.010 Office not to be sold -- Penalty -- Contracts to sell are void.
.012 Qualification for appointive office or position as to compliance with campaign finance laws.
.015 Residence requirements for office or employment when city or district boundaries altered.
.020 Commissions, which officers required to have.
.030 Discharge of duties, when officer to enter upon.
.035 Deputy may act for ministerial officer.
.040 Conviction of certain crimes vacates office -- Pardon does not avoid.
.050 Officer's acts before conviction are valid.
.060 Official acts may be questioned collaterally, when.
.070 Eligibility of General Assembly member or candidate as administrative board or commission member.
.080 Incompatible offices.
.090 Acceptance of incompatible office vacates first.
.092 Amended and reenacted as KRS 45A.330, effective January 1, 1979.
.094 Repealed, amended, and reenacted as KRS 45A.335, effective January 1, 1979.
.096 Amended and reenacted as KRS 45A.340, effective January 1, 1979.
.097 Involvement of local government officers, employees, and their spouses in contracts for solid waste management facilities -- Effect on contract -- Penalties.
.098 Practice of law prohibited.
.100 Dueling disqualifies person to hold office.
.102 Reprisal against public employee for disclosure of violations of law prohibited -- Construction of statute.
.103 Definitions of "disclosure" and "contributing factor" -- Civil action by employee authorized -- Evidence.
.110 State officers at capital may retain residence in home district.
.120 Salary -- Deduction from for failure to perform duty.
.130 Salary of county attorney, county judge/executive or Commonwealth's attorney -- How deducted.
.140 Repealed, effective January 2, 1978.
.150 Member of General Assembly -- How salary deducted.
.160 Closing public offices.
.165 Smoking policy for governmental office buildings or workplaces and postsecondary education institutions.
.167 Smoking prohibited in public areas of Capitol and Capitol Annex -- "Public area" defined -- Each branch may designate smoking areas -- Requirements for smoking area.
.170 Malfeasance or neglect of county officers -- Penalty.
.180 Drunkenness of officer on duty -- Penalty.
.190 Repealed, 2003.
.200 Jury fees, penalty for buying.
.210 Justices, county judges/executive, county attorneys, and mayors or council members of consolidated local government not to be interested in public improvements -- Penalty.
.220 Fiscal court members and mayors or council members of a consolidated local government not to be interested in public improvements or claims against county -- Penalty.
.230 Sheriff and collector not to be interested in public improvements or claims against state or county -- Penalty.
.240 County attorney and clerks not to buy claims against county -- Penalty.
.250 Repealed, 1994.
.251 Definitions for KRS 61.252.
.252 Prohibition against city officers and employees contracting with city or city agency for property or services -- Exceptions -- Penalty.
.260 Repealed, 1994.
.270 Repealed, 1994.
.280 Repealed, 1994.
.290 Repealed, 1958.
.295 Repealed, 1958.
.300 Nonelective peace officer or deputy -- Qualifications.
.310 Compensation of peace officers -- Other employment -- Gratuities -- Penalties.
.315 Benefits payable on death of certain peace officers, firefighters, correctional officers, jailers, members of a state National Guard or Reserve component, and emergency medical services personnel -- Administrative regulations -- Estates to be exempted from probate fees -- Funds allotted to a self-insuring account -- Presumption that firefighter's cause of death is as a result of cancer under certain conditions.
.316 Repealed, 2002.
.320 County road officials to turn over money to successor -- Penalty for failure.
.330 Chief state school officer to deliver effects to successor -- Penalty.
.340 County or city clerk to deliver records to successor -- Penalty for failure.
.350 Cemetery companies and burying grounds, penalty for failure to enforce laws relating to.
.360 Special local peace officers -- Appointment -- Fee -- Qualifications -- Removal -- Duties -- Not to impersonate public police officer.
.362 Agreement permitting peace officers to patrol private residential property to enforce state and local traffic and motor vehicle laws.
.365 Named federal employees deemed peace officers in Kentucky.
.370 Repealed, 1966.
.371 Definitions for KRS 61.371 to 61.379.
.373 Restoration of public employee to position after military duty -- Right to leave of absence -- Appeals.
.375 Restored employee discharged only for cause for year -- Seniority.
.377 Leaves of absence to permit induction in military service.
.379 Rules and regulations -- Appeals from failure to restore or discharge -- Procedure.
.380 Certain counties may pay attendance expenses of officers at conferences, meetings or hearings -- Statement of expenses to be filed.
.385 Certain counties may reimburse officers and employees for use of personal motor vehicles on official business.
.387 Equipment of conspicuously marked law enforcement vehicles used for transportation of prisoners.
.390 Facsimile signatures and seals on certain public securities -- Options.
.392 Cabinets to report to Legislative Research Commission on number of full-time employees and full-time equivalents working under contract.
.394 State employees' leave of absence -- Pay -- Unused military leave.
.395 Leave time for state employee who is disaster services volunteer -- Short title.
.396 Employees of political subdivisions eligible.
.400 Suspension or removal of judge.
.405 Use of excess fees by county sheriff or county clerk for health insurance or health maintenance organization coverage.
.407 Transfer of leave balances and retirement service credits from unified prosecutorial system to executive branch.
.409 Law enforcement agency not to establish requirements for employees relating to residency or voter registration -- Exceptions -- Application.