Abolishing Military Surveyor's Office
Surveyor of Military Lands
§ 1. The office of surveyor of military lands is abolished. It shall be the duty of the present incumbent of that office, within two months after this revision goes into effect, to make out a complete descriptive list of all the books, papers, and documents pertaining to his office, and, retaining a copy, send the same with the books, papers, and documents aforesaid, by the safest and cheapest mode of conveyance, to the Register of the Land Office, whose duty it shall be to receive and preserve the same as part of the records of the Land Office; and after comparing the books, &c., received with the list forwarded to him, shall, if he finds the matter correct, indorse the same on the said list, and file it in the office of the Secretary of State for preservation.
REF: “The General Statutes of Kentucky”, prepared by Bullitt & Feland, 1873, pgs 801-802.
(Note: Exact date of legislation abolishing the office of Surveyor of Military Lands has not been determined. First mention of this law is found in 1873 in the General Statutes.)