"The Statute Law of Kentucky", Vol. I, ed. William Littell, 1809, pg 639.


An Act making an additional compensation to the Secretary of State and certain other Officers of Government.

BE it enacted by the general assembly, That the salary of the Secretary of State shall be two hundred pounds annually, including the sum at present allowed him by law: to commence from and after the first day of January last, to be paid in like manner as the salaries of the other officers of the civil list are directed by law. And there shall be allowed to the Auditor, Register and Treasurer, the sum of fifty pounds each in addition to their present salary, to be paid in like manner as the salary now allowed by law, to enable them to employ clerks to assist them in performing the business in their respective offices.

This act shall commence and be in force from the passage thereof.