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CEMETERIES AND GRAVEYARDS-

Disinterring dead human body unlawfully.
Burial of persons dying on boats, etc. . .
Injuring graveyards and cemeteries .
If superintendent violates charter, to be removed

Penalty for pasturing or grazing .
CHAIN-CARRIERS AND MARKERS-

Fees allowed them

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CHAMPERTY AND MAINTENANCE-

Contracts for services in a suit in consideration of the thing, or part of the thing,

sued for, void .
Sales of land in adverse possession void .
But title may be subjected in equity.
All title to land claimed under champertous contract void
Defendant may prove champertous contract in bar of suit
Parties may be compelled to disclose such contract under oath
Not to be subjected to prosecution therefor .
Person in possession may purchase adverse title
To whom forfeitures do not apply.
No action allowed on champertous contracts

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CHANCELLORS-
See Courts.

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For Campbell, Kenton, Bracken, and Pendleton

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Time of holding courts in said counties changed
Chancellor of twelfth district may hold the criminal court in said district

315, 310

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Of Louisville, when to be elected..

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CHANGE OF VENUE-

In civil suits.
Causes for change of venue.

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Ten days' notice to be given adverse party

182
Application must be made by petition verified by oath and affidavit of at least two
witnesses

182
The removal shall be to the county most convenient to the parties

182
Order void unless expenses paid in ten days .

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Duty of clerk in transmitting papers .

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When to stand for trial

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May be removed to any county by consent.

183
Only one removal at instance of same party

183
Clerk allowed ten cents per mile . .

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Party served with notice of application-when allowed mileage.
When application, cause for continuance
Removal, when made on account of the judge
When party desiring change of venue is an infant.

184
Change of venue in justices' courts. . .

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Changes of venue from county and quarterly courts.

From county and quarterly courts
Change to be made to circuit court, etc.

When change made, original papers to be sent
Change of venue from justices' courts.

Change from one justice to another, when allowed. ..

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Who to try when justice fails to attend or cannot preside
Change of venue in criminal and penal cases.

Upon application of defendant, judge may grant
Application for change, how made.
Notice to be given to Commonwealth attorney .
Application to be made and determined in open court
When defendant is in custody, to be removed under guard

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CHANGE OF VENUE—Continued.

When under recognizance, new bond must be given or be surrendered into custody
of proper officer.

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Witnesses to be recognized, etc.

186
Clerk to transmit papers, etc.

186
Clerk allowed ten cents per mile to be paid by applicant.

186
Where one of several defendants allowed change, copy of indictment to be sent in
lieu of original .

186
Jurisdiction of court to which case is removed .

186
Only one change allowed same person in same case .

187
CHARITABLE USES AND RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES

What grants, etc., declared valid ...,
Not to be defeated for want of trustee.
Courts of equity may appoint trustee

188
No church or society of Christians to hold exceeding fifty acres

188
Society may appoint trustees .

189
Appointment to be entered on its records

189
In case of schism, each party to use church part of the time

189
Excommunication, unless bona fide, for immorality, not to impair such right 189
When society dissolved, title to lands to vest in trustees of county seminary. 189
Shakers exempted from this provision.

189
Court may adjudge a sale of the property for reinvestment .

189
CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS-
See Asylum for Deaf and Dumb

144, 146
See Lunatic Asylums.

643, 652
Grants to, when valid.

188
Penalty for burning or attempting to burn .
Grounds belonging to not to be condemned for public or private road, passway, street
or alley...

652
Exempt from taxation

709, 710
To have inmates vaccinated

791
CHOSES IN ACTION-
Choses in action of decedent may be sold . ..

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Choses in action of insolvent debtor may be sold
CHURCHES
What grants, etc., declared valid .

188
Courts of equity may uphold charity by appointing trustee, etc. .

188
No church to hold title to more than fifty acres of land.

188
Society may appoint trustees.

189
Appointment to be entered on their records

189
In case of schism, each party to use church part of the time

189
Excommunication, unless bona fide, for immorality, not to impair such right. 189
When society dissolves, title to lands to vest in trustees of county seminary 189
Shakers exempt from this provision

189
Court may adjudge a sale for reinvestment

189
Cities liable for injury to by mob, etc.

141
Burning church .

327
Injury to church, how punished

703, 359
Robbery or larceny from

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Exempt from taxation .

709, 710
CIRCUS, MENAGERIE, AND THEATRICAL PERFORMANCE-
Tax on

712
CITIES-
Action against for property injured by riotous or tumultuous assemblage

141
Shooting in cities or towns

363
Racing in streets of .

351
Mayor and council may appoint guard for the protection of the town

511
Public property of city exempt from taxation..

709 710
License granted by, without payment of State tax, void

713
May grant license to keep billiard-tables.

747
To have inhabitants vaccinated...

791

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CITIZENS, EXPATRIATION, AND ALIENS-

Who are citizens of this State .
Mode by which citizen may expatriate himself
Becoming citizen of another State, loses his citizenship in this State .

When war exists with foreign power, all attempts at expatriation void .
CLAIMS UPON THE TREASURY-

To be paid by Treasurer upon Auditor's warrant
Mileage, how to be computed .
Expenses of General Assembly, how paid
Presidential electors, pay of .
Rewards by Governor, how paid
Expenses of expressses, how paid
Expenses of Auditor in giving notices, etc.
Fuel, blank books, stationery, etc., for public offices.
Transportation of books, etc., on public account
Binding books in office of Secretary of State, etc.
Postage on public and official correspondence.
Repairs on public buildings, &c. .

Salaries and compensation to public officers and agents, how paid .
Claims allowed or approved by court.

To be certified by clerk within twenty days after adjournment
Auditor to keep separate record of claims allowed in each county.

Allowance to clerks for blank books and seal...
Claims of sheriff.

For executing sentence of capital punishment.
For summoning and attending jury in felony case.
For apprehending felon or fugitive from justice.
For executing process of contempt in criminal cases.
For performing duties of jailer.

For executing and burying person sentenced to death .
Claims of constables, coroners, elisors, and jailers.

For apprehending felon or fugitive from justice.
To peace officer for like services
For summoning a witness in case of felony
Mileage for conveying a felon to jail .
To jailer for imprisoning and releasing prisoner charged with felony or contempt
For keeping and providing for such prisoner .
For putting prisoner in irons.
For attending circuit court

For allowance by circuit court for suel, lights, etc.
Sergeant of State, tipstaff, and janitor--

To sergeant of State for attendance on Court of Appeals
To tipstaff for like services
To janitor for like services
Fees for services to be verified by oath and approved by court

To be paid when allowed and certified by court
Miscellaneous-

Reward for killing wolves, wild cats, and soxes
Postage upon public business to be paid.
Rent of offices for Adjutant and Quarter Master General.
Pay of judge advocate and provost of court-martial.
Pay of brigade inspector .
For support of idiot.
Per diem of members of General Assembly
Allowance to in lieu of stationery
Blank books for quarterly courts

Fugitives from justice
CLERGY-

Benefit of abolished.

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CLERKS OF COURTS-
To certify to Auditor all claims allowed by court on the Treasury.

194
Allowed for necessary blank books .

194
Allowed ten dollars for official seal.

194
Oath of office.

198
To preserve transcript of records, books, etc.

199
Shall execute covenant, form of .

199
Covenant shall be entered on records of court .

199
Copy of to be transmitted to Auditor within one month

199
Covenant to be renewed every two years

199
Remedies on covenant .

199
When covenant not satisfied.

199
On going out of office to deliver to his successor all books, etc.

199
l'enalty for failure to deliver books, etc..

199
Must keep execution-book, and what to be entered therein when land is sold.
His duties when land is redeemed .
Execution book, and what to be entered therein
Not to permit records to be taken out of the county.
To tax costs at termination of each suit.

267
Taxation subject to inspection and revision

267
Penalty for practicing law, except in certain cases

361
Penalty for injuring books in clerk's office.
Unlawful to form partnership to practice law.
Commission on taxes collected by them.

714
Duty of in relation to State revenue

725
Clerk of Court of Appeals shall settle with Auditor.

730
Clerks of Inferior Courts.
To transmit papers, etc., when change of venue is made in civil cases

182
Pay of clerk for transmitting papers in civil cases

183
Change of venue in criminal cases, to transmit papers .

186
Pay of clerk for transmitting papers in criminal cases .

186
To certify to Auditor all claims allowed on the Treasury

194
To keep a docket of all causes pending in court
How causes to be docketed
How proceedings of court to be drawn up and signed .
Penalty on clerk for failure
To keep his office within two hundred yards of court-house
To indorse time of filing procedure and steps in suit
Fees for indorsing steps
Fees to be void for failure to indorse steps
May administer oaths in or out of court, etc..
Office to be kept open at all times except Sunday
To issue subpænas for witness in vacation on application of attorney for Common-
wealth . .

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To certify soldiers' claims without see or charge

201
To keep witness book, and what shall be kept therein.
To deliver to each witness copy of his claim .
To tax costs of each party at termination of each suit .
Penalty for not copying tax-books .
Penalty on county clerk for not returning commissioner's book to Auditor
Circuit clerk shall, after each fall term, report to Auditor full statement of whole

number of suits
The oath may be administered by county judge
Official bond may be taken by county judge
Contempt of court for failure to tax costs, noting steps, etc.
To certify and affix seal free of charge to papers of soldiers' widows, heirs, etc. 203
General index to be kept of all cases decided

203
To be paid for recording sheriff's settlement .

274
County clerk not to speculate in county claims .

309
Unlawful for clerks to form partnership to practice law
Vacancy in office, how filled.
Contested election .

390
To report to Auditor licenses granted

714
Tax un law process, appeals, etc.

714

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See Weights and Measures

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COCK-FIGHTING-

Engaging in or keeping place to fight in.
Betting on cock-fight.

Furnish chicken cock to be used in fighting
CODES OF PRACTICE-

Act amending section 825, Civil Code, approved February 22, 1860, repealed . 312
Court may appoint as many examiners at county seat as it may deem necessary (SEC-
tion 621).

415
When person of unsound mind is in asylum, how and on whom process is to be
served (section 82):

541
Receiver may be appointed by judge in vacation (section 328)

658
On appeal from county to circuit court in will case, administrator or executor may be
appointed (section 519). .

841
COFFEE-HOUSES-

712
If keeper suffer gaming in his house, license forfeited

497
Contracts for sale of spirituous liquors without license void .

716
License granted by city or town void, unless State tax paid

713
COLLEGES

See Charitable Uses and Religious Societies.
Punishment for disturbing public examination in

343
Punishment for injuries to .

703
Exempt from taxation.

709, 710
COLTS, BRASS-KNUCKS, ETC.-
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, 142
COMMISSIONS-
What officers Governor to commission.

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Commission of county judge to be noted of record .

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Of justice of the peace to be filed with clerk of county court.

377
COMMISSIONERS-
County court may appoint to settle with fiduciaries

304
Fee for making such settlements .

475, 304
Fee for allotting dower .

475
Fee for settling accounts or dividing land

475
Fees of master commissioner

475, 657, 658
Not to be accepted as surety for personal representative or guardian

447
Fee for making a deed .

475
Commissioner to supply lost records, etc..

640
Court shall appoint master commissioner, and may remove him

636
Term of office four years

656
To be sworn and execute bond.

656
Form of bond.

656
His liability on his bond.

637
He shall settle insolvent estates

657
May administer oath and compel attendance of witnesses.

657
His compensation .

475, 657, 658
Before any allowance is made, written statement of number of days must be filed
and verified.

657

Receivers and other commissioners.

Receiver or commissioner may be agreed upon
Such receiver or commissioner to be sworn and execute bond.
His duties, liability, and compensation .
His fees for making deeds.
Allowance to be taxed as part of the costs

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475, 657, 658
475, 658

658

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