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PUBLIC LAWS 



OF THE 



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STATE OF ILLIl^OIS, 



PASSED BY THE 



TWEISTTT-THIED QEIsTERAL ASSEMBLY, 



.. \ CONYENED JANUARY 5, 1863. 



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SPRINGFIELD: 

BAKER & PHILLIPS, PRINTERS. 

1863. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



APPROPRtATIONS : PAGBf. 

An act to provide relief to the Illinoisv Volunteer soldiers, wounded at Murfrees- 
borough and Vicksburg 9 

An act to provide for the postage of the present General Assembly 10 

An act making partial appropriations for defraying the expenses of this General 
Assembly 10 

An act making partial appropriations for the expenses of the committee and other 
clerks of this General Assembly 11 

An act making an appi'opriation to pay the expenses of the late Constitutional 
Convention • H 

An act to provide for certain expenses of the government not otherwise provided 
by law 12 

An act to provide for the ordinary and contingent expenses of the government until 
the adjournment of the next regular ser;sion of the General Assembly 14 

An act making appropriations for the Illinois Institutions for the education of the 
Deaf and Dumb, and the Blind, for the years eighteen hundred and sixty-three and 
eighteen hundred and sixty-four 15 

An act making appropriations for the Illinois State Hospital for the Insane, for the 
years 1863 and 1864 ". i.. 16 

An act making appropriations to pay certain expenses of the government not 
otherwise provided by law 17 

An act to provide for the payment of postage for members of this General As- 
sembly 21 

An act making appropriations for the pay of the officers and members of the 
next General Assembly, and for the salaries of the officers of the government. . 21 

ALEXANDER COUNTY : 

An act to enable the County of Alexander to build a Court House and Jail 23 

APPEALS : 

An act to permit the State Charitable Institutions to prosecute appeals and writs of 
error to the Supreme Court, without giving bonds for cost 24 

BOONE COUNTY: 

An act to authorize the Board of Supervisors of Boone County to levy a spe- 
cial tax, and to extend the time for the collection of taxes in said county.. 25 

BUREAU COUNTY: 

An &ct to legalize the action of the Board of Supervisors in the counties of Bu- 
reau and Lee, in certain cases 25 

COUNTY COURTS : 

An act to amend " An act establishing County Courts," approved February 12, 
1849, and to extend the jurisdiction of the County Courts of Crawford, Jasper, 
Cumberland, Lawrence, Richland, Clay, Hamilton, Rock Island and Mercer 
Counties 26 



4 CONTENTS. 

COUNTY COURTS: page. 

An act to repeal certain acts extending the jurisdiction of the County Courts 
of BoOne and Winnebago Counties 28 

CIRCUIT COURTS: 

An act to fix the times of holding courts in the 16th judicial circuit, and to regu- 
late the practice therein 29 

An act to change the time of holding courts in the 19th judicial circuit and con- 
cerning adjourned terms in the 19th and 3d circuits 30 

An act to change the times of holding courts in the fourth judicial circuit, and to 
attach certain counties thereto, and to fix the times of holding courts therein, 
and for other purposes 31 

An act to fix the terms of the Circuit Courts in the counties of Will and Grundy, 
to regulate the practice in said Will County Circuit Court, and to repeal cer- 
tain acts in relation to Pi-acticeand Chancery proceedings in said court 32 

An act fixing the times of holding Courts in the county of Warren 33 

An act to att.ich a certain county therein named to the Second Judicial Circuit, 
and to fix the tunes of holding c(jurts therein 34 

An act entitled An act changing the time of holding courts in the county of Kendall, 
m the Ninth Judiciiil (Jircuit. 34 

An act to regulate the practice of the Circuit Court in the County of Stephenson. 34 

An act to provide for the time of holding the Cicuit Court in the County of Lee. . . 35 

An act to repeal an act entitled "An act fixing the times of holding Courts in the 
County of Warren," approved February 13, 1863 36 

An act to change the time of holding the Circuit Court of Kankakee County. 36 

CITY COURTS: 

An act changing the times of holding the terms of the Court of Tommon Pleas of 
the city of Auiora, and the Court of Common Pleas of the city of Elgin, and 
regulating the practice therein, and for other purposes 3*7 

An act to change the time of holding the March term of the Court of Common Pleas 
of ihe City of Aurora , 39 

An act to repeal an act entitled " An act to establish a Recorder's Court in the 
city of Peoria," approved February 18, 1861. ... » 39 

CHAMPAIGN COUNTY: 

An act to legalize the action of the Board of Supervisors of Champaign County, 
in levying a tax for the payment of bounties to Volunteers, and the support of 
their families, when necessary 39 

COOK COUNTY: 

An act to authorize the County of Cook to borrow money ; 40 

CARROLL COUNTY: 

A act to authorize the Board of Supervisors of the County of Carroll to levy a 
special tax for Volunteer purposes 40 

COUNTY INDEBTEDNESS: 

An act to enable counties owing debts to liquidate the same * 41 

CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES: 

An act ratifying a certain amendment to the Constitution of the United States 41 

CHICAGO PROPERTY: 

An act to repeal an act entitled "An act regulating the custody and sale of person- 
al property, under legal process, in the city of Chicago, and the towns of South 
Chicago, West Chicago and North Chicago, in Cook county." 42 

DEKALB COUNTY: 

An act to extend the jurisdiction of the County Court of DeKalb county 43 

Aa act concerning Paupers in De Kalb and Kendall counties 46 



CONTENTS. 5 

DAMAGES: page. 
An act regulating the practice in assessing damages 47 

FISH: 

An act entitled an act to repeal an act entitled "An act for the protection of fish 
within the county of Rock Island," approved February 22, 1861 47 

FRANKLI^T COUNTY: 

An act to authorize the county court of Franklin county to issue county bonds 48 

FEES AND SALARIES: 

An act in reference to Fees and Salaries 49 

An act in regard to Fees of county clerks 50 

GAME: 

An act to amend an act approved February 21st, 1861, entitled "An act to amend an 
act entitled 'an act to preserve the game in the State of Illinois,' " approved Feb- 
ruary 15 th, 1855 50 

HENRY COUNTY: 

An act to enable the county of Henry to levy a tax to pay soldiers' bounties 51 

ILLINOIS DIGEST: 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act providing for the purchase of certain copies 
of the third volume of the Illinois Digest," approved February 12, 1861 51 

IROQUOIS COUNTY: 

An act to enable the people of Iroquois county to vote for the removal of the coun- 
ty seat 51 

JACKSON COUNTY: 

An act to authorize the county court of Jackson county to issue county bonds 53 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE: 

An act to extend the jurisdiction of justices of the peace 54 

KNOX COUNTY: 

An act to enable the people of the county of Knox to remove their county seat. ... 54 

LAWRENCE COUNTY: 

An act to provide for the election of clerk of the circuit court in and for the county 
of Lawrence and State of Illinois 55 

LAKE COUNTY: 

An act to legalize the acts of the board of supervisors of Lake county, and to pro- 
vide for raising money for support of families of volunteers 56 

LAWS REPEALED: 

An act to repeal certain laws therein named 56 

MECHANICS' LIEN : 

An act for the better security of Mechanics erecting buildings in the State of 
Illinois 51 

MASTERS IN CHANCERY : 

An act in relation to Masters in Chancery 60 



6 CONTENTS. 

PENITENTIARY: page. 

An act to make additional provisions for the Penitentiary 61 

An act to lease the Penitentiary 62 

An act for the government and discipline of the Illinois State Penitentiary 63 

PUBLIC LANDS: 

An act accepting the donation of Public Lands from Congress, approved July 2d, 
1862 ; 64 

PEORIA COUNTY: 

An act to divide the town of Peoria, in the county of Peoria, into Election Pre- 
cincts 64 

PRACTICE: 

An act to regulate Practice in the Courts of the county of Kane and State of 
Illinois - 65 

RELIEF: 

An act to provide for the relief of certain persons therein named 66 

An act to provide for the relief of the person therein named ^ 67 

A bill for an act for the relief of John G. Offner 68 

REVENUE : 

An act to postpone the collection of the revenue for the year 1862, in counties 
therein named 69 

REPLEVIN: 

An act relating to actions of replevin before Justices of the Peaee 69 

REVISED STATUTES : 

An act to amend chapter XXX of the Revised Statutes, entitled " Criminal Juris- 
prudence 70 

An act to amend chapter sixty-five of the Revised Statutes of 1845, entitled 
"Liens." 71 

An act to amend chapter twenty-five, division three, of the Revised Statutes of 
1845, entitled " Religious Societies." 71 

An act to amend chapter forty of the Revised Statutes, entitled "Evidence and De- 
positions." » '72 

A bill for an act to amend chapter LIX of the Revised Statutes of 1845 72 

An act to amend chapter LIX of the Revised Statutes, entitled "Justices of the 
Peace and Constables," t 78 

An act to amend chapter 71 of the Revised Statutes, approved March 3d, 1845 . . 75 

ROAD TAX: 

An act in relation to Road Ta:v 75 

REPORTER OF SUPREME COURT: 

An act in relation to Reports of the Decisions of the Supreme Court 75 

STATE DEBT: 

An act to amend the act entitled "An act in relation to the payment of the princi- 
pal and interest of the State debt," approved on the twenty -second day of Febru- 
ary, eighteen hundred and fifty-nine . . . . 76 

STATE TRUSTEE: 

An act to appoint a Trustee for the State of Illinois, for certain purposes * 77 



CONTENTS. 7 

STATE ROADS: page. 

An act to establish a State road from where the Nashville and Belleville road crosses 
the township line dividing township one and two south, of range four west, by way 
of Venedy, Pensoneau's warehouse, on Kaskaskia river, to intersect the above 
named road again, near Ephraim Brown's, east of Mascoutah 80 

An act to locate a State Road, from the State Line Station, on the Logans- 
port and Burlington Railroad, in Iroquois county, to Washington, in Tazewell 
county 81 

TREASURY NOTES : 

An act to make United States Legal Tender Treasury Notes and Postal Currency re- 
ceivable for taxes, and for redemption from tax sales 82 

TOWNSHIP ORGANIZATION : 

An act to amend the Township Organization Laws , , . 83 

THORNTON LOAN : 

An act to amend an act entitled " An act to provide for the payment of certain 
awards in relation to the Thornton Loan, reported by Judges Treat, Caton and 
Scates, commissioners appointed by the State 84 

WAYNE COUNTY: 

An act to make certain additions from the county of Wayne to the county of Clay. S4 

WHITESIDE COUNTY: 

An act to legalize a tax in Whiteside county 85 

WILLIAMSON COUNTY . 

An act to authorize the County Court of Williamson county to increase the county 
revenue. . . , 86 



PUBLIC LAWS. 



APPEOPKIATIONS. 



AN ACT to provide relief to the Illinois volunteer soldiers, wounded at Mur- la forM^January 
freesborough and Vicksburg. 



12, 1363. 



Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois^ rejprese: dedin the General Assembly^ That not ex- 
ceeding ten thonsand dollars is hereby appropriated, out of ^'^^;^^^^ *pp"' 
any funds in the treasury, for the relief of Illinois volunteers 
wounded at Vicksburo; and Murfreesborough. 

§ 2. That Lewis I). Erwin, William W. Anderson and commissioner.. 
Ezekiel Boyden, be and they are hereby appointed commis- 
sioners to disburse said money. That they proceed immedi- 
ately to the assistance of said wounded soldiers, and in per- 
son see that their wants are relieved. That they make a xomake report, 
report under oath to this General Assembly, setting forth 
in what manner the money has been expended ; how many 
soldiers (naming them and their companies and regiments) 
have been relieved. 

§ 3 That said commissioners be paid their traveling ex- Payof comm'ri. 
penses and three dollars per day, while necessarily engaged 
as such commissioners. 

§ 4. That said sum of money shall be paid out on Au- commissioners to 

-..^ , , 11 , -Y • • 1 -J convert com in- 

ditor s warrants, payable to said commissioners; and said to treas'y not«g . 
commissioners shall convert the coin which they receive on 
such warrants into treasury notes, and use the same or said 
warrants for said purpose and return the surplus, if any, 
into the State treasury. 

§ 5. This act shall be in force from and after its passage. 

Appkoved January 12, 1863. 
—2 



10 AFPftOPitlATIONS. 

^ ^12'\86s""^ '^^ ^^^ **^ provide for the postage of the present General Assembly. 

Be it enacted ly the People of the State of Illinois, rejyre- 

sented in the Genei'dl Assembly, — 

$3,000 appropri- Section 1. TliG Slim of three thousand dollars, or so 

atedtopaypos- ^^^^^ thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appropriated, 

» to be paid out of any funds in the treasury, not otherwise 

appropriated, for the purpose of paying the postage of the 

present General Assembly. 

Money to be §2. On the Certificate of the Secretary of State, sliowing 

drawn on Au- the amouutofpostage uscd by this General Assemblv, uot ex- 

oitor a warrant. -,• .-, \ -, i> .^ .-x -,,■,, ,«'' 

ceedmg the said sum ol three thousaT'd dollars, the Auditor 

of Public Accounts shall draw his warrant on the treasury 

in favor of John Armstrong, Esq., postmaster of the city of 

Springfield, for the sum so certified by the Secretary of 

State. 

Postage Btamps § '^' That the postagc stamps ordered by this General 

b^secSf 0*1 Assembly be furnished by the Secretary of S"tate to the ofli- 

state. cers and members of the Senate and House of Kepresenta- 

tives, upon their written orders, 

§ 4 This act shall be in force from and after its passage. 
Appeoved January 12, 1863. 



la force January AN ACT making partial appropriations for defraying the expenses of -h's 
^^'l^^'^- General Assmbly. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Plinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the Au- 
Pa^rtiai appropri- ditor of Public Accounts be and he is hereby authorized 
members, eto^° and required to draw warrants on the treasury for the sum 
of eighty dollars to each member of the Senate and House 
of Representatives, and warrants for a like sum to the 
speaker of each House, the secretary and assistant secreta- 
ries of the Senate, the clerk and assistant clerks of the House 
of Representatives, the enrolling and engrossing clerks and 
the assistant enrolling and engrossing clerks of euch House, 
and the doorkeepers and assistant doorkeepers of each House, 
postmasters of each House, porters and reporters of each 
House, and for the sum of twenty dollars to each of the 
pages of each House. 

§ 2 That any money now in the treasury, or which may 
be received into the treasury and not otherwise appropriated 
by law, shall be applied to the payment of the aforesaid 
warrants. 

§ 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Appboyed January 14, 1863. 



APPROPRIATIONS. 11 

AX ACT making partia) appropriations for the expenses of the committee ^"''J"*^?'""*''^ 
and other clerks of this General Assembly. ' 

Section 1. Beit enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the Genei^al Assembly, That the Audi- 
tor of Public Accounts be and is hereby authorized and requi- Appropriations 

t> \ . J- to pay commit- 

red to draw warrants on the treasury tor the sum or eighty tee cierks, etc. 
dollars to each member of said committee clerks of the Sen- 
ate and House of Representatives ; and for the like sum to 
each of such clerks as have been employed by the chief en- 
rolling and engrossing clerks of the Senate and House of 
Representatives, respectively, and the assistants employed 
by postmaster, Patrick Roarke, under authority given by said 
Senate or House, and superintendent of committee rooms. 

§ 2, That any money now in the treasury or which may 
be received into the treasury and not otherwise appropriated 
by law, shall be applied to the payment of the aforesaid 
warrants. 

§ 3. That the secretary of the Senate, clerk of the House to be paid on 

„ T-> • T 1 • /• T 1 • 1 • certificate of 

ot Representatives, and chiet enrolling and engrossing sec-y of senate 
clerks of the Senate and House of Representatives, respect- House.^'^"^'' °' 
ively, certity as to the name and number of such committee 
or enrolling and engrossing clerks, 

§ 4. This act shall take efiect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Approved January 22, 1863. 



AN ACT making an appropriation to pay the expenses of the late Constitu- In force January 
tional Convention. 28, 1868. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the sum 
of fourteen thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be Constitutional 
necessary, be and the same is hereby appropriated, out of paydeficTen^ei! 
any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, to 
defray any unpaid expenses attending the late Constitutional 
Convention. 

To Samuel A. Buckmaster, such sum as may be necessary s. a. Buckmaster 
to defray the expenses of the commissioners appointed to o7so?(hIw. ''°*' 
take the vote of the army upon the constitution — a bill of 
particulars to be certified by him and filed in the Auditor's 
office ; said bill not to exceed two thousand five hundred 
dollars. 

To Charles H. Lanphier, such sum as may be found to c. h. Lanpwer, 
be due him for printing and binding ordered by said con- bb^ng.''"^ *"'* 
vention, to be adjusted by the Secretary of State, Auditor 
of Public Accounts, and Treasurer. 



Is APPE0PKIATI0N8. 

^co'^X^'etc. *"" -^ ^^^^ sufficient to pay any unpaid newspaper accounts, 
or other expenses attending the holding of said convention — 
bills of particulars of which shall be filed in the Auditor's 
office, certified by the Secretary of State, and approved by 
the Governor. 

Secretary State, To O. M. Hatch, Secretary of State, the sum of two 
Tixl'surer, ^or hundrcd and lifty dollars ; to Jesse K. Dubois, Auditor of 
certain serVices. Public Accouuts, the sum of two hundred and fifty dollars ; 
to William Butler, late State Treasurer, the sum of fifty 
dollars, for extra services performed during the sitting of 
said convention by the said Secretary of State, Auditor of 
Public Accounts, and State Treasurer. 

Wm. A. itacker, To William A. Hackcr, president of the convention, the 

extra compen- ,. i n '^ i ■ i ,• in 

sation. sum ot scventy-sevcn dollars, bemg the sum ol one dollar 

per day voted by the convention, in addition to his regular 
per diem, but not allowed by the Auditor, 
wm. M. Springer To William M. Springer, secretary of the convention, 

extra cumpen- t » i o ? t/ ? 

sation. the sum ot one hundred and fifty-four dollars, being the sum 

of two dollars per day voted by the convention, in addition 
to his regular per diem, but not allowed by the Auditor, 
johnw. Merrittj To Joliu W. Menitt, assistaut secretary, the sum of one 
sation. '^°'^^'"^' huudrcd and fifty-four dollars, being the sum of two dollars 
per day voted by the convention in addition to his regular 
per diem, but not allowed by the Auditor. 
Wm. M. sprjjiger To William M. Springer, the sum of two hundred dollars 
journal "of" the for making and compiling the index to the journal of the 
convention. conventiou, bciug the sum voted by the convention for that 
purpose but for which no appropriation has heretofore been 
made. 
Auditor to draw § 2. The Auditor of Public Accounts is hereby directed 
to draw Ins warrant upon the ireasurer m favor ot such 
persons as are entitled to any pay under the provisions of 
this act and in pursuance of its provisions. 

§ 3. This act is a j)ubiic act, and shall be in force from 
and after its passage. 

Approved, January 28, 1863. 



warrants. 



In force rehruary _^ff ACT to provide for certain expenses of the government nit othetwise 

provided by law. 

Section 1. £e it enacted ly the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That the fol- 

Appropriationa lowing appropriations are hereby made for the payment of 
the several amounts hereinafter mentioned: 

Porters, etc. 1st. To the porters, firemen, mail carriers and employ- 

ees of the present session of the General Assembly, not 
otherwise provided for, each the sum of three dollars per 
day. 



APPROPRIATIONS. 13 

2d. To the pages of the Senate and House of Represen- Pases senate and 
tatives, each, the sum of two dollars per day. 

3d. To the superintendent of committee rooms, the sum superintendent 
of six dollars per day. rooms*''"'""'"^^ 

4th. To the clerks employed by committees, and all ('ii^.ika of com- 
other extra clerks employed during and by authority of this "'""""■ 
General Assembly, each'the sura o"f six dollars per day. 

5th. To the private secretary of Goveriior Yates, the Governor's pri- 
sum of six dollars per day during the sitting of this session ^^'"^ ''^"•'*^'"y- 
of the General Assembly. 

6th. To DeAVitt C. Hartwell, the sum of four dollars state librarian. 
per day as librarian during this session of the General As- 
sembly. 

7th. To John Jackson, for services for cleaning and John Jaci^son. 
attendance in the basement of the State House, the sum of 
four dollars per day during this session of the General 
Assembly. 

8th, To the porters of the State offices, the sum of one loiters of state 
dollar and fifty cents per day. °®''''"'- 

9th. To the reporters of the Senate and House of Repre- Reporters of sen- 
sentatives, each the sum of six dollars per day during this ^'' '""'^ "°"'"- 
session. 

10th. To the policemen appointed by the Speaker of the Policemen. 
House of Representativs. the sum of five dollars per day 
during this session. 

11th. There is hereby appropriated a sum sufficient to For newspapers. 
pay for the newspapers ordered by this General Assembly, 
the bills to be certified by the Secretary of State and the 
clerks of the respective houses, and approved by the Gover- 
nor: Provided^ that said newspapers shall not be furnished 
during the recess of this General Assembly. 

§ 2. Upon filing with the Auditor of Public Accounts How paid, 
the proper accounts, duly certified to by the proper officers, 
in the usual way, the Auditor shall draw his warrant upon 
the revenue fund for the respective amounts hereinbefore 
specified, to be paid out of said revenue fund by the State 
Treasurer. 

§ 3. This act shall not be so construed as to allow any no pay to accrue 
of the said clerks, employees or other officers or persons <^"""s '■<^<='^^^- 
mentioned herein, to draw any pay for the time of recess 
of this sef sion of the General Assembly. 

_ § 4. This act shall take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Approved February 13, 1863. 



ment. 



14 APPROPRIATIONS. 

In force February AN ACT to provide for the ordinary and contingent expenses of the gorern- 
14, I8b3. mgj^(. ^mjj ^Yio adjournment of the next regular session of the General 

Assembly. 

[Section 1.] Be it enacted by the People of the State of 

Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly, That-the fol- 

contingent ex- lowino^ sums be and the same are hereby appropriated, to 

penses provided , .^ t i ,• , "^ -"^ ,. i 

.or. meet tne ordmary and contmgent expenses ot the govern- 

ment until the adjournment of the next regular session of 
the General Assembly: 

state govern- Fivst. A suni not exccedifag ten thousand dollars, as a 
contingent fund, to meet the contingent expenses of the 
State government; and the said sum shall be subject to the 
' order of the Governor, for defraying all such expenses as 

are unforeseen by the General Assembly, or are unprovided 
for by law; a proper statement of which shall be laid before 
the next General Assembly by the Auditor in his next bien- 
nial report. The sum of twenty-five hundred dollars per 
annum for fuel and lights for the Executive mansion, and 
to pay the services of a competent person to take care of 
the garden and ground attached to the Executive mansion, 
and other necessary expenses connected therewith, subject 
to and to be paid to the Governor, upon his order, and 
necessary clerk hire in his office. 

Executive de- To the Exccutlve department, for postage, stationery, and 
partment. other incidental office expenses, a sum not exceeding one 
thousand dollars. 

Office Secretary Second. To the Secretary of State's office, for furniture, 
repairs of office, postage, stationery, books, blanks, binding, 
subscription to periodicals, etc., for State library, a sum not 
exceeding three thousand dollars. 
Fuel, lights, etc. For fuel and lights for the offices in the State House, and 
for the Legislature, stationery, printing paper, blanks, por- 
terage, and other incidental expenses necessary in the dis- 
charge of the duties required of him as Secretary of State, 
a sum not exceeding thirty thousand dollars. 

Clerk hire for the To the Secretary of State, for clerk hire, the sum of six- 

Secretary of ^.^^^ huiidrcd dollars per annum, to be paid in quarterly 
payments. 

For making index To the Secretary of State, the sum of two hundred and 

tMaws, journals g^^.^ dollars, for making index to laws, journals and reports 
of this session of the Legislature. 

Auditor, for clerk Third. To the Auditor of Public Accounts, for clerk 
hire, a sum not exceeding thirty-five hundred dollars per 
annum, to be paid in quarterly payments. 

Auditor, for fur- To the Auditor's office, for furniture, repairs of office, 

ni^ure, repairs, pj.jj^^jj^g^ blanks, postagc, Stationery, books, and other con- 
tingent expenses necessary in the discharge of the duties of 
his office, a sum not exceeding six thousand dollars. 

state Treasurer, FouHh. To the officc of the State Treasurer, for books, 
e'lTtc.'"^^' furniture, postage, stationery, and other incidental expenses 



for 
postage 



APPKUPKIATIONS. IS 

necessary in the discliarge of his duties as Treasurer, a sum 
not exceeding one thousand dollars. 

To the State Treasurer the sum not exceeding twelve state Treasurer, 
hundred dollars per annum for clerk hire, to be paid in '"^'^"' ^• 
quarterly payments. 

Fifth. To the Superintendent of Public Instruction, the superintendent 
sum of one thousand dollars per annum, for clerk hire, to Btruction, for 
be paid quarterly. cierkhire. 

To the office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, same, for trav- 
a sum not to exceed five hundred dollars per annum for furaltur'e^^postl 
traveling expenses, and a further sum of two thousand dol- ^se, etc. 
lars for repairs, furniture, stationery, postage, printing, 
blanks and other incidental expenses of his office. 

Sixth. To the clerk of the Fund Commissioner's office, cierk of fund 
one thousand dollars per annum, to be paid quarterly: Provi- commissioner. 
ded^ that said clerk shall not be employed longer than is 
necessary in the opinion of the Governor. 

§ 2. The Auditor of Public xiccounts is hereby directed How paid. 
to draw his warrant upon the Treasurer for the sums respec- 
tively, as herein specified ; bills of particulars in all cases 
to be filed, where not otherwise provided, to be certified by 
the proper officer, and approved by the Governor; and the 
Treasurer shall pay the same out of any money in the 
treasur}', not otherwise appropriated. 

§ 3, The sum of fifty thousand dollars be and the same Appropriation 
is hereby appropriated, or so much thereof as may be neces- and ""' Vounded 
sary, to be disbursed in aid of the sick and wounded Illinois s'^^'ers, etc. 
soldiers, to defray the contingent expenses of the executive 
department, for the pay of clerks in the Governor's office, 
of messengers on public service by order of the Governor, 
of assistants in the Adjutant General's office, Qurtermaster 
General's office, and Commissary General's office, telegraph- 
ing, postage, and other incidental expenses. The same to 
be expended as is provided in an act entitled "An act to 
provide for extraordinary expenditures in the Executive 
department," approved May 2, 1861. 

§ 4. This act to be in force and take effect from and 
after its passage. 

Appeoyed February 14, 18G3. 



AX ACT making appropriations for the Illinois Institutions for the eduea- In force February 
tion of the Deaf and Dumb, and the Blind, for the years eighteen hundred 21, 1S63. 
and sixty-three and eighteen hundred and sixty-four. 

Sectio^st 1. Be it enacted l>y the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly., That from and Appopriation for 
after the first day of March, eighteen hundred and sixty- iTeaS^duJb! 
three, to the first day ot March, a, d. eighteen hundred and 
sixty-five, the sum of twenty-eight thousand dollars per an- 



16 APPKOPRIATIONS. 

num is hereby appropriated, payable out of any money in 
the State treasury not otherwise appropriated, quarter 3^ear]y, 
as required for use, on the order of the Board of Trustees of 
the Illinois Institution for the Education of the Deaf and 
Dumb, for the ordinary expenses of said institution; to be 
accounted for as now provided by law. 

^thebiiQcT ^°' § ^' "^^^^ i'rom and after the first day of March, a. d. 
eighteen hundred and sixty-three, to the iirst day of March, 
eighteen hundred and sixty-live, the sum of twelve thou- 
sand dollars per annum is hereby appropriated, payable out 
of any money in the State treasury not otherwise appro- 
priated, quarter yearly, as required for use, on the order of 
the Board of Trustees of the Illinois Institution for the, Ed- 
ucation of the Blind, for the ordinary expenses of said in^ 
stitution; to be accounted for as now provided by law. 

'^tedforonelfur- § 3. ISTo moucy appropriated by this act for one purpose 
pose shall not gjiall be applied to any other obiect; and if the sum herein- 

be applied to , i J- . "J, •'.,.',. , . 

any other. bctore appropriated lor a specinc object ot improvement 
shall be found insufficient to complete the same, no part of 
said sum so appropriated shall be expended, or drawn from 
the State treasury. 

§ 4. This act shall take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Appeoved February 21, 1863. 



In f°^ce February j^^ ^q^ making appropriations for the Illinois State Hospital for the Insane, 
^^' ^^^^- for the years 1863 and 1864. 

Section 1. -Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That from and 
4.ppropriat'n for after the Mrst day ol March, a, d. eighteen hundred and 
Hospital for jn- gj^ty-three, to the iirst day of March, a. d. eighteen hundred 
and sixty-live, the sum of forty-live thousand dollars per 
annum is appropriated, payable out of any money in the 
State treasury not otherwise appropriated, quarter yearly, 
as required for use, on the order of the board of trustees 
of the Illinois State Hospital for the Insane, for the ordina- 
ry expenses of said institution ; to be accounted for as now 
provided by law. 
Repair of water- § 2. The trustccs of Said hospital are hereby autlior- 
^°''''*' ized to expend, from time to time, as may be needed, for 

repairs of the waterworks, and for no other object, the sum 
of six hundred and ninety-three 39-100 dollars, heretofore 
appropriated for a supply of water, and remaining unex- 
pended. 
Money to be ap- | 3_ ']^q moncy appropriated by this act for one purpose 
?pedacrii}^ ap- shall be applied to any other object ; and if the sum here- 

propriated. 



APPROPRIATIONS. 



17 



inbefore appropriated for the building of the east wing shall 
be found insufficient to complete the same, no part of said 
sum so appropriated shall be expended or drawn from the 
State treasury. 

§ 4. This act shall take effect and be m force Irom and 
after its passage. 

Approved February 21, 1863. 



AN ACT making appropriations to pay certain expenses of the government In force June 10, 
not otlierwise provided by law. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, rejpresented in the General Assembly, That the fol- Appropriating, 
lowing appropriations be and they are hereby made for the 
payment of the several amounts hereinafter mentioned and 
to the persons therein named, to- wit : 

1st To William D. Latshaw, the sum of twelve dollars, w. d. Latshaw- 

T" . . I 1 (• ii o 1. ^ • "i^ ^, services as clerk 

for two days' services as clerk ol the Senate during its or- of senate, 
ganization at this session. 

2d. A sum not exceeding three hundred and fifty dollars, superintendent 

^^ j% . 1 /"v^ /• public IDSXlUC" 

to pay for rent ot rooms, porterage, etc., lor the ortice oi tion. 
Superintendent of Public Instruction ; bills to be certified 
by the late superintendent or present incumbent, respective- 
ly, and approved by the Governor. 

3d. A sum not exceeding six hundred dollars per an- Adjutant Gene- 
num, payable quarterly, for the rent of the room occupied ^^^-^^^^ ''^°^- 
by the Adjutant General ; bills to be certified by the Adju- 
tant General, and approved by the Governor. 

4th. To J. & J. W. Bunn, ten doUars and fifty cents, for J. & J. w. bw«i. 
articles furnished for repairs of the arsenal building ; to be 
certified by the Secretary of State. 

5th, A sum not exceeding two thousand dollars, for re- Repairs of state 
pairs of the State house and the arsenal, and fences around ^'"''^ *''^°'"' 
the same, to be expended under the direction of the Secre- 
tary of State and State Treasurer ; bills to be filed with the 
Auditor, certified by them, and approved by the Governor. 

6th. To the Masonic Hall Stock Company, a sum not ^^^J^^i^*!,^'' 
exceeding five hundred dollars per annum, to be paid m 
quarterly payments, upon the certificate of the Secretary of 
State, approved by the Governor, for rent of rooms occupied 
by the geological collection and Geologist. 

Tth. A sum not exceeding fifty dollars for any unpaid unpaid newspa- 
newspaper subscriptions of former sessions; to be certified ^''"'' scuptns. 
by the Secretary of State and approved by the Governor. 

8th. To J. Young Scammon, the sum of twenty-seven J. t. scammon. 
hundred dollars, as assignee of D. B. Cooke & Co., it being 
for four hundred and fifty copies of Scates, Treat and Black- 
—3 



18 APPEOPKIATIONS. 

well's Statutes, over and above the number authorized by 
law to be purchased ; a statement of which shall be filed in 
the Auditor's office, certified by the Secretary of State, and 
approved by the Governor. 

Rent of^ommit- 9th. A sum uot cxcecding one thousand dollars to pay 
for rent of committee rooms, repairs of furniture, stationery 
and other articles furnished, or services rendered, during 
the present session of the Legislature, for which no appro- 
priation has heretofore been made; to be paid upon proper 
vouchers, certified by the Secretary of State, and approved 
by the Governor. 

Postmaster of the 10th. To Jamcs Ward, postmaster of the Senate, the 
sum of twenty-feur dollars and fifty cents, for postage pur- 
chased by him at this session of the Legislature before the 
postage bill passed. 

c. H. Lanphier— lltli. To Charlcs H. Laupliier, the sum of two hundred 
laws on859^'"^ dollars, for publishing the laws ot the session of 1859, the 
same to be certified by the Secretary of State. 

Same, for print- 12. To Charles H. Lanphier, the sum of one hundred 
bank^commfs'r^ and fifty-oue dollars and ninety cents, for publishing certain 
reports and proceedings ordered by the Bank Commission- 
ers, to be certified by at least one Bank Commissioner. 

Sidewalks, etc., 13, ^ sum uot exceeding two thousand dollars, or so 

house. much thereof as may be necessary to make the necessary 

sidewalks and other repairs around the Governor's house ; 

to be expended under the direction of the mayor of the city 

of Springfield, and bill of particulars to be filed. 

M.De La Brown. 14. To M. Dc La Browu, the sum of one hundred and 
ten dollars, for services in Secretary of State's office, making 
indexes to the election record and receipt book for laws, 
journals and reports in Secretary of State's office, to be cer- 
tified by the Secretary of State. 

Sec. of state, for 15th. To the Secretary of State, the sum of two hundred 

last^session'!'^ "^ and fifty dollars, for making the index to the laws, journals 
and reports of the last session of the Legislature. 

Sherman &Bacon 16th. To Sherman & Bacon, the snm of one hundred 
and forty-five dollars and fifty cents, for articles furnished 
the Legislature at this session ; the bill to be certified by the 
Secretary of State. 

J. A. Hough. ITth. To A. J. Hough, the sum of three hundred and 

eighty-two dollars and eighty-two cents, for articles furnish- 
ed and repairs of furniture, etc., for the present session of 
the Legislature; bill to be certified by the Secretary of 
State. 

Henry Leciaire. igt^. To Hcury LeClaire, the sura of twenty-six dollars 
and ninety cents, for articles furnished the Legislature at 
this session ; the bill to be certified by the Secretary of 
State. 

Eli Kreigh. 19th. To Eli Krcigh, the sum of one hundred and two 

dollars and ninety-one cents, for articles furnished for the 



APPKOPKIATIONS. 19 

use of this session of the Legislature ; to be certified by the 
Secretary of State. 

20th. The sum of five thousand dollars per annum, for Adjutant Gene- 
the salary of the Adjutant General, and to the Adjutant Ints-saialy.'^ ' 
General's office for assistants, clerk hire, books, stationery, 
lights, fuel, porter, and other incidental expenses of that 
office ; the bills to be certified by the Adjutant General and 
approved by the Governor. 

21st. To B. F. Fox, the sum of twenty-seven dollars, for »• p- fox. 
articles furnished at this session of the Legislature ; the bill 
to be certified by the Secretary of State. 

22d. To Governor Richard Yates, the sum of six hund- Govern or-for 
red and eighty-two dollars and forty-seven cents, being the s^T' '°^ '°^"' 
balance expended by him in refurnishing the Governor's 
house, over and above the appropriation made for that pur- " 

pose ; all of which appears in a report submitted to the com- 
mittee on public accounts and expenditures, at the present 
session. 

23d. To Charles Fisher, one hundred and three dollars, claries Fisher, 
for desks and other furniture furnished for the Adjutant Gen- 
eral's oflice ; bill to be certified by the Secretary of State. 

24th. To the Springfield Gas Company, two hundred ^^ZSnl%J'A 
and six dollars and thirty-eight cents, being the amount of state house. 
their bill for gas for the State house during the month of 
January ; the bill to be certified by the Secretary of State. 

25th. To the Springfield Gas Light Company, forty- same— repairs in 

T 1, 1 • i. i i" li i. 1 • p State house. 

seven cLoliars and sixty cents, tor fixtures and repairs oi gas 
fixtures, etc., in the State house during the present session of 
the General Assembl}^ ; the account to be certified by the 
Secretary ©f State. 

26th. To Charles Hermann, one hundred and seventy- claries Herman, 
one dollars and seventy-five cents, for wood furnished for 
this session of the General Assembly ; bill to be certified by 
the Secretary of State. 

27th. A sum not exceeding fifteen hundred dollars, or For watertank in 
so much thereof as may be required, to erect a water-tank 
and the necessary pipe and fixtures for cleaning the privy 
in the basement of the State house ; to be expended under 
the direction of the Secretary of State and State Treasurer; 
proper vouchers, certified by them, shall be filed in the Au- 
ditor's office. 

28th. To the St. Louis, Alton and Chicago Eailroad Com- s^- Kgo'^Rr- 
pany, the sum of one hundred and fifty-three dollars, for road, 
transporting fifty-one cadets from Chicago to Springfield and 
return, to attend the funeral of Governor Bissell ; the bill 
to be certified by the proper officer of the company and ap- 
proved by the Governor. 

29th. To the Springfield Gas Light Company, the sum ^gom£y ^^^ 
of fifty dollars, for lights around the State house during No- 



20 APPEOPRIATIONS. 

vernl3er, December and January ; the bill to be certified by 
the Secretary of State. 

state Journal - 30th. To the Illinois State Journal and the State Register, 

state Register. ^^^ g^^ ^f ^^^ clollars per column, to each, for publishing 
the proceedings of this General Assembly ; to be certified 
by the Secretary of State, and approved by the Governor. 

Joint committee 31st. To cacli member of the joint committee who have 

on Penitentiary. y'^^^^Q^ ^|^q penitentiary at Joliet, at the present session of 
the General Assembly, the sum of twenty-five dollar3 ; and 
also a like sum to each member of the joint committee of 
the Senate and House of Representatives, who visited the 
institutions at Jacksonville, during the present session. 

For gold pens. 32d. To the Secretary of State, a sufiicient sum of pay 
for gold pens, ordered by the Senate and House of Repre- 
sentatives; to be certified by the Secretary of State, and 
approved by the Governor. 

is^T^l^^ogan. legal 33d. To S. T. Logan, the sum of two hundred and thirty 
dollars, for legal services rendered the State ; to be certified 
by the Secretary of State. 

chicago^Tribune 34th. To tlie Chicago Trlbunc Company, the sum of one 
ompany. hundred dollars, for publishing the proceedings of the board 
of bank commissioners, in December, 1862 ;"to be certified 
by the Secretary of State. 

John Muirady. 35th. To Johu Mulrady, the sum of fifty-one dollars and 
fifty cents, for balance due him for labor done around 
State house and the Governor's mansion ; to be certified by 
the Secretary of State. 

For surgeons who 36th. There is hereby appropriated the sum of two 

visited Cormth. , i i 11 i ■"■ i ^ /. , 

tnousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, 
to pay for the service of twenty surgeons, employed by the 
Governor, to go to Corinth, Miss., to attend to the sick and 
wounded of Illinois regiments ; said services to be certified 
to under oath, to the Adjutant General. 

Geo. w. Gage. 37th. To Gcorge W. Gage, the sum of two dollars per 
day, for each day he held a seat in the present General As- 
sembly, together with a sum sufficient to pay his mileage ; 
to be certified by the Speaker of the House. 

wm. N. coier. 38th. To William N. Coler, the sum of two dollars per 
day, for each day he held a seat in the present General As- 
sembly, together with a sum sufficient to pay his mileage , 
to be certified by the Speaker of the House. 

^Le'i?S^'di^ . ^^^^' To I. K Higgins, the sum of two hundred and 
rectory. fifty dollars, for one thousand copies of the Legislative Di- 

rectory published by him, and ordered by joint resolution ; 
to be certified by the Secretary of State. 

station^^r^yfor 40th. A sum uot cxccediug ouc thousand dollars, or so 
egisaure. mucli as may bc neccssary, to purchase stationery for the 
use of the General Assembly at the adjournment in June ; 
bills to be certified by the Secretary of State. 



ap:pkopkia.tions. 21 

41st.. To the assistant clerks of the House, at the desk, ^^f H^Sse."'"''' 
appointed after the organization, the sum of six dollars per 
day; the time to be computed from the commencement of 
the session until the adjournment, 

42d. To the clergymen employed as chaplains, and who clergymen. 
have officiated as such during the present session of the 
General Assembly, the sum of twenty -five dollars. 

§ 2. Upon filing with the Auditor of Public Accounts how paid, 
the proper vouchers, as herein specified, the Auditor shall 
draw his warrant upon the revenue fund, for the respective 
amounts herein named ; and the Treasurer is hereby direct- 
ed to pay the same, as herein specified. 

§ 3. This act to be in force from and after its passage. 

Approved June 10, 1863. 



AN ACT to provide for the payment of postage for members of this Gene- In force June 10, 



ral Assembly. 



1S63. 



Section 1. JBe it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ 'represented in the General Assembly, That the sum $10 for each offi- 
of ten dollars for each member and ofdcer of this General of Legisiauire." 
Assembly, is hereby appropriated out of the State treasury. 

§ 2. Said sum of money shall be paid to the postmaster Postmaster of 
of each House, who shall procure postage stamps and dis- procui?and^dis°- 
tribute the same equally to the parties entitled thereto. tribute stamps. 

§ 3. This act shall take eliect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Approved June 10, 1863. 



AN ACT making appropriations for the pay of the officers and members of In force June 12, 
the next General Assembly, and for the salaries of the officers of the gov- 
ernment. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the fol- 
lowing appropriations be and the same are hereby made to Appropriations 

il, 1 1 ,«i ^1 ^, 14 11 to pay members, 

the members and officers of the next General Assembly, etc. 
and for the salaries of the officers of government : 

1st. To the speakers of the Senate and House of Repre- speakers of each 
sentatives, each the sum of three dollars per day for the first "°"^®- 
forty-two days' attendance, and two dollars per day for each 
day thereafter. 



22 APPKOPEIATIONS. 

Members of each 2d. To eacli member of the Senate and House of Eep- 
House. resentatives, the sum of two dollars per day for the first 

fortj^-two days' attendance, and one dollar per day for each 
days attendance thereafter. 

Mileage. 3d. To each member of the Senate and House of Eep- 

resentatives, including the speakers of both houses, ten cents 
per mile for each necessary mile's travel in going to and re- 
turning from the seat of government. 

Secretary of Sen- 4th. To the Secretary and assistant secretaries of the 

Hou^se &nl as- Senate, and to the clerk and assistant clerks of the House of 

sistants. Kepresentatives, each the sum of six dollars per day during 

the session. 

Enrolling and en- 5th. To the enrolling and engrossiug clcrks of the Sen- 

grossing clerks. ^^^ ^^^ House of Representatives, each the sum of six dol- 
lars per day, during the session. 

Assistant enroll- 6th. To the assistant enrolling and engrossing clerks of 

in|ci'erks°'^°^^' the Senate and House of Representatives, each the sum of 
six dollars per day, during the session, 

serg't-at-arms, 7th. To the sergeant-at-amis and assistant sergeant-at- 

assTstaX."" ^'^ arms of the Senate, and to the door-keeper and assistant 
door-keeper of the House of Representatives, the sum of 
six dollars per day, during the session. 

Postmasters of 8th. To tlic postmastcr of the Senate, and the postmaster 

both Houses, and assistant postmaster of the House of Representatives, 
the sum of six dollars per day, during the session. 

Compensation— | 2. Tlic tiuic for wliicli | Compensation] is hereby allow- 
owpai . ^^ ^^ ^^^j^ member and officer of the General Assembly 
shall be certified to by the speakers of the respective houses, 
except the time of the speakers of the Senate and House of 
Representatives, which shall be certified to by the respective 
secretaries of the Senate and House of Representatives — 
all of which shall be entered upon the journals, and pub- 
lished as a part thereof; and upon the presentation of said 
certificates to the Auditor, he shall draw his warrants upon 
the revenue fund for the amounts to which each person shall 
be entitled as aforesaid, to be paid by the State Treasurer 
out of the said revenue fund in the State treasury. 

Salaries of State § 3. The followiug sums are hereby appropriated for the 

officers. salaries of the officers of the government, until otherwise 

provided by law : 

Governor. Ist. To the Govcmor, at the rate of fifteen hundred dol- 

lars per annum. 

secretaryof state 2nd. To the Secretary of State, the sum of eight hun- 
dred dollars per annum. 

Auditor. 3rd. To the Auditor of Public Accounts, at the rate of 

one thousand dollars per annum. 

state Treasurer. 4th. To the State Treasurer, at the rate of eight hun- 
dred dollars per annum. 

Superintendent 5th. To tlic Superintendent of Public Instruction, at the 

Btruaro^n!° ^'^' ^^^^ ^^ fifteen hundred dollars per annum. 



APPKOPBIATIONS — ALEXAJTOEK COUNTY. 23 

6tli. To each of the Judges of the Supreme Court of Judges supreme 
this State, at the rate of twelve hundred dollars per annum. ^°^''^' 

7th. To each of the Judges of the Circuit Court of this Judges of circuit 

CD Court 

State, at the rate of one thousand dollars per annum. 

8th. To each of the State's Attorneys of this State, the state's attorneys 
sum now provided by law. 

9th. To each of the Judges of the Superior Court of judges superior 
Chicago, the Judge of the Recorder's Court of Chicago, the go anVo^theM*^" 
Judge of the Alton City Court, the Judge of the Court of 
Common Pleas, of the cities of Elgin and Aurora, the Judge 
of the Ilecorder's Courts of LaSalle and Peru, and the 
Judge of the Court of Common Pleas of the city of Cairo, 
each the sum of one thousand dollars per annum. 

10th. To the Prosecuting Attorneys of the Superior Prosecuting at- 
Court of Chicago, the sum of two hundred and lifty dollars doT^our^'^^of 
per annum. To the Prosecuting Attorneys of the Record- ^^^1^^° ^^^ 
er's Court of Chicago, the Alton City Court, and the Court 
of Common Pleas of the city of Cairo, each the sum of five 
hundred dollars per anuum. 

And the Auditor of Public Accounts shall draw his war- Auditor to draw 
rants on the revenue fund for the payment of the several ^^""ants. 
amounts herein provided for in this section, in quarterly 
payments, to be paid by the State Treasurer out of the said 
revenue fund in the State treasury. 

§ 4. To each member of the committee of the Peniten- 
tiary and State institutes in the Senate and in the House of 
Representative, the sum of thirty dollars. And the Audi- 
tor of Public Accounts shall draw his warrant on the reve- 
nue fund for the payment of the several amounts herein 
provided in this section, to be paid by the State treasurer 
out of the said revenue funds in the State Treasury. 

§ 5. This act to be in force from and after its passage. 

Appkoved June 12, 1863. 



AN A.CT to enable the Countv of Alexander to build a Court House and In force July 12, 

Jail. 1868. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, ' represented in the General Assembly, That the Alexander coun- 
county of Alexander be and is hereby authorized and em- ^^^^^ ^"''^ 
powered to borrow money, in one or more loans, not exceed- 
ing in all the sum of thirty-five thousand dollars, to be used 
in constructing a court house and jail in the city of Cairo, 
in said county, 

§ 2. For the purpose aforesaid the county court of said May iseue bonds, 
county is authorized to issue bonds of said county to the 
amount of thirty-five thousand dollars, in sums of one hun- 
dred dollars or one thousand dollars each, which bonds shall 



24 ALEXANDER COUNTY — APPEALS. 

be made payable at such times and places as said county 
court may designate, and shall bear interest not exceeding 
ten per centum per annum, and shall be signed by the 
judges of said county court and countersigned by the clerk 
of said court, with the seal of said court annexed ; and said 
bonds may be sold by said court and shall be obligatory 
upon said county. 
Bonds to state g 3. Said bouds sliall contain a clause stating whether 

tion of Court they are issued for the construction of a courthouse or a jail; 

House or Jail. ^^^ ^q^, ^^iq redemption of the jail bonds the said county of 
Alexander is hereby authorized to retain all taxes for the 
year 1862 which may be collected in said county, other than 
county taxes, except the amount of the Auditor's school 
fund orders ; and the collector of said county shall pay over 
said taxes so retained to the county judge of said county to 
be used for the purpose aforesaid, and the receipt of said 
county judge, countersigned by the clerk of said court and 
attested by his official seal shall be received by the Auditor 
in settlement with said collector. 

To provide for § 4. Tho couuty court of Alexander county shall pro- 

teTeX"^' °^ '°" ^^^^^ ^^^ ^^® payment of the interest upon said bonds annu- 
ally, and if necessary shall levy a special tax therefor, and 
at the expiration of one yeai- from the issuance of said bonds, 
the said court shall publish in some newspaper published in 
Cairo, a statement of the amount of bonds issued, how they 
have been used, and what amount has been collected for the 
payment of the interest thereon ; and such statement shall 
be in the same manner annually thereafter published. 

§ 5. This act shall take effect from and after its pas- 
asge. 

Appeoved February 12, 1863. 



In forse Februa- AN ACT to permit the State Charitable Institutions to prosecute appeals and 
ry, 26, 1863. writs of error to the Supreme Court, without giving bonds for cost. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 

Illinois^ represented in the General Asseinbly^ That the cor- 

oharitabie insti- poratious of the llliuois Asylum for the education of the 

prosecute ap- Deaf and Dumb, the Illinois State Hospital for the Insane, 

bo^ids for'cost* the Illinois Institution for the Education of the Blind, and 

the Board of Education of the State of Illinois may, in all 

cases of appeal or writ of error by them to the Supreme 

Court, prosecute the same, without giving bond ; and that 

the Supreme Court, or the judges thereof, in vacation, may 

grant writs of supersedeas or any writs of error or appeal, 

when prosecuted by said corporations, without requiring any 

bond to be given, as is now reauired bv law. And that 



BOONE COUNTY — BUKEATJ COIINTT. 25 

all laws in conflict with this act are hereby repealed, and 
that this act to be a public act, and to be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Appkoved February 26, 1863. 



AN ACT to authorize the Board of Supervisors of Boone County to levy a In force January 
special tax, and to extend the time for the collection of taxes in said ^*' ^^®•^• 
county. 

Section 1. Be it enacted ly the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That the Board supervisors of 
of Supervisors of Boone county are hereby authorized to may°ievy^eda^ 
levy a special tax, at any special meeting of said board, not '^^^• 
exceeding seven mills on the dollar of taxable property in 
said county, for the purpose of redeeming the orders issued 
under the authority of said board, to volunteers in the ser- 
vice of the United States, and known as " volunteer bounty 
orders." 

§ 2. That the said Board of Supervisors be and they May eouect the 
are hereby authorized to cause the said special tax to be 
collected at the same time as the State and county taxes for 
the year 1862 ; and that the time for the collection of taxes 
for said year is hereby extended until the 15th day of March 
next. 

§ 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Approved January 14, 1863. 



AN ACT to legalize the action of the Board of Superxisors in the counties In force July 12, 
of Bureau and Lee, in certain cases. \^^. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That the ac- Acts of supervi- 
tion of the Board of Supervisors in the counties of Bureau a°" lL^couu^ 
and Lee, in borrowing money for the benefit of volunteers, tie* legaiiaed. 
and in aid of the families of soldiers, and the issuing of 
county orders, or evidences of indebtedness therefor, be and 
the same is hereby legalized. And the said Board of Su- 
pervisors are hereby authorized to assess and collect, from 
time to time, as they may deem necessary, a tax for the 
payment of the principal and interest upon said indebted- 
ness. 

§ 2. This act to be in force from and after its passage. 

Approved February 12, 1863. 



26 



COUNTY COURTS. 



In force February AN ACT to amend "An act establishing County Courts," approved February 
' ■ 12, 1849, and to extend the jurisdiction of the County Courts of Crawford, 

Jasper, Cumberland, Lawrence, Richland, Clay, Hamilton, Rock Island and 
Mercer Counties. 



hare 
Jurisdiction 
circuit coui-ts. 



Process. 



Section 1. Be it enacted hy the Peojple of the State of 
Illinois^ rej^resented in the General Assernhly^ That in addi- 
^cTrti^n'^counties ^^^^ ^^ ^^^^ powers heretofore granted and conferred upon 
same the countj courts of this State, the county courts of Craw- 
ford, Jasper and Cumberland counties shall have concurrent 
jurisdiction with the circuit courts of this State of all mat- 
ters, suits and proceedings, in civil cases, at common law, 
or arising under the statutes of this State, where the amount 
in controversy shall not exceed live hundred dollars, exclu- 
sive of interest and costs, except in cases of libel and slan- 
der; and the judges of said county courts shall have the 
same powers, in vacation, as are vested in the judges of the 
circuit courts of this State. 

§ 2. The writs and process of said county courts shall 
be issued and executed in the same manner as the writs and 
process of the circuit courts of this State; and the rules, 
proceedings and practice, not herein otherwise provided for, 
shall conform, as near as may be, to the rules, proceedings 
and practice of said circuit courts; and all orders and judg- 
ments of said county courts shall have the same lien, force 
and efi'ect as .those of the circuit courts of this State, and 
shall be collected and enforced, in all respects, as those of 
said circuit courts in similar cases. 

§ 3. There shall be four terms of said county courts 
held in said counties, in eachyear, for the transaction of the 
business with the jurisdiction whereof it is hereby vested ; 
which said terms shall commence on the third Mondays oT 
March, June, September and December, of each year; and 
each term shall coiitinue until all the business before said 
courts is disposed of: Provided^ that^ nothing herein con- 
tained shall interfere with the probate jurisdiction of said 
courts at the terms aforesaid. 

§ 4. The said county courts shall have jurisdiction of all 
misdemeanors, and of all offenses arising under the statutes 
of this State punishable by fine only, when the amount shall 
not exceed one hundred dollars. 

§ 5, Traverse juries of said courts shall be selected by 
the county courts of said counties in the manner provided 
by law for the selection of jurors for the circuit courts, and 
shall possess the same qualifications and be liable to the 
same penalties and punishments, have the same privileges, 
shall take the same oaths, and possess the same powers, and 
be governed in all their proceedings in the same manner as 
is prescribed, allowed and imposed in the case of jurors in 
the circuit courts : Provided, that if, in the opinion of the 
judges of said courts there should not be sufficient business 



Terms of court. 



Jarisdiction. 



Jurors. 



COUNTY COURTS. 27 

pending before any of the terms of said courts mentioned 
in the third section of this act to justify the summoning of 
a jury, the same mav be dispensed with for such term. 

§ 6. The clerk, jurors, sheriff and other officers of said ^errT't>^°rs[ 
courts, and witnesses in attendance thereon, shall receive etc. 
the same compensation and fees that are now or may here- 
after be allowed for similar service in the circuit courts of 
this State, to be received, collected and paid in the same ^'^ 
manner as such fees now are or hereafter shall be. y 

§ 7. Appeals and proceedings in the nature of appeals, ^t?Sf peri^^o 
and writs of cei'tiorari taken and prosecuted from the deci- betaken to the 
sionsand judgments of justices of the peace and other infe- cou^s^ 
rior tribunals in said counties, shall be taken to and prose- 
cuted out of said county court, or the circuit court, at the 
discretion of the appellant or party making the application, 
in the same manner as such appeals are now taken to and 
writs of certiorari are now prosecuted out of the circuit 
courts of this State : Promded^ that all appeals taken from 
the judgments of said county judges, while acting as a jus- 
tice of the peace, shall be taken to the circuit court of said 
county. 

S S. Appeals and writs of error may be prosecuted from Appeals from the 

n • 1 ^^ -\ r- ^ 1 (^-1 iil count J' to circuit 

all judgments and iinal orders ot said county courts to tlie courts— how w 

circuit court of said county, in the same manner as appeals ^^t'^^^'^- 

and writs of error are prosecuted from the circuit courts of 

this State to the supreme court ; but no writ of error shall 

be granted, unless the same is applied for within six months 

after the rendition of the judgment or order complained of. 

All such writs of error shall be granted by the judge of 

said circuit court; and in all appeals from said county courts 

to the circuit court the appellant shall lodge in the office of 

the clerk of said circuit court an authentic copy of the record 

in said cause, on or before the first day of the next term of 

said circuit court. 

§ 9. Changes of venue shall be allowed in all cases changes of venue 
pending in said courts, as follows : To the circuit court of ^c.^'^ ^ ^°' 
said counties, when the party applying for such change shall 
make affidavit that the judge of said county courts is so 
prejudiced against him that he believes he cannot have an 
impartial trial before him ; and in the manner now provided 
by law, to the circuit court of some other county or circuit, 
when the application shall be founded on any other cause 
allowed by law for changes of venue in such cases. 

§ 10. The clerks of said courts shall tax and collect a cievks'fees.etc 
docket fee of one dollar in each suit or proceeding heard 
and determined in said courts, under the authority provided 
for and given by this act; which docket fee, when collected, 
shall be paid over to the county judges of said counties, 
respectively, in addition to the compensation now allowed 
them by law : Provided^ that nothing contained in this sec 



tion causes, etc. 



28 COUNTY COUETS. 

tion shall apply to probate business transacted by said county 
courts. 
r-ierks to appor- §11. It shall be the duty of the clerks of said county 
courts to set down and apportion the causes at the quarterly 
terms provided for in this act, for as many days of the term 
as he may think necessary; and all subpoenas for witnesses 
shall be made returnable on the day on which the cause in 
which the witnesses are to be called is set for trial. 

§ 12. This act shall be in force from and after passage. 

Appkoved February 21, 1863. 



In force May 1, AN ACT to repeal certain acts extending the jurisdiction of the County 
^®^' Courts of Boone and Winnebago Counties. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That so much 

Certain acts re- of an act entitled " An act to establish county courts," 

^**^ ■ approved February 12th, 1849, and of an act amendatory 

thereof, approved February 27th, 1854, and of all other 
acts as relate to-and extend the jurisdiction of the county 
courts of Boone and Winnebago counties, be and the same 
are hereby repealed : Provided, that this act shall not be 
construed to deprive said courts of the right to hear and 
determine all petitions for the sale ot real estate of deceased 
persons, as is now provided by law: Provided, furtJier, that 
either or any party interested in said estate shall have the 
right of appeal to the circuit court of said counties, as in 
other cases. 

changes of venue ^ 2. That the vcnuc of all actions and suits at common 
law or equity, now pending in said county courts of Boone 
and Winnebago counties, be and the same is hereby changed 
to the circuit courts of said counties ; and the clerks of the 
county courts of said Boone and Winnebago counties are 
hereby directed and required to transmit and deliver all 
papers on file in their office, pertaining to such actions and 
suits pending in said county courts, to the circuit courts of 
their respective counties ; and the circuit clerks of said 
counties shall docket said suits on the circuit court dockets, 
and may issue any additional process which may be neces- 
sary to the final disposition of such actions and suits, the 
same as if such actions and suits had been originally com- 
menced in said circuit courts. And the circuit courts of said 
counties shall proceed to the final disposition and adjudica- 
tion of such actions and suits the same as if they had been 
originally commenced in said circuit courts. 

^b^mld~r°tMn° ^ ^" That all processes, writs, etc., returnable to the 
^^ ma ere urn- j^^^^ term, A. D. 1863, of Said Boone and Winnebago 



COUNTY COURTS — CIKCUIT COURTS. 29 

connty courts, be deemed and they are hereby made return- 
able to the next succeeding term, A. D. 1863, of the circuit 
court of each of said counties, respectively ; and all actions 
and suits continued to the June term, A. D. 1863, of said 
county courts, shall be deemed and held continued to the 
next succeeding term, A. D. 1863, of the circuit courts of 
said counties respectively. 

§ 4:. That in all cases when final iudo;ment has been J"<'?'°f.°'s to re- 

", -.,, p.i . •'.^ ., . mam hens. 

rendered m either oi said courts m any action or suit therein, 
such iudo-ment shall remain and continue a lien a2;ainst the 
lands and tenements of the judgment debtor, the same as it 
this act had not been passed ; and the clerk of either of the 
county courts may continue to issue executions, or alias 
executions, and fee bills, for costs, upon all judgments ; and 
the said executions and fee bills shall have the same force 
as if this act had not been passed. 

§ 5. Tliat the papers directed to be delivered in the sec- Papers to be ac- 
ond section of this act by the county clerks of said Boone and certified*' tra/ 
Winnebago counties to the circuit clerks of their said coun- ^^jjPjs of orders 
ties respectively, shall be accompanied by a certified trans- 
cript of all orders entered in each of such actions and suits, 
together with a bill of all costs that have accrued in the 
county court in such actions and suits ; which costs, together 
with the county clerks' fees, at the rate of ten cents for 
every hundred words for such certified transcript, and fifty 
cents for the certificate to such transcript; which costs and 
fees shall be taxed by the clerk of the circuit court against 
the party to such actions and suits against whom judgment 
for costs shall be rendered by the circuit court. 

§ 6. All causes heretofore pending in either of said -A^pp^ais to the 
county courts, which may have been or may hereafter be to be remanded 
taken to the supreme court of this State, by writ of error or **'"="■""'* ''°"'* 
appeal, and remanded by said supreme court for trial de novo^ 
shall be by said supreme court remanded to the circuit court 
of the county in which the same originated; and said circuit 
court shall proceed with all such causes so remanded as if 
the same had been originally instituted in said circuit court. 

§ 7. This act shall take efiect and be in force from and 
after the first day of May next. 

Approved February 12, 1863. 



AN ACT to fix the times of holding courts in the 16th judicial circuit, and In force AprU l, 
to regulate the practice therein. 18^- 

Section 1. Beit enacted ly the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That the times Times of holding 
of holding the circuit courts of Peoria county shall be on Sy'" ^''"' 



3(' CmCUIT COURTS. 

the first Mondays of February, April, June, September, Oc- 
tober and December, in each and every year; and that 
the times of holding the circuit courts in the county of 
In stark county, g^j^j.]. i^g ^^^ ^l^g |.jj-j.(j Mondays of May and November, in 

each and every year. 
February June R 2. The tcrins of Said court to be held in February, 

and Oct. terms -_*^ i /~\ ^ ini t it i • i 

devoted to civil J une and October, shall be devoted solely to the trial 
of civil, common law and chancery cases ; hearing and 
disposing of motions and pleadings, and trials in such 
cases; and that the terms to be held in April, September 
and December, shall be devoted solely to the finding of in- 

criminai business jictmeDts, and the trials of criminal cases, and the hearing 
of motions connected with criminal j^roceedings, and trials 
of suits on forfeited recognizances. 

Grandjury,when § 3. That uo grand jury shall be summoned or empan- 

summoned. elod, cxccpt at the April, September and December terms, 
unless specially ordered by the court for some special pur- 
pose ; and no jury shall be empaneled at the February, June 
and October terms of the Peoria circuit court, until the 
second week of said terms. 

Recognizances. g 4_ j^w recoguizancos taken in criminal cases, returna- 
ble to the circuit court of said county of Peoria, whether the 
same be taken before a justice of the peace, sheriff, or the 
circuit court of said county, or before any officer authorized 
by law to take recognizances, shall be taken and made re- 
turnable to the next criminal term of said circuit court. 

§ 5. All laws or parts of laws contrary to or inconsis- 
tent with the foregoing act are hereby repealed. 
Approved January 29, 1863. 



In force February ^jf ^CX to change the time of holding courts in the 19th judicial circuit 
' and concerning adjourned terms in the 19th and 3d circuits. 

Section 1. J^e it enacted hy the People of the State of 

Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That hereafter 

Nineteenth circ't. circuit courts shall bo holden in the 19th judicial circuit, as 

follows, to-wit : 
Time of holding Jn tho couuty of Gallatin, on the 2d Monday in March, 
and 1st Monday in August. 

In the county of Hardin, on the 4th Monday in March, 
and the 3d Monday in August. 

In the county of Pope, on the 1st Monday in April, and 
4:th Monday in August. 

In the county of Massac, on the 2d Monday in April, and 
1st Monday in September. 

In the county of Pulaski, on the 3d Monday in April, and 
2d Monday in September. 



CIECUIl COTJETS. 31 

§ 2. All writs, notices, declarations in ejectment, bonds, ^^°''^^^- 
recognizances, and process of every description, made and 
served for, or returnable to, the terms of said courts as now 
Hxed by law, shall be deemed and held returnable to the 
terms as herein provided; and all proceedings pending in, 
or connected with said circuit courts, shall be taken up and 
conducted as though no alteration had been made in the 
time of holding courts in said counties. 

§ 3. Whenever the business pending in the circuit court Adjourned conrts 
of any one of the counties of the 19th judicial circuit shall 
not be completed during the terms as tixed by this act, it 
shall be lawful for the judge of said circuit, in his discretion, 
to adjourn the circuit court of such county, until such time 
as he may deem proper, and the petit jury in attendance at 
such term shall be the petit jury for the adjourned term, 
without further notice. And at said adjourned term all ca- 
ses on the dockets of said circuit courts, shall stand and be 
considered as though said regular term had not adjourned. 
And this section shall apply to and be in full force and ef- 
fect in the 3d judicial circuit of the State of Illinois. 

§ 4. That as soon as this act is approved, the Secretary secret'ry of state 
of State shall transmit a copy of this bill to the circuit clerk to forward copy. 
of each of the counties of said circuits, and also a copy ta 
the sheriff of each of said counties, and to the judges of the 
circuits. 

§ 5. This act shall take effect from and after its passage. 

Appeoved February 10, 1863. 



AN ACT to change the times of holding courts in the fourth judicial circuit, In force February 
and to attach certain counties thereto, and to fix the times of holding 3, 1868. 
courts therein, and for other purposes. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represetited in the General Assembly, That the Effingham and 
counties of Effingham and Shelby shall be and the same atuc^hedTo^thl 
are hereby attached to and shall, from and after the pas- ^°""^ "'"«"''• 
sage of this act, form a part of the 4:th judicial circuit. 

^ 2. That, after the passage of this act, the times of hold- '^'^^^^^! ^"'"^'"s 
iug courts in the fourth judicial circuit shall be as follows: 

In the county of Clark, on the first Mondays of March 
and September in each year. 

In the county of Cumberland, on the second Mondays 
thereafter. 

In the county of Coles, on the first Mondays thereafter. 

In the county of Edgar, on the third Mondays thereafter. 



32 CIRCUIT COURTS. 

In the county of Effingham, on the third Mondays there- 
after. 

In the county of Shelby, on the lirst Mondays thereafter. 
Process § 3. That all recognizances, writs and process, which 

have been or may be issued and made returnable to the 
terms of courts in the several counties in this act mentioned, 
as heretofore required to be holden, shall be deemed and 
taken to be returnable to the terms of courts in said coun- 
ties, as required to be holden under and by this act. And 
all notices, by publication or otherwise, wliich may have 
been given with reference to the terms of courts in said 
counties, as heretofore required to be holden, shall, by force 
of this act, refer to the terms of said courts as required to 
be holden by this act. And all proceedings pending in any 
of said courts in said counties shall be taken up and dis- 
posed of, according to law, as if no alteration had been 
made in the times of holding courts in said counties. 
Damages in de- | 4._ That iu all cases of judgments by default in the 
several circuit courts in the fourth judicial circuit, the judge 
may assess the damages, without the intervention of a jury. 
Secret'ry of state | 5. The Secretary of State shall, immediately after the 
passage of this act, transmit to the clerks ot the circuit 
courts of the several counties composing the fourth judicial 
circuit, as mentioned in this act, a certihed copy of this act. 

§ 6. This act shall take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Approved February 3, 1863. 



to give notice. 



In force February AN ACT to fix the terms of the Circuit Courts in the counties of Will and 
12, 1863. Grundy, to n^gulate the practice in said Will County Circuit Court, and 

to repeal certain acts in relation to Practice and Chancery proceedings in 
said court. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the Peojyle of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly^ That there 
Terms of court in shall bc held four tcrms of the circuit court of Will county 
Will county, j^j^j^^^g^i^^ g.^-^^ tcmis of court shall be held on the fourtL 
Monday of March, the third Monday of May, and on the 
first Mondays of October and December in each year. 
Damages in de- g 2. That in all cascs in said court of judgments by de- 
fault, the court may, without the intervention of a jury, as- 
sess the damages ; and in all cases executions may issue 
forthwith upon the rendition of judgment: Provided., t\\Q 
plaintiff in execution shall first file an affidavit of himself or 
some credible person, that the benefits of his judgment will 
be in danger of being lost unless execution issues forth- 
with. 



CIRCUIT COUETS. 33 

§ 3. The judge of said court may appoint special terms ^p®"'*^ ^^''^^• 
of said court whenever he may deem it proper, lor the 
transaction of common law, chancery or criminal business 
exclusively; at which special terms either a grand or petit 
jurj^, or both, may be ordered or dispensed with, in the dis- 
cretion of the judge. 

S 4. Whenever, from any cause, there shall have been a failure to sum- 

,. .Y T -I - • • 1 _£• 1 """^ juries, how 

lailure to summon a grand and petit jury, or either oi them, remedied, 
at any term for which said jury or juries are required by 
law to be summoned, the judge may order the same to be 
summoned forthwith by the sheriff, and the business of the 
court shall proceed in the same way as though said jury or 
juries had been summoned as provided by law. 

§ 5. That an act entitled " An act to lix the terms of ^°'^ '"^p^'^'^'^- 
court in the several counties composing the eleventh judi- 
cial circuit, to regulate practice, and to repeal a certain act 
in relation to the court of chancery in Will county," and all 
other acts supplementary thereto or amendatory thereof, so 
far as the same apply to or afiect the circuit court of Will 
county, be and the same are hereby repealed. 

§ 6. The regular terms of the circuit court within and Grundy county, 
for the county of Grundy shall be held on the second Mon- 
day of March, the lirst Monday of May and the third Mon- 
day of November of each and every year. 

S 7. No jury shall be summoned and empaneled for the No jury at May 

-. r ■ • 1 r^ ^ • • 1 term. 

May term ot said G-rundy county circuit court, unless spe- 
cially directed by the judge thereof. 

§ 8. This act to take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Approved February 12, 1863. 



AN ACT fixing the times of holding Courts in the county of Warren. In force AprillS, 

1863. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, rejyresejited in the General Assembly, That here- 
after there shall be three terms of the circuit court in said Terms of court in 
county of Warren annually. The said terras shall be held warren county, 
on the third Mondays of March, the first Mondays of July, 
and the second Mondays of December, and all of the pro- 
visions of the second section of the act of February 16th, 
1859, entitled " An act to fix the times of holding courts in 
the tenth judicial circuit," shall apply to and be a part of 
this act: .Provided, that no grand jury shall be summoned . 

for the said July term, unless ordered by the judge of said a° jSITterm"'^^ 
court. 

§ 2. This act to take eftect and J^e in force from and 
after its passage. 

Approved February 13, 1863. 



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CIRCUIT COURTS. 



In force February J^^ ACT to attach a cei'tain county therein named to the Second Judicial 
^> ^^^- Circuit, and to fix the times of holding courts therein. 

Section 1 . Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 

Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That from and 

Fayette county after the passage of this act, the county of Fayette shall be 

attached to see- jj^ttached to and form part of the second iudicial circuit, 

end circuit. , ,• i • • i • i i , • 

and hereafter the terms oi the circuit courts m the counties 
composing the second judicial circuit shall be as follows, 
to wit : 

Terms of court. In the couutics of Clinton, Marion, Washington, Ran- 
dolph and Monroe, at the times as now provided by law ; 
and in the county of Fayette on the second Mondays after 
the times of holding courts in the said county of Monroe. 

Process. § 2. That all writs, process, notices, recognizances and 

proceedings uf any description, which have been or may be 
issued, returnable to the terms of courts in said county of 
Fayette, as now fixed by law, shall be deemed returnable to 
the terms of courts in said county as fixed by this act, and 
shall be as valid as if made returnable to the terms fixed by 
this act. 

§ 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Approved February 3, 1863. 



In force June 2, AN ACT entitled An act changing the time of holding courts in the county of 
1863. Kendall, in the Ninth Judicial Circuit. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
lllinois^representedinthe General Asserribly, That the spring 
term of said court shall be held on the first Wednesday after 
the first Tuesday in April, and the fall term of said court 
shall be held on the second Tuesday of October in each and 
every year. 

§ 2. This act shall take efiect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 



In force .Tune 12, AN ACT to regulate the practice of the Circuit Court in the County of 
1863. Stephenson. 

Section 1. Be it "nacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, re-presented in the General Assembly, That all per- 
sons commencing suits in the circuit court of Stephenson 



CIRCUIT COURTS. 35 

county, and all persons taking appeals or change of venue ^cTn'g "uiTtTde-' 
to said county, shall be required to deposit with the clerk of posit «5, etc. 
said county, before he shall docket the suit or appeal, or is- 
sue any process thereon, the sum of hve dollars, to be paid 
into the county treasury, there to remain and be held as a 
special fund for the payment of jurors' fees ; said sum of 
five dollars to be taxed as costs against the unsuccessful 
party : Provided^ that no such deposit shall be required in 
case of cognovit or confession of judgment, or in chancery 
cases : And provided^ j'iLrthei\ that in case such suit or ap- 
peal shall, during the first week of tLe term, be dismissed 
or otherwise disposed of by final judgment, or submitted to 
the court for trial, without the intervention of a jury, then 
said five dollars jury docket fee shall be refunded by the 
clerk to the party that advanced the same. 

§ 2. The first week of each and every term of said conn- Order of buiine.i 
ty shall be employed in disposing of motions, demurrers, 
settling issues, and all other common and chancery business 
that can be attended to without the aid of a jury. And no 
petit jury shall be summoned to attend said court until the 
second week of each term. After the first week, the busi- 
ness of said court shall be the trial of causes by jury, and the 
dispatch of all other business not previously disposed of. 

§ 3. One panel of twenty-four petit jurors shall be sum- Jurors to be sum- 
moned to attend on the second Monday of each term for the °"'°*'*- 
second week, and a like panel shall be summoned to attend 
on the third Monday for the tiiird week. Defaults may be 
taken and parties required to plead to issue during the first 
week of the term. The grand jury shall be summoned to 
attend on the first day of each term of the court. 

§ 4. Parties wishing to prosecute a suit of poor persons Poor persons may 
shall be examined, under oath, by the clerk of ^aid court ; wUhouf depolu 
and if it shall appear to such clerk that the case falls within °^ ^^■ 
the act now in force in relation to the rights of a poor per- 
son to sue, then the clerk shall allow such person to com- 
mence suit without the deposit of the same aforesaid. 

§ 5. All laws and parts of laws in con:^ict with the pro- 
visions of this act are hereby repealed. This act shall be in 
force trom and after its passage. 

Approved June 12, 1863. 



AX ACT to provide for the time of holdin" the Cicuit Court in the County In force February 

of Lee. 10. 1868. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ rejpresented in the General Assembly, That the Times of holding 
terms of the circuit court, in and for the county of Lee, be ""'• 
held at the following times, to wit : 



36 



CmCUIT COUETS. 



On the second Monday in February, the fourth Monday 
in June, and the fourth Monday in November, in each and 
every year. 

§ 2. All acts inconsistent with the provisions of this act, 
are hereby repealed ; and this act to take efi'ect from and 
after its passage. 

Appoved February 10, 1863. 



In foro« June' AN ACT to repeal an act entitled " An act fixing the times of holding Courts 
18, 1868. ■ in the County of Warren," approved February 13, 1863. 

Section 1. £e it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assemlly, That an act 
entitled " An act fixing the times of holding courts in the 
county of Warren," approved February 13, 1863, be and 
the same is hereby repealed. 

§ 2. Ail writs, summons, subpoenas and process, all in- 
struments of every kind whatsoever, made returnable to the 
July term of the circuit court of the said county of "Warren, 
shall be made returnable to the October term, a. b., 1863, 
of the circuit court of the said county, the same as if they 
or either of them, had originally been made returnable to 
the said October term of the said court. 

§ 3. This act shall be in force from and after its passage. 

Approved June 13, 1863. 



Act of Feb. 13, 
1863, repealed. 



Frooess. 



In force June 18, AN ACT to change the time of holding the Circuit Court of Kankakee 
18S3. ° County. 

Section 1, Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That so much 
Act repealed. of an act entitled "An act to amend an act entitled 'an act 
to establish the twentieth judicial circuit in the State of Illi- 
nois,' " as provides for the holding of a regular term of the 
circuit court in the county of Kankakee, on the first Mon- 
Times of holding day of January in each year, is hereby repealed; and that 
''°'*''*" hereafter the winter term of said court shall commence on 

the first Monday of December, and continue as long as is 
necessary to do the business that is on the docket of said 
court. 

§ 2. This act to take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 
Approved June 13, 1863. 



CITY COURTS. 37 

AN ACT changing the times of holding the terms of the Court of Common In force February 
Pleas of the city of Aurora, and the Court of Common Pleas of the city 12, iSfal. 
of Elgin, and regulating the practice therein, and fur other purposes. 

Section 1. Be it enacted l>y the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That here- Terms of court, 
after the regular terms of the court of common pleas of the 
city of Aurora shall be held at the city of Aurora, on the 
third Monday of the months of March, June and October, 
of each year; and in addition thereto there shall be held 
the following chancery terms to-wit : On the first Mondays 
of the months of May, September, December, and the 
second Monday of January, of each year. And the terms 
of the court of common pleas of the city of Elgin, at the 
city of Elgin, on the fourth Mondays of the months of Jan- 
uary, April and first Mondays in October, of each year; 
and said terms shall continue until all the business before 
the court shall bo disposed of. 

§ 2. All orders, judgments and decrees hereafter made or judgments, etc., 
rendered in either of said courts shall be liens upon all '°''^^'«°^- 
lands and tenements and real estate in the city in the court 
of which they are made or rendered, in the same manner 
and with the like effect as judgments and decrees of the cir- 
cuit court in the county where made or rendered. But if 
any party to any such order, judgment or decree shall de- 
sire to make the same a lien upon other lands, tenements 
or real estate in Kane county, beyond the limits of such 
city, the same must be done in the manner now required 
by law. 

§ 3. A creditor's bill may be filed or garnishee process creditor's biiu to 
issued in either of said courts before the return day of the ''^ '^®'^' *'"'• 
execution : Provided, that the execution shall first be re- 
turned by the sheriff" unsatisfied, either in whole or in part, 
and that the plaintiff", or some person for him, shall file an 
affidavit, setting forth that there is danger that the benefits 
of said judgment will be lost unless the said plaintiff be 
allowed to file such creditor's bill or issue such garnishee 
process before the return day of such execution. 

§ i. Changes of venue may be taken from 'the court of change of venue. 
common pleas of the city of Elgin to the court of com- 
mon pleas of the city of Aurora, and from the court of 
common pleas of the city of Aurora to the court of common 
pleas of the city of Elgin, or from either of said courts to 
the circuit court of Kane county, or of any adjacent county 
in said State ; but the granting or refusing a change of venue 
in criminal cases shall be a matter vesting in the sound dis- 
cretion of the court or judge, upon the facts of each case. 

§ 5. The fees of the grand and petit jurors of said courts Jurors' fees, 
shall hereafter be paid out of the county treasury of Kane 
county, upon the certificate of the clerk of the respective 
courts. 



38 CITY COURTS. 

Place of holding § ^- The commoii conncil of each city shall provide 

co«rt8, etc. places for holding the courts of snch city, and fuel, lights, 
and stationery for the same. 

Jury fees. § Y. ]so jiiry fees, except in causes tried by a jury, or 

judge's fees, shall be charged in any cause hereafter com- 
menced in either of said courts ; and all jury fees accruing 
in such causes tried by a jury shall be paid into the county 
treasury, A docket fee of one dollar shall be charged in each 
cause commenced in the respective courts, and, when col- 
lected, shall be paid into the city treasury of the respective 
cities. And the common council or city council of the re- 
spective cities shall each pay to the judge of said courts a 
salary of one hundred dollars per annum, payable quarterly, 
out of their respective city treasury. 

Acts in force. § 8. That each i nd every part of the acts creating said 

courts and amendatory thereof shall be and remain in full 
force, validity and eifect, except those parts M-hich are in 
conflict or inconsistent herewith, and those are so far modi- 
fied as to be consistent herewith. 

§ 9. That this act shall be in force from and after its 
passage, and shall not be construed to afiect or in any man- 
ner repeal any act or parts of acts relative to any other 
courts in this State ; nor shall this act, or any part thereof, 
be repealed by implication. 

Process. § 10. All writs, subpoeuas, recognizances and other pro- 

cess which have been or may be issued out of and made re- 
turnable to the terms of the respective courts, as heretofore 
required by law, shall be deemed and taken returnable to 
the said terms of the courts, as required to be holden under 
this act ; and all notices which may have been given, either 
by publication or otherwise, with reference to the terms here- 
tofore required to be holden, shall, by force of this act, refer 
to the term of the court as herein required to be holden ; 
and all proceedings pending in said courts shall be taken up 
and disposed of, as if no alteration had been made in the 
terms of holding said courts. 

Certain actmade g n. J]^ it further eixacUd^ that the provisions of an 
paitu t IB. ^^^ entitled "An act to give uniform organization and 
jurisdiction to inferior courts of local jurisdiction in this 
State," approved February 10, 1857, be and the same are 
hereby declared to be re-enacted and in full force as a part 
of this act. 

Appeoved Februry 12, 1861. 

[The foregoing law was, by accident, omitted from the 
publication of 186X.] 



CITY COUKTS — CHAMPAIGN COUNTY. 39 

AX ACT to change the time of holding the March term of the Court of Com- In force February 
mon Pleas of the City of Aurora. ^^' '^^^■ 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly, That hereafter change of time, 
the March term of the court of common pleas of the city of 
Aurora shall be holden on the second Monday of March, of 
each year, instead of the third Monday of March, as now- 
required by law. 

§ 2. All summonses, subpoenas, writs, recognizances and Process, 
other process, made before the passage of this act returna- 
ble on the third Monday of March next, are hereby made 
and shall be deemed and taken as returnable on the second 
Monday of March next, as iixed by this act. 

§ u. This act to be in force from and after its passage. 

Appkoved February 16, 1863. 



AN ACT to repeal an act entitled "An act to establish a Recorder's Court In force April 20, 
in the city of Peoria," approved February 18, 1861. ^®^^- 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Plinois, represented in the General Assembly, That said act, 
establishing a recorder's court in the city of Peoria, be and 
the same is hereby repealed. 

Appkoved Februarj- 20, 1863. 



AX ACT to legalize the action of the Board of Supervisors, of Champaign In force February 
County, in levying a tax for the payment of bounties to Volunteers, and the ' ■^^®*" 

support of their families, when necessary. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the ac- 
tion of the board of supervisors of the county of Champaign, 
at the September term, 1862, of said board, in levying a tax 
on all the taxable property of said county, for the year 1862, 
of 10 mills on each dollar's worth of taxable property, for 
the payment of bounties to volunteers and the support of 
the familes of volunteers, when necessary, be and the same 
is hereby legalized and collectable, as other taxes, and made 
valid. 

§ 2. This act to take effect from and after its passage. 

Approved February 14, 1863. 



40 



COOK COUNTY — CARROLL COUNTY. 



In force February 
21, 1863. 

Vi eamble. 



Supervisors to is- 
sue bonds. 



AN ACT to authorize the County of Cook to borrow money. 

Whereas the board of supervisors of Cook county have, 
under the act approved May 2d, 1861, entitled "An act 
to encourage the formation and equipment of vohinteer 
companies," appropriated more money than can at present 
be assessed or collected under the provisions of the said 
act : Now, therefore. 

Section 1. £e it enacted hj the People of the State of 
Illinois, representedintlte General Assembly, That the board 
of supervisors of said county may authorize the issuing of 
bonds of the said county, not to exceed in the aggregate the 
sum of one hundred and lifty thousand dollars, to bear in- 
terest at the rate of six per cent, per annum, and to be paya- 
ble at such time or times as the said board shall ilx upon ; 
and may authorize the said bonds to be sold, and with the 
proceeds of such sales shall pay the money so appropriated. 
§ 2. The said bonds shall be signed by the chairman of 
the said board, and countersigned by the clerk of the county 
court of said county, and sealed with the seal of the said 
court. 

§ 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Approved February 21, 1863. 



levy special tax. 



tn force June 13, AN ACT to authorize the Board of Supervisors of the County of Carroll to 
^^^' levy a special tax for Volunteer purposes. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the 
Supervisors may board of supcrvisors of the county of Carroll be and they 
are hereby authorized and empowerea to levy a special tax 
on all the real and personal property subject to taxation in 
said county, not exceeding ten mills on the dollar, to enable 
said county to pay bonds issued by said board of supervisors 
to raise money for the payment of bounties to those who 
volunteered in the service of the United States, from said 
county, and for the support of families of the aforesaid vol- 
unteers. 

§ 2. That the aforesaid special tax shall be levied in the 
same manner and collected vt the same time that all other 
taxes are levied and collected in said county of Carroll. 

§ 3. This act to take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Approved June 13, 1863. 



ftow levied 
collected. 



and 



COTINTT INDEBTEDNESS — CONSTITUTION UNITED STATES. 41 

AN ACT to enable Counties owing debts to liquidate the same. I" '°"^ fl^'^^^^ 

lOj lODo. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
lllinou, represented in the General Assembly^ That the 
county courts for county business in counties without town- oounties may 

,,'' .. 1,11 i,» • J} J." levy special tax 

ship organization and the board oi supervisors ot counties topaymdetted- 

under township organization, in such counties as may be °^^*' 

owing debts which their current revenue, under existing 

laws, is not sufficient to pay, may, if deeuied advisable, levy 

a special tax, not to exceed in any one year one per cent, upon 

the taxable property of any such county, to be assessed and 

collected in the same manner and at the same time and rate 

of compensation as other county taxes ; and when collected 

to be kept as a separate fund, in the county treasury, and to 

be expended under the direction of the said county court or 

board of supervisors, as the case may be, in liquidation of 

such indebtedness. 

§ 2. This act shall be in force from and after its passage. 

Appkoved, February 16, 1863. 



AN ACT ratifying a certain amendment to the Constitution of the United in force June 2, 

States. ^^^^■ 

"Whereas the people of the State of Illinois are devotedly 
and unchangeably attached to the Union of the States, as 
established in the constitution of the United States, and 
have shown that attachment by a respect for that constitu- 
tion and alllaws passed in pursuance thereof, and by every 
sacrifice of blood and treasure demanded of them ; and 
whereas that Union cannot be preserved by mere force 
alone, but by restoring confidence between the people of 
the several States, through a faithful adherence on the 
part of all in authority and the people themselves to said 
constitution and laws, and by a cheerful purpose to 
amend that constitution, whenever necessary to afford a 
guaranty to the people of each and all of the States that 
their rights and privileges heretofore enjoyed shall be res- 
pected and enforced ; and whereas two-thirds of both 
Houses of the Congress of the United States, in pursu- 
ance of the constitution of the United States, have deemed 
it necessary and proper, by joint resolution, approved 
March 2, a. d. 1861, to propose the following amend- 
ment to said constitution, to- wit : 

aeticle xni. 

"No amendment shall be made to the constitution, which 
will authorize or give to Congress the power to abolish or 
—5 



4:2 CHICAGO PEOPEKTY. 

interfere within any State with the domestic institutions 
thereof, including that of persons held to labor or service 
by the laws of said State." 

Therefore, 

Be it enacted hy the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the foregoing amend- 
ment to the constitution of the United States be and the 
same is hereby ratified by the people of the State of Illi- 
nois and the Legislature thereof. 



Inforce^February ^-^ ^CT tg repeal an act entitled " An act regulating the custody and sale 
' ■ of personal property, under legal process, in the City of Chicago and the 

towns of South Chicago, West Chicago and North Chicago, in Cook 
county." 

[Section 1.] Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the act 

Act repealed. entitled "An act regulating the custody and sale of personal* 
property, under legal process, in the city of Chicago and the 
towns of South Chicago, West Chicago and North Chicago, 
in Cook county," approved February 22d, a. d. 1861, be 
and the same is hereby repealed. 

Acts rcTived. § 2. That all acts and parts of acts repealed by the act 

in the foregoing section mentioned be and the same are 
hereby revived. 

Custodian to de- § 3. All property in the possession of the custodian for 

bick. ^''°^*'''^ the city of Chicago, by virtue of the provisions of the act 
hereby repealed, shall be delivered to the officer from whom 
such property was received immediately upon the passage 
of this act. 

- , ^. . . §4. jSTothing; in this act contained shall release the said 

Custodian not to o t n . ,. <• t , .,. i • i i 

be released from custodiau and his surctios irom any liability which has 

liability. ^ . n 

accrued or may accrue to any person or persons tor any 
breach or breaches of the bond provided for by the second 
section of the act hereby repealed. 

§ 5. This act shall take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Appkoved February 3, 1863. 



DEKALB COUNTY. 43 

AN ACT to extend the jurisdiction of the County Court of DeKalb County. l° foj" February 

Is, IbOo. 

Section 1. Be it enacted l>y the People of the State of 
Illinois, revresented 171 the General Assembly, That in addi- oounty court to 

' , -^ , , „ ,. 1.1 , have concurrent 

tion to the powers heretofore conierrea upon the county jurisdiction with 
courts of this State, the county court of DeKalb county <=''«"!♦ -""^--t. 
shall have concurrent jurisdiction with the circuit courts ot 
this State in all cases, suits, matters, actions and proceedings 
at common law or by statute, and shall have concurrent 
jurisdiction with said circuit courts in all criminal cases and 
misdemeanors, where the punishment is by fine only not 
exceeding one hundred dollars; and the judge of said court 
shall have the same powers in vacation as are vested in the 
judges of the circuit courts in this State. 

§ 2. The writs and process of said county court shall be ProceBs. 
issued and executed in the same manner as writs and process 
of the circuit courts of this State, and the judge of said county 
court shall have power to make and prescribe all necessary 
rules, regulations and practice and proceedings in said court, 
not herein otherwise provided for ; and all orders, judgments 
and decrees of said court shall have the like lien, force and 
effect, and be enforced and collected in the same manner as 
orders, judgments and decrees, made or rendered in the 
circuit courts of this State. 

§ 3. There shall be held in said county in each and Terms of court. 
every year, for the transaction of business, four terms of 
said county court, in addition to the terms now by law 
required to be held, which shall be called and known as the 
April, July, October and January terms, and shall com- 
mence on the first Mondays of April, October and January, 
and on the second Monday of July, and may continue open 
until the business is disposed of. If the judge of said court 
shall not attend before four o'clock in the afternoon of the 
day when said court should be held, the sheriff or clerk shall 
adjourn said court till the next day, and if said judge shall 
not attend before six o'clock of the second day, then the 
sheriff or clerk shall adjourn said court without day. 

§ 4. Appeals and proceedings in the nature of appeals Appeals, etc. 
and writs of certiorari, taken and prosecuted from the decis- 
ions and judgments of justices of the peace and other infe- 
rior tribunals and jurisdictions in said county^ shall be taken 
to or writ sued out of said county court. 

§ 5. Appeals and writs of error from the orders, judg- 
ments and decrees of said county court to the supreme court 
shall be taken in the same cases, and prosecuted and con- 
ducted in the same manner as is or may be provided by the 
laws of this State for taking and prosecuting appeals and 
writs of error from the circuit courts of this State. 

§ 6. The clerk, sheriff and other officers of said court,^ ^"s of officers, 
and jurors, and witnesses, shall receive the several fees and 
compensation that now are or hereafter may be allowed for 



,44 



DEKALB COUNTY. 



Clerk to provide 
booki. 



Salary of judge. 



Juries — how sum- 
; moned. 



Proviso. 



Venue— chang« 
; of. 



similar service and attendance in the circuit courts ; wliicli 
may be recovered and collected and paid in like cases and 
manner as such fees now are or may hereafter be in said 
circuit courts. 

§ Y. The clerk of said court shall provide all necessary 
books, stationery, and fuel for his office, and presses for the 
safe keeping of the archives thereof, and the board of super- 
visors of said county shall, from time to time, make allow- 
ances for the same out of the county treasury. 

§ 8. The judge of said county court shall receive a 
salary of one thousand dollars per annum, payable quarterly 
out of the treasury of said county, in the same manner as 
is now provided by law. And the clerk of said court shall 
not be entitled to nor receive any j:>igr diem allowance while 
said court is sitting under the provisions of this act. 

§ 9. Traverse juries for the July and January terms of 
said court shall be selected and ordered to be summoned 
and returned in the same manner that they are or may be 
selected, summoned and ordered to be returned for the 
circuit court in said county ; and the judge of said court 
may, if he shall deem it necessary for the transaction of 
business, require a jury to be summoned and returned for 
the trying of all issues and matters at the April and October 
terms, or either of them, of said court, and direct the issu- 
ing of process therefor; and the jurors so selected, sum- 
moned and returned, shall possess the same qualitications, 
be liable to the same penalties and punishments, have the 
same benefit of the same excuses and exemptions, shail take 
the same oaths, possess the same powers and be governed 
in all their proceedings in the same manner, as is or may be 
prescribed, allowed and imposed in the case of juries in the 
circuit courts of this State: Provided^ that the jury for the 
July term, 1863, of said court and the juries for the April 
and October terms of said court, when required to be sum- 
moned by the judge of said court, as in this section provi- 
ded, shall be selected by the sherifi', coroner and treasurer 
of said county, at least twenty days before the sitting of said 
court, in the same manner that juries were selected by the 
county commissioners' court under the act of 1845, and it 
shall be the duty of the clerk of said court immediately 
thereafter to issue and deliver to the sheriff of said county 
a summons commanding him to summon the persons so 
selected to appear before the said court at or before eleven 
o'clock A. M. on the first day of the term thereof, to serve 
as traverse jurors. 

§ 10. That a change of venue shall be allowed in any 
suit depending in said court to the circuit court of any 
adjoining covmty where the causes complained of do not 
exist, or to the circuit court of DeKalb county, by agree- 
ment of parties. The manner of obtaining such change of 
venue shall be the same as is now provided by law for 



DEKALB COUNTY. A5 

obtaining changes of venue in tlie circuit courts of this 
State, and changes of venue shall be allowed for the same 
causes for which chano-es of venue are allowed by law in 
said circuit courts, 

§ 11. That in addition to the writ of certiorari^ now writs. 
given by statute, said county court shall have power to 
award writs oi certiorari to bring the proceedings of justices 
of the peace and all other inferior tribunals and jurisdictions 
in said county before said county court, and the judge of 
said court may, in his discretion, hear partial or other proof 
tending to show a want of or excess of jurisdiction or other 
illegality or irregularity not apparent on the face of the 
record so brought before him: Provided^ that the said court Proviso, 
shall be confined to an examination of the jurisdiction of 
such inferior courts, tribunals and jurisdictions and to ques- 
tions of law arising out of their proceedings, but shall have 
no power to examine their decisions upon questions of fact: 
And provided^ also, that no proceedings in the nature of ^"^ther provis. 
judgments or linal orders shall be set aside, if it shall appear 
on the face of the record that the defendant confessed judg- 
ment for any sum within the jurisdiction of the justice of 
the peace, nor unless the said writ of certiorari shall be 
issued within twenty days after judgment was rendered or 
order made, and no execution shall be set aside or quashed, 
unless the said writ is issued and served within twenty days 
after the service of said execution, and before any sale of 
property under the same, and the court shall at the term to 
which the proceedings are brought before it by virtue of 
said writ, determine and decide thereon. 

§ 13. The clerk of said county court, in the absence of Duty of cierk. 
the judge thereof, and without any special allowance of the 
same, is hereby authorized and em owered to issue the writ 
of ceHiorari hereby provided for, upon the party applying 
for the same, or his agent or attorney, making oath or affir- 
mation before said clerk that it is not for the purpose of 
delay, but that the proceedings proposed to be removed are i 

to the best of his knowledge and belief unjust and illegal. _ \ 

§ 14. It shall be the duty of justices of the peace, and ^o"nhe°pe»cfe. 
all other inferior tribunals and jurisdictions, upon the ser- 
vice of said writ, to certity the whole proceedings had be- 
fore them, by sending the original precept, a copy of the 
judgment or order, and execution or executions, if any be is- 
sued, together with all other papers connected therewith, to 
the clerk of said county court, within ten days after service 
on him or them of said writ, and the said clerk shall imme- 
diately lile the same. The service of said writ shall operate 
as a stay of all further proceedings by said justice of the 
peace or other inferior tribunal or jurisdiction until the fur- 
ther order of the said county court ; and if any execution or 
other linal process shall have been issued and delivered to 
be served, the same shall be stayed by said justice or other 



46 DEKALB COUNTY. 

inferior tribunal or jurisdiction ; but the lien of any sucli 
execution, so issued and delivered, shall not be lost, unless 
the proceeding sent up as herein provided, shall be set aside 
or quashed; and all iustices of the peace shall be entitled to 
the same fees for services rendered under this act as for 
similar services in other cases. 

§ 15. That in all cases wherein the judge of said court 
I shall be of kin to either of the parties to any suit pending 

I ' in said court, or shall have been of counsel in the case, or 

shall be in any manner interested therein, he shall certify 
said cause to the circuit court of said county for trial, and 
the same shall be docketed in and tried by said circuit court 
in the same manner as if it had been originally brought in 
said circuit court. 

§ 16. This act shall take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Appkoyed February 12, 1863. 



! force April 12, AN ACT concerninp; Paupers in DeKalb and Kendall counties. 

1868. ° ^ 

k Section 1. JBe it enacted hy the Peojjle of the State of 

\ Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly, That the sev- 

eral townships in the counties of DeKalb and Kendall, be 
and they are hereby empowered to support all paupers re- 
siding within their respective limits, out of the treasury 
thereof: Provided, that at their next election for township 
ofhcers, to be held in the several townships in said counties, 

»on the first Tuesday of April next, a majority of the legal 
voters of said county, at said election, shall vote in favor of 
such separate support, which vote shall be by ballot, written 
or printed, or partly written or partly printed, "For Town- 
ship Support," or "Against Township Support," which shall 
be canvassed and returned in same manner as in canvass of 
election for county officers. 

§ 2. It shall be the duty of the clerks of the county 
courts of said counties to give notice of the said election in 
the same manner as is provided lor giving notice of general 
elections. 

§ 3. That in case separate township support shall be 
adopted in said counties, agreeably to the provisions of the 
first section of this act, then the overseers of the poor of the 
several townships aforesaid, shall take charge of, mantain 
and support the paupers of their respective townships in 
manner as is now or may be hereafter provided by law, and 
all expenses incurred for maintenance and support shall be 
considered a township charge, and it shall be the duty of 
said overseers to present to the board of township auditors 
of their respective townships, at each regular meeting there- 



DAMAGES ^FISH. 4>T 

of, a true account of all expenditures incurred under the 
provisions of this act, which shall be audited and paid. 

§ 4. That the provisions of sections fourteen, fifteen and 
sixteen, of chapter eii^lit of the Revised Statutes, entitled 
" Paupers," shall apply to and operate as between the sev- 
eral townships ot said counties, in same manner as they do 
between the several counties of this State ; and if any per- 
son shall become chargeable in any township in said coun- 
ties who has not not resided in said counties thirty days, 
then the overseer of the poor having such person in charge 
shall give notice thereof to the county clerks of said coun- 
ties, whose duty it shall be to give notice to the authorities 
of the proper county, as in other cases, and the expense of 
taking care of such paupers, when received from such foreign 
county, shall be paid into the treasury of the proper town- 
ship. 

§ 5. The electors of the several towns of said counties, 
at their annual town meetings, may prescribe such rules and 
regulations for the support of paupers of their respective 
towns as they may deem most expedient. 

Approved February 13, 1863. 



AN ACT regulating the practice in assessing damages. In force April 14, 

[Section 1.] Be it enacted ly the People of the State of 
JlUnoi-s, represented in the General Assemhty^ That in all 
suits in the courts of record in this State, upon default, where 
a writ of inquiry has heretofore been required to assess the 
damages, it shall be lawful for the court to hear the evidence 
and assess the damages, without a jury for that purpose : 
Provided^ that if either party shall claim a jury, the dama- 
ges shall be assessed as heretofore. 

Appeoyed February 14, 1863. 



AN ACT entitled an act to repeal an act entitled "An act for the protection In force February 
of fish within the county of Rock Island," approved February 22, 1861. ^' ^®^^- 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That the act 
entitled "An act for the protection of fish within the county 
of Rock Island," approved February 22d, 1861, be and the 
same is hereby repealed. 

§ 2. This a«t to take efiect from and after its passage. 

Approved February 20, 1863. 



4:8 FKANKLIN COUNTY. 

^° Ys^iser*'"^ ^^ -^^'^ *° authorize the county court of Franklin county to issue county 
' bonds. 

Section 1. Be it enacted ly the Peojple of the State of 
Illinois^ That the county court of Franklin county be and 
^may wowml^ ^^ hereby authorized and empowered to borrow money, in 
ney. One Or morc loans, not exceeding in all the sum of twenty 

thousand dollars, to be expended under and by the direction 
of said county court, in building bridges, repairing levees, 
building a court house and jail m said county and in liqui 
dating the present indebtedness of said county. And the 
To issue bonds, couuty court of Said county is hereby authorized to issue 
bonds of said county for such sums and payable in such 
times and places as the county court may designate, which 
bonds shall bear interest not exceeding ten per cent, per 
annum, and said interest to be paid half-yearly. And [said 
bonds] shall be signed by the county court judges and coun- 
tersigned by the clerk of said court, with the seal of said 
court annexed. And said bonds so executed shall be dis- 
posed of by said court and shall be obligatory upon said 
county. 

^reda?tax°"^*" ^ ^' ^^^ ^^ U further enacted, That the county court of 
said county shall levy and collect a special tax on all real 
and personal estate, situate in said county, not to exceed two 
mills on the dollar, to be collected in good current money, 
which shall be applied to the payment of the interest accru- 
ing on the said county bonds of said Franklin county. And 
the excess of said special tax, if any should accrue, after 
paying the interest of said bonds, shall be apphed as a sink- 
ing fund to extinguish the principal of said bonds. 

§ 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Approved January 13, 1663. 



'^°'°10^1868.""^ AN ACT to authorize the county court of Franklin county to issue county 

bonds. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the 
FrankUn county couuty court of Franklin county be and is hereby au- 
mayborrowmo- j-jj^Qfj^ed and empowered to borrow money, in one or more 
loans, not exceeding in all the sum of twenty thousand dol- 
lars, to be expended under or by the direction of said coun- 
ty court, in building bridges, repairing levees, building a 
court house and jail in said county, and in liquidating the 
To iMue bonds P^'^scnt indebtedness of said county. And the county court 
of said county is hereby authorized to issue bonds of said 
county, for such sums, and payable in such times and places 



FKANKLIN COUNTY — FEES AND SALARIES. 49 

as the county court may designate, which bonds shall bear in- 
terest not exceeding ten per cent, per annum, and said inter- 
est is to be paid half-yearly. And said bonds shall be signed 
by the county court judges, and countersigned by the clerk 
of said court, with the seal of said court annexed. And 
said bonds so executed shall be disposed of by said court, 
and shall be obligatory upon said county. 

S 2. And he it further enacted. That the county court of i^e'^y .»?* "Ji«<=' 

• T 1111 111 • 1 11 1 special tax. 

said county shall levy and collect a special tax on all real 
and personal estate, situate in said county, not to exceed two 
mills on the dollar, to be collected in good current money ; 
which shall be applied to the payment of the interest accru- 
ing on the said county bonds of said Franklin county; and 
the excess of said special tax, if any should accrue, after 
paying the interest of said bonds, shall be applied as a sink- 
ing fund to extinguish the principal of said bonds. 

§ 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Appkoved February 10, 1863. 



AN ACT in reference te Fees and Salaries. I° '?J*'^J|?"'"'^ 

Id, looo. 

Section 1. Be it enacted ly the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly, That hereafter 
no cause shall be docketed in the supreme court of this 
State unless the party desiring the same so docketed shall Bupreme court, 
first pay to the clerk of said court a docket fee of six dollars, 
which sum shall be taxed in the bill of costs against the un- 
successful party, whether plaintiff or defendant, and collected 
as other costs. And it shall be the duty of said clerk to pay 
over all such docket fees so received by him to the judges of 
said court, in equal amounts, when demanded. 

§ 2. No suit at law or in chancery shall be docketed by Docket fees in 
the clerk of the court of common pleas in the city of Cairo, 
or of the circuit court of any county in the State, (except in 
the counties of Cook and Lake, to which this act shall not 
apply,) until the party wishing the same so docketed shall 
pay to said clerk a docket fee of one dollar, which shall be 
taxed in the bill of costs against the unsuccessful party, and 
collected as other costs. And it shall be the duty of the 
clerk receiving any such docket fees, to keep an account of 
the amount so received, and pay the same over to the judge 
of said c©urt on the first day of each term of court. 

§ 3. No more than one docket fee shall be taxed in the 
same case, under the provisions of this act. 

§ 4. That all laws now in force authorizing the collec- 
tion of a docket or jury fee, either in supreme or circuit 



50 FEES AND SALARIES — GAME. 

courts, except in the counties of Cook and Lake, are hereby 
repealed. 

§ 6. This act shall be in force from and after its passage. 

Appeoted January 15, 1863. 



^° M^ 1863."'"'^ -^N ACT in regard to Fees of County Clerks. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That hereafter 
there shall be allowed to county clerks, in addition to the 
Additional fees to fees uow allowo i them, the sum of one cent for each tract 
eoun y c er s. ^^ land, and one half of one cent for each town lot on which 
shool tax may be assessed by school districts or townships. 
Also one cent for each person's personal property on which 
such school tax is assessed. Which fee shall be in full for 
all services rendered by such clerks in entering said tax on 
the collector's book, computing and adding up the same. 
Which sum shall be paid out of the county treasury of the 
county in which such services are rendered : Provided, this 
act shall not apply to the taxes levied for the year 1862, nor 
shall it apply to Cook county. 

§ 2. This act shall take eifect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Appkoved February 13, 1863. 



In force February AN ACT to amend an a«t approved February 21st, 1861, entitled " An act to 
12, 1868. amend an act entitled ' an aet to preserve the game in the State of Illi- 

nois,' " approved February 15th, 1855. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the sev- 
Game laws «- ^^^ provisious of an act approved February 21st, 1861, en- 
tended to cer- titled "An act to amend an act entitled 'an act to preserve 
tain counties. ^^^ ^^^^ .^ ^^^ g^^^^ ^^ Illinois,' " approvcd February 15th, 

1855, and the several provisions of the act of which the 
same is amendatory, shall henceforth extend to and be in 
full force and effect in the counties of Clark, Hancock, 
Adams and Edgar, as well as in the county of Knox. 

§ 2. This act shall take effect and be in full force and 
effect from and after its passage. 

ApFKovBD February 12, 1863. 



HENRY COUISITT — ILLINOIS DIGEST IROQUOIS COUNTY. 61 

AN ACT to enable the County of Henry to levy a tax to pay soldiers' bounties. In force February 

31, 1868. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the Peojyle of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That the 
board of supervisors of the county of Henry be and said ^rev^Iax." 
board is hereby authorized and empowered to levy a tax on 
the taxable property of said county, not exceeding one per 
cent, in any one year, for the purpose of paying bounties to 
the volunteer soldiers of said county in the service of the 
government of the United States. 

§ 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

ArPEOTED February 21, 1863. 



Act amended. 



AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act providing for the purchase of cer- In force February 
tain copies of the third volume of the Illinois Digest," approved February 2, 1663. 

12, 1861. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the Peojfle of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That the fifth 
section of the act of which this [is] an amendment, be, and 
he same is hereby, so amended, that the purchase of the 
)ooks in said act provided for shall be made : Provided, the 
said books shall be delivered to the Secretary of State M'ithin 
,ix months from the passage of this act: And provided, fur- 
her, that the said third volume of said Digest shall contain 
i synopsis and compilation of all the decisions of the su- 
)reme court from the 16th to the 25th volumes of the Illi- 
lois Reports, inclusive. 

§ 2. This act to be in force from and after its passage. 

Approved February 2, 1863. 



-X ACT to enable the people of Iroquois County to vote for the removal of in force April 11, 
the county seat. ■^^^• 

PREAMBLE. 

Vhereas the court house of the county of Iroquois was de- Preamble, 
stroyed by fire in February, a. d. 1862; and whereas there 
are no suitable buildings and conveniences in the town of 
Middleport for holding courts and transacting the public 
business of the county ; therefore. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
llinoisy represented in the General Assembly, That on Tues- Election to be 
ay, the 17th day of March, a. d. 1863, an election shall be 



52 IROQUOIS COUNTY. 

held in tlie county of Iroquois, in the State of Illinois, at 
the usual places of holding elections, for the purpose of de- 
termining whether the present seat of justice of said county 
shall be removed and relocated. 

°tb"" °' *"'"■ § 2- "^^^^ officers of elections shall attend on the day oi 
election, and conduct said election according to the laws ot 
this State in cases of election of county officers ; and all legal 
voters of said Iroquois county shall be entitled to vote for or 
against the removal of the county seat of said county to the 
town of South Middleport. 

Form of baiiota. | 3. The ballots shall be in the following form, to-wit: 
" For removal" — " against removal ;" And the officers oj 
said election shall make returns in the manner and time 
now prescribed by law in case of election of county officen 
in the State. 

^tion'^Ttc!^ ^^^°' § ^- When the returns shall have been made to th( 
county clerk of said Iroquois county, he shall proceed t( 
canvass said returns and open and count the votes cast a 
said election, in every respect as in cases of elections o 
county officers, as now provided by law for said county o 
Iroquois ; and if a majority of all the votes cast at said elec 
tion are " for removal," then the said town of South Middle 
port, (consisting of South Middleport and Stanley's additioi 
thereto,) shall be and remain the permanent seat of justice 
of said county ; but if a majority of all the votes cast shal 
be "against removal," then the town of Middleport, th( 
present county seat, shall be and remain the permanent sea 
of justice of said county. 

Seat of justice. § 5. If the Seat ofjusticc sliall be established at the sai( 
town of South Middleport, according to the provisions o 
this act, the board of supervisors of said county are hereb; 
constituted and appointed commissioners to select the sit 
for the erection of public buildings, either upon the origina 
plat of South Middleport or Stanley's addition thereto, a 
shown upon the records of said plats, in the recorder's offic 
of said county, and it is hereby made their duty, forthwitl 
as soon as practicable, to procure or erect suitable publi 
buildings for the public offices of said county, and for hole 
ing the county and circuit courts of said county, in sai 
town of South Middleport or Stanley's addition thereto 
and when such arrangements have been made, the record 
and offices of said county shall be removed to said place 
and the county and circuit courts shall be held at that place 

Notice of election § 6. Public noticc of Said election shall be given by th 
county clerk, in two newspapers printed at Middleport, i 
said county ; and the town clerks of the several towns sha 
cause a copy of said notice to be posted up in three of th 
most public places in each town, at least twenty days prev 
ous to the holding of said election ; and said notice sha ■. 
state that the election is called for the purpose of removin 
the county seat of said county to the town of South Middl 



JACKSON COUNTY. 53 

iport ; but notice of said election may be published and put 
up by any citizen of said county in said several towns, as 
rit'oresaid, and, if actually posted up, shall be deemed legal 
and sufficient notice of said election : Provided, also, that 
tiie refusal of any publisher of any paper in said county to 
publish said notice shall not render said election invalid. 

§ T. All acts or parts of actf , which conflict with this 
act, are hereby repealed. 

Approved February 11, 1863, 



W ACT to authorize the Countj Court of Jackson County to issue County In force February 

Bouds. ^^' ^^^^• 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the 
county court of Jackson county be and is hereby authorized Jackson county 

^ 1,1 • 1 J. may borrow 

and empowered to borrow money, m one or more loans, not money. 
exceeding fifteen thousand dollars in all ; to be expended, 
under and by the direction of said county court, in building 
a jail in said county. And said county court is hereby 
authorized to issue bonds of said county for such sums and 
]iayable in such times and places as said county court may 
designate ; which bonds shall bear interest not exceeding 
'ten per cent, per annum, to be paid half yearly. And said 
bonds shall be signed by the county court judges and coun- 
tersigned by the county clerk of said county, with the seal 
of said county annexed. And said bonds, so executed, shall 
be disposed of by said county court, and shall be obligatory 
upon said county. 

■ § 2. And he it further enacted, That the county court of ';°^J^"^"' *p"'*^ 
said county shall levy and collect a special tax on all real and 

'personal estate situated in said county, not to exceed two 
' mills on the dollar, to be collected in good current money ; 

■ which shall be applied to the payment of the interest accru- 
:ing on the said county bonds of said Jackson county. And 
' the excess of said special tax, if any shall accrue after pay- 
ing the interest of said bonds, shall be applied as a sinking 

'fund to extinguish the principal of said bonds. 

§ 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and 
; after its passage. 

Approved February 20, 1863. 



54 JUSTICES or the peace — knox county. 

^° 'iTlses'^"^** '^^ "^^-^ *° extend the jurisdiction of Justices of the Peace. 

Section 1. J^e it enacted by the jpeojple of the State of 

Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That the : 

juriBdiction of iurisdiction of lustices of the peace in this State, except in! 

juaticea of the -i i. j i. j -i.- ^ j • ■ \.\ • • \ 

peace. incorporated towns and cities, and cases arising therein, isi 

hereby extended to all cases of misdemeanor, where the 
party convicted is subject only to a fine not exceeding one 
hundred dollars. 

^howcomme^ed § 2. Procccdings uudcr this act shall be commenced and 
conducted in the same manner which is provided for cases 
of assaults and assaults and batteries, and appeals may be 
taken by persons convicted under this act, by entering into 
bond, before the justice of the peace or clerk of the circuifc 
court, within twenty days from conviction ; and appeal 
bonds may be perfected, if necessary, as provided in an act 
in relation to appeals from justice of the peace, approved 
February 9, 1853. 

Approved June 13, 1863. 



In force February _^N ACT to enable the people of the County of Knox to remove their County 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 

Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That whenever 

Tou on remorai a majority of the whole board of supervisors of the county 

of county Beat. ^^ Kuox shall dccm it expedient to do so, they shall have 

power to order an election, at which the voters of the county 

may vote for or against the removal of its county seat from 

the city of Knoxville to the city of Galesburg. 

Time of election. § 2. The majority of such board of supervisors, at any 

general term, shall have power t© determine the time of 

such election, and the form of ballot to be used thereat; but 

such election shall be in all other respects conducted under 

the general election laws of this State : Provided, that such 

election shall not be deferred beyond nor held after the 

general election to be held in said county in November, 

A. D. 1864. ^ 

Keturn of eiec- g 2>. If, upou tlic rctum made, in the usual manner, at. 

the ofiice of the county clerk, it shall appear that a majority 

of all the votes cast at said election are in favor of such 

removal, it shall be lawful for said board of supervisors to 

cause such removal to be made, in such manner and upon 

such conditions as they may deem expedient for the interests 

of the county. 

Site for county § 4. For the purposc of carrying out the objects of this 

p?ocure"d'~"''°'^ act the said board of supervisors, or a majority of them, 



LAWRENCE COUNTY. 55 

shall have power to appoint a board of commissioners, and 
to procure such real estate, by purchase or otherwise, as may 
be required for the use of the county ; also, to dispose of the 
present property of the county; and to pay the expenses of 
such removal they shall have power to levy an additional 
annual county tax, to an amount not exceeding twenty cents 
on each one hundred dollars valuation of the property in 
the county, and for a term not exceeding three years, from 
and including the first levy; and may cause such tax to be 
collected in the same manner as other county taxes are. 

§ 5, This act to take effect from and after its passage. 

Approved February 2, 1863. 



AN ACT to provide for the election of a Clerk of the Circuit Court in and 1° ^"it^iqrs"*'^^ 
for the County of Lawrence, and State of Illinois. ' 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ rejyresenied in the General Assembly^ That an elec- 
tion be held in the county of Lawrence, and State of Illinois, Ei«ction to be 
on Tuesday, the 10th day of February, a. d. 1863, for the 
purpose of electing a clerk of the circuit court, in and for 
said county, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of 
Silas J. Stiles. 

§ 2. That, immediately after the receipt of a copy of Not'«« o^ ei«ii<»° 
this act, the sheriff of said county is hereby required to 
post notices of such election in the towns in said county. 

§ 3. That the judges of election in the said several Judgei of election 
townships, in said county, be and they are hereby author- 
ized and required to open poll-books in their respective 
townships, for the election of such clerk ; and in all things 
to conduct and make returns thereof according to the laws 
of this State governing elections for clerks of the circuit 
court. 

§ 4. That the Secretary of State be authorized and DutyofStmtary 
required to transmit, by mail, to the clerk of the county 
court of Lawrence county, Illinois, a certified copy of this 
immediately upon its passage. 

§ 5. That this act take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Approved January 17, 1863. 



56 



LAKE COUNTY — LAWS KBPEALED. 



sors legalized. 



In force February AN ACT to legalize the acts of the Board of Supervisors of Lake County, 
14, looo. g^jjjj ^(j provide for raising money for support of families of Volunteers. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General AsseniMy, That the acts 
Acts oi Bupervi- and doiiigs of the board of supervisors of Lake county, in 
issuing bonds and disposing of the same, to raise money to 
pay a bounty to volunteers mustered into the service of the 
united States, and any taxes or assessments levied or 
authorized to be levied for the purpose of raising money to 
pay said bonds are hereby declared to be legal and valid 
acts ; and said taxes or assessments shall be legal and valid; 
and said bonds, so issued, shall be valid, and remain in full 
force and effect, according to the terms thereof. 

§ 2. That for the support of families of volunteers, raised 
in said county, the board of supervisors are authorized to 
cause a tax to be levied on all property in the county liable 
to taxation in the years 1863 and 1864, of not exceeding 
thirty cents on each one hundred dollars worth of property. 
Said taxes to be levied and collected as other taxes are. 
The fund arising from such taxes shall be appropriated for 
the purposes contemplated in this section, in manner as the 
board of supervisors shall order. 

§ 3. This act to take effect immediately. 

Approved February 14, 1863. 



Tax for support 
of families of 
volunteers. 



In force February 
24, 2863. 



Laws repealed. 



Portions of cer- 
tain laws re 
pealed. 



AN ACT to repeal certain laws therein named. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That an act 
entitled " An act making compensation to the Board of 
Medical Examiners," approved May 1, 1861, and an act 
entitled "An act to prepare the State of Illinois to protect 
its own territory, repel invasion and render efficient and 
prompt assistance to the United States, if demanded," 
approved May 2d, 1861, and an act entitled "An act to 
establish a magazine, to purchase efficient arms for the State 
militia, and for other purposes," approved May 2d, 1861, 
and an act entitled " An act to amend chapter seventy, 
Revised Statutes, entitled ' Militia,' approved May 2d, 1861, 
and an act entitled " An act to provide for the raising of a 
regiment of cavalry," approved May 3d, 1861, also, an act 
entitled " An act to provide for extraordinary expenditures 
in the executive department," approved May 2d, 1861, be 
and the same are hereby repealed. 

§ 2. That an act entitled " An act creating a war fund, 
and to provide for auditing all accounts and disbursements 



mechanics' lien. &7 

arising under the call for volunteers," approved May 2d, 
1861, be and the same is hereby repealed,.except such parts 
thereof, as provide for the levy, assessment and collection of 
a tax and the payment of such bonds as may have been 
issued under the provisions of said act. And the army 
board, in said act provided for, is hereby directed and 
required to deliver all books, vouchers and papers, of every 
description, pertaining to their office, together with the fur- 
niture therein, to the Auditor of Public Accounts, who shall 
carefully preserve the same in his office. 

§ 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and 
after the expiration of ten days from its passage. 

Approved February 14, 1863. 



AX ACT for the better security of Mechanics erecting buildings in the State In force February 

of Illinois. 14, 1863. 

Section 1. £e it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That every 
sub-contractor, mechanic, workman or other person, who 
shall hereafter, in conformity with the terms of the contract 
between the owner of any lot or piece of ground, or his 
agent, and the original contractor, perform any labor or 
furnish any materials in building, altering or repairing any 
house or other building, or in any street or alley, and con- 
nected with such building or appurtenance to any house or 
other building, in the counties of Cook, Alexander, Union, 
Peoria, Williamson, Bureau, Putnam, Marshall, Woodford, 
Pulaski, Edgar, Marion, Franklin, Henry, Fulton and De 
Kalb, in this State, shall have a lien for the value of such Extent of uen. 
labor and materials upon such house or building and appur- 
tenances, and upon the lot of land upon which the same 
stand, to the extent of the right, title and interest at that 
time existing of such owner, in the manner and to the 
extent hereinafter provided ; but the aggregate of all the 
liens authorized by this act to be created shall not exceed 
the price stipulated in the contract between such owner and 
the original contractor to be paid for such improvement ; 
and nothing in this act contained shall oblige such owner to 
pay a greater sum for or on account of such house or build- 
ing than the price or sum agreed and stipulated to be paid 
in and by such contract. 

§ 2. The person performing such labor or furnishing Kiing of specific 
such materials shall cause to be drawn up specifications of 
the work by him contracted to be performed or materials. to 
be furnished, and stating the price or prices agreed to be 
paid therefor, and shall file them ; or, if there be a contract 
—6 



58 mechanics' lien. 

ill writing, a true copy thereof, in the office of the clerk of 
the circnit court of the county wherein the said house or 
other building is situated, and serve notice of such filing on 
such owner or his agent, within twenty days after making 
of such contract or commencing the performing of such 
labor or the furnishing of said materials. Said clerk shall 
provide a book, which shall be called the "Mechanics' and 
Laborers' Lien Docket,^' in which he shall enter, alphabeti- 
cally, the names of the owners, and opposite to them the 
names of the contractors or laborers, or other persons claim- 
ing a lien, and the lot or street on which said work is to be 
done, or materials furnished, and the time of hling such 
specifications or copy of such contract; and such clerk shall, 
in each case, receive the sum of twenty-five cents. 

Clerk's fees for § 3. The licu Created by this act shall take effect from 

^^^^- the time of filing the specifications or contract, as provided 

by section two of this act, and the service of the notice of 
the filing thereof in said section provided, and shall continue 
in full force for the period of one year thereafter. 

§ 4. Any person performing such labor or furnishing 
such materials, as mentioned in the preceding sections of 
this act, and claiming a lien therefor by virtue of this act, 
shall, within thirty days after such labor has been per- 
formed or such materials have been furnished, produce and 
deliver to such owner or his said agent a statement, in wri- 

workmen and ting, Signed by himsclf and said contractor, specifying how 
contractor. much is duc to such pcrsou for such labor done or materials 
furnished ; or or in default of so doing shall take the ne- 
cessary legal proceedings against the contractor to procure 
an accounting and settlement of the amount due or owing 
for such labor or materials ; which proceedings may be in- 
stituted in any court having jurisdiction of the amount 
claimed to be due, and shall, in all respects, be conducted 
like other suits at law; and shall serve the owner of said 
premises, or his agent, with a copy of the summons and 
notice of the amount claimed ; and the service of such sum- 
mons and notice shall, during the pendency of said suit, 
be a bar to the recovery by the contractor from the owner 
of the amount claimed in said summons and notice, together 
with interest and costs thereon. And in case such person 

Legal proceed- shall fail to produce and deliver such statement, or take the 
tiicro^r's"^* *'°"' i^scessary legal proceedings to adjudicate and settle such 
claim, within said period of thirty days, to compel such ac- 
counting and settlement between himself and such contrac- 
tor, and serve said owner or his said agent with a copy of 
the summons and notice aforesaid, or shall fail to prosecute 
the proceedings so taken with efllect and without unreasona- 
ble delay to final judgment, he shall forever lose the benefit 
and be precluded of his said lien. The amount of any judg- 
ment which may be recovered by any such person for any 
such labor and materials, or the amount which by their writ- 



MECHAjnCS' LIEJ^". 69 

ten statement, to be signed by them as aforesaid, shall be 
specified to be due to such person from such contractor, 
shall be paid by such owner, or his agent, to such person ; 
and when so paid, shall be deemed to be a payment of such 
amount by the said owner on the contract made with the 
said owner or his said agent. And if such owner, or his 
said agent, shall refuse or neglect to pay such sum, after 
being served with such statement or a transcript of the 
docket of the judgment, for ten days after being requested . 
so to do, then the person owning or holding such statement 
or transcript of such judgment may file in the circuit court 
of the county where the property, building or premises are Petition for order 
situated, his petition against such owner, for an order or ggurt*!^"^** "^ 
decree to sell the said premises, building or property ; which 
said petition shall contain a brief statement of the facts, and 
allege, under the oath of the petitioner — 1st. That the defend- 
ant is the owner of the property, premises or building, or state 
the nature of his interest therein, as near as may be, and 
describing the same. 2d. The nature, as near as may be, of 
the contract between the owner and the original contractor, 
and the kind of buildings and improvements contracted to 
be made. 3d. The nature and amount of work done, or 
materials furnished by the petitioner, and the fact that such 
owner or his agent has been duly served with a copy of the 
statement of the amount due to the petitioner, signed by 
such petitioner and the contractor, or a copy of the tran- 
script of a judgment in favor of such petitioner and against 
such contractor, for such work and labor done or materials 
furnished, and the refusal of such owner or his agent to 
pay the same, as required by the provisions of this act. 
And upon the tiling of such petition, duly verified, the clerk 
of said court shall issue a summons, as now provided by law 
in cases of mechanics' liens, which summons shall be served Service of sum- 
as now provided by law; and said case shall be docketed °^°°** 
and stand for trial, and the same proceedings shall be had in 
respect thereto as are now provided by law in cases of me- 
chanics' liens, 

§ 5. On the trial of said cause, if the court shall be sat- 
isfied that the petitioner has complied with the requirements 
of this act, and taken the necessary steps to perfect his said 
lien, as hereinbefore provided, then said court shall enter Judgment of 
judgment for the amount of said statement, signed as afore- 
said by said petitioner and said contractor, or for the amount 
of the transcript of said judgment in favor of such person 
against said contractor, and decree or order that the same 
be a lien upon the said premises or lot of said owner, to the 
extent hereinbefore provided, and that the same be sold to 
satisfy such judgment, together with the costs of such pro- 
ceedings; and execution may issue on such judgment, and 
costs shall be awarded and taxed, and the same proceedings 



Prior Liens, 



60 mechanics' lien — masters in CHANCEKY. 

be had upon said judgment and the execution issued thereon 
as are now provided by law in cases of mechanics' liens. 

§ 6. Whenever any suit shall be brought by any con- 
tractor, sub-contractor, laborer or person furnishing material, 
as hereinbefore provided, to enforce a lien, as provided by 
this act or by the law of lien^ as it now exists in this State, 
or the contractor shall sue upon the contract, the owner may 
file his petition, as the cause so brought, stating who has liens 
upon the premises \ and the proceedings in said cause shall 
be stayed until all the parties having such liens are brought 
before the court ; and wheii all the parties interested shall be 
brought before the court the court shall cause the rights of 
all the parties to be adjusted and render judgment accord- 
ing to the rights of the parties, and cause the proper division 
of the amount due from the owner to be made ratably 
among said sub-contractors, laborers and persons furnishing 
materials, until they are fully paid (should there be suffi- 
cient due from the owner to pay the same) and the balance, 
if any, to the contractor; and if the owner shall desire to 
have said claims adjusted, he may file his petition in the 
circuit court, stating the facts^ and summon all parties inter- 
ested as contractors, sub-con ti actors, laborers or material-men; 
and upon the hearing therein, the court shall determine the 
amount due from the owner, and the amount due to each of 
the other parties, respectively, and distribute the amount 
due from the owner, as hereinbefore specified. 

The provisions of this act shall apply to the counties 

"the"iaw"in eer^ of Cook, Alexander, Union, Peoria, Williamson, Bureau, 

tain counties, p^.^iiam, Marshall, Woodford, Pulaski, Edgar, Marion, 

Franklin, Henry, Fulton and DeKalb, and to no other part 

of the State ; and this act shall take efiect and be in force 

from and after its passage. 

Approved February 14, 1863. 



Applicatio n of 



In force June 18, -^N ACT in relation to Masters in Chancery. 

1863. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State qf 
Illinois, represented in the General Assemhly, That there 
Amount of fees, ghall bc allowcd to the several masters in chancery in this 
State the same commissions on the amount of all sales di- 
rected to be made under any order or decree of any court of 
record, as is now allowed by law to sheriffs on the sale of 
real or personal estate* 
Official powers § 2. Mastcrs in chancery are hereby authorized to take 
and duties. ^j^^ acknowledgment of deeds and instruments of writing 
for the conveyance of real estate, or any interest therein, in 
this State ; and all such deeds or instruments of writing, ac- 



MASTEKS IN CHANCERY — PENITENTIAKY. 61 

knowledged under the provisions of this act, shall be enti- 
tled to be recorded, and shall have the same force and effect, 
and be received in evidence, in the same manner as if ac- 
knowledged before any justice of the peace or clerk of a 
court of record of this State. 

§ 3. Masters in chancery shall be allowed the sum of ^ees. 
twenty-five cents for taking ackowledgment of deeds and 
other instruments of writing under the provisions of this act. 

§ 4. This act shall take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Approved June 13, 1863. 



AN ACT to make additional provisions for the Penitentiary. In force February 

14, 1S63. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That for the 
purpose of carrying on the work of the new penitentiary, Appropriations. 
according to the plans, specifications and designs heretofore 
adopted by the board of commissioners, and approved by 
the Governor, Auditor of State and Treasurer, there is here- 
by appropriated the sum of one hundred and seventy-seven 
thousand, nine hundred and thirty-five dollars ; and the fur- 
ther sum of one hundred and sixteen thousand, three hund- 
red and eighty-eight dollars, to pay contractors' accepted 
drafts. 

§ 2. The money hereby appropriated, to be drawn and ^lannerofexpen^ 
disbursed in the manner prescribed by an act entitled "An 
act to locate and build an additional penitentiary," approved 
February 19, 1857 ; and the commissioners are hereby re- commissioners to 
quired to make contracts for such portions of the unfinished ^^"^^ contracts, 
work, fixtures, machinery, furniture, etc., as they deem most 
necessary for immediate use, and in such manner as in their 
judgment will best promote the interest of the State. 

§ 3. The further sum of twelve thousand nine hundred Further appro- 
and eighty dollars and seventy-five cents is hereby appro- uling^Vc^, %°o 
priated to Casey & Hendricks, for cash and clothing fur- '=°''^'<='^- 
nished discharged convicts, burying convicts, stationery fur- 
nished convicts, and expenses in searching for and retaking 
escaped convicts. 

§ 4. This act shall take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Approved February 14, 1863. 



62 



PENITENTIARY. 



In force February 
14, 1863. 



Length of lease. 



Cofiditions 
lease. 



Bond of lessee. 



Lessee to be war- 
dee. 



Police and man- 
agement. 



AN ACT to lease the Penitentiary. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the peni- 
tentiary ot the State of Illinois, located near Joliet, in the 
county of Will, in said State, and the labor of the convicts 
now or hereafter to be coniined therein, shall be and the 
same are hereby leased to James M. Pitman, of the county 
of Adams, in said State, upon the following terms and con- 
ditions, to- wit: 

The said lease hereby authorized and granted shall take 
effect, and the term thereof commence, from and after the 
the 10th day of June, a. d. 1863, and shall continue to the said 
James M. Pitman, his executors, administrators and assigns, 
for the period of six years, from the commencement of the 
same, and until the 10th day of June, a. d. 1869, unless 
sooner avoided for reasons specitied in this act. 

§ 2. In consideration of said lease, the said lessee shall 
furnish, at his own expense, the necessary guard, shall feed 
and clothe the convicts, and furnish all necessary beds and 
beddings for the cells, and shall save and keep the State 
harmless and free from all expense by reason of any of the 
items specified in this section. 

§ 3. The said lessee shall enter into bond, conditioned to 
abide and comply with all the provisions of this act, so far 
as the same apply to the duties and obligations ot said les- 
see ; which bond shall be made to the people of the State 
of Illinois, in the penal sum of twenty thousand dollars, 
with good and sufficient securities, to be approved by the 
Governor; which said bond shall be executed within 30 
days after the passage of this act, and shall be tiled with the 
Secretary of State, and shall be renewed every two years, if 
in the opinion of the Governor the securities therein Jdc- 
come insufticient, with such securities as the Governor for 
the time being shall approve. 

§ 4:. The said James M. Pitman shall, by virtue of this 
act, be warden of the said penitentiary ; shall take an oath, 
possess all the rights and powers, and perform all the duties 
of warden of said penitentiary ; and all the powers and au- 
thority conferred on the warden of the penitentiary by the 
act of the General Assembly of this State, approved March 
1st, 184:5, in relation to the discipline and government of 
the penitentiary shall be and are hereby conferred upon the 
said warden and his successors, subject only to a general 
supervision of the board of commissioners of the peniten- 
tiary. 

§ 5. All laws not coming within the purview of this act, 
respecting the police and management of said penitentiary, 
and suchother laws, not inconsistent with with the terms of 
this lease, as the Legislature may from time to time enact 



PENITENTIAKY. 63 

and provide for the welfare and reformation of tlie said con- 
victs, shall be in force and blndinp; upon said warden. 

§ 6. That in case the said James M. Pitman, lessee of 
said penitentiary nnder and by virtue of this act, shall in 
any wise fail to perform the conditions of this contract, the 
commissioners of the penitentiary, by and with the consent 
and advice of the Governor of the State, may again lease 
said penitentiary or manage and control the same until the 
next session of the General Assembly. 

§ 7. This act shall take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Appkoved February 14, 1863. 



AN ACT for the gOTernment and discipline of the Illinois State Penitentiarv. In force Febmasy 

20, 1863. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ rejpresented in the General Assembly, That hereafter 
it shall be the duty ot the warden of the penitentiary to warden to keep 
keep a book, in which shall be entered a record of every ^ ''°°'^' 
infraction of the published rules of discipline, with the name 
of the convict so guilty, and the punishment inflicted there- 
for. And every convict who may have been sentenced for 
a term of years, who shall, at the end of each month, have 
no intraction of the discipline so recorded against him, shall, 
for the first month, be entitled to a diminution of one day 
from the time he was sentenced to the penitentiary; and if, 
at the end of the next month no infraction of the discipline 
is recorded against him, he shall be entitled to two addition- 
al days' diminution from his sentence ; and if at the end of 
the third month, no infraction of the discipline is recorded 
against him, he shall be entitled to three additional days' di- 
minution from his sentence; and for each subsequent month 
he shall so continue in his good behavior, he shall be enti- 
tled to five days' diminution of time from his sentence ; and 
if any convict shall so pass the whole time of his sentence, 
he shall be entitled to a certificate thereof from the warden, 
and upon presentation thereof to the Governor he shall be ^s°tored\°o'' cm- 
entitled to a certificate of restoration to all his rights of citi- zenswp. 
zenship, which may have been forfeited by his conviction ; 
which certificate shall be taken as evidence of the fact in all 
courts of record and elsewhere, as evidence of his restora- 
tion ; and it shall be the duty of the warden to discharge 
such convict from the penitentiary when he shall have serv- 
ed the time of his sentence, less the number of days he may 
be entitled to have deducted therefrom, in the same manner 
as if no such deduction had been made : Provided, that if 
such convict shall be guilty of the violation of the published 



64: PUBLIC LANDS — PBOEIA COrNTT. 

rules of the prison, after he shall, as provided in this section, 
have become entitled to a diminution of his term of service 
to which he has been sentenced, shall forfeit all the rights he 
has acquired under this act. It shall be the duty of the 
warden to make known to the convicts now in the peniten- 
tiary, and those who may hereafter be received, the provi- 
sions of this act. 
Pen'ity for assist- § g. If any officcr Or Other person procure the escape of 

ing escape o* " ' . «' . f , -i^ , . . , ^ 

convicts. any convict, or connive at, or aid, conceal, or assist m the es- 

cape of any convict from the penitentiary, or conceal or as- 
sist any convict after they have escaped, he or they shall, 
upon conviction thereof in any court of competent jurisdic- 
tion, be sentenced to hard labor in the penitentiary for any 
term, not less than two nor more than live years. 

§ 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Approved February 20, 1863. 



1 



In force April 14, AN ACT accepting the donation of Public Lands from Congress, approved 
1363- July 2d, 18G2. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That the act 
Act of Congress passcd by the Congress of the United States, donating pub- 
accepted. |-^ lauds to the Several states and territories which may pro- 

vide colleges for the benefit of agriculture and the mechanic 
arts, approved July 2, 1862, be and the provisions therein 
contained, accepted by this State. 
Secretary State § 2. Be it fuvther euacted^ That the Secretary of this 
taryoTtotwbr' State infomi the Secretary of the Interior, at Washington, 
that the State of Illinois, through their Legislature, has ac- 
cepted the donation in said act. 
Appkoved February 14, 1863. 



In force February ^'^ ACT to divide the Town of Peoria, in the County of Peoria, into Elec- 
^^> ^®*'^' tion Precincts. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represe:. ted in the General Assembly^ That all gen- 
eral and special elections to be held in the town of Peoria, 
shall hereafter be held in the several wards of the city of 
Peoria, and the returns of said elections shall be made to 
the clerk of the county court of Peoria county, as is now 
provided by law. 



PRACTICE. 65 

§ 2. The places of holding said elections in all and each 
of said wards, and the judges of said elections shall be ap- 
pointed bj the supervisors of said town of Peoria. 

§ 3, Provided, this law shall not apply to the city elec- Appointment or 
tions in said city of Peoria for city officers, and that all laws uo^n.^^ °^ ^'*'^" 
and parts of laws inconsistent with this act are hereby re- 
pealed. 

§ 4:. This act to be in force from and after its passage^. 

Approved February 21st, 1863.. 



AN ACT to regulate Pfactice in the Courts of the County of Kane and State Iti force Pebrua- 

of Illinois. ' "-y. 14. 1863. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That before 
any suit shall be commenced or docketed in the circuit court, 
in and for the county of Kane, or in the court of common 
pleas of the city of Aurora, or in the court of common pleas 
of the city of Elgin, and before any appeal or change of 
venue suit shall be taken to or docketed in either of said 
courts, and before any motion to- vacate or set aside any 
judgment entered upon cognovit or confession shall be made 
or docketed in either of said courts, the sum of three dollars Docketfee. 
shall be deposited with the clerk of the court in which the 
suit shall be commenced, appeal or change of venue taken, 
or motion made, to be by him paid into the county treasury 
of said Kane county, as a fund for the payment of jurors' 
fees ; which sum of five dollars shall be taxed as costs 
against the unsuccessful party : Provided, that no deposit 
shall be i equired in case of judgment entered upon cognovit 
or confession in either of said courts. 

§ 2. That judgment by confession may be entered in Judgment by 
the said circuit court, in and for said Kane county, at any 
time in vacation, before the clerk, by filing the proper pa- 
pers with the clerk; and such judgment shall have the same 
force and effect, from the time of entry, as if entered in term 
time. 

§ 3. The first week of each and every term of the said 
circuit court, and of the said court of common pleas of the 
city of Aurora, and the first three days of each and every 
term of the said court of common pleas of the city of Elgin 
shall be employed in disposing of motions, demurs, and all 
other business that can be disposed of without a jury. 

§ 4. There shall be no petit jurors summoned to attend Petit juries, 
the said circuit court or the court of common pleas of the 
city of Aurora for the first week of any term thereof, nor 
for the first three days of any term of the said court of com- 
mon pleas of the city of Elgin. 
—7 



66 PBACTICE BELIEF. 

§ 5. Parties wishing to prosecute a suit as poor persons, 
shall be examined under oatii by the clerk of said court, and 
if it shall appear to such clerk that the case falls within the 
act now in force in relation to the right of poor persons to 
sue, then the clerk shall allow each such persons to commence 
'^ons to^sul^"' suit without the deposit of the sum mentioned in section 

first of this act. 
Judge's pay. § ^- The compcusatiou of the county judge of said coun- 

ty of Kane shall be audited and allowed by the board of 
supervisors of said county, as provided by this act. 

§ 7. The county judge shall proceed, at the opening of 
. the county court, at the commencement of each term, to 
dispose of all business before him, as rapidly and diligently 
as possible, and shall not be allowed to consume any more 
time than is absolutely necessary to dispose of the business 
before him. The county judge shall make out and return to 
the board of supervisors of said county of Kane, at the reg- 
ailar annual session, or at any special session, a statement 
of the number of days he has held court during the year, 
^udge^^ "^ ^^^ stating the number of days at each term, which shall be ver- 
ified by his afiidavit, setting forth that such statement is true 
and correct, and that no more time is charged in said state- 
ment than was actually necessary to dispose of the business 
before him at each term, and that he did at each term pro- 
ceed to dispose of all business before him as rapidly and 
diligently as possible. 

§ 8. The board of supervisors, being satisfied that such 
statement of time is correct, shall audit the account and 
cause an order to be drawn on the county treasurer for the 
amount thereof. 

§ 9. ISTo money shall be drawn from the treasury of 
Kane county excepting on jury certificates and by order of 
the board of supervisors of said county. 

§ 10. This act shall be deem.ed a public act and take ef- 
fect and be in force from and after its passage. 

Appkoved February 14, 1863. 



In force February AN ACT to provide for the relief of certain persons therein named. 
12, 1863. 

Preamble. "Whereas a judgment in favor of the State of Illinois, was, 
at the January term, 1861, of the supreme court of said 
State, in the 2d grand division thereof, at Springfield, 
recorded against Charles H. Bowman, late collector of the 
county of Jersey, and the securities on his official bond, 
as such collector aforesaid, for the sum of six thousand 
four hundred and fifty-three dollars and forty cents and 



RELIEF. 6Y 

costs of suit; and whereas said default was occasioned by 
no fault or neglect of said collector, but by reason of the 
failure of a person with whom the revenue was deposited, 
to pay the sum so deposited by such collector ; and where- 
as said collector has paid on said judgment one-third there- 
of; therefore, 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
JUi7iois, represented in the General Assembly ^ That if on or 
before the first day of March, a. d. 1863, the said Charles ^s^^Z^luxlli 
H. Bowman shall pay or cause to be paid into the treasury isfaction of judg- 
of the State of Illinois the sum of one thousand dollars, in nXwman! 
the treasury notes of the United States, and shall pay all 
costs which have accrued in said suit, the Auditor of the 
State shall be authorized, and he is hereby required, to enter 
satisfaction of said judgment ; and if during the life of said 
Charles H. Bowman, the defaulting banker with whom said 
revenue was deposited shall become solvent, the said judg- 
ment shall be renewed. 

§ 2. This act shall take efiect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 
Appkoved February 12, 1863, 



AN ACT to provide for the relief of the person therein named. In force February 1 

18, 1863. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That whereas 
on the twenty-fifth day of April, a. d. 1862, the people of 
the State of Illinois, in the circuit court of Sangamon coun- 
ty, Illinois, recovered a judgment against William S. Gray, 
Charles F. Taggart, John S. Emmert, and John Burrell — 
the said William S. Gray then and there being treasurer of 
Stephenson county, Illinois — for the sum of fifty thousand 
dollars debt and sixteen thousand six hundred and sixty-five 
dollars seventy-nine cents damages, and which debt was to be 
discharged upon the payment of the damages ; and it is also 
appeanng that seven hundred and forty -five dollars and fifty- 
eight cents of said judgment is for interest, and that pre- 
vious to the rendition of said judgment the said Gray had 
forwarded to the Auditor of the State of Illinois, by express, 
the full amount due the State of Illinois from him the said 
William S. Gray, and which sum of money was in the State 
treasury previous to the rendition of said judgment ; and 
whereas, by the oversight of the said Gray in making said 
package of money as having been received from him, the 
said treasurer did not credit said money to said Gray until 
after the rendition of said judgment ; therefore, 



KELIEF. 



II. s. Gray and ^^ ^^ enacted, That the said "William S. Gray and his sure- 
eureties released ties are hereby released from the payment of said judgment : 
>rf aju^ment" Provided, said amount of said judgment has been paid up, 
with the exceptionof said sum of seven hundred and forty-five 
dollars and lifty-eight cents, and interest thereon, meaning 
and intending hereby to release said William S. Gray from 
the payment of said sum of seven hundred forty-five dollars 
and fifty-eight cents and interest: And p7'omded, further, that 
the said Gray shall within ninety days from the passage of 
this act pay all costs which have accrued in said cause. 

§ 2. This act shall take efiect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 
, Approved February 13, 1863, 



a force April 12, A BILL for An act for the relief of John G. Offner. 

1868. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 

Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That whenever 

forernortoi88ue John G. OfFuer, his heirs and assigns, shall execute a good 

Dew certificate , ,,. • i i • i l- ^ i i ii 

Eoj.a. Offner. and sutncient bond, m the sum ot two thousand dollars, pay- 
able to the State of Illinois, with such securities as shall be 
j approved by the Governor and Secretary, and conditioned 

I for the full indemnity of the State against the production, 

payment, orliability, in any manner whatsoever, by reason of 
a certain one thousand dollar certificate of the State of Illi- 
nois new internal improvement stock. No. 2671, (describing 
in said indemnity bond, to the satisfaction of the Governor, 
the said certificate No. 2671,) and file the said bond in the 
office of the Secretary of State, the Governor be, and he is 
hereby authorized and required to issue a new certificate, 

which shall express upon its face "Certificate No. , for 

one thousand dollar certificate of the State of Illinois, new 
internal improvement stock, No. 2671, issued to John G. 
Oflher, July 1st, a. d. 1847, and lost on or about the 2d day 
of July, A. D. 1862 ;" which said certificate shall be of the 
same force and efiect of the said certificate heretofore issued 
as aforesaid to the said John G. Ofi'ner; and entitle the 
holder thereof to the same rights, privileges and payments, 
in all respects whatever, as though he were the holder of the 
original certificate. 

Appkoved February 12, 1863. 



KE VENUE — REPLEVIN. 



6^ 



AN ACT to postpone the collection of the revenue for the year 1862, in Info'cePebruarj 
counties therein named. -^ » ■'*^* i 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of ' 

Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly, That in the 
counties of LaSalle, Cook, (excepting the towns of South ^"**i^'*"*e°eMarii 
Chicago, West Chicago and JSTorth Chicago,) Kendall, San- counties po8»- 
gamon, McLean, Hancock, "Will, Fulton, DeWitt, Shelby, 
Warren, Putnam, Adams, Rock Island, Livingston, Wood- 
ford, Iroquois, Ford, Peoria and Yermilion, in this State, the 
time for the return, by the township collectors, of the war- 
rants issued for the collection of taxes for tiie year eighteen 
hundred and sixty-two, is hereby extended until the twen- 
tieth day of March next ; and until said twentieth day of 
March township collectors shall possess all the powers to 
enforce the payments and collection of taxes which they 
might or could exercise before the return day of their re- 
spective warrants by the laws in force at the time said war- 
rants issued. And in all such counties the county treasurer 
shall appl}'' for judgments against delinquent lands at the 
June term of the county courts of their respective counties ; 
and the publication of notices and forms of proceeding in 
relation to the obtaining of such judgments, and the sale of 
lands in pursuance thereof, shall be, in all respects, the same, 
except as the change of time above provided for, as now re- 
quired by law ; and county treasurers, in said counties shall 
make final settlement with the Auditor, as now required by 
law. 

§ 2. That all laws and parts of laws in conflict with the 
foregoing section are hereby repealed. 

§ 3. This act shall be in force from and after its passage. 

Approved February 12, 1863. 



AN ACT relating to actions of replevin before Justices of the Peace. In force February 

la, 1803. 

Section 1. Beit enacted hy the People of the State of ' 

Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That hereafter, \ 

in case a writ of replevin issued by a justice of the peace i 

shall be returned served on the defendant or defendants by 
reading, but not by delivering the property described in 
such writ to the plaintiif, the said plaintiff may convert his 
action of replevin into an action of trover, and on sufficient 
proof may obtain in such action a judgment for the value 
of the property described in such writ; and on such judg- 



70 REVISED STATUTES. 

ment such proceedings may be had as in other cases of 

trover. 

§ 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and 
I after its passage. 

! Appkoved February 12. 1863. 



In force February ^N ACT to amend Chapter XXX of the Revised Statutes, entitled "Criiri- 
18, 1862. ual Jurisprudence." 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, If any person 
shall, by threat, intimidation or otherwise, seek to prevent 
any other person from working at any lawful business on 
any terms that he may see fit, such person so offending 
shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and, on convic- 
tion thereof, shall be fined in any sum not exceeding one 
hundred dollars. 
Combining to § 2. If auy two or more persons shall combine for the 
preyentempioy- purpose of depriving the owner or possessor of property of 
^ r m a or- ,^^ jg^^f^^j ^gg ^^^^ management, or of preventing, by threats, 
suggestions of danger or other means, any person or persons 
from being employed by such owner or possessor of property, 
on such terms as the parties concerned may agree upon, 
such persons, so offending, shall be deemed guilty of a 
misdemeanor, and, on conviction thereof, shall be fined in 
any sum not exceeding five hundred dollars, or imprisoned 
in the county jail not exceeding six months. 
Entering into § 3- ^^ ^^J persou shall enter the coal banks of another, 
coal banks for without the cxpresscd or implied consent of the owner or 
ua^aw purpo- .^^^^^^^ thereof, after notice that such entry is prohibited, 
such person shall, on conviction thereof, be fined, in the 
discretion of the court, in any sum not exceeding five hun- 
dred dollars, or imprisoned in the county jail not more than 
six months. 

§ 4. If any person shall enter the coal banks of another, 
with intent to commit any injury thereto, or by means of 
; threats, intimidations, or other riotous or unlawful proceed- 

I ings, to cause or induce any person employed therein to 

leave his employment, such person shall be deemed guilty 
I of a misdemeanor, and, on conviction thereof, shall be sub- 

ject to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars, or impris- 
oned in the county jail not exceeding six months, or both. 
§ 5. This act to take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Approved February 13, 1863. 



REVISED STATUTES. 71 

AN ACT to amend the chapter Sixty-five of the Revised Statutes of 1845, In force Fehruat v 
entitled "Liens" U, l8bo. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ rejpresefivted in the General Assembly^ That wlien 
any person or persons shall furnish lab(>r or materials for 
erecting or repairing any building or superstructure, or the 
appurtenances thereof, in accordance with the existing lien 
laws of this State, or any that may be enacted during the 
present session of the General Assembly, and such build- 
ing, superstructure or appurtenance shall extend over and 
beyond the line of the lot upon which the main building or 
superstructure is erected, or shall furnish materials or per- 
form any labor outside of the lot line subject to be ordered 
by any incorporated city within this State, such person or 
persons shall have a lien upon said lot in the manner provi- 
ded by the existing statutes for the amount due for such 
labor or materials. 

§ 2. This act to be in force from and after its passage. 

Approved February 14, 1863. 



AN ACT to amend chapter twenty-five, division three, of the Revised Stat- In force February 
utes of 1845, entitled "Religious Societies." 2'^> ^^^^• 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the above 
recited chapter of the Revised Statutes of 1845, entitled, 
"Religious Societies," be and the same is hereby so amended 
that the provisions of the same extend to members of socie- 
ties heretofore or hereafter to be formed for the purpose of 
establishing and maintaining private schools for religious 
purposes. 

§ 2. This act shall not be so construed as conferring 
privileges or any benefits to such societies under the school 
law of this State. 

§ 3. This act shall be deemed a public act, and shall be 
in force from and after its passage. 

Approved February 20, 1863. 



72 REVISED STATUTES. 

In force February AN ACT to amend chapter forty of the Revised Statutes, entitled "Evidence 



21. 1863. 



and Depositions." 



Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That upon it 
Depositions of appearing by affidavit filed in any court in this State in 
be'taken.^"^ *° which any cause is pending, that any person engaged in the 
military or naval service of this State, or of the United 
States, is out of this State, and is [a] material witness in such 
cause, it shall [be] lawful to take the deposition of such wit- 
ness or witnesses wherever they may be, before any com- 
missioned officer in the military or naval service of this 
State or of the United States. 
Dedimus may is- § 2. That a dediwALs protestatuin or commission may is- 
*"^' sue out of the court where any such suit is pending, upon 

such affidavit being filed, and the filing of interrogatories to 
be propounded to such witness or witnesses, and ten days 
previous notice, together with a copy of the interrogatories 
to be filed by the party taking such deposition, being given 
to the opposite party ; such dedimus or commission to be 
directed " to any commissioned officer engaged in the mili- 
tary or naval service of this State or of the United States ;" 
by virtue of which dedimus or commission it shall be lawful 
for any such officer receiving such dedimus or commission 
to take the deposition of the witnesses therein named, and 
certify the same, together with the dedimus or commission 
and interrogatories accompanying the same, to the court out 
of which the same was issued ; which said certificate shall 
be 'prima facie evidence of the truth thereof, and of the offi- 
cial character of the person taking the same. 
Deposition to be § 3. That cvcry deposition Tk\hich shall be taken and re- 
evidence. tumcd accoi'diug to the provisions of this act, to which this 

is an amendment, except where it is otherwise provided 
herein, may be read as good and competent evidence in the 
cause in which it shall be taken, as if such witness had been 
present and examined by parol in open court on the hear- 
ing or trial thereof. 

§ 4. This act shall be in force and take effect from and 
after its passage. 

Approved February 21, 1863. 



In force February ^ BILL for An act to amend chapter LIX of the Revised Statutes of 1845. 
21,1863. ^ 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That whenever 
the terra of office for which any justice of the peace or police 
magistrate of this State may have been elected shall expire, 



REVISED STATUTES. 73 

it shall be the duty of such officer to deliver o%"er his docket, "^^fj"^ docklt^ 
statutes and all papers relating to the business transacted and papers u> 
before him, to his successor in office, upon demand, after ^'^'"^^^^'"■• 
such successor shall have been qualified according to law ; 
whose duty it shall be to proceed to the completion of all 
unfinished business, to issue executions upon judgments re- 
maining unsatisfied upon such docket, and to collect the 
same, and have the same power in respect to such docket 
and papers as if the same pertained to proceedings origi- 
nally instituted before him. 

§ 2. Any justice of the peace or police magistrate failing P"°'8hment. 
or refusing to deliver any statute, books, dockets or papers 
to his successor in office for the space of ten days after the 
same are demanded by his qualified successor, shall forfeit 
and pay a sum not less than ten nor more than one hun- 
dred dollars, to be recovered by an action of debt, in the 
name of the county, for the benefit thereof; also beiT>g, to- 
gether with his securities in his official bond, liable to all 
persons interested for all damages and losses which may be 
sustained by reason of such failure or refusal. 

§ 3. Upon the application of any person who shall be 
elected to the office of justice of the peace or police magis- 
trate, in any town or precinct in this State, to the county 
clerk, to become qualified to hold said office, by filing his 
bond, according to law, it shall be the duty of said clerk to 
determine who such justice of the peace or police magistrate 
shall succeed in office in the town or precinct where he was 
elected, and enter his name upon the list of justices of the 
peace that is required by law to be kept, as such successor, 
and shall draw an order upon the justice of the peace or 
police magistrate whose term of office shall have expired, to 
deliver over all books and papers, as required by this act, 
to such successor in office : Provided^ that whenever any 
person shall be re-elected to said office, he shall be his own 
successor. 

§ 4:. This act shall take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Approved February 21, 1863. 



AN ACT to amend chapter LIX of the Revised Statutes, entitled In force Pebnxary 
" Justices of the Peace and Constables." ^^' ^^^• 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, In any suit 
hereafter instituted before a justice of the peace against two 
or more defendants, when the return of the constable shall 
show that the process was served on one or more, but not 



74: KEVISED STATUTES. 

on all of the defendants, the plaintiff or plaintiffs shall be at 
liberty to proceed to trial and judgment in the same man- 
ner as if all the defendants were in court ; and any judg- 
ment, so obtained, shall be valid against the defendant or 
defendants on whom process may have been served, and 
execution may issue on such judgments against such defen- 
dant or defendants, without service on the other joint de- 
fendants. If such execution be returned not satisfied by 
the officer having the same in charge, the justice of the 
peace shall, on the written application of the plaintiff or 
scieri facias to plaintiffs, issue another summons, in the nature of a scieri 

issue in certain K. , '. ^ -\ o -\ nf>i ^ • i 

cases. jaciis^ agamst the defendant or defendants not served with 

original process, as aforesaid, to cause him, her or them to 
appear before said justice of the peace, at some stated time, 
not less than five nor more than fifteen days from the date 
of such scieri facias^ to show cause why he, she or they 
should not be made a party to said judgment. And the 
justice of the peace shall, on return showing service of such 
scieri facias^ at least three days previous to the time fixed 
for hearing the same, proceed to hear and determine the 
matter in the same manner as if such defendant or defen- 
dants had been originally served with process : Provided^ 
such proceedings shall be subject to the rules now existing 
relating to continuances, oaths of opposite party, evidence, 
etc., in such courts. 
Credit* on judg- § 2. Such defendant or defendants shall, on hearing of 
mentB. BViCh casc, be allowed the benefit of any payment which may 

have been made on the judgment before recovered ; and the 
judgment of the court, if against the defendant or defen- 
dants, shall be that the plaintiff or plaintiffs recover of such 
defendant or defendants, together with the defendant or de- 
fendants in the former judgment, the amount of his, her or 
their debt or damages, as the case may be ; and on such 
judgments execution may issue against all the defendants, 
as in other cases. 

§ 3. The scieri facias provided for in the first section of 
this aet shall be substantially in the following form : 

Porm of scieri fa- STATE OF ILLINOIS, 



IS J 
County, f 



The People of the State of Illinois to any Constable of said County, greeting : 

Whereas A. B. did on the day of , 18. ., recover a judgment 

before the undersigned, one of the justices of the peace of in and for the 

county aforesaid, against C. D., impleaded with E. F., for the sum of , 

as well as costs of suit ; you are, therefore, hereby commanded to summon 
the said E. F. to be and appear before the undersigned at his office, in 

, in said county, on the day of 18.., to show 

cause, if any he have, why he shall not be made a party to said judgment ; 
and make due return hereof, as the law directs. 

Given under my hand and seal this day of 18 . . 

[J.P.] 

§ 4:. The fees for issuing and serving this scieri facias, 



KOAD TAX — STATE DEBT — KEPORTER OF SUPREME COURT. 75 

hereinbefore provided for, shall be the same as for issuing 
and serving the original summons in the case. 

§ 5. This act shall be in force from and after its passage. 

Approved February 21, 1863. 



AN ACT to amend chapter 11 of the Revised Statutes, approved March 3d, ^"^^^fl^^™^ 

1845. • 

Section 1. £e if enacted iy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That said act 
shall extend to the digging or construction of races or chan- 
nels for water, over the lands of other persons than the own- 
ers of such grist or saw mill, or other machinery connected 
with such mills or machinery. 

§ 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Approved February 13, 1863. 



AN ACT in relation to Road Tax. lo'<»"«J!fi'r»*^ 

18, looo. 

[Section 1.] Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the coun- 
ty courts of the several counties in this State, not having a 
township organization, may, at any regular term of such 
courts, fix and cause to be entered of record, the number of 
days now required by law, that persons shall labor upon 
public roads in such counties. 

Approved February 13, 1863. 



AN ACT in relation to the Reports of the Decisions of the Supreme Court. In '°'"i''9Jf°^ ^' 



1863, 



Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of w 

Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the 
term of the office of reporter of the decisions of the supreme ^p^e°me" cov^ 
court, created by the 20th section, of chapter 29, of the Ke- termor office, 
vised Statutes of 1845, shall be hereafter six years; and the 
first appointment under said law, as amended by this act, 
shall be made on the first day of March, a. d. eighteen hun- 
dred and sixty-three ; and new appointments shall be made 
every six years thereafter. 



76 KEPORTER OF SUPREME COURT — STATE DEBT. 



4,1863. 



^t"*continu7*to § ^' "^^^^ present reporter shall continue in office until 
office_mi March the Said fourth day of March, a. d. eighteen hundred and 
sixty-three, unless otherwise ordered by the said court; and 
said reporter shall have the right to publish the decisions oi 
said court that shall have been made up to the said fourth 
of March next, as provided by law. 
Volume of re- g 3. The reports hereafter published shall be in size 
equal to the 26th volume of Illinois Reports, and equal in 
quality to Beecher's edition of Breese's Reports, and be fur- 
nished at a price not exceeding four dollars per volume. 

§ 4. This act shall take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Approved June 1, 1863. 



surer. 



In force January AN ACT to amend the act entitled "An act in relation to the payment ol 
5, 1863. ^jjg principal and interest of the State debt," approved on the twenty- 

second day of February, eighteen hundred and fifty-nine. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State oj 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That where- 

L«w amended, evcr the word " thirty " occurs in the first section of the act 
to which this is an amendment, the same shall be stricken 
out, and the word " fifteen " shall be inserted and stand in 
the place thereof. 

Expenses of trea- § 2. The expcnscs of the Treasurer, in executing the 
provisions of the act recited in the title hereof, shall be paid 
out of the fund or funds to which they are properly charge- 
able, after a detailed account thereof, showing the items of 
the expenditures, shall have been examined and approved 
by the Governor and Auditor of Public Accounts, and not 
before or otherwise. 

■Hme and place § 3. In exccutiug the provisions of the second section of 

"' ''""^" the act hereby amended, the time and place when and where 
State bonds will be paid shall be agreed on by the Gover- 
nor, Auditor and Treasurer, and the notice required to be 
published by said section, shall conform to such agreement. 

Payments— how §4. Payments for State indebtedness, purchased by the 
'' Governor, under the provisions of existing laws, for the 

time being, shall be made by the Treasurer, at his office, to 
the parties entitled thereto, on the delivery of the evidences 
of such indebtedness, upon warrants of the Auditor ; and 
all laws allowing or authorizing money to be drawn from 
the treasury for the purpose of purchasing State indebted-' 
ness, are liereby repealed. This act to take effect on its; 
passage. 

Approved January 5, 1863. 



of paying bonds. 



made. 



STATE TKUSTEE. 77' 

JLIT ACT to appoint a Trustee for the State of Illinois, for certain purposes, ^"^''^rfg^^"**'^ 

IiVhereas the State of Illinois has large demands ao;ainst Preamble. 

i Joel A. Matteson, secured or partly secured by mortgages 

i on real estate, located in various parts of the State of Illi- 
nois ; and whereas judgment has recently been rendered 
upon said demands, and foreclosure of mortgages has 

• been had, and it beiog necessary for the collection of said 
demands that sale of said real estate, liable to be sold in 
satisfaction of said demands be made ; and whereas, since 
the execution of said mortgages, said lands ha\^e been 
incumbered by sales for taxes, and further tax assessments 
have been made upon said lands; and whereas there is 
nu provision of law authorizing the payment of the money 
to redeem said lands or to pay the taxes that may now or 
may hereafter be assessed against said lands or to pay any 
of the costs or expenses attending the prosecution of said 
suits against said Joel A. Matteson; and whereas, with a 
view of fixing the amount to be bid by the State for said 
lands and each parcel thereof, it is necessary that thorough 
and complete investigation be made, both as to the title 
and value of said lands and each parcel thereof; and 
whereas the State of Illinois is likely to be injured, for 
want of proper authority in any person or officer fully to 

. take charge of and protect the interest of the said State 
in respect to said lands ; and whereas it is desirable to 
subject said property to the satisfaction of said demands 
due the said State aforesaid as is ordered by said decree 
of foreclosure, and it is desirable that some competent 

I person shall be authorized to take charge and control of 
said matter, and to act for and in behalf of the State of 

■ Illinois; and whereas it is also desirable that proper care 
and attention be bestowed upon said property, in the event 
of its purchase by the Stale; and in the event that the 
State shall ultimately become the owner of said property, 
that disposition be made thereof, for the benefit of the 
State ; therefore. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 

linois, represented in the General Assembly^ That Alexan- 

T Starne, (and in case ot his death, the Treasurer of the state trustee ap- 

ate of Illinois,) be appointed a trustee for the State of Illi- p""*'*^- 

)i8, for the following purposes : Upon the passage of this 

t the said trustee shall at once proceed to make a thorough 

d complete investigation of the title and value of all the 

nds in said decree of fureclosue described, and make and 

]:eserve complete and perfect abstracts thereof, and attend 

1;e sale of said lands to be made in pursuance of the said 

'icree aforesaid, and bid, with the concurrence of the Audi- 

ir of State, such sums for each parcel of said land in said 

' cree described as, in their judgment, shall be for the best 



78- 



STATE TRUSTEE. 



Duties of. 



ForUier duties. 



interest of tlie said State of Illinois; and that said trustee 
take from the master in chancery making said sale, certifi- 
cates of purchase to him, as trustee for the State of Illinois, 
for all such lands as may be purchased by him ; and in case 
the same shall not be redeemed, as provided by law, the said 
trustee is hereby authorized to receive conveyances therefor; 
and that all said lands, so conveyed to him, shall be by him 
held in trust for the said State of Illinois ; and he is hereby 
authorized and required to receive and take the possession 
thereof and the rents, issues and profits arising therefrom. 

§ 2. That by and with the concurrence and advice of 
the Auditor of the State of Illinois, said trustee is hereby 
authorized to lease, rent or sell said premises, or any por- 
tion thereof, and in his name, as trustee aforesaid, make and 
execute leases and conveyances therefor; said leases and 
conveyances to be approved, in writing, by the said Auditor 
of the State of Illi'nois ; and no sale of any part of said 
premises shall be made or conveyances excuted for a lessj 
sum than shall have been bid by said trustee therefor. 

§ 3. That upon making said sale, it shall be the duty of 
the master in chancery to pay all moneys derived there- 
from, belonging to the State of Illinois, to said trustee, who 
is hereby authorized to receive the same ; and out of the 
proceeds of said sale said trustee shall pay to Logan, Hay 
& Cullom a reasonable attorney's fee for their services in 
obtaining said judgment and decree, the amount of such' 
fee to be fixed and agreed upon by the said trustee, the Au- 
ditor of the State of Illinois and said Logan, Kay & Cul- 
lom. 

§ 4. That it shall be the duty of said trustee to ascer- 
tain the amount of redemption money and taxes due upon 
said lands in said decree described; and whenever it shall 
be deemed necessary by said trustee, for the protection of 
the interests of the State of Illinois, to redeem said lands or 
any part thereof from tax sales, or to pay any taxes that 
may be assessed against said lands, or any part thereof, said 
trustee shall file a certificate, stating the amount' necessary i 
to redeem or pay taxes assessed, with the Auditor of the 
State of Illinois ; and, upon the filing of said certificate, 
said Auditor shall draw a warrant in favor of said trustee} 
for the amount of money so certified to be necessary byi 
said trustee, which shall be payable out of any moneys ini 
the treasury not otherwise appropriated by law; and that; 
said trustee, upon the receipt of said warrant, appropriate! 
said money derived therefrom to the redemption of and' 
payment of taxes on said land. 
Dtitieg of Trustee § 5. That iu the cvcut the real estate in said decree of 
o«^^ *° ^^® foreclosure described does not sell for a sufficient amount to 
pay the debt and interest due by said decree and all costs 
of suits, it shall be the duty of said trustee to proceed upon 
the judgment at law to paake the balance remaining due and 



Tmstee to 
deem lands 



STATE TRUSTEE. 79 

unpaid ; and said trustee is hereby required to attend all 
sales of property made under any execution issued upon 
said judgment at law, and to bid such sums for any property, 
real or personal, offered at such sales, as he may deem for 
the best interest of the said State of Illinois, and to receive, 
certificates of purchase for any real estate that may be 
struck off to him at said sale as trustee for the said State 
aforesaid ; and in the event that any such real estate shall 
not be redeemed from any such sale, as provided by law, 
he is to receive conveyances therefor, and is hereby author- 
ized and empowered to lease, rent or sell said real estate, by 
and with the advice and concurrence of the Auditor of the 
State of Illinois, in like manner as is hereinbefore provided; 
and said trustee is hereb}^ authorized and required to receive 
and take possession of said real estate and the rents, issues 
and profits arising therefrom. No proceedings shall be had 
or taken against the sureties on the said bonds until the time 
of redemption expires under the sale of the decree : Frovi- 
ded, that nothing herein contained shall be construed so as 
to stay proceedings against said Matteson. 

§ 6. That said trustee shall reserve out of the proceeds to reserve three 
of said sales three per cent, upon the amount of said decree ceTtainpurpoaes 
to defray all other and further expenses necessary in and 
about the final disposition and settlement of said decree and 
judgment at law, the leasing and renting of said real estate, 
its disposition and sale, and as a remuneration for his care, 
dihgence and attention to and protection of the interests of 
the said State of Illinois; and that said trustee, as to the 
residue of the money arising from the sale of said real es- 
tate under said decree of foreclosure, or arising from any 
sale of real or personal estate under said judgment at law, 
or from any sale of real estate by him as trustee aforesaid, 
as hereinbefore provided, immediately upon the receipt 
thereof by him, shall deposit the same in the treasury of 
the State of Illinois, and certify the same to the Auditor 
of the State of Illinois, who shall charge the treasurer 
therewith. 

§ T. The said trustee shall make semi-annual reports to to make reports. 
the Auditor of State of, in and concerning all matters con- 
nected with said trust. 

§ 8. Said trustee and auditor shall have power, by agree- Trustee and au- 
ment with said Matteson, to take any of said property at pro^uT^ wiui 
Buch valuation as they may deem it for the interest of the Matteson. 
State to receive it at, and said demand shall thereupon be 
credited with the amount of such valuation ; and upon such 
agreement being made, said trustee shall take all proper 
i conveyances or releases of said property so taken, and have 
] the same duly recorded. And the said trustee and auditor, 
after they have taken any or all of said property and re- 
ceived all proper conveyances and releases from the said 
Matteson, may sell any or aU of said property, at pubHc 



80 STATE TRUSTEE STATE KOADS. 

sale, for cash, first giving sixty days' notice of the time and 
place of sale, in some newspaper published in the county in 
which the land or lands are situated, also in two daily news- 
papers published in the city of Chicago having the largest 
circulation. And the said trustee is authorized to make any 
and all conveyances of said property that may be necessary 
to perfect said sale. And United States le<^al tender trea- 
sury notes shall be received in payment of any sums due on 
sales made under said decree ; and any lands or lots sold 
under said decree may be redeemed in the same — and the 
same may be received on sales made by said trustee and audi- 
tor. Said trustee is hereby empowered to pay off and sat- 
isfy all liens and encumbrances existing against any of said 
property, and take such steps as may be necessary to quiet 
the title thereto; and may certify the sum of money neces- 
sary therefor to the Auditor of Public Accounts, who shall 
draw his warrant on the treasury therefor. 

§ 9. This act shall take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Approved February 14, 1863. 



appointed. 



Id force February AN ACT to establish a State road from where the Nashville and Belleville 

14, 1861. road crosses the township line dividing township one and two south, of 

range four west, by way of Venedy, Pensoneau's warehouse, on Easkaskia 

river, to intersect the above named road again, near Epbraim Brown's, east 

of Mascouttih. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That Daniel 

oommissioaers Kiuyon, J ohu F. Brockschmidt and Ephraim Brown, be 
and they are hereby appointed commissioners, to view, sur- 
vey and locate a State road, commencing where the road 
from Nashville to Belleville, by way of Cox's ferry, on Kas- 
kaskia river, crosses the township line, dividing T. 1 and 2 
S., 11. 4 W.; thence along the said township line to Yenedy ; 
thence west, to the county line between Washington and St. 
Clair counties ; thence northwest, on the county line, to 
Pensoneau's warehouse, on Kaskaskia river; thence in a 
northwest direction, on the nearest and best route, having 
due regard to private property, so as to intersect the Nash- 
ville and Belleville road, near Ephraim Brown's, east of 
Mascoutah. 

oommisBJonerB to § 2. Said commissioncrs, or a majority of them, shall 
meet at such time and place as they, or a majority of them, 
shall agree on ; shall be duly sworn by some justice of the 
peace of said State ; shall proceed to lay out said road, ac- 
cording to the provisions of this act. They may vary from 
said line, to avoid injury to private property and to obtain 



meet. 



STATE E0AD8. 81 

better ground ; they shall desig)iate said road, by planting 
stakes in the prairies and blazing trees in the timber ; they 
shall have said road surveyed ; and as soon as said road is 
laid out they shall make and file a report and plat of said 
road, giving the course and distances of the same, from 
point to point, which plat, when so made, shall be certified 
by the commissioners and surveyor, and a copy thereof shall 
be filed in the office of the clerk of the county court of 
Washington and St. Clair counties. Said commissioners 
shall ascertain and assess damages, as is now provided by 
law, in locating and opening roads, and shall return with 
their report any such assessments to the county court of the 
county in which such damages may be assessed, with the 
plat of said road ; and the amount of their assessment shall 
be allowed by the county court of the county wherein the 
damages may be sustained, subject to the right of appeal 
by the owner of the land, or the county ourt, as in other 
cases of assessments. 

§ 3. Said commissioners shall make out and file a certi- D"!'" of com- 
fied statement of the time necessary employed in the survey 
and location of said road in each of said counties ; and 
thereupon the county court of each of said counties shall 
make compensation for the sums severally due, allowing 
each commissioner and surveyor two dollars per day, and to 
each hand one dollar per day for each day necessarily em- 
ployed in locating said road in ttieir respective counties. 

§ 4. Said road, when so laid out, shall be and it is here- 
by declared a State road, and shall be opened and kept in 
repair fifty feet wide, as other State roads. 

§ 5. This act shall not interfere with any road leading to iobepuwicroad 
said river, nor any ferry now established crossing the same. 

§ 6. This act to take etiect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Appboved February 14, 1863. 



misaiuners. 



AN ACT to locate a State Road, from the State Line Station, on the Logans- in force Junp 
port and Burlington Railroad, in Iroquois county, to Washington, in Taze- 18, 1868. 
well countj. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General AssemUy, That James H. 
Wathen, A. B. Koff, and G. W. Danforth, be and they are commi.,ion«. 
hereby appointed commissioners, to survey, lay out and »ppoint*d- 
locate a State road, commencing at the State Line Station, 
on the Logansport and BurHngton Kailroad, in Iroquois 
county, running west, through Middleport, Gillman, 
Fairbury, Chenoa, El Paso and Eureka, to Washington, in 



82 



STATE EOADS TREASTJEY NOTES. 



Duties of com 
missioners. 



To give notice. 



Tazewell county, tliere to intersect a State road leading to 
Peoria. 

§ 2. The said commissioners shall have full power to sur- 
vey and locate said road, in the manner and form now pre- 
scribed by law, in determining all questions of right of way, 
and tlie damages to be paid for the same: Provided^ that 
the said commissioners shall complete the survey and loca- 
tion of said road within six months after the passage of this 
act. 

§ 3. The said commissioners, after having completed 
the survey and location of said road, according to the provis- 
ions of this act, shall publish a notice in some newspaper, 
in each of the counties through which said road shall pass, 
if there be such papers so published in such counties, and 
if not, then in the newspaper or newspapers having the 
largest circulation along the line of said road, declaring said 
road to be a public State road, and requiring the road mas- 
ters and supervisors in each road district along said road to 
open the same, within one year from the date of said notice 
to the public, as a public highway. 

§ 4. This act shall be in force from and after its passage. 

Approved June 13, 1863. 



In force January ^j^ _^cT to make United States Legal Tender Treasury Notes and Postage 



12, 1863. 



Currency receivable for taxes, and for redemption from tax sales. 



Section 1. Be it enacted ly the People of the State of 

Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That from and 

Collectors to re- after the passage of this act it shall be the duty of collectors 

ceive treasury ,, r-\ ^ ~ . iii i^n 

notes in pay- 01 State, couuty. City, towu, and school taxes, and oi ail 
ment of taxes, ^g^^gg levicd by auy law oi this State, to receive at par 
United States legal tender treasury notes and postage cur- 
rency, when the same are tendered, for all taxes now due, or 
which may become due during the years 1863 and 1864:; 
the said postage currency being not receivable in greater 
sums than five dollars. 
Y^es ml* ^be § ^" That all real estate, heretofore sold, or hereafter to 
redeemed with be sold, for such taxcs, may be redeemed in the manner 
treasury notes. ^^^^ provided by law, with said treasury notes and postage 
currency. 

§ 3. That all laws and parts of laws in conflict with this 
act, be and the same are hereby suspended till the first day 
of January, a. d. 1865. 
§ 4. This act shall be in force from and after its passage. 
Appkoved January 12, 1863. 



TOWNSHIP OKGANIZATION. 83 

AN ACT to amend the Township Organization Laws. ^'^^°l[S^fi}l^^^^ 

13, ISoo. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That hereafter 
the collectors of the towns of South Chica.o;o, North Chicago, Time for coiiect- 
and West Chicago, in the county of Cook, shall be allowed ^cL^ '^''county 
until the fifteenth day of May, in each year, to collect and extended, 
pay over the taxes specified in their warrants ; and they 
shall also be allowed until the fifteenth day of May, in each 
year, to return their collectors' books and the lists of taxes 
remaining unpaid and which they have been unable to 
collect. 

§ 2. It shall be the duty of each of said township collec- Duty of to^mship 
tors, on the fifteenth day of February, to pay over to the ^°'^*'''°"' 
persons entitled by law to receive the same all money 
actually collected by him at that time. 

§ 3. This act shall apply to the collection of the revenue tws act to apply 
assessed in the jqqx of our Lord one thousand eight hundred 1862!^^^"^"^ °^ 
and sixty-two, and shall not be construed so as to release 
the sureties of any of said town collectors. 

5 4. The several collectors who may receive the war- collectors to 

, •Till 1T11 J continue in of- 

rauts to collect taxes, as now proviaed by law, snali be and fice for certain 
remain in ofiice for the purpose of completing the duties p'^i'°^*^- 
enjoined upon them until the time fixed for the return of 
their respective warrants by this act, notwithstanding their 
term of ofiice shall have expired. 

S 5. All lands and town or city lots, in the county afore- Proceedings in 

.-\ I'll 1 11 • • 1 ii relation to de- 

said, upon which the taxes shall remain unpaid upon tne unquent tases. 
fifteenth day of May, in each year, shall be considered 
delinquent for the taxes of the preceding year, and such 
proceedings shall thereupon be had for the collection of said 
tax, as are now provided by law for the collection of taxes 
upon delinquent lands and lots. The treasurer of the county 
aforesaid shall be allowed until the first Monday in Septem- 
ber, in each year, to settle with Auditor of Public Ac- 
counts for the taxes of the preceding year: Provided, that 
all moneys in the custody of the county treasurer, in each 
year, on the first day of June, belonging to the State, shall, 
at that time, be paid over to the State Treasurer. 

§ 6. This act shall take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Appboved February 12, 1863. 



84 THOKNTON LOAN WAYNE COUNTY. 

In force February AN ACT to amend nn act entitled "An act to provide for the payment of 
20, 1808. certain awards in relation to the Thornton Loan, reported by Judges Troat, 

Caton and Scates, commissioners appointed by the Slate." 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That an act 
If*^ 86^'^ m""7 entitled " An act to provide for the payment of certain 
ed. "' awards in relation to the Thornton Loan, reported by Judges 

Treat, Caton and Scates, commissioners appointed by the 
State," approved and in force February 21st, 1861, be and 
the same is hereby amended that Governor of the State be 
and he is hereby authorized and required to cause to be 
issued and delivered to Uri Osgood and Edward Poor, or 
to the survivor of them, his heirs, executors or administra- 
tors, the bonds and certificate or certificates of indebtedness, 
which, by said act, are authorized and required to be issued 
and delivered to John V. Singer, Uri Osgood and Edward 
Poor, amounting to nine hundred and seventy-seven dollars 
and ninety-five cents ; and that the Governor be and he is 
hereby authorized and required to cause to be issued and 
delivered to Gustavus A. Cozzens, Uri Osgood and Edward 
Poor, or to the survivor or survivors of them, his or their 
heirs, executors or administrators, the bonds and certificates 
which by said act are authorized and required to be issued 
and delivered to John V. Singer, Gustavus A. Cozzens, Uri 
Osgood and Edward Poor, amounting to two thousand and 
forty-eight dollars and ninety-three cents, taking receipts 
for the same. 

§ 2. This act is declared to be a public act, and shall be 
liberally construed, and shall be in force from and after its 
passage. 

Approved February 20, 1863. 



In force February AN ACT to make ccttain additions from the county of Wayne to the County 
*^' ^^^- of Clay. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinoiii, represented in the General Assembly^ That an elec- 
Eiection to be tion shal) be held in the counties of Wayne and Clay, at the 
usual places of holding the same, on the first Tuesday after 
the first Monday of November next, in the county of Wayne, 
for the purpose of voting for or against so much of town- 
ships No. two (2) north, range 'five, Nos. (6,) six, (6,) 
seven, (7,) and eight, (8,) west of the third principal merid- 
ian, as now lie in and belong to Wayne county, being at- 
tached to Clay county ; and in the county of Clay, to vote 
for or against receiving said territory as apart of said county. 
The election to be holden as aforesaid shall be conducted, 



WATNE COUNTY — WHITESIDE OOTJNTY. 85 

notices thereof given and returns made, in the same manner 
as is now provided for in case of the election of senator or 
representative, and the same rights of contest allowed. 

§ 2. it shall be the duty of the clerk of the county court ^^^de^eu! *° ^* 
of Wayne, as soon as the result of said election shall be as- 
certained, to make a certificate thereof, under the seal of said 
court, and transmit the same to the clerk of Clay county 
court ; and the clerk of the county court of Clay shall make 
out immediately and transmit to the clerk of the county 
court of Wayne, a certificate of the result of the election in 
said county ; which certificate shall be entered on the records 
of each of said courts, respectively, at the next terms there- 
of after receiving the same. 

§ 3. Upon ascertaining the result of the election, held Resoit of election 
as aforesaid, if it shall appear that a majority of all the voters 
in the county of Wayne, voting in said election, voted for 
said territory being added to and forming part of the coun- 
ty of Clay, and a majority of the voters of the county of 
Clay voted for receiving the same as a part of said county, 
then and in that case the aforementioned parts of townships 
shall hereafter be and continue a part ot the county of Clay: 
Provided^ however, that if said vote shall result in attaching Proviso, 
the aforesaid parts of townships to Clay county, then and 
in that case the proceeds arising from the sale of lands in 
said parts of townships, commonly known as swamp lands, 
shall revert back to the county of Wayne, after paying all 
expenses of said sales. 

§ 4. This act shall be in full force from and after its pas- 
sage. 

Appkoved February 21, 1863. 



AN ACT to legalize a tax in "Whiteside County. In force January 

12y 1S68. 

Whereas the board of supervisors of Whiteside county, did Preamble, 
at its September term, a. d. 1862, offer a bounty of sixty 
dollars to each person who should enlist in the service of 
the United States, under the calls of the President for 
600,000 volunteers, before the 12th day of September, 
1862 ; and whereas said board of supervisors did, at said 
September term, levy a tax of one dollar on each one hun- 
dred dollars' valuation of the taxable property of said 
county, as a pledge for the early payment of said bounties ; 
therefore. 

Be it enacted hy the People of the State of Illinois, rep- 
resented in the General Assembly, 

Section 1. That the tax so levied by the board of super- Tax legalized, 
visors of Whiteside county, of one dollar on each one hun- 



86 WILLIAMSON COUNTY. 

dred dollars of the taxable property in said county, for the 
payment of soldiers' bounties, be and the same is hereby le- 
galized and made valid. 

§ 3. This act to take effect and be in force from and af- 
ter its passage. 

Approved January 12, 1863. 



In force January AN ACT to authorize the County Court of Williamson County to increase 
' the county revenue. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That the 

May levy addi- couuty court of Williamson county be and they are hereby 

tionai tax. authorized to levy and assess an additional county tax, not 
exceeding one dollar on each and every hundred dollars' 
worth of property in said county subject to taxation. 

How levied and § 2. Said tax shall be levied, assessed and collected in 
the same manner and under the same limitations and re- 
strictions as the county taxes are now levied, assessed and 
collected : Provided^ that said county court may levy and 
assess, and direct the sheriff of said county to collect said 
tax for and in the year a. d. 1863. 

How disposed of. § 3. The Tcvenue arising from Said taxcs shall bc applied 
to the payment of county orders issued prior to the first day 
of January, a. d. 1863, until all orders issued before that 
time shall have been paid. 

This act shall be in force from and after its passage. 
Appkoved January 13, 1863. 



J Department of State, 

Springfield, July 16, 1863. 

I, 0. M. Hatch, Secretary of State of the State of Illinois, do hereby cer- 
tify that the foregoing, except the words printed in brackets, thus, [ ] (which 
are inserted for the purpose of correction and explanation,) are true and per- 
fect copies of the enrolled laws on file in my office. 

In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand, the day and year afore- 
said. 0. M. HATCH, Secretary of Stale, 



INDEX, 



;ti^ 



INDEX . 



A. 



Alexander county jail and court house 

Appeals of State Institutions, etc 

Appropriations, for relief of soldiers 

" Postage ' 

" Assembly, partial 

«' Committees' clerks 

" Constitutional convention 

" Government of State, special 

<i (I " " ordinary and contingent. 

" Salaries of State officers 

" Deaf and Dumb, and Blind Institutions 

" Insane Hospital 

" Penitentiary 

Army auditors' board, repeal of law 

Assessment of damages 

Aurora and Elgin Court - 



B. 



Boone county, special tax. . 

" " court 

Bowman, C. H., relief. 

Bureau county, special tax. 



. ..2S 
...24 

9 

10,21 
...10 
...11 
...11 
12,17 
...14 
...21 
,...15 
, ...1& 
....61 
....66 
. . . .47 
. 37, 3& 



o. 



.2& 
.2» 
.66 
.26 



.40 



Carroll county, special tax .".*!!'.'. ... 39 

Champaign county, special tax !*.'.'.!!.. .60 



Chancery, masters' fees, etc 

Chicago, tax 

" custody and sale of property m 

Circuit courts, 16th circuit 

" 19th " 



«' 3d " 

" 4th " 

" 11th " 

" 10th " 

" 2d " 

«' 9th " 

" 14th " 

«' 22d " 

" 20th " 

City courts of Aurora and Elgin 

City court of Peoria 

Clay county, additions from Wayne • 

County courts of Crawford, Jasper and Cumberland counties. .... . 

" " Lawrence, Richland, Clay and Hamilton counties. 



...83 
...42 
...29 
...30 
...30 
...31 
...32 
...33 
...34 
.. 84 
...34 
...35 
...36 
,37,39 
...39 
...84 
...26 
....26 



II 



INDEX. 



County courts of Kock Island and Mercer counties. 

" " De Kalb count}' 

" " Franklin county, bonds of 

" Jackson county, bonds of 

County clerks' fees 

County indebtedness 

Congress, donation of lands accepted ............ 

Coal miners, protection of. .'.".". 

Cook county to borrow money 

Constitution of United States, amendment. ....... 

Criminal jurisprudence [[ 



D. 



E. 



Evidence and depositions. 



F. 



Fees and salaries 

Fish in Rock Island county. 
Franklin county bonds.. .". . 



Gr. 



Game, preservation of. 

Gray, Wm. S., relief of 

Grundy county circuit couit. 



H. 



Hamilton county court. 
Henry county tax 



I. 



Illinois Digest, to purchase. . . 
Iroquois county seat, removal. 



J. 



Jasper county court 

Jackson county court, bonds 

Judges' docket fee !!.'!.!!! 

Justices of the peace, jurisdiction of. 

" " replevin writs 

" " dockets and papers 

suits when parties are joined. 



Judicial 


circuits 


16th 
19th 






4th 






11th 






10th 






2d 






9 th 






14th 
22d . 



.26 
.43 
.49 
.53 

.50 
.41 

.64 
.70 
.40 
.41 

.10 



Damages, assessment of 

Debt of State, payment of .'.!.'."'.]."."'..'.'.'..'.'.*.'!!.'! 7^ 

DeKalb county court, jurisdiction of I i" 

DeKalb county, paupers in .* ' * ' "1r 

Digest of Illinois Reports, 3d volume.'.' .".'.*.*.*.'.'."!.'.'.'.*,'.'."." " " ' ti 



.'72 



49,50 
...47 
...48 



.50 
.07 
.32 



.20 
.51 



.51 
.51 



...26 
...53 
...49 
...64 
. . .69 
...73 
...74 
.. .29 
...30 
.. .31 
...32 
33, 36 
.. 34 
...34 
.. .34 



INDEX. 



Ill 



Judicial circuits, 20th. 



K. 



Kane county court, practice in. 
'Kankakee countv circuit court. 
Kendidl " " " " . 

" " paupers 

Knox count}' scat, removal of. . 



L. 



Lands donated by Congress 

Laws repealed 

Lake county special tax 

Lawrence county court 

" " circuit clerk. 

Lee county special tax 

" " circuit court 

Legal tender notes for taxes. . . . 
Liens, Mechanics' 



M. 



Masters in Chancery 

Matteson estate trustee 

Medical examiners, law repealed. 

Mechanics' liens 

Mercer county court 

Militia laws repealed 

Mill races 



o. 



Offncr, J. G., relief of. 



P. 



Paupers in Kendall and DeKalb counties. 

Peoria recorder's court 

Peoria city election, wards 

Penitentiary, appropriation 

" lease of. 

" discipline of 

Practice, Kane county court 



R. 



Religious societies 

Relief of C. H. Bowman 

W.S.Gray 

" J. G. Offner 

Reporter of supreme court 

Replevin, actions before justices. 

Revenue, collection postponed. . 

Revised statutes, chapter 30. . . . 

" " " 6.5 

" " " 25 

" " " 40 

" " " .59. . . . 

" " " 71. . . . 



Road tax. 

Richland county court. 
Roads, State 



.'72, 



.80, 



.15 

.69 

.69 

.70 

.71 

.71 

.72 

73 

75 

75 

26 

81 



INDEX. 



Rock Island county court. 
" fish... 



s. 



Soldiers' depositions , 

State trustee, to appoint !!!!!!!! 

State debt, payment of [\\] 

State roads, Nashville and Belleville." .*.'.*! 
" State line to Washington. . . , 

Stephenson county circuit court 

Suits against two or more persons joined. 
Supreme court reporter 



.26 
A1 



.12 
.11 
.16 
.80 
.81 
.84 
.74 
.75 



Taxes, collection postponed , 

Taxes, Whiteside county [ 

Thornton loan 

Township organization law 

Treasury notes receivable for taxes. 
Trustee of State appointed 



T\^. 



War fund, law repealed 

Warren county circuit court. . . . , 
Wayne county, additions to Clay. 

Whiteside county tax 

Will county circuit court 

Williamson county revenue 

Winnebago county court 



.69 

.85 
.84 
.83 

.82 

.11 



...56 
.33,36 

...84 
...85 
...32 
...86 
...28 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



OF THE 



AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



OF THE 



STATE OF ILLINOIS, 



TO THE 



TWENTY-THIED GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 



SPRINGFIELD: 

BAKER & PHILLIPS, PRINTERS. 
1863. 



BIENNIAL KEPORT 



OF THE 



AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



OF THE 



STATE OF ILLINOIS. 



Auditor's Office, Illinois, 

Spkingfield, December^ 1, 1862. 

To the General Assembly of the State of Illinois: 

I have the honor to submit herewith the following report: 

1. A statement of receipts and expenditures, showing the amount 

of revenue received, applicable to the payment of the ordinary 
and contingent expenses of the State government, and the 
amount disbursed, 

2. A general statement of warrants drawn on the treasury, for all 

purposes. 

3. A detailed statement of warrants drawn on the treasury, and to 

what account and appropriation charged. 

4. A statement of warrants drawn by order of the Governor, and 

charged to the contingent fund. 

5. A statement of the amount of warrants outstanding, unredeemed 

December 1, 1862. 

6. A statement of the redemption money received from minor heirs, 

and due the owners of tax deeds. 

7. A. statement of the condition of the school, college, and seminary 

funds. 

8. A statement of State indebtedness, purchased by the Governor, 

with the surplus proceeds of the two mill tax. 

9. A statement of State indebtedness purchased by the Governor j , 

with the Central raiiroad fund. 



4 

10. A statement of State bonds redeemed nnder the Governor's procla- 
mation of January 10th, 1860, and paid for with the surphis pro- 
ceeds of the two mill tax. 

11. A statement of State bonds redeemed nnder the Governor's procla- 
mation of January 10th, 1860, and paid for with the Central rail- 
road fund. 

12. A statement of bonds paid in full from the proceeds of the two mill 

tax, January 1, 1861. 
13 and 14. Tabular statements of real and personal property, assessed 

and taxed for the years 1860 and 1861. 
15 and 16. Statements of the taxes charo;ed in the several counties, 

amount collected, etc., for the years 1860 and 1861. 
17 and 18. Statements of the school tax fund for the years 1860 and 

1861. 

19. A statement of the dividends of the school tax and interest funds 
for the years 1860 and 1861. 

20. A statement of the accounts of the State Treasurer with the several 

State funds. 
21 to 26, inclusive — the several statements and tables exhibiting the 
condition and afi'airs of the banks of the State, organized under 
the provisions of the general banking law. 

The business transacted in this office, during the period embraced in 
this report, has been of unusual amount and importance. In addition 
to the usual transactions of this department, the important duty of wind- 
ing up a large number of the l)anks of the State, together with the pay- 
ment of the large amount of claims accruing against the State for war 
purposes, has greatly increased the business and labor of the office. 

The laws passed at the called session of the twenty-second General 
Assembly, in April and May, 1861, provided for the creation of a war 
fund, and the appointment of Commissioners to audit accounts and 
claims against the same; and required the Auditor to issue warrants on 
the Treasurer for the payment of such claims and accounts as might be 
allowed by said Commissioners and approved by the Governor. The 
business of this office, arising from this class of accounts, has been very 
large, and, in some respects, perplexing. The number of warrants 
issued against the war fund has been more than double those issued for 
all other purposes, in the same time ; and there is yet a considerable 
number of accounts allowed and approved, for payment of vrhiLh appli- 
cation has not been made. There is, also, a class of accounts remaining 
unpaid, for which the issue of warrants is refused — not because o± any 
doubt on my part as to their merits, but because of the provision con- 
tained in section 5 of the act creating the war fund, etc., which requires, 
that "all claims and accounts accruing against the State for war expenses 
and disbursements, which are specified in this act, and which have 
already accrued, shall be presented within three months from the pas- 
sage of this act, and all other claims shall be presented within three 
months from the accruing of the same, or the same shall be considered 
as donated to the State, and shall not thereafter be allowed, under any 
pretense whatever." In a number of instances^ accounts and claims 
reported to this office for payment bear on 'their face evidence of pre- 



sentation for allowance after the expiration of the limit made by law. 
Discovering this to be the case, I immediately called on the Commis- 
sioners for explanations, and was informed by them that all such allow- 
ances were included with the properly allowed accounts, through in- 
advertence or oversight ; for which reason I have refused to issue 
warrants, and the accounts are consequentl}- suspended, until action 
may be taken by your honorable body, if deemed by you advisable. I 
have no doubt that many, it not all, of the accounts referred to, are of 
as meritorious character as those which have been more promptl}' pre- 
sented for allowance. 

The 9th section of the same act provides that the Auditor shall, an- 
nually, assess a tax, sufficient to pay the interest on the bonds au- 
thorized to be issued under said act. The rate of tax assessed for this 
purpose, for the years 1861 and 1862, is five cents on the one hundred 
dollars of valuation of taxable property. The first and second install- 
ments of interest on the bonds issued, fell due before any considerable 
amount of the tax was realized from collections. I presume that the 
amount hereafter to be realized will be entirely sufiicient lor the pay- 
ment of the accruing interest. 

The diminution in amount of taxable property assessed in the sevei-al 
counties, referred to in my last report, is found to continue from year 
to year, and, in my opinion, to a far greater extent than any actual de- 
preciation in value of property will rationally account for. I have en- 
deavored to learn, by inquiry of officers and others, from the different 
counties, the real causes which operate to bring about the decrease of 
assessments, and I learn that, in nearly every one of the counties, the 
impression is held that the property of every other county is assessed 
at a lower rate than the property of the one in question, and that, in 
consequence, many of the assessors endeavor to equalize the general 
assessment, by bringing the valuation of their own counties down to the 
standard of value supposed to govern in other counties. I have learned 
of several instances in which candidates for the office of assessor have 
openly offered, as an inducement to voters, that, if elected, they would 
assess property at rates less than its value. It has also been suggested 
to me that in some of the counties under township organization, it is 
the practice of town assessors to meet and agree on fixed uniform rates 
for valuing each description of property taxed, without regard to the 
actual value of the lands or other property listed. It seems necessary 
that some remedy should be provided for these and other abuses of 
the intentions and provisions of the revenue laws. 

The existing condition of the financial matters of our State and of 
the whole country seems to require a modification of the laws prescrib- 
ing the kind of funds in which taxes may be paid. Complaints are 
continually being made that it is, in most of the counties, entirely im- 
practicable to obtain coin for the payment of taxep, even at any rate of 
premium ; and it is represented that if the United States treasury cur^ 
rency was legally receivable for taxes, no difficulty would be experienced 
in making collections. 1 am fully convinced that all demands against 
the State can be met with this currency. 

The Illinois Central Railroad Company, having failed to furnish the 



Auditor with the lists and vahiation of their property 'and assets, required 
by their charter, and having failed to pay over to the State Treasurer 
the taxes due from them for the latter half of the past year and the 
first half of the present year, I have brought suit against them, in the San- 
gamon county circuit court, with the view of compelling their compli- 
ance with the requirements of their charter, in this respect. Another 
installment of taxes is now due from them, but I am not informed of 
their intentions concerning payment. 

At the date of my last report there were in operation one hundred 
and ten banks, orfii:anized under the 2:eneral banking; law, having; a cir- 
culation of $12,320,694. The great depreciation in the value of stocks, 
particularly of those issued by Southern states, which followed the 
breaking out of the rebellion, necessitated a call by the Bank Commis- 
sioners on the banks, to make good the securities deposited with the 
Auditor. And of the banks then in existence in Illinois, all but seven- 
teen have been put in liquidation, under the provisions of the law, for 
neglect to comply with the call for additional securities. 

The present circulation of banks in operation is $566,163. The larger 
part of the reduction in the amount of circulation was caused by the 
voluntary act of bill-holders i-etiring notes and taking bonds therefor. 
Every facility was given for doing this ; and I delayed selling the secu- 
rities of the defaulted banks, so long as any considerable amount of 
notes were held by parties who preferred to take the securities. The 
balance of the securities were sold, the proceeds realized in coin, and 
jt?ro rata dividends declared, at rates, which allowing for the present 
premium on coin, makes the average value of the money of suspended 
banks now outstanding nearly par. 

Five banks have been organized under the provisions of the amended 
law of February 14, 1861 ; to which circulation has been issued, amount- 
ing in the aggregate, to $51,945. Two of the old banks have complied 
with the provisions of the amended law, and received additional circu- 
lation. 

The constantly increasing records and files of the Auditor's office, 
together with the amount of business transacted, require additional 
room and facilities, for the proper preservation of the valuable docu- 
ments and books placed in the Auditor's keeping, and for the perform- 
ance of the various and complicated duties devolving upon him. I 
would respectfully urge upon your honorabk body to make provisions 
to that end. 

JESSE K. DUBOIS, 

Auditor of Public Accounts. 



No. 1. 

STATEMENT of receipts and expenditures fi'om thelst day of Decern- 
her^ 1860, to the ZOth day of Novemher^ 1862, inckisive. 



EECEIPTS. 



Taxes collected and paid over by collectors, on real and personal property as- 
sessed in the year 1859, and prior years, for revenue purposes 

Taxes collected and paid over by collectors, on real and personal property as- 
sessed in the year 1860, for revenue purposes 

Taxes collected and paid over by collectors, on real and personal property as- 
sessed in the year 1861, for revenue purposes 

Amount paid into the treasury for redemptions and sales of property purchased 
by the state, on execution, for revenue purposes 

Amount paid into the treasury from drainage fund 

Amount paid into the treasury for hawkers' and peddlers' licenses 

Amount of two mill tax fund transferred to revenue 

Amount of state land fund transferred to revenue 

Amount of delinquent land tax fund transferred to revenue 

Amount received for state lands sold 

Amount of costs of suits paid by the state, collected from judgment debtors, 
and paid into the treasury 

Amount of warrant on the contingent fund, issued to William Butler, by order 
of the governor, refunded into the treasury 

Amount received for bonds sold by the governor, under act of May 2d, 1861, for 
revenue purposes 

Amount received for bonus on lease of penitentiary, for the years 1859 and 1860 

Total 



EXPENDITURES. 



Amount paid out of revenue fund, for special purposes, as shown by table No. 2. 
Amount paid out of revenue fund, for ordinary expenses, as shown by table 

No 2 

Amount paid out of revenue fund for old warrants 

Amount received over amount paid out, being balance in the treasury, Dec. 1. 
1862 



Amount. 



§119,245 95 

949,534 "76 

114,849 34 

6,876 50 
6,213 00 

150 00 
515,950 81 

231 30 
3,993 00 

422 31 

97 90 

200 00 

47,275 00 
10,200 00 



§1,775,239 87 



Amount. 



$531,271 83 

864,007 04 
5,263 81 



81,400,542 68 



8374,697 19 



JNo. 2. 

A GENERAL STATEMENT of warrants drawn on the treasury 
from the \st day of December^ 1860, to the 30th day of November, 
1862. 



To what account charged. 



Appropriations, special 

Coustitutional convention 

Contingent fund 

County agricultural societies 

Executive mansion 

Geological survey 

Insane hospital 

Institution for the education of the deaf and dumb. 

Illinois penitentiary 

Militia lists 

Money refunded 

Penitentiary commissioners 

Supreme court, first division 

Supreme court, second divison 

Supreme court, third division 



Total amount paid for special purposes. 



Auditor of Public Accounts 

Appropriations, general 

Bank Commissioners 

Conveying cenvicts 

Distributing laws and journals 

Governor of Illinois 

General Assembly 

Incidental expenses 

Insane hospital 

Institution for the education of the bUnd 

Institution for the education of the deaf and dumb. 

Judgments, clerks' and sheriffs' fees 

Judiciary, 1st division supreme court 

" 2d " " " 



3d 

1st 

2d 

3d 

4th 

5th 

6th 

1th 

8 th 

9 th 
10th 
11th 
12th 
13th 
14th 
15th 
16th 
17th 
18th 
19th 
20th 



Amount. 



$34,3Y2 00 

48,851 00 

3,764 30 

16,900 00 

14,500 00 

11,790 06 

32,408 10 

12,250 00 

836,376 85 

2,328 59 

1,989 45 

12,484 00 

1,597 98 

1,286 76 

372 74 



$11,652 33 

317,204 05 

12,496 94 

24,428 35 

1,300 00 

2,875 00 

82,616 98 

24,465 14 

88,750 00 

24,000 00 

62,366 40 

1,816 55 

2,350 00 

2,360 00 

2,400 00 

2,250 00 

2,000 00 

2,000 00 

1,970 00 

2,074 13 

2,00« 00 

2,000 00 

2,195 05 

2,000 00 

2,029 89 

2,000 00 

1,625 00 

1,831 52 

2,000 00 

2,040 00 

2,000 00 

2,000 00 

1,750 00 

1,427 67 

2,000 00 



Total. 



1531,271 83 



Statement — Continued. 



To what account charged. 



Amount. 



Judiciary, 21st circuit 

•« 22d " 

" 23d " 

" 24th " 

" 25th " 

" 26th " 

•« 27th " 

" 28th " 

' ' Superior court of Chicago , 

* * Recorder's " " 

" " " ofLaSalle and Peru 

' * Court of common pleas, city of Cairo 

** " '' " Elgin and Aurora 

' ' Alton city court 

Militia of Illinois , 

OflSoe of the executive , 

' ' Secretary of State 

■ i *' Auditor of Public Accounts 

^ * • State Treasurer 

* ' Superintendent of Public Instruction 

Porters of the State house 

Public Printing 

Public binding 

Publishing notices 

Prosecuting attorney, superior court of Chicago 

* ' recorder's " " 

" " " LaSalle and Peru. . . 

* ' court of common pleas, city of Cairo. 

' ' Alton city court 

Reports of the supreme court 

States attorney, 1st circuit 





2d " 
3d " 




4th " 




5th " 




6th " 




7th " 




8th " 




8th " 




10th " 




nth " 




12th " 


*• , 


13th " 




14th ' ' 




15th " 




16th ' ' 




17th " 




18th " 




19th " 




20th ' ' 




21st " 




22d " 




23d " 




24th ' ' 




25tn " 




26ih " 




27th ' ' 




28th " 


States attorneys' fees 




A.— 2 



$2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
1,919 00 
1,442 93 
1,168 48 
6,250 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
46 02 
999 54 
2,242 43 
6,365 45 
3,373 81 
3,771 74 
1,681 50 
S9,116 93 
6,U00 00 
642 18 
493 21 
986 41 
375 00 
1,000 00 
958 33 
11,010 00 
1,171 45 
1,000 00 
995 00 
1,125 00 
900 00 
1,000 00 
1,037 68 
999 77 
1,050 00 
1,000 00 
875 00 
1,373 01 
975 00 
975 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,175 00 
915 23 
975 00 
1,100 00 
1,000 00 
980 76 
1,000 00 
534 63 
1,060 00 
713 31 
584 24 
2,561 34 



Total 



10 

Statement — Continued. 



To what account charged. 



Secretary of State 

State Treasurer 

Superintendent of Public Instruction. . . 

Superintendent of the penitentiary 

Secretary in fund commissioner's office . 
Supreme court, 1st division 

«« 2d " 

•' 3d " 



Amount paid for ordinary expenses. . 



Central railroad fund 

Delinquent land tax 

Interest fund 

Money refunded interest fund 

Money refunded State school fund. 

State debt fund 

State land fund 

War fund 



Amount paid out of special funds. 
Total amount of warrants issued . 



Amount. 



$4,210 61 
6,052 27 
6,253 91 
475 00 
3,510 95 
1,565 52 
1,639 83 
8,114 57 



$65,330 71 

3,993 00 

1,335,040 83 

8,112 58 

234,643 40 

640,462 21 

281 80 

3,899,311 78 



Total 



$864,007 04 



6,182,126 81 



.l$7,677,404 68 



11 



No. 3. 



DETAILED STATEMENT of^ the warrants drawn on the treasui'y 
during the fiscal term^ commencijuj December lU. 1860, and ending 
November dOth, 1862, showing on lohat ajpjpro'priation^ and to what 
account charged. 



APPROPRIATIONS— SPECIAL. 

Amount paid Mrs. Elizabeth K. Bissell, being a sum equal to the salary of Gov- 
ernor Bissell, for his unexpired term. App. 1861 

" Mrs. Elizabeth K. Bissell, for fuel, repairs, gardener, etc., for the 

years 1859 and 1860. App. 1861 

" for legal services before canal scrip investigating committee, App. 

1861 

•* for rent of Masonic Hall for geological survey, balance due Dec. 3] , 

1860. App. 1861 

** John G. Graham, for amount paid for telegraphic dispatches, Jan. 

29, 1859. App. 1861 

" for defraying the expenses of the funeral of Governor Bissell. App. 

1861 

" for ice furnished offices in the State house, summer of 1860. App. 

1861 

" for carpets, oil-cloth, etc., for Governor's house and committee 

rooms in the State house. App. 1861 

" for mileage and per diem of commissioners to Peace Congress, at 

Washington. App. 1861 

" for services and expenses of Senate finance investigating committee 

of 2l8t General Assembly, and expenses incident to investigation. 

App. 1861 ; 

" William M. Dustin, on account of State land sold to him in error. 
App. 1 861 

" for repairing and fastening roof of State arsenal. App. 1861 

*' for sundry bills for repairs at State arsenal. App. 1861 

" James Mickie, for principal and interest of canal contractors' orders 
held by him. App. 1861 

" J. Y. Scammnn, $875 principal, and interest on same from Feb- 
ruary 1, 1846, as per bond issued by Governor Bissell, on the 
18th day of February, 1857. App. 1861 

** Bailhache & Baker, for sundry bills of printing. App. 1861 

" for sundry bills of repairs and work done in and about the State 
house. App. 1861 

** John Armstrong, for labor done and materials furnished. App. 
1861 

" for making case for arms, in Secretarj-'s office. App. 1861 

" William B. Fondey, for materials furnished for constructiwi of 
Governor's house. App. 1861 

'* for repairs at Governor's house. App. 1861 

" for painting cannon and carriages, by direction of Quartermaster 
General. App. 1861 

" for matting for Senate chamber and Representatives' hall, and re- 
pairing desks 

" paid C. M. & S. Smith, balance due for carpets and other articles, 
for Senate chamber and Representatives' hall. App. 1861 

" Elder & Bro., for balance due for stoves in Senate chamber, com- 
mittee rooms, etc. App. 1861 

'* Willard & Zimmerman, for painting and glazing at Governor's house 

" Josiah Francis, for services as Quartermaster Genera!, and cash 
advanced to pay freights, from September, 1858, to February, 
1861. App. 1861 

■ for freight on cannon from Bloomington to Springfield. App. 1861 



12 

Detailed Statement — Continued. 



Amount paid B. F. Bristow, for supplies furnished State troops, in Mormon war. 
App. 1861 

" for gas burned in Governor's and State house, in 1859 and 1860. 
App. 1861 

" for gas burned in Governor's and State house, during the session of 
22d General Assembly. App. 1861 

" for cleaning pots in the basement of the State house, from Februa- 
ry 28, 1859, to January 7, 1861, and white-washing privy. App. 
1S61 

" to E. L. Sherman, William H. Brown, and Michael Kehoe, for ser- 
vices as witnesses before canal scrip investigating committee. 
App 1 861 

" B. F. Fox, for articles furnished for Legislature and Governor's 
house. App. 1861 

" for engraving and printing State bonds. App. 1861 

" J. & J. W. Bunn, for articles furnished. App. 1861 

" Ruckel & Johns, for balance due them for painting in Senate cham- 
ber and Representatives' hall, labor done and articles furnished. 
App. 1861 

" for repairing State arms. App. 1861 

" for cleaning State aims. App. 1861 

*' Thomas S. Mather, for collecting State arms, postage, etc., as Ad- 
jutant General. App. 1861 

" John Cook, for collecting State arms, postage, stationery, etc., as 
Quartermaster General. Anp. 1861 

" for express charges incurred by Governor Bissell. App. 1861. . . . 

" for repairing desks, locks, etc., during session of 22d General As- 
sembly. App. 1861 

" John M. VanOsdell, for balance due for desks in Senate chamber, 
ventilating registers, etc. App. 1861 

" John Wood, for cash by him paid to John Mulrcdy, for services as 
gardener at Governor's house. App. 1861 

" to D. J. Waggoner, for apprehending two horse thieves, in Wis- 
consin, on requisition issued by Governor Bissell. App. 1861. . 

" James L. Brown, for ovfr-payment on his account, as collector of 

" Alexander county, for 1855. App. 1861 

" for repairing flag on State house. App. 1861 

" for shrubl)ery furnished for garden at Governor's house. App. 1861 

" Edward Bement, for books purchased as agent for State of Illinois, 
in New York city. App. 1861 

" for 500 copies of new edition of Breese's Reports. App. 1861 

" Charles H. Mellen, for advertising delinquent lands, in Hancock 
county, 1859. App. 1861 

" trustees of schools of town 10 south, range G east, Gallatin county, 
in satisfaction of the claim in favor of said township for the six 
teenth section, in said township, sold by the State as saline lands. 
App. 1861 

** lor compensation of commissioner to restore records of Wabash 
county. App. 1861 

" for compensation of secretary to commission to restore records of 
Wabash county. App. 1861 

" for services of members of the board of medical examiners. App. 
1861, special session 



APPROPRIATIONS— GENERAL. 

Amount paid for expenses of transfer agency. App. 1849 

" for mileage of Prcsidcntiiil electors. R. S 

•' for subscription to periodicals for State Libriry. R. S 

" special messengers sent to counties to obtain returns of elec- 
tions. R. S 



$14 80 

1,950 63 

258 00 

466 00 

Y8 00 



65 83 

1,718 50 

00 22 


429 IT 
20 10 
28 12 


185 25 


689 15 
14 00 


17 00 


600 00 


22 00 


160 00 


110 84 
6 00 
2 76 


26 00 

2,000 00 



104 68 

1,400 00 
780 00 
468 00 
277 60 



$34,372 00 



$876 00 

477 00 

26 00 

183 80 



13 

Detailed Statement — Continued. 



.iraoant of interest on college and seminary funds, paid Normal Univer- 
sity. App. 1857 

" paid Illinois State Agricultural Society. App. 1857 

" for sixty-one copies Haines' Township Organization, furnished 
Wayne county. App. 1855 

" revenue fund trans^ferred to interest fund. App. 1861 

" paid Secretary of State, for salary as State Librarian. App. 1849 

" for making land books for counties. App. 1847 

" for recording and reporting patents of swamp lands. App. 1852.. 

" for obtaining, recording, and reporting, abstracts of taxable 
lands. App. 1853 

" for recording sales of swamp lands in Auditor's tract books. 
App. 1859 



BANK COMMISSIONERS. 

Amoant paid for mileage and per diem of Bank Commissioners. App. 1861, viz : 

to Thomas Quick for 1859 and I860 $3,100 00 

" " " 1861 " 1862 1,810 50 

" to Wm. H. Herndon " 1859 " 1860 |2,132 60 

" " " 1861 " 1862 1,035 00 

" to Miles S. Henrv " 1859 " 1860 

" to Allen C. Fuller " 1861 



OONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. 

Amount paid members, secretaries, door-keepers and subordinate officers of the 

Constitutional Convention 

" for printing 

" for publishing proceedings in newspapers 

" for new.=paper3 furnished members 

" for postage 

*' for stationery 

" for fuel and lights 

»" for labor 
^, *' for prin:ing paper 
" for furniture 

** for locks and keys 

" for ice 

ft-f " for subpoenaing witness and attendance of witness 

^^ " for enrolling new constitution 

^H! " for copying and proving journal of convention 

^^B " for distributing copies of new constitution , 



CONVEYING CONVICTS. 

Amount paid sheriffs for conveying convicts to the penitentiary. App. 1851. 

" for conveying insane convicts from the penitentiary to the 

Insane Hospital. App. 1857 



CONTINGENT FUND. 
Amonnt paid for expenses unprovided for by law. App. 1861. 



$22,562 09 
6,000 00 

15 25 

286,292 15 

200 00 

392 46 

121 12 

97 70 

12 48 

$317,204 05 



$4,910 50 



3,167 60 
3,146 60 
1,272 24 

12,496 94 



$29,221 


CO 


4,994 


19 


4,816 


00 


4,363 


95 


2,087 


36 


793 


15 


772 


66 


375 42 


335 


50 


94 


95 


22 


40 


32 


00 


52 


00 


125 


00 


515 


10 


250 


32 


$48,851 


00 


$24,288 


25 


140 


10 


$24,428 


35 


$3,764 30 



14 

Detailed Statement — Continued, 



(JOUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES. 

Amount paid for aid and encouragement to county agricultural societies. 

App. 1861 

" for same. App. 1857 

DISTRIBUTING LAWS AND JOURNALS. 

Amount paid for distributing laws and journals of the 22d General Assembly. 
App. 1849 ■ 

EXECUTIVE MANSION. 

Amount paid for famishing and repairing the house and grounds of the execu- 
tive residence. App. 1861 

for fuel, lights, gardener, and other incidental expenses of the exe- 
cutive mansion. App. 1861 

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. 

Amount paid for salary and expenses of State geologists and asssistants. App. 
1853 

" for walnut cases for geological collection. App. 1861 

" for rent of Masonic Hall for geological collection. App. 1861.. 

" for services of topographer, preparing maps, etc. App. 1853.. 



GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 

Amount paid for per diera of members of the 21st General Assembly. App. 
1867 

" for per diem and mileage of members and officers of 22d Gen 
eral Assembly. App. 1861 

" for per diem and mileage of members and officers of 22d General 
Assembly — called session. App. 1861 

" postmasters, extra clerks, pages, and other employees, 21st Gen- 
eral Assembly. App. 1861 

't. postmasters, extra clerks, pages, and other employees, 22d Gen- 
eral Assembly. App. 1861 

" postmasters, extra clerks, pages, and other employees, 22d Gen- 
eral Assembly — called session. App. 1861 

" for postage for 21st General Assembly. App. 1861 

" " " " 22d " App. 1861 

" " " " '< " called session. App. 1861. 

" " and stationery, 22d General Assembly, special ap- 
propriations. 1861 

" for new.spapers furnished 21st General Assembly. App. 1861 . . 

(I << u u 22d " " • • 

«« " " " " " called session. 
App. 1861 

" ' for stationery furnished 22d General Assembly. App. 1861 

" " << " " " called session. 
App. 1861 

♦' for legislative directories of 22d General Assembly. App. 1861. 

" clergymen, for services as chaplains, 21st General Assembly. 
App. 1861 

♦• clergymen, for services as chaplains, 22d General Assembly. 
App. 1861 



$16,800 00 
100 00 



S16,900 00 



11,800 00 



$10,000 00 


4,500 00 


^14,500 


00 


$9,831 
125 
875 

./5« 


74 
00 
00 
32 


$11,790 


06 


$12 


i 

00 


18,757 


80 


7,291 


00 


6,404 00 


7,986 


50 


574 00 
5,920 72 
3,892 78 

716 75 


5,000 
10,759 
11,756 


00 
84 
15 


74 00 
106 85 


229 25 
360 00 


175 00 


175 00 



15 

Detailed Statement — Continued. 



Amoant paid clergyman, for services as chaplains 22d General Assembly, called 
session. App. 1861 

" committee to visit penitentiary, 21st General Assembly. App. 
1861 

" committee to visit penitentiary, 22d General Assembly. App. 
1861 

*• committee to visit State institutions, at Jacksonville, 2l8t General 
Assembly. App. 1859 

" committee to visit State institutions at Jacksonville, 22d General 
Assembly. App. 1861 

" Governor's private secretary, 22d General Assembly. App. 1861 

" Governor's private secretary, 22d General Assembly, called session. 
App. 1861 

" policemen of State house, 21st General Assembly. App. 1861 . , . 

" policemen of State house, 22d General Assembly. App. 1857. . . 

" for copying laws and journals, 22d General Assembly. App. 1849 

" for making index to laws, 21st General Assembly. App. 1861 . . . 

" for rent of committee rooms, 21st General Assembly. App. 1861 

" for rent of committee rooms, 22d General Assembly. App. 1861 

" for lights, 22d General Assembly. App. 1861 

" for publishing general laws in public newspapers, 22d General As- 
sembly. App. 1861 

" for labor, repairs, etc., 21st General Assembly. App. 1861 

*' for articles furnished, labor performed, etc., for 22d General As- 
sembly. App. 1861 



INCIDENTAL EXPENSES. 

Amoant paid for fuel, repairs, labor, etc., for State house, and printing paper 
for public printing. App. 1849 

" for same and other expenses incurred by the Secretary of State in 
discharge of his duties. App. 1861 

" by Secretary and Treasurer, for repairs in and about State house 
and grounds. App. 1861 



INSANE HOSPITAL. 

Amount'paid for ordinary expenses of hospital. App. 1859 

" for ordinary expenses of hospital. App. 1861 

" for finishing additions to hospital App. 1859 

" for furnishing patients' wards in west wing. App. 1859 

" for furnishing patients' wards in west wing. App. 1861 

" for completing rear building. App. 1861 

" for supplying water. App. 1861 

" for plumbers' work in west wing. App. 1861 

" for furnishing laundry and kitchen. App. 1861 

" for lightning rods to west wing. App. 1861 

" for inclosing private grounds for patients. App. 1861 

" for removal of the privies of the old buildings to the exterior of 

the walls. App. 1861 



$6 00 



INSTITtrriON FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE DEAF AND DUMB. 

Amount paid said institution, for interest on school, college and seminary funds 

App. 1838-9 

" for ordinary expenses of institution. App. 1839 

" for ordinary expenses of institution, App. 1861 



270 00 


510 00 


15 00 


240 00 


288 00 


80 00 


63 00 


235 00 


262 39 


250 00 


68 00 


135 00 


271 95 


600 00 


29 60 


271 60 


$82,616 9S 


$8,917 81 


15,154 45 


892 88 


$24,465 14 


$10,000 00 

78,750 00 

2,693 10 


1,000 00 
2,500 00 


9,715 00 


10,000 00 
2,000 00 


2,000 00 


150 00 


750 00 


1,600 00 


$121,158 10 


$5,741 40 

6,750 00 

49,875 00 



16 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



Imountpaid for repairs for 1861 and 1862. App. 1861 

" for insurance for 1861 and 1862. App. 1861 

" for building barn. App. 1861 

" for coping on area wall around engine house and iron railing 

around the buildings. App. 1861 

" for enlarging cabinet shop. App. 1861 

" for vegetable cellar and ice house. App. 1861 

*♦ for sinking wells and making cisterns. App. 1861 



INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE BLIND. 



Amount paid for expenses of said institution. App. 1859. 
" for expenses of said Institution. App. 1861 . . 



f»fr 



ILLINOIS PENITENTIARY. 



Amount paid for carrying on the work of the new penitentiary. App. 1861 

" for contractors' accepted drafts. App. 1861 

" Sanger & Casey, for money expended in removing convicts from 
Alton, repairing shops and buildings destroyed and damnged 
by fire and otherwise, clothing and cash to discharged convicts, 
burying convicts, stationery furnished convicts, extra expenses 
of warden and hospital department, in consequence of there 
being two prisons, expenses in searching for and retaking es- 
caped convicts, and for amount paid Buckmaster & Wise for 

clothing on convicts. App. 1861 

" to chaplains. App. 1859 



JUDGMENTS, CLERKS' AND SHERIFFS' FEES. 
Amount paid for costs in suits by the State 



MILITIA LISTS. 
Amount paid assessors for enrolling militia. App. 1861. 

MONEY REFUNDED. 



Amount refunded on lands sold in error. App. 1853 

•• , to collectors for overpayments. App. 1853. 



OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE, 

Amount paid for postage. App. 1861 

" for stationery. App. 1861 

" for repairs. App. 1861 

" for furniture. Ap(). 1861 

•' for ice. App. 1861 

" for telegraphing. App. 1861 

** for express charges. App. 1861 



$3,000 00 
1,000 00 
2,000 00 

2,750 00 
1,500 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 



$74,616 40 



$3,000 00 
21,000 00 



$24,000 00 



$224,889 61 
79,210 46 



81,811 V8 
765 00 



$336,376 85 



$1,816 65 



$2,328 69 



$1,206 Wl 


783 08 


$1,989 


45 


$401 


84 


287 


10 


62 20 


209 81 


21 


49 


S3 


84 


3 70 


$999 


64 



17 

Detailed Siateonent — Continued. 



OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Amoant paid for stationery. App. 1849 

" for postage. App. 1849 

" for printing blanks, etc. App. 1849 

*' for furniture. App. 1849 

" for repairs. App. 1849 

" for servicef? of porters. App. 1849 

" for stationery. App. 1861 

•* for postage. App. 1861 

" for printing blanks, etc. App. 1861 

" for furniture. App. 1861 

" for repairs. App. 1861 

" for ice. App. 1861 

" for binding periodicals and books, State library. App. 1861... 

" for legal services and advice rendered in reference to printing 

laws, etc 



OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 

Amoont paid for postage. App. 1849 

" for blank books and stationery. App. 1849 

" for printing blanks, etc. App. 1849 

" for repairs, etc. App. 1849 

'• for candles. App. 1849 

^ ^ *' for postage. App. 1861 

Ijji " for blank books and stationery. App. 1861 

!■ ' " for printing blanks, etc. App. 1861 

" for repairs, etc. App. 1861 , 

" for furniture. App. 1861 

" for ice. App. 1861 

" for telegraphing. App. 1861 

f" f^r list of taxable lands. App. 1861 
" for legal services, conducting suits in revenue, bank and other 
. State cases, and for abstracts of title of lands levied on to 
' satisfy judgments in favor of the State. App. 1861 



OFFICE OF THE STATE TREASURER. 

Amount paid for specie boxes, repairs, etc. App. 1849 

*' for stationery. App. 1849 

*' for furniture. App. 1 849 

" for postage. App. 1849 

" for specie boxes, repairs, etc. App. 1861 

" for stationery. App. 1861 

" for furniture. App. 1861 

" for postage. App. 1861 

*' for printing and advertising. App. 1861 

" for ice. App. 1861 

" for constructing vault for banic department. App. 1861 

" for watchman in office during construction of vault. App. 1861 



OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Amount paid for printing and binding. App. 1857 

" for postage. App. 1857 

" for stationery. App. 1857 



$203 SY 

140 .'j5 

100 60 

286 Oft 

121 65 

2.50 50 

276 60 

531 61 

176 15 

61 15 

21 90 

21 49 

35 60 

26 00 



242 43 



$103 28 
306 05 
130 61 

20 75 
17 95 

349 85 
895 68 
876 76 
147 15 
861 70 

21 49 
9 60 

28 08 



2,096 50 



5, 365 46 



$28 60 
88 60 

117 00 
24 26 

165 22 

114 66 
80 90 
73 00 
61 6a 
21 49 
2, 633 68 
76 00 



^3,373 81 



$1, 729 49 
687 41 
723 80 



18 

Detailed Statement — Continued. 



Amount paid for service of porters. App. 1857 

" for ice. App. 1857 

" for seruices of David R. Ives, as clerk ia office five months. App. 

1861 

" for furniture and repairs. App. 1861 



PUBLIC PRINTING. 

Amount paid for printing laws, journals, reports, and current work of 22nd 

General Assembly, regular and called sessions. App. 1849. . . . 

" for examining, measuring, and estimating work and accounts of 

public printer 



PUBLIC BINDING. 

Amount paid for binding laws, journals and reports, 22nd General Assembly. 
App. 1849 



PENITENTIARY COMMISSIONERS. 

Amount paid for per diem and expenses of Ira A. W. Buck. App. 

" " " Wm. H. Powell. 

" " " George I. Bergen. 

" " " James C. Sloo. 

" " " Wm. McMurtrv. 

" " " Nelson D. Elw'ood, 

" " " Nathaniel Niles. 



PUBLISHING NOTICES. 

Amount paid for advertising proposals for printing, binding, copying and dis- 
tributing laws, for wood, stationery, etc., and proclamations. 
App. 1849 



REPORTS OF THE SUPREME COURT. 
Amount paid for 2,202 volumes Peck's reports. App. 1845 

STATE'S ATTORNEYS' FEES. 

Amount paid for prosecuting suits, and for commissions on moneys collected on 
judgments. App. 1 849 



SUPREME COURT — FIRST DIVISION. 

Amount paid for fuel, lights, stationery, furniture, postage, etc. App. 1849. 

" for improvements to court house. App. 1859 

" for books for law library. App. 1855 

" for services of clerk, as law librarian. App. 1857 

" for attendance of sheriiFd. App. 1838-9 



$253 60 
21 49 

256 05 

100 00 



771 74 



$39,014 93 
102 00 



), 116 93 



$6, 000 00 



. 1857 


$4,680 00 




8,402 00 




2,609 00 




780 00 




549 00 




275 00 




189 00 




$12,484 00 



$642 18 



$11, 010 00 




19 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



SUPREME COURT— SECOND DIVISION. 

Amount paid for furniture stationery, postage, printing, repairs, etc. App. 

1 849 ' 

" for books for law library. App. 1855 

" for services of clerk as law librarian. App. 185*7 

" for attendance of sheriffs. App. 1838-9 



SUPREME COURT— THIRD DIVISION. 

Amount paid for fuel, lights, postage, stationery, furniture printing, etc. App. 

1849 

" for books for law library. App. 1855 

" for services of clerk, as law librarian. App. 1857 

" for attendance of sherifiFs. App. 1838-9 



SALARIES. 

Amount paid for salary of the Governor. App. 1849. 
" " " App. 1861. 



Amount paid for salary of the Secretary of State. App. 1849 

" " " App. 1861 , 

" for clerk hire, 1859, 1860, 1861 and 1862. App. 1861 . 



fl,07l 


8S 


1,286 


76 


400 


00 


168 


00 


$2,926 


69 



$2,394 5t 
372 74 
400 00 
320 00 



$3,487 31 



$500 00 
2,375 00 



2,875 00 



Amount paid for salary of the Auditor of Public Accounts. App. 1849. 

" " " App. 1861. 

" for clerk hire, 1859, 1860, 1861 and 1862. App. 1861 



Amount paid for salary of the State Treasurer. App. 1849 

App. 1861 

for clerk hire, 1859, 1860, 1861 and 1862. App. 1861. 



Amount paid for salary of Superintendent of Publiclnstruction. App. 1857. 
" " «' App. 1861. 

" for clerk hire. App. 1861 

" for traveling expenses. App. 1861 

" for clerk hire and traveling expense?, 1859 and 1860. App. 1861 

" for clerk hire, postage, cuts for report, etc., for 1857 and 1858. 

App. 1861 



Amount paid for salary of superintendent of the pcuitentiary. App. 1857. 



Amount paid for salary of secretary in fund commissioner's office. App. 1861 ^3.510 95 



Amount paid for salary of porters of the State house. App. 1861. 



$400 00 
1,200 00 
2,610 61 



$4,210 61 


$250 00 
1,566 54 
9,835 7» 


$11,652 3S 


$600 00 
1,200 00 
3,252 27 

$5,052 27 



$500 00 

2,250 00 

1,141 66 

225 00 

795 25 

342 00 



$5,253 


91 


$475 00 


$3,510 


95 


$1,681 


i2 



20 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



Amount paid for salary of justice of supreme court, first division. App. 1849. 
" " " " " App. 1861. 



Amount paid for salary of justice supreme court, second division. App. 1849. 
" " " " " App. 1861. 



Araoant paid for salary of justice of supreme court, third division. App. 1849. 
«• " " ♦' " App. 1861. 



Amounl paid for salarv of judge, first circuit. App. 1849. 
" a ' >.<. a _A.pp. 1861. 



second circuit. App. 1849. 
" App. 1861. 



third circuit. App. 1849. 
" App. 1861. 



fourth circuit. App. 1849. 
" App. 1861. 



fifth circuit. App. 1849. 
App. 1861. 



'sixth circuit. App. 1849. 
App. 1861. 



seventh circuit. App. 1849. 
App. 1861. 



eighth circuit. App. 1849. 
' ' App. 1861 . 



ninth circuit. App. 1849. 
App. 1861. 



$350 00 
2,000 00 


$2,350 00 


$360 00 1 
2;000 00 . 


$2,360 00 i 


$400 00 ; 
2,000 00 

$2,400 00 


$760 00 ' 
1,500 00 


$2,250 00 


$500 00 1 

1,500 do ; 


$2,000 00 ; 


$500 00 
1,500 00 

$2,000 00 


$500 00 
1,470 00 


$1,970 00 


$379 18 
1,695 00 


$2,074 13 


$500 00 
1,500 00 


$2,000 00 


$750 00 
1,250 00 


$2,000 00 


" $500 00 
1,695 05 


$2,195 05 


$500 00 
1,500 00 


$2,000 00 



21 

Detailed Statement — Continued. 



Amount paid 
(1 


for salary of judge 
11 II 

II II 
11 11 

11 it 
11 II 

» II 

II II 

It 11 

II II 

IC CI 

II II 

II II 
II II 

II II 

II (1 

IC II 

CI II 

II II 

IC II 

II IC 
CI II 

II IC 
l( IC 


tenth circuit. App. 1 849 


$529 89 
1,500 00 


" App. 1861 




eleventh circuit App. 1849 




$2,029 89 


<( 


$500 00 
1,500 00 

$2,000 00 


(t 


" App. 1861 




twelfth circuit. App. 1849 


u 


$375 00 
1,250 00 


<l 


" App. 1861 




thirteenth circuit. App. 1849 




1,625 00 


« 


$500 00 
1,331 5a 


II 
II 

II 

11 

II 
II 

11 

II 

i 

i " 

! " 

1- 


" App. 1861 


fourteenth circuit. App. 1849 


$1,831 61 


$500 00 
1,500 00 

$2,000 00 


" App. 1861 


fifteenth circuit. App. 1849 


$350 Oo 
1,690 00 


" App. 1861 


Bixteenth circuit. App. 1849 


$2,040 00 

$500 00 
1,500 00 


" App. 1861 


scYcnteenth circuit. App. 1849. 


$2,000 00 

$500 00 
1,500 00 

-i' 2,000 00 

$250 00 
1,500 00 

$1,750 00 

$500 00 
927 67 


" App. 1861 


eighteenth circuit. App. 1849 


" App. 1861 


nineteenth circuit. App. 1849 


" App. 1861 


twentieth circuit. App. 1849 .» . . 

" App. 1861 ..'. 


$1 427 67 


$500 00 
1,500 00 


twenty-first circuit. App. 1861 




$2,000 00 


$500 00 


*' App. 1849 


1,500 00 




$2,000 00 
\ 



22 

Detailed Statement — Continued. 



Amount paid for salary of judge, twenty-second circuit. App. 1849. 
«• '* " " App. 1861. 



twenty-third circuit. App. 1 849 . 
" App. 1861. 



twenty -fourtli circuitv App. 1849. 
" App. 1861. 



twenty-fifth circuit. App. 1849. 
" App. 1861. 



twenty -sixth circuit App. 1849. 
' ' App. 1861. 



twenty-seventh circuit. App. 1861, 
twenty-eighth circuit. App. 1861., 



John M. Wilson, justice of superior court of Chicago, 

App. 1859 

John M. Wilson, justice of superior court of Chicago. 

App. 1861 

Van H. Higgins, justice of superior court of Chicago. 

App. 1859 

Van H. Higgins, justice of superior court of Chicago, 

App. 1861 

Grant Goodrich, juistice of superior court of Chicago, 

App. 1859 

Grant Goodrich, justice of superior court of Chicivgo. 

App. 1861 



judge of recorder's court of the citv of Chicago. App. 

1853 .' 

judge of recorder's court of the city of Chicago. App. 

1861 



judge of recorder's court of the cities of Peru and La 

Salle. App. 1859 

judge of recorder's court of the cities of Peru and La 
■ Salle. App. 1861 



judge of the court of common pleas of the city of 
Cairo. App. 1855 




23 

Detailed Statement — Continued. 



}aut paid 


for salary of judge of the court of common pleas of the city of 
Cairo. App. 1861 , 


$1, 600 00 




' • judge of the court of common pleas of 
Aurora. App. 1859 


Elgin 


and 




S2, 000 00 




$000 00 
1 500 on 




' ' judge of the court of common pleas of Elgin 
Aurora. App. 1861 


and 




' ' judge of Alton citr court. App. 1859 
•' ♦♦ " '" App. 1861 

" Btate's attorney, first circuit. App. 18 
" «« " App. 18 

** •' second circuit. App. 
«' " " App. 

' • " third circuit App. 

App. 

" " foarth circuit. App. 

App. 

" * ' fifth circuit App. 

App. 

' * " fiixth circuit. App. 

App. 

" ' • eeventh circuit App. 

App. 

" ♦' eighth circuit App. 

App. 

" ♦ • ninth circuit App. 

App. 






$2, 000 00 




$500 00 
1 500 00 










53 








$2, 000 00 




$375 00 
796 45 




31 






1853. 
1861. 

1853. 
1861. 

185?. 
1861. 

1853. 
1861. 

1853. 
1861. 

1853. 


... 






$1,171 46 




$250 00 
760 00 




$1, 000 00 




$260 00 
745 00 




$996 00 




$375 00 
750 00 




$1, 126 00 




$150 00 
760 00 

$900 00 




$250 00 
750 00 




$1,000 00 
$301 27 




1861. 

1863. 
1861. 

1853. 
1861. 




736 41 
$1,037 68 




$250 00 
749 77 

$999 11 




$300 00 
760 00 




$1,050 00 



24: 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



AtDOunt paid 1 


or salary of etate 

u 

« 
11 

It 
11 

(1 

K 

11 

{( 

K 
« 

« 

« 

« 

l< 

i( 

It 

(( 

tl 

tt 


's atto 
11 

11 
11 

tt 
i< 

It 

II 

11 

CI 

l< 

(t 

11 

<I 

II 
it 

II 
11 

11 
II 

II 

II 

It 

CI 

CI 


iney, tenth circuit. App. 1853 


$250 00 
750 00 


t( 


" App. 1861 




eleventh circuit. App. 1853 

" App. 1861 

twelfth circuit App 1853 






$1,000 00 




$125 00 
750 00 




$875 00 


tt 


$365 86 
1,007 16 


II 


" App 1861 




thirteenth circuit App. 1853 

" App. 1861 

fourteenth circuit. App. 1853 

App. 1861 

fifteenth circuit. App 1853 




$1,373 01 


It 


$225 00 
750 00 




$975 00 


II 
u 


$250 00 
725 00 




$9/5 00 


II 


$250 00 
750 00 


11 


App. 1861 

sixteenth circuit. App. 1853 

" App, 1861 

seventeenth circuit. App. 1853 

App. 1861 

eighteenth circuit. App. 1853 

" App. 1861 

nineteenth circuit. App. 1858 

" App. 1861 

twentieth circuit. App. 1853 

" App. 1861 

twenty-first circuit. App. 1853 

" App. 1861 

twenty-second circuit. App. 1853... 




$1,000 00 


II 

iC 


$250 00 
750 00 




$1,000 00 


11 


$250 00 
750 00 




$1,000 00 


II 
11 


$175 00 
1,000 00 




$1,175 00 


II 
11 


$205 00 
710 23 




$915 23 


(1 

It 


$225 00 
750 00 




$975 00 


a, 


$250 00 
850 00 




$1,100 00 


M 


$250 00 



25 

Detailed Statement — Continued. 



Amount paid for 


salary c 

(1 

« 

<( 

i( 
(I ' 

(I 
11 

<( 
(( 
<i 

(C 

« 
II 

.( 
II 

l( 
II 

II 


f states attorney, twenty-second circuit. App. 1861. . 

" twenty third circuit. App. 1853 

App. 1861 

" twenty-fourth circuit. App. 1853 

" " App. 1861.... 

" twenty-fifth circuit. App. 1853 

" • " App. 1861 

" twenty-sixth circuit. App. 1853.... 
App. 1861 

" twenty-seventh circuit. App. 1861.. 

" twenty-eighth circuit. App. 1861... 

prosecuting attorney of superior court of Chicago. 
App. 1857 


750 00 




$1,000 00 


« 


$250 00 
730 76 




$980 76 




$250 00 
750 00 




$1,000 00 




$125 00 
409 63 




$534 63 


it 


$250 00 
810 00 




$1,060 00 


II 


$713 31 


4( 


$584 24 


« 


$125 GO 




prosecuting attorney of superior court of Chicago. 
App. 1861 


368 21 




prosecuting attorney of recorder's court of Chicago. 
App. 1858 




" 


$493 21 




$250 00 


(( 


prosecuting attorney of recorder's court of Chicago. 
App 1861 


786 41 




prosecuting attorney of recorder's court of the cities 
of Peru and LaSalle. App 1859 






$986 41 


« 


$50 00 


<l 


prosecuting atterney of recorder's court of the 
cities of Peru and LaSalle. App. 1861 

prosecuting attorney of court of common pleas city 


325 00 




$375 00 


(( 


$250 00 


It 


prosecuting attorney of court of common pleas city 
of Cairo. App. 1861 


750 00 




prosecuting attorney of the Alton city court App. 
1859 






$1,000 00 


«( 


$208 33 



A— 2 



26 

Detailed Statement — Continued. 



Amount paid for salary of proaeciitino; attorney of the Alton city court. App. 

1861 '. '. 

" " the adjutant general of the Illinois militia. App. 
1845 

SPECIAL FUNDS. 

Amount of warrants issued for/)ro rata payments on Stnte indebtedness pre- 
s nted at the Auditor's office, January 1, 1861. 

App. 1849 '. 

* " " on the order of the Governor, for State debt fund, 

to purchase State indebt'jdness. App. 1857. . . . 

" " on the order <if the Governor, for State debt, fund, 
to red^v'ra bond?:, under procl.imation of January 
10, 1860. App 1837 

" " for State debt fund, loaned and transferred to rev- 
enue fund. App. 1861 

" " for State debt fund 

" " for interest on State indebtedness, paid in N. Y 

*' *' for transporting coin to New York, and other 

expen.-^es of miking payni'^nt of interest. .. 

" " for interest on State indebtedness, paid at the treas- 
ury 

" " for over payments on collectors' accounts. App. 
1853 

" " for interest fund 

" " to collectors, for over-payments on account for 
school fund 

" " in payment for State indebtedness, purchased by 

the Governor, with the Central railroad fund. 

" " for payment of principal and interest of State 
bonds, redeemed under the Governor's proclama- 
tion of January 10, 1860 

" " for advertising proclamation and expenses of re- 
demption 

Amount of warrants issued for Central railroad fund 

Amount of warrants issued for State land fund, loaned to and transferred to the 
revenue fund. App. 1861 

Amount of warrants issued for delinquent land tax fund, loaned to and trans- 
ferred to revenue fund. App. 1861 

WAR FUND ACCOUNTS. 
COMMISSIONERS OF THE WAR FUND. App. 1861. 

Amount paid to Charles H. Lanphier, for services as commissioner to audit war 
accounts 

Amount paid William Thomas, for sime 

" James H. Wood worth, for same ■ 

" Richard Tliomas, for same 

" George Judd, for services as secretary to commissioners 



750 00 


$958 33 


$46 


02 


$1G,614 


68 


99,816 


72 


8,080 


00 


515,950 


81 


$640,462 


21 


$1,259,203 


88 


3,148 


00 


72,688 


95 


3,112 


58 


$1,338,153 41 


$284,643 40 


$38,681 


86 


26,260 


00 


388 


85 


$65,330 71 




$231 


30 


$3, 993 00 


$2,145 


00 


1,325 


00 


1,435 


00 


100 


00 


2,585 


00 



27 
Detailed Statement — Continued. 



Amount paid John J. Hardin, services as cleik in office. ...,...,.., 

T. W. Chenerv, " " 

John B. Whitney, " " 

" Robert F. Tansey, " " 

T. H. Cavanaugh, " " 

" L. V. Parsons, " " 

John Moses, " " 

" M. H. L. Scliooley, " " 

»" T. H. Cavanaugh, jr., " " 
Wni. B. Fondey, '= " 
'■' " Isaac R:iw lings, " " 
D. Roberts, " " 
S. W. NeeJy, " " 

" for services of office porter 

" for stationery, postage, printing, fuel, lights, furniture, rent of 
office, etc 



DISCHARGED VOLUNTEERS. 

Amount paid to members of companies which reported for active duty at 
Spiingtield or Cairo, and who were not mustered into the ser 
vice of the United States 



ILLINOIS VOLUNTEERS— QUARTERMASTER'S DEPARTMENT. 

Amount paid for clothing, transportation, camp equipage, forage, equipments, 
and other expenses of Quaneimaster's department 

ILLINOIS VOLUNTEERS— SUBSISTENCE DEPARTMENT. 

Amount paid for subsistence, medical supplies, etc 

ILLINOIS VOLUNTEERS— ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT. 

Amount paid for ordnance stores, arms, powder, lead, bullets, shot, manufac- 
_. ture of cartridge.-*, ammunition, etc 

ILLINOIS VOLUNTEERS— INCIDENTAL EXPENSES. 

Amount paid for salary of Commissary General and assistants, clerks and 
employees in office and in camps. Assistant Quartermasters 
Gener.il, clerks, agents, employees, etc., of Quartermaster Gen- 
eral, in office, store and camps — clerks, messengers and others, 
employed by the Governor and Adjutant General, and for tele- 
■*•" graphing, printing, stationery, postage, etc., for militarv offices. 

K. 

MILITARY CONTINGENT FUND. 

Amount paid on orders of the Governor, for salary of Adjutant General, 
Quartermaster General and Commissary General, and their 
assistants, clerks and employees, messi ngers on public service 
by order of the Governor, for nurses, medical stores, suigical 
and other aid to sick and wounded Hlinois soldiers, transporta- 
tion of sick and wounded soldiers, and for the contingent 
expenses of the executive department 

MAGAZINE AND ARMS. 

Amount paid John Tillson, for services as commissioner 

" James H. Stokes, " " 



$1,728 


00 


1,373 


00 


1,172 


00 


1 ,044 


00 


705 


00 


365 


00 


308 


00 


304 


00 


177 


00 


56 


00 


48 


00 


24 


00 


20 


00 


769 


50 


2,000 


11 


$17,683 


61 



5.784 00 



,131,950 44 



140,136 2.''. 



$135,352 20 



$129,687 89 



$49,788 63 



$500 00 
500 00 



28 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



Amount paid William Shepherd, for services as commissioner. 
" for arms pm'chased by commissioners 



STATE MILITIA— QUAKTERMASTER'S DEPARTMENT. 



Amount paid for clothing, transportation, equipments, forage, camp equipage, 
and other expenses of quartermaster's department, for troops 
raised under State laws 



STATE MILITIA— SUBSISTENCE DEPARTMENT. 

Amount paid for subsistence, medical supplies, etc., for troops raised under 
State laws 



STATE MILITIA— ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT. 

Amount paid for ammunition, artillery equipments and repairing arms, for 
troops raised under State laws 



STATE MILITIA— INCIDENTAL EXPENSES. 

Amount paid for services of quartermasters, commissaries, clerks and others 
employed in camps, printing, telegraphing, postage, stationery, 
and other incidental expenses, for troops raised under State 
laws 



STATE MILITIA— PAY ROLLS. 

Amount of warrants issued for payment of troops raised under State laws, viz : 

First Congressional District Regiment 

Second " " 

Third " " 

Fourth " " 

Fifth " " 

Sixth " " 

Seventh " " 

Eighth " " 

Ninth " " 

Regiment for the State at large 

Cavalry regiment 

Artillery battalion 

State troops, on special service under the Governor's proclamation, issued 
April 16th, 1861 



Total amount of warrants drawn on the war fund. 



$500 00 
39,418 93 



$40,918 93 



,001 21 



,599 47 



,123 06 



$5,821 13 

6,729 87 

12,997 68 

5,394 80 

6,255 77 

6,807 77 

18,213 33 

13,415 68 

4,183 00 

11,242 05 

11,916 63 

6,032 15 

5,456 31 



$109,466 17 



$3,899,311 78 



29 



Ko. 4. 

STATEMENT of ivarrants drawn on the Treasury^ on account of 
the contingent fund, from the 1st day of December, i860, to the ZQth 
day of November, 1862. 



Date. 



1861, April 15 



18 



29 



May 



15 



16 



June 

August 
Sept. 



28 



Decern. 14 



1862, Feb'y 
f • ' March 

% ' ' May 

" July 



To whom issued, and on what account. 



♦ ' August 
' ' Sept 



19 



10 



To Milton Hay, for expenses of going to New York, to take 
deposition of Peter 0. Strang — People vs. 0. F. Lowe 

To Tlioraas S. Mather, for collecting State arms 

To Richard Yates, Governor, for expenses of messenger to 
Washington City 

To Hall Wilson, for expenses, proceeding to Cairo, to prepare 
for invasion 

To J. W. Shaffer, for expenses of messenger to Carroll county, 
with notice of special election for Representative 

To Richard Yates, Governor, for expenses to Convention of Gov- 
ernors, at Cleveland, and of Gov. Keorner, messenger to Wash- 
ington City 

*To William Butler, for expenses to New York, to procure 
blanks for State bonds* 

To William E. Norton, for services as messenger in the Gover- 
nor's office 

To John A. McClernand, for expenses as messenger to Washing- 
ton City and other places 

To W. B. Keen, for stationery for Governor's office 

To J. Grimshaw, for services during session Geneial Assembly, 
1861, attorney for State in relation to Macahister & Stebbius 
bonds, etc 

To Wm. N. Rutledge for 40 days' services as messenger in Gov- 
ernor's office 

To James C. Conklin, for examining claims arising out of Thorn- 
ton loan 

To William Butler, for expenses of J. W. Whipp and 0. H. 
Browning, investigating canal office and telegraphing 

To Geo. M. Brinkerhoff, for copying bond and mortgages of J. 
A. Matteson and wife to State (to be used in suits.) 

To James C. Conkling, for examining papers, and adjusting 
cliiims under Thornton loan 

To William Butler, Treasurer, for money advanced Hay & Cul- 
loui, for expenses examining records of diflcrent counties. 
State vs. J. A. Matteson 

To John W. Whipp, for services as Secretary of Commissioners 
for issue of refunded stock, to February 28, 1862 

To Allen C. Fuller, for account of expenses, disbursements, etc., 
as Adjutant Generiil 

To John W. Whipp, for services as secretary to Commissioners 
for refunding Illinois stocks, to date 

To John j^rmstrong, for postage for Adjutant General's office 

To John Armstrong, for postage for Adjutant General's office 

To John Armstrong, for postage for Adjutant General's office 

To John Armstrong, for postage for Adjutant General's office 

To George Bull, for expenses incurred and to be incurred ferret- 
ing out a gang of counterfeiters 

To John Armstrong, for postage stamps furnished Adjutant 
General's office 

To D. P. Fyffe, for establishing a Sanitary depot, at Cairo, and 
its expenses 



*This warrant refunded to the Treasury, as will appear in 
Statement No. 1. 



30 



Statement — Continued. 



Date. 



1S62, Sept. 26 
Oct. 9 
14 

" 14 

" 18 
Novem. 1 



To whom issued, and on what account. 



To John Armstrong, for postage for Adjutant General's oflSce. . 

To John Armstrong, for postage for Executive office 

To Uiiiti'd Stales Express Co., for transporting paclcages for E.-c- 

ecutive office 

To Milton Hay, for expenses to be incurred going to Chicago — 

suit vs. J. A. Matteson . . . 

To Lewis & Co., for piinting circulars, and Governor's procla- 

lUHtions 

To United States Express Co., for cliaiges on packages sent from 

Goveriiur's office , 

Toti] 



Amount 




$100 00 
128 00 


45 


55 


50 


00 


30 


TS 


C8 


50 


.$3,764 


30 



31 



No. 5. 



STATE2fENT of the amoxint of icarrants outstanding on the first day 
of December^ 1860, a)id the amount outstanding on the thirtieth day of 
November^ 1802. 



Amount of warrant-! oiit-tnnding December 1, 1S60 

" i.-sued fVom December 1, 18G0, to November SO, 1862.. . . 



received into the treasury, canceled and deposited in tlic 
Audiro 's (tfflee, from December 1, 1800, to November 
30, 1862 



Total amount of revenue fund warrants outstanding, December 1, 1862. 
" war " " " " 



810,809 62 
7,577,4. )4 68 



§7,588,214 30 



7,279,051 97 



$309,162 33 



S5,o45 81 
303,616 52 



$309,162 33 



1^0.6. 

REDEMPTION MONET. 



Amount of redemption monev received from minor heirs, in the trcasurv, Decem- 
ber 1, 1860 '. .'. 



Balance in treasury, December 1, 1862. 



$342 31 



8342 31 



\ 



32 



STAT E^fEWT showing the condition of the school, college and seminary 
funds on the 1st day of Deceniher, 1862, including the amount received 
since Zthe 0th day of November, 1860. 



1862. Dec. 1, 

1860. " 

C ( (1 

1861. Feb. 14. 



Amount of surplus revenue credited to the school 
fund 

Amount of seminary fund 

Amount of 3 per cent, fund credited to the school 
fund, as per Auditor's report of this date 

Amount of 3 per cent, fund credited to the college 
fund, as per Auditor's report, of this date 

Amount of interest added to principal, pursuant to 
act of the Legislature, of this date 



Total amount of school, college and seminary funds 
this day 



$122, 60*7 54 
33,956 82 



?335, 592 32 
59,838 n% 

613,118 IT 



156, 564 36 



1,165,113 57 



33 



No. 8. 

A STATEMENT showing the State indebtedness purchased ly the Gov- 
ernor of the State of Illinois.^ canceled and deposited luith the Auditor 
of Public Accounts, and paid for out of Sate debt fund : 




January 2, 1861. 



17, 



18, - 



From Jacob Bunn, refunded stock, payable after 1862, Nos. 
49, 50, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 13*7, 138, 139, 140, 
141, 142, 143, 144, 145, 146, 14*7, 148, 149, 174, 175, 176, 
177, 178, 179, 180, 181, 200, 201, 202, 203, 204, 205, 206, 
207, 208, 209, 210, 211, 257, 258, 259, 260, 261, 2o2, 263, 
264, 265, 266, 267, 268, 269, 270, 271, 272, 273, 274, $,1000 
each, $60,000, at par. Cost 

From W. A. S. Van Duzer, refunded stock, payable after 
1860, No. 8, $1,000, at par. Cost ! 

From W. A. S. Van Duzer, balance certificates of new inter- 
nal improvement stock, $146 68; balance interest bonds, 
$86 67; balance interest bonds, $150 56; balance interest 
bonds of 1857, $172 75— $556 66, at par. Cost 

From 0. M. Hatch, attorney, certificate for balance new inter- 
nal improvement stock, $659 76, at par. Cost 

From A. A. Kankin, internal improvement scrip. No. 1,197 B. 
Principal $100 00. Interest $127 80. Total $227 80, at 
par. Cost 

From Willis Willard, refunded stock, payable after 1862, Nos. 
823 and 824, $1,000 each, principal, and |30 each, interest. 
Total $2,600, at par. Cost 

From Jacob Bunn, refunded stock, payable after 1862, Nos. 1, 
335, 597, 734, 825, 826, 827, 828, 829, 830, 851, 832, 833, 
834, 835, 836, 837, 838, 839, 840, 841, 842, 844, 860, 861, 
862, 863, 896, 897, 898, 899, 900, 901, 902, and Illinois 
and Michigan canal bond. No. 200. Principal, $1,000 each, 
and interest, $2 50 each. Total principal, $35,000. Total 
interest, $87 50, at par. Cost 

From Wm. A. Hacker, internal improvement scrip. No. 2,383, 
B. Principal $100. Interest, $125. Total, $225, at par. 
Cost 

Total 



3«>, 000 00 
1,000 00 

556 66 
659 76 

227 80 

2,060 00 



35,087 50 
225 00 



), 816 72 



A— 4 



No. 9. 

A STATE31ENT showing the State mdebtedness purchased hy the Gov- 
enor of the State of Illinois^ canceled and dej^osited with the Auditor 
of Fuhlic Accounts, and paid foi' out of the Central Railroad Fund: 



When purchased. 



December 4, 1860. 

6, " 
" 18, " 
" 24, " 



31, " 
January 26,1861 
" 28, " 



(1 ( ( 



February 5, " 
" 6, " 



( ( ( ( 1 < 



Frnin whom purchased — description of stock, etc. 



From J. W. Whipp, attorney, certificate for balance of inter- 
est bonds, $2 64, at par. Cost 

From John Moore, certificate for balance arrears of interest 
to Barret Ames, $149 10, at par. Cost 

From Jacob Bunn, certificate for arrears of interest on cer- 
tificate new internal improvement stock. No. 2,135 ; D. L. 
Gold, administrator for |ol4 91, at par. Cost 

Fiom J, G. King's Sons, etc., certificate for arrears of inter 
est on Nos. 328 and 329, new internal improvement bonds, 
$726 00, at par. Cost 

From J. W. Whipp, attorney, Illinois and Michigan canal 
bonds registered, Nos. 121, "21*7, 458,459,460,461 and 132. 
Principal, $750 00 each i interest, $22 50 each ; Illinois 
and Michigan canal bonds, Nos. 385, 827, 828, 829, 830, 
831 ; principal, $1,000 00 each ; interest, $30 00 each ; 
certificates new internal improvement stock, Nos. 2081, 
2082, 2083, $159 12 each; interest bonds of 1847, No. 
1428, for $601 17 ; No. 1870 for $870 89 ; certificates of 
new internal improvement stock, Nos, 925 and 926, for 
$202 37 each ; No. 542 for $1,000 00 ; Nos. 278 and 279 
for $480 00 each; interest bond of 1847, No. 1411, for 
$90.0 00 ; total principal and interest, $16,801 66, at 
par. Cost 

From J, Wescott, per Wm. Butler, internal improvement 
scrip, No. 1675, $189 82, principal; $235 37, interest; 
total, $425 19, at par. Cost , 

From S. Hallidav, agent, 14 coupons Illinois and Michigan 
canal bond of 1847, No. 647, $30 00 each; total, $420 00, 
less $57 00, paid— $363 00, at par. Cost 

From R. Irwin, secretary, certificate for arrears of interest in 
name of Edward A. I'helps, $726 00, at par. Cost 

From Wm. B. Ogden, interest certificates Illinois and Michi- 
gan canal stock, Nos. 172, 173, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178, for 
$100 00 each, and No. 179 for $180 00 ; total, $880, at 
par. Cost 

From L. S. Church, interest certificate Illinois and Michigan 
canal stock. No. 1250, for $440 00, at par. Cost 

From Theron Pardee, certificate for balance new internal 
improvement stock, $205 29, at par. Cost 

From James J. Justice, internal improvement scrip, Nos. 340, 
A, 341 B, 342 A. Principal, $100 each. Interest, $128 25 
each ; Nos. 2324 B, and 2323 A ; principal, $100 00 each ; 
interest, $127 15 each; No. 4863 B, principal $100 00; 
interest, $121 06 ; No. 4916 B, principal, $100 00 ; inter- 
est, $120 50; No. 1435, principal, $132 14; interest, $167 
95, and No. 1440; principal, $108 28 ; interest, $135 65 ; 
total, $2,124 63, at par. Cost 

From T. A. Marshall, refunded stock, payable after 1869, Nos. 
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 ; principal, $1000 00 each ; interest, $6 00 
each ; 'total, $6036 00 at par. Cost 

From Morris Slate, interest certificate canal stock, No. 377, 
$16 25 ; No. 379, $16 40 ; No. 460, $5 00 ; No. 462, $1 59; 
total, $39 24, at par. Cost 



35 

Statemeiit — Continued. 



When purchased. 



February 9, 


1861. 


< ( 


27, 


1 i 


K 






March 


13, 


' ' 


April 


13, 


1862. 


( ( 


16, 


1861. 


May 


31, 


1 1 


June 

1 ( 


1, 
5, 


( 1 
1 1 


February 22 


1 ( 


NoTemb'r 4, 


( ( 



From whom purchased — description of stock, etc. 



March 1, 1862 



( < I ( i 



< ( < 1 ( 



Tune 2, ' 
3, ' 

^'ovemb'r25, ' 



From 0. F. D. Grant, executor, per Wm. Butler, Treasurer, 
certificate for arrears of interest, in name of 0. F. D. 
Grant, executor, |435 60, at par. Cost 

From Charles Ridgely, internal improvement scrip, Xo. 2065 
A; principal, $48 00 ; interest, $115 25; No. 5660, B; 
piincipal all paid; interest, $103 52; total, $266 TY, at 
par. Cost 

From N. II. Ridgely, internal improvement scrip, No. 2Y29 B, 
interest, $109 30; No. 1Y76, interest, $185 43; total' 
$294 73, at par. Cost 

From Jacob Bunn, interest certificate canal stock. No. 518j 
$80 76 ; Nos. 896 and 897, $100 00 each ; total, $280 76^ 
at par. Cost 

From L. P. Clover, attorney, certificate for arrears of interest 
on new internal improvement stock, No. 1158, for $1000 00 
in name of Josephine Boyd, $363 00, at par. Cost 

From John W. Whipp, new internal improvement stock, No. 
2069, $1,376 64, and interest bond of 1847, No. 892, $606 
87; total, $1,983 51, at 98 cents. Cost '.!.., 

From Jacob Bunn, for Daniel L. Gold, administrator, certifi 
cate for arrears of interest, $314 90, at par. Cost 

From J. W. Whipp, attorney, certificate for balance of new 
internal improvement stock, $4 46 ; certificate for balance 
interest bonds, $2 38 ; total, $6 84, at par. Cost 

From L. S. Church, Illinois and Michigan canal scrip, No. 
3492, $100 00 principal; $125 85 interest; total, $225 85 
at par. Cost 

From B. F. Carver and Willis Willard, Illinois new refunded 
stock, payable after 1860, No. 6, $1,000 Illinois new refund- 
ed stock, payable after 1862, Nos. 65, 696 and 697, for 
$1,000 each, and Illinois new refunded stock, payable after 
1870, No. 54, for $1000 00; total, $5,000 00, at par. 
Cost 



Amount, 



From Jesse K. Dubois, Auditor, in trust for Lake Michigan 
Banc, certificate for balance, new internal improvement 
stock, $118 94, at 85 cents. Cost 

From Jesse K. Dubois, Auditor, in trust for Bank o/ Indem 
nity, certificate for balance new internal improveme t stock 
for $18 17, at 85 cents. Cost 

From Jesse K Dubois, Auditor in trust for Chicago Bank, 
certificate for balance new internal improvement sto> Ic for 
$50 76, at 85 cents. Cost 

From Jesse K. Dubois, Auditor, in trust for Pittsfield B -I'k', 
certificate for balance interest bonds, 87 cents, at 85 cents' 
Cost 



From Jesse K. Dubois, Auditor, in trust for Bank of Indem- 
nity, certificate for balance interest bonds, $122 28, at 85 
cents. Cost 

From Jesse K. Dubois, attorney, certificate for balance new 
internal improvement stock, '$16 38, at 93 cents. Cost.. 

From Jesse K. Dubois, Auditor, in trust for Illinois State 
Bank, certificate for balance new internal improvement 
stock, $23 06, at 92 cents. Cost 

From 0. H. Miner, certificate for balance of interest bonds 
of 1847, $15 10, at par. Cost 



$435" 60 



266 


77 


294 73 


280 


76 


363 


00 


1,943 


85 


314 


90 


6 


84 


225 


85 



5,000 


00 


101 


10 


15 


44 


43 


14 




74 


103 


94 


15 


23 



Total $38,681 86 



21 21 
15 10 



No. 10. 

STATEMENT showing the numbers and amount of Interest Bonds of 
1857, redeemed at the Treasury of the State of Illinois^ in the city of 
Springfield, under the Governor'' s ^proclamation of January 10, 1860, 
jpaidfor with the State debt fund, canceled and deposited in the Au- 
ditor'^s office. 



Numbers, 1368, 1369, 1370, 1371. 4 bonds of $1,000 00 each, issued to Jo- 
seph Thurston. Amount of principal, |4,000 00. Amount of interest accrued, 
$40 00 

Numbers, 332, 333, 334, 335, 4 bonds of $1,000 00 each, issued to Josiah 
McRoberts. Amount of principal, $4,000 00. Amount of interest accrued, 
$40 00 

Total 



g4,040 00 
4,040 00 



$8,080 00 



37 



No. 11. 



SATEMENT showing the numbers and amount of Interest bonds of 
1857, redeemed at the Treasury of the State of Illinois, in the city of 
Springfield, under the Governor s 'proclamation of Janua>-y 10th, 1S60, 
paid for ivith the Central Railroad fund, canceled and deposited in 
the Auditor s office. 



Numbers, SIT, 818, 819, 820, 821, 822, 6 bonds of 1,000 00 each, issued to 
W. C. Pickersgill ; amount of principal, $6,000 00 ; amount of interest ac- 
crued, $60 00 

Number 1113, one bond of $1,000 00, issued to William C. Pickersgill ; amount 
of principal, §1,000 ; amount of interest accrued, $10,00 

Numbers 1158, 1159, 1160, 1161, four bonds of $1,000 00 each, issued to Ed- 
ward Coles ; amount of principal, $4,000 00 , amount of interest accrued, 
$40 00 

Numbers 1318, 1319, 1320, 1565, four bonds of $1,000 00 each, issued to N. 
r. Lassen ; amount of principal, $4,000 00 ; amount of interest accrued, 



$40 00. 



Numbers 1222, 1223, two bonds of $1,000 00 each, issued to John Law Baker, 
of London ; amount of principal $2,000 00 ; amount of interest accrued, 
$20 00 



Numbers IBT, 188, two bonds of $1,000 00 each, issued to E. W. Clarke, Dodge 

& Co.; amount of principal, $2,000 00 ; amount of interest accrued $20 00. . 
Numbers 1137, 1138, 1139, three bonds of $1,000 00 each, issued to Barret 

Ames ; amount of principal, $,3000 00 ; amount of interest accrued, $30 00. 
Number 1116, one bond of $1,000 00, issued to Robert McMurry; amount of 

principal, $1,000 00 ; amount of interest accrued, $10 00 

Number 1542, one bond of $1,000 00, issued to Morris Prevost &; Co., of London ; 

amount of principal, $1,000 00 ; amount of interest accrued, $10 00 

Numbers eYS, 676, two bonds of $1,000 00 each, issued to John Crawford ; 

amount of principal, $2,000 00 ; amount of interest accrued, $20 00 



Amount of bonds redeemed. 



$6,060 00 


1,010 


00 


4,040 


00 


4,040 


00 


2,020 


00 


2,020 


00 


3,030 00 


1,010 


00 


1,010 


00 


2,020 


00 



I 



38 



No. 12. 

STATEMENT of Bonds presented for dividend at the office of 
the Auditor of PMic Accounts^ on the first day of January^ 1861, 
the ])rincipal of which vms 'paid infull^ from the proceeds of the tioo 
mill tax for the extinguishment of the 'public debt. 






Kind of bonds, numbers, amounts, and by whom presented. 



Amount. 



New internal improvement bonds, presented by H. 0. Scboolfield — Nos. 34 and 
2609, for $159 12, eacb 

New internal improvement bonds, presented by Thurman & Scboolfield — Nos. 
638, 813, 814, 1146, 1147, 1674, 1675, and 1676, for $159 12; each 

Interest bonds, presented by Henry 0. Scboolfield — Nos. 143, 144, 937, 1352, 
and 1364, for $1,000.00 each, and No. 2600, for $600 00 

Interest bonds, presented by Thurman & Scboolfield — Nos. 736 for $509.00, and 
737 for |o37 64 

New internal improvement bonds, presented by Robert McMurry — Nos. 1132, 
2194, and 2195, for $480 00, each 

New internal improvement bonds, presented by the Auditor of Public Accounts, 
in trust for the Bank of the Republic— Nos'. 1758, 6019, 6020, and 6026, for 
$1,000 00, each " 

Interest bonds, presented by the Auditor of Public Accounts, in trust for the 
Bank of the Republic— Nos. 474 and 2351, for $729.40, each. No. 2272 for 
$767 04, and No. 2519 for $720 00 



Total $16,614 68 



$318 24" 

1,272 96 

5,600 00 

1,037 64 

1,440 00 

4,000 00 

2,945 84 



39 

No. 13. 

TABULAR STATEMENT of the numher and value of domestic animak, 
and average value per head ; miviher and value of enumerated articles, and 
average value of each article; the vcdue of merchandise, han/cers' property, 
manufactured articles, moneys and credits, bonds, stocJcs, d'c, unenumerated 
property town lots and lands, and railroad property, listed for taxation, in 
the several counties, for the year 1860, and of the number of acres in cultiva- 
tion in wheat, corn and other field products, in 1859, as returned to the Audi- 
tor's office, Illinois. 



County. 



Adams 

City of Quincy. 

Alexander 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign . . . . 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford , 

Cumberland. . . . 

DeKalb 

DeWitt 

Douglass 

Du Page 

Edgar 

Edwards 

Effingham 

Fayette 

Foi-d 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 

' Henderson 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Jersey 

JoDayiess 

Johnson 

Kane , 

Kankakee . . . . , 
Kendall 







Horses. 








No. 


Value. 


Ayerage 
value. 


Xo. 


11,478 


$418,449 


§36 45 


25, 624 


571 


21 


722 


38 04 


630 


596 


31 


475 


52 81 


2,294 


5,212 


183 


935 


35 29 


11 


885 


4 


60S 


143 


857 


31 22 


12 


507 


3 


637 


145 


301 


39 95 


8 


271 


12 


940 


339 


818 


26 26 


26 


875 


1 


350 


62 


721 


46 46 


5 


863 


3 


905 


128 


395 


32 88 


10 


076 


3 


846 


127 


800 


33 23 


10 


355 


5 


465 


229 


503 


42 00 


11 


979 


4 


218 


144 


912 


34 36 


9 


534 


5 


213 


191 


375 


36 71 


15 


212 


3 


189 


156 


968 


49 22 


9 


495 


4 


332 


201 


415 


46 50 


12 


605 


6 


735 


354 


511 


52 64 


15 


3 /3 


10 


315 


446 


303 


43 27 


36 


845 


3 


915 


147 


781 


37 75 


8 


629 


2 


584 


112 


964 


43 72 


6 


442 


9 


356 


225 


575 


24 11 


21 


349 


5 


063 


186 


002 


36 74 


10 


190 


3 


400 


190 


522 


56 04 


7 


206 


6 


4-39 


182 


646 


28 37 


19 


586 


8 


858 


388 


124 


43 82 


20 


037 


2 


240 


117 


391 


52 41 


6 


192 


2 


007 


84 


383 


42 04 


7 


329 


4 


712 


184 


790 


39 22 


13 


588 




805 


39 


615 


49 21 


1 


870 


1 


969 


143 


941 


73 10 


8 


891 


11 


880 


489 


305 


41 19 


26 


344 


2 


300 


114 


655 


49 85 


7 


527 


7 


367 


396 


365 


53 m 


13 


762 


4 


363 


151 


017 


34 61 


12 


515 


2 


716 


129 


596 


47 72 


8 


109 


9 


470 


318 


876 


33 67 


25 


681 


1 


327 


44 


522 


33 55 


2 


472 


8 


874 


168 


115 


43 40 


11 


275 


8 


253 


218 


250 


26 44 


21 


662 


5 


234 


216 


314 


41 33 


13 


342 


3 


347 


159 


097 


47 53 


8 


746 


2 


623 


92 


932 


35 43 


7 


332 


4 


572 


212 


447 


46 47 


13 


859 


4 


160 


161 


325 


38 78 


8 


954 


6 


932 


141 


940 


20 48 


19 


567 


2 


004 


87 


278 


43 55 


6 


198 


9 


206 


220 


999 


24 01 


27 


851 


5 


393 


196 


282 


36 40 


13 


570 


6 


671 


192 


426 


29 28 


13 


482 



Neat Cattle. 



Value. 


Average 




yalue. 


$203, 886 


m 95 


6 


789 


10 77 


27 


426 


11 95 


95 


907 


8 07 


101 


343 


8 10 


73 


521 


8 89 


151 


640 


5 64 


72 


149 


12 31 


74 


375 


7 38 


101 


471 


9 8 1 


141 


122 


11 78 


83 


555 


8 76 


120 


110 


7 89 


107 


119 


11 28 


186 


660 


10 84 


192 


277 


12 51 


312 


441 


8 48 


69 


099 


8 01 


64 


200 


9 96 


180 


282 


6 10 


88 


611 


8 69 


87 


269 


12 11 


145 


516 


7 43 


202 


130 


10 09 


61 


067 


9 86 


67 


148 


9 16 


138 


198 


10 17 


26 


473 


14 16 


104 


258 


11 72 


210 


739 


8 00 


70 


631 


9 38 


150 


865 


10 96 


94 


730 


7 57 


92 


546 


11 41 


213 


578 


8 32 


36 


781 


14 88 


110 


225 


9 78 


181 


286 


6 06 


139 


522 


10 46 


88 


318 


10 10 


73 


625 


10 04 


148 


917 


10 75 


74 


442 


8 31 


108 


433 


5 54 


57 


653 


9 30 


188 


401 


6 76 


115 


086 


8 48 


85 


569 


6 35 



40 



Statement — Continued. 



Couutv. 



Knox 

Lake 

La Salle 

Lawrence . . . 

Lee 

Livingston . . 

Logan 

Macon 

Macoupin . . . 
Madison .... 

Marion 

Marshall 

Mason 

Massac 

McDonough , 
McHenry. .. . 

McLean 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe , 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Moultrie . . . , 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Perry 

Piatt , 

Pike 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Putnam . . . . 

Randolph . . . 
Eichland . . . 
Eock Island. , 
Saline ...... 

Sangamon. . . 
Schuyler . . . , 

Scott 

Shelby 

Stark 

St. Clair 

Stephenson.. 
Tazewell . . . , 
Union ... . , 
Vermilion . . , 
Wabash .... 
Warren .... 
Washington. . 

Wayne 

White 

Whiteside . . 

Will 

Williamson . , 
'Winnebago . . 
Woodford. . . 



Total 590, 963 22, 859, 202 



Horses. 



No. 



955 
141 
941 

587 

009 

476 

388 

079 

339 

225 

275 

292 

221 

377 

759 

147 

244 

084 

142 

655 

180 

137 

329 

546 

113 

250 

150 

651 

941 

710 

228 

213 

98 

119 

195 

228 

274 

414 

295 

852 

023 

086 

879 

844 

499 

411 

662 

404 

881 

880 

477 

374 

902 

296 

647 



Value. 



$400, 
158 
512 
138 
208, 
205 
307 
213 
362 
406 
181 
191 
173 
71 
281 
218 
530, 
252 
260, 
167 
165 
338 
133 
292 
385 
177 
192 
390 
89 
32 
131 
341 
115 
167 
139 
444 
226 
107 
255 
153 
314 
237, 
490 
134 
439 
105 
314 
195 
160 
169 
230 
409 
161 
212 
225 



205 
259 
689 
505 
130 
521 
369 
300 
366 
288 
094 
863 
650 
953 
315 
354 
508 
200 
526 
582 
770 
082 
290 
354 
876 
630 
478 
820 
015 
294 
488 
484 
031 
928 
831 
379 
293 
046 
841 
348 
081 
843 
863 
370 
859 
559 
576 
968 
275 
968 
822 
272 
197 
711 
948 



Average 
value. 

$30 89 

25 77 

30 26 
38 61 
29 69 

37 53 

48 12 
42 00 

35 05 

44 04 
42 36 

38 11 
53 91 
52 25 

36 26 

35 52 
40 06 

49 61 

36 48 

45 85 

26 82 
47 37 

40 04 

27 72 
38 16 

41 80 
61 10 
40 50 
45 86 
45 48 
40 73 
47 34 

38 51 
32 80 
63 70 

39 58 

42 91 

31 36 

40 64 

31 61 
44 86 
29 41 
49 69 
47 25 
38 25 

43 78 
36 32 
36 26 

32 84 

41 23 
35 64 
35 98 
55 55 
25 64 

33 99 



Neat Cattle. 



No. 



25 
20, 
35 

7 
15 
11 
13 
11 
22 
24 
12 
11 

7, 

3 
16 
25 
28 

9 
16 

8, 
12 
13 

8 
24, 
20 
11 

7, 
22 

6 

2 

5 
16 

8 
15 

6 
21 
13 

7 
15 

9 
10 
21 
16 

7 
21 

4 
19 
14 
12 
10, 
18 
36 

5 
19 
12 



178 

333 

820 

593 

392 

303 

991 

601 

051 

269 

164 

915 

476 

023 

585 

951 

353 

649 

293 

604 

535 

71 

027 

666 

020 

345 

107 

609 

165 

082 

586 

017 

197 

356 

627 

769 

754 

084 

248 

269 

783 

566 

356 

981 

091 

554 

722 

698 

982 

010 

585 

128 

225 

841 

475 



$37 84 1,425,978 $12,468,537 



Value. 



$190, 

148 

249 

75 

98 

121 

142 

125 

168 

194 

130 

72, 

71 

40 

130 

185 

296 

112 

128, 

77, 

73, 

160 

72 

161 

170 

135 

121 

197 

69 

24 

46 

142 

79 

106 

66 

237 

130 

50, 

149 

56 

100 

153 

165 

71 

215 

41 

231 

114 

132 

92 

139 

286 

100 

129 



675 
052 
946 
466 
301 
425 
905 
739 
831 
816 
200 
546 
567 
385 
812 
398 
660 
299 
388 
435 
874 
619 
507 
347 
734 
285 
471 
6S5 
787 
865 
840 
268 
837 
579 
983 
073 
213 
803 
998 
127 
652 
106 
446 
925 
054 
933 
975 
345 
693 
794 
426 
744 
210 
473 
681 



Average 
value. 



74 



41 



State^nent — Contirmed. 



County. 



Adams 

City of Quiiicy 
Alexander . . . . 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles .., 

Cook 

Crawford , 

Cumberland . . , 

Be Kalb , 

De Witt 

Douglass , 

Du Page , 

Edgar , 

Edwards 

Effingham. . . . , 

Fayette 

Ford 

Franklin .... 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton .... 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Henderson ... 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess.. . . 

Johnson 

Kane , 

Kankakee 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake , 

La Salle 

Lawrence .... 

Lee 

Livingston. . . . 

Logan 

Macon 

Macoupin .... 



Mules and Asses. 



No. 



Yalue. 



,557 
100 

89 
281 
9 
2-74 
229 
125 

43 
593 
211 
555 
637 
337 
518 
293 

88 
197 
144 

69 
163 
269 

29 
220 
195 
137 
369 

12 
451 
349 
228 
688 

56 

192 

,002 

64 
331 
268 

85 
285 
147 
976 
635 
132 
277 

42 
139 

39 
451 

22 
155 
266 

47 

128 

442 

482 

.407 



870, 
4 



12 

14 

6 

7 

1 

26 

11 

23 

21 

23 

34 

18 

3 

7, 

7, 

1 

7 

17 

12 

12 

6 

14 

30 

16 

14 

49 

2 

10 

41 

4 

19 

8 

4 

16 

6 

41 

25 

2 

16 

1 

6 

3 

16 

5 

13 

1 

5 

26 

23 



844 

970 
855 
010 
330 
382 
764 
186 
340 
485 
380 
725 
975 
535 
360 
860 
312 
416 
771 
883 
417 
090 
811 
818 
235 
425 
211 
540 
354 
801 
274 
865 
260 
290 
564 
100 
395 
.507 
355 
116 
956 
735 
667 
886 
768 
278 
352 
819 
684 
470 
821 
503 
529 
354 
815 
265 
805 



Average 
value. 



144 64 

49 70 

65 78 
42 74 

36 66 

52 49 

29 54 

57 49 
31 16 

44 66 

53 93 
42 75 
34 50 
69 84 

66 33 
64 37 

37 64 

37 64 
53 97 
27 29 

45 50 

63 53 
27 97 

58 26 
62 74 

46 90 

38 51 
45 00 

67 30 
48 14 
62 61 
72 47 

40 36 
53 59 

41 48 

64 06 
58 60 

31 74 
51 24 
56 55 

47 32 

42 76 

40 42 
21 86 
60 53 

30 43 
38 50 
97 92 

36 99 
21 36 

37 55 

50 76 

32 53 

41 83 
60 67 

48 27 



Sheep. 



No. 



12,518 
16 
625 
712 
942 
885 
648 
082 
923 
211 
583 
293 
220 
964 
194 
474 
679 
445 
094 
089 
607 
381 
780 
702 
130 
288 
753 
108 
357 
036 
025 
230 
281 
241 
069 
728 
233 
835 
934 
530 
726 
758 
174 
522 
201 
574 
562 
454 
533 
746 
205 
831 
964 
433 
520 
783 
290 



Yalue. 



812,128 



Average 
value. 



' 24 




642 




5,745 




6,008 




5,736 




2, 959 




1, 541 




923 




3, 215 




3, 682 




3, 293 




14,180 




7, 130 




3,313 




9, 755 




6, 051 




11,445 




6,095 




4,094 




4,625 




4, 195 


1 


20, 586 


^ 


16,138 




10, 177 




4, 2s8 




11,618 




108 




9,458 




18,883 




4,019 




9,285 




259 




6,241 




7, 063 




2,816 




2, 385 




2,742 




3,801 




4,540 




6,623 




10, 751 




2,170 




2,311 




4,204 




13,722 




2,564 




8,521 




6,580 




20, 757 




2,964 




6,852 




2,023 




1,480 




7,576 




4,007 




7,469 





42 



Statement — Continued. 



County, 



Total. 



Mules and Asses. 



Sheep. 



No. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 

$61 37 


No. 


Value. 


T 
Average 
value. 


1, 317 


$80, 825 


4,062 


$4, 235 


$1 04 


525 


25 


674 


48 90 


7,660 


7 


660 


1 00 


116 


4 


205 


36 25 


990 




829 


84 


842 


68 


691 


81 58 


1,606 


1 


666 


1 04 


222 


16 


113 


72 58 


2,741 


2 


741 


1 00 


612 


34 


242 


55 95 


7,666 


7 


750 


1 01 


60 


1 


761 


29 35 


19, 357 


19 


789 


1 02 


818 


17 


785 


55 93 


9,628 


10 


836 


1 13 


467 


27 


590 


59 08 


5,273 


5 


273 


1 00 


252 


10 


690 


42 42 


2,010 


2 


025 


1 01 


295 


16 


830 


57 05 


1,469 


1 


950 


1 33 


682 


18 


446 


27 05 


8, 167 


8 


167 


1 00 


1,036 


70 


250 


67 81 


6,423 


6 


847 


1 06 


112 


5 


540 


49 46 


7,831 


7 


831 


1 00 


131 


3 


987 


30 44 


2,740 


2 


783 


1 02 


363 


17 


477 


48 15 


2,862 


3 


343 


1 17 


557 


26 


305 


47 23 


6,271 


6 


273 


1 00 


203 


15 


200 


74 88 


3,918 


5 


964 


1 52 


1,170 


59 


583 


50 93 


10,495 


10 


315 


98 


209 


12 


927 


61 85 


5,509 


5 


622 


1 02 


62 


3 


640 


58 71 


656 




691 


1 05 


44 


1 


735 


39 43 


1,245 


1 


257 


1 01 


541 


27 


239 


50 35 


5,256 


6 


061 


1 15 


219 


10 


885 


49 70 


6,960 


7 


022 


1 01 


101 


4 


030 


39 90 


1,251 


1 


421 


1 14 


311 


14 


908 


47 94 


4,427 


4 


427 


1 00 


1,298 


67 


744 


52 19 


26,913 


28 


181 


1 05 


379 


17 


988 


47 46 


7,382 


7 


090 


95 


361 


15 


925 


44 11 


37, 009 


37 


012 


1 00 


355 


15 


262 


42 99 


16, 600 


16 


709 


1 01 


88 


3 


186 


36 20 


1,558 


1 


556 


1 00 


1,421 


79 


132 


55 69 


2,921 


3 


077 


1 05 


108 


3 


430 


31 76 


5,311 


5 


430 


1 02 


346 


22 


931 


66 27 


5,145 


5 


950 


1 15 


334 


19 


433 


58 18 


5,406 


5 


468 


1 01 


139 


6 


203 


51 82 


19,466 


21 


650 


1 11 


165 


7 


900 


47 88 


4,492 


4 


485 


1 00 


886 


36 


336 


41 01 


6,265 


6 


265 


1 00 


694 


38 


375 


55 29 


5,495 


5 


495 


1 00 


370 


18 


121 


48 98 


11,867 


12 


040 


1 01 


331 


15 


836 


47 84 


y, 244 


9 


244 


1 00 


142 


4 


971 


35 01 


1,061 


1 


159 


1 09 


150 


5 


815 


38 77 


6,981 


6 


970 


1 00 


272 


16 


239 


59 70 


8,985 


8 


971 


1 00 


78 


2 


453 


31 45 


6,575 


6 


586 


1 00 


128 


4 


935 


38 55 


2,160 


2 


155 


1 00 


36, 371 


$1, 848, 291 


$50 82 


584,430 


$695,035 


$1 19 j 



43 
Statement — Continued. 



County. 



Adams 

City of Quincy. 

Alexander 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign . . . . 
Christian 



Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford. .. 
Cumberland. 

DeKalb 

DeWitt 

Douglas. . . . 
DuPage . . . . 

Edgar 

Edwards. . . . 
Effingham . . 

Fayette 

Foi-d 

Franklin. . . . 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy . . . . 
Hamilton . . . 
Hancock . . . 

Hardin 

Henderson . 

Henry 

Iroquois. . .. 
Jackson. . . . 

Jasper 

Jefferson . . . 
Jersey .... 
Jo Daviess. . 
Johnson . . . . 

Kane 

Kankakee . . 
Kendall . . . . 

Knox 

Lake 

La Salle.... 
Lawrence . . 

Lee 

Livingston. . 

Logan 

Macon 




Carriages and wagons. 



Xo. 


Yalue. 


Average 
value. 


Xo. 


Yalue. 


Average 


40,922 


891,742 


S2 24 


4,524 


$107,842 


$23 83 


•206 


302 


1 46 


415 


18,522 


44 63 


4,237 


5,416 


1 28 


245 


8,885 


36 26 


12,410 


17,737 


1 43 


1,407 


37,126 


26 39 


3,293 


6,508 


1 98 


1,445 


29,023 


20 08 


11,182 


21,678 


1 94 


1,208 


30,048 


24 87 


15,119 


16,490 


1 09 


3,753 


66,876 


17 82 


6,085 


11,065 


1 82 


545 


15,943 


29 25 


8,954 


16,241 


1 81 


1,732 


28,625 


16 33 


13,465 


28,616 


2 13 


1,385 


29,922 


21 60 


13,091 


39,134 


2 59 


1,972 


51,366 


26 03 


13,709 


22,147 


1 62 


1,412 


36,222 


23 65 


15,375 


25,381 


1 65 


1,920 


54,390 


28 33 


10,489 


19,966 


1 90 


1,217 


44,304 


36 40 


18,116 


18,884 


1 04 


1,599 


45,081 


28 19 


22,630 


61,387 


2 71 


11,783 


59,326 


5 05 


7,987 


17,183 


2 15 


5,529 


165,162 


29 87 


16,066 


20,197 


1 26 


1,147 


26,616 


23 20 


10,376 


16,260 


1 57 


854 


23,650 


27 69 


7,396 


7,453 


1 01 


2,874 


48,785 


16 97 


16,273 


42,969 


2 64 


1,563 


41,423 


26 6C 


9,920 


25,811 


2 60 


997 


32,485 


32 5E 


5,471 


8,055 


1 47 


2,487 


41,952 


16 8^ 


26,435 


67,656 


2 56 


2,623 


80,503 


30 6'- 


10,275 


16,557 


1 61 


862 


317,87 


36 86 


9,226 


12,828 


1 39 


1,003 


23,497 


23 4S 


16,931 


31,230 


1 84 


1,513 


41,002 


27 1( 


1,133 


2,721 


2 40 


324 


8,471 


26 U 


14,935 


19,257 


1 29 


837 


27,940 


33 3e 


43,313 


86,848 


2 01 


4,397 


114,129 


25 9( 


16,034 


19,698 


1 23 


713 


30,596 


42 91 


19,825 


50,490 


2 55 


1,812 


65,130 


35 9^ 


3,352 


5,835 


1 75 


1,334 


26,647 


19 OS 


8,845 


17,670 


2 00 


669 


21,797 


32 55 


23,381 


63,292 


2 71 


3,862 


87,769 


22 75 


6,362 


7,837 


1 23 


270 


7,753 


28 7 


14,958 


41,110 


2 75 


1,433 


42,480 


29 6^ 


14,733 


14,733 


1 00 


2,843 


41,722 


14 6 


9,386 


15,937 


1 70 


1,674 


38,458 


22 9 


17,731 


22,863 


1 29 


943 


16,122 


17 1 


9,167 


11,480 


1 25 


987 


24,240 


24 5 


19,638 


27,899 


1 42 


1,353 


41,037 


30 3 


9,746 


14,141 


1 45 


1,539 


49,880 


32 4 


14,746 


16,478 


1 12 


2,604 


36,823 


14 1 


12,056 


12,056 


1 00 


492 


15,120 


30 7 


7,908 


8,015 


1 01 


3,416 


56,461 


16 5 


5,222 


7,180 


1 37 


1,904 


37,710 


19 8 


5,491 


8,315 


1 51 


2,019 


30,768 


13 2 


30,379 


57,966 


1 91 


3,810 


86,494 


22 7 


5,761 


7,259 


1 26 


2,648 


35,097 


13 6 


15,522 


22,249 


1 43 


5,244 


99,237 


18 9 


16,291 


20,141 


1 24 


1,130 


34,061 


30 1 


7,378 


9,465 


1 28 


2,175 


48,127 


22 1 


6,200 


8,839 


1 43 


1,684 


35,648 


21 1 


22,729 


45,743 


01 


1,882 


68,741 


36 5 


16,723 


35,109 


2 10 


1,699 


45,821 


26 9 



Statement — Continued. 



County. 



Hogs 



No. 



Total 1,530,256 $2,745,915 



25,285 
26,085 
13,1Zl 

9,440 

8,136 

9,459 
23,722 

9,547 
25,952 
15,683 
19,818 
10,977 
12,776 
28,175 
12,295 
16,034 
22,265 
10,667 
10,803 
85,342 
13,095 

5,153 

3,834 
17,777 

9,528 
13,238 
13.153 
38,583 
16,821 
12,513 
23,765 

8,857 
19,231 
18,116 
21,312 
15,685 
27,531 
10,567 
29,700 
17,114 
18,351 
21,082 
11,735 

8,287 
21,964 

6,933 
13,035 



Value. 



$33,154 
50,002 
18,982 
23,601 
16,421 
13,500 
47,553 
10,013 
77,553 
60,831 
35,209 
16,570 
12,922 
69,964 
24,172 
16,206 
44,950 
10,841 
33,469 
59,271 
17,345 

6,650 
11,615 
23,950 
14,006 
17,699 
14,539 
88,822 
38,053 
27,009 
49,270 

8,581 
23,982 
18,620 
49,664 
18,764 
66,904 
13,161 
62,019 
17,114 
27,292 
24,078 
18,827 
13,424 
27,598 

9,688 
22,498 



Average 
value. 



$1 31 



1 51 



1 01 

2 02 



02 
10 
68 
32 
29 
03 
35 
47 
34 

1 11 

2 30 
2 26 
2 16 
2 07 

97 
1 25 

1 03 

2 33 

1 12 

2 43 
1 25 
1 75 



Carriages and wagons. 



No. 



3 614 
3,709 
1,487 
2,013 
1,490 

567 
2,806 
3,195 
3,721 
1,414 
2,092 
1,671 
18,03 
2,742 

880 
3,442 
3,753 
1,207 

924 
3,691 

531 

298 
1,015 
2,465 
1,124 
2,092 

656 
3,122 
1,802 
1,212 
1,819 
1,430 
3,180 
2,967 
3,148 
1,125 
2,950 

929 
2,805 
1,575 
1,389 
1,335 
2,599 
3,954 

97 
3,119 
2,245 



Value. 



$72,631 

119,971 
48,196 
38,387 
49,789 
16,475 
70,266 
49,105 

104,076 
46,064 
49,979 
35,659 
35,711 
92,668 
25,495 
47,316 

102,611 
38,060 
32,845 

105,257 
16,491 
9,200 
25,334 
76,739 
33,654 
42,939 
47,598 

103,176 
52,942 
27,746 
52,340 
32,020 
89,744 
55,210 

100,127 
29,882 
86,070 
30,737 
75,926 
45,042 
38,640 
41,509 
62,170 
78,768 
32,448 
62,207 
52,778 



$1 79 211,801 5,066,790 $23 92 



Note. — The return of the county clerk of Coles county is evidently erroneous as to the 
number of carriages and wagons. 



45 

Statement — Continued . 




Adams 

City of Quincy. . . 

Alexander 

Bond . . 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass , 

Champaign , 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton , 

Coles 

Cook , 

Crawford , 

Cumberland , 

DeKalb 

DeWitt 

Douglas 

DuPage 

Edgar , 

Edwards , 

Effingham 

Fayette 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin , 

Henderson 

Henry 

Iroquois , 

Jackson , 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess , 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

LaSalle 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Livingston 

*Including Pianoe. 



Clocks and watches. 



Pianos. 



No. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 


No. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 


3,672 


$11,937 


$3 25 


32 


$2,162 


$67 56 


957 


11,263 


11 77 


141 


16,920 


120 00 


290 


4,142 


14 28 


3 


340 


113 33 


301 


3,177 


10 55 


13 


1,225 


94 23 


1,040 


3,236 


3 11 


36 


2,520 


70 00 


994 


3,815 


3 84 


4 


625 


156 25 


3,234 


7,945 


2 46 


122 


4,282 


35 10 


299 


2,353 


7 87 


2 


150 


75 00 


1,436 


4,915 


3 42 


16 


650 


40 62 


622 


5,359 


8 62 


28 


1,995 


71 25 


1,766 


11,471 


6 50 


43 


4,635 


107 79 


991 


6,765 


6 83 


5 


600 


120 00 


1,720 


8,250 


4 80 


17 


1,700 


100 00 


1,009 


6,480 


6 42 


7 


1,270 


181 43 


1,185 


4,349 


3 67 


12 


1,500 


125 00 


1,634 


13,342 


8 17 


17 


2,625 


154 41 


3,149 


*60,781 


19 30 


S'.iips . . . 


41,150 




690 


4,151 


6 02 


1 


125 


125 00 


648 


2,756 


4 'J-. 








2,717 


5,663 


2 ' S 


39 


2,535 


65 00 


1,498 


6,553 


4 o7 


4 


450 


112 50 


671 


4,699 


7 00 


7 


1,000 


142 86 


2,006 


3,97 ^ 


1 98 


41 


2,147 


52 37 


2,213 


13 '!_ 


6 06 


24 


4,275 


178 12 


371 


. tu3 


10 25 


11 


930 


84 55 


901 


3,449 


3 83 


1 


50 


50 00 


1,243 


6,697 


5 39 


10 


1,060 


106 00 


803 


1,652 


5 45 


4 


335 


83 75 


648 


42,61 
15,891 


6 58 
4 11 








3,867 


30 


2,715 


90 50 


749 


6,977 


9 32 


24 


3,305 


137 71 


1,376 


11,050 


8 03 


17 


1,785 


105 00 


1,030 


3,608 


3 50 


39 


3,185 


81 67 


579 


3,788 


6 54 


1 


50 


50 00 


3,509 


14,261 


4 06 


44 


2,931 


66 62 


265 


2,479 


9 35 


3 


350 


116 67 


1,202 


5,231 


4 35 


16 


1,575 


98 44 


2,879 


8,835 


3 07 


81 


5,254 


64 86 


1,446 


6,611 


4 57 


24 


1,615 


67 29 


942 


6,484 


6 88 


4 


750 


187 50 


807 


4,080 


5 06 


4 


272 


68 00 


1,188 


6,970 


5 87 


7 


755 


107 86 


1,110 


5,693 


5 13 


42 


3,370 


80 24 


1,908 


5,361 


2 81 


79 


4,179 


52 90 


433 


2,686 
12,484 


6 20 

2 72 








4,585 


236 


10,683 


45 27 


1,259 


4,615 


3 67 


20 


1,407 


70 35 


970 


2,470 


2 55 


36 


1,413 


39 26 


2,990 


13,433 


4 49 


83 


7,080 


85 30 


1,747 


3,240 


1 85 


48 


1,500 


31 25 


4,346 


15,560 


3 58 


170 


11,473 


67 49 


1,089 


5,230 


4 80 


5 


300 


60 00 


2,253 


6,601 


2 93 


78 


3,599 


46 14 


1,408 


5,282 


3 75 


15 


860 


57 33 



46 

Statement — Continued. 



County. 



Clocks and watches. 



Xo. 


Value. 


1,51-i 


$11,484 


1,633 


11,964 


25,60 


9,189 


2,430 


11,086 


1,526 


9,863 


1,982 


6,594 


1,194 


6,478 


655 


1,358 


2,585 


11,729 


3,105 


7,299 


4,1*72 


25,656 


1,064 


7,368 


1,830 


7,544 


975 


2,447 


1,493 


6,025 


2,200 


15,060 


631 


3,648 


3,254 


8,526 


2,565 


12,079 


1,040 


6,586 


668 


5,200 


3,228 


16,218 


581 


2,752 


391 


4,104 


927 


3,098 


2 292 


10,466 


1,219 


6,588 


2,127 


9,764 


603 


3,910 


2,636 


19,136 


1,527 


9,736 


497 


1,413 


1,495 


8,879 


1,277 


4,303 


1,239 


5,266 


2,665 


8,200 


2,432 


15,171 


1,239 


9,169 


2,387 


13,459 


704 


4,135 


2,230 


9,991 


809 


2,730 


1,157 


5,883 


1,064 


6,421 


2,443 


7,442 


3,087 


13,877 


89 


5,815 


2,744 


9,114 


2,035 


7,940 



Average 
value. 



$7 59 
1 
3 
4 
6 



S3 
59 
56 
46 

3 32 

5 42' 
2 07 

4 54 
2 35 

6 15 
6 92 
4 12 
2 51 

4 04 
85 

5 78 
2 62 
4 71 

6 33 



Pianos. 



7 7! 
5 02 
4 74 
10 50 
3 34 



57 
40 
59 
48 
26 
38 
84 
97 
37 
25 
08 
24 
40 
64 
5 87 

4 48 

3 37 

5 08 

6 03 
8 05 

4 50 
65 34 

3 32 
3 90 



Total 167,1451 $820,7351 |4 91 



No. 



23 
81 
44 

102 
14 
35 
18 
6 
26 
69 

101 

8 

12 

12 

24 

100 



61 

10 

6 

2 

42 

5 

8 

27 

15 

12 

91 



81 

20 

12 

14 

11 

44 

25 

53 

10 

30 

8 

26 

9 

4 

6 

64 

106 

3 

121 

15 



Value. 


Average 




value. 


$3,015 


$131 09 


8,895 


109 52 


3,585 


81 48 


10,'762 


105 51 


1,895 


135 36 


1,920 


54 86 


1,815 


100 83 


12,90 


215 00 


2,383 


91 65 


56,10 


81 30 


9,504 


94 10 


1,000 


125 00 


1,260 


105 00 


1,1*70 


97 50 


1,993 


83 04 


12,630 


126 30 



3,354 

9,693 

335 

128 

4,288 

711 

1,850 

1,785 

1,351 

1,545 

5,395 



7,360 
2,700 

885 
1,450 

950 
3,670 
3,518 
6,290 
1,635 
4,280 

665 
28,45 

560 

235 

515 
4,343 
9,201 

365 
8,441 



^^^ 3,407 $321,717 $94 43 

Note.— The return of the county clerk of Williamson county is evidently erroneous as to 
the number of clocks and watches. 



47 
Statevieni — Continued. 



Countv. 



Adams 

City of Quincj- 
Alexauder . . . . 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun , 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign. . . . 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Cole? 

Cook 

Crawford.. . . 
Cumberland . . 

De Kalb 

De Witt , 

Douglas 

DuFage 

Edgar 

Edward 

Effingham 

Fayette , 

Ford 

Franklin . . . . , 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton. . . . 
Hancock .... 

Hardin 

Henderson . . . 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson .... 

Jersey 

Jo Javiess . . . 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee . . . 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

La Salle 

Lawrence . . . 

Lee 

Livingston . . 
Logan 



Goods and Bankers' 
merch'dise. property. 



Value. 



$34 

252 
'71 
43 
25 
33 
66 
18 
38 
58 
83 
40 
80 
53 
43 
96 
2,371 
28 
17 
57 
33 
39 
29 
87 
21 
27 
43 
6 
12 

132 

111 
80, 
49 
21 

127 
18 
48 
96 
26 
53 
13 
33 
55 

221 
16 
95 
52 
29 

178 
31 

197 
32 
42 
32 
77 



174 
908 
450 
810 
353 
801 
899 
600 
245 
890 
067 
900 
323 
185 
235 
976 
860 
300 
990 
908 
445 
721 
262 
307 
500 
300 
553 
715 
830 
206 
470 
280 
611 
950 
791 
020 
380 
604 
958 
339 
808 
901 
585 
454 
030 
595 
200 
995 



Manufact'd Moneys and 
articles. credits. 



023 
960 
4S9 
394 
092 
936 
970 



Value. 



$68,100 



1,000 



9,000 

3,000 

30,000 



300 



123,154 



550 
12,500 



28,600 
63,200 
75,000 



10 



244,000 

300 

838,177 



430,113 



155,000 

10,000 

90,530 

100 

10,000 

532,295 



25,500 
25,000 



79,500 
5,601 



35,336 

289 

" 8,022 



Value. 



84,085 
76,350 
7,455 
10,685 
1,993 
5,927 
3,840 



9,151 
9,040 
5,697 
12,160 
11,960 
1,627 
1,450 
4,669 



1 

105 

3 
11 
14 



650 
360 
790 
335 
990 
470 
750 
130 
390 
531 
15 
325 
539 
325 
610 
218 
550 
740 
100 



871 
856 
651 
993 
873 
940 
349 



493 
145 
315 
559 

027 
369 
348 



020 



Value. 



435 

112 
17 

118 
66 

105 
92 
47 
91 
92 

141 
66 

126 

113 
63 

226 

2,008 

18 

14 

113 
72 
89 
99 

243 

103 
12 
58 
11 
34 

293 

648 

295 
40, 
19 

215 
35 
85 
89 
83 

111 
57 

131 

137 
63 

144 

204 
29 
65 

280 
78 

145 
51 
57 
43 

276 



418 
150 
625 
635 
238 
911 
854 
260 
724 
139 
385 
730 
201 
052 
970 
229 
440 
780 
170 
696 

S-; 

039 

829 

909 

405 

651 

663 

398' 

967| 

2631 

175' 

148j 

482' 

068 1 

098 

240 i 

910' 

528 

509 

360 

006 

140 

314 

364 

203 

336 

608 

752 

826 

192 

128 

541 

578 

912 



Bonds, 
stocks, &c. 



Value. 



48 



Statement — Continued. 



Coxinty. 



Macon 

Macoupin . . 
Madison. , . . 

Marion 

Marshall . . . 

Mason 

Massac 

McDonough. 
McHeni'}-... . 
McLean . . . . 
Menard . . . . 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Moultrie . . . 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Perry 

ri-n, 

Pope 

Pulaski . . . . 
Putnam . . . . 
Randolph.. . 
Richland . . . 
Rock Island 

Saline 

Sangamon. . 
Schuyler . . . 

Scott 

Shelby' 

Stark 

St. Clair. . . . 
Stephenson . 
Tazewell . . . 

Union 

Vermilion . . 
Wabash . . . . 
Warren . . . . 
Washington 

Wayne 

White 

Whiteside . . 

Will 

Williamson . 
Winnebago . 
Woodford . . 

Total, 



Goods and 
merch'dise. 



Value. 



$110,065 
74,971 

473,872 
95,490 
62,455 
62,995 
49,445 
98,899 
57,233 

193,177 
46,150 
72,401 
33,238 
53,115 

198,735 
12,285 
72,387 

460,746 
67,075 
29,138 

141,560 
26,847 
17,849 
25,903 

134,385 
34,836 

100,227 
19,346 

213,524 
45,068 
46,695 
61,570 
21,350 

139,615 

107,172 

137,621 
78,802 

105,291 
30,840 
32,425 
51,010 
32,255 
62,521 
65,220 

107,049 
22,471 

109,299 
53,447 



Bankers' 
property. 



Value. 



$64,500 
12,615 
78,650 



600 

250 

170,000 



5,000 
149,200 



5,000 



102,000 



18,253 
230,595 



369,720 
506,524 



50,000 



33,000 
518,293 
126,579 



3,000 



25,000 
4,000 



300 

140,000 

50,000 



150,000 

876,691 

8,300 

53,800 
100,000 

42,200 



10,067,620 6,798,247 



Manufact'd 
articles. 



Value. 



$10,397 
3,284 
385,770 
1,115 
3,110 
6,617 
1,129 
1,432 
6,022 

13,604 
3,765 
5,716 
3,248 
1,045 

29,585 
2,720 

12,486 

28,683 
2,295 
3,458 

17,684 
170 

10,123 
1 ,442 

10,819 
3,907 

15,435 
930 

18,603 
8,360 

10,730 
9,717 
1,170 

58,910 

11,382 

18,990 

10,498 

11,306 
5,563 

57,559 
1,105 
2,963 
9,005 
4,270 
9,099 
1,320 
9,379 
4,260 



Moneys and 
credits. 



Value. 



211 

379 

74 

77 

85 

52 

138 

118 

396 

177 

163 

124 

84 

476 

50, 

159 

190 

49 

107 

623 

22, 

19 

60, 

124 

93 

160 

31 

360 

128 

94 

141 

113 

297 

122 

257 

138 

422 

61 

163 

90 

95 

56 

93 

222 

41 

111 

187 



,325 
,986 
,892 
,813 
,832 
,866 
,400 
,068 
,360 
,512 
424 
,372 
,850 
,194 
,559 
,591 
,851 
,044 
,620 
,398 
,609 
,922 
,311 
,293 
,731 
,381 
,610 
,218 
,874 
,338 
,378 
,219 
,972 
,815 
,872 
,705 
,339 
,983 
,323 
,103 
,283 
,113 
,155 
,855 
,322 
,699 
,113 
,074 



1,364,551 16,023,799 fc51,727 



Bonds, 
stocks, &c. 



Value. 



49 



Statement — Continued, 



County. 



Adams 

City of Quincy. 

Alexander 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign .... 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford 

Cumberland. . . . 
DeKalb. ....... 

DeWltt 

Dou2:laa 

DuPage... 

Edgar 

Edwards 

Effingham 

Fa^ ette 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy 

H;»milton 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Henderson 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Jersey 

JoDaviess 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

LaSalle 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Livingston .... 

Logan 

Macon 

Macoupin 

Madison 

A— 5 



Uncnume- 
rated pro- 
perty. 



$158,.554 

144,051 

104,240 

66,600 

46, .580 

57,08'7 

117,516 

44,082 

66,289 

49,847 

132,096 

27,4S1 

127,525 

107,395 

271,518 

160,210 

955,782 

57,790 

39,408 

64,402 

64,148 

75,677 

69,565 

177,543 

45,981 

41,260 

65,853 

18,657 

53,121 

158,672 

89,228 

92,520 

46,602 

46,671 

140,077 

31,596 

53,459 

86,115 

86,010 

80,355 

47,468 

97,739 

100,655 

84,817 

45,277 

138,90(1 

62,541 

44,912 

245,127 

28,599 

189,088 

111,708 

64,852 

51,802 

103,264 

112,330 

41,800 

189,384 



Deductions. 



$101,899 



11,986 
24,847 
29,135 
24,125 
39,578 
12,893 
14,672 
12,987 
32,930 
15,678 
31,710 
9,278 



Total value 
of personal 
property 



78,761 
129,503 



20,822 
45,806 
21,472 
45,999 
17,267 
67,317 
19,127 

5,794 
38,879 
11,506 
15,042 
34,828 
11,888 

7,670 
39,178 
21,575 
55,286 

3,058 

2,225 
294,597 
48,349 
87,926 
12,637 
30,749 
13,846 

6,221 



56,075 
63,031 
8,480 
34,697 
25,490 
51,341 
11,952 
27,019 
54,224 
102,856 
20,095 
60,373 
49,479 



$1,471,059 
738,571 
273,615 
576,745 
403,854 
473,707 
839,670 
270,157 
455,201 
528,692 
852,676 
452,762 
751,962 
635,253 
825,735 

1,244,760 

6,258,962 
586,350 
285,502 
620,830 
548,656 
522,817 
619,434 

1,305,368 
486,540 
279,629 
573,805 
105,459 
670,101 

1,536,192 

1,944,730 

1,205,750 
390,972 
781,169 

1,195,800 
361,394 
585,370 
505,762 
577,035 
588,418 
861,795 
726,281 
656,502 
727,224 
4(11,436 
988,659 
459,988 
463,651 

1,490,441 
489,556 

1,487,022 
478,684 
618,919 
459,767 
985,070 
823,127 
998,313 

2,363,174 



Town lots. 



$241,557 
3,704,439 
1,228,016 
113,573 
178,090 
121,997 
375,289 

13,363 
142,993 
351,991 
282,770 
199,114 
230,240 
128,321 
247,916 
497,070 
30,695,595 
104,955 

24 604 
203,786 
168,863 

62,589 
136,906 
286,818 

60,379 

92,542 

20,477 

26,085 
690,217 
210,530 
214,220 
377,420 

40,844 
1,040,246 

29,775 
221,839 
409,226 
144,379 
191,314 

47,371 

86,046 
211,913 
990,764 

23,890 
944,691 
360,366 

72,900 

1,230,768 

309,728 

1,766,133 

74,368 
400,139 
114,885 
538,174 
703,535 
547,282 
3,309,252 



5<) 

Statemmt — Continued. 



County. 



Marion ...... 

Marshal] 

Mason., 

Massac 

McDonough. . 
McHenry. .. . 

McLean 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery . 

Morgan 

Moultrie . . . . 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Perry 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope 

Pulaski , 

Putnam .... 

Randolph . . , 
Richland 

Rock Island. 

Saline ..... 

Sangamon .. 

Schuyler 

Scott 

Shelby 

Stark 

St. Clair. . . . 

Stephenson.. 

Tazewell. . . . 

Union 

Vermilion . . 

Wabash 

Warren 

Washington. 

Wayne 

White 

Whiteaide . . 

Will 

Williamson , 

Winnebago.. 

Woodford .. 



TJnenume- 
rated pro- 
perty. 



Deductions. 



Total 11,552,713 



$104,053 
80,542 
79,075 
57,493 

122,801 
73,369 

223,321 
81,687 

140,461 
74,696 
65,301 

158.881 
37,730 

112,116 

415,797 
78,614 
71,655 

193,765 
48,255 
69,728 
47,239 

159,097 
63,253 

116,217 
37,826 

697,523 

108,215 
37,329 

105,203 
55,898 

279,205 

127,232 

218,202 
98,841 

180,284 
32,590 

113,767 
64,747 
45,721 
60,637 
93,654 

155,i 
69,398 

130,025 

100,107 



$2,090 
32,516 



Total value 
of personal 
property. 



3,526 
40,841 
29,798 

115,886 
31,958 
68,823 
7,513 
21,292 
36,839 
13,974 
39,146 

114,407 
26,864 
71,293 

129,425 
3,671 
3,141 
14,793 
32,022 
25,228 
36,043 
69,046 
84,269 
42,711 
10,841 



31,223 



24,459 
44,804 
14,972 
63,361 
10,150 

115,374 

8,172 

84,596 

9,065 

31,567 

101,197 
43,201 
19,509 
33,000 



3,800,764 



Town lots. 



$711,945 
540,143 
627,410 
490,756 
906,409 
727,515 

1,933,675 
795,043 
813,748 
548,162 
505,271 

1,702,641 
361,835 
872,532 

1,958,221 
576,151 
547,161 

2,076,804 
815,697 
187,714 
343,236 

1,081,858 
439,017 
750,725 
830,763 

2,428,705 
732,785 
449,130 
867,958 
421,538 

1,401,349 
857,056 

1,455,151 
613,104 

1,510,857 
475,891 

1,031,713 
623,602 
686,635 

1,406,309 
698,992 

1,272,877 
544,530 
823,180 
728,248 



$375,285 
351,786 



Lands. 



190.881 
529,447 
304,708 

1,139,747 
283,855 
317.864 
125,887 
202,345 

1,547,234 

55,178 

309,159 

3,096,923 

169,917 

109,020 

474,295 

76,326 

116,659 
411,626 

162,892 

1,552,726 

47,659 

2,731,761 



178,560 

191,878 

90,487 

1,498,395 
730,547 
808,742 
225,516 
348,233 
148,308 
332,962 
163,353 
91,341 
201,308 
514,326 

1,297,018 

56,920 

983,499 

184,742 



88,884,115j 76,971,868 



$1,523,519 
1,218,553 
1,818,500 

847,235 
2,831,593 
2,367,957 
5,164,606 
1,998,740 
2,012,645 
1,155,472 
2,023,738 
3,583,540 
1,222,393 
2,025,980 
3,565,456 
1,014,846 
1,800,483 
2,726,364 

836,500 

816,643 

831,427 
1,767,928 
1,080.016 
1,785,197 

512,310 
5,538,031 
1,710,394 

844,619 
1,618,632 
1,312,049 
4,719,956 
2,052,481 
3,933,820 
1,026,772 
3,634,064 

665,608 
2,480,716 
1,550,8(18 
1,130.815 
1,010,434 
2,050,348 
3,492,987 

747,020 
2,251,914 
1,908,573 



189,286,287 



51 
Statement — Continned. 



County. 



Adams 

City of Quincy. 

Alexander 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 

Chanipaigu . . . 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford 

Cumberland. . . 

DeKalb 

De Witt 

Douglas 

Du Page 

Edgar 

Edwards 

Effingham 

Favette . 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton . . . , . 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Henderson - . . . 

Henry 

Iroquois ...... 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Jersey 

JoDaviess 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee 

fcendall 

Knox 

Lake 

LaSalle 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Livingston . . . . 

Logan 

Macon 



Railroad 
property. 



$185,082 



175,489 
102,420 
515,218 



120,600 
53,368 



116,639 



200,000 
1,938,515 



153,205 



225,090 
108,372 



54,339 



168,390 
49,501 



105,680 

261,885 

91,386 



354,920 



103,553 
334,183 
132,969 
372,726 
96,409 
159,109 
220,785 
123.856 
116,505 



Total value of 
real and per 
sonal prop 
erty. 



$6,058,273 
4,443,010 
2,144,479 
1,803,938 
1,637,207 
1,602,395 
4,583,692 
1,010,723 
1,771,472 
2,620,540 
3,964,307 
2,229,136 
2,104,674 
2,028,454 
3,000,786 
4,282,930 

38,893,072 
1,989,894 
1,312,775 
2,940,349 
2,100,166 
2,055,001 
2,538,598 
5,037,803 
1,124,395 
1,275,662 
1,798,358 
920,002 
1,519,394 
6,072,817 
2,869,467 
3,533,950 
2,492,734 
1,645,407 
5,875,459 
737,125 
2,036,388 
4,220,784 
3,154,060 
1,893,261 
1,852,416 
2,236,549 
2,372,160 
3,28S,.546 

909,20 
4,038,650 
2,494,828 
1,741,957 
6,940,132 
2,226,049 
7,591,281 
1,874,555 
2,980,745 
2,980,809 
4,733,580 
3,614,122 



Acres in cultivation. 



Wheat. 



84,659 



8,626 
27,084 
12,195 
77,327 

1,893 
35,358 
15,080 
20,746 
18,478 
13,706 

5,595 
15,571 

9,535 

6,418 
12,901 

6,983 
66,760 
20,858 

8,273 
16,819 
18,004 

5,682 

6,252 
15,919 

2,921 

9,263 
36,810 

5,358 
19,841 

8,368 

6,605 
42,577 

4,436 
23,165 
62,846 
13,131 
13,336 

4,294 
10,198 
25,152 
25,506 



31,061 
18,141 



46,688 
22,180 
87,365 
12,716 
S7,363 
27,136 
23,379 
16,322 



Corn. 



4,607 



32,301 
17,550 
22,277 
84,314 

8,605 
32,603 
26,750 
60,027 
44,992 
43,572 
33,813 
38,789 
58,608 

9,181 
29,510 
22,559 
47,694 
41,132 
40,005 
21,829 
63,609 
14,719 
22,759 
31,536 

9,855 

4,198 
72,763 
19,956 
54,879 
39,528 
19,906 
77,202 
10,179 
39,730 
75,575 
50,426 
16,928 
24,147 
32,507 
24,148 
81,733 



32,502 
46,698 



101,963 
16,428 

146,857 
36,016 
36,003 
49,263 
72,865 
49,410 



Other field 
products. 



r;'2 



Statement — Continued. 



County. 



Macoupin 
Madison . , 



Marion 

Marshall . . . . 

Mason 

Massac 

McDonough . 
McHenry . . . 
McLean . . . . 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Moultrie . . . . 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Perry 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Putnam . . . 
Randolph . . . 
Richland. . . . 
Rock Island. 

Saline , 

Sangamon . . 
Schuyler . . . , 

Scott 

Shelby 

Stark 

St. Glair 

Stephenson . 
Tazewell. . . , 

Union 

Vermilion . . 
Wabash . . . , 
Warren . . . . 
Washington . 
Wayne . . . . . 

White 

Whiteside . , 

Will 

Williamson 
Winnebago , 
Woodford . 



Railroad 
property. 



jTotal value of 
real and per- 
sonal prop- 
erty. 



$264,295 

248,915 

106,123 

79,310 

10,000 



395,440 
307,708 
886,850 



148,974 

145,694 

16,918 

67,126 

333,020 



Total 12,085,472 



85,630 



33,415 



92,729 
261,321 



348,130 



115,827 



314,1 

149,530 
48,109 



92,683 



144,055 



228,237 
421,417 



297,792 
271,855 



$5,079,959 
8,932,153 
2,716,872 
2,189,792 
2,455,910 
1,528,872 
4,662,889 
3,707,888 
8,624,878 
3,077,638 
3,144,257 
1,829,521 
2,880,328 
6,979,109 
1,656,324 
3,274,797 
8,953,620 
1,760,914 
2,-542,294 
5,277,463 
1,728,523 
1,004,357 
1,324,73 
3,261,412 
1,774,654 
4,349,961 
1,390,73; 

11,046,627 
2,443,179 
1,472,309 
2,794,295 
1,824,07- 
7,933,88( 
3,789,614 
6,245,822 
1,865,392 
5,585,837 
1,289,80/ 
3,989,446 
2,337,763 
1,908,791 
2,618,051 
3,491,903 
6,484,299 
1,348,470 
4,356,385 
3,093,418 



Acres in cultivation. 



367,227,742 



Wheat. 



39,878 
36,067 

8,200 
37.400 
25,290 

7,238 
40,770 
47,044 
64,864 
11,991 
33,752 
19,975 
15,948 
20,225 

2,848 
73,950 
32,802 
10,296 
11,348 



Corn. 



7,983 

3,626 
11,256 
S2,337 

9,547 
24,528 

5,645 



16.138 
16,927 
14,729 
28,193 
55,650 
52,105 
38,961 
19,687 
12,988 

8,498 
28,722 
20,457 

9,310 
10,496 
44,176 
26,002 
12,867 



34,035 



2,259,648 



55,996 
66,229 
34,200 
45,105 
49,466 
11,323 
64,640 
33,958 
106,833 
48,805 
52,455 
18,562 
56,947 
76,642 
30,663 
61,431 
80,765 
17,517 
39,788 



15,799 
3,909 
18,256 
27,600 
23,698 
5,291 
20,952 



Other field 
products. 



33,143 
21,437 
51,122 
35,055 
43,107 
41,214 
83,168 
22,187 
89,157 
14,932 
74,804 
58,292 
33,: 89 
31,106 
45,153 
72,368 
24,724 



54,515 



4,020,399 



53 

No. 14. 

TABULAR STATEMENT of the numler and value of domestic animals, 
and average vclae per head; number and value of enumerated articles, and 
average value of each article ; the value of mercliandise, hankers' property, 
tnaniifactuted articles, moneys and credits, bonds, stocks, &c., unenumerated 
property ; toicn lots, lands, and railroad property listed for taxation in the 
severed counties for the year 1861, and of the nuviher of acres in cultivation 
in wheat, corn, and other field products, in 1860, as returned to the Auditor's 
office : 



County. 



Adams 

City of Quincy. 

Alexander 

Bond 

Boone 

Bi'own 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign . . . , 
Christian. . . . , 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton , 

Coles 

Cook , 

Crawford , 

Cumberland . . 

DeKiilb 

DeWitt 

Douglas 

DuPage 

Edgar , 

Edwards 

Effingham .... 

Fayette 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

ftreene 

Grundy 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Henderson . . . 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Ja?per 

Jefferson 

Jersey 

JoDaviess. . . . 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee .... 



Horses. 



No. 



12,175 
288 
605 

5,598 
4,760 
3,992 
13,872 
1,575 



Value. 



$402,064 

12,480 

30,181 

184,050 

149,139 

146,876 

332,835 

58,705 



Average 
Talue. 



^33 02 

44 10 

49 89 

32 88 

31 33 

36 80 
24 00 

37 27 



Neat Cattle. 



No. 



25,574 
304 

2,189 
11,051 
12,617 

8,630 
29,973 

6,236 



Value. 



^80,273 
3,030 
33.777 
93,290 
87,246 
68,906 
158,954 
61,802 



Average 
value. 



3,931 
6,316 
3,508 
5,699 
3,381 



7,136 

12,530 
3,647 
3,0(t3 

10,221 
5,313 
3,664 
6,773 
8,184 
2,336 
2,605 
5,198 
987 
2,323 

12,747 
2,195 
7,295 
4,871 
2,838 

10,100 

899 

3,940 

10,176 
6,486 
3,749 
2,785 
4,291 
4,319 
7,059 
2,002 
9,287 
6,199 



139,430 
238,700 
155,268 
160,996 
148,912 
175,745 
312.857 
398,774 

79,414 
115,578 
250,803 
192,061 
198,725 
193,850 
852,022 
107,870 

97,140 
159,527 

47,660 
137,932 
843,298 

91,318 
369,245 
177,338 
110,809 
303,795 

37,218 
161,590 
313,673 
256,051 
16.3,261 

82,047 
188,219 
156,276 
136,540 

76,788 
215,204 
195,575 



35 47 
37 79 
44 26 
28 
44 04 



43 84 
31 83 
21 ,7 

38 49 
24 54 

36 15 
54 23 

28 62 
43 01 
46 17 

37 29 
30 69 
48 
59 55 
26 93 
41 60 
50 50 
36 41 

39 04 
30 07 
41 40 
41 01 

30 82 
39 48 
43 55 

29 46 
43 86 
36 92 
19 34 

38 35 
23 17 

31 56 



10,249 
13,441 

9,946 
12,785 

9,002 



15,509 
35,324 

7,179 

7,356 
22,512 
10,893 

7,439 
18,575 
20,888 

5,824 

9,004 
14,793 

2,670 

8,777 
27,868 

6,363 
13,262 
13,182 

7,627 
26.186 

3,068 
12,074 
22,930 
16,778 

9,541 

7,389 
16,425 

8,643 
21,691 

4,938 
27,578 
15,745 



95,817 

130,995 

91,036 

74,415 

92,792 

96,855 

153,206 

310,102 

34,353 

68,653 

134,708 

96,593 

96,500 

144,701 

207,722 

51,273 

78,537 

123,023 

36,219 

88,967 

199,977 

59,806 

142,475 

99,4n3 

75,039 

186,375i 

29,308 

110,120 

161,377 

158,838 

85,817 

57,317 

125,911 

73,531 

101,882 

44,585 

178,031 

180,371 



54 

Statement — Continued. 





Horses. 


Neat Cattle. 


County, 


No. 


"Value. 


Average 
value. 


No. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 


KendaU 


6,825 

12,994 
6,493 

18,250 
3,635 
7,605 
6,395 
7,046 

10,309 
5,694 
9,243 
4,785 
6,374 
3,034 
1,416 
8,196 
8,862 

14,634 
4,969 
7,888 
3,480 
6,744 
7,542 
3,231 

12,109 
9,965 
4,485 
3,404 

10,035 
6,979 
692 
3,387 
7,426 
3,141 
5,662 


$187,881 
403,720 
167,850 
513,419 
121,909 
227,759 
209,821 
294,811 
334,481 
223,525 
358,631 
176,585 
151,555 
148,004 
61,432 
265,842 
243,636 
576,257 
209,980 
288,017 
155,670 
169,350 
263,970 
116,389 
319,526 
362,294 
135,136 
159,855 
359,790 
81,481 
17,156 
99,694 
284,841 
95,176 
161,897 


$27 53 

31 07 

24 31 

28 14 
33 54 

29 54 

32 81 

41 84 
32 44 
39 25 

38 80 
36 91 

23 78 
48 78 

43 38 
32 44 

27 49 

39 38 

42 25 
36 51 

44 73 

25 11 

35 00 

36 02 

26 39 
36 35 

30 13 
46 96 
35 85 
11 68 

24 79 
2*) 43 
38 35 
30 30 

28 59 


13,466 
25,641 
20,619 
36,927 

8,430 
17,285 
12,884 
13,016 
20,525 
12,210 
24,270 
11,946 
11,050 

7,305 

4,786 
17,683 
26,540 
30,774 

8,879 
17,824 

7,623 
12,520 
14,318 

7,250 
26.548 
19,431 
10,368 

7,873 
20,656 

6,600 

1,900 

5,713 
14^490 

7,720 
16776 


$86,035 

187,487 

142,079 

224,993 

66,962 

111,896 

111,891 

132,725 

157,724 

119,622 

195,000 

109,022 

44,231 

66,135 

43,343 

120,618 

248,916 

317,316 

87,922 

150,905 

63,145 

64,746 

143,180 

69,074 

166,292 

152,455 

77,052 

102,640 

172,298 

60,489 

16,197 

38,260 

104,309 

62,793 

105,429 


$6 31 
7 31 


Knox 


Lake 


6 89 


LaSalle 


6 09 




7 94 




6 47 




8 68 




10 12 




7 68 




9 80 




8 08 




9 12 




4 00 




9 05 




9 05 


McDonough 


6 82 
9 38 




10 30 




9 90 




8 46 




8 28 




5 17 




10 00 




9 63 




6 26 




7 84 




7 43 


Piatt 


13 04 




8 34 

9 16 




8 52 




6 70 




7 20 




8 14 




6 28 


^•il''np > 






14,283 
5,589 
3,630 
7,582 
5,243 
6,138 
9,107 

10,319 
3,022 

12,271 
2,445 
9,406 
6,088 
4,116 
3,993 
7,154 

12,262 
3,021 
8,694 
7,196 

625,242 


489,216 
214,964 
92,646 
280,637 
122,622 
249,849 
273,695 
465,771 
123,096 
440,106 
89,004 
298030 
165,475 
•• 135,600 
129,546 
221,250 
392,846 
108,027 
218,463 
258,118 


34 25 
38 46 
25 52 
37 01 
23 38 
40 70 

30 53 
45 14 
40 33 

35 86 

36 40 

31 68 
27 18 
82 95 

32 44 
30 92 
32 04 
35 75 
25 12 
35 87 


26,343 
14,616 

6,356 
16,962 

9,824 

8,709 
22,142 
17,187 

7,329 
22,548 

4,640 
18,293 
16,003 
13,351 

9,835 
20,618 
86,225 

7,801 
17,489 
13,217 


284,768 
113,160 

49,566 
156,728 

46,201 

73,526 
160,924 
154,145 

60,722 
204,155 

38,251 
144,882 

85,340 
102,547 

76,039 
143,186 
282,074 

73,383 
107,934 
100,123 


10 81 




7 74 




7 80 


Shelby 


9 24 




4 70 


St Clair 


8 43 




7 26 




8 96 


Union 


8 27 

9 05 




8 24 




7 92 




5 33 




7 69 




7 73 


Whiteside 


6 95 




7 78 




9 41 




6 17 




7 58 






Total 


21,064,138 


33 69 


1,428,862 


11,494,808 


8 05 



55 



Statement — Con tinned. 



Countv. 



Adams 

City of Quincy. 

Alexander 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign . . . . 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford 

Cumberland.. . . 

De&ab 

DeWitt 

Douglas 

DuPage 

Edgar 

Edwards 

EfBnghara 

Favette 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Henderson. . . . 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper , 

Jefferson 

Jersey 

JoDaviess . . . . , 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee 

Kendall , 

Knox 

Lake , 

LaSalle , 

Lawrence .... 

Lee 

Livingston . . . 
Logan 



Mules and Asses. 



No. 



,709 
107 
117 
279 
15 
282 
237 
127 



Sheep. 



Value. Average 
value. 



$70,566 

4,760 

7,510 

10,970 

490 

12,496 

5,624 

6,439 



$41 29 
44 50 
64 19 
39 32 
32 67 
44 31 
23 73 
50 70 



No. 



13,467 



665 
6,372 
5,808 
6,544 
3,372 
1,217 



Value. 



$13,186 



704 
6,340 
5,933 
6,939 
2,997 
1,408 



567 
280 
667 
446 
351 



425 
115 
290 
177 
118 
216 
230 

35 
3301 
202 
177 
365 
9 
657 
345 
383 
666 

72 
258 
999 

69 
342 
302 
116 
306 
156 
947 
549 
150 
297 

58 
173 
149 
460 

32 
203 
285 

64 
188 
603 



28,135 

11,565 

26,545 

13,771 

20,007 

26,635 

19,707 

4,677 

6,900 

9,385 

2,670 

7,990 

17,115 

1,420 

11,989 

10,877 

7,170 

14,085 

490 

27,740 

12,090 

16,940 

42,435 

2,284 

9,760 

38.835 

3,694 

18,615 

10,468 

5,487 

15,770 

5,632 

37,596 

21,894 

3,059 

14,348 

1,508 

5,739 

3,741 

16,804 

757 

7,017 

12,781 

2,178 

6,895 

27,024 



49 62 
41 80 
39 80 

30 88 
57 00 



46 37 
40 67 
23 79 
53 02 

22 63 

37 00 
74 41 
40 57 

36 33 

53 85 
40 51 

38 45 

54 44 
42 22 

35 04 
44 23 
63 71 
31 72 

37 83 

38 88 

53 53 

54 43 

34 66 

47 30 
51 53 

36 10 

39 70 
39 88 
20 40 

48 81 
26 00 

33 17 
25 11 

35 44 

23 66 

34 56 
44 84 
34 03 

36 67 
63 72 



3,088 

3,889 

6,068 

18,867 

7,885 



10,590 
6,544 

10,676 
7,^06 
4,514 
6,804 
3,773 

22,060 

20 804 
8,432 
5,663 

10,077 

156 

8,818 

18,630 
4,180 
8,876 
293 
6,992 
6,984 
2,589 
2,527 
2,871 
7,770 
4,589 
8,342 

13,432 
2,067 
2,926 
4,472 

15,r)81 
3,597 
5,291 
6,726 

29,378 
3,900 
7,446 
2,287 
1,779 
9,693 



3,088 
3,077 
7,701 

11,357 
8,217 
3,113 

10,878 
7,615 
5,338 
7,184 
4,524 
5,782 
6,656 

22,857 

19,281 
9,147 
5,708 

10,077 

168 

8 806 

21,217 
4,172 

11,075 
285 
6,992 
6,958 
2,589 
2,650 
2,758 
8,993 
4,585 
8,185 

13,719 
2,068 
2,605 
4,472 

15,614 
8,416 
4,626 
6,762 

27,608 
3,709 
7,420 
2,122 
1,803 
9,919 



56 



Statement — Continued. 



Counlv. 



Macoupin . . , 

Macon , 

Madison. ... 

Marion , 

Marshall ... 

Mason 

Massac 

McDonough , 
McHenry. . . 
McLean. . . . , 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe .... 
Montgomery , 

Morgan 

Moultrie . . . 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Perry 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope 

Pulaslii 

Putnam 

Randolph . . 
Richland . . . 
Rock Island 

Saline 

Sangamon. . 
Schuyler . . . 

Scott 

Shelby 

Stark'. 

St. Clair . . . 
Stephenson. 
Tazewell . . . 

Union 

Vermilion . . 
"Wabash .... 
Warren .... 
Washington 

Wayne 

White 

Whiteside . . 

Will 

Williamson. 
Winnebago. 
Woodford. . 



Mules and Asses. 



No. 



1,392 

575 
1,500 
611 
153 
848 
257 
690 
59 
458 
506 
297=! 
813" 
7o9 
986 
154 
185 
336 
688 
255 
1,245 
186 
66 
87 
644 
274 
137 



Value. 



$51,544 

24,252 

81,824 

23,699 

3,641 

58,114 

14,075 

27,349 

1,512 

19,795 

24,535 

10,884 

16,940 

17,857 

49,650 

6,045 

6,508 

15,306 

25,395 

16,864 

51,898 

12,810 

2,995 

1,875 

26,446 

9,429 

4,300 



Average 
value. 



|37 03 

42 17 
54 55 

38 79 
23 80 
68 53 
54 76 

39 62 
25 62 

43 22 
48 49 
36 58 
54 12 
25 18 
50 35 
39 25 

35 17 
45 55 

36 91 
66 13 
41 68 
68 87 
45 86 
50 70 
41 06 
34 41 
31 38 



Sheep. 



No. 



9,045 

4,086 
4,570 
8,313 
1,759 
1,480 
2,622 
9,358 
22,840 
11,796 
7,949 
2,479 
1,406 
8,843 
6,633 
7,288 
3,165 
2,678 
6,919 
8,548 
11,278 
5,660 
784 
1,446 
5,637 
6,865 
1,472 



Value. 



228 
103 
934 
380 
624 
480 
621 
410 
777 
427 
949 



704 
844 
633 
486 
163 
791 
891 
831 
854 
642 
790 
446 
659 
853 
525 



1,744 

383 

866 

464 

97 

1,357 
127 
379 
357 
262 
187 
796 
799 
399 
3S8 
154 
196 
428 
89 
143 



76,430 

17,077 

13,840 

17,349 

2,724 

68,625 

4,134 

20,540 

17,258 

8,354 

7,457 

31,320 

22,293 

14,399 

IS, 153 

4,948 

5,575 

17,208 

3,560 

6,215 



43 82 

44 59 
37 82 
37 39 
28 08 
50 57 
32 55 
54 20 
48 34 
31 89 
89 88 

39 35 

27 90 
36 10 
83 90 
82 13 

28 44 

40 20 
40 00 
43 46 



42,194 
8,044 
3,750 

28,525 
1,762 
2,476 
6,055 
5,619 
5,507 

22,268 
4,729 
6,198 
5,801 

11,619 
9,575 
1,480 
8,389 
9,458 
4,560 
2,429 



067 
876 
750 
525 
773 
368 
921 
295 
,451 
863 
731 
172 
801 
622 
575 
343 
967 
460 
560 
436 



Total 89, 278 J 



1,708,530 



43 50 



731,379 



747,437 



57 

Statement — Continued. 



County. 



HoKs. 



Xo. 



66,8V3 



6,29(1 
18,678 

3,844 
19,519 
20,674 
10,321 



ValuL'. 



$133,793 



8,955 
23,435 

7.573 
39,869 
28,84i 
15.044 



Average 
value. 



00 



1 42 
1 26 

1 97 

2 04 
1 4(1 
1 45 



Carriages and Wagons. 



No. 



4,941 

266 

319 

1,426 

1,548 

1,327 

4,066 

611 



Value. 



$111,621 

9,850 
10,045 
35,645 
26,263 
29,352 
62.509 
14.551 



17,783 
28,211 
23.577 
28,257 
17,286 




A— 6 



31,544 
10,784 
16,835 
16,904 

9,788 
28,213 
18,114 

7,445 
44,325 
12.149 
16,793 
28,844 

2,326 
21,182 
74,409 
16,33!i 
28,555 

4,346 
15,536 
48,491 

9.501 
25,317 
19,483 
15.223 
24.017 
14,947 
30,263 
13,765 
19,331 
11,600 

8,410 

8,316 

7,413 
52,086 

6,057 
20,934 
15,220 

9,218 
10,938 
30,338 
82,914 



46,539 
75,537 
44,537 
26,718 
29,439 
20,613 
75,198 
29,70 

8,726 
22,680 
12,483 
67,579 
54,371 
15,175 

106,292 
16,104 
22,256 
32,660 
7,031 
21,623 

144 199 

18,489 

79,9"0 

9,047 

17.885 

105,719 
9,616 
72.7.50 
23.701 
42.152 
27.099 
19,194 
28,665 
23.916 
26,292 
11,60! 
15,028 
12.896 
1.3,623 

117,132 
10,685 
35,031 
21,912 
14,824 
17,383 
73.059 
54,251 



2 (il 

2 68 

1 89 

95 

1 7( 



2 38 
2 

52 
1 34 



3 00 
2 04 

2 39 
1 32 
1 32 
1 \h 

3 02 
1 02 
1 94 

1 13 

2 8(1 
2 OS 



1 15 

2 16 

1 01 

2 87 

1 21 

2 77 
1 13 
1 2b 

94 
1 7£ 
1 36 
1 0(^ 
1 76 
1 55 

1 84 

2 24 
1 76 
1 50 
1 44 
1 60 

1 58 

2 41 
1 65l 



1,446 
2,168 
1,491 
1,933 
1,294 



2,097 
5,917 
1.015 
1,007 
3,045 
1,641 
1,165 
2,752 
2.702 

872 
1,017 
1,602 

358 
1,003 
4,302 

817 
1.708 
1,365 

706 
4,073 

241 
1,626 
3,348 
1,846 



1,037 
1,615 
1,555 
2,527 
569 
3,492 
2,114 
2,026 
4,163 
2,575 
5,795 
1,211 
2,511 
2,218 
1,965 
3, 1941 



31,218 
55,258 
36,400 
38,373 
41,276 
34,796 
60,091 
141,195 
12,933 
24,666 
51,337 
46.089 
36,017 
44,198 
75,319 
29.837 
26,544 
38,47(1 

8,567 
29.417 
86,714 
25,294 
60,505 
26.184 
19,928 
81,957 

5,972 
42,08(1 
55,925 
41 579 
32,781 
21,210 
420,80 
45,479 
35,036 
15,086 
52,381 
36,313 
26,467 
91,911 
34,619 
101,541 
34,128 
43,520 
40,644 
66,606 
72,046 



58 
State^nent — Continued. 



Couuty. 



Macon 

Madison 

Marion 

Marshall 

Mason 

Massac 

DcDonough. - 
McHenry ... 
McLean .... 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery 
Morgan .... 
Moultrie . . . 



Peoria 

Perry , 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope , 

Pulaski .... 
Putnam .... 
Randolph . . 
Richland . . . 
Rock Island. 

Saline 

Sangamon . . 
Schuyler . . . 

Scott 

Shelby 

Stark 

St. Clair 

Stephenson . 
Tazewell.. . . 

Union 

Vermilion. . 
Wabash. . . . 
Warren .... 
Washington. 

Wavne 

White 

Whiteside .. 

Will 

Williamson . 
Winnebago . 
Woodford .. 



HoKS. 



No. 



Value. 



24,921 
29,042 
20,030 
12,490 
11,884 
12,005 
47,483 
10,081 
52,278 
23,835 
36,1'77 
10,596 
14,154 
31,210 
19,420 
19,329 
30,104 
13,83': 
16,687 
49,453 
15,777 
6,329 
6,040 
18,707 
12,981 
20,959 



49,104 
53,145 
25,631 
26,575 
23.896 
14^665 

102,807 
17,290 

149,641 
72,764 
93,385 
15,726 
14,249 
62,410 
31,746 
19,885 
63,389 
14,349 
50,205 
75,037 
18,906 
6,289 
11,909 
20,706 
14,148 
28,299 



Average 
value. 



$1 97 
1 83 

1 27 

2 12 
2 01 
1 
2 
1 
2 
3 
2 



22 
16 
71 
84 
05 
58 
1 48 

1 01 

2 00 
1 63 

1 03 

2 10 
1 03 



3 01 
1 52 
1 20 
99 
1 97 
1 12 
1 09 
1 35 



Carriages and Wagons. 



No. 



2,059 
4,165 
1,662 
2,021 
1,551 

610 
3,069 
2,978 
4,348 
1,414 
2,345 
1,578 
1,931 
3,015 

887 
3,441 
3,351 
1,243 

986 
3,829 

626 

287 
1,040 
2,514 
1,252 
2,457 



Value. 



$53,930 
120,900 
49,196 
37,206 
49,774 
17,937 
68,143 
46,803 
111,212 
42,449 
55,140 
34,304 
34,568 
90,430 
22,194 
46,335 
95,975 
32,623 
30,365 
95,426 
16,900 
7,997 
24,564 
67,255 
29,183 
39,740 



Total 2.196,581 



71,804 
30,661 
18,156 
48,025 
13,112 
17,543 
24,124 
31,557 
21,421 
46,278 
8,748 
46,684 
20,841 
20,029 
27,763 
16,887 
11,181 
22,960 
10,891 
22,561 



145,713 

70,582 
34,704 
88,636 
14,669 
20,501 
27,905 
65,296 
20,183 

lll,t 
13,313 

104,244 
20,890 
20,006 
24 227 
29 223 
2M16 
25,393 
18,336 
41,065 



2 03 
2 30 
1 91 
1 84 
1 12 
1 17 



2 
1 
2 

1 OO 
1 00 

87 



89 



1 12 
1 68 
1 82 



4,145 
1,889 
1,183 
2,291 
1,533 
2,946 
3,399 
3,202 
1,193 
8,071 

973 
2,759 
2,028 
1,427 
1,405 
2,615 
4,195 

991 
3,296 
2,419 



128,882 
51,372 
24,092 
61,620 
29,869 
74,140 
62,097 
95,084 
36,376 
83,788 
25,513 
72,061 
44,109 
34,062 
33,557 
52,326 
78,779 
23,896 
70,920 
66,592 



4,032,874 



1 84 



209,247 4,859,507 



59 
Statemen t — Continued . 





Cloi 


ks and Watches. 


Pianos. 


County. 


No. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 


No. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 


Adams 


3,810 

309 

273 

258 

1, 332 

1,115 

3, 394 

404 


§11 959 


$3 14 
15 81 

i;; 80 
8 00 

2 29 

3 64 
2 31 
6 25 


36 
96 

5 
11 
42 

8 
120 

8 


$2, 300 
8, 430 
1, 100 

925 
2,821 

450 
3,999 

100 


$63 89 


City of Quincv 


4, 
3, 
2 
3 
4, 
7, 
2 


886 
767 
065 
050 
062 
850 
524 


87 81 


Alexander 


220 00 


Bond 

Boone 


84 10 
67 15 




150 00 


Bureau 


33 32 


Calhoun 


33 33 


Carroll 




Cass 


838 
1,999 

953 
1,683 
1, 021 


5, 
13, 

6, 
6, 
6, 

3, 
11, 
36 
1 
2 
4 
8 
5 
4 
11 
3 
3 
4 
1 
3 
14 
6 
7 
2 
8 
12 
1 
5 
9 
7 
6 
2 
6 
4 
5 
3 

11 
3 
2 

13 
2 

14 
4 
5 
5 

10 
7 

11 

12 


195 
517 
383 
739 
877 
520 
767 
730 
577 
982 
910 
316 
413 
095 
629 
579 
658 
921 
341 
809 
353 
747 
295 
398 
315 
325 
888 
317 
626 
621 
030 
703 
952 
858 
226 
254 
458 
915 
723 
184 
959 
075 
721 
761 
826 
491 
,686 
,777 
,080 


6 20 
6 76 
6 70 

4 00 

5 75 


88 

54 

4 

16 
8 


1,995 
4,695 
450 
950 
1, 155 
1,180 
2,796 


60 45 


Chanipnign 


87 00 




116 00 


Clark 


59 37 


Clav 


144 37 








1,850 

3,474 

499 

709 

2, 826 

1,601 

764 

2,006 

2, 407 

731 

930 

1,200 

307 

695 

4, 040 

715 

740 

915 

541 

8,655 

254 

1,332 

3,175 

1,654 

903 

783 

1, 264 
963 

1,877 
436 
3,926 
1,211 
1,167 
2,870 
1,729 
4,423 
1,128 

2, 426 
1,682 
1,744 
2,249 
1, 842 
3,525 


6 36 
10 67 

3 16 

4 20 

1 74 

5 19 

7 08 

2 04 
4 83 
4 90 

3 93 

4 10 

4 36 

5 48 

8 55 

9 43 
9 85 

2 62 

6 13 

3 47 

7 43 

8 99 

3 03 

4 60 

6 67 

3 48 

4 71 

5 04 
2 78 

7 46 

2 91 

3 23 

2 33 

4 .-.9 

1 71 

3 18 

4 18 

2 37 

3 16 

6 01 

8 88 
6 89 

4 79 


26 


107 58 


Cook 




Crawford 


1 


100 


100 00 








58 
5 
12 
55 
29 
11 
2 

2 


2,668 

295 

1,205 

2,420 

3,610 

875 

325 

725 

130 


50 34 


De Witt 


59 00 




100 41 


Du Pa"-e 


44 00 




124 48 


Edwards 


79 55 




162 50 


Favette 


80 55 




65 00 








57 
23 
22 
84 


4,210 
2,765 
2,130 
2,433 


74 00 


Gallatin 


120 00 




97 00 


Grundy 


71 56 






Hancock 


42 

2 

16 

95 

83 

7 

2 

8 

80 

94 


2,658 

300 

1,750 

4,898 

2,765 

980 

90 

505 

2,230 

4,847 


68 28 




150 00 


Henderson 


109 37 




51 56 


Iroquois 


83 80 




140 00 


Jasper 


45 00 




64 10 


Jersey 


74 38 




51 56 








180 
22 
39 

102 
53 

170 
5 

70 
18 
24 
89 
83 

108 


8,325 
1, 360 
1,085 

8, 482 
1, 756 

9, 371 
375 

3, 110 
930 
2,815 
2,844 
3,435 
10,800 


46 25 


Kankakee 


61 82 


Kendall 


27 82 


Knox 


83 15 


Lake 


33 13 


La Salle 


55 12 


Lawrence 


75 00 


Lee 


44 48 




51 66 


Logan , . 

Macon 


96 45 

72 92 

104 09 




100 00 



60 

Statemen t — Continued. 



Clocks and Watches. 



riaiios. 



Count J. 



Manor. 

Marshall . . . . 

Mason 

Mas.enc 

McDonough . 
McHenry . . . 

Mi'Lean 

Menard 

Mercer 

Mon;oe 

Montgomery. 

Morgan 

Moultiie .. . . 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Perry 

Pike 

Piatt 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Putnam . . . . . 
Randolph . . . 
Richland .. . . 
Rock Island. 

Saline 

Sangamon. . . 
Schuyler . . . , 

Scott 

Shelby , 

Stark , 

St. Clair 

Stevenson . . 
Tazewell. ... 

Union 

Vermilion . . 
Wabash. . . . 
Warren .... 
AVashington 

Wayne 

White 

Whiteside . . 

Will 

Williamson . 
Winnebago.. 
Woodford . . 

Total 



No. 



1,368 
1, 7H4 

1, -226 
855 

2, 1138 

2, 793 
4, 6'(8 
1,U09 
2,796 

651 
1,412 
1,910 

569 
3,433 
2,528 

990 

757 

3, 164 
604 
244 
937 

2, 114 
1,331 
2,203 



Value. 



Average 
value. 



No. 



$8, 327 
4,719 
0, 123 
4, 379 
8,801 
6,739 

23, 945 

6, 294 

7, 804 
1,876 
5,435 

11,680 
2, 333 

7. 386 
11,258 

5,268 

4, 693 
13, 701 

2,624 
2, 173 
3,977 

8, 178 

5, 197 
8, 794 



$6 08 

2 63 
5 00 

5 12! 

3 00 
2 41 

6 12 



20 
4 33 
4 34 
8 90 
4 24 
3 86 

3 90 

4 00 



If 

40 
16 

9 

21 

90 

104 

7 

12 

14 

24 

108 

I 
65 
43 

8 

3 
40 

6 

5 
20 
17 
18 
78 



Value. 



f 1,900 

1, 790 

1, 580 

815 

1,854 

6, 125 

8,431 

675 

1, 165 

1,270 

1,6,5 

10, 800 

40 



3,131 

2,575 

470 

450 

3, 205 
1,010 

750 
1, 565 
1, 572 
1, 090 

4, 450 



2, 809 

1, 709 

838 

1,676 

1, 307 
1,412 

2, 802 
2, 058 

1, 151 

2, 380 
684 

2,328 
1,349 
1, 128 

1, 103 

2, 601 
3,241 

810 
4, <!20 
2,01 

169,779 



20, 238 
8,662 
1,5S5 
9, 106 
3,310 
6,551 
6,777 

10, 084 
7,576 

11,997 
3, 258 
9,237 
2, 3:^6 
5,034 
5, 551 
7,778 

11, 616 
4,919 
9, 375 
7, 952 

715, 768 



20 
06 
83 
43 
53 
63 
42 
90 
58 
5 04 
4 76 



3 96 

1 72 

4 50 

5 03 

2 99 

3 58 

6 07 
2 (,3' 

13 95J 

4 22 



96 

21 

13 

21 

11 

52 

60 

48 

8 

31 

6 

27 

5 

9 

7 

61 

115 

2 

125 
21 

3,467 



10, 573 

2, 120 
1, 735 

1, 792 
700 

4,483 

4,510 

4, 62^ 

520 

3, 485 
375 

2, 740 
390 
24c 
470 

3, 255 
7,97i 

150 
7,686 
1,077 

248,677 



61 

Statement — Continued. 



County. 



Adnms 

City of Quincy. 
Alexhi.der . . . . 



Boone 

Bi'own 

BulOMU 

Calhoun 

Ciinoll 

Cuss 

ChainpaiLrn.. 
Christian.. . . 

Cli.ik 

Clav 

Clinton 

Coles '. . 

Cook 

Crawford . . . 
Cmnboiland. 
Be Knlb 



Be Witt 

Bounl.lS 

BaPa-e 

5'^<''S'i'' 

Kdwaids 

Eflini;h:un . . . 

Faveite 

ForJ 

Franklin. . . . 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Grocno 

Grundy 

Hamilton .. . . 

II ineock 

Hardin 

Henderson. . . 

Henry 

Loqiois 

Jackson 

Jasner 

Jcffjr>on 

Je 

Jo ' avie 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kank 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

La Sail 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Livingston 
Logan. . . . 
Maooupln . 



Goods and 
merc■h'di^c 



Bankers' 
propeity. 



Value. 



$55,750 
168,340 
92.873 
39,955 
27,645 
29,041 
59,325 
12,375 



Value. 



$5,000 
150 



1,100 
125,000 




53,505 
C6.282 
28,255 
30,620 
36,180 
26,72 
1W,179 
1,104,469 
13,700 

7,873 
28.586 
33,18 
32,27(1 
28,100 
8^,051 
15,225 
16,577 
3;!, 220 

7,530 

13,375 

160.931 

73,835 

58,785 

49,984 

14,825 

89,535 

12.315 

34,920 

101,990 

48,333 

41,970 

11.495 

21,361 

46 460 

153,702 

101,496 

97,911 

57,460 

27,355 

188,372 

23,212 

172,482 

17,833 

37,051 

43,335 

82,318 



3,(iOu 
75 



2,657 
2,237 



25,000 

50 

C750 



Manufact'd |Moncysand 
articles. oiedits. 



Value. 



$7,460 

37,655 

12,325 

9,895 

3 538 

3 138 

4,229 

147 



50,000 



280 

25.000 
5,700 



2,000 

100,000 

4,000 

100,000 

4,000 

4,000 

2.650 

500 

460,524 



13,500 



50O 



230 



2,000 



G,280 
5.298 
12,340 
2,279 
3,798 
301 
6,202 



Value. 



55413,266 
102.90(1 
4,275 
92,785 
69,385 
83,662 
73,738 
35,390 



Bonds, 
stocks, &c. 



25( 

860 

3,100 

6,238 

811 

4,83i) 

14,818 
1,515 
1,000 

12,781 

1 50 

1,47(1 

19,745 

10,280 

11.335 
2,650 
2.189 

10,62(. 

23,2.50 
1,550 
6,143 
3,594 
4,714 
2.413 
3,746 
2,025 

10,727 



10,000 
12,6L&I 



16,775 
5,486 
1,288 

14,569 
875 

24,553 
3,453 
1,605 
2,076 
9,560 



97,585 

132,729 
63,937 

116,563 
99,667 
49,950 

174'.492 
1,215,139 
14,200 
21,378 
80.997 
88,454 

100,012 
89,143 

196 141 
95,039 
36.842 
36 626 
9.773 
25,162 

295,71 I 
75,265 

257,645 
36,437 
14.484 

165.523 
13,448 
07.37.'. 
86,101 
75,452 

116,072 
40,072 
93,7.56 

152,125 
34,803 
50,748 

110.798 
26,020 
68,613 

291,443 
61,485 

122,326 
50,145 
44,071 
40,577 

203,372 

os^4a 



Statement — Continued. 



County. 



Macon 

Madison. . . . 

Marion 

Marshall. . . . 

Mason 

Massac 

Mc Donougli . 
McHeury . . . 

McLean 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery. 
Morgan . . . . 
Moultrie. . . . 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Pen-y 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Putnam 

Kandolph. . . 
Richland . . . 
Rock Island. 

Saline 

Sangamon . . 
Schuyler . . . 

Scott. 

Shelby 

Stark 

St. Clair 

Stephenson . 
Tazewell. . . . 

Union 

Vermilion.. . 

"Wabash 

Warren . . . . 
Washington. 

Wayne 

White 

Whiteside.. . 

Will 

Williamson . 
Winnebago . 
Woodford. . . 



Goods and 
merch'dise. 



Value. 



$122, 

373, 
62. 
54, 
46, 
20, 
66. 
56, 

189. 
M. 
83. 
22! 
39! 

I60: 

8. 

69. 

530, 
63. 
26! 

135: 
23, 
13 
28 
89, 
37, 
89 



095 
000 
725 
206 
700 
258 
667 
140 
,684 
,100 
,162 
830 
922 
620 
275 
,553 
,035 
00(1 
,974 
,380 
,965 
,265 
,922 
,160 
,685 
,923 



Bankers' 
property. 



Value. 



$10,650 
8,100 



Manufact'd 
articles. 



Moneys and 
credits. 



Value. 



7,000 

4,830 

200 

30 

8,300 

117,000 



850 



10,000 
96,200 
82,100 
16,150 
70,460 



77,537 
50 



1,052 
22,100 



$6,040 
310,000 
3,330 
7,851 
1,832 
1,216 
6,306 
6,917 

15,004 

2.855 

4,084 

3,350 

600 

26,380 
865 
6,301 
6,306 
1,885 
2,086 

12,394 

19,8-11 
6,97s 
2,442 
9,930 
5,545 

14,608 



Value. 



$78,588 

360,000 

69,268 

88,980 

34,099 

29,468 

134,426 

107,634 

405,582 

162,548 

133,352 

107,205 

49,905 

466,650 

27,415 

116,865 

196,705 

68,893 

84,720 

524,247 

261,521 

oOO 

179,045 

137,280 

142,041 

110,180 



Bonds, 
stocks, &c. 



335,635 

34,875 

27,815 

48,555 

15,639 

134,805 

103,926 

108,162 

48,220 

96,720 

20,811 

75,596 

28,135 

19,120 

47,740 

65,828 

96,410 

13,000 

187,589 

50,750 



2,500 



6,434 



4.575 

200 

200 

85,000 



Total 9,104,949 2,009,611 



200 

50,000 

172,000 

500 

6,975 

125,000 

60,000 



50,888 

9,895 

7,480 

5,507 

900 

36,430 
7,703 

39,306 
3,386 
6,394 
8,910 
1,673 
380 
1,965 
3,755 
7,247 
9,290 

26,475 

35,000 
7,124 



731,304 

119,702 

86,937 

230,948 

84,271 

208,650 

115,932 

188,086 

124,159 

402,173 

45,220 

158,262 

71,567 

77,143 

57,122 

85,107 

181,494 

16,771 

250,000 

168,111 



1,111,127 13,781,843 443,329 



Statement — C on tinned . 



County. 



Unenumer- 
ated prop- 
erty. 



$164,740 
97,880 

112,,556 
55,995 
50,593 
55,SoO 

141,415 
38,685 



Deductions. 



Total value of 
personal pro- 
perty. 



50,561 

157,515 

79,570 

93,0 

88,656 

229,963 

142,210 

1,445,660 

29,395 

37,341 

67,362 

71,908 

81,8.50 

68,527 

167,800 

44,672 

47,783 

67,713 

27,774 

59,212 

127,651 

75,589 

81,185 

62,588 

41,908 

129,227 

24,867 

49,568 

92,282 

115,603 

91,481 

38,465 

73,720 

84,059 

70,833 

42,702 

126,073 

86,970 

53,160 

311,394 

27,849 

193,277 

81,506 

86,009 

72,245 

156,878 

112,020 

108,112 



110,941 
3,720 
15,594 
14,545 
19,949 
21,071 
39,797 
1,999 



11,790 
54,488 
20,852 
24,453 
6,215 



96,091 
5,225 



14,058 
47,991 
26,042 
45,338 
22,550 
69,015 
15,124 
9,297 



13,861; 

18,322 

42,072 

6,623 

7,790 

46,275 

18,898 

41,038 

1,897 

4,225 

23,151 

60,634 

13,522 

10,001 

24,258 

12,449 

9,766 



38,194 
78,831 
11,679 
59,237 
18,478 
40,163 
8,250 
13,009 
39,954 
40,652 
31,444 
11,933 



Tovrn Lots. 



Lands. 



!1,456,238 

458,291 
302,124 
541,255 
413,727 
459,650 
844,630 
370,171 
464,654 
552,358 
842,015 
581,520 
551,351 
569,761 
669,395 
986,149 

5,691,081 
281,886 
330,322 
596,207 
605,648 
585,607 
596,766 

1,237,6J9 
373,989 
334,244 
536,358 
132,965 
424,190 

1,403,930 
504,177 

1,116,230 
426,816 
398,236 

1,097,044 
262,568 
570,060 
850,891 
708,634 
578,158 
739,296 
610,972 
609,272 
593,488 
365,079 
811,707 
486,690 
464,948 

1,592,303 
473,256 

1,388,882 
414,945 
566,897 
512,972 

1,038,426 
953,675 
803,225 



S;223,031 

2,818,855 

1,469,117 

111,200 

144,141 

111,394 

369,196 

10,278 

117,759 

317,131 

281,708 

170,255 

141.441 

116,622 



380,621 



54,052 

31,211 
191,529 
196,881 

90,920 
131,427 
255,261 

62,048 
116,516 



24,889 

26,035 
577,002 
208,430 
215,420 
301,679 
138,835 
898,913 

22,580 
167,802 
383,500 
191,052 
231,152 

36,695 

80,701 
210,910 
582,280 

32,824 
875,205 
368,065 

72,890 
1,110,246 
260,300 
1,631,155 
127,920 
342,276 
131,048 
396,100 
467,592 
746,991 



$3,663,581 

639,467 
1,<'34,795 

886,881 

864,265 
2,667,094 

383,343 
1,107,839 
1,576,715 
2,169,867 
1,526,705 
1,033,714 
1,129,906 
1,642,856 
2,042,423 
26,563,242 

618,109 

966,064 
1,994,270 
1,349,610 
1.646,721 
1,528,578 
2,984,666 

577,261 

895,289 
1,281,193 

735,255 

710,787 
3,342,357 

681,085 
2,097,610 
1,411,870 

851,685 
2,883,489 

344,881 
1,120,403 
2,084,514 
2,360,559 
1,241,693 

903,702 

771,798 
1,571,305 
1,418,163 

453,561 
1,803,830 
1,550,389 
1,100,827 
3,424,168 
1,255,647 
3,655,902 
1,027,535 
1,835,510 
2,138,561 
2,870,048 
2,542,732 
1,999,611 



6i 

Statement — Continued. 



County. 



Madison . . . 

Maiiiai 

Mar.-hidl ... 
Mason. , . . , 

Massac 

McDoiiough 
Mcilenry. . . 
McLean . . . . 

Meuaid 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Moiitgoujerv 

Morgan 

Moultrie . . . . 

OgL" 

Peoria 

IVrry 

Piatt 

Pil<e 

Pope 

Pulasl<i 

Puinani 

Randolph . . . 
Jiiehland . . . 
Roek liland. 

Saline 

Sangamon . . 
Seliu_\lcr. . . 

Seolt 

Shelbv 

Stark' 

St. Clair . . . 
Stcplienson . 

Tazewell 

Union 

Yerniiliun .. . 

Wabash 

Warren . . . . 
Washington.. 
Wayne .... 

Wliite 

Whiteside . . 

Will 

Williamson. . 
Winnebago . 
Woodfoid . . 



Unenumer- 
ated pro- 
peity. 



Total 11,549,953 



$182 

1 

C6 
132 

54 
118 

8U 
314 

75 
12-2 

74 

59 
1(J8 

48, 
138 
310 

78, 

71, 
177, 

48, 

68, 

4ti. 
122. 

54. 
1U4' 



Deductions 



194 

,076 
,2U1 
,244 
,996 
,015 
86 
,036 
,491 
,211 
5;.3 
75.; 
631 
112 
450 
054 
590 
396 
230 
612 
185 
380 
732 
453 
372 



395, 
99, 
67, 

117, 
63. 

192, 

138, 

214. 
80, 

230, 
30 

107, 
65, 
41 
40, 
96 

141, 
55, 

125, 

115, 



509 
803 
072 
857 
896 
153 
751 
531 
(147 
925 
687 
790 
284 
087 
848 
417 
700 
02 1 
132 
712 



$56 470 

1,739 

23,619 

82 

8,219 

45,910 

99,075 

132,916 

30,2< 

28,939 

7,113 

16,847 



9,397 
48,811 

1,578 

31,103 

67,768 

11S,774 

2,174 



8,336 
19,S42 
72,201 
16,137 



81,586 
26,804 



12,351, 

24,562 



29,225 
50,842 
11,004 
69,380 
92,963 
28,650 



21,312 
7.049 
35,372 
92,505 
13,968 



44,651 



Total value of Town Lots, 
personal pro- 
perty. 



$2,084,038 
626,000 
475,510 
573,986 
257,156 
884,828 
748,600 

2,128,714 
694,905 
925,608 
491,460 
460,(159 

1,502,834 
412,677 
871,354 

1,891,250 
478,455 
487,311 

1,590,223 
551,677 
143,275 
434,087 
859,778 
391,392 
684,48(1 
316,26(1 

2,642,662 
723,339 
413,669 

1,034,909 
362.012 

1,081,915 
883,050 

1,334,638 
518,732 

1,553,663 
281,317 
983,657 
512,190 
491,568 
606,533 
689,586 

1,152,986 
484,735 

1,098,455 
772,349 



2,932,507' 80,720,918 



S2, 291, 086 
279,483 
307,221 



143,147 
447,265 
266,045 

1,030,942 
191,400 
279,087 
195,425 
171,399 

1,442,363 

30,275 

272,606 

2,849,859 
231,850 
149,96.: 
427,040 
59,049 
20', 403 
101,025 
437,380 



695,467 
45,446 

2,652,888 

107,40(I 

157,742 

153,007 

70,975 

1,642,885 
701,008 
794,363 
204,740 
336,442 
127,006 
349,(:8S 
134,740 
64,590 
139,742 
887,898 
777,659 
146,630 
993 862 
192,162 



41,454,142' 197,404,697 



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82 



No. 21. 



STATEMENT of the condition of the Banlts of the State of Illinois on 
the SOth day of November, 1862, shoiving the amount and kind of 
securities held in trust for them, and the amount of notes in circida- 
iion. 



ALTON BANK, ALTON. 



Illinois 6s. . . 
Missouri 6s , 



Circulation 



BANK OF ASHLAND, GOLCONDA. 



Illinois 6s 

North Carolina 6s, 



Circulation 



Illinois 6s. . 
Circulation. 



Illinois 6s. . 
Circulation 



Illinois 63. . 
Circulation 



Illinois 6g. 
Ohio 6s. . . 



Circulation 



Illinois 6a. . 
Circulation 



Illinois 6g.. 
Circulation 



BANK OP BLOOMINGTON, BLOOMINGTON, 



BANK OF GALENA, GALENA. 



BANK OF ILLINOIS, NEW HAVEN. 



BANK OF SPARTA, SPARTA. 



CITY BANK, OTTAWA. 



CUMBERLAND COUNTY BANK, GREENUP. 



$30,958 80 
26,568 00 


$1,000 00 


$5,71'7 00 


$31,350 00 


$26,650 00 



83 



Statement — Continued. 



EDGAR COUNTY BANK, PARIS. 



Illinois 6s.. 
Circulation 



EXCHANGE BANK, ALBION. 



JUinois 6s. . . 

Circulation 



GRUNDY COUNTY BANK, MORRIS. 



Illinois 6s. . 
Circulation 



MAHAIWE BANK, MARION. 



United States'Ss. 
Circulation 



MARINE BANK OF CHICAGO, CHICAGO. 



Illinois 6s.. 
Circulation 



McLEAN COUNTY BANK, BLOOMINGTON. 



Illinois 6s. . 
Circulation 



MECHANICS' BANK, HARDIN. 



Illinois 6s.. 
Circulation 



PAMET BANK, GRIGGSVILLE. 



QUnois 6s. . 
tJirculation 



PRODUCERS' BANK, M'LEANSBORO. 



Qlinois 63 . . 
rirculation. 



REAPERS' BANK, FAIRFIELD. 



ffinois 6 s. 



$8,000 00 



3,'786 00 



$59,400 00 



$11,250 00 



$6,000 00 



$5,100 00 



$8,000 00 



$6,787 00 



$13,088 46 



$11,933 00 



$70,895 5Y 



$60,366 00 



$167,266 66 



$142,169 00 



$20,561 20 



$16,784 00 



$8,000 00 



$6,800 00 



$61,250 00 



Jirculation $56,645 00 



84 



Statement — Continued. 



Illinois 6s 


SYCAMORE BANK, SYCAMORE. 


$6,000 00 






Circulation 


$5 100 00 




TREASURY BANK, GRIGGSVILLE. 




Illinois 6s 


$30,000 00 








Circulation 


$22 495 00 




UNION BANK, BENTON. 




Illinois 68 


$49,750 00 






Circulation 


$39,960 00 






U 
United States 53. . 


$7,000 00 
3,000 00 


Illinois 6s 






Circulation 


$10,000 00 
8,374 00 







RECAPITULATION. 



Illinois 6s 


$692,279 52 


United States 5s > 


15,000 00 


Ohio 6s 


6,000 00 


Missouri 6s 


4,000 00 


North Carolina 6s 


2,000 00 






Circulation 


$719,279 52 
566,163 00 











STATEMENT of tlie securities and circulation of the State Bank of Illinois, Shawnee- 
TOWN, in liquidation by order of court, upon which a pro rata dividend will be declared when 
the securities are sold. 



Illinois and Michigan canal stock. 
Circulation 



,000 00 



,832 00 



85 



No. 22. 

STATEMENT of the accounts of suspended hanks tchose notes are re- 
deemed at this office. 



I 



1861. Oct. 22 


AMERICAN BANK, VIENNA. 
By net proceeds of securities sold 


DR. 


CR. 

$20,038 84 


1862. Nov. 30 


To $24,385 — notes redeemed, at 79-1- 


$19,386 

52 

600 


08 
17 
59 


11 (( 
i( (1 


amount interest paid on $1,500 protested 

balance on hand 






AMERICAN EXCHANGE BANK, RALEIGH. 
Bv net proceeds of securities sold 






$20,038 


84 


$20,038 84 


1861. Aus;. 30 




$15,194 62 


1862. Nov. 30 


To S25,045 — notes redeemed, at 51 


$12,772 
2,421 


95 

67 


ii t< 


balance on hand 






AGRICULTURAL BANK, MARION. 
Bv net proceeds of securities sold 






$15,194 62 


$15,194 62 


1861. Oct. 22 




$18,349 43 


1862. Nov. 30 


To 'S23,442 — notes redeemed, at 63^ 


$14,885 
3,463 


67 
76 




balance on hand 






ALISANA BANK, SULLIVAN. 
Bv net proceeds of securities sold 






$18,349 


43 


$18,349 43 


1861. Aug. 30 




92 

75 


$12,545 67 


1862. Nov. 30 


To >!20,2S4 — notes redeemed, at 55^ 


$11,206 
1,338 






balance on hand 






BANK OF AMERICA, MT. CARMEL. 
Bv net proceeds of securities sold 






$12,545 


67 


$12,545 67 


1861. Nov. 28 




$29,623 74 


1862. " 30 


To $27,856 — notes redeemed, at 93 


$25,906 
3,717 


08 
66 




11 It 


balance on hand 






BANK OF ALEDO, ALEDO. 
Bv net proceeds of securities so'd 






$29,623 


74 


$29,623 74 


1861. Oct. 22 




$6,455 53 


1862. Nov. 30 


To $8,820 — notes redeemed, at 67 


$5,909 
546 


40 
13 




11 11 


balance on hand 






BANK OF ALBION, ALBION. 
Bv net proceeds of securities sold 






$6,455 


53 


$6,455 53 


1861. Nov. 28 




Si 4 S9S fi^. 


1862. " 30 


To $19,075— notes redeemed, at 68 


$12,971 
1,927 


00 
83 




i< It 


balance on hand 












$14,898 


83 


$14,898 83 



86 

/Statement — Continued. 



1861. 
1862. 



1861. 
1862. 



Aug. 
Nov. 



Aug. 
Nov. 



1861. 
1862. 



1861. 
1862. 



1861. 
1862. 



Oct. 
Nov. 



Aug. 
Nov. 



Aug. 
Nov. 



1861. 
1862. 



Aug. 
Nov. 



1861. 
1862. 



Oct. 
Nov, 



1861. 
1862. 



Aug. 
Nov. 



BANK OF AURORA, WEST AURORA. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . 

To $39,007— notes redeemed, at 53. 

balance on hand 



BANK OF BENTON, BENTON. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . 

To $14,452 — notes redeemed, at 58. 

balance on hand. 



BANK OF BROOKLYN, BROOKLYN. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . 

To $9, 271 — notes redeemed, at 78^. 

balance on hand 



BANK OF CARMI, CARML 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . . 

To $23,050 — notes redeemed, at 54^. 

balance on hand 



BANK OF CHESTER, CHESTER. 



By net proceeds of securities sold.. . 

To $17,871 — notes redeemed, at 54|. 

balance on hand 



BANK OF COMMONWEALTH, ROBINSON. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . 

To $13,235 — notes redeemed, at 53 

balance on hand -. 



BANK OF COMMERCE, VIENNA. 



By net proceeds of securities sold . . 

To $17,190 — notes redeemed, at 73|. 

balance on hand 



BANK OF ELGIN, ELGIN. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . 

To $18,724 — notes redeemed, at 66 

balance on hand 



DR. 



$20,673 71 
6,761 44 



127,435 15 



5,382 16 
638 54 



$9,020 70 



$7,277 74 
1,838 33 



),116 07 



$12,562 25 
2,657 24 



15,219 49 



$9,739 70 
2,375 41 



$12,115 11 



P7,014 55 
1,231 58 



,246 13 



$12,634 65 
887 32 



$13,521 97 



S9,057 84 
6,583 21 

$15,641 05 



CR. 

$27,435 15 



,435 15 



$9,020 70 



$9,020 70 



$9,116 07 



}J16 07 



$15,219 49 



5,219 49 



2,115 11 



$12,115 11 



5,246 13 



$8,246 13 



$13,521 97 



; 13,521 97 



$15,641 05 



$15,641 05 



87 
Statement — Continued. 



BANK or FEDERAL UXIOX, ROCK ISLAND. 



1861. 
1862. 



1861. 
1862. 



Oct. 22JBy net proceeds of securities sold. . 
Nov. 30 To ftl3,266 — notes redeemed, at 63. 
balance on hand 



1861. 
1862. 



Oct. 22 

Nov. 30 



Nov. 28 
Nov. 30 



BANK OF GENESEO, GENESEO. 



1861. 
1862. 



1861. 
1862. 



Nov. 28 
Nov. 30 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . . 

To $14,380 — notes redeemed, at 68^ 

balance on hand 



BANK OF INDEMNITY, GALLATIA. 



By net proceeds of securities sold . 

To $22,195 — notes redeemed, at 95 

balance on hand . .' 



BANK OF JACKSON COUNTY, CARBONDALE. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . . 

To $11,166 — notes redeemed, at 79. 

balance on hand 



BANK OF METROPOLIS, NEW MARKET. 



Oct. 22jBy net proceeds of securities sold. . 
Nov. 30 To $36,230— notes redeemed, at 64 
balance on hand 



1861. 
1862. 



1861. 
1862. 



Aug. 30 
Nov 30 



June 15 
Nov. 30 



1860. 
1861. 



May 26 
Nov. 30 



BANK OF NAPERVILLE, NAPERVILLE. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . . 

To $11,218 — notes redeemed, at 64. 

balance on hand 



BANK OF NORTHERN ILLINOIS, WAUKEGAN 



By amount of specie deposited .... 
To $6,224 — notes redeemed, at par. 

expense account 

balance on hand 



BANK OF PERU, PERU. 



By amount of specie deposited 

To $4,977 — notes redeemed, at par 

To expense account 

balance on hand 



DR. 



$8,357 58 
1,882 U8 



$10,239 66 



$9,850 31 

837 29 



$10,687 60 



$21,085 25 
1,183 61 



$22,268 



$8,821 14 
998 1: 



$9,819 26 



$23,187 20 
1,974 62 



$25,161 82 



$7,179 52 

5,890 2S 



$13,069 80 



?<6,224 00 

131 68 

5,667 32 



$ 12,023 00 



$4,977 00 

100 75 

4,522 25 

$9,600 00 



CR. 

$10,239 66 

$ 10,2^. 66 



$10,687 60 



$10,687 60 



$22,268 86 



$22,268 86 



$9,819 26 



$9,819 26 



$25,161 82 



$25,161 82 



$13,069 80 



$13,069 80 



$12,023 00 



$12,023 00 



$9,600 00 



$9,600 00 



88 
Statement — Continued. 



1861. Aug- 30 

1862. Nov. 30 



1861. Aug. 30 

1862. Nov. 30 



BANK OF PIKE COUNTY, GRIGGSVILLE. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . , 

To $22,572 — notes redeemed, at 63. 

balance on hand 



BANK OF QUINOY, QUINCY. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . 

To 113,039 — notes redeemed, at 60. 

balance on hand 



BANK OF RALEIGH, RALEIGH. 



1861. Aug. 30 By net proceeds of securities 

1862. Nov. 30 To $34,575 — notes redeemed, at 57. 
balance on hand 



1861. Oct. 22 

1862. Nov. 30 



1861. Oct. 22 

1862. Nov. 30 



DR. 



14,220 36 
6,200 21 



$20,420 57 



,823 40 
867 16 



$8,690 56 



19,707 75 
3,881 97 



$23,589 72 



BANK OF REPUBLIC, McLEANSBORO'. 



By net proceeds of securities 

To $37,021 — notes redeemed, at 55. 
balance on hand 



BANK OF SOUTHERN ILLINOIS, BOLTON. 



By net proceeds of securities 

To $48,088 — notes redeemed, at 56. 
balance on hand 



BELVIDERE, BANK, BELVIDERE. 



$20,361 55 
7,997 43 



$28,358 9S 



$26,929 28 
7,898 94 



$34,828 22 



1861. Aug. 30!By net proceeds of securities sold. . . 

1862. Nov. 30 To $4,483 — notes redeemed, at 52|-. 
balance on hand 



BOND COUNTY BANK, GREENVILLE. 



1861. Oct. 22 By net proceeds of securities sold. . . 

1862. Nov. 30 To $10,790 — notes redeemed, at 73. 
balance on hand 



1861. Oct. 22 

1862. Nov. 30 



BULL'S HEAD BANK, STE. MARIE. 



Bv net proceeds of securities sold. . 

To $22,840— notes redeemed, at 70. 

balance on hand 



CR. 

$20,420 57 



$20,420 57 



,690 56 



3,690 56 



123,589 72 



; 23,589 72 



$28,358 98 



$28,358 98 



$34,828 22 



$34,828 22 



$2,353 58 
1,725 03 



i,078 61 



,876 70 
757 42 



$8,634 12 



$15,988 00 
2,088 63 

$18,076 63 



i,078 61 



$4,078 61 



3,634 12 



$8,634 12 



$18,076 63 



$18,076 63 



65 
Statejnent — Continued. 





Railroad 
property. 


Total value of 
real and per- 


Acres in cultivation. 


County. 


sonal prop- 
erty. 


Wheat. 


Corn. 
95, 846 


Other field 
products. 


Adams 

City of Quincy 

Alexander 

Bond 


$132,405 


|5, 475 
3,277 
2,410 
1,687 
1,615 
1,538 
4,533 

763 
1,690 
2,446 
3,414 
2,278 
1,726 
1,930 
2,312 
3,538 
34, 070 

954 
1,327 
2,935 
2, 152 
2, 323 
2,481 
4,591 
1,013 
1,346 
1,817 

893 
1,161 
5,341 

1, 393 
3,429 

2, 301 
1,388 
4,988 

630 
1,901 
3,583 
S, 320 
2,051 
1,679 
1,463 
2,391 

2, 593 
851 

3, 845 
2,405 
1,742 
6,419 
2, 105 
7,033 
1,661 
2,903 
2.966 
4,434 
4,253 


255 
146 
708 
250 
347 
183 
996 
792 
252 
204 
190 
480 
506 
851 
251 
954 
191 
047 
597 
211 
139 
248 
761 
535 
298 
049 
551 
109 
012 
041 
692 
260 
353 
757 
546 
029 
■608 
480 
327 
003 
693 
471 
487 
931 
464 
662 
144 
213 
723 
827 
657 
084 
792 
965 
,970 
,860 


19,476 


30, 990 


1, 833 

7,971 
38, 109 

5, 229 
82, 149 

5, 006 


5,941 
35, 825 
14,363 
25, 564 
84, 518 
12, 902 


657 
6,369 




170, 598 
102, 874 
653, 076 


16,196 


Brown 


6, 397 


Bureau 


21, 148 




1,638 


Carroll 






Cass 




9, 306 
11,947 
17,869 
12,887 

7, 332 


43, 325 
77, 734 
51,374 
32, 990 
34, 829 


6,282 


Champai"u 


120,600 


10, 698 


Christia'i 


5,825 


Clark 




7, 561 


Ciay 


114,562 


4,153 


Coles 

Cook 


129,761 
1,815,868 


11,801 


62, 273 


13, 571 




12, 685 

9,071 

71, 243 

13,105 

5,045 


27, 922 
27,261 
41,282 
47, COO 
39, 103 


5,063 


Cumberland 




4,i244 


DeKalb 

DeWitt 


153,205 


26, 921 
6,937 






4,716 


Du Page 


224, 990 
113,909 




Edwards 


18,004 
6, S68 
5,752 

14, 548 
2, 972 
9,275 

37, 430 
3,621 

23, 269 
7,768 
8,976 

27, 985 
2,917 

21,655 

62, 277 
9, 206 

16, 010 
4,333 
9,539 

22, 445 

31,471 


63, 009 
15,443 
21, 869 
33, 048 
12, 375 
14, 270 
78, 148 
21,189 
50, 933 
49, 036 
22,111 
102, 258 
10, 277 
47, 625 
75,597 
56, 482 
21,998 
19, 673 
24, 757 
28,088 
30, 655 


8,880 
9,607 






5,934 


Favette 




8,721 






2,016 


Franlvlin 




2, 590 


Fulton 

Gallatin 


17,752 


23,967 
848 






8,604 


Grundy 


160,988 


11,057 




4,746 


Hancock 

Hardin 


109, 100 


27, 028 
1,075 


Henderson 


43, 343 

264, 575 

60, 082 


1.3,825 
22,001 
11,035 




2, 776 


Jasper 




3,246 






5,262 


Jersey 




4,376 






27, 330 










354, 920 


37, 657 
22,076 
17,464 
44, 987 
26,187 
72,261 
13, 116 
54,587 
22, 448 
25,016 
19, 246 


32, 302 
55, 140 
48, 532 

111,365 
15,291 

154,737 
25, 104 
40, 486 
49, 877 
78, 772 
72, 627 


26, 090 
17, 191 


Kendall 


103,553 
293, 006 
116,624 
357,718 
90, 684 
159,109 
184, 384 
130,396 
289,861 


12,400 


Knox 


24, 451 


Lake 


20, 871 


LaSalle 


39,910 


Liawrence 


3,670 


Lee 


18,034 


Livingston 


10, 666 


Logan 


9,837 




17,317 



A— 7 



66 



Statement — Continued. 



County. 



Macon 

Madison 

Marion 

Marshall 

Mason 

Massac 

McDonough.. 
Mo Henry . . . 
McLean . . . . 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery 
Morgan . . . 
Moultrie. . . . 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Perry 

Piatt 



Pike 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Putnam 

Randolph.. . . 
Richland. . . . 
Rock Island. 

Saline 

Sangamon. . . 
Schuyler. . . . 

Scott 

Shelby 

Stark 

St. Clair 

Stephenson , 
Tazewell. . , . 

Union 

Vermilion. . , 
Wabash . . . 
Warren.. . . , 
Washington. 

Wayne 

White , 

Whiteside . . , 

Will 

Williamson. , 
Winnebago. 
Woodford. . 



Railroad 
property. 



$116, 505 

248,491 

101,470 

81,970 



400, 543 
347, 344 
391,008 



3,290 

183, 394 

17,900 

67,126 

226, 207 



85, 630 



30, 102 



88, 669 
280, 557 



415,398 



Total value of 
real and per 
sonal prop 
erty. 



122, 685 



226,956 

151,326 

48, 109 



100, 068 
53, 037 



258, 787 
383, 165 



309, 812 
36, 230 



Total 11,243,722 330,823,479 



53, 666, 


8, 578, 


2,176, 


1, 928, 


2, 343, 


1, 087, 


4, 040, 


3, 514, 


8, 237, 


2, 490, 


3, 273, 


1,777, 


1,983, 


6, 653, 


1, 390, 


3, 306, 


8, 320, 


1, 677, 


2, 347, 


4, 402, 


1,269, 


670, 


1,228, 


2,913, 


1, 702, 


3,110, 


806 


1,055, 


2, 273, 


1, 384, 


2, 797, 


1,454, 


7, 575, 


3, 739, 


5, 825, 


1,696, 


5, 194, 


945, 


3,757, 


1, 845, 


1,615, 


1,418, 


3, 225 


5,413, 


1,068, 


4,127 


2,718 



332 
475 
302 
793 
618 
049 
201 
920 
932 
840 
212 
781 
414 
896 
452 
009 
039 
154 
008 
157 
190 
070 
651 
528 
675 
444 
002 
068 
435 
294 
596 
584 
570 
331 
631 
530 
079 
571 
033 
090 
354 
155 
334 
308 
297 
520 
390 



Acres in cultivation. 



Wheat. 



28 



29 



671 
040 
210 
109 



951 

589 
951 
538 
477 
780 
683 
282 
180 
045 



690 
216 
226 



964 
208 
378 
139 
528 
290 



849 
392 
280 
650 



714 
807 
525 



015 

496 



662 
588 
735 
255 

470 



650 



Corn. 



11 

78 
29 
122 
50, 
56 
18 
52 
81 
40 



108 
23 
54 



57 



1,963,328 4,119,620 



925 
413 
115 
695 



012 
945 
240 
152 
417 
147 
106 
739 
280 
339 



384 
738 
493 



830 
625 
350 
320 
443 
619 



991 
909 
969 
646 

258 



962 
624 

637 



885 
072 



378 
582 
894 
301 

728 



732 



Other field 
products. 



1, 035, 



67 

No. 15. 

STATEMENT of the aggregate amount of State taxes charged, tlie 
amount of abatements, commissions, etc., deducted, the net amount col- 
lected, the amount 2}aid over by collectors, and the amount remaining 
unpaid in each county for the year 1860. 



County. 



Adams 

City of Quincy. 

Alexander 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign . . . . 

Christian 

Clark* 

Clay 

Clinton 

Colesl 

Cook 

Crawford 

Cumberland . . . 
DeKalb 

DeWitt 

Douglas 

DuPageTf 

Edgar 

Edwards 

Effingham 

Fayette 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fulton«[[ 

Gallatin 

Greene , 

Grundy*[[ , 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin , 

Henderson 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess 

Johnson^f 

Kanef 

Kankakee 

Kendall^f 

Elnox 

Lake 

La Salle 

Lawrence;!: 




1,590 42 
29,813 05 
14,368 00 
12,164 12 
11,419 14 
10,929 48 
31,860 74 
7,258 75 
11,879 28 
17,950 34 
27,811 44 
14,935 20 
14,178 18 
13,749 02 
21,143 69 
28,877 27 
260,583 52 
13,532 42 
9,375 95 
19,700 30 
14,574 01 
14,192 89 
17,351 85 
33,753 28 
7,533 45 
9,230 84 
13,014 70 
6,203 93 
10,404 70 
41,424 58 
19,206 01 
23,677 46 
16,976 20 
11,024 22 
54,537 06 
4,938 75 
13,693 95 
29,498 29 
23,026 62 
12,954 76 
12,813 89 
14,999 32 
16,100 47 
22,399 87 
6,197 79 
27,102 25 
16,870 80 
11,832 64 
46,771 81 
14,895 28 
51,375 98 
12,807 00 



Am't abated. 


Net amount. 


commissions. 




etc. 




$2,446 01 


$38,144 41 


4,116 90 


25,696 15 


848 03 


13,519 97 


1,364 33 


10,799 79 


1,170 46 


10,248 68 


1,595 72 


9,333 76 


1,443 01 


30,417 73 


1,506 30 


5,752 45 


656 43 


11,222 85 


1,392 39 


16,557 95 


4,444 60 


23,366 84 


932 79 


14,002 41 


1,277 33 


12,900 85 


1,786 13 


11,962 89 


5,833 34 


15,310 35 


2,028 95 


26,848 32 


15,527 20 


245,056 32 


2,618 26 


10,914 16 


2,200 04 


7,175 91 


1,255 05 


18,445 25 


1,660 41 


12,913 60 


880 03 


13,312 86 


1,002 37 


16,349 48 


2,509 81 


31,243 47 


849 01 


6,684 44 


2,469 51 


6,761 33 


3,835 13 


9,179 57 


767 83 


5,436 10 


2,366 43 


8,038 27 


2,854 76 


38,569 82 


9,971 99 


9,234 02 


1,032 04 


22,645 42 


1,665 17 


15,311 03 


3,356 75 


7,667 47 


22,162 75 


32,374 31 


1,304 59 


3,634 16 


1,515 17 


12,178 78 


3,945 63 


25,552 66 


5,729 49 


17,297 13 


1,795 06 


11,159 70 


4,973 64 


7,840 25 


866 00 


14,133 32 


1,177 37 


14,928 10 


2,697 50 


19,702 37 




6,197 79 
24,724 59 


2,377 66 


1,061 80 


15,809 00 


699 48 


11,133 16 


2,660 09 


44,111 72 


901 57 


13,993 71 


3,969 00 


47,406 98 


1,604 71 


11,202 29 



Amount paid. 



$38,144 

25,696 

13,519 

10,799 

10,248 

9,333 

30,417 

5,752 

11,222 

16,'557 

23,366 

14,002 

12,501 

11,962 

15,310 

6,579 

245,056 

10,914 

7,175 

18,445 

12,913 

13,312 

10,855 

31,243 

6,684 

6,761 

9,179 

5,436 

8,038 

34,697 

9,234 

22,645 

12,844 

7,667 

32,374 

3,634 

12,178 

25,552 

17,297 

11,159 

7,840 

14,133 

14,923 

19,702 

3,957 

10,481 

15,809 

7,334 

44,111 

13,993 

47,406 

10,738 



Am't unpaid. 



57 




10 




''-7 




54 

09 


3,872 28 


4'?, 




83 
47 


2,466 20 


31 




16 




78 




66 




13 

70 


....■•••.... 


?,5 




39, 




10 




37 




02 
53 
00 


2,240 77 
14,243 06 


88 

79, 


3,798 28 


71 




98 




80 


463 49 



68 
Statement — Continued. 



County. 



Lee 

Liviugston* . . 

Logan 

Macon 

Macoupin. . . . 

Madison 

Marion 

Marshall 

Mason 

Massac 

McDonough . 
McHenry. . . , 

McLean 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery II . 

Morgan 

Moultrie 

Oglef 

Peoria 

Perry 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Putnam 

Randolph . . . 
Richland .... 
Rock Island . 

Saline 

Sangamon. . . 
Schuyler .. . . 

Scott 

Shelby 

Stark 

St. Glair 

Stephenson^. 
TazewellTJ". . . 

Union 

Vermilion . . . 

Wabash 

Warren 

WashingtoH . 

Wayne 

White 

Whiteside. . . 

WillTT 

Williamson. . 
Winnebago. . 
Woodford . . . 



Am't charged. 



Total. 



$20,115 
21,054 
32,296 
24,962 
37,246 
64,416 
18,244 
14,671 
17,437 
10,242 
32,147 
24,797 
58,'o79 
20,668 
21,224 
13,146 
19,877 
47,056 
12,430 
22,289 
60,080 
11,965 
17,990 
35,361 
12,145 

7,027 

8,869 
22,632 
12,496 
29,201 

9,699 
74,712 
16,425 

9.937 
21,259 
12,221 
55,079 
26,488 
42,763 
12,516 
38,526 

8,668 
26,942 
17,183 
12,967 
17,863 
23,757 
43,444 

9,237 
29,270 
20,886 



2,523,536 35 



Am't abated, 
commissions, 
etc. 



$1,712 77 
3,195 36 
2,308 70 
3,847 04 
8,069 74 

23,266 74 
2,215 67 
1,188 89 
4,930 55 
3,126 72 
5,162 72 
1,811 81 
4,831 70 
1,086 76 
1,894 37 
3,913 62 
3,270 58 
3,517 37 
3,340 23 
1,413 68 
3,778 53 
1,835 66 
6,350 97 
3,514 37 
4,963 88 
2,508 52 
481 73 
4,388 09 
1,182 53 
2,731 96 
3,924 59 
3,967 96 
1,006 66 
619 02 
3,326 53 
855 87 
5,217 83 



4,437 17 
752 78 
5,248 48 
1,466 01 
3,535 89 
3,273 53 
2,237 72 
6,502 79 
2,651 98 
2,204 42 
2,254 64 
1,541 41 
3,163 13 



Net amount. 



8,402 64 
17,859 46 
,987 98 
,115 89 
,176 42 
,149 51 
,029 11 
,482 71 
,507 25 
,116 11 
,984 43 
,985 21 
,248 29 
,582 13 
,330 03 
,232 98 
,606 67 
,539 29 
,089 83 
,875 88 
,302 46 
,130 01 
,639 66 
,847 44 
,182 08 
,518 80 
,387 91 
,243 91 
,314 33 
,469 59 
,774 90 
,744 77 
,418 98 
,318 52 
,933 29 
,365 43 
,861 47 
,488 (6 
,326 73 
,764 12 
,277 60 
202 12 
,406 99 
,909 79 
,729 87 
,360 26 
,105 14 
,240 19 
,983 12 
,728 79 
,723 57 



323,135 69 2,200,400 66 2,091,326 89 



Amount paid. 



402 
637 
987 
115 
176 
149 
029 
482 
507 
116 
984 
985 
248 
582 
330 
232 
640 
539 
089 
422 
302 
130 
639 
847 
182 
518 
387 
243 
314 
469 
774 
744 
418 
318 
933 
365 
861 
822 
700 
764 
277 
202 
406 
909 
729 
360 
105 
346 
983 
728 
723 



Am't unpaid. 



109,107 27 



* Suit brought on collector's bond, but judgment not yet rendered. 
1 Suit brought on collector's bond and judgment obtained for amount due. 
\ Suit brought on collector's bond, judgment obtained, and judgment paid off in full. 
\ The collector claims credits equal to the amount due, but not being properly certified by 
the County Clerk, the claim is suspended, for further evidence. 
] Overpaid $33 50. 



69 

No. 16. 

STATEMENT of the aggregate amount of State taxes charged, the 
amount of abatements^ commissions, etc., deducted ; the net amount 
collected, the amount paid over hy collectors, and the amount remain- 
ing unpaid in each county, for the year 1861. 



County. 



Adams , 

City of Quincy 
Alexander :j:. . . 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun , 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign . . . 
Christian .... 

Clark 

Clay . 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford .... 
Cumberland . . 

DeKalb 

DeWitt 

Douglas;]^. . . . 

DuPage 

Edgar 

Edwards ... . 
Effingham . . . . 

Fayette 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton . . . . 

Hancock 

Hardin , 

Henderson . . . 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 



Jefferson. . . . 

Jersey 

JoDaviess. . . 
Johnson *. . . 

Kane 

Kankakee. . . 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

LaSalle 

Lawrence ^. 



Am't charged. Am't abated, 
1 coni'ns, etc. 



125,089 28 $1 



16,712 5y 

10,970 00 

8,315 29 

7,594 24 

7,258 80 

20,889 49 

4,689 90 

7,614 64 

11,772 60 

17,859 08 

10,573 47 

8,092 23 

9,388 05 

14.581 76 

16,598 82 

153,960 28 

5,192 72 

7,587 04 

13,348 95 

10,291 62 

10,593 97 

11,261 92 

21,189 31 

4,559 85 

7,981 07 

10,990 11 

4,527 90 

5,383 04 

24,195 00 

6,261 51 

15,456 63 

11,203 15 

6,255 86 

34.164 51 
2,835 12 
9,598 57 

17,965 78 
20,006 97 

10.165 56 
8,831 69 
7,269 92 

10,880 76 

13.429 72 
3,831 58 

17.430 83 
10,973 79 

7,838 42 
29,312 22 

9,527 68 
32,904 39 

8,816 25 



,426 64 
845 34 
958 59 
639 59 

492 20 
594 59 
918 16 

1.431 30 

493 99 
1,188 60 
2,272 41 

688 81 

687 71 

895 51 

5,550 63 

1,280 27 

8,177 18 

983 79 

1,961 88 

855 93 

1,383 05 

693 35 

675 71 

2,196 12 

219 00 

2,315 33 

3,923 84 

707 70 

439 08 

1,872 57 

1.432 44 
607 12 
974 05 
847 91 

9,310 77 

653 57 

1,432 63 

1,169 54 

5,752 99 

1,669 45 

3,381 51 

395 66 

645 57 

1,711 85 

647 19 

1,100 26 

698 36 

510 76 

1,704 73 

583 19 

2,075 57 

1,919 29 



Ket amount. 



Amount paid. 



.$23,662 64 

15,867 25 

10,011 41 

7,675 70 

7,102 04 

6.664 21 
19,471 33 

3,258 60 

7,120 65 

10,584 00 

15,586 67 

9,884 66 

7,404 52 

8,492 54 

':,031 13 

13,318 55 

145,783 10 

4,208 93 

5,625 16 

12,493 02 

8,908 57 

9,906 62 

10,586 21 

18,993 19 

4,340 85 

5.665 74 
7,066 27 
3,820 20 
4,943 96 

22,322 43 

4.829 07 

14,849 51 

10.234 10 
5,407 95 

24,853 74 
2,181 55 
8,165 94 
16,796 24 
14,253 98 
8,496 11 
5,450 18 
6,874 26 

10.235 19 
11,717 87 

3,184 39 
16,330 57 
10,275 43 

7,327 66 
27,607 49 

8,944 49 
30,828 82 

6,896 96 



$18,127 47 

15,867 25 

4,993 48 

7,675 70 

7,102 04 

6.664 21 
19,471 33 

3,258 60 

7,120 65 

10,584 00 

15,586 67 

9,884 66 

7.248 59 

7,854 45 

9,031 13 

15,318 55 

145,7b3 10 

4,208 93 

5,625 16- 

12,493 02 

8,908 57 

9,734 99 

10,586 21 

18,993 19 

4,340 85 

5.665 74 
7,066 27 
3,820 20 
4,943 96 

22,322 43 

4,229 80 

14,849 51 

10,234 10 

5,407 95 

24,853 74 

2,181 55 

8,165 94 

16,796 24 

14,253 98 

8,496 11 

5,450 18 

6,874 26 

10,025 19 

11,717 87 

3,047 62 

16,330 57 

10,275 43 

4,660 64 

27,607 49 

8,944 49 

30,828 82 

6,896 96 



70 

Statement — Continued. 



Countv. 



Lee 

Livingston . . 

Logan 

Macon 

Macoupin . . . 
Madison . . . . 
Marion \. . . . 
Marshall ... 

Mason 

Massac 

McDonouj;h . 
McHenrv . . . 
McLeang . . . 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery. 
Morgan .... 
Moultrie . . .. 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Perry I 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope 

Pulaskig 

Putnam 

Kandolph . . . 
Richland. . . . 
Rock Island. 

Saline 

Sangamon ... 
Schuyler. . . . 

Scottg:}: 

Shelby 

Stark 

St. Clair 

Stevenson;!:. . 
Tazewell . . . 

Union 

Vermilion. . . 
Wabashg:]: . . 

Warren 

Washington . 

Wayne 

White 

Whiteside. . . 

Will 

Williamson . 
Winnebago . . 
Woodford. . . 



Am't charged. 



913, 
15 
20 
18, 
25 
46, 
10, 
8, 
14, 
5, 
21, 
15, 
37, 
11, 
15, 

9, 
11, 
31, 

9, 
14. 
88 

8 
16 
19 

6 

4 



517 
220 
990 
351 
094 
930 
867 
981 
564 
141 
,541 
,967 
,527 
,511 
,657 
,236 
,329 
,228 
,051 
993 
,166 
,343 
,004 
840 
442 
686 
528 
703 
083 
160 
284 
,747 
,293 
,361 
,571 
544 
,543 
919 
693 
,775 
,150 
443 
739 
391 
379 
562 
834 
373 
791 
594 
680 



Total ! 1,618,771 21 



Am't abated, 
com'ns, etc. 



$1,069 71 
2,657 57 
1,707 57 
1,930 85 
8,001 32 
18,622 09 
1,170 62 

693 69 
4,661 39 

741 63 
2,754 81 
1,160 52 



Net amount. 



502 71 

1,409 00 

1,961 41 

687 

2,403 89 1 

2,621 58 

1,047 49 

2 227 72 

1^388 06 

8,836 36 

1,809 30 

3,032 50 



851 84 
3,971 44 

634 62 
1,677 66 

757 00 
2,494 83 

609 00 



2,341 


76 


365 


49 


4,619 


99 


1,022 


55 


4,444 


75 


494 


63 


3,214 


63 


2,273 


89 


3,366 
1,013 


80 
37 


1,312 
1,643 


85 
02 


1,108 
2,891 


24 
26 


1,014 
2,696 


59 
02 



198,412 32 



Amount paid. 



112,447 95 

12,562 44 

19,283 19 

16,421 01 

17,093 60 

28,308 04 

9,696 84 

8,287 51 

9,902 99 

4,400 34 

18,786 69 

14,807 08 

37,527 95 

11,008 40 

14,248 29 

7,275 07 

10,642 15 

28,824 44 

6,429 84 

13,945 99 

35,938 56 

6,955 07 

12,167 76 

18,531 38 

3,410 42 

4,686 47 

4,677 08 

11,732 07 

7,449 01 

13,482 59 

3,527 27 

47,252 97 

9,684 86 

6,361 60 

13,229 85 

6,178 61 

32,923 71 

15,896 94 

24,248 64 

7,281 31 

23,935 74 

4,443 79 

16,465 98 

7,025 06 

7,365 85 

5,249 82 

14,191 45 

23,265 04 

3,899 84 

17,580 40 

11,884 29 



1,429,358 89 



Amount 
unpaid. 



12,561 
19,283 
16,421 
17,093 
28,308 

9,046 

8,287 

9,902 

4,400 
18,786 
14,807 
33,418 
11,008 
14,248 

7,275 
10,642 
28,824 

6,429 
13,945 
35,938 

6,955 
12,167 
18,531 

8,410 
50 

4,677 
11,732 

7,449 
13,482 

3,527 
47,252 

9,684 

5,294 
13,229 

6,178 
32,923 
13,268 
24,248 

7,281 
20,384 

4,108 
16,465 

7,025 

7,365 

5,249 
14,191 
23,265 

3,899 
11,351 
11,884 



77 

75 

19 

01 

60 

04 

30 

51 

99 

34 

69 

08 

06 

40 

29 

07 

15 

44 

84 

99 

56 

071 

76 

38 

42' 

00 ; 

08; 

07 
01 
59 
27 
97 
86 
83 
85 
61 
71 
08 
64 
31 
97 
92 
98 
06 
85 
82 
45 
04 
84 
77 
29 



11,953 18 



650 54 



4,109 89 



4 636 47 



1,066 77 



2,628 86 



3,550 77 
834 87 



6,228 63 



1,370,072 41 50,286 48 



* Amount unpaid is for taxes received by deceased collector. — \ Abatements, commis- 
sions, etc., estimated only on account of failure of county clerk to make proper returns. — 
\ Charge and abatements estimated only, on account of failure of county clerk to make pro- 
per returns. — \ Account settled in full since Nov. 30, 1862. — § Certificate of abatements, 
otc, not presented at Auditor's office, Nov. 30, 1862. 



No. 17. 

STATEMENT of tlie^^Sdiool Fxmd'" tax levied on the assessment of 
jtroperty^ in the year 1860, shoioing the aggregate amount charged^ the 
amount deducted for abatements^ coimnissions^ etc.', the net amount 
collected^ the amount paid to each county^ etc. 



Counties, 



Adams 

Alexander. . 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau .... 
Calhoun . . . . 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign . 
Christian. . . 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton .... 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford . . 
Cumberland 
DeKalb .... 

DeWitt 

Douglas . . . , 
DuPage. ... 

Edgar 

Edwards . . . 
Effingham. . 
Fayette . . . . 

Ford 

Franklin . . . 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene .... 
Grundy . . . . 
Hamilton. . . 
Hancock . . . 
Harden . . . . 
Henderson . 

Henry 

Iroquois . . . 
Jackson. . . . 

Jasper 

Jefferson .. . 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess . 
Johnson , . . 

Kane 

Kankakee . . 
Kendall . . . . 

Knox 

Lake 

LaSalle . . . , 



^21,015 96 
4,288 95 
3,631 08 
3,408 69 
3,262 53 
9,510 66 
2,166 79 
3,546 05 
5,358 82 
8,301 91 
4,458 27 
4,232 30 

4.104 19 
6,311 54 
8,620 08 

77,786 14 
4,039 53 
2,798 79 
5,880 68 
4,350 45 
4,236 68 
5,092 46 
10,075 61 
2,248 79 
2,755 48 
3,884 99 
1,851 92 

3.105 89 
12,213 14 

5,733 14 
7,067 90 
5,007 91 
3,290 81 
16,279 72 
1,474 25 
4,087 75 

8.805 46 
6,873 60 
3,867 10 
3,825 04 
4,477 40 

4.806 11 
6,686 53 
1,850 08 
8,090 23 
5,033 06 
3,484 70 

13,961. 7S 

4,446 38 

15,336 10 



3 ^ 



51,743 68 
197 95 
357 97 
319 57 
451 17 
337 70 
411 81 
163 08 
353 98 
1,246 47 

220 72 
329 60 
479 09 

1,682 29 
518 60 

4,073 02 
674 57 
615 24 
316 76 
458 46 

221 62 
253 56 
651 76 
210 70 
697 98 

1,116 36 
193 45 
659 65 
750 77 

2,933 43 
231 04 
438 46 
959 44 

6,-524 94 
365 18 
411 00 

1,093 90 

1,646 57 
485 75 

1,461 
203 41 
296 91 
753 60 
264 15 
637 59 
258 33 
178 32 
659 76 
230 00 

1,054 07 



$19,272 28 
4,091 00 
3,273 11 
3,089 12 
2,811 36 
9,172 96 
1,754 98 
3,382 97 
5,004 34 
7,055 44 
4,237 55 
3,902 70 
3,625 10 
4,629 25 
8,101 48 

73,713 12 
3,364 96 
2,183 55 
5,563 92 
3,891 99 
4,015 06 
4,838 90 
9,423 94 
2,038 09 
2,057 50 
2,768 63 
1,658 47 
2,446 24 

11,462 37 
2,799 71 
6,836 86 
4.569 45 
2,331 37 
9,754 78 
1,109 07 
3,676 75 
7,711 56 
5,227 03 
3,381 35 
2,363 18 
4,273 99 
4,509 20 
5,932 93 
1,585 93 
7,452 64 
4,777 73 
3,306 38 

13,301 97 
4,216 38 

14,282 03 



$14,428 
2,102 
4,200 
4,234 
4,167 
9,179 
2,412 
5,015 
4,090 
8,200 
5,426 
6,475 
4,707 
4,905 
6,061 

32,600 
5,277 
3,949 
7,546 
4,690 
3,595 
5,197 
7,327 
2,539 
4,168 
6,224 
2,479 
4,613 

13,062 
3,720 
6,579 
4,484 
4,013 

11,301 
1,846 
4,106 
8,717 
7,981 
5,070 
4,680 
6,283 
4,744 
9,925 
3,680 
9,590 
6,636 
4,797 

10,677 
6,766 

17,669 



H,843 34 
1,988 33 



913 60 



2,039 62 
41,113 07 



419 38 
2,096 74 



257 86 
85 09 



2,624 37 



72 
Statement — Continued. 



'$3,822 
6,004 
6,285 
9,640 
7,451 

11,118 

19,228 
5,446 
4,379 
5,205 
3,057 
9,596 
7,402 

17,337 
6,169 
6,335 
3,924 
5,933 

14,046 
3,710 
6,550 

17,934 
3,571 
5,370 

10,555 
3,625 
2,097 
2,647 
6,755 
3,730 
8,716 
2,895 

22,302 
4,903 
2,966 
6,346 
3,648 

16,441 
7,684 

12,765 
3,736 

11,500 
2,587 
8,042 
5,129 
3,870 
5,332 
7,091 

12,968 
2,757 
8,737 
6,234 



B B 



«-. (tK <rt- 



$442 72 
451 51 
889 01 
583 01 

1,074 80 

2,268 53 

6,830 71 
)03 53 
314 87 

1,415 50 
884 05 

1,450 94 
465 56 

1,301 41 
259 64 
503 33 
656 29 
914 52 
930 25 
947 35 
434 54 
979 80 
500 09 

1,850 52 
967 63 

1,440 15 

718 90 
120 75 

1,242 28 
313 53 
736 39 

1,133 41 

1,003 60 
256 70 
148 20 
940 18 
220 21 

1,426 90 
405 97 

1,211 66 
173 32 

1,464 92 
408 47 
981 76 
917 79 
635 93 

1,888 32 

719 C5 
536 92 
631 92 
373 70 
883 06 



Total 752,622 101 89,649 90 662,972 20 678,751 50 



$3,380 26 
5,553 08 
5,396 01 
9,057 79 
6,376 81 
8,849 72 

12,398 02 
4,842 67 
4,064 71 
3,789 81 
2,173 51 
8,145 23 
6,936 52 

16,035 90 
5,910 17 
5,832 31 
3,268 07 
5,018 98 

13,116 52 
2,763 11 
6,116 10 

16,954 83 
3,071 76 
3,519 82 
9,588 14 
2,185 51 
1,378 80 
2,526 90 
5,513 54 
3,416 88 
7,980 49 
1,761 96 

21,298 71 
4,646 47 
2,818 24 
5,406 04 
3,427 94 

15,014 68 
7,278 32 

11,553 68 
3,563 06 

10,035 29 
2,179 03 
7,060 89 
4,211 57 
3,234 99 
3,443 93 
6,372 03 

12,431 61 
2,125 62 
8,363 67 
5,351 83 






$4,181 
7,684 
7,205 
6,236 
6,083 

10,399 

10,813 
5,950 
5,006 
5,261 
2,843 
7,946 
8,365 

12,464 
3,921 
6,307 
4,544 
6,553 
7,562 
3,190 
9,164 

11,886 
4,572 
3,458 

11,060 
3,575 
1,792 
2,153 
7,056 
4,257 
7,323 
4,234 

11,925 
6,031 
3,555 
7,441 
3,757 

11,460 
9,021 
8,224 
4,924 
9,295 
3,101 
7,659 
6.216 
6,627 
5,807 
7,579 

11,303 
5,406 
8,432 
5,766 






i,821 23 
293 78 



1,584 03 



198 75 



3,571 85 
1,989 15 



5,554 13 



5.068 27 
60 97 



373 59 



657 43 



9,373 29 



3,554 30 



3,328 73 



739 45 



1,128 48 



96,678 83 112,458 18 



1^0. IS. 

STATEMENT of the ^^ School Fund'^ tax, levied on the assessment of 
property in the ijear 1861, showing the aggregate amount charged, the 
amount deducted for abatement, commissions, etc., the net amount col- 
lected, the amount p>aid to each county, etc. 



County. 



Adams $18,226 

Alexander 4,857 

Bond 3,588 

Boone 3,327 

Brown 3,416 

Bureau ' 9,061 

Calhoun 1,917 

Carroll ' 3,383 

Cass 5,120 

Champaign ' 7,566 

Christian , 4,652 

Clark ' 3,549 

Clay ' 4,070 

Clinton • 5 871 

Coles ' 7,284 

Cook : 68,426 

Crawford 2,177 

Cumberland \ 3,136 

DeKalb ' 5,932 

DeWitt ' 4,488 

Douglas 4,689 

DuPage 4,991 

Edgar 9,340 

Edwards 2,026 

Effingham 3,267 

Fayette 4,474 

Ford 1,938 

Franklin 2,369 

Fulton 10,738 

Gallatin ' 2,782 

Greene ' 6,865 

Grundy j 4,857 

Hamilton ! 2,779 

Hancock \ 13,479 



Hardin , 
Henderson 
Henry. . . . 
Iroquois . . 
Jackson . . 
Jasper . . . 
Jeiferson . 
Jersey . . . . 
JoDaviess. 
Johnson . . 

Kane 

Kankakee. 
Kendall . . 
Knox .... 

Lake 

LaSalle. . . 



1,260 
4,115 
7,716 
8,151 
4,382 
3,740 
3,228 
4,818 
5,712 
1,702 
7,725 
4,852 
3,483 

12,966 
4,220 

14,44*7 



5 3 

o" CO 
3 " 
-" o 
o o 

o 5 



$792 39 
379 52 
219 67 
182 21 
466 48 
340 77 
549 91 
194 72 
414 16 
833 29 
251 28 
263 51 
343 08 

1,953 64 
474 16 

3,236 00 
362 17 
721 06 
330 81 
524 71 
247 91 

259 54 
874 56 

63 62 
831 93 

1,377 33 
257 63 
139 12 
760 76 
249 61 
203 84 
335 39 
300 47 

3,149 85 
273 18 
480 36 
422 86 

2,067 87 
605 27 

1,407 95 
132 80 
238 59 
609 60 
324 65 
425 26 

260 71 
202 34 
639 79 
218 77 
778 74 



$17,433 62 

4.478 25 
3,369 16 
3,145 55 
2,950 44 
8,721 22 
1,368 07 
3,188 32 
4,706 51 
6,733 46 
4,401 30 
3,285 90 
3,727 35 
3,917 61 
6,810 81 

65,190 79 
1,815 71 
2,415 58 
5,602 05 
3,963 43 
4,442 07 
4,732 14 
8,465 94 
1,962 98 
2,435 48 
3,096 92 
1,680 49 
2,230 21 
9,977 38 
2,533 28 
6,662 13 
4,522 18 

2.479 41 
10,329 72 

986 87 
3,635 10 
7,293 39 
6,083 67 
3,777 22 
2,332 62 
3,096 16 
4,579 92 
5,103 32 
1,378 27 
7,299 84 
4,592 27 
3,281 40 

12,327 17 
4,001 82 

13,668 85 



d R, 
3 =" 



$12,754 
1,858 
3,713 
3,743 
3,684 
8,114 
2,132 
4,433 
3,616 
7,249 
4,796 
5,723 
4,161 
4,336 
5,358 

28,817 
4,664 
3,491 
6,670 
4,145 
3,178 
4,594 
6,477 
2,244 
3,684 
5,501 
2,191 
4,078 

11,547 
3,288 
5,815 
3,964 
3,647 
9,990 
1,632 
3,629 
7,706 
7,055 
4,481 
4,137 
5,554 
4,194 
8,773 
3,253 
8,477 
5,866 
4,240 
9,438 
5,981 

15,619 



^4,678 79 
2,619 55 



606 86 



1.090 40 



1,452 27 
36,373 11 



1,263 59 

137 93 

1,988 87 



846 45 
558 11 



339 25 



5 42 



385 85 



2,888 41 



74 

Statement — Continued. 






> 



5,934 
6,491 
9,181 
'7,88'7 

10,284 

19,642 
4,675 
3,947 
6,889 
2,231 
9,084 
7,074 

16,475 
5,071 
6,826 
3,924 
4,686 

13,691 
3,625 
6,646 

16,859 
3,575 
6,318 
8,818 
2,761 
1,838 
2,457 
6,600 
3,532 
6,568 
1,808 

22,110 
4,565 
2,798 
6,548 
2,908 

16,208 
7,506 

12,398 
3,443 

11,615 
1,947 
8,061 
4,319 
3,562 
2,892 
6,843 

10,830 
2,860 
8,264 
6,210 



$500 00 

399 04 
872 66 
620 68 
693 56 

2,829 50 
7,303 24 
440 79 
267 47 
1,669 33 
249 92 
986 64 
445 29 
800 00 
168 21 

521 88 
675 37 
230 60 
884 65 
942 22 
406 50 
866 21 
450 00 

1,362 53 

522 53 
1,224 34 

600 00 
363 93 

1,392 34 
243 23 
642 83 
281 31 
956 04 
232 02 
200 00 
840 05 
140 58 

1,645 39 
398 86 

1,631 95 
166 18 

1,296 39 

400 00 
799 24 

1,214 10 
384 17 
521 45 
571 12 
412 57 

1,169 29 
384 68 
877 27 



$3,167 93 
5,535 78 
5,619 08 
8,560 37 
7,193 74 
7,455 02 

12,339 54 
4,234 62 
3,680 15 
4,220 06 
1,981 46 
8,097 51 
6,629 46 

15,675 64 
4,903 71 
6,304 51 
3,249 28 
4,466 05 

12,806 97 
2,683 30 
6,240 28 

15,993 56 
3,125 53 
4,956 33 
8,295 55 
1,537 55 
1,238 99 
2,093 37 
5,208 63 
3,288 79 
5,925 30 
1,526 89 

21,154 09 
4,333 83 
2,698 60 
5,708 28 
2,767 91 

14,663 01 
7,107 36 

10,766 69 
3,277 64 

10,220 60 
1,547 48 
7,262 44 
3,105 15 
3,177 92 
2,370 58 
6,272 12 

10,418 04 
1,690 82 
7,879 76 
5,332 79 



$3,696 
6,792 
6,369 
5,512 
6,377 
9,193 
9,659 
5,260 
4,425 
4,650 
2,518 
7,024 
7,394 

11,017 
3,466 
5,575 
4,017 
5,793 
6,684 
2,820 
8,101 

10,607 
4,042 
3,057 
9,777 
3,160 
1,584 
1,903 
6,237 
3,763 
6,473 
3,743 

10,541 
5,331 
3,143 
6,577 
3,821 

10,130 
7,974 
7,270 
4,353 
8,217 
2,741 
6,770 
5 496 
5,868 
5,133 
6,700 
9,991 
4,779 
7,454 
5,097 



53,047 40 
1,816 49 



2,780 22 



1,073 01 



4,657 70 
.1,487 62 

728 74 



6,122 00 



6,486 16 
1,898 79 



189 91 



10,612 29 



4,432 29 
3,495 93 



2,003 29 
491 88 



426 83 



425 46 
286 30 



Total 701,064 20 75,070 99 625,993 21j 600,000 00 106,695 66 80,602 45 

* Abatements, etc., estimated, owing to the fact that the accounts are not fully adjusted. 



75 



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STATEMENT, showing the amount of Interest on the School Fund, 
and the amount of School Tax Fund, distributed, for the years 1860 
and 1861, to the several Counties. 



County. 



Adams 

Alexander. . 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau . . . . 
Calhoun. . . . 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign. . 
Christian.. . . 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton . . . . 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford . . , 
Cumberland 
DeKalb . . . , 
DeWitt... . 
Douglas . . . . 
DuPage . . . 

Edgar 

Edwards. . . . 
Effingham . . 

Fayette 

Ford 

Franklin.. . , 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton. . . 
Hancock . . . 

Hardin 

Henderson. . 
Henry . . . . 
Iroquois. . . . 
Jackson. . . . 

Jasper 

Jefferson . . . 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess . . 
Johnson .. . . 

Kane 

Kankakee.. . 
Kendall . . . . 

Knox 

Lake 

LaSalle . . . . 



Orders for 1860. 



Interest. 



51,319 
141 
318 
365 
353 
675 
164 
382 
304 
490 
304 
525 
335 
348 
469 

3,410 
418 
301 
586 
363 
231 
456 
568 
190 
262 
394 
63 
346 

1,132 
285 
520 
325 
270 
973 
135 
302 
639 
404 
323 
313 
471 
389 
888 
276 
882 
454 
415 
924 
575 

1,549 



Tax. 



$14,428 94 
102 67 
4,200 69 
4.234 74 

167 63 
179 36 
412 61 
,015 54 
090 74 
200 84 
426 05 
,475 17 
707 64 
905 18 
061 86 
600 05 
277 01 
949 81 
,546 54 
690 03 
595 68 
197 21 
327 20 
539 02 

168 03 
,224 10 
479 23 
613 37 
,062 91 
720 12 
579 00 
484 36 
,013 31 
301 72 
846 69 
106 08 
,717 44 
981 97 
070 27 
680 52 
283 38 
744 55 
925 11 
,680 61 
590 70 
636 41 
,797 02 
677 60 
766 14 
669 96 



32 



Total. 



515,748 57 
2,244 15 
4,518 80 
4,600 33 
4,521 37 
9,854 72 
2,577 03 
5,397 93 
4,395 27 
8.691 59 
5,730 46 
7,001 07 
5,042 73 
5,253 67 
6,531 76 

36,010 34 
5,695 86 
4,251 54 
8,133 02 
5,053 42 
3,827 23 
5,653 35 
7,895 75 
2,729 11 
4,430 15 
6,618 29 
2,543 03 
4,959 42 

14,195 66 
4,006 06 
7,099 42 
4,810 22 
4,283 53 

12,275 30 
1,981 80 
4,409 06 
9,356 58 
8,386 82 
5,393 56 
4,994 04 
6,755 07 
5,133 73 

10,813 80 
3,967 02 

10,472 83 
7,091 30 
5,212 23 

11,602 39 
7,341 66 

19,219 41 



Orders for 1861. 



Interest. 


Tax. 


Total. 


$1335 


46 


§ 12,754 


83 


$14090 29 


143 


18 


1,858 


70 


2,001 88 


321 


93 


3,713 


30 


4,035 23 


369 


98 


3,743 


41 


4,113 39 


357 


98 


3,684 


09 


4,042 07 


683 


46 


8,114 


36 


8,797 82 


166 


39 


2,132 


68 


2,299 07 


386 


98 


4,433 


63 


4,820 61 


308 


18 


3,616 


11 


3,924 29 


496 


64 


7,249 


35 


7,745 99 


308 


06 


4,796 


50 


5,104 56 


532 


20 


5,723 


89 


6,256 09 


339 


11 


4,161 


44 


4,500 55 


352 


67 


4,336 


06 


4,688 73 


475 


54 


5,358 


54 


5,834 08 


3,451 


19 


28,817 


68 


32,268 87 


423 


87 


4,664 


75 


5,088 62 


305 


35 


3,491 


52 


3,796 87 


593 


52 


6,670 98 


7,264 50 


367 


74 


4,145 


86 


4,513 60 


234 


33 


3,178 


48 


3,412 81 


461 


61 


4,694 


21 


5,055 82 


575 


37 


6,477 07 


7,052 44 


192 


37 


2,244 


43 


2,436 80 


265 


26 


3,684 


44 


3,949 70 


398 


91 


5,501 


96 


5,900 86 


64 


57 


2,191 


57 


2,256 14 


350 


20 


4,078 


10 


4,428 30 


1,146 


34 


11,547 


27 


12,693 61 


289 


37 


3,288 


49 


8,577 86 


526 


66 


5,815 


68 


6,342 34 


329 


76 


3,964 


07 


4,293 83 


273 


46 


3,547 


66 


3,821 12 


985 


25 


9,990 47 


10,975 72 


136 


73 


1,632 


43 


1,769 16 


306 


61 


3,629 


68 


3,936 29 


646 


81 


7,706 


02 


8,352 83 


409 


70 


7,055 


87 


7,465 57 


327 


17 


4,481 


99 


4,809 16 


317 29 


4,137 


46 


4,454 75 


477 


34 


5,554 


36 


6,031 70 


393 


85 


4,194 


07 


4,587 92 


899 


35 


8,773 


57 


9,672 92 


279 


73 


3,253 


57 


3,533 30 


892 


72 


8,477 


97 


9,370 69 


460 


34 


5,866 


43 


6,326 7T 


420 


19 


4,240 


45 


4,660 64 


935 


88 


9,438 


76 


10,374 64 


582 


42 


5,981 


10 


6,563 52 


1,568 


04 


15,619 


78 


17,187 82 



76 
Statement — Continued. 



Orders for 1860. 



Interest. 



5 322 10 

360 45 

363 45 

444 88 

446 37 

822 21 

927 53 

431 06 
409 73 

356 65 
222 08 
668 87 
695 61 

928 24 
315 67 
487 11 

357 67 
442 14 
628 90 
220 41 
726 24 

,118 03 

330 62 

198 85 

934 26 
251 33 
123 37 
175 50 
562 30 
333 06 
662 14 
321 69 

,002 05 

513 09 

302 56 

512 20 

308 70 

,044 59 

801 24 

677 92 

394 72 

621 21 

264 32 

652 01 

472 46 

442 20 

450 72 

566 82 

935 63 
435 77 
744 17 

432 79 



Total 53,912 33 678,751 50 



Tax. 



$4 
7 
7 
6 
6 
10, 
10 
5 
5 
5 
2 



,181 55 
,684 39 
,205 23 
,236 56 
,083 03 
,399 72 
,813 99 
,950 48 
,006 14 
,261 19 
,843 96 
,946 48 
,365 35 
,464 05 
,921 02 
,307 60 
,544 84 
,553 71 
,562 39 
,190 37 
,164 98 
,886 56 
,572 91 
,458 85 
,060 81 
,575 40 
,792 75 
,153 31 
,056 03 
,257 35 
,323 06 
,234 74 
,925 42 
,031 56 
,555 91 
,441 37 
,757 24 
,460 38 
,021 03 
,224 95 
,924 68 
,295 84 
,101 29 
,659 20 
,216 99 
,627 10 
,807 72 
,579 96 
,303 13 
,406 86 
,432 70 
,766 56 



Total. 



503 65 
244 84 
568 68 
681 44 
529 40 
221 93 
741 52 
381 54 
415 87 

617 84 
066 04 
615 35 
060 96 
392 29 
236 69 
794 71 

902 51 
995 85 
191 29 
410 78 
891 22 
004 49 

903 53 
657 70 
995 07 
826 73 

916 12 
328 81 

618 33 
590 41 
985 20 
556 43 
927 47 
544 65 
858 47 
953 57 
065 94 

504 97 
822 27 
902 87 
319 40 

917 05 
365 61 
311 21 
689 45 
069 30 
258 44 
146 78 
238 76 
842 63 
176 87 
199 35 



732,663 83 



Orders for 1861. 


Interest. 


Tax. 


Total. 


$325 97 


$3,696 38 


$4,022 35 


567 17 


6,792 82 


7,359 99 


367 80 


6,369 25 


6,737 05 


450 22 


5,512 97 


5,963 19 


451 72 


5,377 25 


5,828 97 


832 07 


9,193 11 


10,025 18 


938 65 


9,559 32 


10,497 97 


436 23 


5,260 07 


5,696 30 


414 65 


4,425 31 


4,839 96 


360 93 


4,650 76 


5,011 69 


224 75 


2,513 99 


2,738 74 


676 89 


7,024 50 


7,701 39 


703 96 


7,394 78 


8,098 74 


939 38 


11,017 94 


11,957 32 


319 45 


3,466 09 


3,785 54 


492 96 


5,575 77 


6,068 73 


361 96 


4,017 52 


4,379 48 


447 44 


5,793 31 


6,240 75 


636 44 


6,684 97 


7,321 41 


223 06 


2,820 20 


3,043 26 


734 95 


8,101 63 


8,836 58 


1,131 44 


10,507 40 


11,638 84 


334 58 


4,042 38 


4,376 96 


201 23 


3,057 54 


3,258 77 


945 46 


9,777 50 


10,722 96 


254 34 


3,160 56 


3,414 90 


124 85 


1,584 73 


1,709 58 


177 60 


1,903 46 


2,081 06 


569 03 


6,237 36 


6,806 39 


337 05 


3,763 39 


4,100 44 


670 07 


6,473 41 


7,143 48 


325 54 


3,730 40 


4,068 94 


1,014 07 


10,541 80 


11,555 87 


519 24 


5,331 75 


5,850 99 


306 19 


3,143 33 


3,449 52 


518 33 


6,577 99 


7,096 32 


312 40 


3,321 31 


3,633 71 


1,057 11 


10,130 72 


11,187 83 


810 84 


7,974 39 


8,785 23 


686 05 


7,270 66 


.7,956 71 


399 45 


4,353 29 


4,752 74 


628 66 


8,217 31 


8,845 97 


267 48 


2,741 44 


3,008 92 


659 83 


6,770 56 


7,430 39 


478 12 


5,495 67 


5,973 79 


447 50 


5,858 20 


6,305 70 


456 12 


5,133 88 


5,690 00 


573 62 


6,700 51 


7,274 IS 


946 85 


9,991 71 


10,938 56 


440 99 


4,779 53 


5,220 52 


753 09 


7,454 31 


8,207 40 


437 97 


5,097 49 


5,535 46 


54,558 81 


600,000 00 


654,558 81 



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Statement — Continued. 



1861. Aug. 30 

1862. Nov. 30 



1861. Nov. 28 

1862. Nov. SO 



1861. Nov. 2S 

1862. Nov. 30 



1861. Aug. 30 

1862. Nov. 30 



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1862. Nov. 30 
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1861. Aug. 30 

1862. Nov. 30 



1861. Aug. 30 

1862. Nov. 30 



1861. Aug. 30 

1862. Nov. 30 



CANAL BANK, THEBES. 



DR. 



By net proceeds of securities sold 

To $16,550 — notes redeemed, at 58^ I $9,681 75 

balance on hand 907 88 



I $10,589 63 



CENTRAL BANK, PEOKIA. 



By net proceeds of securities sold j 

To §28,540— notes redeemed, at 75 1 $21,405 00 

balance on hand I 4,710 99 



$26,115 99 



CHICAGO BANK, CHICAGO. 



By net proceeds of securities sold . , 

To amount paid stockholders 

To $1,030 — notes redeemed, at par 
balance on hand 



$135 60 
1,030 00 
3,873 00 



$5,038 60 



CR. 

$10,589 i-.:'. 



3,589 r.1 



$26,115 if.) 



$26,115 



$5,038 0? 



),038 ;;) 



CITIZEN'S BANK, MT. C.iRMEL. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . 

To $13,799— notes redeemed, at 55. 

balance on hand 



COMMERCIAL BANK, PALESTINE. 



$7,589 45 
1,534 94 



),124 39 



$9,124 Z1 



),124 :•■* 



By net proceeds of securities sold 

To $25,208— notes redeemed, at 56 i $14,116 48 



balance on hand. 



COMMERCIAL BANK OF NEW HAVEN. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . . , 

To $14,098— notes redeemed, at 54^-. 

balance on hand 



1,383 31 



$15,499 79 



^7,683 42 
1,021 54 



$8,704 96 



CONTINENTAL BANK, GRANDVILLE. 



By net proceeds of securities sold . . . 
To $24,695 — notes redeemed, at 58. 
balance on hand 



CORN EXCHANGE BANK, FAIRFIELD. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . . 

To $37,421 — notes redeemed, at 60. 

balance on hand 



A— J 



$14,323 10 
1,179 23 



$15,502 33 



$22,452 60 
8,586 73 

$31,039 33 



15,499 73 



$15,499 7 ' 



3,704 '^^ 



$8,704 



$15,502 ::?: 



$15,502 .; i 



$31,039 ns 



$31,039 n-. 



90 



Statement — Continued. 



-\ •■^ ■ ' 


. Aug. 80 


>,'■■>■' 


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. Oct. 22 


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1. Nov. 30 



CORN PLANTERS' BANK, MARSHALL. 



By Ket proceeds of securities sold . 

To $18,191 — notes redi-emed, at 54. 

balance on hand 



COLUMBIAN BANK, ELIZABETHTOWN. 



By net proceeds of securities sold, . 

To $22,192 — notes redeemed, at 73 

balance on hand 



DOUGLAS BANK, METROPOLIS. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . . 

T© $13,718 — notes redeemed, at 55. 

balance on hand 



EAGLE BANK OF ILLINOIS, THEBES. 



^'<■^\. Oct. 22 
i;..;:. Nov. 30 



Nov. 28 
Nov. SO 



l-ri. Oct. 22 
If.'-.J. Nov. 30 



Aug. 30 
Nov. 30 



1 '^ M . Aug. 30 
\.X.l. Nov. 30 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . 
To $10,248 — notes redeemed, at 70. 
balance on hand 



E. L TINKHAM & CO'.s BANK, McLEANSBORO'. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . . . 
To $21,833 — notes redeemed, at par. 
balance on hand 



FRANKLIN BANK, GREENVILLE. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . . 

To $16,021 — notes redeemed, at 63^. 

balance on hand , . . . . 



FARMERS' BANK, NEW CANTON. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . . . 

To $13,270— notes redeemed, at 64i. 

balance on hand 



FARMERS' BANK OF ILLINOIS, METROPOLIS. 



By net proceeds of securities sold.. . 

To $18,198— notes redeemed, at 61. 

balance on hand 



DR. 



?9,823 14 
1,554 54 



$11,377 68 



$16,200 16 
1,395 81 



$17,595 97 



7,544 90 
554 33 



$8,099 23 



,173 60 
636 86 



,810 46 



$21,833 00 
7,547 29 



$29,380 29 



$10,173 33 
417 80 



$10,591 13 



J,559 17 
541 93 



,101 10 



$11,100 78 
1,354 38 

$12,455 16 



CR. 

$11,377 68 



$11,377 68 



$17,595 97 



$17,595 97 



$8,099 23 



3,099 23 



7,810 46 



$7,810 46 



?,380 29 



),380 29 



$10,591 13 



3,591 IS 



),101 10 



),101 10 



$12,455 16 



512,455 16 



91 

Statement — Continued. 



1861 Au"- 30 


FARMERS' AND TRADERS' BANK, CHARLES- 
TON. 

By net proceeds of tjccurities sold 


DR. 


CR. 

$17,131 67 


1862 Nov 30 


To $21 988 — notes redeemed, at 50 


$10,994 00 
6,137 67 




balance ou hand 






FRONTIER BANK, BENTON. 
By net proceeds of securities sold 






$17,131 67 


$17,131 67 


1861 Au"- 30 




$48,982 02 


1862 Nov 30 


To $82 865 notes redeemed at 53 


$43 918 45 




balance on hand 


5,063 57 






FULTON BANK, VERMONT. 






$48,982 02 


$48,982 02 


1861 Oct 22 




$9,041 64 


1862. Nov. 30 


To $10 727 — notes redeemed at 80 


$8,581 60 
460 04 


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balance on hand 






GARDEN STATE BANK, HUTSONVILLE. 






$9,041 64 


$9,041 64 


1861 Auo- 30 




$22,768 15 


1862. Nov. 30 


To $30,863 — notes redeemed, at 65^ 


$20,215 27 
2,552 88 




U 11 


balance on hand 






GRAND PRAIRIE BANK, URBANA. 






$22,768 15 


$22,768 16 


1861 Au"- 30 




$10,403 05 


1862. Nov. 30 


To $14,731 — notes redeemed, at 55 


$8,102 05 
2,301 00 




U 1( 


balance on hand 






GRAYVILLE BANK, GRAYVILLE. 






$10,403 05 


$10,403 05 


1861. Aug. 30 




$39,047 00 


1862. Nov. 30 


To $49 953 — notes redeemed, at 54 


$26,974 62 
12,072 38 


U <( 


balance on hand 






HAMPDEN BANK, McLEANSBORO'. 
By net proceeds of securities sold 






$39,047 00 


$39,047 00 


1861. Aug. 30 


/ 


$6,589 70 


1862. Nov. 30 


To $9,963 — notes redeemed, at 58 


$5,778 54 
811 16 






balance on hand ^ 






HUMBOLDT BANK, NAPERVILLE. 






$6,689 70 


$6,689 70 


1861. Aug. 30 




$16,094 29 


1862. Nov. 30 


To *25,403— notes redeemed, at 56 


$14,225 68 
1,8G8 Gl 




41 11 


L.t! nee on hand 












$16,094 29 


$16,094 29 



92 

Statement — Continued. 



1861. 
1862. 



Sept. 9 
Nov. 30 



1861. 
1662. 



1861. 
1862. 



1861. 
1862. 



1362. 
1862. 



Nov. 28 
Nov. 30 



Oct. 22 
Nov. 30 



Nov. 28 
Nov. 30 



Jan. 22 
Nov. 30 



1861. 
1862. 



1861. 
1862. 



1861. 
1862. 



Oct. 22 

Nov. 30 



Aug. 30 
Nov. 30 



Aug. 30 
Nov. SO 



HIGHLAND BANK, PITTSFIELD. 



By net proceeds of securities sold 

To 162,590— notes redeemed, at 86 

amount interest paid on $13,300 protested. 

balance on hand 



INTERNATIONAL BANK, RALEIGH. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . 

To $17,410 — notes redeemed, at 87. 

balance on hand 



ILLINOIS CENTRAL BANK, NEWTON. 



By net proceeds of securities sold.. 
To $20,089 — notes redeemed, at 82. 
balance on hand 



ILLINOIS RIVER BANK, HARDIN. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . 
To $14,422— notes redeemed, at 92. 
balance on hand 



ILLINOIS STATE BANK, NEW HAVEN. 



By net proceeds of securities sold.. . 
To $11,205 — notes redeemed, at 65^. 
balance on hand 



ILLINOIS STATE SECURITY BANK, NEW 
HAVEN. 



By net proceeds of securities sold . . 

To $21,220 — notes redeemed, at 73. 

balance on hand 



JERSEY COUNTY BANK, JERSEYVILLE. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . . 
To $15,282 — notes redeemed, at 58^. 
balance on hand 



KASKASKIA BANK, SULLIVAN. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . 
To $11,988— notes redeemed, at 62. 
balance on hand 



$53,201 50 
1,232 55 
1,236 17 



$55,670 22 



$15,146 70 
1,502 15 



$16,648 85 



$16,472 98 
2,789 26 



$19,262 24 



$55,670 22 



$55,670 22 



$16,648 85 



$16,648 85 



$19,262 24 



$19,262 24 



$13,268 24 
1,105 20 



$14,373 44 



$7,339 28 
823 95 



,163 23 



L5,490 60 
1,320 09 



$16,810 69 



$8,939 97 
557 14 



$9,497 11 



i',4;!2 56 
628 55 

5,061 11 



$14,878 4A 



$14,373 44 



?,163 23 



5,163 23 



$16,810 69 



$16,810 69 



J,497 11 



C9,497 11 



5,061 U 



,061 11 



93 

Staieinent — Continued. 



1861. 
1862. 



Oct. 

Nov. 



1862. Ap'l 28 
" Kov. 30 



1861. 
1862. 



1861. 
1862. 



Aug. 
Nov. 



Aug. 
Nov. 



1801. 
1862. 



Oct. 

Nov. 



1861. 
1862. 



1861. 
1862. 



1861. 
1862. 



Nov. 
Nov. 



Nov. 
Nov. 



Aug. 
Nov. 



KANKAKEE BANK, KANKAKEE. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. 

To §8,029 — notes redeemed, at 72. 

balance on hand 



KANE COUNTY BANK, GENEVA. 



By amount specie deposited 

To $374 — notes redeemed, at par. 
balance on hand 



LAFAYETTE BANK, BLOOMINGTON. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . 

To $13,448 — notes redeemed, at 67. 

balance on hand 



LANCASTER BANK, LANCASTER. 



By net proceer", of securities sold. . 
To $19,729 — uotes redeemed, at 55. 
balance on hand 



LAKE MICHIGAN BANK, HARRISBURG. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . 
To 8 1-7,415 — notes redeemed, at 70. 
balance on hand 



MARSHALL COUNTY BANK, LACON. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. 
To $9,236 — notes redeemed, at 86. 
balance on hand 



MERCHANTS' BANK, CARMI. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . . 
To $36,220 — notes redeemed, at 81|-. 
balance on hand 



MERCHANTS' AND DROVERS' BANK OF ILLI- 
NOIS, JOLIET. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . 
To $13,805 — notes redeemed, at 61. 
balance on hand 



^5,780 88 
1,423 29 



$7,204 17 



$374 00 
718 05 



$1,092 05 



$7,665 36 
1,901 81 



),567 17 



$10,850 95 
1,432 40 



$12,283 35 



$12,190 50 
948 53 



$13,139 03 



$7,942 96 
1,114 67 



$9,057 63 



129,519 30 
2,089 19 



$31,609 49 



$8,421 05 
9,138 57 

$17,559 62 



$7,204 17 



$7,204 17 



$1,092 06 



$1,092 06 



$9,567 17 



),567 17 



> 12,283 35 



112,283 35 



113,139 08 



113,139 03 



),057 63 



),057 68 



$31,608 4« 



$31,608 49 



$17,559 62 



$17,559 62 



94: 



Statement — Contiimed. 



1861. 
1862. 



Aug. 30 
Nov. 30 



1861. 
1862. 



1861. 
1862. 



Oct. 22 
Nov. 30 



Aup;. 30 
Nov. 30 



1861. 
1862. 



1861. 
1862. 



MORGAN COUNTY BANK, JACKSONVILLE. 



By net proceeds of securities sold.. 
To $12,479— notes redeemed, at 52. 
balance on hand 



MISSISSIPPI RIVER BANK, OXFORD. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . 
To $21,936— notes redeemed, at 53. 
balance on hand 



NATIONAL BANK, EQUALITY. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . 
To $15, 713 — notes redeemed, at 60. 
balance on hand 



NARRAGANSETT BANK, VIENNA. 



1861. 
1861. 



1861. 
1862. 



1861. 
1862. 



Oct. 22 
Nov. 30 



Aug. 30 
Nov. 30 



Oct. 22 
Nov. 30 



Oct. 22 
Not. 30 



Nov. 28 
Nov. 30 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . 
To $14,167 — notes redeemed, at 49. 
balance on hand 



NEW MARKET BANK, NEW MARKET. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . 

To $27,515 — notes redeemed, at 62. 

balance on hand 



OHIO RIVER BANK, GOLCONDA. 



By net proceeds of securities sold . . . 
To $20,253— notes redeemed, at 81^. 
balance on hand 



OLYMPIC BANK, METROPOLIS. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . 

To $10,040— notes redeemed, at 71. 

balance on hand 



PATRIOTIC BANK, HUTSONVILLE. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . 

To $12,271— notes redeemed, at 86. 

balance on hand , . 



$6,489 08 
1,373 75 



$7,862 83 



$11,626 08 
2,059 98 



$13,686 06 



$9,427 80 
2,732 20 



$12,160 00 



$7,862 83 



$7,862 83 



$13,686 06 



■f 13,686 06 



; 12,160 00 



; 12,160 00 



$6,941 83 
685 12 



!7,626 95 



14,307 80 
1,221 03 



$15,528 83 



,16,506"21 
2,094*87 



118,601 08 



$7,128 40 
664 01 



$7,792 41 



110,553 06 
1,130 88 

111,683 94 



7,626 95 



$7,626 95 



115,528 83 



15,528 88 



118,601 08 



118,601 08 



$7,792 41 



$7,792 41 



111,683 94 



,11,683 94 



95 

Statement — Continued. 



1861. 
1862. 



1861. 
1862. 



1861. 
1862. 



1861. 
1862. 



1861. 
1862. 



1861. 
1862. 



1861. 
1862. 



1861. 
1862. 



Oct. 

Nov. 



Nov. 
Nov. 



Aug. 
Nov. 



Aug. 
Nov. 



Aug. 
Nov. 



Aug. 
Nov. 



Aug. 
Nov. 



Oct. 

Nov. 



PRAIRIE STATE BANK, WASHINGTON. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . 

To $19,666 — notes redeemed, at 59. 

balance on hand 



PITTSFIELD BANK, PITTSFIELD. 



By net proceeds of securities sold . . . 
To $21,977— notes redeemed, at 8H. 
balance on hand 



PLOWMAN'S BANK, TAYLORVILLE. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . . 

To $20,286— notes redeemed, at 53^. 

balance on hand 



RAIL ROAD BANK, DECATUR. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . 

To $18,277— notes redeemed, at 55. 

balance on hand 



REED'S BANK, GALESBURG. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. 

To $9,372— notes redeemed, at 65. 

balance on hand 



ROCK ISLAND BANK, ROCK ISLAND. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. 
To $240— notes redeemed, at 50. . 
balance on hand 



SHAWANESE BANK, ELIZABETHTOWN. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . . 
To $19,171 — notes redeemed, at 63^. 
balance on hand 



STATE STOCK BANK, ST. JOHNS. 



By net proceeds of securities 

To $18,333— notes redeemed, at 72. 
balance on hand 



DR. 



1 11,602 94 
1,523 33 



$13,126 27 



17,911 25 
687 69 



$18,598 94 



110,853 01 
1,523 30 



$12,376 31 



10,052 35 
6,354 49 



$16,406 84 



$6,091 80 
908 89 



$7,000 69 



$120 00 
680 12 



$800 12 



i 12,173 59 
1,538 18 



$13,711 77 



$13,199 76 
1,648 87 

$14,848 63 



CK 

$13,12 



$13,1! 



18,59- 



118,598 ' 1 



112,370 



$12,n7r, 



$16,4CC 



ftlfi,40C. 



7,000 {).) 



17,00(! 



Ssnc 



113,711 



ii3,7i: 



$14,848 



*14,84K 



96 



Statement — Continued. 



l^'U. Aup;. 30 
X.iSi. Nov. 30 



ISU. Oct. 22 
l;v;2. Nov. SO 



r^n. Aug. 80 
i ; ;2. Nov. 30 



r;Gi. Oct. 22 

i.>n2. Nov. 30 



J rtl. Oct. 22 
l;;n2. Nov. 30 



i;--,l. Oct. 22 
K-:;2. Nov. 30 



SOUTHERN BANK OF ILLINOIS, GRAYVILLE. 



By net proceeds of securities 

To $25,199— notes redeemed, at 66. 
balance on hand 



TOULON BANK, TOULON. 



By net proceeds of securities 

To $10,253 — notes redeemed, at 67. 
balance on hand 



UNION COUNTY BANK, JONESBORO'. 



By net proceeds of securities 

To $11,530— notes redeemed, at 61. 
balance on hand 



WARREN COUNTY BANK, MONMOUTH. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . 
To 113,415— notes%deemed, at 70. 
balance on hand 



WHEAT GROWERS' BANK, ANNA. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. . 
To $17,504 — notes redeemed, at 70. 
balance on hand 



DR. 



; 14,111 44 
4,353 80 



OR. 
$18,465 24 



$18,465 24 



5,869 51 
788 71 



$7,658 22 



; 7,083 30 
597 78 



?,631 08 



WESTERN BANK OF ILLINOIS, SAVANNA. 



By net proceeds of securities sold. 

To $7,665 — notes redeemed, at 62. 

balance on hand 



f9,890 50 
1,481 29 



$10,871 79 



5,465 24 



7,658 22 



$7,658 22 



$7,631 08 
$7,631 08 



; 10,871 7» 



i 10,871 79 



$13,218 25 



112,252 80 
965 46 



il3,218 25 



$4,752 30 
528 01 

$5,280 31 



$13,218 25 



.280 81 



,280 81 



97 



No. 23. 



STATEMENT of the accounts of suspended hanTcs, whose time for re- 
demption has expired hj limitaiioii of law. 



1858. Oct. 1 
1861. 



DUPAGE COUNTY BANK, NAPERVILLE. 



1858. 
1861. 



By amount specie on deposit 

To amount of notes redeemed, at par. 

expenses 

balance paid stockholders 



MERCHANTS' AND MECHANICS' BANK, 
CHICAGO. 



Aug. 22 By amount specie on deposit 

To amount notes redeemed, at par. 

expense account 

balance paid stockholders 



1858. 
1861, 



Sept. 18 



1859. 
1862. 



Feb. 1 



COMMERCIAL BANK, OF CHICAGO. 



By proceeds of securities 

To amount of notes redeemed, at par. 

expense account 

balance paid stockholders 



BANK OF OTTAWA. 



By proceeds of securities 

To amount of notes redeemed, at par. 

expense account 

balance paid stockholders 



DR. 



2,774 00 

38 68 

530 32 



$3,343 00 



CR. 

$3,343 00 



!R3.343 00 



$690 00 

30 10 

1,289 90 



$1,960 00 



^653 00 

5 00 

1,431 00 



?!2,089 00 



SI, 960 00 



$1,960 00 



^2,089 00 



$2,089 00 



$6,171 00 

8 25 

1,805 45 


$7,984 70 


$7,984 70 


$7,984 70 



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No. 25. 

A STATEMENT exhibiting the numher and denominations of hank 
note impressions received at this office, the number delivered to the 
respective banks, the numher destroyed and the number now remaining 
in the custody of the Ireasurer. 



Names of Banks. 



Alton Bank . 



Bank of Ashland . . . . 
Bank of Bloomington. 
Bank of Galena 



Bank of Illinois. 



Bank of Kewanee. . 
Bank of LaSalle... 
Bank of Louisville. 
Bank of Momcnce. . 
Bank of the State. . 
Bank of Sparta . . . 



Bank of Trenton 

Bluff City Bank 

City Bank, Cairo 

City Bank, Ottawa. 

Cumberland County Bank. 

Edgar County Bank 

Exchange B;ink 

Graziers' Bank 

Grundy County Bank 

Hermit ige Bank 

Home Bank 

Jacksonville Bank 

Mahaiwe Bank 

Marine Bank of Chicago. . 



JdcLean County Bank 



Mechanics' Bank. . . 
Metropolitan Bank. 
Pamet Bank 



Planters' Bank 

Producers' Bank 

Pork Packers' Bank 

Reapers' Bank 

Salem Bank of Salem 

Sycamore Bank 

Trader.^' Bank 

Treasury Bank 

Uiiion Bank 

Un-ted Slates Stock Bank 



Denominat'ns. 



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6,417 

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26,111 



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7,234 

8,786 
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5,178 
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534 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 



OF THE 



STATE TREASITEER, 



- TO THE 



TWENTY-THIKD GENERAL ASSEMBLY 



OF TKK 



STATE OF ILLINOIS, 



SPRINGFIELD : 

CAKER & PHILLIPS, PRINTERS. 

1863, 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



OF THE 



STATE TREASUREE, 

FOn 1861 AND 1862. 



Tkeasuker's Office, Illinois, 

SpringjieU, Dec. 10z!/i, 1862. 

To the General Assembly of the State of Illinois : . 

I have the honor to submit the following report of the receipts and 
disbursements of the public money, in the two years ending ISTovember 
30th, 1863, as follows, viz : 

Receipts for revenue purposes, including the balance on hand on the 
1st day of December, 1860, amount to $1,775,239 87. Payments on 
the same account amount to $1,400,542 68, leaving a balance on hand 
of $374,697 19. 

Receipts on account of the State Debt Fund, including the balance 
on hand on the 1st day of December, 1860, amount to $640,462 21. 
Payments on same account, up to January 31st, 1861, amount to 
$124,511 40, leaving a balance of $515,950 81 ; which, in accordance 
with an act entitled "An act to relieve the people of this State from 
the payment of exorbitant and unnecessar}^ taxes," approved February 
8, 1861, has been transferred to the Revenue Fund. 

Receipts on account of the Interest Fund, including the balance on 
hand December 1st, 1860, amount to $1,699,136 41. Payments on 
same account amount to $1,338,153 41, leaving a balance in the treas- 
ury of $360,983 00. 

Receipts on account of the State School Fund, including the balance 
on hand December 1st, 1860, amount to $308,546 53. Payments on 
the same account amount to §234,643 40, leaving a balance in the trea- 
sury of $73,903 13. 

Receipts on account of Central Railroad Fund, including the balance 
on hand December 1st, 1860, amount to $287,824 47. Payments on 
same account amount to $65,330 71, leaving a balance in the treasury 
of $222,493 76. 

Amount of Delinquent Land Tax Fund, remaining in the treasury 
on the 1st day of December, 1860, was $4,331 26. Amount transfer- 
red, according to law, to revenue fund $3,993, leaving a balance in the 
treasury of $338 26. 

Amount of the State Land Fund/remaining in the treasury on the 



iirst day of December, 1860, was $231 30 ; which amount has been 
transferred to revenue fund, according to law. 

Receipts on account of the War Fund amount to $3,610,796 59. Pay- 
ments on same account amount to $3,595,695 26, leaving a balance in 
the treasury of $15,101 33. 

Funds deposited in the treasury, from Adams and Hancock counties, 
belonging to unknown and minor heirs, $126 40. 

For a more detailed account of the receipts and disbursements of the 
public money, and the condition of the bonds and other evidences of the 
public debt, I beg leave to refer you to the annexed statements. 

As the law makes it the duty of the Treasurer to report all apparent 
defects, inconsistencies, omissions, unequal or oppressive laws, which 
he may have discovered, I M^ould report, that the law now in force re- 
lating to the payment of interest in the city of New York, leaves too 
much discretion in and responsibility on the treasurer, in paying the 
interest. The law makes no provision as to the manner in which the 
money is to be transmitted to New York, or as to the mode of keeping 
it while there. And I respectfully submit whether the legislature may 
not make some provision for the control and direction of the treasurer, 
the which may lessen the discretion of the treasurer and the hazard to 
the State. 

I would also report, that the time fixed by law, (which is thirty 
days,) during which -the treasurer shall remain in New York, for the 
purpose of paying the semi-annual interest, is unnecessarily long. In 
my judgment, fifteen days, (which is the time which the agents of other 
states remain in New York, for a similar purpose.) is amply sufficient 
for the payment of interest ; and if the holders of bonds will not collect 
the interest within that time, the State ought not to incur the hazard of 
keeping the money longer in New York ; and it can be no great hard- 
ship to tardy creditors, to compel them to present their claims at the 
treasury. 

I would further report, that a large number of coupon bonds, de- 
nominated Illinois and Michigan Canal Bonds, payable after the year 
A. D. 1860, are now outstanding, and the coupons being exhausted, 
the treasurer of the State, as well as the holders of said bonds, are sub- 
jected to great inconvenience in the payment of interest, and the secur- 
ing of proper vouchers of the payment, by the necessity on every pay- 
ment of semi-annual interest of producing the original bonds, which are 
now covered, to a great extent, with the stamps of the State and the 
Canal Trustees. In view of which, it seems to be necessary that some 
law be enacted authorizing the refunding of all past due Illmois and 
Michigan Canal Bonds. 

During the past year frequent comph ints have been made by the tax 
payers of the State, through the collectors of the different counties, of the 

freat difficulty experienced in procuring coin for the payment of taxes, 
would respectfully submit, whether the legislature may not make some 
provision for the relief of the people in that particular, so far as to permit 
the taxes, with the exception of the interest fund, to be paid in IJnited 
States treasury notes. I question the propriety of making the interest 
for the next year, at least, payable in currency. The assessments are 



made, and the tnx books are in the hands of collectors, for the year 
1862. The interest tax levied is only sufficient to pay the interest on 
the public debt tor the coming fiscal 3'ear. The levy for revenue tax 
is only one-third as large as in former years, and will hardly be suffi- 
cient to pay the current necessary expenses of the State. A large 
amount of our debt is held in foreign countries, and the intei'est is pay- 
able in New York, with the current rate of exchange on London added. 
IS^ow, if the Treasurer has to pay this with currency, the exchange will 
be, at present rates, thirty per cent, higher than if it is paid in coin, and 
our interest fund will fall proportionately short of paying the accruing 
interest on our public debt. It seems to me that the honor and interest 
of our State alike demand that we shall continue to provide for the pay- 
ment of our interest in coin, so long as the General Government and 
other states, like Ohio and New York, do the same. If we fail to pay 
coin our secureties will go down in the market in proportion to the 
current rate of premium on coin, and our own people will suffer direct- 
ly from the decline. We have wisely determined to issue currency to 
our banks only on Illinois bonds as security, and by the adoption of 
that measure have made each and every one of our citizens interested 
in preserving our credit as a State unimpaired. Again : suppose, 
what is not impossible, that in the perilous condition of our country, it 
becomes necessary for the State to use her credit for the protection of 
her territory and citizens from the insurgents, do we do wisely to take 
any measures which may weaken or impair her credit ? There seem 
to be great objections to making the interest tax payable in currency 
and ordering the Treasurer to convert enough into coin to pay the 
interest. It will, in either case, cost the people the same. It throws 
upon the Treasurer new and unusual duties. Instead of his being sim- 
ply the custodian and disburser of the public money, he will have to 
perform the functions of a broker. More than all, as stated above, the 
addition of thirty per cent, to the amount calculated as sufficient to 
pay the interest on the public debt, will make the amount levied for 
interest wholly inadequa,te. 

It seems to me that a failure to pay our interest in coin would be a 
great injustice to our creditors, a loss to the State, and a stain upon her 
reputation ; and I would respectfully submit, whether, for the reasons 
stated above, we ought not to collect the interest tax in coin. 

WILLIAM BUTLER, Treasurer. 



TABULAE STATEMENTS. 



No. 1. Statement of the 30th installment of interest paid in the city of 
New York, by William Butler, treasurer. 

2. Expenses on same. 

3. Statement, showing amount of inscribed stock of the State of 

Illinois, entitled to interest on the first Monday of January, 
1861, amount of interest then due, amount paid by the 
treasurer in the city of New York, during the month of 
January, 1861, and amount payable in Springfield, remain- 
ing to the credit of stockholders, on the books of the trea- 
surer. 

4. Statement of interest due sundry persons, January, 1861, un- 

paid February 6tb, 1861, and payable at Springfield. 

5. Statement of past due interest paid at the treasury, from 

the 12th day of December, 1860, to the 17th day of June, 
1861. 

6. Statement of the 31st installment of interest paid in the city 

of New York, by William Butler, treasurer. 

7. Statement of expenses on same, 

8. Statement showing amount of inscribed stock of the State of 

Illinois, entitled to interest on the first Monday of July, 
1861, amount of interest then due, amount paid by the trea- 
surer in the city of New York, during the month of July, 

1861, and amount payable at Springfield. 

9. Statement of interest due sundry persons, July, 1861, unpaid 

Angust 13, 1861, and payable at Springfield. 

10. Statement of past due interest, paid at the treasury, from the 

3d day of July, 1861, to the 19th day of December, 1861. 

11. Statement of the 32d installment of interest paid in the city 

of New York, by William Butler, treasurer. 

12. Expenses on same. 

13. Statement showing amount of inscribed stock of the State of 

Illinois, entitled to interest on the first Monday of January, 

1862, amount of interest then due, amount paid by the trea- 
surer in the city of New York, during the month of Janua- 
ry, 1862, and amount payable at Springfield. 

14. Statement of interest due sundry persons,' January, 1862, un- 

paid February 15th, 1862, and payable at Springfield. 
' 15. Statement of past due interest, paid at the treasury, from the 
23d day of December, 1861, to the 24th day of June, 1862. 

16. Statement of the 33d installment of interest paid in the city 

of New York, by William Butler, treasurer, 

17. Expenses on same. 



No. 18. Statement showing amount of inscribed stock of the State of 
Illinois, entitled to interest on the first Monday of July, 
1862, amount of interest then due, amount paid by the 
treasurer in the city of New York, during the month of July, 
1862, and amount payable at Springfield. 

19. Statement of interest due sundry persons July, 1862, unpaid 

August 13, 1862, and payable at Springfield. 

20. Statement of past due interest paid at the treasury from the 

8th day of August, 1862, to the 29th day of November, 1862. 

21. Statement of Illinois and Michigan Canal Bonds, showing 

numbers of unregistered and registered bonds outstanding, 
and numbers of unregistered and registered bonds taken up 
by the State. 

22. Statement, showing bonded Illinois and Michigan Canal 

indebtedness, amount of bonds issued, numbers of bonds 
issued, denominations, dates, when and where payable, 
registered and unregistered, amount registered and unregis- 
tered taken up by the State, and total amount now out- 
standing. 

23. Statement of the public debt of the State of Illinois, showing 

the number of bonds, class, number, dates, denominations, 
when due, condition of coupons, amount unpaid on each 
bond, and total amount of all outstanding coupon bonds. 
Also, amount of inscribed stock outstanding, and amount 
of scrip and other unfunded indebtedness outstanding. 

24. Statement of collections on account of revenue. 

26. Statement of monthly receipts of revenue, special taxes, etc. 

26. Statement of monthly credits, by Auditor's receipts. 

27. Statement of Eevenue account, leaving a balance 

of. $374,697 19 

28. Statement of State Debt Fund account, leaving 

no balance 00 

29. Statement of Interest Fund account, leaving a 

balance of 360,983 00 

30. Statement of School Fund account, leaving a 

balance of 73,903 13 

31. Statement of State Land Fund account, leaving 

no balance '. 00 

32. Statement of Central K. K. Fund account, leaving 

a balance of 222,493 76 

33. Statement of Delinquent Land Tax Fund account, 

leaving a balance of 338 26 

34. Statement of War Fund account, leaving a bal- 

ance of 15,101 33 

35. Statement of Unknown and Minor Heirs' account, 

leaving a balance of 126 40 

36. Eecapitulation of Treasurer's account, leaving a 

balance in the treasury of $1,047,643 07 



No. 1. 

STATEMENT of interest paid on the debt of the State of Illinois in 
the city of Neio York., hy William Butler, Treasurer^ during the 
month of January., 1861. 



THIRTIETH INSTALLMENT. 



Paid interest due in January, 1861, on $2,104,326 35, new internal improve- 
ment stock, issued under act of 184Y, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due in January, 1861, on $1,486,351 20, interest bonds issued 

under act of 184Y, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due in January, 1861, on $151,166 56, interest bonds of 185'7, 

issued under act of 1851, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due in January, 1861, on $250,890 21, liquidation bonds issued 

under act of 1849, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due in January, 1861, on Illinois and Michigan Canal bonds, etc., 
as follows: 
103 coupons from $1,000 registered bonds of July, 1846, less 25 per cent., 

at $22 50 

55 coupons from $1,000 unregistered bonds of July, 1841, at $30 

764 stamps on $1,000 registered bonds, dated prior to 1847, less 25 per cent., 

at $22 50 

259 stamps on $1,000 unregistered bonds, dated prior to 1847, at $30 

414 stamps on $1,000 registered bonds, dated July 1st, 1847, less 25 per 

cent., at $22 50 

248 stamps on $1,000 unregistered bonds, dated July 1st, 1847, at $30 

517 coupons from £300 registered bonds, payable in London, £9, less 25 per 

cent., with 5 per cent, exchange, at $31 50 

43 coupons from 300 unregistered bonds, payable in London, £9, with 5 per 

cent, exchange, at $42 

408 coupons from £100 registered bonds payable in London, £3, less 25 per 
cent., with 5 per cent, exchange, at $10 50 

29 coupons from £100 unregistered bonds payable in London, £3, with 5 per 
cent, exchange, at $14 

40 coupons from $1,000 internal improvement bonds, at $30 

30 stamps on $1,000 bank and internal improvement bonds, at $30 

13 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1860, at $30. 

891 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1862, at $30. 
16 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1865, at $30. 
215 coupons from $1,00 > bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1869, at $30. 
182 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1870, at $30. 
109 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1876, at $30. . 
173 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1877, at $30. . 
Paid expense attending payment of interest, as per statement herewith 



Be 3, 129 62 

44,590 47 

22,534 95 

7,526 71 



2,317 50 

1,650 00 

17,190 00 

7,770 00 

9,315 00 

7,440 00 

16,285 50 

1,806 00 

4,284 00 



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390 


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480 


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5,460 


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No. 2. 



STATEMENT of expenses attending the payment of interest in the city 
of New York, during the month of January, 1S61. 



Paid for New York World, advertising notice of payment 

" New York Post, advertising notice of payment 

" New York Tribune, advertising notice of payment 

" Brass stamp 

" Stamping apparatus 

" Passage to and from New York.. 

" Expenses on the way 

" Board bill 

" Transportation of $2'70,000 to New York at |2 per 1,000 

" W. W. Rose, interest check book 

" Freight on a box of books to and from New York 



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No. 6. 



ST A TEMENT qf ititerest jpaid on the debt of the State of Illinois in 
the city of Ne%o Yorh^ hy William Butlee, Trecmur&r^ during the 
month of July, 1861. 



THIRTY-FIRST INSTALLMENT. 



Paid interest due Jul}', 1861, on $2,081, 722 46, new internal improvement stock 

issued under act of 1847, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due July, 1861, on |1, 479,782 58, interest bonds issued under 

act of 1847, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due July, 1861, on $250,890 21, liquidation bonds issued under 

act of 1849, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due July, 1861, on |744,247 34, interest bonds of 1857, issued 

under act of 1857, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due July, 1861, on Illinois and Michigan Canal Bonds, etc., as 
follows : 
79 coupons from $1,000 registered bonds, of July, 1841, less 25 per cent., 

at $22 50 

51 coupons from $1,000 unregistered bonds, of July, 1841, at $30 

790 stamps on .*;1,000 registered bonds, dated prior to 1847, less 25 per cent., 

at $22 50 

278 stamps on $1,000 unregistered bonds, dated prior to 1847, at $30 

364 stamps on $1,000 registered bonds, dated July 1, 1847, less 25 per cent., 

at $22 60 

216 stamps on $1,000 unregistered bonds, dated July, 1847, at $30 

545 coupons from £300 registered bonds, payable iu London, £9, less 25 per 

cent., with 6} per cent, exchange, at $31 95 

38 coupons fiom £300 unregistered bonds, payable in London, £9, with 6^ 

per cent, exchange, at $42 60 

514 coupons from £225 registered bonds, payable in London, £13 10, less 

25 per cent, with 6 J per cent, exchange, at $47 92 

624 coupons from £225 unregistered bonds, payable in London, £13 10, with 

6^ per cent, exchange, at $63 90 

38 coupons from £225 registered bonds, payable in New York, £13 10, less 

25 per cent, at $4fi 

43 coupons from £225 unregistered bonds, payable in New York, £13 10, 

at $60 

408 coupons from £100 registered bonds, payable in London, £3, less 25 per 

cent., with 6^ per cent, exchange, at $10 65 

24 coupons from £100 unregistered bonds, payable in London, £3, with 6^ 

per cent, exchange, at $14 19 

103 coupons from $1,000 bonds, dated March 1, 1861, at $20 

35 coupons from $1,000 internal improvement bonds, at $30 

22 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1860, at $30. 
561 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1862, at $30. 
21 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1865, at $30. 
173 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1869, at $30. 
116 coupons from $1,090 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1870, at $30. 
100 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1876, at $30. 
100 coupons from |1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1877, at $30. . 
65 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock issued to Normal Universi- 
ty, due 1879, at $21 66 ; 

Paid expenses attending payment of interest, as per statement herewith 



$62,451 53 

44, 393 39 

7, 526 71 

22, 327 38 



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660 00 
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630 00 
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968 91 

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No. 7. 



STATEMENT of expense attending the payment of interest in the city 
of New Tork^ during the month of July^ 1861. 



Paid for New York Evening Post, advertising notice of payment. 

" New York World, advertising notice of payment 

" New York Tribune, advertising notice of payment.. . . . . . 

" two brass stamps, 

" passage to and from New York 

" expenses on the way. 

" board bill at New York 

" transportation of $340,000 to New York, at $2 per M. . . 

" freight ou box of books, to and from New York 



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55 70 

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No. 11. 



STATEMENT of interest paid on the debt of the State of Illinois in 
the city of New York, hj William Btjtlek, Treasurer^ during the 
month of January, 1862. 

THIRTY-SECOND INSTALLMENT. 



Paid interest due January, 1862, on $1,992,6'7'7 49, new internal improvement 

stock, issued under act of 1847, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due January, 1862, on $1, 357,192 67, new internal improvement 

interest bonds, issued under act of 1847, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest'duc January, 1862, on $740, 173 22,interest bonds, of 1857, issued 

under act of 1857, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest di.e January, 1862, on $230,890 21, liquidation bonds, issued 

under act of 1 849, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due January, 1862, on Illinois and Michigan canal bonds, and 
other coupon bonds, as follows : 

140 coupons from $1,000 bonds, dated March 1, 1861, at $30 

102 coupons from $1,000 registered bonds, of July, 1841, less 25 per cent., 

at $22 50 : 

53 coupons from $1,000 unregistered bonds, of July, 1841, at $30 

866 stamps on $1,000 unregistered bonds, dated prior to 1847, less 25 per 

cent., at $22 50 

350 stamps on $1,000 unregistered bonds, dated prior to 1847, at $30 

395 stamps on $1,000 registered bonds, dated July 1, 1847, less 25 per cent., 

at $22 50 

239 stamps on $1,000 unregistered bonds, dated July 1, 1847, at $30 

546 coupons from £300 registered bonds, payable in London, £9, less 25 per 

cent., with 12|- per cent, exchange, at $33 75 

43 coupons from £300 unregistered bonds, payable in London, £9, with 12^ 

per cent, exchange, at $45 

408 coupons" from £100 registered bonds, payable in London, £3, less 25 per 

cent., with 12^ per cent, exchange, at $11 25 

29 coupons from $100 unregistered bonds, payable in London, £3, with 12i 

per cent, exchange, at $15 

42 coupons from $1,000 internal improvement bonds, at $30 

16 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1860, at $30. . 
782 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1862, at $30. . 
20 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1865, at $30. . 
207 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1869, at $30. . 
262 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1870, at $30. . 
101 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1876, at $30. , 
272 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1877, at $30. . 
65 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock, issued to Normal University, 

due 1879, at $30 

405 coupons from $1,000 war bonds, dated July 1, 1861, at $30 

792 coupons from .$500 war bonds, dated July 1, 1861, at $15. 

663 coupons from $100 war bonds, dated July 1, 1861, at $3.. . i 

Expenses attending payment of interest, as per statement herewith 



27 



No. 12. 



ST A TEMENT of expense attending the payment of interest in the city 
of New York, during the month of January^ 1862. 



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for New York World, advertising notice of payment 

" New York Tribune, advertising notice of payment 

" New York Evening Post, advertising notice of payment ... 

" Passage to and from New York 

" Expenses on the way 

" Board at New Yorlc 

" Telegraphic dispatches , 

" Transportation of $300,000 to New York at $2 per thousand 

*' Freight on box of books to and from New York 

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STATEMENT of interest paid on the debt of the State of Illinois in 
the city of Nero York, hy William Butlee, Treasurer, during the 
month of Jidy, 1862. 



THIRTY-THIRD INSTALLMENT. 



Paid interest due July, 1862, on $1,953,634 16, new internal improvement 

stock, iir^sued under act of ISiY, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due July, 1862, on |1, 313,020 32, interest bonds issued under act 

of 1847, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due July, 1862, on $243,890 21, liquidation bonds, issued under 

act of 1 849, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due July, 1862, on $'7l4,'i''70 36, interest bonds of 185Y, issued 

under act of 185'7, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due July, 1862, on Illinois and Michigan Canal bonds and other 
coupon bonds : 

105 coupons from $1,000 registered bonds, of July, 1841, less 25 per cent., 
at 5;22 60 

57 coupons from $1,000 unregistered bonds, of July, 1841, at $30 00. . . 
860 stamps on $1,000 registered bonds, dated prior to 1847, less 25 per cent., 

at 122 50 , .. 

352 stamps on $1,000 unregistered bonds, dated prior to 1847, at $30 00. . . 
405 stamps on $1,000 registered bonds, dated July 1, 1847, less 25 per cent., 

at |22 50 

250 stamps on $1,000 unregistered bonds, dated July 1, 1847, at $30 00 

543 coupons from .£300 registered bonds, payable in London, £9, less 25 per 

cent., with 11 per cent, exchange, at $33 30 

42 coupons from £300 unregistered bonds, payable in London, £9, with 11 

per cent exchange, at $44 40 

518 coupons from £225 registered bonds, payable in London, £13 10, less 25 

per cent., with 11 per cent, exchange, at $49 95 

688 coupons from £225 unregistered bonds, payable in London, £13 10, 

with 1 1 per cent, exchange, at $66 60 

39 coupons from £225 registered bonds, payable in New York, £13 10, 

less 25 per cent., at $45 00 

89 coupons from £225 unregistered bonds, payable in New York, £13 10, 

at $60 00 

408 coupons from £100 registered bonds, payable in London, £3, less 25 per 

cent., with 11 per cent, exchange, at $11 10 

27 coupons from £100 unregistered bonds, payable in London, £3, with 11 

per cent, exchange, at $14 80 

161 coupons from $1,000 bonds, dated March 1st, 1861, at $30 00 

41 coupons from $1,000 internal improvement bonds, at $30 00 

22 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1860, at $30. . 

776 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1862, at $30. . 

27 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1865, at $30. . 

205 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1869, at $30. . 

301 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1870, at $30. . 

106 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1876, at $30. . 
338 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1877, at $30. . 

65 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock, issued to Normal Universi- 
ty, due 1879, at $30 

1044 coupons from $1,000 war bond,?, of July 1, 1861, at $30 

989 coupons from $500 war bonds, of July 1, 1861, at $15 

4917 coupons from $100 war bonds, of July 1, 1861, at $3 

Expenses attending payment of interest, as per statement herewith 



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No. 17. 



SATEMENT of expense attending the payment of interest in the city 
of New York, during the month of July ^ 1862. 



Paid for New York Tribune, advertising notice of payment 

" New York "World, advertising notice of payment 

" New York Evening Post, advertising notice of payment 

" passage of Treasurer from New York 

" expenses on the way 

" passage of clerk to and from New York 

" expenses on the way 

" board bill at New York : 

" transportation of $400,000, to New York, at $2 per M 

" freight on box of books, to and from New York 

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No. 21. 

STATE MENT of Illinois and Michigan Canal bonds, showing numbers 
of unregistered and registered bonds outstanding, and numbers of 
unregistered and registered bonds taken up by the State. 



1,000 BONDS, ISSCED UNDER LAWS OF 1836 AND 1837. 



Unregistered bonds outstanding : Numbers 21-25, 99, 101, 103, 

105, 107, 111, 113, 115, 117-119, 128, 129, 147-150, 166-168, 

178-183,206-229,268,270, 271 58 

274, 277, 551, 591-593, 598, 599, 617-687, 696, 697, 700, 739-750, 

752, 754, 758, 759, 762, 763 100 

768, 769, 775, 777, 778, 779, 782, 783, 785, 786, 787, 793, 795, 

797-S02, 814, 815, 822, 825, 829, 830 25 

832, 835, 838-844, 847, 850, 853, 854, 857, 858, 859, 865-878, 

880, 882, 883, 885, 886 35 

888-896, 899, 910, 911, 915-920, 922, 924, 925, 927, 930-939, 

942, 958, 959, 961, 964 37 

965, 967, 1006-1019, 1030, 1036, 1038, 1050, 1051-1054, 1056, 

1070-1075, 1102, 1103, 11^5 34 

1161, 1153, 1171-1183, 1187, 1202, 1204, 1206, 1210, 1212, 1215, 

1217-1219, 1222, 1223, 1229, 1237 29 

1238-1246, 1260-1262, 1283-1298 28 

Registered bonds outstanding : Xnmbers 1-20, 26-80, 83-98, 100, 

102, 104, 106, 108, 109, 110, 112, 114, 116, 120-127, 130-142, 

144-146 125 

151-165, 169-177, 184-205, 230-258, 263-267, 269, 272, 273, 275, 

276,278-550,553,554, 556-585, 589,590 392 

594-597, 601-616, 688-695, 698, 699, 701-738, 776, 780, 781, 784, 

788-792,803-813,817-821, 823,824 95 

826, 827, 828, 831, 833, 834, 836, 837, 845, 846, 848, 849, 851, 

852, 855, 856, 860-863, 879, 881, 884, 887 24 

898,901-906,912, 913, 914,921, 923, 926, 928,9^9, 940,941, 

943-957, 960, 962, 963, 966, 968-970 39 

1001-1004, 1020, 1022-1029, 1031-1035, 1037, 1039, 1042-1049, 

1055, 1057-1066, 1068, 1069 41 

1076-1100, 1104-1124, 1126-1150, 1152, 1154-1170, 1184-1186, 

1188-1201, 1203, 1205,1207, 1208, 1209 Ill 

1211, 1213, 1214, 1216, 1220, 1221, 1224-1228, 1230-1236, 1247- 

1259, 1263-1270, 1272-1282, 1299, 1300 52 

Unregistered bonds taken up by the State : Numbers 586-588, 
751,753,755-757,760,761,764-767, 770-774, 794, 796, 816, 
897,900, 971,1000 54 

1005, 1021, 1101, 1271 4 

Registered bonds taken up by the State : Numbers 81, 82, 143, 
259-262, 552, 555, 600, 864, 907-909, 1040, 1041, 1067 

S1,000 BONDS, ISSUED AND DATED JULY, 1841. 

Unregistered bonds outstanding : Numbers 2, 3, 4, 8, 10, 18, 19, 
26,29-34,36,37,39,42,48,51,55,56,58-60, 66, 69, 71, 72, 
74, 77, 78 32 

80, 87, 88, 99, 103, 104, 107, 112-115,122,123,125,126,128, 
129, 179, 181, 185-190, 199, 200 27 



No. of 
bonds. 



346 



879 



58 



17 



1,300 



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Amouiit. 



$346,000 00 



[879,000 00 



58,000 00 



17,000 00 



,300,000 00 



859,000 00 



4:3 



Statement — Continued. 



$1,000 BONDS, ISSUED AND DATED JULY, 1841. — Continued. 



Registered bonds outstanding: Numbers 6, 7, 9, 11, 12, 14, lY, 
20-25, 27, 40, 41, 43-47, 49, 50, 62-54, 61, 68, 73, 75, 79, 81, 
84,85 34 

89-95, 97, 98, 100-102, 118-120, 127, 130-143, 145-174, 177, 178, 
ISO, 182, 183, 191-193, 195, 196 70 

Unregistered bonds taken up bv the State: Numbers 1, 5, 13, 16, 
35, 38, 57, 62-65, 67, 70, 76, 82, 83, 86, 96, 105, 106, 111, 116, 
117, 121,124 25 

144, 175, 176, 184 4 

Registered bonds taken up bv the State: Numbers 15, 2S, 194, 
197, 198 \ 



£225 BONDS, PAYABLE IN LONDON. 

Unregistered bonds outstanding: Numbers 79-140, 142-152, 155- 
180, 182-184, 190-248, 668-883, 885-1008, 1014-1052, 1059- 
1089 571 

1102-1113, 1126-1137, 1146-1153, 1167, 1169, 1171, 1173, 1201- 
1285, 1295-1805 132 



Registered bonds outstanding: Numbers 1-78, 141, 185-189, 249- 
306, 308-667, 1010-1013, 1168, 1170, 1172, 1286-1294 . 

Unregistered bonds taken up by the State: Numbers 153, 154, 
181,307,884, 1009, 1090-1101, 1114-1125, 1154-1116 

Registered bonds taken up by the State : Numbers 1053-1058 
1138-1145 

(Numbers 1174-1200 not issued.) 



£225 BONDS, PAYABLE IN NEW YORK. 

Unregistered bonds outstanding: Numbers 1001, 1005-1009, 
1011, 1014, 1016, 1017, 1019, 1022, 1025, 1036-1041, 1043, 
1047, 1052, 1056 23 

1058, 1059, 1064-1068, 1072-1075, 1078, 1086, 1087, 1093, 1097- 
1100 19 

Registered bonds outstanding: Numbers 1004, 1010, 1013, 1015, 
1018, 1021,1023, 1024, 1026,1027, 1030-1035, 1042 18 

1044-1046, 1050, 1051, 1054, 1060-1063, 1069, 1071, 1077, 1079, 
1082-1085,1088,1090-1092 22 

1094, 1095 , 2 

Unregistered bonds taken up by the State : Numbers 1053, 1055, 
1057, 1070, 1076, 1080, 1081, 1089, 1096 

Registered bonds taken up by the State: Numbers 1020, 1028 
1029, 1048, 1049— (5) and 1002, 1003, lost by T. King, bonds of 
1847 issue— (2) 



No. of 

bonds. 



Amount. 



104 



197 



$104,000 00 

29,000 00 
5,000 00 



$197,000 00 



703 


$703,000 00 


518 


518,000 00 


43 


43,000 00 


14 
1278 


14,000 00 


$1,278,000 00 







42 



100 



$42,000 00 



42,000 00 
9,000 00 

7,000 00 



$100,000 00 



StateTYient — Continued . 



£300 BONDS, PAYABLE IN LONDON. 



Unregistered bonds outstanding: Numbers 81, 85-91, 145-151, 
170-186, 212-216, 534-541 

Kegistered bonds outstanding: Numbers 6-77, 79, 80, 82-84, 92- 
136, 137-144, 152-169, 187-211, 217-533, 542-600 

Unregistered bonds taken up by the State: Numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 
5 

Kegistered bonds taken up by the State : Number 78 



£100 BONDS, PAYABLE in LONDON. 

Registered bonds outstanding: Numbers 1, 2, 8, 9, 28-32, 40, 41, 
53-73,75,450 

Unregistered bonds outstanding; Numbers 8-7, 10-13, 27, 33-39, 
42-52, 74 

Registered bonds taken up by the State: Numbers 14-26 



$1,000 BONDS, OP JULY, 1847. 

Unregistered bonds outstanding: Numbers 4, 11, 12, 40, 42- 
45, 50-68, 91-97, 100-104, 106-109, 111-116, 135, 14S-148, 153, 
158 



58 



162, 175, 189, 199-203, 206-213, 215, 226, 249, 253, 254, 256, 273, 

292,312,347,348 27 

879-881, 384-390, 420, 424, 425, 450, 465, 493, 500, 505, 543, 563 

567, 569, 571-574, 576 30 

580, 583-586, 588, 615, 618-620, 631-634, 636-643, 645 648, 651, 

654, 657, 658, 660-662 38 

667-669, 673, 675-677, 679-683, 692, 693, 698-700, 703, 704, 710 

714,720-724,726,728-730 33 

733, 735-747, 751-753, 756-763, 765, 766, 769, 771, 773-777, 780- 

783, 785, 786, 789-796, 800 49 

801, 803, 806, 807, 813-816, 818, 820-832, 836-845, 860-867, 882, 

886,-996, 1004, 1005, 1007, 1008 156 

1013-1018 6 



Regi?tered bonds outstanding: Numbers 1-3, 5, 6, 13-25, 28-39, 
69-80, 85-90, 98, 105, 117-131, 136-142, 149, 156, 159-161, 163- 



172 



87 



1^4, 176-180, 184, 185, 190-196, 216-224, 233-247, 250-252, 255 

257-264, 266, 269-272, 274-291 .' 74 

297-302, 325-341, 343-346, 349-378, 382, 383, 391-419, 421-423, 

426-429, 431-439 104 

451-453, 455-464, 466-471, 482-489, 491, 495-499, 501-504, 506 

515, 517, 518, 520-525 55 

527-542, 545-562, 568, 577-579, 582, 589-598, 601, 608-614, 616* 

621-630, 650, 652,653 71 

656, 663-665, 670, 671, 684-691, 694-697, 705-709, 731, 732,"750, 

998-1000,1001-1003,1006 33 

1009-1012 4 

Unregistered bonds taken up bv the State : Numbers 7-10, 41, 
46-49, 110, 132-134, 150-152, 154, 155, 157, 186-188, 197, 198, 
204, 205, 214 27 

225, 227-232, 248, 293, 296, 307-311, 313-324, 494, 544, 570,' 575, 
§81, 687, 607, 617, 635, 644 37 



No. of 
bonds. 



45 
549 



Amount. 

$60,000 00 

732,000 00 

6,666 66f 
1,333 33| 



600 



$800,000 00 



408 



29 
13 



181,833 33 

12,888 89 
5,777 78 



450 



; 200,000 00 



392 



$392,000 00 



428 



428,000 00 



45 

Statement — ContiniTed. 



$1,000 BONDS, OF JULY, 184Y — Continued. 


Xo. of 
bonds. 


Amount. 


649, 655, 659, 666, 6*72, 674, 6Y8, 701, 702, 715-719, 725, 727, 
734, 748 749 754 755 21 


143 




764, 767, 768, 770, 772, 778, 779, 784, 787, 788, 797-799, 802, 

804,805,808-812 21 

817, 819, 833-835, 846-859, 868-881, 883-885, 997 37 

Registered bonds taken up bv the State: Nnrabers 26, 27, 81-- 
84, 99, 173, 181-183, 265," 267, 268, 294, 295, 303-306, 342, 
430, 440-449 32 


$143,000 00 


454, 472-481, 490, 492, 516, 519, 526, 599, 600, 602-606 23 


55 55,000 00 




1018 $1,018,000 00 



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STATEMENT of Collections on Account of Bevenite. 



Taxes collected and paid over by collectors, assessed'in the year 1859, and 
prior years 

Taxes collected and paid over by collector?, assessed in thQ,year 1860. ..".... 

Taxes collected and paid over by collectors, assessed in the year 1861. . .g. . 

Amount paid into the treasury for redemptions and sales of property, pur- 
chased by the State on execution 

Amount paid into the treasury for sales of land 

Amount paid into the treasury from drainage fund 

Amount paid into the treasury for hawkers' and peddlers' licenses 

Amount transferred from State debt fund 

Amount transferred from State land fund 

Amount transferred from delinquent land tax fund 

Amount paid into the treasury by the Governor for sales of war bonds 

Amount paid into the treasury for bonus on lease of penitentiary, for years 
1859 and 1860 

Amount paid into the treasury, by William Butler, (being amount received 
by him on warrant No. 9891, May 4, 1861, from the contingent fund, re- 
funded on account of allowance from war fund,) 

Amount of costs of suits paid by the State, collected from judgment debtors 
and paid into the treasury 



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