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AUDITOR-Continued.
Salary of Assistant .

155
Term of office of Assistant and clerks

155
Qualification of Assistant and clerks, oath of office and bond

155
Auditor and Assistant to reside at seat of government

155
On going out of office, to deliver books, etc., to successor

155
When Assistant shall act as Auditor.

155
Warrant-what it shall state, and not to be issued unless money to pay the same has
been appropriated .

155
To keep separate account of taxes collected, balances due, and report to the General
Assembly ·

155
Shall keep separate account with General Government, other States, with officers of
State, etc..

156
Shall audit all demands, accounts, and public debts .

156
Shall report delinquent public debtors to Attorney General .
Warrants to be numbered from ist of January to 31st December.
Auditor and sureties liable for acts of Assistant and clerks .

156
Accounts to show amount received from and expended in each county

156
Shall enter receipts of Treasurer for money paid into the Treasury

157
May require information on oath touching any account

157
May call on Attorney General for advice

157
May grant written permits to Treasurer to receive money

157
Shall furnish information to Governor, and books, etc., subject to his inspection 157
Shall report to General Assembly, and what it shall contain

157
Warrants for salaries, when to be issued .

158
Lands of non-residents—books of transfer to be kept
Fees to be charged for transfer ...
Treasurer's receipts to be kept in a book
Reports of Auditor and Treasurer to be printed
Shall examine and settle accounts of Public Printer and Binder.

158
Sinking Fund and Common School Fund-shall keep accounts of all money paid

into the Treasury, and all disbursements on account of .
No part of ordinary revenue shall be applied to Sinking or Common School Fund . 158
Accounts shall be kept with banks and other moneyed institutions .

159
Accounts shall be kept with turnpikes, railroads, etc. .
Shall make monthly settlements and file with Secretary of State

159
Shall report monthly to the Governor .

159
Shall append to his biennial report list of acts under which warrants drawn

159
How interest on State bonds to be paid .

159
May resund taxes improperly paid

159
Limitation as to refunding taxes
Auditor to settle with sheriff, etc., for delivery of convicts

160
May remit part of damages on delinquent tax-payers

160
Allowed postage on official business

196
Duties of in relation to Common School Fund

205
Penalty for forging Auditor's warrant .

330
Duty of Auditor to appoint escheat agents

405
Duty of Auditor as to escheated estates

405, 406, 407, 408, 410
To refund taxes paid on U. S. Bonds

752

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158

158

159

100

AUTHENTICATION-

See Evidence.

BALLOT-BOXES AND BALLOTS-

See Elections .

398

BANKS-

Auditor shall keep accounts with banks and other moneyed institutions required to
pay tax into Treasury.

159
Penalty for forging bank-bill, note, check, drast, or certificate of deposit

332
Having same in possession with intent to circulate it

333
Counterfeiting U. S. Treasury legal tender notes, fractional or postal currency 333
Shall in each month fix rates of exchange .

564
Shall transmit monthly to Governor copies of rates

504
Not authorized to charge, including exchange and discount, more than ten per cent. 565

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BANKS—Continued.

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Bank stock, how taxed. .

711, 712
When and how paid .

739
BASTARDY-
Who deemed a bastard .

160
How the father of a bastard may be accused

160
Clerk shall examine the mother under oath

161
Shall reduce her statements to writing .

161
Shall issue warrant against putative father .

161
To be brought before county judge .

JÓI
Bond for his appearance to be taken

IÓI
Failing to give bond, to be committed to jail

161
If case continued, recognizance may be respited, etc.

16I
If accused fail to appear or satisfy judgment, bond forfeited

IÓI
If judgment is against accused, order to be made for maintenance of child

162
County attorney to have fifteen per cent. upon forfeiture

162 163
Trial may proceed in absence of accused

162
Who may testify .

162
That the child was delivered in another State, no cause for dismissing warrant if
mother was resident of this State when child was begotten or born .

162
If verdict is for defendant, he shall be discharged, unless motion is made for new
trial.

162
If verdict be against accused and he fails to give bond, he shall be committed to
jail

163
How he may be discharged from jail

163
How payments to be enforced .

163
If child die, father to be discharged, etc.

163
Liability of sureties on appeal .

163
If accused guilty, shall pay costs .

103
County attorney to be allowed fee and taxed as part of the costs

163
Bond for appearance in court

16;
Bond for payment of judgment

164
Bonds, defects in, not to operate as a release

104
Deaf and dumb, or one unable to speak the English language, may take out bas-
tardy warrant

164
Destroying bastard child, or concealing its birth

324
Bastards may inherit from mother and from one another.

370
Child born out of wedlock may, if parents marry, inherit and transmit an inher-
itance.

370

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366

BEES-

Penalty for poisoning
BIGAMY-

Punished by confinement in the penitentiary
What persons not liable to punishment .
If husband convicted, first wife to be endowed .
If ofiender be a woman, she forfeits her claim to dower in first husband's estate ,

323
323
324
324

499
746

BILLIARD-TABLES-

See Gaming
County courts have power to license
Tax on. .
Incorporated cities and towns may license
State tax to be first paid...
Penalty for suffering gaming on .
No spirituous liquors to be kept or sold in billiard-room, etc.
No game to be played on billiard-table on Sunday.
Fines to go in aid of common school fund .

713
500, 747
500, 747

BILLS OF EXCHANGE-

Bills, bonds, and notes made assignable .
When foreign bill is protested, ten per cent. interest allowed
Damages on all other bills disallowed .

249
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BILLS OF EXCHANGE_Continued.

Bills, drafts, or checks payable in currency or bank notes, negotiable. .
Protest of notary under scal, evidence of dishonor
Robbery or larceny of
Penalty for forging .
Action on, must be within five years

250
678, 251

325
331
629

BIRDS-

See Game and Small Birds.

494

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BLANK BOOKS-
For use of public offices, how paid for. .

193
Clerks of courts allowed necessary blank books.

194
BLIND ASYLUM-
See Lunatic Asylum ..

648
BRANDS-
See Trade-Mark .

351
Altering or defacing brand on any horse, cattle, sheep, hog, goat, or other property, 344
Driving sheep along public highway that are not marked or branded.

344
Penalty for using false inspection brands

358
Penalty for altering marks or brands on strays .

793
Penalty for altering marks or brands of rafts, logs, etc.

795
BRASS-KNUCKS-
Action against persons using colts, brass-knucks, etc. .

141
Action in favor of widow and minor children of a person killed by unlawful use of
brass-knucks, etc. .

142
BRIBERY-

Member of General Assembly, executive or ministerial officer taking or agreeing to
take bribe

354
Bribing juror

354
Bribery in elections

394
Person convicted of bribery forfeits right of suffrage and right to hold office 397
Officer convicted of, vacates his office

682
BRIDGES-

Willfully burning bridges, how punished
Willfully injuring or destroying public bridge

339
Bridge companies to report tolls and pay taxes.

739
When to declare dividends .

Penalty for failure.
BRIGADE INSPECTOR-
His compensation, how paid

197
BROKER, OR EXCHANGE DEALER-
Penalty for doing business without license .

715
Tax on licenses

715, 716
How license procured, and by whom granted
Penalty for doing business as pawnbroker without license

750
Tax on pawnbroker's license

751
How and by whom license granted.

751
BOARDING-
See Taverns.

806

328

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BONDS-

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Auditor to execute bond .

134
Assistant Auditor and clerks to execute bond to Auditor .

154
Auditor and sureties liable for acts of Assistant and clerks .

156
When alleged father of bastard child shall give bond

161
Form of bonds in bastardy cases

163, 164
Remedy on same against father and sureties

163
Liabilities of sureties of father on appeal or supersedeas bond

164
Constable to give bond and security

239
Sheriff to give bond and security for county levy

271
Judge of county court to give bond and security

302
Clerks of courts to give bond .

193
Coroner to give bond and security .
Justices of the peace and police judges to give bond

302
In contested elections on appeal, bond for costs to be given

392
Replevy bonds.

421
Forthcoming bonds

423
Sale bonds

424
Bonds having the effect of a judgment

425
Bond of executor, form of
Bond of administrator, form of
Bond of jailer . :

565
Bond for sale of infants' and married women's lands

592, 593, 595
Lost or mutilated bonds, how supplied
Bond of master commissioner .
Bond of assessor.

719
Bond of Register

707
Bond of sheriff for collection of revenue

732
Official bond of sheriff .

780
Auditor authorized to refund taxes paid on U. S. bonds
Bonds issued by counties, towns, cities, or districts in aid of railroads or other cor-

porations, security to be given for the faithful application of the proceeds thereof. 843
BOUNDARY OF KENTUCKY-
How boundary ascertained

16;
Boundary between Virginia and Kentucky

166
Line of Virginia and North Carolina .

166
Walker's line .

167
Boundary on Ohio river .

167
Boundary of Kentucky declared

168
Boundary between Kentucky and Tennessee

170
Power and jurisdiction
Counties bordering on Ohio and Mississippi rivers .

176
An act to fix and determine the boundary line between the States of Indiana and
Kentucky near Evansville . .

176
BULLS-
See Catlle, Horses, and Dogs ,

178
Exhibiting bull in view of public worship
Covering in view of residence, school, seminary, etc.
Tax on license to stand bull .

713
Mischievous bulls running at large may be taken up and altered

178
Penalty for standing bull without license

Contracts for service of without license void .
BUGGERY
Person guilty of, how punished . .,

324
BURNING-
Arson, punishment for . ..

327
Burning court-house, county or public prison

327
Clerk's office, Capitol of the State or any office therein, etc.

327
Surveyor's office or any other public office .

327
Depot of any railroad or canal, gas or telegraph company

327
Powder-house, tobacco-house, warehouse, storehouse, stable, barn, or any house
where grain is usually kept .

327
Any stack, rick, shock of hay, fodder, flax, hemp, etc.

327

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BURNING–Continued.

Lumber, plank, rails, posts, hoop-poles, staves, shingles, boards, cord-wood, timber,

wood, etc.
Burning dwelling-house or any charitable institution
Penalty where death ensues .
Penalty for attempting to burn .
Burning woods, fence, grass, straw, etc.

Leased buildings destroyed by fire, etc.
BURGLARY.

Burglary or robbery, how punished .
Breaking dwelling-house and stealing therefrom
Breaking railroad depot, car factory, car or station-house, or stealing therefrom

Hlaving burglars' tools in possession
BUSHEL-

See Weights and Measures
CAPIAS PRO FINE-

May be replevied .

May issue on judgments in favor of Commonwealth
CAPIAS AD SATISFACIENDUM

See Executions .

324
325
325
324 .

829

744
744

418

362

178
178

CAPITOL-
See Public Buildings. .

701, 702, 703
Penalty for being drunk or asleep on Capitol square, etc.

362
Injury to buildings on Capitol square ,

703, 362
Injury to or playing on Capitol grounds.
Franklin circuit and police court has jurisdiction.

363
CATTLE, HORSES, AND DOGS, ETC.--
Unaltered horse or jackass may be taken up and altered.

177
Fee for gelding and expenses of keeping .

177
When owner not known, to be dealt with as an estray.

177
Owner may within three years prove property and recover its value .

178
Bulls may be proceeded with as with horses.

178
Distempered cattle not to run at large, or be driven.

173
Justice of the peace to order them to be impounded.
If owner resuse, justice may order them to be killed and burned
Mad or sheep-killing dog may be killed by order of justice

178
Penalty for concealing such dog .

178
Fees of constable for executing order of justice of the peace.

173
Person injured by such dog may have civil action.

179
Lawsul to kill dog roaming at large, or worrying any cattle outside the inclosures of
the owner of the dog. .

179
Punishment for stealing horse, mule, jack, jennet, or hog

334
Altering or defacing brands on stock or other property

345
Driving sheep not marked or branded

345
Furnishing false pedigree of stock .

345
Punishment for cruelty to animals .

247
Throwing dead animal in water-course, etc.
Texas cattle not to be imported at certain times
Affected with glanders to be killed and burned or buried
Stock affected with glanders not to run at large
Injury to stock, how punished.
Killing stock by poisoning a felony.
Trespasses by cattle .

543, 545, 546
Non-residents introducing cattle into this State to run at large

544
Injuries to stock by railroads

551, 552, 553, 554, 631
Causes of action which survive.

179
Right of contribution survives .

2,4

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CAVEAT-

See Civil Code, section 522.

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