Chapter 1. An act to suspend certain acts therein named.
Chapter 2. An act transferring the duties of county agent to county auditor.
Chapter 3. An act regulating appeals from the awards of arbitrators to assess damages in certain cases.
Chapter 4. An act making general appropriations for the year 1852.
Chapter 5. An act making specific appropriations for the year 1852.
Chapter 6. An act giving to Assessors longer time to file their official bonds, and take the oath of office.
ASSESSMENT OF TAXES.
Chapter 7. An act to provide for the valuation and assessment of the real and personal property, and collection of taxes in the State of Indiana; for the election of township assessors, and prescribing the duties of assessors, appraisers of real property, county treasurers and auditors, and of the Treasurer and Auditor of State.
Chapter 8. An act to provide for the election and certain duties of Prosecuting and District Attorneys.
Chapter 9. An act to repeal special laws in relation to the fees of county auditors.
Chapter 10. An act authorizing county auditors and their deputies to take acknowledgments of deeds, and administer oaths in certain cases.
Chapter 11. An act to provide for the appointment of a Commissioner to superintend the fencing of the Tippecanoe Battle Ground.
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS.
Chapter 12. An act to provide for filling vacancies in boards of county commissioners, until the taking effect of the general law upon this subject.
Chapter 13. An act to authorize the board of county commissioners to take and approve the official bonds of sheriffs, coroners, county recorders, clerks of the circuit court.
Chapter 14. An act to legalize the election of directors of bridge companies, and the acts of such directors, and fixing a time for holding the election, and prescribing the term of office of such directors.
Chapter 15. An act to regulate the mode of proceeding against canal companies for failing to construct, build, rebuild, repair or supply bridges at such places across such canal as said canal crosses any State or county or county road or street of a town.
CANALS AND WATER WORKS.
Chapter 16. An act to provide for the organization of Canal and Water works companies, and for the completion of the unfinished Canals in the State of Indiana.
Chapter 17. An act amendatory of the Charter of the town of Clarksville in Clark and Floyd counties.
Chapter 18. An act to quiet the title to lands granted for the purpose of county seats, and to legalize the sales of any such lands or any part thereof.
Chapter 19. An act to provide for the appointment of Commissioners to revise and simplify the practice and pleadings of courts of justice.
Chapter 20. An act districting the State for the purpose of electing four judges of the Supreme court.
Chapter 21. An act districting the State for judicial circuits.
Chapter 22. An act fixing the time of holding Circuit Courts in the several counties of this State.
Chapter 23. An act to change the time of holding Circuit Courts in the eighth Judicial Circuit.
Chapter 24. An act to create a special term of the Tippecanoe circuit court.
Chapter 25. An act to postpone the day of the beginning of the Dearborn circuit court, for the February term, 1852.
Chapter 26. An act to change the time of holding circuit courts in Jennings county.
Chapter 27. An act to attach the county of Boone to the first judicial circuit.
Chapter 28. An act authorizing the circuit court of Clinton county to sit two weeks if the business shall require it.
Chapter 29. An act prescribing the time of holding the circuit courts in the second judicial circuit, fixing the length of the respective terms of the same, and conforming the business of said courts in the changes therein made.
Chapter 30. An act supplemental to an act, entitled “an act to create a special term of the Tippecanoe circuit court.”
Chapter 31. An act to regulate the times of holding courts in the 12th judicial circuit.
COURTS, COMMON PLEAS.
Chapter 32. An act to abolish the Tippecanoe Court of Common Pleas, to provide for the trial of causes pending therein, and to regulate all proceedings in reference to the records, judgments, orders and decrees thereof.
Chapter 33. An act to abolish the Marion court of common pleas, and to transfer its proceedings and records to the Marion circuit court, and providing for the compensation of the judge of said circuit.
Chapter 34. An act relative to Probate Courts.
Chapter 35. An act to extend the terms of the probate courts in Daviess county.
Chapter 36. An act to repeal the 11th, 12th and 13th sections of an act to amend an act entitled “an act to amend the act entitled an act to incorporate the city of Fort Wayne,” and all acts and parts of acts amendatory thereto.
Chapter 37. An act to repeal sections five and six of an act entitled “an act to establish a free turnpike road in Jay county,” approved January 13th, 1845; also, to repeal so much of section five of an act entitled “an act to establish a free turnpike road,” approved February 12th, 1851, as applies to that portion of the above named road lying in Jay county.
Chapter 38. An act to authorize the Governor of this State to engage the services of a clerk to examine the maps and lists of the swamp lands granted by the General Government to this State, and fixing the compensation of said clerk.
GRANNIN, MICHAEL, JR.
Chapter 39. An act to repeal an act entitled, “an act for the relief of Michael Grannin, jr., late of Daviess county,” approved February 13, 1851.
Chapter 40. An act to authorize masters in chancery, probate judges, and clerks of the circuit court, to issue writs of habeas corpus, and to try cases arising under such writs, and to award injunctions and writs of ne exeat, and regulating appeals in such cases, and providing for their compensation for said services.
Chapter 41. An act to provide for the enlargement of the Indiana Hospital for the Insane.
INCORPORATED TOWNS AND CITIES.
Chapter 42. An act providing for the election of town and city officers, and prescribing the qualifications of voters in such elections.
Chapter 43. An act explanatory to the act entitled “an act providing for the election of town and city officers, and prescribing the qualifications of voters in such elections,” approved March 10th, 1852, and to provide for filling vacancies in the office of councilman or trustee.
Chapter 44. An act in relation to the printing and the distribution of the Revised Statutes and the Code of Civil and Criminal Practice.
LAWS, PRINTED IN GERMAN.
Chapter 45. An act to authorize the State Printer, to print, bind and publish one thousand copies of the laws passed by the present General Assembly, in the German language.
Chapter 46. An act to authorize the Secretary of State to furnish the clerks’ offices of the several counties, copies of the local and general laws, and providing for binding of the same.
Chapter 47. An act to extend the time of final payment for University lands and to exempt purchasers of such lands from forfeiture of the same, in certain cases, and provide for the sale of forfeited lands.
MICHIGAN ROAD LAND FUNDS.
Chapter 48. An act to appropriate unappropriated Michigan road land funds to school purposes.
Chapter 49. An act to authorize the Grand Lodge of Free Masons of the State of Indiana to erect and maintain a monument on the battle ground of Tippecanoe.
Chapter 50. An Act to submit to the voters of the counties of Perry and Spencer at the general election for the year 1852, a proposal to create a new county out of a portion of the territory of said counties, under the provision of the fifteenth specification of the schedule to the Constitution, and. providing for the manner of voting on said proposition, and the duty of the officers of election, and of the clerks of the circuit courts and sheriffs of said counties respectively, and of the Secretary of State in relation thereto.
OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS.
Chapter 51. An act in relation to the officers and soldiers of Indiana who served in the war of 1811, 1812 and 1813, and in the war with Mexico, and in all other wars since the settlement of the State of Indiana.
Chapter 52. An act to require certain officers to execute further official bonds, and take an additional oath of office.
PATTERSON, SAMUEL H.
Chapter 53. An act for the relief of Samuel H. Patterson and to reduce his rent as lessee of the Penitentiary.
PLANK AND TURNPIKE ROADS.
Chapter 54. An act to amend acts in corporation for the construction of Plank Roads and Turnpike Roads.
PLANK ROAD AND TURNPIKE COMPANIES.
Chapter 55. An act authorizing Plank Road and Turnpike companies to create a sinking fund for the repair of said roads.
Chapter 56. An act to repeal an act entitled “an act to amend an act authorizing the construction of plank roads, approved January 15th, 1849,” approved January 14, 1850.
PLYMOUTH, TOWN OF.
Chapter 57. An act declaring the word “ten,” in the tenth section of an act to incorporate the town of Plymouth, Marshall county, approved February 11th, 1851, a misprint.
Chapter 58. An act regarding the Public Works of the State.
Chapter 59. An Act to enable the Madison and Indianapolis Railroad Company to avoid the inclined plane at Madison, to provide for the sale of the interest of the State in said railroad, and to repeal, so far as affects the Madison and Indianapolis Railroad Company, the 55th and 58th sections of the act entitled, ” an act for the continuance and construction of all or any part of the public works of this State by private companies, and for abolishing the board of internal improvements, and the offices of fund commissioner and chief engineer,” approved January 28/A, 1842.
Chapter 60. An act to provide for the sale of the stock owned by the State of Indiana in the Madison and Indianapolis Rail Road Company.
Chapter 61. AN ACT to authorize any company heretofore organized under the provisions of any general or special law of this State, for the purpose of constructing a plank, turnpike, gravel, McAdamized or coal road, to construct a railroad instead of such turnpike, gravel, plank, McAdamized or coal road, and prescribing the manner in which such change may be made.
Chapter 62. An act to extend the time of complying with the provisions of an act entitled “an act for the relief of persons therein named,” approved January 26, 1847.
Chapter 63. An act declaring what documents shall be published along with the Revised Statutes.
Chapter 64. An act to fix the time at which county treasurers shall make their annual settlement with county auditors, and with the Auditor of State, and to authorize them to make deposits under the direction of the Treasurer of State, so far as the revenue of 1851 is concerned.
Chapter 65. An act providing a remedy for the illegal reduction of the aggregate valuation of real estate in the several counties of this State.
Chapter 66. An act to raise a revenue for State purposes for the year 1852.
Chapter 67. An act to legalize the action of School Commissioners in cases where the tax duplicates have been made out before the taking effect, in their counties, of the school law of 1849.
Chapter 68. An act for the relief of the purchasers of school lands where no record has been made of the appraisement, as required by any previous law, and the confirmation of titles to lands previously sold, and prescribing the duty of county auditors in relation thereto.
Chapter 69. An act to provide for a uniform enumeration of the sub-divisions of sections and quarter sections in the township of land, in Monroe county, reserved for a State Seminary; and for making out and recording the plats of such sub-divisions, and the compensation therefor.
Chapter 70. An act to provide that purchasers of real estate forfeited to the sinking fund, who are the legal owners, but who have purchased the State’s interest for a sum greater than that due the State and interest thereon, shall not be compelled to pay to the commissioners of the fund, the overplus nor interest thereon.
Chapter 71. An act providing for the erection of buildings appertaining to the State Prison.
Chapter 72. An act authorizing the State Librarian to contract for re-covering the State House with fire and water proof composition roofing material, or Boston sheet paper, also for the re-painting of the outside wood-work, and the necessary plastering to the same.
Chapter 73. An act to amend the tenth and eleventh sections of article two, of chapter twelve, of part one, of the Revised Statutes of 1843, on the subject of enlisting property of taxation.
Chapter 74. An act to provide for the speedy redemption of the outstanding Treasury notes of the State of Indiana.
Chapter 75. An act to amend the third section of an act entitled “an act to incorporate the White River Navigation Company,” approved February 13th, 1851, and to extend the rights and privileges of said company.
Chapter 1. A joint resolution relative to granting Public Lands to settlers.
Chapter 2. A joint resolution in favor of the Hungarian Patriots.
Chapter 3. A joint resolution to William Smith O’Brien and others.
Chapter 4. A joint resolution in relation to a donation of public lands for a Geological, Agricultural and Topographical survey.
Chapter 5. A joint resolution in favor and behalf of the Cuban prisoners condemned by the Spanish authorities and now imprisoned in Spain.
Chapter 6. A joint resolution in relation to mistakes in the purchase of lands in the State of Indiana.
Chapter 7. A joint resolution instructing our Senators and requesting our Representatives in Congress to procure the site for a National Armory on the waters of the Ohio River, at Evansville within the State of Indiana.
Chapter 8. A joint resolution in relation to constructing a canal around the Falls of the Ohio River.
Chapter 9. A joint resolution for the purpose of obtaining from the General Government a grant of the unsold lands belonging thereto, in the Vincennes district, for the benefit of common schools.
Chapter 10. A joint resolution directing the publication of the Constitution of this State.
Chapter 11. A joint resolution on the subject of emigration to Oregon and the Pacific coast.
Chapter 12. A joint resolution asking the passage of a law by Congress, authorizing the State of Indiana to sell the Saline lands that remain unsold, at such price as may be deemed right by the General Assembly of the State.
Chapter 13. A joint resolution relating to the Harbor at Michigan City.
Chapter 14. A joint resolution asking a more liberal construction of an act of Congress of May 9, 1848.
Chapter 15. A joint resolution on the subject of an Agricultural Bureau at Washington City.
Chapter 16. A joint resolution on the subject of a ship canal around the rapids of the St. Mary’s River connecting Lake Superior with the other northern lakes.
Chapter 17. A joint resolution asking an appropriation of Congress to erect public buildings in the city of Indianapolis.
Chapter 18. A joint resolution on the subject of the slave trade, and for the purpose of Colonization.
Chapter 19. A joint resolution relative to Bounty Lands.
Chapter 20. A joint resolution on the subject of donating the Government Lands in the State of Indiana, to the State.
Chapter 21. A joint resolution in relation to declaring the Bridge over the Ohio River, at Wheeling, Virginia, a Post Route.
Chapter 22. A joint resolution in relation to the Indiana Normal University for the eduction of females.
Chapter 23. A Joint Resolution authorizing the Secretary of State to publish and circulate an act to provide for the incorporation of Railroad companies, an act to authorize and regulate the business of General Banking, au act to establish the courts of Common Pleas, an act to regulate the sale of the Swamp Lauds donated by the United States to the State of Indiana, and to provide for the draining and reclaiming thereof, ill accordance with the conditions of said grant, an act to divide the Slate into congressional districts, and an act to submit to the voters of the counties of Perry and Spencer, at the general election of the year 1852, a proposal to create a new county.
Chapter 24. A joint resolution memorializing Congress to pass an act placing certain surgeons on the same footing as surgeons regularly commissioned.
Chapter 25. A joint resolution in relation to the extension of time for the payment of claims due from certain citizens of this State to the bond holders.
Chapter 26. A joint resolution inviting and welcoming Thomas Francis Meagher to the hospitalities of the citizens of Indiana.
Chapter 27. A joint resolution in relation to certain duties of the Wabash and Erie Canal trustees, in reference to the erection of Reservoirs in Clay county.
Chapter 28. A joint resolution on the subject of Bridges over navigable rivers.
Chapter 29. A joint resolution to require the Secretary of State to publish certain act therein named.
Chapter 30. A joint resolution asking Congress for a grant of land to aid in constructing a Railroad from Anderson, Indiana, via Crawfordsville along the dividing ridge of Big and Little Vermillion rivers through Springfield, Illinois, and Hannibal, Missouri, to Fort Leavenworth.