOLUTIÓN to furnish the members and officers of the General Assembly

with the debates of the Convention.
Resolved by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of
Kentucky, That the secretary of state be and he is hereby
directed to furnish each member and officer of the general
assembly with one copy of the revised debates of the con-
vention, now in his hands and subject to the disposal of
the legislature: Provided, that the members and officers of
the general assembly, who have been heretofore provided
for, shall not be entitled to the benefit of this resolution.

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No. 24.
PREAMBLE AND Resolution requesting the Governor to inter the remains of

certain persous in the Frankfort Cemetery.
Whereas it is represented to the General Assembly, that
in the month of Sept., 1848, Col. Edward Brooks, acting
under the authorities of the town of Monroe and state of
Michigan, transported and delivered to the mayor of the
city of Covington the remains of fifteen ot Kentucky's gal-
lant volunteers, who fell in the memorable battle of the riv-
er Raisin on the 22nd of January, 1813, and which were,
by the authorities of the city of Covington, deposited in
the vault of the Baptist Cemetery in that city. Therefore,

Resolved by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, That his excellency the governor of Kentucky be requested to cause the said remains to be removed to the city of Frankfort, and suitably interred in the grounds of the Frankfort Cemetery.

INDEX TO GENERAL LAWS.

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ACTS OF ASSEMBLY

Certain publications of, to be evidence,
When to take effect,
Private acts given in evidence without being specially pleaded,
Acts and resolutions—how to be printed,
Copies to be delivered to secretary of state,
Who entitled to copies of acts,
Secretary to transmit copies to executives of other states, and secretary of

state of United States,
Officers receiving books to keep them as public property,

Clerks to keep books in office for use of public,
ACTS OF CONGRESS-

Who entitled to copies of, ADAIR AND RUSSELL

Act to provide for running and marking the dividing line between the coun

ties of, ADAIR AND CUMBERLAND

Act for running and marking county lines of, ADMINISTRATORS

All settlements with made by judge of county court,

( See “Executors and Administrators.") ADMINISTRATORS WITH WILL ANNEXED

Act to increase powers of, ADULTERATING SPIRITUOUS LIQUORS

Act to suppress the practice of,
ALIENS-

Alien, not enemy, may hold real estate, after two years residence in state,
Certain cases in which escheat of lands of, may be saved,
Where the husband or father was citizen, wife or children, although born out

of state, may hold real estate,
Alien friend may hold personal property other than chattels real, and have

same rights respecting as citizens, ALIENATION

Absolute power of alienation not to be suspended for longer time than life

or lives in being, and twenty one years and ten months thereafter, ALIMONY-see "Husband and Wife.”

1 APPEALS

May be taken from decisions of Justices to County Court,
From decisions of Judge of County Court to Circuit Court,
Upon order of sale, from County Court to Circuit Judge,

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