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amended and re-enacted so that it shall read as follows:

Section 1. Annual Taxes—How Divided.-An an. nual tax of forty (40) cents upon each one hundred dollars ($100.00) of value of all property directed to be assessed for taxation, as herein provided, shall be paid by the owner, person or corporation assessed. Of the aggregate amount of tax realized by all assessments under this forty (40) cent rate, fifteen cents shall be for the use of the ordinary expenses of the government, eighteen cents for the support of the common schools, one cent for use of the sinking fund, one and three-quarter cents for the support and erection of buildings for the University at Lexington, five-eights of one cent for the support and erection of buildings for the Eastern State Normal School located at Richmond, fiveeights of one cent for the support and erection of buildings for the Western State Normal School located at Bowling Green, and three cents for the State road fund, and the Auditor of Public Accounts will make distribution of said tax in accordance with the said apportionment at the end of each month. The tax herein provided for the University of Kentucky is in lieu of the tax provided by an act entitled: “An Act for the Benefit of the Agricultural and Mechanical College," approved April twentyninth, one thousand eight hundred and eighty, and the annual appropriation now made for the University of Kentucky under the provisions of section four thousand five hundred and thirty-five-b, Kentucky Statutes, edition one thousand nine hundred and fifteen; the annual appropriation now made for the University of Kentucky under the provisions of subsection four of section four thousand six hundred and thirty-six-b, Kentucky Statutes, edition one

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thousand nine bundred and fifteen; the annual appropriation now made for the University of Kentucky by the act which became a law March twenty-sixth, one thousand nine hundred and four, acts one thousand nine hundred and four, chapter one hundred and twenty; the annual appropriation now made for the University of Kentucky under the provisions of subsection five of section four thousand six hundred and thirty-six-c, Kentucky Statutes, edition one thousand nine hundred and fifteen. The tax herein provided for the two normal schools shall be in lieu of the appropriation made for the support of said schools in subsections twenty-nine, thirty-five and thirty-six of section four thousand five hundred and thirty-five-a and in section four thousand five hundred and thirty-five-b of the Kentucky Statutes, edition one thousand nine hundred and fifteen. The tax herein provided for the University of Kentucky and the normal schools shall be paid monthly, when and as collected, to the treasurers of these institutions in the amount set forth in this section, and shall be used by the University of Kentucky and the normal schools for their maintenance and support, and when sufficient sums shall have accumulated in the treasuries thereof, it may be used for the erection of buildings and the purchase of land and equipment. The tax herein provided for the State road fund shall be in lieu of the tax provided by an act entitled: “An act to create and establish a system of public State roads and to provide for the construction and maintenance thereof."

Section Two. All laws and parts of laws in conflict with this act are hereby repealed.

Section Three. Whereas, the Auditor of Public Accounts has not installed a system of bookkeeping as will be required by the provisions of section one of chapter eleven of the acts of one thousand nine hundred and seventeen, because it has been unnecessary and, whereas, it will become necessary to install such system before this act will become effective unless it carries an emergency clause, and, whereas, said system of bookkeeping will have to be abandoned as soon as this act becomes effective, an emergency is declared to exist and this act shall become effective upon its approval by the Governor.

Approved March 5, 1918.

CHAPTER 5. AN ACT to amend and re-enact Section 19 of Chapter 1 of the

Acts of the extraordinary session of the General Assembly of 1917, relating to the appointment and number of county supervisors.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky:

§ 1. That Section 19 of Chapter 1 of the Acts of the extraordinary session of the General Assembly of 1917, be amended and re-enacted so that it will read as follows:

The county judge shall, at the January term each year, appoint three or more intelligent, discreet housekeepers and owners of real estate residing in different portions of the county who shall constitute the Board of Supervisors of Tax in their respective counties. In counties containing cities of the first, second, third, fourth, fifth or sixth class, at least one of said supervisors shall be a resident of

a the largest city in the county. The whole number of supervisors shall not exceed one for each magisterial district in the county. For the present year the county judge may appoint supervisors in addition to those appoint at the January term of his court, but the whole number shall not exceed one for each magisterial district. After having made the appointment of supervisors in any year, the county judge shall immediately forward the names thereof to the State Tax Commission.

§ 2. It appearing that three supervisors in each county cannot perform the work required of the board an emergency is declared to exist, and this act shall become effective upon its approval by the Governor.

Approved March 5, 1918.

CHAPTER 6. AN ACT to prohibit the shipment and delivery of intoxicating

liquors in local option territory, and prohibiting any person in such territory from receiving such liquors, prohibiting the soliciting of orders for such liquors in said territory and providing punishment therefor.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky:.

§ 1. That it shall be unlawful for any person or persons, individual or corporation, public or private carrier to bring into, transfer to other person, or persons, corporation, carrier or agent, deliver or distribute, in any county, district, precinct, town or city, where the sale of intoxicating liquors has been prohibited, or may be prohibited, whether by special act of the General Assembly, or by vote of the people under the Local Option Law, any spirituous, vinous, malt or other intoxicating liquor, regardless of the name by which it may, be called; and this act shall apply to all packages of such intoxicating liquors, whether broken or unbroken. Each package of such intoxicating liquor so brought, transferred or delivered in such territory shall constitute a separate offense.

§ 2. That it shall be unlawful for any person or persons, individual or corporation, in any county, district, precinct, town or city where the sale of intoxicating liquors has been prohibited, or may be prohibited, whether by special act of the General Assembly, or by vote of the people under the Local Option Law, to receive or accept any spirituous, vinous, malt or intoxicating liquor regardless of the name by which it may be called, from a common carrier, or from any other person or persons, individual or corporation, who has transported such liquor in, or into, such territory for compensation, hire or profit of any kind whatever, either directly or indirectly. Each and every package of said intoxicating liquor so received or accepted in any such territory shall constitute a separate offense.

$ 3. The provisions of the foregoing sections shall not apply to the transportation of such liquor through such territory to a point of destination in some other state or to a point in this state where said liquor may be lawfully sold; nor to the receipt or acceptance by a common carrier of such liquor for transportation to a point in another state, or to a point in this state where the sale of said liquors is not prohibited by law; nor to the receipt or acceptance by a regular licensed druggist who may be authorized to sell such liquors pursuant to the provisions of Section 2558 of Kentucky Statutes, Carroll's Edition, 1915. Nor shall they prevent the transportation to a licensed druggist who is engaged in the sale of drugs, or the acceptance by him, of alcohol to be used by said druggist for medicinal or scientific purposes; nor shall they apply to one, who is not a carrier for hire, taking wine into such

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