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For the county of Perry: Jackson G. Combs, Hiram 1850. Begley, James Stewart, Justice Bowling, John Campbell, Perry sr., Joseph Eversole, and Alexander Combs, who shall divide said county into six districts.

For the county of Pulaski: John M. Weddle, W. D. Pulaski Black, Joel W. Sallee, G. W. Sloan, William Taylor, and Levi Hubble, jr., who shall divide said county into eight districts.

For the county of Pike : William Cecil, Geo. N. Brown, Pike James Damrel, Jas. Duskins, and Lewis Sowers, who shall divide said county into seven districts.

For the county of Pendleton : R. L. Coleman, Wm. An- Pendleton gel, S. F. Swope, Harvey Smith, Aaron Thrasher, A. Petit, and James Boner, who shall divide said county into seven districts.

For the county of Rockcastle: W. H. Kirtley, William Rockcastle Smith, John Haley, Jas. Dysert, David Butcher, Andrew McClary, Hobb McClure, er., Joseph Houk, and Uriah Gresham, who shall divide said county into six districts.

For the county of Russell : William Bernard, William Russell Pinter, Nathan McClure, Jonathan Williams, and Moses Hickenbottom, who shall divide said county into five districts.

For the county of Simpson: Jesse A. Briggs, Brice Wil- Simpson kerson, Charles Neeley, Samuel Hatfield, and Thomas S. Mahan, who shall divide said county into five districts.

For the county of Shelby : Henry Bohannon, Nathan Shelby Salmons, Thomas Smith, jr., John A. Hornsby, and William D. Bowland, who shall divide said county into seven districts. For the county of Scott: James G. Leach, Thomas K.

Scott Holland, Beri C. Glass, Wm. C. Graves, Polcer Hiles, Jefferson T. Craig, and Ed. H. Black, who shall divide said county into not less than seven nor more than nine districts.

For the county of Spencer: William P. Clark, John Spencer Wooten, Elijah Richardson, Thomas Newman, and Jonathan Davis, who shall divide said county into not less than three nor more than five districts.

For the county of Todd: Nathaniel Burrus, James Rus- Todd sell, S. M. Lowry, Thos. Pepper, Wm. Henry, Henry C. Ewing, and Robert E. Glenn, who shall divide said county into eix districts..

For the county of Taylor: Randolph Robinson, James Taylor Newcomb, James Caldwell, John Atkinson, and Jno. Cloyd, who shall divide said county into five districts.

For the county of Trigg: E. Grace, R. P. Dawson, W. Trigs P. Carloss, R. K. Tyler, and Stephen W. Gray, who shall divide said county into six districts.

For the county of Trimble : John Wright, J. Strother, Trimble Levi H. Elliott, W. Sames, and S. Gatewood, who shall divide said county into four districts.

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1850. For the county of Union : James T. Pierson, Charles

Buckman, H. B. Eaty, Elijah L. Givens, and George Munroe, who shall divide said county into seven districts.

For the county of Woodford : Allen Hawkins, James Woodford McConnell, John Berryman, John Barkley, William Bu

ford, Charles Cotton, and John Onan, who shall divide said county into not less than four nor more than six districts.

For the county of Wayne: John S. Wray, Miles GregoWayne

ry, Hiram T. Hall, William A. Cooper, Benjamin F. Coffey, and James V. Warden, who shall divide said county into five districts.

For the county of Warren: Peter Penner, James F. Watten

Ewing, S. J. Patillo, Robert Justice, E. C. Smith, James K. Hines, Joseph D. Duncan, Elijah Claypool, and L. L. Cook, who shall divide said county into seven districts.

For the county of Whitley: Wm. C. Gilliss, Wm. Hays, Whitler Thos. R. Harman, A. N. Hubbard, John Sears, Luke Moore,

Milton White, I. A. Parton, and Daniel Faulkner, who shall divide said county into eight districts.

For the county of Washington : Mordecai Hardin, John Washington

M. Smith, Atexander Hamilton, Jesse Fox, Daniel Mcllvoy, and Leonard Seay, who shall divide said county into six districts.

$3. That the city of Louisville, out of the wards thereof Lonjsviso.

as they are now constituted and bounded, shall be divided into four districts; and that the first and second wards shall constitute the first district, the third and fourth wards the second, the fifth and sixth the third, and the seventh and eighth the fourth; and that each of said districts shall be entitled to two justices of the peace and one constable, who shall reside therein, to be chosen by the qualified voters residing in each district, at the next election therefor; and it shall be the duty of the present mayor and council of said city, and they are hereby authorized and required to designate a suitable place in each district for the purpose of holding elections for the justices and constables aforesaid, according to the provisions of this act.

4. That it shall be the duty of the mayors and council

men of the cities of Lexington, Newport, and Covington, Lexington and Netr port &Cov. to lay off their respective cities into two districts, each; and lagtor.

that each district shall be entitled to two justices of the peace and one constable, who shall reside therein, to be elected by the qualified voters therein; and it shall be the further duty of said mayors and councilmen to designate the place of voting in each district, for said officers, to be laid off as aforesaid.

§ 5. The commissioners aforesaid shall, at the time of Race to be laying off said districts, designate a suitable place in each dosignated for balding election district for the purpose of holding elections for the officers

aforesaid-due regard being had to the convenience and population of said districts.

How districts

District to be numbered and

recorded.

take oath,

§ 6. Tlfe commissioners, in laying off said districts, shall 1850. bound the same by county lines, rivers, creeks, branches, mountains, ridges, roads, (public and private,) section or to be boundedi. range lines, or such other marks, natural or artificial, as to said commissioners shall seem necessary and proper to make said boundaries notorious: Provided, that said commissioners shall not be authorized to employ surveyors in designating said boundaries.

87. It shall be the duty of said commissioners in each county to number each district, and make out a complete b.undary to bo record of the boundaries of each when laid off, under their hands; also, a copy of the same, one of which shall be filed and recorded in the office of the county court clerk in which it is situated, and the other shall be forthwith transmitted to the office of the secretary of state, directed to that officer, and it shall be his duty carefully to preserve the same in his office. $ 8. Said commissioners, before they enter upon the du

Com'rs to ties hereby prescribed, shall take an oath before some jusjuice of the peace faithfully and impartially to perform the services required by this act.

§ 9. It shall be the duty of said commissioners to proceed Duty of Com forth with, so soon as they receive notice of their appoint- miurlonere, cu

, ment, to perform the duties herein assigned them, and lay &c. off the districts provided for in this act, and as soon as the commissioners shall have divided and laid off their respective counties and reported the same as provided for in this act, it shall be the duty of the clerks of the several county courts to make out a fair copy, clearly setting forth the boundaries of each district in their respective counties, signed and certified as such, and deliver said certificates to the officer of the district, respectively, who may be authorized to hold elections for justices of the peace and constables, as provided for in this act, who shall deliver said certificates to the judges of the elections in their respective districts, and it shall be the duty of said judges to have said certificates filed in the office of one of the justices of the peace in their respective districts. The sheriff shall cause a copy of the bounds of the district and place of voting, to be posted up at the places of voting, at least twenty days before each election.

§ 10. Said commissioners are hereby required to make out their report and forward a copy thereof to the secretary Sec. of state. of state, as provided in the seventh section, on or before the first Monday in February next.

$ 11. There shall be elected, by the qualified voters of Two Justices each district, as laid off by said commissioners, two justices ble to be elected of the peace and one constable, in accordance with the in each district, thirty-fourth section of the fourth article, and the fifth section of the sixth article of the constitution.

$ 12. That it shall be the duty of the secretary of state Duty of Secreto forward to the sheriff of each county one printed copy of tary of State

Com'rs to for ward copy to

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1850. this act for each commissioner in his county; and it shall be

the duty of the sheriff to hand the same to the commissioners, forth with; and it shall be the duty of the public printer forth with to print a sufficient number of copies of this act to enable the proper authorities to comply with the provisions of the same

$ 13. That the several clerks of this commonwealth shall Clerks com receive such compensation for the services to be performed pensation.

by them under this act, as their respective county courts shall allow, to be paid out of the county levy.

Approved December 12, 1850.

CHAPTER 53.
AN ACT to run and re-mark the dividing line between the counties of

Butler and Edmonson.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth
of Kentucky, That the county surveyor of Edmonson coun-
ty, together with Samuel Woosley, of Edmonson county,
and Edward Renfro, of Butler county, be and they are
hereby authorized to run and re-mark the dividing line be-
tween the counties of Butler and Edmonson; and the ex-
pense of said survey shall be paid by said counties jointly.

Approved December 7, 1850,

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CHAPTER 57.
AN ACT to change the lines of Perry and Clay counties.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth Boundary line

of Kentucky, That the line between the counties of Clay changed. and Perry be changed as follows: beginning one quarter

of a mile below the mouth of Upper Bad creek, on the middle fork of Kentucky river; thence to the top of the ridge on the lower side of said creek; thence, with the dividing ridge between Bad creek and the head-waters of Cut-shin, to the bonnet rock and the Harlan and Perry line; thence, with the Harlan and Perry line, to the waters of the middle fork of Kentucky river, and the intersection of the Clay, Harlan, and Perry lines, including the residence of John D. Coldiron and Ezekiel Hoskins, and all that part of Perry lying above Upper Bad creek and its waters on the middle fork, in the county of Clay.

Approved December 9, 1850.

.1850.

CHAPTER 72.
AN ACT to amend the revenue laws, by increasing the tax on nine and

ten pin alleys.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth
of Kentucky, That, from and after the passage of this act,
the tax upon nine and ten pin alleys shall be fifteen dol-
lars upon each and every alley that is now, or may here-
after be, erected; and each track on which a game is play-
ed to be deemed an alley.

Approved December 16, 1850.

| CHAPTER 75. AN ACT to increase the terms of the Campbell County Court. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, That, hereafter, a term of the county court of Campbell county shall be holden on the fourth Monday in each and every month in the year, any law to the contrary notwithstanding.

Approved December 16, 1850.

CHAPTER 105.
AN ACT to regulate the division of Hancock county into Magistrates'

and Constables' districts,
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth
of Kentucky, That the commissioners heretofore appointed
by an act of the present general assembly, entitled, “an
act appointing commissioners to divide the counties of this
state into districts, for the election of justices of the peace
and constables," to district the county of Hancock, be and
they are hereby directed to divide said county into not less
than three nor more than five districts.

Approved December 21, 1850.

CHAPTER 109.
AN ACT making provision for running and marking the lines of Cumber-

land and Adair counties.
$ 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Common-
wealth of Kentucky, That it shall be duty of John M. Baker,
surveyor of Cumberland county, and John D. Mourning,
deputy surveyor of Adair county, to run and mark the
line between the counties of Adair and Cumberland, be-
ginning at a point where the counties of Barren, Cumber-
land, and Adair join, and running to the intersection of the
Russell county line.

$2. That said surveyor and deputy surveyor, in running and marking said line, shall be governed by the several

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