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PUBLIC LAWS 



OF THE 



STATE OF ILLINOIS, 



PASSED liY THE 



TWEISTTY-FIFTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 



COJNYENED JANUARY 7, 1S67. 



SPRINGFIELD : 

BAKER, BAILHACHE & CO., rRINTEKS. 
1867. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



APPROPRIATIONS: page. 

An act to provide for the postage of the present general assembly 1 

An act in aid of the National Lincoln Monument Association 2 

An act to provide for the partial payment of the mileage and per diem of the 

members and officers of the twenty-fifth general assembly 2 

An act to defray the expenses of placing on exhibition at the French Universal 

Exposition for ISSY, the Illinois state contributions 3 

An act making appropriations for the payment of certain expenses incurred in car- 
rying on the work of the state penitentiary, and expenses incurred in the man- 
agement of the same - • • 4 

An act for the support of the Illinois State Hospital for the Insane 4 

An act to provide for the erection of a new state house 6 

An act providing for the purchase of certain copies of the Illinois Digest 8 

An act making provisions for the support of the state institutions, located in Jack- 
sonville, Illinois, for the years 1867 and 1868 9 

An act to increase the efficiency of the geological and mineralogical survey of 

the state 10 

An act to locate, construct and carry on the Illinois Southern Penitentiary 11 

An act in aid of the Illinois Soldiers' College 14 

An act making an appropriation in aid of the State Horticultural Society of Illi- 
nois 16 

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 16 

An act to provide for the ordinary and contingent expenses of the government, 

until the adjournment of the next regular session of the general assembly 18 

An act concerning the board of education and the Illinois Natural History Society 21 
An act to provide for the completion of the state penitentiary, and for other 

necessary purposes connected therewith i . . . 22 

An act making appropriations for services rendei'cd and materials furnished, 

remaining unpaid and not otherwise provided for 23 

An act to regulace the payment of the State Librarian 28 

An act to furnish the State Library 28 

An act to amend An act to establish a home for the ^children of deceased sol- 
diers 29 

An act to provide for the safe keeping of the public moneys 30 

An act to remove the remains of the late Governor William H. Bissell, to Oak 

Ridge Cemetery, and to erect a monument over the same 30 

An act to provide for the payment of expenses incurred in binding and distribu- 
ting the reports of the state agricultural society 31 

An act to provide for tlie pajmient of the balance of the apportionment for the 
state of Illinois, in the preparation of the Soldiers' National Cemetery at Gettys- 
burg, Pennsylvania 31 

An act to enable the governor to appoint a warden, and to provide for the govern- 
ment and discipline of the state penitentiary 32 

An act providing for the appointment of a State Entomologist 35 

An act to procure the portraits of Abraham Lincoln and Steplicn A. Douglas.. ... 36 

An act to renew the Great Seal of State 36 

An act in aid of the Chicago Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary 37 

An act for the Reformation of Juvenile Offenders and Vagrants 38 

An act for the relief of Henry G. C. Moritz 44 

An act for the relief of Martin I. Lee 44 

An act for the relief of Samuel Stookcy ' 45 

An act for the relief of Fielden B. Roberts 45 

An act for the relief of William H. Brockman 45 

An act for the relief of Strothcr G. Jones 46 

ATTORNEY GENERAL: An act to create the office of attorney general, etc 46 



IV" CONTENTS. 



AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS: page. 
An act to amend an act entitled "An act to enable the auditor of public accounts 
to collect the revenue," approved February 17, 1851 48 

BANKS : 

An act to amend the general banking law so as to permit the withdrawal of secu- 
rities in certain cases , 48 

An act to repeal and amend the several laws in relation to banks in this state. . . . 49 

CIRCUIT COURTS: 

An act to fix the times of holding courts in the first judicial circuit 50 

An act to change the boundaries and fix the times of holding courts in the fourth 
judicial circuit 51 

An act to fix the time of holding courts in the fifth judicial circuit 51 

An act to fix the time of holding the term of the circuit court in Henry county, 
in the sixth judicial circuit 52 

An act to fix the time for holding the terms in the seventh judicial circuit, and 
concerning jurors in said county 53 

An act to fix the times of holding the courts in the tenth judicial circuit 53 

An act to regulate the times of holding circuit courts in the fourteenth judicial 
circuit •.-. 54 

An act to fix the time of holding courts in the fifteenth judicial circuit, and to 
establish terms for the disposal of criminal cases, and for other purposes 55 

An act to change the times of holding courts in the seventeenth judicial circuit, 
and to attach certain counties thereto, and to fix the times for holding courts 
therein, and for other purposes 57 

An act to change the times of holding courts in the eighteenth judicial circuit, 
and to provide for an additional term of the circuit court iu the county of Sanga- 
mon 58 

An act to define the nineteenth judicial circuit, and fix the times of holding 
courts therein 59 

An act to fix the times of holding circuit courts in the county of Livingston, in 
the twentieth judicial circuit ..... , 60 

An act to change the time of holding courts in the twenty-second judicial circuit 
of this state 61 

An act to change the times of holding courts in the twenty-second judicial cir- 
cuit 61 

Anact to define the twenty-sixth judicial district of this state, and to fix the times 
of holding courts therein 62 

An act to change the times of holding courts in the twenty-seventh judicial circuit, 
and to fix the times and places for holding courts therein, and for other pur- 
poses 63 

An act to regulate the terms of holding the circuit court of Kendall county 63 

An act to regulate the practice in the circuit court of Stephenson county 64 

An act to provide for the holding of the March term of the Jo Daviess county 
circuit court, for the year 1867 66 

Anact to amend an act entitled "An act to regulate the terms of the circuit 
court of Will county," in force February 16, 1865 ... 66 

An act to change the time of holding the circuit court in the county of Bureau.. . 67 

Anact entitled "An act authorizing the clerk of the circuit court of Clinton 
county to make up court records 67 

An act to fix the time of holding the terms of the circuit court of Jo Daviess 
county .68 

An act authorizing Wesley Sloan, judge nineteenth judicial circuit of Illinois, to 
certify compensation due to James R. Loomis, clerk of Gallatin circuit court, 
for performing neglected and unfinished work of his predecessor 68 

CANAL AND RIVER IMPROYEMENTS: An act for canal and river improvements. 81 

CRIMINAL CODE: 

An act to define and punish the crime commonly called the " confidence game". . 88 
An act to ajnend the criminal code of this state in relation to the offense of abor- 
tion , 89 

An act in relation to Capital Punishment 90 

CORONER OF COOK COUNTY: 

An act to authorize the coroner of Cook county to appoint deputies.. 90 



CONTENTS. 



CIRCUIT COtJRTS: _ _ page. 

An act to repeal sections six, seven, eight and nine, of an act entitled "An act 
to regulate practice in the courts of tlie county of Kane, and state of Illinois," 
approved February 14, 1863 69 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act to provide additional baililFs to wait 
upon circuit courts," approved February 16, 1857 09 

COUNTY COURTS: 

An act to amend an act entitled " An act to establish the .Cook county court," 

approved February 21, 1845, and the acts amendatory thereto, and for other 

purposes 70 

An act to amend an act entitled " An act establishing county courts, and providing 

for the election of justices of the peace and constables, and for other purposes," 

approved February 12, 1849 70 

An act to change the time of holding the county court of Cook county 71 

An act to enable county courts to settle up estates of deceased persons and minors 71 
An act to fix the compensation of judges of the county courts of certain counties 

therein named 71 

An act to change the time of holding the semi-annual terms of the county courts of 

Vermilion county , 72 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act to extend the jurisdiction of the county 

court of DeKalb county," approved February 12, 1863 72 

An act to extend the jurisdiction of the county court of Marion county 73 

COURT— SUPREME: 

An act fixing the time of holding the supreme court in the first grand division. . . 75 
An act fixing the terms of the supreme court in the first and third grand divisions. 75 
COURTS OF COMMON PLEAS: 

An act to further increase the salary of the judge of the courts of common pleas of 

the cities of Aurora and Elgin '. 76 

An act to change the times of holding the court of common pleas of the city of 

Cairo, and for other purposes 76 

CITY COURTS : An act to change the time of holding the Alton city court 77 

COUNTY JUDGES: 

An act to provide for the compensation of county judges 77 

An act to fix the pay of certain officers therein named 77 

An act to extend the jurisdiction of the county judge of Will county, Illinois, 

while acting as a justice of the peace 78 

An act to increase the compensation of the county judge and associate justices in 

the county of Madison 78 

COUNTIES: An act giving the counties of Alexander and Pulaski concurrent juris- 
diction over Cache river, and for other purposes 79 

CANADA THISTLE : An act to prevent the introduction and propagation of Canada 

Thistles in the state of Illinois 79 

CORPORATIONS: 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act to authorize the formation of corpora- 
tions for manufacturing, mechanical or chemical purposes," approved February 

18th, 1857 '.80 

An act in relation to the consolidation of incorporated companies 80 

CONTRACTS: An act concerning the remedy upon contracts therein referred to 81 

DRAINAGE : 

An act to amend an act entitled " An act to facilitate the drainage of wet lands ". 91 

An act to amend the drainage law 92 

An act to amend an act entitled " An act to facilitate the drainage of wet lands " . 95 

DEEDS OF TRUST : An act for the releasing of trust deeds in the nature of mortgages 90 

DISTRICT ROAD TAX : An act in relation to district road tax 96 

DOMESTIC ANIMALS: 

An act to prevent sheep and swine from running at large in Lake county 97 

An act to prevent domestic animals from running at large in the counties of Mon- 
roe, St. Clair, and other counties ' 97 

DISTRIBUTION OF LAWS, ETC.: 

An act to facilitate the distribution of the laws, journals and reports of this state . 100 

EIGHT HOURS A DAY'S WORK: An act making eight hours a legal day's work. . . 101 



VI CONTENTS. 



ELECTIONS : page. 

An act to change the time of electing certain officers in a county therein named. .102 

An act to provide for the division of towns or election districts, in counties adopt- 
ing township organization, into two or more election districts 104 

EQUALIZATION — BOARD OF: An act to amend the revenue laws, and to establish a 

state board for the equalization of assessments 105 

FEES: 

An act to repeal the increased fees of certain officers in the county of St. Clair.. .110 

An act to amend "An act in relation to the fees of certain officers in certain coun- 
ties therein named," approved February 16, 1865 Ill 

An act to increase the fees of certain officers in the county of Peoria 112 

An act to extend the provisions of and continue in force an act entitled " An act 
to regulate the fees and compensation of sherifis and collectors in certain coun- 
ties," approved February the 16th, 1865 ." 112 

An act to amend "An act to regulate the fees and compensation of sheriffs and 
collectors in certain counties," approved February 16, 1865 112 

An act to establish and fix the fees of justices of the peace and constables in 
this state '..'. 113 

An act to increase the compensation of the sheriffs of the counties of Adams and 
St. Clair, for dieting prisoners .114 

An act to repeal a portion of an act entitled "An act in relation to the fees of 
certain officers in certain counties therein named," approved February 16, 1865. .115 

An act in relation to fees of county officers in certain counties 115 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act to amend the act entitled fees and sala- 
ries," approved February 12, 1849, and to simplify said act 116 

An act to increase the compensation of sheriffs in the county of Knos 116 

FISH: 

An act to prohibit netting fish at the Grand Rapids of the AVabash river, in Wabash 
county 117 

An act to preserve the fish in the Illinois and Fox rivers, and in the Illinois and 

Michigan Canal, at the places designated in said act 118 

FUGITIVES FROM JUSTICE: An act to amend the law relative to fugitives from justicellP 

GAME : 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act for the preservation of game," approved 

February 16, 1865 120 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act for the preservation of game," approved 

February 16, 1865 ' 120 

An act to exempt the county of Piatt from the operation of the game law 121 

An act to extend the provisions of the game law to certain counties therein named, 

and to prevent non-residents from killing game for market 121 

INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY: 

An act in relation to the location of the Industrial University 122 

An act to provide for the organization and maintenance of the Illinois Industrial 

University 123 

An act supplemental to an act entitled "An act to provide for the organization, 

endowment and maintenance of the Illinois Industrial University " 130 

INTEREST: 

An act for the transfer of a portion of the surplus of the interest fund to the reve-. 

nue fund 130 

An act regulating the payment of interest on the school, college and seminary 

funds 131 

LANDS: 

An act to provide for the sale of a tract of land belonging to the state of Illinois, 
lying in Shelby county, and to amend an act entitled "An act to provide for the 
sale of the state lands, and liquidation of the state indebtedness, and to grant 
the right of pre-emption to settlers on state lands," approved February 14, 1853.131 

MARRIED WOMEN: An act in relation to married women 132 

MECHANICS' LIEN: 

An act to extend the provisions of an act entitled "An act for the better security 
of mechanics erecting buildings in the state of Illinois," approved February 14, 
1863 .■ 133 

MINORS: An act to provide for the adoption of minors 133 



CONTENTS. VII 



NOTARIES PUBLIC: page. 

An act to increase the number of notaries public in this state 134 

An act in relation to notaries public in the city of Freeport ."135 

PARTNERSHIPS: An act to amend an act entitled "An act in relation to limited 
partnerships," approved February 23, 184'7 135 

PENITENTIARIES : 

An act to lease the penitentiary 1 S*? 

An act supplementary to an act entitled " An act to lease the penitentiary ". . . .139 

PERSONAL LIBERTY : An act for the protection of personal liberty 139 

PLANK ROADS: An act to amend an act entitled "An act to provide for the con- 
struction of plank roads by a general law," approved February 12, 1849, and the 
several acts amendatory thereof 141 

PUBLIC LAWS: 

An act authorizing E. B. Myers, of Chicago, to publish the public laws, as passed at 
each session of the general assembly of this state, on his own account 2 

An act authorizing Messrs. Callaghan and Cutler, of Chicago, to publish the public 
laws, as passed at each session of the general assembly of this state 141 

An act in relation to publishing the public laws of the state of Illinois 142 

PUBLIC DEBT : An act providing for a reduction in the rate of state taxation for 

payment of interest accruing on the public debt 143 

PRINTING AND BINDING: 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act to reduce the several acts in relation to 

printing and binding, into one act, and to amend the same " 143 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act to reduce the several acts in relation to 
printing and binding, into one act, and to amend the same," approved February 

16,1865 167 

RAILWAYS : An act concerning branch railways in this state 144 

REDEMPTION OF LANDS: 

An act in relation to the redemption of certain lands bid off for and sold to the 
state, under an execution in its favor, against Abram Highlands and others.. . , ,145 

REPORTERS— OFFICIAL: An act for the appointment of official reporters, and for 
the preservation of evidence in certain cases, in Cook county 146 

RECORDS : An act to regulate the indexing of records 148 

An act for the relief of Christopher G. Vaughn 148 

An act for the relief of Joseph Dyson 149 

An act for the relief of the widow and heirs of James H. Collins 150 

An act for the relief of Geoi'ge L. Huntington and John S. Vredenburg 150 

An act for the relief of the heirs at law of Edward Bement 151 

An act for the relief of the citizens of the American Bottom, in St. Clair county. .152 
An act for the relief of certain persons therein named 153 

RELIEF : 

■ An act for the relief of John G. Jarvis, William W. Jarvis, Henry M. Kimball, 

James B. Andrews and Samuel Pitman 154 

An act for the relief of John Welsh 154 

An act for the relief of Joseph H. Morgan 165 

An act for the relief of the administrators of Akin Evans, deceased 155 

REVISED STATUTES: 

An act to amend chapter seventy-nine of the Revised Statutes of 1845, entitled 

"Partitions" 156 

An act to amend an act entitled " An act to amend chapter XLIII of the Revised 

Statutes, entitled Forcible Entry and Detainer," approved May 16, 1865 15*7 

An act construing the part of section thirteen of chapter eighty- three of the 
Revised Statues, entitled " Practice," so far as the same relates to the contin- 
uance of causes 157 

An act to amend chapter 110, Revised Statutes, entitled " Wills" 158 

An act to amend chapter 30 of the Revised Statutes of 1845 158 

An act to amend chapter thirtj'-six of the Revised Statutes, entitled "Roads" 159 

An act to amend chapter thirty (30) of the Revised Statutes, entitled "Criminal 

Jurisprudence " 159 

An act to amend chapter ninety-three of the Revised Statutes of 1845, entitled 
"Roads" 160 



Tin CONTENTS. 



SCHOOLS : page. 
An act to furnish information to school officers 160 

■ An act to amend an act entitled "An act to establish and maintain a system of 

free schools in the state of Illinois," approved February 16, 1865 161 

STATE HOUSE: 

An act to provide for the erection of a new state house -.165 

An act supplemental to "An act to provide for the erection of anew state house," 

approved February 25, a. d, 1867 ^. 164 

STATE INSTITUTIONS: An act for the further protection of the state institutions. .165 

TAXES: 

An aet to apportion the expense of collecting a certain tax therein named, and to 

authorize the auditor to settle the same 165 

An act to refund to Jacob Hepperly, executor, state taxes paid in error 166 

An act entitled "An act to extend the powers and jurisdiction of collectors of 

taxes" 166 

An act compelling holders of tax certificates to take out deeds or lose their 

claims 16*7 

An act in regard to publishing delinquent tax list 16*7 

TELEGRAPHS : An act amending an act for the establishment of telegraphs 168 

TEXAS AND CHEROKEE CATTLE: An act to prevent the importation of Texas or 
Cherokee cattle into the state of Illinois 169 

TOWNSHIP ORGANIZATION: 

An act to amend article seventeen of an act entitled "An act to reduce the act to 
provide for township organization and the several acts amendatory thereof into 
one act, and to amend the same" 169 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act to reduce the act to provide for township 
organization and the several acts amendatory thereof into one act and to amend 
the same 172 

An act to amend "An act to reduce the act to provide for township organization 
and the several acts amendatory thereof into one aet". .172 

TOWNS AND CITIES: 

An act to amend an act entitled " An act for the better government of towns and 

cities, and to amend the charters thereof," approved February 27, 1854 174 

TRAVEL AND TRANSPORTATION: An act to facilitate travel and transportation. 174 
UNITED STATES— JURISDICTION CEDED TO: 

An act to cede jurisdiction to the United States over certain land in Cook county, 
Illinois, purchased by the United States for the purpose of erecting thereon a 

marine hospital 175 

An act ceding to the United States of America jurisdiction over certain lands in 

the county of Rock Island, state of Illinois 175 

An act to cede to the United States jurisdiction over any lands in Cook county 

that they may purchase, on which to locate a marine hospital 176 

An act to cede jurisdiction to the United States over certain lands near Alton . .176 

WAREHOUSEMEN: 

An act regulating warehousemen, and authorizing connections of railroads with 

warehouses, and for other purposes , 177 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act regulating warehousemen, and authori- 
zing connections of railroads with warehouses, and for other purposes," approved " 

February 16, a. d. 1867 , 182 

WITNESSES : An act relating to the competency of witnesses in civil cases 183 

JOINT RESOLUTIONS 



THE PUBLIC LAWS 



ST^TE OF ILLIISrOIS 



APPEOPRIATIONS. 



AN ACT to provide for the postage of tlie present General Asseml)l.v. Tn fovco Janiin- 

ry 12. 1807. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the sum postage. 
of eight thousand three hundred and tweuty-live dollars 
($8,325) or so much 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. 

§ 2. On the certificate of tr.e secretary of state showing Auditor to draw 
the amount of postage used by this general assembly, not "or post'!n^e'!'^' 
exceeding the said sum of eight thousand three hundred 
and twenty-five dollars ($8,325), the auditor of public ac- 
counts shall draw his warrant on the treasury in favor of 
the post- master of the city of Springfield, for the sum so 
certified by the secretary of state. 

§ 3. That the postage stamps ordered by this general secretary to rur- 
assembly, be furnished by the secretary of state to the stamps!"^ ^^* 
speaker and members of the senate and house of represen- 
tatives, upon their written orders. 

§4, The secretary of state is hereby directed not to To be drawn pro 
allow any member or oflacer of the senate or house of rep- ^^*^' 
resentatives to draw more than his pro rata of the whole 
amount of postage provided for by this act. 

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

Approved January 12th, 1867. 



APTKOPKIATIONS. 1867 



In force Janua- AN ACT in aid of the National Lincoln Monument Association, 

ry 29, 1867. 

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

Illinois rej/resented in the General Asseinhly, That the sum 

"^^o'erecf tnon- ^^ ^^^^.T thousaiid dollars be and the same is hereby appro- 

ument. priatcd out of any money in the treasury, not otherwise 

appropriated, in aid of the National Lincohi Monument 

Association, for the purpose of erecting a monument over 

the remains of Abraham Lincohi, late president of the 

United States. 

When to be ex- § 2. No money shall be paid under the provisions of this 

pended. ^ct uutil the iTiouey now in the hands of the association is 

expended in the erection of said monument. 

President and | 3. "Whenever the president and secretary of said 

cert^fy!'^^ "^ associatioii shall . certify to the auditor of public accounts, 

under their hands, attested by the seal of said association, 

that the money in tlie hands of the association has been 

expended in the erection of said monument, the auditor 

shall issue a warrant for part or all of the appropriation 

hereby made, and deliver the same to the treasurer of said 

association, and the state treasurer shall pay the same out 

of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. 

" 4. This act is a public act and shall be in force from 



and after its passage. 

Approved January 29, 1867. 



In loree Janua- AN ACT to provide for the pai'tial payment of tlie mileage and per diem of 
ry 29, 1867. the members and officers of the twenty-fifth General Assembly. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the Peoi^le of the State of 
■ Illinois, represented' in the General Assembly, That imme- 
*^ m"mber.s mfd ^lately upou the passage of this act, the speaker of the 
officers. ' house of representatives shall certify to the auditor of public 
accounts a correct list of all members, officers and employees 
of the house of representatives, and the speaker of the 
senate shall in like manner, certify a correct list of all the 
members, officers and employees of the senate, which list 
shall be tiled in the office of the auditor, who shall there- 
upon draw his warrant on the treasurer in favor of each 
member of this general assembly, so certified to him, for 
the sum of fifty dollars, which sum shall be in part payment 
for the mileage and per diem of such members, for their 
attendance upon this general assembly, and said auditor 
shall draw - his warrant on the treasurer in favor of each 
elective officer of the -senate and house, and the clerk of 
each standing committee of the senate and house, and each 
official reporter, for the sum of fifty dollars, which sum shall 



1867 APPKOPKIATIONS. 



be in part payment of the per diem of such officers for 
their attendance and services at this session of the general 
assembly ; and said auditor shall draw his warrant on the 
treasurer in favor of each employee of the senate and house 
other than, those above specified, which employees embrace 
policemen, assistant postmasters, firemen, mail carriers, 
pages, and porters, for the sum of twenty-five dollars each, 
which sum shall be in part payment of the per diem of such 
employees for their attendance and services at this session 
of the general assembly, and said warrants shall be paid out 
of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated 
by law. 

' § 2. This act shall take efi'ecc and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Ai'PKOYED January -29th, 1867. 



AN ACT to defray the expenses of placing on exhibition at the French la ibrec Feb. 5, 
Universal Exposition for 1867, the Illinois state contribntions. 1S67. • 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That the sum 
of seven thousand dollars ($7,000) is hereby appropriated $^000 appropri- 
out of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appro- 
priated, to defray the expenses of the commission, ap- 
pointed by the governor, and for the purpose of placing on 
exhibition, in a suitable manner, in the French Universal 
Exposition, to be held in Paris, France, during the year 
1867, the collection of useful minerals, coals, building stone, collection to be 
potter's clays, grains and other agricultural products, speci- 
mens illustrating the geology, botany and ornithology of 
the state, books, papers, maps and reports, together with 
specimens of fine arts and mechanical skill, which have 
already been, or may hereafter l)c sent forward as a con- 
tribution to said Exposition from this state. 

^ 2. The auditor is hereby authorized and required to Auditor to draw 
draw his warrant upon the treasurer, and the treasurer is ^^^"'^^ • 
required to pay the same for the amount named in the first Treasurer to 
section of this act, upon the order of the governor of this ^^^' 
state; and the said sum, or so much thereof as may be 
necessary to carry out the purpose, and efiect the object 
expressed in said section first, shall be expended by the Appropriation- 
governor, under the direction of the commissioner hereto- ^^^^ '^"^^'^^ ^ 
fore appointed b}^ him, and full report thereof be made to 
the next general assembly. 

§ 3. This act to take efiect from and after its passage. 

Approved February 5, 1867. 



APPKOPKIATIONS. 1867 



In lorceFeli.l-. AN ACT for tlie support of the Illinois State Hospital for the Insane. 
186T. 

rreainbie. Whebeas, By a clerical error in copying the bill for "An 

act making appropriation for the ordinary expenditures of 
the state institutions, for the years 1865 and 1866," ap- 
proved on the 15th day of February, 1865, the "Board of 
Trustees of the Illinois State Hospital for the Insane found 
themselves without adequate funds, and were necessarily 

^^ed'^' '^"^^^""^ compelled to borrow money and aid for the purposes of 
meeting the ordinary expenses of said hospital, borrow of 
certain persons certain sums of money, which fall due on 
the third day of February, 1867, and which sums of money, 
together with the interest thereon, falling due on said day, 
are as follows : To the First National Bank, af Springfield, 

Where borrow- IHinois, the sum of iifteen thousand two hundred and fitty- 
eight dollars ; to W. and E. W. Brown, bankers in Jack- 
sonville, Illinois,* the sum of forty-seven thousand nine 
hundred and forty-eight dollars and fifty-three cents, for the 
prompt payment of which sums of money said Board of 
Trustees have pledged their faith and credit ; therefore, to 
meet the payment of said sums of money so borrowed : 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ Tepresented in the General Assembly^ That the sum 

Appropriation, of sixty-thiee thousand two hundred and six dollars and 
fifty-three cents be, and the same is hereby appropriated, to 
be paid out of any money in the treasury, not otherwise 
appropriated, for the payment of said sums of money so 

How paid. borrowed by said trustees, which shall be paid out upon the 
order of the treasurer of said Board of Trustees, for said 
purposes and for no other. 

§ 2. This act shall be a public act, and take effect and 
be in torce from and after its passage. 
Appkoved February 12, 1867. 



In force Feb. '.IS AN ACT inaUiiig appiopriatiuus for the payment of certain expenses in- 
1807. ' eurred in carrying on the work of the state penitentiary, and expeu.se.s 
incurred in tlie management of the same. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the Feople of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly , That the fol- 
Appropnations. lowiug sums of moncy are hereby appropriated to Samuel 
A. Buckmaster and Company, for the purposes hej-einafter 
specified, viz : The sum of sevonty-eight thousand six hun- 
dred and fifty -five dollars and ten cents ($78,655 10) for the 
estimated cost of work on the state penitentiary, completed 
during the year 1866 ; the sum" of thirteen tliousand nine 
hundred andforty dollars, seventeen cents, for clothing bought 
for discharged convicts, cash paid to discharged convicts. 



1867 APPKOPRIATIONS. 



stationery and postage for convicts, physician's salary and 
medicines for hospital, for burying convicts, and expenses 
incurred of recapturing convicts during the years of 1865 
and 1866 ; and the sum of fifty-two thousand three hundred 
and eighty dollars and thirty- seven cents in payment of the 
amount of forty-six thousand seven hundred and sixty-eight 
dollars and nineteen cents, due S. A. Buckmaster and Co.. 
January 1, 1865, with interest tliereon at the rate of six 
per cent, per annum, for two years, for balance on old con- 
tract account, for expenses, account for clothing and cash 
furnished discharged convicts, medicines, stationery, etc., 
for 1863 and 1864, and for accepted drafts of penitentiary 
commissioners for 1863 and 1864. 

^ 2. The auditor of public acconnts is hereby required Auditor to draw 
to draw warrants upon the state treasurer for the above ^^'^"^° ^' 
named sums, in favor of S. A. Buckmaster & Co., and the 
same shall be paid out of any money in the treasury not 
otherwise appropriated : Provided^ that the auditor shall 
not draw any warrant in payment for any of said accepted 
drafts until such drafts shall be deposited in his office, with 
the indorsements thereon of the payee of such drafts ; the 
whole amount of such drafts being five thousand five hun- 
dred dollars. 

§ 3. The above sums, when accepted by the said Samuel Appropriation 
A. Buckmaster & Co., shall be deemed and taken to be in 
full of all claims and demands of every kind, name and na- 
ture of said Samuel A. Buckmaster & Co. against the state 
of Illinois, in any waj^ arising out of their connection with 
the state penitentiary ; and the said treasurer is hereby re- 
quired, at the time of paying the said moneys, to take from 
said S. A. Buckmaster «fc Co. a receipt, in full, of the same 
as above stated. 

§ 4. Be it further enacted, That the further sum of two Appj opriiition 
thousand eight hundred and fifty-three dollars and fifty cents Mer^e^m-® ^^' 
be appropriated to George E. McGregor, or his assigns, the 
superintendent of construction of the penitentiary, for ser- 
vices due him up to the first day of January, a. d. 1867, 
upon the presentation of certificates of indebtedness issued 
to him by the penitentiary commissioners, duly indorsed ; 
and also, the sum of two hundred and fifty dollars to John Appropriation 
M. Van Osdel, the architect selected by the commissioners o»agl 
of the penitentiary, for his services in estimating the value 
of work done and to be done upon the penitentiary ; and 
tl}at all of the above moneys be paid upon the order of the Auditor to issue 
auditor of state upon the treasurer of state, out of any money 
in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated. ■ 

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

Approved February 12, 1867. 



APPROPKIATIONS. 1861 



In force Feb. 25. AX ACT to provide for the erection of a new state house. 

1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, reyresented in the General Assembly, That the gov- 
Governor auth- eriioi* of the State of Illinois is hereby authorized and em- 
vey stite°ho'^us°e powered to convej to the county of Sanoramon and state of 
and grounds, juinois, and to the city of Springfield, in said county, for 
the use of the people of said county and city, all that piece 
and parcel of ground situate, lying and being in the city of 
• Springfield, in said county, known as the public square, con- 
taining two acres and a-half, 1)e the same more or less, upon 
which is now located the state house, for the sum of two 
Grantees to con- iiundred tliousand dollars, and for the further consideration 
vey o fe a e. ^^^^ ^^.^ grautecs shall cause to be conveyed to the state of 
Illinois, in fee simple, that parcel of ground, lying in the 
city of Springfield, aforesaid, bounded by Second, Monroe. 
Spring and Charles streets, containing between eight and 
$200,000 lo be niiic acrcs. Said sum of two hundred thousand dollars shall 
staiiment^° '"' be paid into the treasury of the state of Illinois, in two equal 
installments, the first of whicli shall be paid on the first day 
of April, 1868, afid the second on the first day of April,. 
1869. 
Sangamon Co. | 2. Tlic couiity of Sangamoii and said city of Springfield 
to fssue hinds'^ are hereby authorized to issue such bonds and levy such taxes 
as may be necessary to raise said sum of two hundred thou- 
sand dollars, and for the purchase of said parcel of land : 
Provided, said bonds shall not bear interest exceeding ten 
per cent, per annum. 
New .«tate house | ^ Said sum of two hundred thousaud dollars shall be 
expended towards the erection of a new state house upon 
said last described parcel of land ; and in addition thereto 
xippropriation. the sum of two hundred and fifty thousand dollars is hereby 
appropriated, out of any money in the treasury not other- 
wise apyjropriated, for the same purpose. Said state house 
shall cost a sum not exceeding three millions of dollars. 
Commissioners § 4. The followiug pci'sons, viz : tlohn "W. Smith, John 
appointed. j_ g^ Wilson, Phillip'Wadswortli, James C. Robinson and 
William T. Yande veer, William L. Hambleton, James H. 
Beveridge, are hereby appointed commissioners to superin- 
tend the erection of the new state house aforesaid, who, be- 
fore they enter upon the discharge of their duties, shall enter 
into bond to the governor of this state, with approved secu- 
rity, in the penalty of twenty-five thousand dollars, each, with- 
in thirty days after the passage of this act, conditioned for the 
Commissioners, faithful performance of their'duties ; and shall severally take 
an oath that they will well and truly discharge all their 
duties as commissioners in superintending the erection of 
Governor to fill said State house. The governor of the state is hereby author- 
vacancies. .^^^- ^^ ^^^ ^^ vacaucics by appointing commissioners, who 
shall continue to act until the next session of the general 



1867 APPKOPKIATIONS. 



assembly, which shall ratify or reject said appointment. 
The governor is also authorized to remove any commissioner, 
for cause, and fill the vacancy occasioned thereby. 

§ 5. The commissioners shall select the most durable Materials. 
material for said state house, and make the same as nearly 
fire-proof as possible. It shall be constructed upon the most 
approved and convenient plan. 

§ 6. Said commissioners shall stipulate for all payments to •^*^™"!|^'^'°'^t^^'^j. 
be made out of the fund hereinbefore provided, and no other. p°rovided "fund 
'The accounts of the expenditures of said commissioners shall °°'y- 
be certified to by said conmiissioners or a majority of them, 
and by the secretary of state, and approved by the governor. 
The auditor shall thereupon draw his M^arrant upon the Auditor to draw 
treasurer therefor, to be paid out of the fund hereinbefore 
provided in favor of the party to whom the accounts shall 
be due. 

§ 7. The said commissioners shall advertise at least comm|^sioner^^ 
thirty days, in two daily papers in Chicago and Springfield, plans ami spe- 
and one daily paper in ISTew York and Philadelphia, for 
plans and specifications for a new state house. Said com- 
missioners shall wait three months after said publication, 
and if they shall have received any plans and specifications 
within that time, they shall immediately thereafter notify 
each member of the two committees of the senate and the 
house of representatives of this general assembly on public 
buildings to meet at the city of Springfield, on a day to be 
specified in said notice, said notice to be given at least ten 
days prior to such meeting ; and if a majority of said com- 
mittees and commissioners in attendance shall decide upon 
any plan then submitted to them, the said commissioners shall 
be bound thereby, and proceed to erect a new state house 
in accordance with said plans and the accompanying specifi- 
cations so adopted. They shall employ such architects, me- 
chanics and laborers as may be necessary for the early com- 
pletion of said building, and shall each receive for their Pay of eommi?- 

• ' ' J_^ i> <-• 1 11 T sioners. 

services, as commissioners, the sum oi five dollars per day, 
for time of actual service, to be paid out of the fund herein- 
before provided. Julius C. Webber is hereby appointed '=*^°?''^!g7 ^P' 
secretary of said board of commissioners. They shall also ^°'° 
be authorized to employ a superintendent. 

§ 8. The present state house and ground* shall continue i^se of present 
to be used for state purposes until the new building shall be sm^ed to stair. 
sufiiciently advanced for the use of the difterent departments 
of state ; and the state shall have the absolute possession and 
control of said biiilding until that time. 



§ 9. This act shall take eflfect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Appkoved February 25, 1867. 



APPKOPEIATIONS. 1867 



InforeeFeb. 25. AN ACT providiixi' for the piu'chase of certain copies of tlie Illinois Digest. 
1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the 
secretary of state be and he hereby is directed to purchase 

Illinois i>igest from Charlcs H. Wood and Joseph T>. Long five liundred 
o e puic as ^^^^j^g ^j^ ^^iq compilation of the decisions of the supreme 
court of this state, prepared by said Wood and Long, and 
called the "Illinois Digest:" Provided, Said Digest, upon ' 
being examined by the justices of the supreme court, or a 
majority of them, shall be certified by them" to contain an 
accurate and reliable synopsis of the decisions of the 
supreme court therein digested. 

§ 2. The first volume of said work shall " embrace a 

cevtified to. synopsis of the decisions contained in the first thirty-one 
, volumes of the Illinois Reports, and the second volume 
shall contain a synopsis of all the decisions from the thirty- 
first to the thirty-ninth volume of the Reports, or in case 
more are published, of all the decisions which shall have 
been reported by the first day of May, a. d. 186Y ; the 

prine. price to be paid for said Digest shall be eight dollars for the 

first volume, and fonr dollars for the second volume ; said 
work to be printed in double columns, octavo, and in a 
style of paper and binding equal to the Illinois Reports. 

^variant ° ^"^""^^ § ^- "^^^ auditor of State shall issue his warrant to said 
Wood and Long for the amount contracted to be paid for 
each volume of said Digest, as aforesaid, when delivered, 
upon the certificate of the secretary of state of the delivery 
to him of the required number of either volume of the 
same, at Springfield, and the certificate of the justices of 
the supreme court, or of a majorit}'- of them, of their appro- 
val of said Digest, in accordance with the requirements of 
this act ; and the treasurer of the state shall pay to said 
Wood and Long, out of moneys in the treasury, not other- 
wise appropriated, for each volume of said Digest, when 
delivered, upon warrant of the auditor of the state, issued for 
that purpose ; the secretary of state shall distribute said 
Digest, so to be purchased, as, by law, the decisions of the 
supreme court of this state are required to be distributed. 

When to be de- § 4, The purchase aforesaid shall nOt be made unless 
iivered. ^j^^ ^^^^ ^^^ hundred copies of said Digest shall be deliv- 

ered to the secretary of state within nine months from the 
passage of this act. 
/ § 6. This act shall take effect from and after its passage. 
Approved February 25, 1867. 



1867 APPROPRIATIONS. 



AN ACT making provisions for tlie support of the state institutions, located In force Feb, 28, 
in Jacksonville, Illinois, for the years ISG? and 1868. 1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the Peojple of the State of 
Illinois^ rejpresented in the General Assembly, That in addi- Appropriation 
tion to the provisions made to aid the Illinois institutions dumblisyiuTn. 
for the education of the deaf and dumb, by the act estab- 
lishing said institution which is hereby continued, the 
following sums be, and are hereby appropriated, payable out 
of the treasury, in quarterly payments, as required for use, to 
defray the ordinary expenses of said institutions, from the 
first day of March, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, (1867) 
to the first day of March, eighteen hundred and sixty-nine, 
(1869) forty-five thousand ($45,000) dollars per annum ; to 
pay for repairs of buildings during the same time above 
specified, two thousand ($2,000) dollars per annum ; to 
pay for insurance during the same period, five hundred 
($500) dollars per annum ; to pay for the erection of a 
smoke house and facilities for rendering lard and making ' 

soap, fifteen hundred ($1,500) dollars ; to pay for securing a 
supply of water from a well on a lot purchased by the board 
of directors two years ago, eighteen hundred ($1,800) dollars. 

§ 2. To defray the ordinary expenses of the Illinois Appropriation 
institution for the education of the blind, from the first day *°'' *^® ^^'''^'^ 
of March, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, (1867) to the 
first day of March, eighteen hundred and sixty-nine, [1869] 
there is hereby appropriated the following sums, payable 
out [of] the treasury, in quarterly payments, as required for 
use, twenty thousand dollars per annum ; to pay for repairs 
of buildings and improvements, one thousand ($1,000) per 
annum, payable one-half the first of June [next,] and the 
balance on the first day of June, eighteen hundred and sixty- 
eight. 

§ 3. To defray the ordinary expenses of the hospital for the Appropriation 
insane, from the first of December, eighteen [hundred] and plla"'*''"'^ '^''^" 
sixty-six, to the first of March, eighteen [hundred] and sixty- 
nine, (1869) seventy thousand ($70,000) dollars per annum ; 
for the completion of [the] east wing, ninety-four hundred 
($9,400) dollars ; for furnishing east wing, twenty-five hun- 
dred ($2,500) dollars ; for repainting the old building, twelve 
hundred ($1,200) dollars; to finish chapel, twenty-five 
hundred ($2,500) dollars ; for the enlargement of the old 
sewers and cess pools, eight hundred ($800) dollars. The 
last five items to be paid as required for use. All the above 
amounts are hereby appropriated ; the amount for the ordi- 
nary expenses payable quarterly, as required for use. 

§ 4. To defray the ordinary expenses of the experi- Appropriation 
mental school for idiots and feeble-minded children, organ- idiots, °° 
ized by an act of the last session of the general assembly, 
from the first day of March (1867) eighteen hundred and 
—2 



10 APPROPRIATIONS. 1867 

sixty-seven, to the first day of March,(1869,) eighteen hun- 
dred and sixty-nine, the sum of fourteen thousand dollars 
($14,000) per annum, payable in quarterly payments, on 
orders of the board of directors of the deaf and dumb insti- 
tution, as required for use ; for buildina; an addition to the 
present building, to increase its capacity for accommodating 
thirty (30) more pupils, three thousand ($3,000) dollars, pay- 
able one-half the first of May, and the balance the first of 
June, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, (1867.) 
Auditor to draw § ^' "^^^ auditor of public accouuts is hereby author- 
warrant, ized and required to draw his warrant on the treasurer for 
said sums, upon orders of the board of directors of the state 
institutions herein named, signed by the president, and 
attested by the secretaries of said boards of directors, with 
the seal of said institutions. 

6. This act shall take effect on its passage. 
Approved February 28, 1867. 



In force Feb. 28, AN ACT to increase the efficiency of the geological and minerologicsil sur- 
^^^'^- vey of the state. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the Fecyple of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That the sal- 
saiary of state ary of the State geologist shall be three thousand dollars 
geo ogis . p^^. g^jjjjmj^^ jpQj, ^^Q years from and after the passage of this 
act, and he shall also be paid his necessary traveling ex- 
penses. 
Additional ap- § 2. That an additional appropriation of ten thousand 
propnation. dollars per annum, for two years from the passage of this 
act, is hereby made, payable out of any moneys in the treas- 
^^;J^ ury not otherwise appropriated, to be expended under the 

-^*^-"' direction of A. H. Worthen, state geologist, and by the 
'"^^""'^ approval of the governor, "in the further prosecution of the 

survey. 
™re orTto'be ^ ^' "^^^^^ ^^® pubHcatiou of three thousand copies of 
puififJiJed.** ^ the third volume of the report of the state geologist is here- 
by authorized, and the sum of five thousand dollars, in 
addition to the unexpended balance of the appropriation 
made for the publication of the two preceding volumes, is 
hereby appropriated, to defray the cost of engravings aad 
such incidental expenses as may occur, to be expended 
under the direction and by the approval of the governor 
and the state geoloerist : and the secretary of state is hereby 

Secretary of • j - ° ,i i- r^i t -j ii • j 

state to pro- required to procure the paper necessary for LtheJ said third 
twrd yofume!' volumc, through the state contractor, of a quality not infe- 
rior to that used in the preceding volumes, and the amount 
necessary to defray the cost of the same is hereby appro- 
priated. 



186T APPROPEIATIONS. 11 

§ 4. That section eight (8) of the act approved February, 
1851, providing for a geological and mineralogical survey 
of the state, be, and the same is hereby repealed. 

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

Approved February 28, 1867. 



AN ACT to locate, construct and carry on the Illinois Southern Pcniten- In force Febru- 

tiary." ary28,1867. 

[Section 1.] Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the gov- *^nJ^"nate fire 
ernor shall nominate, and by and with the advice and consent commission'rs 
of the senate, appoint five commissioners, to be denominated 
" The Commissioners of the Illinois Southern Penitentiary,'' 
and the said commissioners shall have the powers and 
execute the duties hereinafter provided for in this act. 

§ 2. Said commissioners are hereby authorized to locate, commissioners 
construct and provide for the carrying on of a state peniten- focateretc. **" 
tiary to be called the " Illinois Southern Penitentiary," at 
such place as said commissioners may select, in the south- 
ern portion of this state, and for tliis purpose may contract 
for, purchase and enter in possession of such land and mes- 
suages as may be necessary and useful for such purpose, 
and may enter into contracts for the building of said peni- 
tentiary upon such specifications, terms and conditions as 
said commissioners may prescribe, consistent with the condi- 
tions of this act. 

§ 3. That the said commissioners, before entering upon commissioners 
their duties, or receive any moneys, shall respectively give ^^&^^^^^^^^' 
their bonds, with three or more sureties, to the state of 
Illinois, jointly and severally, to be approved by the gov- 
ernor, in the penalty of thirty thousand dollars, conditioned 
faithfully and promptly to perform the duties prescribed by 
this act. It shall be the duty of such commissioners to Keep aecouuis. 
keep an accurate account of all moneys received and paid 
out by them, and to make a detailed report of all expendi- to make reports 
tures by them made, and of all matters and things con nee- tor.*'^*^ ^^'^^' 
ted therewith to the auditor of public accounts on the first 
Monday in January, annuallj. 

§ 4. Said commissioners shall, with the least possible de- Buildings to be 
lay after the passage of this act, so far complete the buildings erect'd?'^'^ 
for the Illinois southern penitentiary, that at least two hun- 
dred of the convicts now confined at Joliet may be removed 
to such penitentiary, and whenever the commissioners shall 
report to the governor that said buildings are ready for the 
reception of such convicts, he shall order that the warden 



12 APPKOPEIATIONS. 1867 

of the penitentiary at Joliet forthwith convey the number 
of prisoners which said penitentiary buildings are ready to 
accommodate, to such penitentiaries, and he shall be paid 
therefor only the actual cost of transportation and guarding 
said prisoners ; and no prisoners shall be conveyed to the 
said penitentiary from Joliet except such as have ,as much 
as one year of an unexpired term to serve, and who were 
convicted in counties lying south of the tier of counties 
through which the Toledo, Wabash and Western Eailway 
runs. 
Appropriation § 5_ That there is herebv appropriated the sum of one 

to pUiCnaSG t -, -, t fn iS n /I 1 n 1 

land, etc. hundred and liity thousand dollars lor the purchase of such 
lands and messuages as may be selected by said commis- 
sioners for said penitentiary, and for the erection and com- 
pletion of such buildings as may be deemed necessary by 
said commissioners, for which said moneys shall be paid to 
said commissioners out of any money in the treasury not 
otherwise appropriated, on the warrant of the auditor of 
public accounts, in sums not exceeding ten thousand dollars 
at one time. The auditor of public accounts is hereby 

^warrant? '^^^"'^ authorized to draw his warrant on the treasurer for the 
money hereby appropriated on receiving a certificate of said 
commissioners, or a majority of them, that such moneys are 
necessary for the purpose contemplated by this act, in sums 
not exceeding ten thousand dollars at one time : Provided, 
That after said commissioners shall have drawn any amount 
of money by virtue of this act, they shall not be entitled to 
draw or receive any more money by virtue hereof, while 
there shall remain in their hands, unexpended, the amount 
of over one thousand dollars, and they shall produce to the 
auditor of public accounts proper vouchers showing the 
expenditure of such money. 

Commissioners | 6. The Said commissiouers may procure all necessary 

to procure tools .-i i.ii j t • ii ii 

and machinery, implements, tools and machinery, proper to be used by 
the convicts on or about the construction of any build- 
To furnish ^°^ deemed necessary for said penitentiary, and shall furnish 
thing, food, etc. or cause to be furnished all necessary food, clothing, and 
medical attendance for said convicts, and shall cause to be 
sunk all necetsary wells, cisterns, sewers and drains. 
Convicts to la- § 7. That the convicts committed to [the] said penitcntia- 
bor on build- ^^ ^^ required to labor on or about any building necessary 
therefor in getting out materials therefor, whenever in the 
opinion of said commissioners, or any two of them, it 
may be deemed proper so to employ them. 
Laws of peni- § §• That the laws, rulcs and regulations for the govei'u- 
ifet'to'^Ye ip- J^snt and conducting of the penitentiary at Joliet, so far as 
plied. they will apply, shall be applicable to the government and 

conducting of the penitentiary hereby created, except when 
the same shall come in conflict with this act. 
Commissioners § 9. That Said commissionei's shall have the power and 
pay overseers, are hereby authorized to appoint, employ, and pay all neces- 



1867 APPROPRIATIONS. 13 



sary overseers, guards, keepers, and laborers necessary for f^^^"^^ ^^'^ '*■ 
the safe-keeping of the convicts, and exchange of convicts 
betvv^een the penitentiary at Joliet and the Illinois southern 
penitentiary may at any time be made by order of the 
governor. 

§ 10. That whenever the said penitentiary is ready for 
the accommodation and safe-keeping of convicts, the said 
commissioners, or a majority of them, shall certify that fact 
to the secretary of state, and thereupon the secretary 
of state shall notify all the judges of the circuit courts 
and other courts having criminal jurisdiction, in the 
counties lying south of the tier of counties through which 
the Toledo, Wabash and Western Railroad runs, and after 
such notice all convicts sentenced to the penitentiary in 
the counties aforesaid, shall be committed to the peniten- 
tiary provided for in this act ; and it any portion of the said 
penitentiaries is ready for use before the meeting of the 
next general assembly, the said commissioners shall provide 
by contract or otherwise, for the feeding and clothing of said 
convicts until the adjournment of said general assembly. 

§ 11. That the said commissioners and their successors are powers of com- 
fnliy empowered to do and perform everything necessary, missioners. 
fully and speedily to carry into efiect the provisions and 
requirements of this act, and they shall each be allowed and compensation 
paid the sum of five dollars for each day's service necessa- °J.g^°™'"'^»i°ii- 
rily rendered by them respectively, under and for the pur- 
pose of carrying out the provisions of this act; said commis- 
sioners shall keep accurate accounts of their said services and 
expenses, and submit the same from time to time to the 
auditor of public accounts, and the said auditor shall allow 
and certify what he shall find to be justly due to said com- 
missioners, and file such certificates in his office, and issue Auditor to ._. 
his warrant on the state treasurer for the amount so found ^'^ warrant. 
to be due, and the treasurer shall pay the same out of anv 
moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. 

§ 12. That a majority of said commissioners are hereby Atuii board of 
authorized to transact all business in the same manner as if notrequired.*^^ 
all were present. In case of the death, removal, resigna- 
tion or refusal or inability to act of any one or more of said 
commissioners, the governor, by and with the advice and 
consent of the senate, shall appoint another or others to fill 
such vacancy or vacancies, and every such appointee shall 
give bond in the same manner as the commissioners provi- 
ded for in this act. 

§ 13. That the commissioners appointed under and by vir- commissioners 
tue of this act for the purpose of insuring the completion and 
fulfillment of all contracts entered into for the construction ^^"^ 
of any portion of the work herein authorized, or forfurnishino- 
materials therefor, are hereby required to take bonds from 
all persons who shall contract for such work, with good and 
sufficient security, conditioned for the faithful performance 



I issue 



t9 take bonds 
from contract- 



14 APPKOPEIATIONS. 1867 

of their undertaking ; which bonds shall be executed to the 
said commissioners for the use of the people of, the state of 
Illinois, and for any violations of the conditions of said 
bonds, the commissioners shall have power, and are hereby 
authorized to commence and prosecute suits on the same 
in any court of competent jurisdiction. 
GoTeinor t« ap- § 14. It shall be the duty of the governor, by and with 
point warden. ^-^^ advice and consent of the senate, to appoint a warden 
of the penitentiary, who shall hold his office for two years, 
and until his successor is appointed and qualified, whose 
duties it shall be to reside at the location thereof, and to 
exercise a constant, careful and watchful supervision over 
the prisoners confined therein, and to see that they are 
properly fed and clothed and provided for in sickness, and 
that no inhuman or cruel treatment shall be inflicted upon 
them ; and for this purpose he shall at all times have free 
access to said prison and to every department thereof, at 
his pleasure. No prisoner shall be punished without his 
written [consent,] nor with it, in any cruel or inhuman man- 
ner, and any leave granted by the state to any person or 
persons upon or for said penitentiary, shall be subject to the 
provisions of this section. 
Warden to re- § 15. Said Warden shall report quarterly to the governor 
port to gov- the condition and treatment of the convicts in the said pen- 
itentiary, and take an oath to faithfully perform his duty, 
and shall receive as a compensation for his services the sum 
of fifteen hundred dollars per annum, to be paid quarterly, 
out of any money in the state treasury not otherwise appro- 
priated, and the auditor of public accounts is authorized to 
issue his warrants therefor on the treasury, and to deliver 
the same to the said warden. 
Insane convicts § 1^. If any casc of insanity shall occur in said peniten- 
toJacks^vme ^^^^Y'' ^^*^^ iusaue person shall at once be removed to the 
insane hospital at Jacksonville, at the expense of the state, 
and should said patient recover before his or her term of 
service shall expire, he or she shall be returned to the said 
penitentiary. 

§ 17. Tliis act shall take effect from and after its passage . 
Approved February 28, 1867. 



In force Feb. 27, 
1867. 



AN ACT in aid of the Illinois Soldiers' College. 



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

Illinois, rejyresented in the General Assembly, That a sum 

not exceeding twenty-five thousand dollars, is hereby ap- 

Ai)piopria^(m^^ propriated annually, for two years, to the Illinois Soldiers' 

ceiieRe. College, at Fulton, Whiteside county, Illinois. 



1867 APPROPRIATIONS. 15 



§ 2. This appropriation shall be applied only to the For benefit •!• 
maintenance and education of disabled soldiers and sailors ws, etc.' 
who have been regularly discharged from the serrice of the 
United States, and to the support and education of indigent 
orphans, or half orphans of deceased soldiers and sailors 
in said service, above the age of twelve years, at the rate 
of one hundred dollars per annum for each student. The 
state treasurer, adjutant general and auditor, are hereby 
appointed a board of auditors, who shall meet quarterly, on 
the first Wednesdays of June, November, February and 
April in each year, and before whom the board of trustees 
shall appear and establish by satisfactory evidence, the 
number of disabled soldier, orphan, or half orphan stu- 
dents entitled to the benefits of the above appropriation, 
and upon their certificate that any number of such students 
or disabled soldiers, not exceeding two hundred and fifty, 
have been in regular attendance, or partial attendance 
during the collegiate year ; the auditor of the state shall ^^^^jj*°^j|° '''"^^ 
draw nis warrant on the treasurer of the state, for such sum 
or sums as may be necessary to pay said college for the 
board and tuition of each student, at the rate of one hun- 
dred dollars for the collegiate year. 

§ 3. Accounts may be rendered, certified to, and orders Accounts rend- 
drawn on the treasurer, as above provided, quarter-yearly, terly. ^"'^'^ 

§ 4. It shall be the duty of the board of trustees prior Board of trus- 
to the opening of each session, to issue a circular, specify- circular '^*to 
ing the time of opening said college, departments of instruc- county clerks 
tion and courses of study, and transmit one sucli circular to 
the clerk of each of the counties of the state, and one to 
the president of each county board of supervisors. 

§ 5. Each board of supervisors, or county court of the county autiiori- 
state, may select two from among those eligible to attend- le" u\^J gut 
ance, as such disabled soldiers or students, upon whom may '^®°*^- 
be conferred the privileges of the institution. 

§ 6. The college shall always give precedence to appli- ^PP^ntJ^g ^^''''Jf, 
cants from the several counties, selected by the boards of have prece- 
supervisors or county courts ; but in case they are not thus '^°^^^' 
furnished, the trustees may fill the vacancies by eligible 
persons: Provided, that the several counties shall, before 
the commencement of any collegiate year, select their 
attendants, and the county clerks shall notify the trustees 
of the college in writing, thirty days before the commence- 
ment of such collegiate course or year, and the board of 
trustees may only fill vacancies, in cases where counties fail 
to provide, or where the persons selected by the counties 
shall fail to attend, or shall leave the college before the 
close of the collegiate year. For the purposes of this bill, 
the college year shall commence the first Wednesday in 
April. 

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

Approved February 27, 1867. 



16 APPROPEIATIONS. 1867 



In force Feb. 28, ^N ACT making an appropriation in aid of the State Horticultural Society 
^^^^- of Illinois. 

Section 1. JSe it enacted hy the People of the State of 
lUwois, represented in the General Assembly, That there be 
Appropriation appropriated for the use of the State Horticulture Society 
forpremnims, ^^ |^g expended in payment of premiums, in publishing the 
transactions of said society, procuring scientific investiga- 
tions relating to horticulture, and paying expenses of ad 
interim committees, the sum of two thousand dollars per 
annum. 

^ order^of^ the § ^' "^^^ ^^^^ ®"™ of two thousaud dollars shall be paid 
president and to the treasurer of said State Horticultural Society, on the 
secretary. order of the president and secretary of the same. 
Approved February 28, 1867. 



In force Feb. 28, AN ACT making appropriations for the pay of the officers and members 
, 1867. of the next general assembly, and for the salaries of the officers of the 

government. 

Section 1, Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
^, , , Illinois, represented in the General AssembliL That the fol- 

Next ff611Gr3i ^ *^ f 

assemwy pro- lowiug appropriations be and the same are hereby made to 
the^saiarie1i°of the members and officers of the next general assembly, and 
s^v^erament f^j. ^^^^, salaries of the officers of government. 
Speaker of .sen- FiTst. To the Speaker of the senate and house of repre- 
of^ *r epreLen^ sentativcs cach, the sum of three dollars per day for the 
tatives, first forty-two days' attendance, and two dollars per day for 
each day thereafter. 
Members of the Second. To each member of the senate and house of 
house of rf^ representatives the sum of two dollars per day for the first 
resentatives. forty two days' attendance, and one dollar per day for each 
days' attendance thereafter. 
Mileage. Third. To each member of the senate and house of 

representatives, including the speaker of each house, ten 
cents per mile for each mile necessarily traveled in going to 
and returning from the seat of government. 
Secretaries and Foufth. To the Secretary of the senate and the clerk of 
clerks. ^j^g housc of representatives, each the sum of eight dollars 

per day during the session, and to the assistant secretaries 
of the senate and the assistant clerks of the house, and to 
Enrolling and the enrolling and engrossing clerks of both houses and their 
derks!*'"" assistants, each the sum of six dollars per day during the 
session, 
sergeantrat- Fifth, To the sergeant-at-arms and assistant sergeant-at 

d'^orkee*ers ^'''^is of the Senate, and the doorkeeper and assistant door- 
oor eepe ... j^^^p^j, ^^ j^^ house of representatives, each the sum of six 
dollars per day during the session. 



1867 APPKOPEIATIONS. 17 

Sixth. To the postmaster of the senate and the post- Postmasters. 
master of the house of representatives, and to their assist- 
ants, each the sum of six dollars per day during^ the 
session. 

§ 2. The time for which compensation is hereby allowed speakers to cer- 
to each member and officer of the general assembly shall ^'^ o^'^e- 
be certified by the speakers of the respective houses, except 
the time of the speakers of the senate and house of repre- 
sentatives, which shall be certified by the respective secre- 
taries of the senate and house of representatives, all of 
which shall be entered upon the journals and published as 
a part thereof; and upon the presentation of said certificate 
to the auditor, he shall draw his warrants upon the revenue Auditor t« draw 
fund for the amounts to which each person shall be entitled fXd. ^®^*^''"® 
as aforesaid, to be paid by the state treasurer out of the said 
revenue fund in the state treasury. 

§ 3. The following sums are hereby appropriated for salaries of gov- 
the salaries of the officers of the government until other- cers. ° ° " 
wise provided by law. 

First — To the governor at the rate of fifteen hundred 'Governor. 
dollars per annum. 

Second — To the secretary of state at the rate of eight secretary state. 
hundred dollars per annum. 

Third — To the auditor of public accounts at the rate of Auditor. 
one thousand dollars per annum. 

Fourth — To the state treasurer at the rate of eight hun- state treasurer. 
dred dollars per annum. 

Fifth — To each of the judges of the supreme court at Judges of the 
the rate of twelve hundred dollars per annum, comt."^* 

Sixth — To each of the judges of the circuit courts at the Judges of cir- 
rate of one thousand dollars per annum. cuit courts. 

Seventh — To each of the states' attorneys at the rate of states' attor- 
five hundred dollars per annum. • ^'^^^' 

Eighth — To the judges of the superior court of the city ■^'^^^^^ '\uon' 
of Chicago, the judge of the Alton city court, the judge of ca?ro, Eigui.' 
the court of common pleas of the city of Cairo, the judge ''"^ Aurora. 
of the court of common pleas of the cities of Elgin and 
ilurora, each at the rate of one thousand dollars per annum. 

Ninth — To the prosecuting attorney of the superior court Prosecuting at- 
of Chicago, at the rate of two hundred and fifty dollars per chSago, ' ai- 
annum ; to the prosecuting attorneys of the recorder's court ^'^^ ^"^ ^*'''°- 
of Chicago, the Alton city court and the court of common 
pleas of the city of Cairo, each at the rate of two hundred 
and fifty dollars per annum: and the auditor of public Auditor to issue 
accounts shall draw his warrants on the revenue fund for 
the payments of the several amounts herein provided for 
in this section, in quarterly' payments, to be paid by the state 
treasurer out of the revenue fund in the state treasury. 

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

Approved February 28, 1867. 
—9, 



18 APPROPRIATIONS. 1867 



In force Feb. 28, AN ACT to provide for the ordinary and contingent expenses of the gov- 
1867. ernment, until the adjournment of the next regular session of the general 

assembly. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That the 
*^Mn?fn|en^tx- following named sums be and they are hereby appropriated 
penses provi- to meet the ordinary and contingent expenses of the gov- 
ernment, until the adjournment of the next regular session 
of the general assembly : 
Contingent l^^rst — A sum not exceeding ten thousand dollars, to 

order^ofi^ovVr° 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, and for 
relief of such disabled or destitute Illinois soldiers as may 
require protection from want. The governor shall tile with 
Vouchers to be the auditor vouchers, showing in detail how the funds 
filed bygover- ^jj.g^^Q upon his Order have been expended, a proper state- 
ment of which shall be laid before the next regular general 
assembly, by the auditor in his next biennial report. 
Executive man- Second — The 8um (tf forty -hve hundred dollars per annum, 
sion. ^Qj, fjjgi j^jj(j lights for the executive mansion, and to pay 

the expenses ot taking care of the executive mansion and 
the grounds attached to the same, and for other necessary 
expenses connected therewith, for the years 1807 and 
1868, payable quarterly ujton the order of the governor. 
Clerks in gover- Third — The sum of tweuty-tive hundred dollars per an- 
nor's office. ^^^^ ^.^^ ^j^^.j^ j^.^.^ j^^ ^^j^ c^tiice, subject to, and to be paid 

to the governor quarterly, upon his order. 

PoBtage,station- hourth — To the cxccutive oflBce, for postage, stationery, 

graphing in^^' telegraphing, messengers, repairs of executive office, and 

governor's of- fop furnishing the same, a sum not exceeding four thousand 
dollars. 

Secretary of Fifth — To the offico of the Secretary of state, for furni- 
'^'^'^^' ture, repairs of office, postage, stationery, books, blanks, 

Fnrniture, pos- books foi library, etc., binding, etc., for his office, a sum 
erf'?'etc!',fo*r°o'i- uot exceeding five thousand dollars, to be paid upon bills 
^'°®- of items, properly certified to the auditor ; for printing 

paper, stationery, furniture and repairs, fuel and lights for 
the general assembly, and in and about the state house, 
and for porters, watchmen, laborers, messengers and other 
incidental expenses necessary in the discharge ot the official 
duties of the secretary of state, a sum not exceeding fifty 

Clerks. thousand dollars ; to the secretary of state, for clerk hire, 

the sum of twenty-five hundred dollars per annum, to be 
paid quarterly ; and the sum of two hundred and fifty dol- 

^ind^fabierof lars for making indexes and tables of contents to the laws, 
contents. journals and reports of this general assembly. 

Auditor's office. Sixth — To the auditor of public accounts, for clerk hire, 
the sum of thirty-five hundred dollars per annum, to be 



1867 ArPEOPBIATIONS. 19 

paid quarterly to the oflSce of auditor of public accounts ; 
for furniture, repairs of office, printing, blanks, postage, 
stationery, books and other contingent expenses necessary 
in the discharge of the duties of said office, a sum not ex- 
ceeding five thousand dollars, bills of items to be filed in 
all cases. 

Seventh— Ho the office, of state treasurer, for books, fur- ^^statlonery?'' 
niture, postage, stationery and other incidental expenses lumitme, etc 
necessary in the discharge of the duties of said office, a sum 
not exceeding one thousand dollars ; to the state treasurer, 
for clerk hire, the sura of twenty-five hundred dollars per 
annum, to be paid quarterly. 

Eighth— To the office of superintendent of public instruc- ^orpLbhc'^ln- 
tion, for traveling expenses, a sum not exceeding five hun- ^j^entlls^lff- 
dred dollars per annum ; for furniture, repairs of office, fice. 
periodicals and educational works and other incidental 
expenses of the office, not provided for, a sum not exceed- 
eight hundred dollars ; to the superintendent of public 
instruction, for clerk hire, including the pay for his deputy, ^^erkl*"*^ 
the sum of three thousand dollars per annum, and for his 
own salary the sum of five hundred dollars per annum, in ^"ift?s's°aitry' 
addition to the amounts already provided by law; all the 
appropriations of this clause to be paid quarterly out of the 
school fund. 

Ninth — To the clerk of the fund commissioners' office, commissioners, 
the sum of twelve hundred dollars per annum, to be paid 
quarterly : Provided^ That the said clerk shall not be Proviso, 
employed longer than is necessary in the opinion of the 
governor. 

Ttnth — To the state geological department, for rent of ^roonfs'."^' 
rooms occupied by the said department, the sum of seven 
hundred dollars per annum, to be paid quarterly. 

Eleventh — To the porters of the diffei-ent state offices Porters and offi- 

1 1 1 Vl 1 ■ i> in 1 cers about 

about the state house, at the rate oi two aollars and seventy- state house. 
five cents per day, to be paid on the certificate of the 
auditor and secretary ot state, and approved by the gover- *^p",iitent1ary*"^ 
nor: and thirty dollars to each member of the committees ani state in- 

, . '' , -, ... stitmions. 

on tlie penitentiary and state institutions. 

Twelfth — The sum of thirty-six hundred dollars is hereby ^e^cmh-^e man-''' 
appropriated for the purpose of furnishing and repairing sion. 
the executive mansion of this state ; said money shall be 
subject to the order of the governor, and shall be used by 
him at his discretion, for the purpose aforesaid. The gov- 
ernor is hereby authorized to dispose of all old and worn Governor may 
out furniture about the executive mansiop in such a man- fu?nitm-e?^ °''^ 
ner as he shall deem best, and supply other good and ""funJlfPre.^""*^ 
substantial articles in place thereof. The governor shall To keep ac- 
keep an accurate account of all money received or expended penditurellnd 
by him, and shall, at the next session of the general assem- vouelierl 
bly of the state, report such expenditures to them in detail, 



20 



APPEOPEIATIONS. 



1867 



Adjutant gener- 
al's office — 
clerk hire, etc. 



and shall preserve vouchers for all money paid out or 
received by him, under the provisions aforesaid. 

Thirteenth — To the office of adjutant general, for clerk 
hire, the sum of eighteen hundred dollars per annum, to be 
paid quarterly ; for messengers, the sum of four hundred 
dollars per annum, to be paid quarterly ; for stationery, 
printing, postage, telegraphing, furniture, rent of office, 
fuel, lights, expressing and other mcidental expenses neces- 
sary in the discharge of the duties of said office, a sum not 
exceeding three thousand dollars, to be paid upon bills of 
items, properly certified to the auditor ; to the adjutant 
general, the sum of thirty-six hundred dollars per annum, 
to be paid quarterly, on his order ; to the assistant adjutant 
general, the sum of eighteen hundred dollars ;per annum, 
to be paid quarterly, on the certificate of the adjutant general. 

Fourteenth — The sum of eight hundred dollars per annum 
is hereby appropriated to clerk hire, to be paid quarterly, 
upon the order of the clerk of the supreme court for the 
second grand division ; and three hundred dollars per an- 
num is hereby appropriated to the clerk of the supreme 
court of the first grand division, payable quarterly, upon 
his order. 

Fifteenth — To the chief of ordnance, in charge of the 
arsenal, for services of himself and workmen, and for 
freight and express charges, and other expenses necessary 
in the discharge of the duties of his office, the sum of three 
thousand dollars per annum, payable upon filing bills of 
particulars, certified by him, to \>% approved by the gov- 
ernor. 

Sixteenth — To the state house, for repairs of walks, steps, 
porticos, gates, sidewalks, lamps and other portions, in and 
about the same, where necessary for preservation from 
decay, a sum not exceeding four thousand dollars : bills to 
be certified by the auditor and secretary of state, and ap- 
proved by the governor. 

Seventeenth — To the adjutant general's office, for addi- 
tional clerk hire necessary in preparing the record of the 
soldiers of this state for publication, as ordered to be done 
by joint resolution of this session, the sum of not exceeding 
eigiit thousand two hundred dollars per annum, to be paid 
quarterly, upon the certificate of the adjutant general. 



Adjutant gen- 
eral. ■ 



Assistant adju- 
tant general. 



Supreme clerk, 
second grand 
division. 



Clerk 1st grand 
division. 

Chief of ord- 
nance and ar- 
senal expenses 



State house re- 
pairs. 



Adjutant gener- 
al's office— ad- 
ditional clerk 
hire. 



Auditor to draw 
warrants. 



Superintendent 
of public 
schools to be 
paid out of the 
school fund. 



§ 2. The auditor of public accounts is hereby directed 
to draw his warrants upon the treasurer for the sums respect- 
ively herein specified, bills of particulars in all cases to be 
filed with the auditor, when not otherwise provided to be 
certified by the proper officer, and approved by the gover- 
nor ; and the treasurer shall pay the same out of any moneys 
in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, for all said war- 
rants, except for the sums appropriated to the use of the 
superintendent of public instruction, or his office, which 
sums shall be paid out of the school fund. 



1867 APPROPRIATIONS. 21 

§ 3. This act is hereby declared to be a public act, and 
shall be in force from and after its passage. 
Approved February 28, 1867. 



AN ACT concerning the board of education and the Illinois Natural History in foive Feb.'JS, 

Society. 1867. 

Section ] . Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ The State 
Normal University, established by an act approved Febru- ^g^J^^dedwed 
ary 18, 1857, is hereby declared a state institution, and the to beastatein- 
property, real, personal and mixed, in the hands and stand- 
ing in the name of the board of education of the state cf Property held 
Illinois, is the property of the state of Illinois, and is by "s^ate"^ 
said board held in trust for the state. 

^ 2. Said board of education is hereby authorized to Trustees^ em- 
sell and dispose of the outlands and lots, standing in the \^ndl^ 
name of said board, lying in the counties of Jackson, Wood- 
ford and McLean, except the site of the Normal university 
and the farm of one hundred acres, more or less, in its 
immediate vicinity, and to appropriate the proceeds there- ^"'^fi^d®" ^°"' 
of towards the payment of the appropriations hereinafter ^^^' 
named. 

§ 3. The sum of fifteen hundred dollars ($1500) is here- Boiler lor heat- 
by appropriated to purchase a new boiler for warming the '"^ ^°"'''^" 
state Normal university building, or for modifying and im- 
proving the warming apparatus in the same ; and the state 
auditor is hereby directed to draw his warrant for the above 
named sums, amounting to fifteen hundred dollars (^1500), 
or so much thereof as may be necessary : which shall be 
paid by the state treasurer to the treasurer of the said boai-d 
of education on or before the first day of June, 1867. 

§ 4. The further sum of fifteen hundred dollars ($1500) curator of mu- 
is hereby appropriated, to be paid annually, as salary of the 
curator for the museum of the Illinois Natural History So- 
ciety, which is kept in the Normal university building; and 
the further sum of one thousand dollars ($1,000) is appro- 
priated, to be paid annually, for the necessary expenses of 
improving and enhancing the value of said museum ; and 
the state auditor shall draw his warrant for the above named Auditor to draw 
sums, amounting to twenty-five hundred dollars ($2500), ^^"^° ®- 
which shall be annually paid to the treasurer of said board 
of education on or before the first day of June, and shall be 
expended under the direction of said board, by whom, with 
the advice and consent of the directors of the natural history >» 

society, the said curator shall be appointed. 



22 



APPROPRIATIONS. 



1867 



Ornamenting 
grounds. 



§ 5. The sum of three thousand dollars ($3,000) (one-half of 

which sum shall be paid each year for two years) is hereby 

appropriated for the purpose of laying out and ornamenting 

the site of the state Normal university ; and the state audi- 

Auditor to issue tor is hereby required to draw his warrant on the state 

warrant. . •' -.^ -, , i,- • ^ i ^ l- 

treasurer in such sums and at such times as said .board or 
education shall need and require for said purposes, not ex- 
ceeding, in all, three thousand dollars ($3,000), or so much 
thereof as may be necessary ; and the state treasurer shall 
pay the same to the treasurer of the board of education on 
presentation of the warrants. 

§ 6. This act shall be a public act, and shall take effect 
on and after its passage. All acts or parts of acts inconsistent 
with any of the foregoing provisions are hereby. repealed. 
' Approved February 28, 1867. 



Ill force Mayl, AN ACT to provide for the completion of the state penitentiary, and for 
1867. other necessary purposes connected therewith. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the Beople of tJi£ State of 
Illinois^ represented in the Gtueral Assembly^ That lor the 
Appropriation, purposc ot Completing the penitentiary, as recommended in 
the report of the commissioners for the years of eighteen 
hundred and sixty-live and eighteen hundred and sixty-six, 
and for other necessary purposes connected therewith, the 
following sums are hereby appropriated, out of any money 
in the treasury not otherwise appropriated : For comple- 
ting the work on warden's house, the sum of eight thousand 
two hundred and thirty-four dollars and forty cents. For 
seven hundred and ninety-two feet cistern wall, at 22c per 
foot, the sum of one hundred and seventy-four dollars and 
twenty -four cents. For lining cistern wall, four inch brick, 
in cement, the sum of three hundred and twenty dollars. 
For stone covering of cistern, supported on forty stone piers, 
the sum of six hundred and ninety-one dollars. For the 
construction of outside iron gates, at the main east and west 
entrance of the penitentiary, the sum of eight thousand dol- 
lars, or so much thereof as may be necessary. 

§ 2. Upon the presentation of the certificate of the com- 
missioners to the auditor of public accounts, approved by 
the governor of the state, setting forth the sums of money 
expended for any of the above named purposes, from time 
to time, he is hereby authorized to draw his warrant on the 
treasurer for such sums in favor of the parties to whom, by 
the certificate of the commissioners, the same shall appear 
to be due. 

Approved February 28, 1867. 



Warrants to is- 
sue. 



1867 APPE0PBIATI0N8. 23 



AN ACT making appropriations for services rendered and materials fur- In force Feb. 27, 
nished, remaining unpaid and not otherwise provided for. ^'* 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly , That the fpl- 
lowing named sums be and they are hereby appropriated to Appropriation?!. 
pay the following named claims which are not otherwise 
provided for. 

To C. Hopkins, for services rendered in employ of adju- c. Hopkins, 
tant general in the years 1«59 and 18G0, and 1861, the sum 
of seventy-six dollars. ^^ \ 

To W/W. Watson and Son, for Qc^ furnished the execn- w^.^- watson 
tive and adjutant generals offices in the years 1862 and / • ' 
1864, the sum of fifty-two d«»llar8,^ai>iL eighty cents. / ' '^ 

To J. and J. W. Bum*, for {fhatclies) furnished the execu- J^&J.w.Bunn. 
tive office in the years 1863 ancTTFC?^ the sum ot four dol- 
lars and ninety cents. 

To Charles Fisher, for carpenter work done for the <^harie.s Fisher. 
adjutant generals <'ffice in the years 1863 and 1864, the sum 
of tliirty dolhirs and thirty-eight cents. 

To 13. F. Fox, for hardware and tools furnished to the ^ f. fox. 
state house during the year 1866, the sum of fifteen dollars 
and thirty cents. ^,^^ 

To 11. Post, for§£^ furnished the offices of superintend- ^-^ 
ent of public instruction and secretary of state in 1866, the 
sum of fifty dollars and forty cents. 

To Culver, Page and Hoyne, for stationery furnished the %^^,yo/"f^* ^ 
office of secretary of state 1866, the sum of one hundred 
and sixty-seven dollars and ten cents. 

To John Williams & Co., for oil cloth, matting and car- John wiihams 
pet threau, etc., tor house and senate in December, 1866, 
and January, 1867, the sum of .six hundred and fourteen 
dollais and seventy-seven cents. 

To J. A. Rough, for chairs, tables, repairs for house and J- a. Hough. 
senate and executive office, 1866 and 1867, the sura of four 
hundred and eighty-two dollars and ninety cents. 

To John Ordway, for deepening well and re- walling same, johnordway. 
and new curb'-stone and pump, the sum of one hundred and 
twenty-five dollars and forty-five cents. 

To Butler, Lane & Co., for baskets, buckets, brooms, etc., Butier, Lane &. 
for use state house during 1866, the sum of thirty-four dol- 
lars and two cents. 

To Elie Kreigh, for stove, etc., for office of superintendent ^''e Kreigh. 
of public instruction, the sura of twenty-five dollars and 
eighty-two cents. 

To Baker & Phillips, public printers, for blanks for office Baker &Phiiups 
of secretary of state, 1865 and 1866, the sum of five hun- 
dred and twenty-one dollars and seventy-one cents, and for 
printing school reports, etc., done by order of the superin- 



24 



APPKOPRIATIONS. 



1867 



tendent of public instruction, the sum of eighteen hundred 
and sixty-eight dollars and twenty cents. 
j.&j. w.Bunn. To J. & J. "W. Bunu, lor candles, brooms, etc., for state 
house and office of secretary of state, the sum of thirty- 
seven dollars and twenty cents. 

To H. Ostrander, contractor for stationery for this general 
assembly, the sum of forty-seven hundred and thirty-eight 
dollars and eighty-seven cents. 

To Elder & Brother, for stoves and pipes and work in 
the halls and several offices of the state house, the sum 
of five hundred and thirty-seven dollars and seventy-five 
cents. * " 

To J. A. Mason, for carpets for committee rooms and desk 
for office of secretary of state, the sum of two hundred and 
eighty-five dollars and seventy cents. 

To the Western Engraving ODmpany, for letter paper 
with printed headings for this general assembly, the sum of 
three hundred and thirty-seven dollars and fifty cents. 

To John Kuecherer and Adam Doenges, for extra servi- 
ces as porters and laborers in state house during the years 
1865 and 1866, each the sum of one hundred and seventy- 
five dollars. 

To George W. Smith, for wages of porters and others, 
advanced by him in partial payment of their services in the 
state house, as follows : 

To Henry Doenges, advanced the sum of ninety-six dol- 
lars. To Wm. E. Owen, advanced the sum of seventy dol- 
lars. To John De Santos, the sura of forty-eight dollars, 
i^'or money advanced to Fresco Wright for postage, the sum 
of one hundred and twenty-five dollars. To the speaker of 
the senate and to each member of this general assembly, 
the sum of two hundred dollars for extra expenses incurred 
by them, for room rent, cierk hire, fuel and lights during 
this session. To Francis Sequin, for services in serving 
subpreinas in Tazewell county, as directed by the committee 
on elections, and attendant expenses, the sum of fifty dol- 
lars. 

To O. L. Barler, for three days' /^lonogrgphiiLlllo^ting, 
the sum of thirty dollars. 

To the Western Engraving Company, the sum of four 
hundred and fourteen dollars and seventy-five cents for 
diagrams of the hall of the house of representatives, and 
the senate chamber for this general assembly . 

To the Western Engraving Company, the sum of one 
hundred and seventy dollars for diagrams of the senate and 
manuals furnished the twenty-fourth general assembly. 

To the Western Engraving . Company, for one thousand 
diagrams for legislative manual of this general assembly, 
one hundred and fifty dollars. ~ 



H. Ostrander. 



Elder & Brother 



J. A. Mason. 



The Western 
Engraving 
Company. 



John Kuech- 
erer and 
Adam Doen- 



G. W. Smith. 



Henry Doenges 

Wm. E. Owens. 

John De Santos 

Postages. 

Speaker of the 
senate and 
each member, 
room rent, 
etc. 

Francis Soqnin. 



O. L Bi 



Western Engra- 
ving Co. 



Western Engra- 
vmgCo. 



Western Engra- 
ving (^o. 




1867 APPKOPRIATIONS. 25 

To the members of the joint committee appointed during committee on 
this session in relation to the location of the Industrial university. 
University, each the sum of thirty dollars for expenses. 

To the secretary of state for extra clerk hire for the years secretary of 
1865 and 1866, the sum of sixteen hundred and fifty-five ^*^*^' 
dollars. For re-arranging books in the library and making 
a catalogue of books, the sum of two hundred dollars. 

To George W. Chatterton, contractor for paper furnished ^^- w. chatter- 
for the printing of this general assembly, the sum of twenty 
one thousand one hundred and eleven dollars and sixty 
cents. 

To William Raush, for hauling fuel for state house towm.Raush. 
committee rooms, as ordered by resolution, the sum of eight 
dollars. 

To the chief of ordnance, for himself and workmen, in chief of ord- 
and about the arsenal, for services rendered during the "^"'^^• 
years 1865 and 1866, the sum of ten hundred and thirteen 
dollars and one cent. 

To- theseveral publish^rs-iis_ho_iWni^hed^ newspapers for Publishers of 
this general assembly, a sum sufficient to pay all the~T)iTte "ewapaper^ 
for the same, according to resolution of the house, to be 
certified by the- clerks and tlie speakers of the respective 
houses. 

To the clergymen who have officiated during this session, clergymen. 
each the sum-ijf twenty-five dollars, to be certified by the -mx 
secretary of the &enate-.and clerk of the house. ^^ 

To John K. Howlett, for compiling copies of legislative '^o^" R- How- 
manual, the sum of one hundred dollars. 

To William Billington, for five hundred copies of skef^ ^^'™- B'U'wgton. 
ton map of Illinois, with population ,and majorities, the \ 
sum of two hundred dollars, te be -certified by the secretary^ 
of state. 

To Ely, Burnham and Bartlett, the official reporters of Ely, Bumham 
this general assembly, the sura of fifteen dollars per day for *° ar « . 
each of four reporters, (being two in each house) the num- 
ber of days of actual service, to be certified by the speakers 
of each house. 

To J.H.Jones, who is hereby declared to be extra official J- h. Jones. 
reporter of the house of representatives, the sum of fifteen 
dollars per day for every day of actual service, to be certi- 
fied by the speaker of the house. 

To the secretary of the senate and his assistants, the clerk secretary of the 
of the house of representatives and his assistants, the enrol- tar'^y '%r tot 
ling and engrossing clerks of both houses, and their assist- re°9"nu°t^YeF" 
ants, the sergeant-at-arms of the senate, and the doorkeeper 
of the house and their assistants, each the sum of two dol- 
lars per day, and the postmaster of both houses and their 
assistants, each the sum of four dollars per day for extra 
services during the present session, to be certified by the 
speakers of their respective houses. 

—4 



mitteeB. 



26 APPROPRIATIONS. 1867 

^of sinate an'^d '^^ ^^® elective officers of the senate and house, not enu- 
house. merated above, each the sum of eight dollars per day as 

full compensation during the session, and to the extra clerks 
of both houses during this session of the general assembly, 
each the sum of eight dollars per day, to be certified by the 
speaker of their respective houses. 

Clerks of com- To the clcrks of committees not otherwise provided for, 
""""""" each the sum of eight dollars per day during the session, to 

be certified by the chairman of their respective commitees 
and the speakers of their respective houses. 

Pages. To the pages employed by both houses, each the sum of 

three dollars per day, to be certified by the "speaker of their 
respective houses, and to the page employed by the gover- 
nor ; also, the one employed by the secretary of state, a 
like sum per day, to be certified by the governor and secre- 
tary. 

Extra clerks. To the extra clerks employed by the governor in his 
office, and the clerk in the library, each the sum of eight 
dollars per day during this session, the number of days 
employed to be certified by the governor and secretary of 
state. 

Policemen, etc. To the policcmen, porters and firemen employed during 
this session, each the sura of six dollars per day as full com- 
pensation, the number of days to be certified by the officers 
employing them, and to be approved by the governor. 

John Jackson. To Joliu Jackson, for attendance and cleaning of closets, 
the sum of six dollars per day during the session, to be cer- 
tified by the secretary of state. 

Illinois state To the publishers of the "Illinois State Journal" and the 

^stateRSter "State E-cgister," forXpublishlng the proceedings of this 
general assembly, each the sura of five dollars per column, 
of solid nonpariel type — the standard of measure to be the 
columns published in said, Journal, to be certified by the 
secretary of state and auditor of\public accounts. 

All debts crea- A sum Sufficient to pay all )^ebt)6 created by order of and 

asse'mbfy!^'^'*^ ^0^ this general assembly, for materials and services not 

otherwise provided for, not to exceed three thousand dollars, 

bills to be certified by the secretary of state and approved by 

the governor. 

Rent of rooms Also a sum Sufficient to pay the rent of rooms and offices 
occupied by committees during the session, to be certified 
by the chairman of the proper committee. 

Witnesses be- Also a sum Sufficient to defray costs of procuring testi- 
for^commit- jj^qj^j qj^^ expcnscs and per diem of witnesses who have 
attended before committees of either house, the amount in 
each case to be certified by the chairman of the proper 
committee and by the speaker of the house of which he is 
a member. 

s> R. saitonstau To S. E. Saltoustall, contestant from the thirty-seventh 
representative district, the sum of one hundred and twenty 



1867 APPROPIATIONS. 27 

dollars for expenses incurred by him in contesting the seat 
of Hon. W. W. Sellers. 

To Murray McConnell, one hundred and four dollars and Murray Mccon- 
fifty cents for costs and expenses paid by him in a suit insti- ''®"- 
tuted by agreement with the state treasurer in the supreme 
court, to try the validity of a law of the last session of the 
general assembly touching the pay of the per diem and 
mileage of the members thereof. ,-^ 

To Greorge Harlow, private secretary to ihe governor, the oeotge Hariow. 
sum of live dollars per day during the se^ion for extra ser- ■^ 
vices performed by him. 

To Isaac N. Morris, for expenses incurred by him in Isaac N.Morris. 
having printed forty-five hundred copies of [the] pamphlet 
concerning the two per cent, fund and for mailing same, 'j^ 

the sum of two hundred and thirty-three dollars and fifty -O 

cents. 

To C, Schnerring, the sum of one hundred thirty-one c.schnerring. 
dollars and twenty-five cents, for work rendered in gover- 
nor's garden and about governor's mansion during the 
years 1858 and 1859, while the late William H. Bissell was 
governor. , 

To C. Edwards & Son, the suhi of seventeen dollars and ^■, 
forty cents for groceries an^\materials furnished the late 
governor William H. BissellV\ 

To Hon. S. R. Saltonstall, Contestant for a seat in the s.R.saitonstaii 
house of representatives from the thirty-seventh representa- 
tive district, the same per diem and mileage as is allowed 
members of the house of representatives for attendance, to 
be certified by the speaker of the house of representatives. 

To P. W. Harts, the sura of two hundred and ninety four p. w. Harts 
dollars and seventy cents for stationery and materials fur- 
nished to the executive office during the year 1866. 

To Johnson & Bradford, the sura of nine dollars and Johnson* Brad 
twenty-five cents for materials furnished the executive otiice ^''^**' 
during the year 1866. 

To Baggot, Hanratty & Company for gas fitting and Auditor to draw 
repairs to burners, etc., in the state house, in the year 1867, ^'*^'^'^° " 
the sum of fifty-three dollars and forty cents. 

§ 2. The auditor of public accounts is hereby directed Treasurer to 
to draw warrants on the treasurer for the sums" provided ^'^ 
for in this act, upon the filing of bills properly certified as 
herein specified; and the treasurer shall pay the same out 
of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. 

§ 3. This act is hereby declared to be a public act, and 
shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage. 

Approved February 27, 1867. 



28 



APPROPEIATIONS. 



1867 



In force March 
5, 1867. 



AN ACT to regulate the payment of the State Librarian. 



Section 1. Beit enacted by the People of the State of 

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

iatary Yo*"be~ arj of the State librarian, for the time now due and unpaid, 

Ipaid quarterly, gj^^j^ ]^q ^2i[^ ^s Other Salaries, and that hereafter it shall be 

paid quarterly, as other salaries are paid : Provided, That 

Salary fixed, hereafter the salary of the state librarian shall be at the 

rate of five hundred dollars per year. 

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

Approted March 5, 1867. 



In force March 
5,1867. 



Appropriation 
for state library 



Three commis- 
sioners appoint- 
ed. 



To appoint'a li- 
brarian. 



Library to be 
increased. 



Books to be 
miscellaneous, 
literary, scien- 
tific. 

Commissioners 
to certify to 
biUs. 



Auditor to issue 
warrants. 



AN ACT to furnish the State Library. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the state 
library shall be under the management of three commis 
sioners, consisting of the governor, the secretary of state, 
and [the] superintendent of public instruction, who shall have 
power in furtherance of the objects of this act, to make or 
adopt any rules and regulations not inconsistent with law, 
and to appoint a librarian, who shall, in all things, conform 
to, abide by, and enforce all the rules and regulations so 
made or adopted, and who, for his services, shall receive a 
salary to be fixed by law, and payable quarterly. 

§ 2. The library commissioners shall have power to 
expend during the current year, 1867, the sum of three 
thousand dollars in increasing the number of books in the 
library, also to expend during the year 1868, a like sum of 
three thousand dollars for the same purpose : Provide^, 
That all books purchased under the provisions of this act, 
shall be of the kind known as miscellaneous, literary and 
scientific. 

§ 3. All the accounts of costs attending the fulfillment 
and furtherance of the requirements of this act, shall be 
certified by the library commissioners, and shall be paid 
from the public treasury out of any moneys not otherwise 
appropriated, and charged to the state library, and the 
auditor of public accounts is hereby required to issue war- 
rants for the same upon the presentation of said accounts 
properly certified. 

§ 4. This act shall be and remain in force from and after 
its passage, and the commissioners hereby created are 
required to cause the same to be executed. 

Approved March 5, 1867, 



1867 APPKOPKIATIONS. 29 



AN ACT to amend "An act to establish a home for the children of deceased In force March 

soldiers.' " ^' l^^^- 

Section 1. Be U enacted hy the People of the State oj- 
Illineis^ represented in the General Assembly^ That the sum 
of thirty thousand four hundred dollars, being a fund com- Apprm^riation 
monly called the deserter's fund, and now remaining in the fund for IfenJfe 
state treasury unappropriated, be, and the same is hereby Home'^^^'*"^' 
appropriated for the use and benefit of the soldiers' orphans' 
home, contemplated to be established by the act to which 
this is an amendment, and that said sum of money be paid 
over by the state treasurer to the trustees of said institution 
upon the warrant of the auditor of public accounts upon the 
request of the president and treasurer of said trustees made 
to said auditor, which fund shall be disbursed by said trus- 
tees as directed by the act to which this is an amendment. 

§ 2. That the sum of seventy thousand dollars be, and Further appro- 
the same is hereby appropriated out of any money in the p"**'°°- 
treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the purpose of buy- 
ing suitable ground and erect suitable buildings for the 
support and maintenance of orphans of soldiers, in case no 
grounds and building shall be donated for that purpose, or 
if so donated, to fit such grounds and building for the pro- 
per reception, maintenance and education of such orphans, 
and also for the purpose of employing superintendents, 
nurses, matrons or other necessary ofiicers, and for board- 
ing, clothing and educating said orphans. Said sum, or so 
much thereof as shall from time to time become necessary 
to use, shall be drawn by the auditor of public accounts out 
of the treasury, upon their request. 

§ 8. That there shall be first received into the institu- what children 
tion children under the age of five years, who are in indi- ^*y ^® receiv- 
gent circumstances, and then, if the means and endowments 
of the institution jutify it, indigent orphans above that age ; 
but below the age of ten years shall be received, and then 
if there are sufficient means, all other indigent orphans, but 
none who are over the age of fourteen, of which age all 
pupils of said institution shall be discharged therefrom. 

§ 4. That the commissioners to locate said institution con- Governor to ap- 
templated in the act to which this is an amendment, shall be sXerr™'""*' 
at once appointed by the governor upon the passage of this 
act, and that they shall receive a per diem of five dol- 
lars each for every day they are actually employed in the 
said location, and mileage at the rate of ten cents per mile ; 
their accounts being verified by their affidavit and the affi- 
davits of their colleagues. 

§ 5. That the several counties which, under the act to counties reieas- 
which this IS an amendment, have made order for voluntary te«r subacrip- 
donations are hereby released from such orders, or subscrip- "°°*- 
tions heretofore made by them in order to equalize amongst 



80 APPEOPEIATIONS. 1867 

the whole people of the state the burthen of providing for 
the orphans of our soldiers. 

§ 6. That this act shall be a public act and be in force 
from and after its passage. 

Approved March 5, 1867. 



In forc« March AN ACT to provide for the safe keeping of the public moneys. 

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

^^o*purchlse*a l^^^'^ois^ Tejpvesented in the General Assembly, That the state 

safe. treasurer be directed to purchase a burglar-proof safe of 

suitable size, and cause the same to be placed within the 

north vault of the treasury. 

^fEr sa?e'^^''*" ^ ^' "^^^^ ^^^ ^^^ payment for the same a sum of money, 
not exceeding twelve hundred dollars, is hereby appropria- 
ted, and for so much thereof as may be necessary, the 
auditor of public accounts shall draw his warrant upon the 
treasurer. 

§ 3. This act shall be in force from and after its pas- 
sage. 

Approved March 5, 1867. 



In force March AN ACT to remove the remains of the late Governor William H. Bissell, 
^' IS^'^' to Oak Ridge Cemetery, and to erect a monument over the same. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
^p°oin™comm^- Hl'^nois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That when- 
sioners. evcr the trustees of Oak Ridge Cemetery shall convey a 

cemetery lot to the state of Illinois by a good and sufficient 
deed, to the satisfaction of the governor, he shall appoint 
'^issfonerr'" ^hrcc Commissioners, whose duty it shall be to. remove the 
remains of the late Governor William H, Bissell from 
Hutchinson Cemetery to said lot in Oak Ridge Cemetery, 
and to erect a monument over the same. 
AFpropriation. § 2. The sum of fivo thousaud dollars is hereby appro- 
priated out of any money in the treasury not otherwise 
appropriated, for the purpose herein expressed. 
'^^'warMnt* ''^"* ^ ^' Up^^^ tiling bills of particulars by the commission- 
ers, with their approval, certified by the governor, for all or 
any part of the appropriation hereby made with the auditor, 
he shall draw a warrant for the same. 



1867 APPROPKIATIONS. 31 

§ 4. No money shall be paid under the provision of this 
bill until the conveyance of the lot herein contemplated 
shall be executed and deposited with the secretary of state. 

§ 5, This act shall be in force from and after its pas- 
sage. 

Appkoved March 5, 1867. 



AN ACT to provide for the payment of expenses incurred in binding and In force March 



distributing the reports of the state agricultural society. 



5, 1867. 



Section 1. Be it enacted hy the Peojole of the State of 
Illimns, represented in the General Assembly, That the 
auditor be and he is hereby required to draw his warrant Auditor to issue 

•/! p'11111 warrant m la- 

on the state treasurer ior the sum oi eight hundred and vorofE. Paine 
fifty dollars in favor of Enoch Paine, in payment for 
extra binding and marking four hundred copies, and for 
boxes and packing eight thousand copies of the reports of 
the state agricultural society for distribution. 

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

Approved March 5, 1867. 



AN ACT to provide for the payment of the balance of the apportionment la force March 
for the state of Illinois, in the preparation of the Soldiers' National Cem- f*- 1867. 

etery at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. 

Section 1. -Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the sum 
[of] eight thousand nine hundred and sixty-one dollars and ^jPfcmitery. 
eighty-seven cents ($8,961 87) be and the same is hereby 
appropriated for the purpose of paying the balance of the 
apportionment of the state of Illinois in the Soldiers' Na- 
tional Cemetery, at Gettysburg. 

§ 2. The auditor of public accounts shall draw his war- Auditor to is«u« 
rant upon the state treasurer, payable to the order of the "^ 
governor, for the sum hereby appropriated, to be used by 
the governor for the purpose hereinbefore stated. 

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

Approved March 5, 1867. 



32 APPKOPEIATIONS. 1867 



In force March AN ACT to enable the governor to appoint a warden, and to provide for the 
^' ■^^^'^' government and discipline of the state penitentiary. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
^IppOTnted" ^^ Illinois, represented in the General Assembly^ That the gov- 
ernor shall nominate, and by and with the advice^ and con- 
sent of the Senate appoint a warden of the penitentiary 
Term of office, at JoHet, who shall hold his office for the term of four years, 
or until his successor shall have been appointed and duly 
Salary. qualified ; and the said warden shall be paid a salary of 

three thousand dollars, annually, to be paid in quarterly in- 
stallments ; and the auditor of public accounts shall draw 
his warrant upon the treasury, upon the presentation of the 
said warden's certified bill, approved by the governor of the 
state : Provided, that the said warden shall receive as his 
salary, for and during the unexpired term of the lease of 
the said penitentiary to James M. Pitman & Co., at and 
after the rate of two thousand and five hundred dollars per 
annum, and no more, to be paid at the time aforesaid, com- 
puting the same from the time when he may have taken 
upon himself the said office in the manner hereinbefore 
provided. 
To file bond § 2. The Said warden of the penitentiary before enter- 
wit sureties. -^^^ upon the duties of his office, shall execute a bond, con- 
ditioned for the full and faithful performance of his said 
duties, 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 sureties, to be approved by the 
governor of the state, which said bond shall be executed 
within thirty days from and after the said appointment, and 
shall be filed with the secretary of state, and shall be re- 
newed whenever in the opinion of the governor the sureties 
become insufficient, and shall take the oath prescribed for 
all civil officers of the state, and also that he will faithfully 
V perform all the duties of said office as prescribed in this act. 
Duties of war § 3. It shall bo the duty of the warden having charge 
^^^' of said penitentiary, to receive such persons as may be con- 

victed, sentenced and ordered to be confined in said peni- 
tentiary, and keep them safely at hard labor, or solitary 
confinement and hard labor, within the precincts of said 
penitentiary, pursuant to their sentence, until their terms 
shall expire, or they be otherwise lawfully discharged ; and 
the said warden having charge or custody of the convicts in 
said penitentiary shall not, under any circumstances, perm?' 
or suffer any convict to leave the penitentiary or yard c 
nected therewith, for any purpose except that of loadir' or 
unloading cars or other vehicles, and of procuring froni the 
near vicinity of said penitentiary such materials as are ne- 
cessary for the successful working of the penitentiary: 
Proviso. Presided, however. That in case of damage or destruction 

by fire or otherwise, or by the sudden appearance of any 



1867 APPEOPRIATIONS. 



epidemic or infectious disease, as small pox, etc., said war- 
den may, "with the aid and advice of either the commissioners 
or the surgeon of said penitentiary, make such temporary 
removals or arrangements as will best secure the safety of 
the penitentiary and convicts, or avoid the spread of such 
disease. 

§ 4. It shall be the duty of the warden to respect and 
enforce the rules and regulations for the government and 
discipline of the penitentiary hereinafter provided for, to 
keep the accounts of the said penitentiary, and to keep and 
preserve a record of the convicts received, containing a 
descriptive list of said convicts, stating their names, ages, 
hight, former habits, places of birth, where sentenced, 
whether married or unmarried, crime for which sentenced, 
time of sentence; duration of sentence, and time of recep- 
tion in, and discharge from the penitentiary ; also upon the 
final discharge of any such convicts from the penitentiary, 
the warden shall furnish them with such citizens' clothing as Disehargod 
may be suitable to the condition of such persons; when not fu°Jighed*with 
otherwise provided for by any lease of said penitentiary, c-iotinng and 
and sufficient money to pay their transportation to the place 
of their conviction in this state, when not otherwise provi- 
ded for by any lease of said penitentiary : Provided, the 
expense for such transportation does not exceed the sum of 
eight dollars ; and the warden shall keep a full and faithful 
account of all such expenditures, to be submitted to the 
commissioners of the penitentiary for their examination and 
approval at the end of each month. 

§ 5. The warden shall appoint a deputy warden, a sur- warden to ap- 
geon, a chaplain and matron, which appointments shall be surgeon,Thap- 
approved by the commissioners and the governor of the 
state, and the salaries of said appointees of the warden shall 
be as follows, to-wit : that of deputy warden, fifteen hun- 
dred dollars per annum ; that of the surgeon, twelve hun- 
dred dollars per annum ; that of the chaplain, twelve 
hundred dollars per annnm ; and that of the matron, six 
hundred dollars per annum; all of which salaries shall be 
paid in manner and form as is provided for the payment of 
the warden : Provided^ That the said deputy warden and 
matron shall not receive from the state any salary for their 
services for and during the balance of the unexpired lease 
of said penitentiary by the state of Illinois to James M. 
"Pitman & Co., it being the true intent hereof that the state 

■^^ in no event be liable therefor. 

, ^>. It shall be the duty of the surgeon, mider the di- ^^^^^^ 
rectiv,.! of the warden, to treat the sick and disabled con- ^geon! 
victs, and to have charge of the sanitary regulations of the 
penitentiary, and its surroundings, and he shall report from 
time to time to the warden the sanitary condition of the 
penitentiiry, and the health of the convicts, and suggest 
such alterations in diet, clothing, drainage or ventilation as 



lain and ma- 



Dutles of 



34 



APFROPEIATIONS. 



1867 



Duty of 
lain. 



chap- 



may, in bis judgment, be necessary for tbe bealth of tbe 
Duty of warden. gQnvicts ; and it sliali be tbe duty of wardens promptly 
to cause all medicines or medical or surgical ajiparaius tbat 
may be required by tbe said surgeon for tbe purposes of 
tbe penitentiary to be [»rocnred. It sball be ibe duty of 
tbe cbaplain to care for tbe moral, spiritual and intellectual 
interests of tbe convicts, to minister to tbe said convicts at 
all proper times, under tbe direction of tbe warden, or as 
provided in tbe rules and regulations beieinafter provided 
for ; and be sball perform religious service every Sabbatb 
day at least once in tbe presence of tbe male convicts, and 
once in tbe presence of tbe female convicts, and in case of 
sickness of an}^ convict sball give sucb advice and adminis- 
ter sucb spiritual consolation as such convicts. may need ; 
and it sball furtbernjore be tbe duty of^said cbaplain to 
explain to allnewly arrived convicts tbe duty and beuetits 
of good bebavior, and tbe consequences of ill bebavior, and 
to all convicts about to be released from tbe penitentiary be 
sball give sucb counsel and advice as may tend to keep tbem 
from crime in tbe future ; and it sball also be tbe duty of 
said cbaplain to perform proper religious service on tbe 
burial of any convict wbo may die in said penitentiary, 
Tbe sum of live hunured dollars is bereby appropriated, out 
of any moneys in tbe treasury not otherwise appropriated, 
for tbe purchase of suitable books for tbe use of tbe con- 
victs of tbe penitentiary ; and upon tbe application of tbe 
warden, with the approval of tbe commissioners, tbe auditor 
of public accounts is bereby directed to draw bis wairai>t up- 
on the state treasurer for tbe same. It shall be the duty of 
the matron to have charge of tbe female department ot the 
penitentiary ; to govern tbe convicts therein confined, and 
enforce tbe rules and regulations tbat apply to that depart- 
ment. It sball be tbe duty of tbe deputy warden to aid 
and assist tbe warden, and in case of tbe absence or disabil- 
itity of the warden, to perform his duties. Tbe deputy 
warden, the surgeon, the chaplain, the matron and all ap- 
pointees the warden may deem necessary for tbe efficient 
administration of the penitentiary, shall obey all orders, 
and be under tbe direction of the warden ; and the said 
warden shall be responsible for their conduct. 

§ 7. It shall be the duty of the warden to make a full 
and complete report to the governor, at least one month 
previous to the regular sessions of the general assembly, 
giving such information as he is by law required to keep 
upon bis records, and such as may be furnished in the 
reports of the surgeon and the chaplain of tbe penitentiary. 
Such report sball include a full account of whatever system, 
if any, that may have been adopted for the punishment, 
discipline and instruction of tbe convicts under his charge, 
and for this purpose it shall be tbe duty of the commission- 
ers of the penitentiary, in conjunction with the warden, to 



$500 appropria- 
ted to pur- 
chase books. 



Duties of ma- 
tron. 



Duties of depu- 
ty warden. 



Warden t-o re- 
port to gover- 
nor. 



1867 APPE0PKTATI0N8. 35 

frame rules and regulations for the government and dis- ^"*y . °^ ^°"^ 
eipline of the penitentiary and the convicts therein confined ; and warden to 
and the said rules and regulations shall be submitted to RulesV"brap- 
the governor of the state, tor his revision and approval; ^rno^and ^''^" 
and when the said rules and regulations shall have been printed. 
approved by the governor, the said warden shall cause five 
hundred copies of the same to be printed for the use of the 
penitentiary ; and for the expense incurred by the warden 
for the printing of said rules and regulations, he shall be 
repaid, in the same manner as is provided in this act for the 
payment of his salary. 

§ 8. All acts or parts of acts inconsistent with this act ^°^!^^l *°*^ ^^' 
are hereby repealed. ^^" * ' 

§ 9. The commissioners of the penitentiary, for the time commissioners 

OS 1 J 7 to nave gener- 

being, shall have a general supervision ot the government, aisupervimon, 
discipline, expenditures and accounts of the said peniten- 
tiary, and shall make report thereon in their annual reports, 
and at such other times as circumstances may require ; and 
shall at all times have access to the said penitentiary, and 
to the books and accounts of the wai'den : Provided^ That 
said commissioners shall not receive pay for more than one 
hundred days. 

§ 10. Neither the warden, the deputy warden, nor any ^fi'^cPTlVrohibf- 
of the officers in any manner connected ^ith the said pen- ted fromieas- 

.... 1 11 1 • • i. i. J • 1 ing or holding 

itentiary, shall be in any manner interested in any lease or ing luterest in 
contract of said penitentiary, or of the labor, or the products convlcf Lbor!^ 
of the labor of the convicts confined therein. 

S 11. In case any lease of said penitentiary shall be Parties ipasing 

1,1 , I i ■ £• ii ^"® peniten- 

granted at the present, or any subsequent session ot the tiary to pay 
general assembly, it shall be deemed and taken to be ii part *''^*^'*^^- 
of the terms of such lease, unless therein expressly other- 
wise provided, that such lessee or lessees shall pay the 
salary of the deputy warden and the matron, and that the 
state shall in no case be liable therefor. 

§ 12. This act shall be in force from and after its pas- 
sage. 

Approved March 6, 1867. 



f^om— /sTT^ Rl^i C 



""•^L 



L aX €liix^ 



AN ACT providing for the appointment of a State Entomologist. in force March 

9 1867. 

Section 1. Be ii enacted by the People of the state of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That there Governor to ap- 
be appointed by the governor, by and with the consent of fo^m^oiegls? ^^' 
the senate, some competent, scientific person, as state ento- 
mologist, who shall hold the appointment for two years, Term of office. 
and until his successor shall be appointed. The person so 
appointed shall devote his time to investigating the ento- 



36 



APPKOPKIATIONS. 



1867 



mology of the state of Illinois, and particularly in studying 
the history of the insects injurious to the products of the 
To collect and horticulturist and agriculturist of the state, and shall collect 
and preserve a cabinet of insects, to be deposited with the 
Illinois industrial university. 

§ 2. Said entomologist shall prepare a report of his 
researches and discoveries in entomology for publication by 
the state, annually, 

§ 3, Said state entomologist shall receive from the state, 
as full compensation for his services, the sum of two thou- 
sand dollars per annum. 

Appkoved March 9, 1867. 



preserve a cab 
inet of insects. 



To make 
ports. 



Appropriation 
for salary. 



In force Blarch 
9, 186T. 



AN ACT to procure the portraits of Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. 
Douglas. 



Governer to 
contract for 
portrfeits of A. 
Lincoln and S. 
A. Douglas. ; 

Appropriation 
for. 



Auditor to draw 
warrant. 
Treasurer to 

pay. 



Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly, That the 
governor of this state be and he is hereby authorized to 
contract for and procure full length portraits of Abraham 
Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas, at a cost not exceeding 
one thousand dollars each, for the use of the state house. 
And upon the certificate of the governor that said portraits 
have been executed to his full satisfaction, the auditor of 
public accout;s shall draw his warrant upon the treasurer for 
the payment of the same, and the treasurer shall pay the 
same out of any money in the treasury not otherwise ap- 
propriated. 

§ 2. This act to take effect and be in force immediately. 

Approved March 9, 1867. 



In force March 
7, 1867. 



Great seal of 
state to be re- 
newed. 



Design' to con- 
form to orig- 
inal. 



AN ACT to renew the Great Seal of State. 

Section 1, Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, repiesented in the General Assembly, That the 
secretary of state is hereby authorized and required to renew 
the great seal of state, and to procure it as nearly as prac- 
ticable of the size, form and intent of the seal now in use, 
and conforming with the original design, as follows : 
'American eagle on a boulder in prairie — the sun rising in 
distant horizon," and scroll in eagle's beak, on which shall 
be inscribed the words : " State Sovereignty," " National 
Union," to correspond with the original seal of state, in 
every particular. , ^ 



1867 APPKOPKIATIONS. 37 

^ 2. The accounts of the costs of the making and trans- secretary of 

o -"• , f. . 1 ,, ° . state to certify 

])ortation oi the great seal ot state, in the toregomg sec- to cost of seal. 
tion ordered to be procured, shall be certified by the 
secretary of state, and shall be paid from the public treasury, Auditor to issue 
out of any moneys not otherwise appropriated ; and the 
auditor of public accounts is hereby required to issue war- 
rants for the same, upon the presentation of the said 
accounts properly certified by the secretary of state. 

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

Approved, March 7, 1S67. 



AN ACT in aid of the Chicago Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary. ju force March 

6, 1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy tlie People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly, That the "^'oP^X'^ear^ 
treasurer of the state of lUinois pay annually, for two years, 
to the treasurer Jof the Chicago Charitable Eye and Ear 
Infirmary, on or before the first day of March of each year, 
the sum of five thousand dollars, to be expended by said in- 
firmary for the support of the poor from every portion of the 
state of Illinois, while receiving treatment at the infirmary 
for diseases of the eye or ear. The above payment shall '^paymen't. ^^ 
be made upon the express condition, first, that said infirm- 
ary maintain, at all times, comfortable accommodations for infimiarytoac- 

•', ^ ' . Ill c \ • commodate 

at least forty patients, and that the surgeons periorm their forty patients. 
services without compensation ; second, that an exact ac- 
count of the manner in which the above sums of money iTim how"mon- 
are expended, be printed in the annual reports of the eywasexpend- 
infirmary, and, third, that all accounts, records and docu- Accounts to be 
ments whatsoever, pertaining to said infirmary, be always Honoi"officers' 
open for inspection by such officers as the general assembly 
may appoint. It sliall be the duty of said officers to i^^'y of officers. 
examine, from time to time, the condition of the infirmary, 
and if they shall find that the funds granted by this act are 
in any way misapplied, to report at once to the treasurer of 'mi^sa^ppiie^df 
the state, who shall then and thereafter cease paying such P|J"e^°*® *'' 
funds to the treasurer of said infirmary. 

§ 2. For the purpose of extending the knowledge of the ^itldearlfirm- 
existence of the infirmary amono; the people of the state of ary to be bound 

Til- • 1 1 (• 1 • i? 1 n 1 1 J ^^'^'i report of 

Illinois, the annual report ot the infirmary shall be bound bund institu- 

with each biennial report of the institution for the educa- *'°"* 
tion of the blind, at Jacksonville, in the state of Illinois. 

§ 3. Poor patients, having diseases of the eye or ear, ^^^"J^ ^iSfl 
from the state of Illinois alone, shall be maintained at the aione to re- 
infirmary while under treatment, from the said five thou- efitT of ^appro- 
sand dollars granted annually by the general assembly, but P"a^on. 
poor patients, with such diseases, from other states, may 



APPEOPKIATIONS. 186Y 



^ofhCT*ftates°^ I'eceive gratuitous treatment on paying the cost of their 
pay cost of maintenance, while at the infirmary, whenever there may 

maintenance if , ' • j i I- i. <• ii j_ ^ /• 

there are va- be rooms uot occupieo. by poor patients irom the state of 

cant rooms. XlHnOlS. 

Property of in- § 4. The real and personal property of the Chicago 
em"pr"^from^^ Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary, not exceeding^ seventy 
taxes. thousand dollars, shall be exempt from all state, county, 

city and town taxes. 
"be'substitSe^ I ^- IQ the name and the title of the infirmary, the 
for "Chicago." word "Illinois" may be substituted for the word " Chi- 
cago," if at any time this change may seem desirable to 
the trustees of the infirmary. 

§ 6. This act shall be deemed and taken to be a public 
act, and be in force from and after its passage. , 
Approved March 6, 1867. 

AN ACT for the Reformation of Juvenile Oifendcrs and Vagrants. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That for the 
15th and 18th discipline, education, employment and reformation of jnve- 
fOTcrMarchs, nile ofi'enders and vagrants in the state of Illinois (Cook 
1867; for other co^^jjj-y excepted, there beino; a reformatory already estab- 

sections see ■,. , r -, ^ , i /• • i i • i 

section 28. lishcd there,) between the ages oi eight and eighteen years, 

School. ^ °"" an institution, to be known as the " State Retorm School," 
shall be and is hereby established. 

Trustees. | 2, The management of said reform school shall be 

vested in a board of trustees, consisting of seven male 
citizens of the state of Illinois, five of whom shall consti- 
tute a quorum, to do business. 

Governor. g 3^ ^\^q members of the board of trustees shall be 

appointed by the governor, by and with the consent of the 
senate. Within thirty days from their appointment, the 
board shall convene in the capitol, at Springfield, where 
they shall draw lots for their respective terms of office, one 
for one year, one for two years, one for three years, one 
for four years, one for five years, one for six years, and 
one for seven years; and thereafter at the expiration of 
one year from the date of the regular annual meeting, one 
member shall be appointed by the governor aforesaid, by 
and with the advice and consent of the senate, at the next 
meeting of the legislature. In case of the death or resig- 
nation of any member of the board aforesaid, the vacancy 
shall be filled, for the unexpired term, by the governor 
aforesaid, until the next session of the general assembly, 
subject to the approval of the senate. 



1867 APPROPRIATIONS. 39 

§ 4. At the first meeting of the board they shall organ- Board organ- 
ize by electing of their own number, by ballot, a president, ^^^'^' 
vice president and an executive committee of three mem- 
bers, also a treasurer not a member of the board ; said 
officers to hold their offices for one year, or until their suc- 
cessors shall be duly elected and qualified. 

§ 5. After the organization of said board they shall Location. 
proceed to select a suitable site, on which shall be erected 
the state reform school for juvenile delinquents ; and the 
said trustees shall, within four weeks from the time of their 
appointment, proceed to examine and determine upon the 
site aforesaid, and shall locate the same at some suitable 
place in or near the central portion of the state. In deter- 
mining SUCH location, the said trustees shall take into con- 
sideration any [roposition which may be made to them, and 
of the performance of which they shall have satisfactory 
assurance, to give to the state the lands necessary for the 
site of said house of refuge or any materials or money to 
aid in the erection thereof; and any bond or other obliga- 
tion executed to the people of this state, and delivered to 
said trustees, to secure any such site, money or materials 
for the purposes aforesaid, shall be valid and binding upon 
the parties executing the same. If the said trustees shall 
procure by purchase (or voluntary cession) the site for said 
house of refuge, the deed thereol shall be duly executed in 
fee simple to the people of this state, and delivered to the 
auditor of public accounts, and thereupon the treasurer is 
hereby directed to pay to the grantor on the warrant of the 
auditor of public accounts, of whom the said site shall be 
purchased, such sum or sums of money as may be required 
to pay for the site, agreeably to the contract of the said 
commissioners, not exceeding five thousand dollars. 

§ 6. The members of the board shall take the usual °'"! '''"^ ^°''" 
oath to discharge the duties incumbent on them faithfully 
and in accordance with this act. The board shall make all 
needful rules and regulations concerning their meetings 
and the mode of transacting their business ; they may erect 
all necessary and suitable buildings, not exceeding the 
amount herein specified ; they shall take charge of baid 
institution to see that its afiairs are properly conducted, 
that strict discipline is maintained, and that em})loyment 
and education are provided for the inmates ; they are 
authorized, with the consent of the governor, to make all 
contracts, not herein specified, for furniture, apparatus, 
stock, tools, and everything necessary to equip the institu- 
tion and furnish it for the purposes herein specified, and to 
maintain and operate the same, said contracts and pur- 
chases to be paid by the treasurer of the board, in their 
order, properly certified ; they shall appoint a superintend- 
ent and such other officers as the wants of the institution 



4:0 



APPEOPKIATIONS. 



1867 



Traveling 
penses. 



Meetings 
board. 



Executive com- 
mittee. 



Treasurer's 
bond and 
duties. 



shall, from time to time, require, and prescribe their duties 
and determine their salaries. 

§ Y. No member of the board shall receive compensa- 
tion for his services as trustee, but may be allowed traveling 
expenses while on the necessary business of the reform 
school, to be paid from the funds of said reform school. 

§ 8. There shall be quarterly meetings of the board 
each year at such times as the board shall appoint ; special 
meetings may also be held when the exigencies of the in- 
stitution demand them. 

§ 9. The executive committee may be empowered by , 
the board to co-operate with the superintendent in executing 
the plans of the board, in erecting buildings, organizing 
the institution, and in doing whatever is necessary to pro 
mote its efficiency. The executive committee shall prepare 
a written report concerning the afiairs of the institution, and 
present it to the secretary of the board, at or before each 
refjular meetino-. 

§ 10. The treasurer shall take charge of the funds of 
the institution, receiving and disbursing the same under the 
direction of the board or their executive committee. He 
shall, before entering upon the duties of his office, execute 
a bond to the board of trustees, with sureties approved by 
the board, in at least double the sum of money for which 
he may be responsible as treasurei', conditioned for the 
faithful performance of his duties. He shall account to the 
board in such manner as they may require for all moneys 
intrusted to him from all sources. His books shall be open 
at all times to the inspection of the board or their executive 
committee, who shall at least once in every six months, care- 
fully examine said books and accounts, the vouchers and 
documents connected therewith, and make a record of the 
result of such examination, in a book provided for the 
purpose. 

§ 11. The board shall prepare an annual rejDort of its 
proceedings, showing the condition and wants of the reform 
school, with a financial statement of all moneys received 
and disbursed, which shall be forwarded to the governor of 
the state, to be by him transmitted to the general assembly. 

§ 12. The board shall elect a superintendent for the said 
reform school, who shall be ^x officoo the secretary of the 
board, taking charge of all its books and papers. He shall 
have charge of the land, buildings, furniture, tools, stock, 
provisions and every other species of property belonging to 
the institution. He shall, before entering upon the duties 
of his office, execute a bond to the board, with sureties \p- 
proved by the board, in a sum to be lixed by the trustdes, 
conditioned for the faithful performance of his duties as 
superintendent. He shall account to the board in such a 
manner as they may require, for all the property entrusted 
to him, and for all moneys received by him from all sources. 



Annual report. 



Superintendent 



Avchitect. 



1867 APPEOPKIATIONS. 41 

His books shall be open at all times to tlie inspection of the 
executive committee, who shall at least once in every three 
months, carefully examine said books and accounts, the 
vouchers and documents connected therewith, and make a 
record of the result of said examination in a book provided 
for the purpose. The superintendent shall, with his sub- 
ordinate ofdcers, have charge of the inmates of the insti- 
tution. He shall be a resident at the institution, shall 
discipline, govern, instruct, employ and use his best efforts 
to reform the children and youths under his care. He shall 
gather such statistics as may be deemed valuable. He shall 
at all times be subject to removal by the board for inca- 
pacity, cruelty, negligence or immorality. 

§ 13. The board shall, after its organization, forthwith 
proceed to secure the services of a suitable architect to pre- 
pare plans and specifications for such buildings as may be 
needed for the institution aforesaid, with proper estimates 
of their cost, which will be submitted to the governor for 
his approval. Such approval being given, the board shall, 
for three weeks, advertise in a daily newspaper in each of 
the cities of Chicago, Springfield and Cairo, for sealed pro- 
posals for erecting and completing tlie said buildings and 
inclosures, and shall make a contract for the same with the 
best bidder or bidders : Provided^ such bidder or bidders 
shall give satisfactory security for the performance of said 
contract or contracts. 

§ 14. Upon the opening of the aforesaid bids the board 
shall proceed to contract with the person or persons whose 
bid was deemed lowest and best for the erection of such 
building or buildings, as were indicated in the said plans 
and specifications, on such terms, subject to the approval of 
the governor, as they may deem just and proper ; and^ro- 
mded also, That such plans are not estimated to cost, when 
finished, more than fifty thousand dollars ; and the said 
board shall select a suitable person, who shall superintend 
the building of the said reform school in connection with 
the executive committee, with a view to a proper, safe and 
economical execution of the work. 

§ 15. The treasurer of the state of Illinois is hereby Appropriation. 
directed, to pay to the said board on the warrant of the 
auditor, out of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise 
appropriated, such sum or sums of money, as may, from 
time to time be required for the building of the said reform 
school, at such times as the same may be wanted by said 
board, in sums not exceeding five thousand dollars at any 
one time. The treasurer is also directed, as aforesaid, to 
pay in the aforesaid manner the sum of ($30,000) thirty 
thoi sand dollars, to feed, clothe and furnish the inmates, 
pay the officers and provide for the economical working of 
the institution, which, in addition to the sums appropriated 
for land and buildina:, amounting to eighty-five thousand 



Building. 



42 



APPOPKIATIONS. 



1867 



Courts 
ized. 



author- 



Constituted 
guardians. 



dollars : Frovided, If there be donations to the reform 
school, they shall reduce the amount to the extent of said 
donations of land or money. 

§ IG. All courts of competent jurisdiction are hereby 
authorized to exercise their discretion, in sending juvenile 
offenders to the county jails, in accordance with the laws 
made and provided, or in sending them to the refofm school, 
provided that no person be sent, for a term that will detain 
him beyond the time, when he shall have arrived at tlie 
age of eighteen years ; and ])romded further^ That all such 
courts as are mentioned in this section, may, in all cases 
where such oiienders shall be sentenced to or ordered to be 
sent to the reform school, fix a less time of his confinement 
than that at which he shall arrive at the age of eighteen years. 

§ 17. When any person is committed by "any court of 
competent jurisdiction, to the reform school, as an offender, 
or person destitute of proper parental care, or growing n]> 
in mendicancy, ignorance, idleness, or vice, the reform 
school board shall be constituted the guardian of his person, 
and said board may detain him until his reformation is 
deemed complete, or he shall have arrived at the age of 
eighteen (18) years ; and they shall have power to bind out, 
under the most favorable conditions, with consent of said 
minor, if over 14 years of age, to any inhabitant of this 
state, and the said board, master or mistress, apprentice or 
servant shall respectively have all the rights, and be sub- 
ject to all the duties set forth by the statute laws of this 
state, relative to apprentices, gardians and wards. Said 
board shall also have power to permit such persons in their 
guardianship as they shall judge fit subjects for such treat- 
ment, to be placed out under the care of any proper person 
or persons in this state, on " tickets of leave;" and such per- 
sons so placed out, may be kept and retained by such per- 
son or persons during the pleasure of the board, and subject 



Girla sent to 
Chicago. 



Cost of convey- 
ing children. 



at all times to their regulation and control. 

§ 18. If the person convicted be a girl under sixteen 
years of age, she may be sent to the reform school of Chi- 
cago, subject to the consent of the guardians thereof, where 
a special department is already organized for girls ; and 
the cost of her keeping shall be the average cost of girls in 
that institution, which shall be paid semi-annually from the 
funds of the reform school, as long as said girl shall remain 
in said school, in accordance with the laws of said school. 
The order of the president of the board of guardians and 
superintendent of the Chicago reform school, upon the 
reform board for the amount specified, will be their voucher 
for the immediate payment of the money. 

§ 19. The costs of conveying children from the place of 
their conviction to the reform school, by the sheriff shall be 
rated at twenty cents per mile, by the shortest available 
route, for one convict, and ten cents per mile for each addi- 



1867 APPROPKIATIONS 43 

tional one, the money to be paid in the same manner as 
sheriffs are paid for conveying prisoners to the penitentiary. 

§ 20. Every writ which may be issued in any county of writs, how re- 
this state, or question which may arise concerning the '^^°^'^'®- 
legahty of the commitment and detention of any person in 
the reform school, shall be made returnable to, and have a 
hearing before the circuit judge of the county in which said 
institution is located, where the alleged illegal detention is 
made, or, in case of his sickness or absence, the circuit 
judge of any adjoining district. 

§ 21. When the board shall have made suitable arrange- Penitentiary 
ments to accommodate the inmates of the reform school, '^°"^"'^'^^- 
and communicate the fact to the governor, in accordance 
with the provisions of this act, they shall receive all the 
convicts in the penitentiary under eighteen years of age, 



who shall be delivered to them by the warden thereof, 
and detain them in custody until the expiration of the 
term for which they were sentenced ; and any children sen- 
tenced to the county jails of the state, whose unexpired 
term shall not be less than six months, shall be transferred 
to the reform school. 

§ 22. The tirst, fifteen, and eighteen sections of this ^ gectfo'^fg i^ *'' 
act shall take effect and be in full force from the date of its i'orce. 
approval by the governor, and the remainder shall take 
effect, and have full force of law when the board shall offi- 
cially notify the governor that the buildings and equipments 
are ready for the accommodation of its inmates, at which 
time the governor shall issue his proclamation to the people 
of the state, announcing the completion of the institution ; 
whereupon, the secretary of the board shall officially notify 
the circuit judges of the several judicial districts that the 
institution is open and ready to receive and properly detain 
such persons as may be committed to their care. 

§ 23. Upon the discharge of any inmate from the reform Transportation 
school, the superintendent shall procure transportation for ed!^® furnish- 
the said convict to his home, if resident in the state, or to 
the county in which he may have been convicted, at his 
option, and the costs thereof shall be paid from the said 
reform school funds. 

§ 24. If any officer, or other person procure the escape Penalty for aid- 
of any person committed to the reform school, or connive '"« '^^'^^p®^- 
at, or aid, conceal or assist in such escape, or conceal or 
assist any person after such escape, he or they shall, upon 
conviction thereof, in any court of competent jurisdiction, 
be sentenced to hard labor in the penitentiary for any term 
not less than two, or more than five years, or, if under 
eighteen years of age, to the reform school. 

§ 25. So much of section one hundred and sixty-eight Repeal of re- 

c 1 • • 1 1 i»i •! r- 1 r^ A '■■ 11 vised Statute. 

or the criminal code of the revised statutes of 184o, as allows 
of a punishment in the penitentiary, of persons under the 



44 



APPEOPRIATIONS. 



1867 



age of eighteen, who are convicted of the crime of burglary, 
arson c»r robbery, is hereby repealed. 



Cook county to 
be allowed tax 



§ 26. That as Cook county has a reform school in ope- 
ration, the pro rata amount of taxation for the purposes of 
this act, shall be deducted therefrom, and the auditor of 
state is authorized to draw his warrant in favor of the 
guardians of the Chicago reform school for said amount, to 
be ascertained by him, as the share of Cook county, for 
reformatory purposes. 

Approved March 5, 1867. 



In force Feb.28, 
1867. 



AN ACT for the relief of Henry G. C. Moritz. 

Sectiois^ 1. Be it enacted hy the Feople of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That Henry 
G. C. Moritz be allowed the sum of four hundred and 
ninety-five dollars, due him from the state for uniforms fur- 
nished to company K, of the ninth regiment of Illinois 
volunteers ; and the auditor of public accounts be and he is 
hereby authorized and directed to draw his warrant on the 
treasurer in favor of the said Henry G. C. Moritz, for the 
amount. 

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

Approved February 28, 1867. 



In force March 
• 8, 1867. 



AN ACT for the relief of Martin I. Lee. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the 
sum of two hundred dollars be allowed to Martin 1. Lee, 
for bibles furnished to the convicts of the Illinois peniten- 
tiary ; and that the auditor of public accounts be, and he 'is 
hereby authorized to draw his warrant upon the treasurer 
for said sum, in favor of said Martin I. Lee. 

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

Approved March S, 1867. a. , 












1867 APPKOrKIATIONS. 45 

AN ACT for the relief of Samuel Stookey. la force May 

8, 1867. 

Whereas, the state of Illinois is justly indebted to Sam- 
uel Stookey in the sum of two hundred and twelve dollars preamble 
and twenty-nine cents, ($212 29) and the statutes of 1861 
debar him from procurincj said money, not from any fault 
of his, he being unavoidably detained and out of the state 
at the time when his claim should have been presented ; 
therefore. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the Peo;ple of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the warrant to is- 
auditor of the state of Illinois be authorized to draw his 
warrant on the state treasurer, in favor of said Samuel 
Stookey, for the sum of two hundred and twelve dollars 
and twenty-nine cents, payable out of any money not other- 
wise appropriated. 

Appeoved March 8, 1867. 



AN ACT for the relief of Fieldcn B. Roberts. In force March 

9, 1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the Peojde of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That whereas, •'^pi'^'°p"'^''°"- 
Fielden B. Koberts was employed by Col. Jacob Fry, of 
the sixty-lirst regiment of Illinois volunteers, to erect bar- 
racks, while said regiment was forming, at an expense of 
one hundred and fifty dollars, for which he has not received 
any compensation ; therefore, be it enacted, That the said 
Fieldon B, Koberls be paid, out of the treasury of the state 
of Illinois, out of any money not otherwise appropriated, 
sftid sum of one hundred and fifty dollars ; and that the 
auditor be directed to draw his warrant upon said treasurer 
tor said amount, in favor of said Fielden B. Hoberts. 

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

Approved March 9, 1867. 



AN ACT for the relief of William II. Brockman. In'force March 

' 8, 1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented m the General Assembly, That the Appropriation. 
sum of three hundred and fifty dollars be and the same is 
hereby allowed and appropriated to William PI. Brockman, 
out of the state treasury, to reimburse him for money ex- 
pended by him in arresting and bringing from Philadelphia, 



46 



APPEOPEIATIONS — ATTORNEY GENERAL. 



1867 



Penn., one Daniel O'Brien, charged with the mnrder of 
James Stuart, in the county of Christian, and state of JIH- 
nois, from which county and state the said O'Brien had 
fled. ■ . _ ^ 

§ 2. The auditor is hereby directed and required to 
draw his warrant, in favor of the said William H. Brock- 
man, for the sum of three hundred and lifty dollars, payable 
out of any money in the state treasury, not otherwise ap- 
propriated. 

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



Warrant to is- 



Approved March 8, 1867. 



In force March 
S, 1867. 



Appropriation. 



AX ACT for the relief of Strotlior G. Jones. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly, That the 
auditor of public accounts, upon satisfactory proof being 
presented to him, and the surrender of all vouchers herein- 
after named, and other evidences, for filing in his office, bo 
and he is hereb}^ directed to issue his warrant on the treas- 
urer of the state of Illinois, to Strother Gr. Jones, for the 
sum of four hundred and twenty-two dollars and sixteen 
cents, in payment of his claim against the state of Illinois, 
for corn, hay and wood, and services of teams and labors 
furnished at Camp Butler, during the year 1861, as appears 
b}' vouchers of John Wood, quartermaster general of Illi- 
nois, and Edward Everett, assistant quartermaster general, 
being the amount certified by said vouchers, said claim 
being barred by the acts approved May 2d, 1861, and Feb- 
ruary 16th, 1865. 

§ 3. This act shall be in force from and after its passag^l 

Approved March 8, 1867. 



ATTOENEY GENERAL. 



In force Feb 11, AN ACT to create the office of attorney general, and prescriljuig his duties. 
1867. 

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

Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the 

Office created, officc of attorney general of the -state of Illinois be and the 

same is hereby created, as one of the executive offices of 

the state. 



1867 ATTORNEY GENEEAL. 47 

§ 2. Upon the passage of this act, the governor shall Governor to 
nominate, and by, and with the advice and consent of the "•'"'°'^'^' *^'''=- 
senate, appoint a citizen of the state, learned in the laws of 
the land, attorney general of the state of Illinois, to continue Term of office. 
in office during the residue of the term of office of the pres- 
ent governor, and until a successor is elected and qualified ; 
and at the next and each subsequent election for governor 
of the state, there shall be elected, by the qualified electors To be elected, 
of the state, an attorney general thereof, who shall be elected *''''■ 
in all respects in the same manner as the governor. 

§ 3. Every citizen elected or appointed attorney gen- oath of office. 
eral, as aforesaid, shall, before entering upon the duties of 
the office, take the oaths required by the constitution, and 
that he will faithfully discharge the duties of the office, 
according to the best of his knowledge and ability. 

§ 4. The duties of the attorney general shall be, First — Duties of attor- 
To advise the governor and other executive officers of the ney general, 
state, including states' attorneys, and give written opinions, 
when requested, upon all legal questions, touching or rela- 
thig to the rights, powers and duties of said officers, respect- 
ively. Second — To give written opinions to either house 
of the general assembly, and to committees thereof, upon 
constitutional or legal questions, Avhen requested. Third — 
To institute and prosecute all actions, suits and complaints 
in favor of, or for the use of the state, which may become 
necessary in the administration or execution of the laws of 
the state ; also to defend all actions, suits and complaints in 
which the state is interested, which may be commenced or 
prosecuted in the state or United States courts. Fourth — 
To appear for, and represent the state before the supreme 
court in each of the grand divisions, in all cases of appeal, 
writs of error, or other proceedings in which the state is 
interested. Fifth — To attend to and perform any other 
duties which may from time to time be required of him by 
law. 

§ 5. The said attorney general shall keep an office at office at .seat ot 
the seat of government, and have access to the library of government. 
the supreme court and of the state. 

§ 6. The salary of the attorney general shall be thirty- s.iiary. 
five hundred dollars per annum, payable in quarterly pay- 
ments, and no fees or commissions or other compensations 
shall be allowed, under any pretense whatever : Provided, Proviso. 
That the secretary of state shall supply him with necessary 
stationery for the use of his office. 

§ 7._ This act to be a public act, and to be in force from 
and after its passage. 

Approved February 27, 1867. 



48 AUDITOK OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS — BANKS. 



AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



In force March AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act to enable the auditor of public 
5, 186T. accounts to collect the revenue," approved February 17, 1851. ^ 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly, That the act 
Auditor author- entitled "Ah act to enable the auditor of public accounts to 
reld estat°e°^''^ collect the revenue," approved February IT, 1851, is hereby 
amended so as to make it lawful for the auditor of public 
^ accounts to sell and convey any part [of] real estate which 

nu;y have been heretofore or which may hereafter be pur- 
chased by the state in payment or satisfaction of any judg- 
ment or execution in favor of the state, upon payment by 
the party purchasing into the state treasury the full amount 
bid for the same by the state, together with six per cent. 
Proviso. interest from the date of purchase by the state : Provided, 

That if not so sold within one year from and after the 
expiration of the time of redemption now allowed by law, 
said property may be sold by said auditor upon and for any 
valuation of said property, which may be appraised and 
certified by the county judge and sheriff of the county in 
which such property is situated. 

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

Approved March 5, 1867. 



BANKS. 



In force March AN ACT to amend the general banking law so as to permit tlie withdrawal 1 
28,1867. of securities in certain cases. ' 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, reyresented in the General Assembly, That any bank 
Banks may file Or bauks heretofore organized under the general banking 
bond. laws of this state may file with the auditor of public ac- 

counts a bond, executed by said bank, with security, to be 
approved by the governor, auditor and treasurer, payable 
to the said auditor, for the use of whom it may concern, 
Penalty of bond in the penal sum of double the amount of the outstanding 
circulation of said bank or banks, at the time of filing such 
bond, and conditioned that said bank or banks will, at all 
times, for the period of live years thereafter, redeem, in 



1S67 BANKS. 49 

lawful money, at the auditor's office, and in the cityof Cliica- ^lUf^l^^nJ^ 
go, and at the counter of said bank, any and all outstanding 
notes of such bank as shall be presented at either of said 
places for redemption. 

§ 2. Upon the filing of said bond, the auditor shall pub- ^us'fi no« "e?"^' 
lish a notice in a daily paper in Springfield and Chicago, 
notifying the holders of any of the circulating notes of such Notes to be pre- 
bank to return the same for redemption within five years, dempuon"' ^^ 
or they will be barred from payment of the same ; and 
immediately upon the filing of the bond, as aforesaid, the 
auditor shall surrender to the bank executing the same, all 
the securities on file and deposited with the state treasurer, 
belonging to said bank. 

§ 3. The auditor shall receive, in the cases under this 
act, a fee of one half of one per cent, upon the amount of 
securities thus withdrawn : Provided^ That in no case shall 
his fee be less than twenty dollars, to be paid by said bank, 
with the cost of publication. 

S 4. Any bank orsjanized under the general banking ^f^'^^ may re- 

, " p , . •' ^1 . . 1 '^ 1 1 f. ^ duce capital. 

laws or this state may reduce its capital to not less than five 
thousand dollars. 

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

Appkoved February 28, 186T. 



h 



AN" ACT to repeal and amend the several laws in relation to Banks in tliis In toxc& March 

State. "' 1867. 

Section 1. Beitenactedhy the People of the State of Illinois^ 
represented in the General Assembly^ That if any person or ^(forporated. ''^" 
persons shall utter or pass as or in lieu of money, any note 
or bill issued and published by any joint stock or other com- 
pany, or any firm or person not incorporated by law, with 
banking powers, authorizing him or them to issue the same 
or purporting to have been so issued, or published, such 
person or persons shall not be permitted to collect any can not collect 
demands arising therefrom ; and it shall be competent for (''ahns. 
the defendant in any suit brought for the collection of any 
such claim to plead that the obligation in writing or verbal 
promise was made and executed or given for and in consid- 
ieration of such note or bill so issued and published, or pur- 
I porting to be so issued and published ; and such plea shall 
be taken and allowed a good and sufficient plea in bar of 
• any such demand; and any person or persons so uttering 
lor passing any such notes or bills shall be deemed and con- 
sidered swindlers, and shall be liable to indictment as such, 
and upon conviction shall be fined in any sum not less than 



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186T 



one hundred dollars, nor more than one thousand dollars, 
for each offense. 

§ 2. Chapter (XY) fifteen of the Revised Statutes, approved 
March 3, 1845, entitled " Bank Notes," be and the same is 
hereby repealed. 

§ 3. No more banks or banking associations shall be 
organized under the provisions of any" law of this state, 
with power to issue notes or bills to circulate as money ; 
and no bank or banking association horetotore organized 
or partially organized, which ^has{iio| iieretoforja deposited 
with the auditor of public accounts the amqiint of stocks 
required b}^ law, to entitle such bank or baiiking associa- 
tion to become incorporated, shall hereafter be permitted tg 
make such deposit. 

§ 4. The auditor of public accounts is hereby prohib- 



Repealed. 



Additional 
banks forbid- 
den, y. 




Auditor prohib- 



ing*^ idditionai ited IVom issuing any additional circulation to any bank or 

circulation 



Laws not con- 
sistent with 
this act re- 
pealed. 



banking association now in existence in this state. 

§ 5. All laws or parts of laws not consistent with the 
provisions of this act are hereby repealed. 

§ 6. This act to take effect and be in foi'ce from and 
after its passage. 

Approved March 7, 1867. 



CIRCUIT COURTS. 



In force Febru- 
ary 9, 1867. 



AN ACT to fix the times of holding courts in the first judicial circuit. 



Section 1. £e it enacted hy the People of tJie State of 

Illinois, represented in the General Asseiahly, That the times 

Terras changed of holding tcmis of circuit courts in the several counties 

composing the first judicial circuit, shall be as follows, 

to-wit : 

In the county of Greene, on the first Monday in March 
and the second Monday in September. 

In the county of Morgan, on the third Monday in March 
and the fourth Monday in September. 

In the county of Jersey, on the second Monday in April 
and the second Monday in October. 

In the county of Scott, on the fourth Monday in April 
and the fourth Monday in October. 

In the county of Calhoun, on the second Monday in May 
and the second Monday in November. 

§ 2. All writs, subpoenas,- recognizances, and other pro- 
cess, which have been or may be hereafter issued, returna- 
ble to the terms of the circuit court hereafter required to 



Greene. 



Morgan. 



Jersey. 



Scott. 



Calhoun. 



Writs, etc. 



1867 CIKCUIT COURTS. 51 



be holden, shall be deemed and taken to be returnable to 
the terms of the circuit court in said counties, as herein 
required to be holden. And all notices which may have 
been given, either by publication or otherwise, witli refer- 
ence to the terms of the circuit court in the said counties, as 
heretofore required to be holden, shall, by force of this act, 
refer to the terms of the circuit court in the said counties, 
as required to be held under this act. And all proceedings 
now depending in the circuit courts of the said counties, 
shall be taken up and proceeded with as if no alteration 
had been made in the times of holding said courts. 

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

Approved February 9, 1867. 



AlSr ACT to change the boundaries and fix the times of holding courts in the lu force [June 
fourth judicial circuit. 1,1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted ly the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, Thaf the Term changed. 
fourth judicial circuit, state of Illinois, shall be composed 
of the counties of Effingham, Jasper, Crawford, Clark and 
Cumberland ; and that the time of holding courts therein, 
shall be as follows : Commencing in the county of Effing- 
ham on the first Mondays of March and October, of each 
year ; in the county of Jasper, the fourth Mondays of 
March and October, of each year ; in the county of Craw- 
ford, on the second Mondays of April and November, of 
each year ; in the county [of] Clark, on the (4th) fourth 
Mondays of April and November, of each year ; in the 
county of Cumberland, on the third Mondays of May and 
December, of each year. 

§ 2. This act shall be deemed a public act, and be in 
full force and effect from and after the first day of June 
A. D. 1867. ^ ' 

Approved March 7, 1867. 



AN ACT to fix the time of holding courts in the fifth judicial circuit. In force Febru- 

flary 25, 1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That hereafter Term changed 
the several circuit courts in said circuit shall be held at the 
following times, in each and every year, to-wit: In the 
county of Pike, on the first Monday in March and third 



52 CIRCUIT COURTS. 1867 

Monday in September ; in the county of Brown, on the 
third Monday in March and first Monday in September ;• in 
the county of McDonough, on the first Monday in April 
and first Monday in October ; in the county of Fulton, on 
the third Monday in April and second Monday in Novem- 
ber ; in the county of Schuyler, on the first Monday in May 
and third Monday in October. 
Writs, etc. § 2. All writs, subpoeuas, recognizanccs, and othcr pi'o- 

cess, which have been or may be issued and made returna- 
ble to the terms of court in the counties in this act named, 
as heretofore required by law to be holden, shall be deemed 
and taken to be returnable to the terms of court, as required 
by law to be holden by this act. And all notices which 
have been or may be given, either by publication or other- 
wise, to the terms as heretofore required to be' held, shall, 
by force of this act, refer to the terms of court, as required 
to be holden by this act. And whenever*the period of one 
year shall expire from the rendition of any judgment in 
ejectment, before the holding of the term of said court, 
as fixed by this act, whereby any party shall be prevented 
Motions. irom making a motion to vacate such judgment and for a 

new trial, under the provisions of the statute, it shall and 
may be lawful to make such motion and vacate such judg- 
ment at the term fixed by this act, first occurring after the 
expiration of the year ; and like proceedings shall be had 
thereon as if the same had been made within said period of 
one year. 

§ 3. Upon the passage of this act, the secretary of state 
shall immediately transmit a copy thereof, duly certified, to 
the circuit clerks of each of said counties. 

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

Approved February 25, 1867. 



In force July AN ACT to fix the time of holding the term of the circuit court in Henry 
5, 1867, county, in the sixth judicial circuit. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, rejyresented in the General Assembly, That hereafter 
T© )Ti.s held. there shall be three terms of the circuit court holden in 
Henry county, in each year ; and said terms shall commence 
on the first Monday in February, the second Monday in 
June, and the first Monday in October, of each year. 

§ 2. The said court shall be open at all times for the 
transaction of chancery business, and the entering of orders 
therein ; and the same may be heard and determined at the 
chambers of the judge of said court, at his convenience, and 



1867 CIRCUIT COURTS. 53 

under such rules and regulations as may be established by- 
rules entered of record in said court, at any regular term 
thereof. 

§ 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and 
after the fourth day of July next. 

Approved March 7, 186^7. 



AN ACT to fix the time for holding the terms m the seventh judicial (jirciiit, in forco May 
and concerning jurors in said county. 9,1867. 

Section 1. Be it efiiacted ly the Feople of the State of 
Illinois^ reyresentedinthe General Assembly^ That the terms j.p,.„-, gj-^j 
of the circuit cqjart for the county of Cook shall commence 
on the third Monday of each and every month in each year, 
and in the county of Lake on the first Mondays of Septem- 
ber, February and June, in each year. 

§ 2. Said court may order a grand or petit jury to at- jm-ies. 
tend at such time during any of said terms as the court may 
see proper, and a venire shall issue accordingly. It shall 
be the duty of said court, and of the superior court of Chi- 
cago, when a panel for a petit jury is filled, to ascertain 
whether any of the persons called or summoned as jurors 
have served on a jury in a court of record in said county of 
Cook, within one year, and in case such person has served 
on a jury in a court of record within one year, to discharge 
him for the term. 

§ 3. All acts or parts of acts inconsistent with the pro- 
visions of this act, are hereby repealed. 

Approved March 9, 1867. 



AN ACT to fix the times of holding the courts, in the tenth judicial in force Feb'y. 

circuit. 21, 1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ rejyresented in the General Assemhly, That, here- Term.? chang-d. 
after, the times of holding the circuit courts in the several 
counties composing the tenth judicial circuit shall be as 
follows, to- wit: 

In the county of Warren, on the second Tuesdays in Jan- warrcn. 
uary and May, and the third Tuesdays in October, of each 
year. 

In the county ot Knox, on the first Tuesdays of February Knox. 
and June, and the second Tuesday's in J^ovember, of each 
year. 



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Mercer. 



Henderson. 



Writs. 



Vacate jud^ 
ment. 



Conflicting laws 
repealed. 



In the county of Mercer, on the fourth Tuesdays in Febru- 
ary and first Tuesdays in October, of each year. 

And in the county of Henderson, on the second Tues- 
days in March and the fourth Tuesdays in August. 

§ 2. All summons, subpoenas, writs, notices, declarations, 
in ejectment, bonds, recognizances, veniries, and papers, 
and process of every description, made and serveH for or 
returnable to the terms of court, in the several counties 
in said circuit, as the same were fixed by law, up to the 
date of the passage of this act, except as hereinafter stated, 
shall be deemed and taken and shall have the same force 
and effect as if the same had been made and served and 
were returnable to said terms, as they are herein fixed and 
appointed : Provided^ that the February term of said court 
in the county of Knox, and April term of said court in the 
county of Mercer, shall be held as now fixed by law ; and 
the February terms in the said counties of Knox and Mer- 
cer, as fixed by this act, shall not be held until the year a. 
D. 1868 : And 2)rovided, Jurther, that no grand juries shall 
be summoned for the May term in the couuty of Warren 
and the June term in the county of Knox. 

§ 3. "Whenever the period of one year shall have expired 
from the rendition of any judgment in ejectment, betbre 
the terms herein fixed, whereby any party shall be pre- 
vented from making a motion to vacate the judgment and 
for a new trial under the laws of this state, it shall and may 
be lawful to make such motion at the term next occurring 
under this act, after the expiration of such year ; and the 
like proceedings shall be had therein as if such motion had 
been made within one year from the rendition of such judg- 
ment. 

§ 4. This act shall be in force and take effect from and 
after its passage ; and all laws in conflict herewith are 
hereby repealed. 

Approved February 21, 1867. 



In force Feb'y. 
15, 1867. 



AN 



ACT to regulate the times of holding circuit courts in the fourteenth 
judicial circuit. 



Section 1. Be It enactad ly the Feoj^le qf the State of 

Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That the cir- 

Terms changed cuit courts shall be holdcu at the respective county seats of 

the counties comprising the fourteenth judicial circuit, at 

the following times, in each and every year, to-wit: 

In the county of Jo Daviess, on the first Monday in 
' January, the fourth Monday in May, and the third Monday 

in October. 



1867 CIRCUIT COURTS. 55 

In the county of Stephenson, on the fourth Monday in 
April, the third Monday in August, and the first Monday 
in December. 

And in the county of Winnebago, on the first Monday 
in February, the third Monday in June, and the fourth 
Monday in September. 

§ 2. All writs, subpoenas, recognizances, and other pro- ^^^'''''' ^° 
cess, which have been or may hereafter be issued, returnable 
to the terms of the circuit court in the said counties, as here- 
tofore required to be hold en, shall be deemed and taken to be 
returnable to the terms of the circuit court in said counties, 
as herein required to be holden. And ail notices which 
may have been given, either by publication or otherwise, 
with reference to the terms of the circuit courts in said coun- 
ties, as heretofore required to be holden, shall, by force of 
this act refer to the terms of the circuits in the said coun- 
ties, as required to be held under this act. And all pro- 
ceedings now depending in the circuit courts of the said 
counties shall be taken up and proceeded ^vith as if no 
alteration had been made in the time of holding said courts. 

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

Approved February 15, 1867. ' 



AN ACT to fix the time of holding courts in the fifteenth judicial circuit, in force Febru- 
and to establish terms for the disposal of criminal cases, and for other ary 5, 1867. 
purposes. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
llliii.ois, represented in the General Assemhly, That hereater Terms changed 
the circuit courts in the fifteenth judicial circuit in this state 
shall be begun and held at the county seats of the counties 
of Adams and Hancock, respectively, at the times following, 
to-wit : In the county of Adams, on the third Monday in Ad.ims. 
February, on the fourth Monday in March, on the third 
Monday in May, on the third Monday in June, on the 
second Monday in September, on the fourth Monday in 
October, and on the second Monday in December, in each 
year. 

In the county of Hancock, on the first Monday in March, Hnncoek. 
on the first Monday in June, and on the first Monday in 
October, in each year. 

§ 2. The said terms to be held in the county of Adams, civii cases. 
beginning in October, March and June, respectively, shall 
be exclusively held for and devoted to the trial and disposal 
of civil cases and business, unless otherwise ordered by the 
judge of said court ten days before the commencement of 



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1867 



Writs. 



Criminal cases. 



Foreigners , 



Jurors. 



said term. And all writs, subpoenas, notices, publications, 
processes, continuances and appeals, in civil cases, or pro- 
ceedings made, taken, had or issued, in or from and return- 
able or with reference to said court, shall refer and be re- 
turnable only to the terms of said court specified in this 
section, respectively. And all proceedings in civil cases or 
business in said court shall be taken up and proceeded with 
only at the said terms specified in this section. If the 
judge shall, ten days before the commencement of such 
term, file with the county clerk of said county an order 
directing the summoning of a grand jury to such term, then 
the said county clerk shall immediately issue a 'yem/'e to the 
sheriff of said county^ to summon a grand jury to such term ; 
and the sheriflf shall proceed to summon such grand jury, 
and criminal causes shall stand for trial at sucht6rm, as now 
provided by law ; and said judge shall direct the circuit 
clerk to make up a criminal docket for said term. 

§ 3. The said terms of said court, held in the county of 
Adams, commencing in December, February, May and 
September, shall be exclusively held for and devoted to the 
trial and disposal of business of criminal nature. And all 
writs, subpoenas, processes, recognizances, or appeals, in or 
relating to criminal cases or business which may have been 
heretofore issued or taken or returnable to any term of said 
court, heretofore established by law, shall refer and be re- 
turnable to the term of said court to be held on the fourth 
Monday in February, a. d. 1867 ; and all indictments, 
appeals or proceedings in criminal cases, now pending in or 
returnable to said court, shall be taken up and proceeded 
with at said last mentioned term. And all writs, recogni- 
zances, subpoenas, prosecutions, proceedings or continuan- 
ces, in criminal cases, hereafter instituted in, issued out of, 
or returnable to said court, shall be deemed returnable to and 
be proceeded with only at the respective terms mentioned 
in this section. And all appeals in criminal cases, hereafter 
taken to said court from police magistrates or justices of the 
peace, shall be deemed to be taken and returnable to and 
shall be taken up and disposed of only at the respective 
terms specified in this section. And no civil cases or busi- 
ness, except naturalization of foreigners and such other 
civil business as is or may be required to be entered on the 
People's Docket, shall be taken up or disposed of at any 
term of said court specified in this section. 

§ 4. The grand and petit jurors heretofore selected or 
summoned to serve at any term of said court heretofore 
established in said county of Adams, shall be summoned 
and shall appear and serve at the term of said court, to be 
held on the third Monday in February, a. d. 1867 ; and, 
hereafter, no grand jurors shall be selected or summoned 
to appear or serve at the terms of said court, to be held 



1867 CIRCUIT COURTS. 57 

in said county of Adams, beginning in March, June and 
October, as hereinbefore required. 

§ 5, No suit at law or in chancery or any other civil Docket lee. 
proceeding in said circuit, wherein the aid of the court may 
be sought, shall be entered upon the docket of said court by 
the clerk thereof, until the party desiring the same to be 
docketed shall first pay to the said clerk a docket fee of one 
dollar, which may be taxed in the line of costs against the 
unsuccessful party, and collected as other costs ; and it shall 
be the duty of said 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 court on the first day of each 
of the said terms held for the transaction of civil business ; 
but no cause shall pay more than one docket fee, unless the 
same shall have been once disposed of in the regular course 
of business. 

§ 6. In addition to the costs now allowed by law in ^(.^.-^^nf^^^case^ 
criminal cases, there shall be taxed against the unsuccessful 
party a docket fee of one dollar in each cause or proceeding 
in said countyof Adams, that may hereafter be placed upon 
the docket of said court, at any term thereof, held for the 
disposition of criminal matters ; which docket fee shall be 
paid out of the county treasury by the said county of Adams ; 
and it shall be the duty of the clerk of said court at the end 
of each term to make out and certify to the board of super- 
visors of said county the number ot criminal causes or pro- 
ceedings docketed at such terms ; and the said board of 
supervisors, on being informed of the number of such causes 
or proceedings, shall allow the said docket fees, and order 
the amount thereof to be paid to the judge of said court ; 
and in all cases when judgment is rendered against the 
defendant the said docket fee shall be collected as other 
costs, and, when collected, paid over by the person collect- 
ing the same to the treasurer of said county of Adams. 

§ 7. All laws and parts ul' laws in conflict herewith, are l^w repealed. 
hereby repealed. 

§ 8. This act shall take effect and be in force from and 
aifter its passage. 

Approved February 5, 1867. 



AN^ACT to change the times of holding courts in the seventeenth judicial In lorce Janua- 
circuit, and to attach certain counties thereto, and to fix the times for ry 29, 1867. 
holding courts therein, and for other purposes. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State ojf 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly, That the ^"achefto^iVtii 
counties of Ford and Champaign be attached to and form judicial circuit 
a part of the seventeenth judicial circuit of this state; and 



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186^ 



that the times of holding courts in said seventeenth judicial 
circuit shall be as follows : In the county of Fayette, on 
the first Tuesday in February, and the first Tuesday in June, 
and the third. Tuesday in October ; in the county of Fiatt, 
on the third Tnesday in February, and first Tuesday in 
September ; in the county of Macon, on the fourth Monday 
in February, on the third Monday in June, and the first 
Monday in JSTovember ; in the county of Shelby, on the 
j;hird Tuesday in March, and the third Tuesday in Septem- 
ber ; in the county of Champaign, on the second Tuesday 
in April, on the fourth Tuesday in July, and on the fourth 
Tuesday in November ; in the county of Ford, on the first 
Tuesdays in May and October ; in the county of Moultrie, 
on the first Tuesdays thereafter. 

§ 2. No grand jury shall be summoned for the June 
term of court in Fayette county, unless ordered by the 
judge; which may be done in term time or vacation. 



Terms changed 
Fayette. 

Piatt. 
Macon. 

Shelby. 
Champaign. 

Ford. 
Grand jury. 

Writs, etr. 



Notices. 



Proceedings. 



cieeretary of 
state. 



3. All recognizances, writs and process which have 
been, or may be issued, and made returnable to the terms 
of court 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 court in said coun- 
ties, as required to be holden under and by virtue of this 
act. And all notices, by publication or otherwise, which 
may have been given, with reference to the terms of court 
in said counties, as heretofore required to be holden, shall, 
by force of this statute, refer to the terms of said court 
required to be holden by this act. And all proceedings 
pending in any of said courts in said circuit shall be taken 
up and disposed of according to law, as if no alterations had 
been made in the times of holding courts in said counties. 

§ 4. The secretary of state shall, immediately after the 
passage of this act, transmit to the clerks of the circuit 
court in said circuit certified copies of this act. 

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

Approved January 29, 1867. 



In force Feb. 21, AN ACT to change the times of holding courts in the eigliteenth judicial 
1867. circuit, and to provide for an additional term of the circuit court in tlio 

county of Sanscamon. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the Peojple of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly, That here- 

Terms changed after, the circuit courts in the several counties composing 
said circuit shall be held at the usual places of holding 
courts in said counties, to commence at the times following, 

Montgomery to-wit : 111 the couuty of Montgomery, on the first Mon- 
days of March and September, in each year ; in the county 



1867 CIRCUIT COURTS. 59 

of Macoupin, on the fourth Monday of March, the third Biacoupin. 
Monday of September, and first Monday of December, in 
each year ; in the county of Christian, on the third Monday christian. 
after the fourth Monday of March, and on the second Mon- siuigamon. 
day after the third Monday of September, in each year ; in 
the county of Sangamon, on the second Mondays after the 
Mondays on which court commences in the county of Chris- 
tian, and on the first Mondays of February and August, 
in each year. 

§ 2. A7id be it further enacted, That all writs, subpoenas,'writ3, etc. 
recognizances and other process, which have been, or may 
hereafter be issued, returnable to the terms of the circuit 
court in the said counties, as heretofore required to be 
holden, sliall be deemed and taken to be returnable to 
the terms of the circuit court in said counties, as herein 
required to be holden. And all notices which may have 
been given, by publication or otherwise, with reference to 
the terms of the circuit court in the said counties, as here- 
tofore required to be holden, shall, by force of this act, refer 
to the terms of the circuit court in the said counties, as 
required to be held under this act. And all proceedings in 
the circuit courts of the said counties shall be taken up and 
proceeded with as if no alteration had been made in the 
time of holding said courts. 

§ 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and secretary of 
after its passage ; and the secretary of state shall imme- 
diately send [a] certified copy of this act to the respective 
clerks of the circuit courts of the counties of Macoupin, Mont- 
gomery and Christian. 

Approved February 21, 1867. 



AN ACT to define the nincteeuth judicial circuit, and fix the times of In force May 31, 
holding courts therein. l^^'^- 

Section 1. £e it enacted ly the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the Terms changed 
counties of Alexander, Pulaski, Massac and Pope shall con- 
stitute and compose the nineteenth judicial district of this 
state ; and circuit courts shall be held therein, as follows : 
in the county of Alexander, on the first Mondays of Janu- 
ary, April, July and October ; in the county of Pope, on 
the first Mondays of May and November ; in the county of 
Massac, on the third Mondays of May and November ; in 
the county of Pulaski, on the second Mondays following. 
^ § 2. All summonses, subpoenas, writs, notices, declara- writs, etc. 
tions in ejectment, bonds, recognizances, venires and pro- 
cess of every kind or description whatsoever, made and 
served for, or returnable to the terms of court in said coun- 
ties, as now fixed by law, shall be sufiicient for the terms in 



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186Y 



the several courts respectively occurring next thereafter, 
and by virtue of the j^assage of this act, and be treated with 
like force and effect as if the same had been issued, given 
or made returnable to the several terms as herein provided 
for. 

§ 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from 
and after the thirty-first day of May, a, d., 1867. ^ 

Approved February 25, 1867. 



Writs. 



In force Feb. 23 AN ACT to lix the times of holding circuit courts in the county of Living- 
1867. ston, in the twentieth judicial circuit. 

Section 1. Be it enacted iy the People of the State of 
lllmois^ represented in the General Assembly, That here- 
Terms changed after, the time for holdino- the circuit courts in and for 
the county of Livingston, in the twentieth judicial circuit, 
shall be as follows, to-wit: On the first Tuesday in Janu- 
ary, the first Tuesday in May, and the first Tuesday in 
October, of each year. 

§ 2. All writs, subpoenas, recognizance and other pio- 
cess which may have been, or may be issued to the terms 
of the circuit court in said county, as heretofore required to 
be holden, shall be taken and deemed to be returnable to 
said terms of circuit court, in said county, as herein required 
to be holden, which shall occur next after the terms of said 
court which would have been held had Aot this act been 
passed. And all notices which may have been given, 
either by publication or otherwise, with reference to the 
terms as heretofore required to be holden, shall, by force of 
this act, refer to the terms of court required to be held 
under this act in said county. And all proceedings pend- 
ing in said court shall be taken up and proceeded with 
as if no change had been made in the times of holding said 
courts. 

§ 3. No grand jury shall be summoned for any term of 
said court, except the January term of said court : Pro- 
Tiided, That the judge of said court shall have power to call 
a special grand jury at any other term of said court, when, 
in his judgment, it may be necessary so to do. 

§ 4. All acts and parts of acts conflicting with the pro- 
visions of this act are hereby repealed. 

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

Approved Feb. 23, 1867. 



Grand jury. 



Conflicting acts 
repealed. 



1867 CIBCUIT COURTS. 61 



AN ACT to change the time of hokling courts in the twenty-second judi- In force J.anu- 
cial circuit of this state. '"^'T '^^' ^867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^represejitedin the General Assembly, Ihat, hereafter, Terms chanj.:ed. 
the terms of the circuit courts of the counties composinor 
the twenty-second judicial circuit, shall be held as follows, 
to-wit : In the county of Lee, on the first Mondays of Sep- ^«<^- 
tember and December and the fourth Monday in April ; in 
the county of Carroll, on the first Monday of March and the carroii. 
fourth Monday of September; in the county of "Whiteside, whitcside. 
on the third Mondays of January and May and the second 
Monday of October ; in the county of Ogle, on the second ogie. 
Mondays of February, June and November. 

§ 2. A.11 writs, subpcenas, recognizances, and other pro- writs, etc. 
cess, whicli have been or may be issued and made return- 
able to the terms of court in said circuit, as heretofore 
required by law to be holden, shall be deemed and taken to 
be returnable to the terms of court as required to be holden 
by this act. And all notices which may have been given, Notices. 
or may be given, either by publication or otherwise, to the 
terms as heretofore required to be held, shall, by force of 
this act, refer to the terms of court as required to be holden 
by this act. 

§ 3. It shall be the duty of the secretary of state to secretary of 
cause a certified copy of this act, immediately upon its pas- '^^^^^' 
sage, to be transmitted to the county clerk of each of the 
counties in said circuit. 

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

Approved January 28, 1867. 



AN ACT to change the times of holding courts in the twenty-second judi- in force Feb.28 

cial circuit. 1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, Te])resent6din the General ^S5e?/i^^2/, That, hereafter, Term changed. 
the circuit court in the twenty-second judicial circuit of the 
state of Illinois, shall be held at the county seats of the 
respective counties thereof at the times following, to-wit : 
In the county of "Whiteside, on the third Monday of Janu- 
ary, the third Monday in May and the second Monday of 
October, in each and every year : in the county of Lee, on 
the third Monday of March, the second Monday of Jiine and 
the first Monday of December, in each and every year ; in 
the county of Ogle, on the second Monday of February, the 
fourth Monday of June and the second Monday of J^overa- 
ber, in each and every year ; in the county of Carroll, on 



62 CIRCUIT COUKTS. 1867 

the jBrst Monday of March and the fourth Monday of Sep- 
tember, in each and every year. 
Writs, etc. § 2. All summonses, subpo3nas, bonds, reco,:^nizance8, and 

all other processes, which may have been or may be issued 
and made returnable to the terms of the circuit court in 
said counties, as heretofore required to be held, shall be 
deemed and taken to be returnable to the terms ot" the cir- 
cuit court in the respective counties, as herein required to 
be held. And all notices M^hich may have been given, 
either by publication or otherwise, with reference to the 
terms of said court, as heretofore required to be held, shall, 
by force of this act, refer to the terms of court required to 
be held under this act. And all proceedings pending in 
said courts shall be taken up and proceeded with at the 
terms herein specified for the holding of said courts, as if 
no alteration had been made in the times of holding said 
court. 
Secretary of § 3, It sliall be tlic duty of the secretary of state, within 

state. |.gQ dsijs, after the passage of this act, to cause a certified 

copy of this act to be transmitted to the clerk of the circuit 
[court] of each county in said twenty-second judicial circuit. 
§ 4. This act shall take efiect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

AprKOVED February 28, 1867. 



In force May 10, AN ACT to define the twenty-sixth judicial district of this state, and to fix 

the times of holding courts therein. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented m the General Assembly^ That the 
Terms changed, couuties of John SOU, Williamson, Saline, Gallatin and Har- 
din, shall compose the twenty-sixth judicial circuit; and 
circuit courts shall be held therein, as follows, to- wit: In 
the county of Johnson, on the first Mondays of March and 
September; in the county of Williamson, on the third 
Mondays of March and September; in the county of Saline, 
on the second Mondays following; in the county of Galla- 
tin, on the second Mondays following; in the county of 
Hardin, on the second Mondays following. 

§ 2. This act shall take effect from and after the tenth 
day of May, 1867. 

AiTKOVED February 25, 1867. 



1867 ciEcuiT cotrnTS. 63 



AN ^VCT to change the times of holding courts in the twenty-seventh judi- In force Febru- 
ciiJ circuit, and to fix the times and places for holding courts therein, ^^y -^> ■'■^^'^■ 
and for other purposes. 

Section 1. £e it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, rejpresented in the General Assembly, That, from Terms changed. 
and after the passage of this act, the circuit courts in the 
various counties composing said circuit shall be held at the 
county seats of the respective counties thereof, at the times 
following: In the county of Douglas, on the first Tuesdays 
of February and September, in each year ; in the county 
of Vermilion, on the second Tuesday thereafter; in the 
county of Edgar, on the third Tuesday thereafter ; in the 
county of Coles, on the third Tuesday thereafter. 

§ 2. That all recognizances, writs and process which writs) etc. 
have been or may be issued and made returnable to the 
terms of court 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 court in said counties 
as required to be holden imder and by this act. And all 
notices, by publication or otherwise, which may have 
been given with reference to the terms of court in said 
counties, as heretofore required to be hold^, shall, by force 
of this act refer to the terms of said court, 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 disposed of 
according to law, as if no alteration had been made in the 
times of holding courts in said counties. 

§ 3. The secretary of state shall, immediately after the secretary of 
passage of this act, transmit to the clerks of the circuit *''''^''- 
courts of the several counties composing the twenty-seventh 
judicial circuit, as aforementioned in this act, a certified 
copy of this act, 

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

Approved February 25, 1867. 



AN ACT to regulate the terms of holding the circuit court of Kendall In force Febru- 

county. • ai'y 20, 186T. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assernbly, That, hereafter. Two terms. 
there shall, in each year, be held two terms of the circuit 
couit of Kendall county, as follows, viz: One term, com- 
mencing on the third Tuesday of January, and one term, 
commencing on the fourth Tuesday of May; and the April 
and September terms now authorized by law are hereby 
abolished. 



Q4c CIKCUIT COURTS. 1867 

Writs, etc. § 2. All writs, subpcBnas, recognizances, and all otlier 

processes, which may have been or may be issued and made 
returnable to the terms of the circuit court, as heretofore 
required to be held, shall be deemed and taken to be return- 
able to said terms of the circuit court, as herein required to 
be held. And all notices which may have been given, 
either by publication or otherwise, with reference to the 
terms of said court,as heretofore required to be held, shall, 
by force of this act, refer to the terms of court required to 
be held under this act. And all proceedings pending in 
said court shall be taken up and proceeded with, at the 
times herein specified for the holding of said court, as if 
no alteration had been made in the times of holding said 
court. 

3. All laws or parts of laws in conflict or inconsistent 
with the provisions of this act are hereby repealed. 

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

Appeoved February 20, 1867. 



Conflictinn laws 



In force Feb. 20, AN ACT to regulate the practice in the circuit court of Stephenson county. 
1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly, That in all cases 
at law in the circuit court of Stephenson county, in which 
either party shall require a trial by jury, the plaintiff in all 
cases originally commenced in the circuit court, and the 
Plaintiff and ap- appellant in all appeal cases, shall, before the empanneling 
peHantsto de- of a jury, dcposit with the clerk of said circuit court the 
^°^' ' sum of five dollars, to be by said clerk paid into the county 

treasury of Stephenson county, there to form and become a 
special fund for the payment of jurors' fees, and to be 
appropriated to no other purpose ; and if the plaintiff in 
any case originally commenced in the circuit court, or the 
appellant in any appeal case, where a trial by jury shall 
be required by either party shall fail or refuse to deposit 
with said clerk, said sum of five dollars before the calling 
of a jury, the court shall dismiss such case, at the costs of 
the plaintiff', if commenced in the circuit court ; and if such 
case shall be an appeal case the court shall dismiss the 
appeal at the cost of the appellant. Said sum of five dol- 
lars, when so deposited, shall be recovered by the party 
depositing the same, in [the case of final judgment in his 
favor to be taxed as costs against the opposite party. 
Appellant to de- § 2. In all appeal cascs the appellant shall be required 
posit. |.Q deposit with the officer approving the appeal bond, the 

sum of one dollar and fifty cents, before the appeal shall be 



1867 CIRCUIT COURTS. 65 

deemed perfected, which amount when so deposited, shall 
be forthwith paid over to the clerk of said court, to pay 
the judge's fee and stamp duty now required by law ; and 
in case the appellant shall refuse or neglect to perfect his 
appeal, as aforesaid, within the time required by law, the- 
court rendering the judgment shall proceed to collect the 
same as though no appeal had ever been prayed for. 

§ 3. That in all cases where appeals have heretafori) 
been taken to said court, and the same have not been placed 
on the docket of said court for trial, the appellant shall be 
required to place the same on the docket on or before the Appellant to 
third day of the first term of said court, after this law shall '^°°'^®*- 
take efi'ect ; and in case the appellant shall refuse or neglect 
to have his case placed on the docket, as aforesaid, then the 
said court may in term time, on motion of the appellee, 
cause such case to be placed on the docket, and on motion of 
the appellee, and if the appellant shall for three days after 
notice to him or his attorney of such order of the court, 
refuse or neglect to pay to the clerk of said court the stamp, 
duty and docket fee required by law, such suit shall be on 
motion of the appellee, dismissed, with ten per cent, dam- 
ages for delay ; and the docket and stamp fees required by 
law in such case shall be taxed against the appellant, as pavb 
of the costs of such suit. This act shall apply to all cases, 
taken to said county on change of venue. 

§ 4. The first and fourth sections of an act entitled, 
"An act to regulate the practice of the circuit court of the Act repealed, 
county of Stephenson," approved June 12, 1863, are hereby 
repealed as to all cases where a jury fee of five dollars has 
not been paid under the provisions of those sections ; but 
said section shall be in full force, as to all cases where said 
sum has been deposited with said clerk ; and this act shall 
not apply to any case where said sum of five dollars has 
ibeen deposited with said clerk under the act of June 12, 
1863, above mentioned. 

§ 5. In all cases in which any plaintifl' shall be permitted 
•to commence and prosecute his or her action as a poor per- Poor plaintiff or 
son under the provisions of section three, chapter twenty- ''pp^"'*^*. 
six of the Kevised Statutes the plaintifl" or appellant shall 
not be required to deposit said sum of five dollars prior to 
the empanneling of a jury. 

I. § 6. All laws and parts of laws in .conflict with the pro- conflicting laws 
ivisions of this act are hereby repealed. repealed^ 

', § 7, This act shall be in force from and after its passage. 
I Appboved February 20, 1867. 



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CIRCUIT COURTS. 1867 



In force Feb. 25, AN ACT to provide for the holding of the March term of the Jo Daviess 
•^^^'^" county circuit court, for the year 1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State oj- 
Term changed. UUnois^ represented 11% the General AssemUy^ That an act of 
the general assembly, passed at the present session, fixing 
the time for holding the circuit courts in the fourteenth 
judicial circuit, shall not be construed to abolish, change or 
aiFect the term of the circuit court heretofore required by 
law to be held in and for the county of Jo Daviess, on the 
second Monday of March, a. d. 1867 ; but said, term of said 
circuit court shall be held in said county on the second 
Monday of March, a. d. 1867, in all respects the same. And 
all processes issued to said term shall be taken and held to 
be valid the same as though the act above mentioned had 
not passed, but from and after the final adjournment of said 
March term of said court, in the year 1867, the act above 
mentioned shall have full force and effect as to all circuit 
courts to be held in and for said county of Jo Daviess. 

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

Approved February 25, 1867. 



In force Februa- AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act to regulate the terms of the 
ry 28, 1867. circuit court of Will county," in force February 16, 1865. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the Beople of the State of 
Court in June, Jllinois, represented in the General Assembly, That so much 
of said act as provides for the May term of said court is 
hereby repealed. There shall be a term of said court held 
on the first Monday of June, in each year thereafter. 
Chancery and § 2. Said term shall be held exclusively for the trans- 
crnninai. actlou chauccry and criminal business, the hearing of mo- ' 
tions, the settlements of issues, and for taking defaults ; 
and no grand or petit jury shall be summoned for said June 
term, unless ordered by the said court. 
Writs, etc. g 3, All the proccsscs, suits, recognizances and proceed- 

ings which have been or hereafter may be made returnable 
to the May term of said court, as now provided by law, 
shall be taken, deemed and held to be returnable to the June 
term herein established. 

§ 4. This act shall be in force from and after its passage. 
Approved February 28, 1867. 



1867 CIRCUIT COURTS. 67 



AN ACT to change the time of holding the circuit court in the county of In force Febru- 

Bureau. '^'■y '^^' 1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That from court in March. 
and after the passage of this act the March term of the 
circuit court of the county of Bureau shall be begun and held 
bn the third Monday of March, in each and every year ; 
and that all writs, process and recognizances heretofore 
made returnable to the March term of said court, a. d. 1867, 
are hereby made returnable to said March term, as fixed by 
this act. 

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

Approved February 28, 1867. 



AN ACT entitled "An act authorizing the clerk of the circuit court of In force March 
Clinton county to make up court records. 5,1867. 

Whereas, the clerk of the circuit court of Clinton county, Records not 
for the years of 1854, 1855 and 1856, having failed to make 
out or complete the records of said circuit court, for the 
years above mentioned, and his official bond being lost, so 
that legal proceedings can not be instituted ; therefore, 

[Section 1.] Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, The Thomas ^^ade!^ **^ ^* 
S. Smith, present clerk of the circuit court, in and for the 
county aforesaid, be and he is hereby authorized and em- 
powered, as soon as practicable, to make out the full and 
complete records of the circuit court of Clinton county for 
the years 1854, 1855 and 1856, and the records of the Au- 
gust term, 1860 ; for which services the said Thomas S. 
Smith, present clerk, as aforesaid, shall be allowed the same 
compensation for all services performed by him or other 
person or persons for him, as is now allowed by law to 
clerks of the circuit court for like services ; and the county 
court of said county shall be authorized, and is hereby re- 
quired to draw an order on the county trea-surer of Clinton 
county for compensation for his services in the premises. 

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

Approved March 5, 1867. 



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CIRCUIT COURTS. 



1867 



In force March AN ACT to fix the time of holding the terms of the circuit court of Jo Da- 
^'^^^'' viess county. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the^ State of 
Terms held. Ulinois^ represented in the General Assembly, That the 
terras of the circuit [court] of the county of Jo Daviess shall 
be held at the county seat of said county, as follows, to- wit: 
On the second Monday of March, on the fourth Monday in 
May, on the tirst Monday in August, and on the second 
Monday in November, in each year. 

§ 2. This act shall take eflect from and after its passage. 

Approved March 5, 1867. 



Jas. R. Loomis. 



Records. 



In force March AN ACT authorizing Wesley Sloan, judge nineteenth judicial circuit of 
6,1867. Illinois, to certify compensation due to James R. Loomis, clerk of Gal- 

latin circuit court, for performing neglected and unfinished work of his 
predecessor. 

"Whereas, at the March term, a. d. 1863, of the Galla- 
tin circuit court, of the state of Illinois, James Davenport, 
clerk of said court, being removed from office by order of 
said court, and James R. Loomis appointed to fill the un- 
expired term of said Davenport, as clerk of said court, 
agreeably to the order of Hon. Wesley Sloan, judge of the 
nineteenth judicial circuit of Illinois, and presiding in Gal- 
latin county, aforesaid; and whereas, The said Wesley 
Sloan having further ordered that the said James R. Loomis 
be required to correct and transcribe certain records of said 
court, and further to do and bring forward all such other 
unfinished and neglected business pertaining to said office 
as he, the said James Davenport, had failed or utterly 
neglected to do ; therefore. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of . 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the 
said Wesley Sloan, judge of the nineteenth judicial circuit 
of Illinois, be and is hereby empowered to certify to the 
county court of Gallatin county, such reasonable compen- 
sation as in his judgment may be deemed a suitable remu- 
neration to the said James R. Loomis, for transcribing and 
correcting the records of said Gallatin circuit court, and 
such other labor necessarily performed by said Loomis, 
agreeably to the order of his appointment as clerk of said 
circuit court. 

§ 2. Be it further enacted, That it shall be the duty of 

ompensation. ^]^q county court of Gallatin county, upon presentation to 

them by Hon. Wesley Sloan, judge, as aforesaid, a certified 

statement of such amount as he may deem a necessary pecu- 



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1 867 CIRCUIT COURTS — COUNTY COURTS. 69 

niary compensation due said Loomis, for services mentioned 
in this act, to cause to be paid over to said Loomis, imme- 
diately, the amount so certified by the judge, as aforesaid. 

§ 3. This act shall take efi'ect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Approved March 6, 1867. 



AN ACT to repeal sections six, seven, eight and nine, of an act entitled In force March 
"An act to regulate practice in the courts of the county of Kane, and ^> ■^^^^• 

state of Illinois," approved February 14, 1863. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That sections sections repeai- 
six, seven, eight and nine, of the act entitled "An act to ^^^ 
regulate practice in the courts of the county of Kane, and 
state of Illinois, approved February 14, a. d., I860, be and 
the same are hereby repealed. 

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

Approved March 9, 1867. 



AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act to provide additional bailiffs to In force Feb. 28, 
wait upon circuit courts," approved February 16, 1857. 1867. 

[Section 1.] Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assemdly, That the Bailiffs in cook 
judges of the various courts of record in Cook county, each, «ounty. 
be, and they are hereby authorized to empower the sheriff 
of said Cook county to employ as many bailiffs as may, in the 
discretion of said judges, or either of them, be necessary 
for the proper transaction of the business of said courts. 
The pay of said bailiffs shall be four dollars per day during how paid, 
their time of service, to be paid out of any unappropriated 
moneys in the county treasury of said Cook county. 

[§ 2.] This act to take effect and be in force from and 
ifter its passage. 

Approved February 28, 1867. 



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COUNTY COURTS. 



Iii forceFeb.25, AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act to establish the Cook county 
1867. court," approved February 21, 1845, and the acts amendatory thereto, 

and for other purposes. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That, in 
pay addition to the compensation otherwise provided by law, 
each of the judges of the superior court of Chicago shall 
be paid the sum of fifteen hundred dollars ($1500) per 
annum, from the first day of January, a. d., 1867, payable 
quarterly, out of the treasury of the county of Cook, upon 
their own order upon the treasurer of said county. 

§ 2. All provisions of law, by which the terms of said 
court are required to close upon the last Saturdays of the 
respective months, are hereby repealed. 
pay § 3. That the board of supervisors of Cook county are. 
hereby authorized, in addition to the compensation of the 
judge of the seventh judicial circuit of the state of Illinois, 
under existing laws, to appropriate and pay to said judge 
the sum of fifteen hundred dollars ($1500) per annum, from 
the first day of January, a. d., 1867, payable quarterly, out 
of the treasury of the county of Cook, upon his own order 
upon the treasurer of said county. 

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

Approved February 25, 1867. 



Additional 
to county 
judge. 



Repeal. 



Additional 
to circuit 
judge. 



In force Feb. 25, AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act establishing county courts, and 
providing for the election of justices of the peace and constables, and ' 
for other purposes," approved February 12, 1849. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That section 
at five of the act of which this is an amendment, be so amended 
that the county judge of DeKalb county may sit or hold 
his court for the transaction of probate business, at his 
room, or chambers, at his private residence at Sycamore. 

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

Appeoved February 25, 1867. 



Court held 
Sycamore.. 



1867 COUNTY C0UKT8. 71 



AN ACT to change the time of holding the county court of Cooli county. In force Feb. 28, 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly, That, here- Terms changed 
after, the terms of said county court of Cook county shall 
be held on the first Monday of each month, instead of the 
third Monday. 

§ 2. All proceedings, matters or things required to be 
done on the third Monday of any month in said court 
shall be done and performed on the first Monday of the 
same month. 

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

Appkoved February 28, 1867. 



Ft 



AN ACT to enable county courts to settle up estates of deceased persons In force March 

and minors. 5,1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the people of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That' in Process may is- 

11 1 .,-,.. ,, , 1 . 1 1 sue to sheiiftd. 

ail cases where jurisdiction or the subject matter has been 
heretofore or may be hereafter conferred upon county courts 
in this State, as limited by law, it shall be lawful to issue 
mesne and final process to the sherift' of all counties in this 
state, as is now done in the circuit courts of this state, to 
obtain jurisdiction over the person of defendants, and to 
enforce orders or collect judgments, in such county courts: 
Provided, that this act shall not be construed as extending 
to any case where an executor, administrator or guardian 
is not a party plaintiff or defendant. 

§ 2. That this act shall take effect from and after its 
passage. 

Approved March 5, 1867. 



AN ACT to fix the compensation of judges and associate judges of the In force March 
, county courts of certain counties therein named. . ^' ■^^®^" 

Section 1. Be it ermcted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, [That] the Additional com- 
iudges and associated judges of the county courts of the fol- p®°^**'°°- 
lowing named counties shall receive a compensation for.each 
day they or either of them shall necessarily be engaged in 
holding terms of county court, the sum of five dollars per 



72 



COUNTY COURTS. 



1867 



day, to-wit: Calhoun, Jersey, Greene, Scott, Morjoran, Ma- 
coupin, Christian, Montgomery, Shelby, Bond and Wabash. 

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

Appkoved March 5, 1867. 



Term changed. 



Ill foi'ce March AN ACT to change the time of holding the semi-annual terms of the county 
' ■ courts of Vermilion county. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assemhly^ That here- 
aftei', the terms of said court, as provided for in section 
number three of an act entitled "An act to amend an act 
establishing county courts," approved February 12, 1849, 
and to extend the jurisdiction of the county court of Ver- 
milion county, approved February 24, 1859, be held on the 
first Mondays in June and December, of each year. 

§ 2. All processes heretofore issued or which may here- 
after be issued by or from said court and made returnable 
on the fourth Monday of July next, and all causes in said 
court which have been continued to the next July term of 
said court, shall be deemed returnable on and continued to 
the iirst Monday in June, 1867. 

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

Approved March 7, 1867. 



Processes. 



la force March AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act to extend the jurisdiction of 
^' 1^^^- the county court of DeKalb county," approved February 12, 1863. 

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

Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly, That the 

Powers of cir- judge of Said couuty court may interchange with the judge 

)u ges. ^^. ^^^^ circuit or other court in this state, with the same 

rights, duties and powers as are or may be conferred upon 

judges of the circuit courts in this state in like cases. 

Approved March 7, 1867. 



1867 COUNTY COURTS. 73 



AN ACT to extend the jurisdiction of the county court of Marion county, in forco March 

9, 1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illi7iois, represented in the General Asseinhiy^ That the Jurisdiction in 
connty court of Marion county, when sitting for probate <'"'**®'^- 
business, shall have concurrent jurisdiction with the circuit 
courts of this state in all suits or actions in assumpsit or 
debt, in suits on applications for the assignment of widow's 
dower in the lands of the deceased husband, in suits 
of petition for partition of lands, and applications of guar- 
dians for the sale of lands of minors for the support and 
education of said minors. 

§ 2. The process of said court shall be issued by the Process, 
clerk of said court, under the seal thereof, and directed to 
the sheriff of the proper county, and executed as now pro- 
vided by law for the execution of process issued out of the 
circuit courts of tliis state; and the practice and proceed- 
ings in said county court shall be the same as in the circuit 
courts of this state, in similar cases ; and all orders, judg- 
ments and decrees of said court shall be of the same force 
and have the same effect on real and personal property, which 
orders, judgments and decrees made or rendered by the 
circuit courts of this state, now or hereafter may have by 
law. 

§ 3. Appeals and writs of error may be prosecuted Appeals to. 
from all iinal orders, judgments and decrees of said court, 
to the supreme court of this state, in the same manner that 
appeals and writs of error are taken from the circuit courts 
of this state. 

§ 4. All appeals from the final decisions and iudgments APPfa^s from 

1 111 !• • n 1 >•! justices. 

made or rendered by the justices of the peace of said county 
of Marion, in civil suits, may be taken to said county 
court. 

§ 5. The clerk, sheriff, and other officers of said court, 
shall receive the several fees and compensations that no^f 
are or herealter may be allowed by law for similar services 
in the circuit courts of this state ; and each juror sworn in 
said court, on making affidavit of service during the term, 
shall be entitled to fifty cents in each case, and mileage at 
the rate of five cents per mile, going and returning to his 
residence from the county seat, which shall be taxed and 
collected as other costs. 

§ 6. Said county court shall have power to prescribe all Po^vers. 
rules and regulations for the selection, summoning and empan- 
neling jurors for the trial of all cases provided for in this act. 

§ 7. Any person or party to any suit or proceeding in change of ve- 
said court may apply in said county court for a change of 
venue to the circuit court of said Marion county, on tiling 
in said county court a petition, under oath, setting forth 
that he, she or they verily believe that the county judge of 



74 



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1867 



said county of Marion is so prejudiced against him, her or 
them, that he, she or they can not have a fair and impartial 
trial in said county court. The said county judge shall 
thereupon grant a change of venue to the circuit court of 
said Marion county ; and said cause shall thereupon be set 
down for trial in said circuit court the same as if originally 
instituted therein ; and the clerk of said county court, 
within twenty days after the adjournment of any term of 
said county court, at which such change of venue shall be 
granted, shall make a perfect transcript of all the proceed- 
ings had in said case in said county court, which shall be 
certified as true and correct by the clerk of said county 
court, under the seal thereof; which, together with all the 
papers appertaining to said suit, shall, within the said 
twenty days, be returned by said clerk of said county court 
to the circuit clerk's office of said county ; and said suit 
shall be by said circuit clerk docketed as original suits are 
docketed in said circuit court, and shall be tried in said 
circuit court as suits instituted therein are tried. 

§ 8. The clerk of said county court shall tax and collect 
a docket fee of one dollar in each suit or proceeding heard 
and determined in said court, under the authority as provi- 
ded for by this act, which docket fee, when collected, shall 
b6 paid over to the county judge of said county, in addition 
to the compensation now allowed him by law. All of 
which costs and fees, made or accruing in any proceeding 
or suit had in said court, under or by virtue of this act, may 
be collected of the party or parties making the said costs, 
by execution or fee bill, issued by the clerk of said county 
court. The said docket fee shall be collected by the clerk 
of said court on the commencement of each suit. 

This act to take efiect and be in force from and after its 



Docket fees. 



Secretary of 
state. 



passage. 

§ 9. And be it further enacted^ That the secretary of 
state transmit to the clerk of the county court of said 
county of Marion, immediately, a certified copy of this act, 
with the seal of state attached. 

Approved, March 9, 1867. 



1867 COURT SUPREME. 75 



COURT— SUPREME. 



AN ACT fixing the time of holding the supreme court in the first grand in force Feb. 16, 

division. 1867. 

Section 1. Be It enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That hereafter Term cnanged. 
the supreme court shall be held in the first grand division 
on the second Tuesday of June in each and every year, in- 
stead of being held in JNovember, as now required, and shall 
continue in session until all the causes on the docket are 
disposed of. 

§ 2. All process which have been, or shall be made process. 
returnable to the November term of said conrt, shall be 
taken and held to be returnable to the term fixed by this 
act. 

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

Approved February 16, 1867. 



AN ACT fixing tlie terms of the supreme court in the first and third grand In force Feb. 22. 

divisions. \%&l. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That after Term fixed. 
the next April term of the supreme court, to be held in the 
third grand division, at Ottawa, as now provided by law, 
the subsequent terms of said court shall be begun and held 
at Ottawa, on the second Tuesday in September of each 
and every year, and continued as now provided by law. 

§ 2. The said court for the first grand division shall Mt. vernon. 
hereafter be begun and held at Mt. Yernon, on the first 
Tuesday in June, of each and every year, and continue as 
now provided by law. 

§ 3. All process which may have been, or shall be issued Process. 
from the supreme court in the first grand division, and 
made returnable to the !N'o vember term, shall be taken and 
held to be returnable to the June term, as established by 
this act. 

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

Approved February 22, 1867. 



76 COURTS OF COMMON PLEAS. 1867 



COURTS OF COMMON PLEAS. 



In force March AN ACT to change the times of holding the court of common pleas of the 
">' 1867. city of Cairo, and for other purposes. 

Section 1. J^e it enacted by the People of the State of 
IlliTwis, represented inthe General Assembly^ That hereafter 
Term fixed, ^\^q terms of the common pleas court shall be commenced 
and held as follows : First, on the third Monday in May ; 
second, on the third Monday in August ; third, on the third 
Monday in November; fourth, on the third Monday in 
February, of each year. 
jud-^e to reside § 2. The judgc of the Said court shall reside in the said 
in Cairo. ^jj.^ ^j- Qq\yo ] and if he shall at any time remove out of 

the corporate limits of said city, his office shall thereby be- 
come vacated, and the governor may appoint his successor 
for the unexpired term. 

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

Approved March 7, 1867. 



In force March AN ACT to further increase the salary of the judge of the courts of common 
s> 1867. pleas of the cities of Aurora and Elgin. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, rejpresented in the General Assembly, That the 
Pay of judge in- city of Aurora shall, from and after the passage hereof, pay 
to the judge of the courts of common pleas of the cities of 
Aurora and Elgin, three hundred dollars per annum, paya- 
ble quarterly, out of the city treasury thereof. 

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

Approved March 8, 1867. 



creased. 



1867 CITY COURTS. 



CITY COURTS. 



AN ACT to change the time of holding the Alton city court. In force March 

8, 1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the Term fixed, 
times, hereafter, of holding the Alton city court shall be the 
second Mondays of April and September, of each year, 

§ 2. All acts inconsistent with this act are hereby re- 
pealed, and this act to be in force from and after its passage. 

Approved March 8, 1867. 



COUNTY JUDGES. 



AN" ACT to provide for the compeisation of county judges. In force Feb. 26, 

1867, 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the Five dollars per 
county judges of this state shall each be entitled to receive '^^^' 
the sum of five dollars per day for each day they shall be 
necessarily employed in holding county court for probate 
business and business arising under the laws of this state 
relating to idiots and lunatics, insane persons and insolvent 
debtors ; which said compensation shall be paid in the same 
manner as is now provided by law. 

§ 2. The provisions of this act shall not apply to the counties excep- 
counties of Cook, DeKalb, Tazewell and Fulton. 

§ 3. All laws or parts of laws in conflict with this act, 
are hereby repealed. 

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

Approved February 26, 1867. 



AN ACT to fix the pay of certain officers therein named. In force March 



6, ISO- 



Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the Five dollars a 
judges and assistant judges of the county court of the coun- *^'*^* 



78 COUNTY JUDGES. 1867 



ties of Monroe, Perry, Randolph and Pulaski, shall receive 
the sum of five dollars per day for all da^^s that they may 
be necessarily engaged in holding terms of county court. 

§ 2. This act shall take efl'ect from and after its passage. 

Appkoved March 5, 1867. 



1*1 'f°''J|'g^»'"ch AN ACT to extend the jurisdiction of the county judge of Will county, 
' ■ Illinois, while acting as a justice of the peace„ _ 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the Peojple of the State of 
Illinois^ rep/esented in the General Assembly, That here- 

"^peace^ °' *'^* after, the county judge of Will county, where acting as 
justice of the peace, shall have jurisdiction in all actions in 
which justices of the peace in the State of Illinois have 
jurisdiction, and in which the amount claimed does not 
exceed six hundred dollars ($600.) 

Change ofijve- § 2. Changes of venue shall be allowed in all cases 
pending before said judge, when acting as aforesaid, to the 
police magistrate of the city of Joliet, where the amount 
claimed does not exceed the jurisdiction of the said police 
magistrate. • 

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

Approved March 7, 1867. 



nue. 



In force March ^]sf ACT to increase the compensation of the county judge and associate 
^» justices in the county of Madison. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That here- 
Fj^edoiiarsper after, the county judge and associate justices of Madison 
county shall receive for their services, while doing county 
business, the sum of five dollars per day for each day's 
necessary service in attending to the business of said court, 
to be paid out of the county treasury. 

§ 2. This act shall be in force from and after its pas- 
sage. 

Approved March 8, 1867. 



1867 COUNTIES CANADA THISTLES. 79 



COUNTIES. 



AN ACT giving the counties of Alexander and Pulaski concurrent jurisdic- In force Feb. 21, 
tion over Cache river, and for ether purposes. 1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly, That the 
counties of Alexander and Pulaski shall have concur- concurrent ju- 
rent judicial jurisdiction over Cache river, and for either or "^^''^t'o"- 
both of said counties, shall have authority to erect bridges 
over said river. 

§ 2. All acts declaring Cache river a navigable stream Not navigable. 
are hereby repealed. 

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

Approved February 21, 1867. 



CANADA THISTLES. 



AN ACT to prevent the introduction and propagation of Canada Thistles in force Feb. 29 
in the state of Illinois. 1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the state of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That any pe„aityof$ioo. 
person who shall bring into this state any seed of the Canada 
thistle, whether the same be in the packing of goods, grain 
or grass seeds, or otherwise, and permit the same to be dis- 
seminated, so as to vegetate on any land in this state, such 
person shall be liable to a penalty of one hundred dollars, 
to be recovered by an action of debt or assumpsit, before 
any justice of the peace of the proper county. 

I 2 Every person owning or possessing land in this Not to mature, 
state, who shall permit the Canada thistle to mature and 
disseminate its seed on land so owned or possessed by 
them, shall be liable to a penalty of fifteen dollars, to be 
recovered as specified, in the first section of this act. 

§ 3. This act shall be in force from and after its pas- 
sage. 

Approved February 28. 1867. 



^^ corpOkations. 1867 



CORPORATIONS. 



lu force April AX ACT to amend an act entitled "An act to authorize the formation 
21,1867. of corporations for manufacturing, mechanical or chemical purposes," 

approved February 18th, 1857. 

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

Beet root sugar, ever any three or more persons may desire to form a com- 
pany for the purpose of raisinp; beets and manufacturinfy 
and refining sugars and syrups therefrom, they shall be 
permitted to do so, by complying with all the require- 
ments, imposed on companies organized for other industrial 
purposes named in the act to which this is an amendment. 
And whenever they shall have so complied, they shall 
thereafter be a corporate company, with all the rights, 
privileges and powers conferred by said act on other com- 
panies formed for the purposes therein named, and to the 
same extent that such companies would have been if this 
branch of industry had been named and provided for in the 
original act. 

^^ay issue § 2. That any company, organized under the provisions of 

said act and this amendment, shall have power to borrow 
money on the bonds of the company and to secure the 
same by deed or lien on their real or personal property, or 
both. 

Approved 1^ ebruary 21, 1867. 



In force May AN ACT in relation to the consolidation of incorporated companies. 
9,1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That, in 
Consolidated ^^^ cascs whcn any company or corporation, chartered or 
companies to organized under the laws ot this state, shall consolidate its 
"^y ^ ^' property, stock or franchises, with any other company or 
companies, such consolidated company shall be liable for all 
debts or liabilities of each company included in said con- 
solidated company, existing or accrued prior to such con- 
solidation ; and actions may be brought, and maintained, 
and recovery had therefor, against such consolidated com- 
pany. 

Approved March 9, 1867. 



1867 CONTEACTS — CANAL AND EiVER IMPROVEMENTS. 81 



CONTRACTS. 



AN ACT concerning the remedy upon the class of contracts therein re- In force Feb. 28, 

ferrcd to. l^^^- 

"Whereas, by an act entitled "An act to legalize ten per Difficulty as to 
cent, interest, when it is agreed upon between parties," ]Sw^'^''^° °^ 
approved January 31, 1857, it was enacted by the legisla- 
ture of Illinois that all laws in conflict with said act, and 
all laws providing for penalties for taking or contracting for 
more than the legal rate of interest, were thereby repealed ; 
and, whereas, difficulty exists as to the construction and 
effect of said acts ; therefore, 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the Peojple of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assernhly^ That in all Merest not to be 
suits . upon written contracts made while the act entitled deducted. 
"An act to amend the interest laws of this state," approved 
January 30, 1819, was in force, and prior to the passage of 
the interest law, approved January 31, 1857, abolishing all 
laws providing for penalties for taking or contracting for 
more than the legal rate of interest wherein (in any such 
contract) a higher rate of interest than ten per cent, per 
annum was reserved, and when the fact of usury is insisted 
upon in the pleadings in the suit and proven, the creditor 
shall forfeit all the excess of the interest over the rate it 
was competent for the parties at the time of contracting to 
reserve in writing, and shall forfeit no more ; ;and no portion 
of the interest which the debtor may have voluntarily paid 
upon his contract shall be deducted from the principal. 

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

Approved February 28, 1867. 



CANAL AND RIVER IMPROVEMENTS. 



AN ACT for canal and river improvements. In force Feb. 28, 

1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the G-eneral Assembly, That to 
secure the improvement of the Illinois and Michigan Canal Governor to ap- 
and its extension, through the valleys of the Bureau and f°oners.°'"°'''" 
—10 



82 



CANAL AND RIVER IMPROVEMENTS. 



1867 



Green river, to the Mississippi river, at or above E,ock 
Island, with a navigable feeder to Rock river, at Dixon and 
Sterling, and to secure the improvement of the navigation 
of the Illinois, Rock and other rivers, the governor is 
hereby authorized and empowered, and shall, by and with 
the consent of the senate, appoint seven discreet and skill- 
ful persons, who shall be known as the canal commissioners, 
who shall continue in office for the term of six years, with 
the exception of four of the number first appointed, two 
of whom shall serve for two years, and the other two for 
four years, and all of them until their successors are ap- 
pointed and qualified. Any vacancy, by death, resignation 
or removal from the state, may be filled by the governor 
and confirmed by the senate at its next session. 

§ 2. The canal commissioners, so appointed, are hereby 
constituted a body politic and corporate, with full power 
and authority, in their corporate name, to contract and be 
contracted with, sue and be sued, defend and be defended, 
plead and be impleaded in all matters and things relating 
to them as such commissioners ; and they shall have a com- 
mon seal, of such device as they may adopt. 

§ 3. The canal commissioners, so appointed, shall an- 
nually elect one of their number to be president thereof, 
and shall also have power to appoint a secretary, who shall 
not be a member of the board, whose duty it shall be to 
keep a record of all their proceedings. They shall hold 
quarterly meetings, and special meetings whenever any 
four of them may desire it ; and four members shall consti- 
tute a quorum to do any business. The certificate of the 
secretary, und^r seal, shall be evidence of the matters and 



Commissioners 
incorporated. 



President to 
be annually 
elected. 



To take oath 
and give bond. 



Compensation. 



things therein stated. 

§ 4. Before entering upon the duties of their office, 
each of said commissioners shall make oath or affirmation 
faithfully, honestly and truly to execute and discharge all 
the duties and obligations herein imposed upon them or 
either of them as commissioners ; and they shall severally 
give bonds, payable to the governor of the state of Illinois, 
and his successor in office, for the use of the people of the 
state, in the sum of twenty-five thousand dollars, with good 
and sufficient security, ,for the faithful discharge of the 
duties imposed upon them by this act : Provided^ that the 
governor may require additional security of the said com- 
missioners whenever he may think it necessary or advisable. 

§ 5. Each of said canal commissioners shall receive five 
dollars per day for each day actually employed in the duties 
of their office, (which amount may be changed at any ses- 
sion of the legislature,) payable quarterly ; and shall be 
subject to removal for official misfeasance or malfeasance, 
by the governor, whenever, in his opinion, charges of either 
character, shall be made and sustained. 



1867 CANAL AND RIVER IMPROVE^MENTS. 83 

S 6. No member of said canal commissioners shall be interest in con- 

y , .. .i-,i T ,1 • ^• 1. tracts prohib- 

concerDea or mterested, either directly or indirectly, in any ited. 
contract concerning such improvements, either in their 
construction or for materials, supplies or privileges growing 
out of the same in any manner; nor shall the superintend- 
ent or any of the engineers, draughtsmen, clerks, secretary 
or employees of said canal commissioners be so interested 
or concerned. 

§ T. Said canal comnaissioners are hereby authorized May change 
and empowered to make such changes in the location of the 
present canal or adopting a river improvement instead of 
the canal, between Chicago and LaSalle, as may be deemed 
expedient, and to make the necessary preliminary surveys for 
the adoption of plans, and when the general plans are 
adopted by said commissioners, to locate such locks, dams, ' 
weirs, etc., as may be specified in said general plans for the 
river improvements, and to locate the canals with the 
branches or feeders and dams, with full power to feed said 
canals with water from the Rock river. Green river, Win- 
nebago swamp, or such other sources as may be deemed 
necessary or advisable ; such surveys and estimates to be 
paid for out of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise 
appropriated. 

§ 8. The said caual commissioners shall take efficient and May appoint 
proper measures for the commencement and completion of mtendent?^^"^ 
the improvements named in this act, and shall put such 
parts of them as they may deem proper under contract, as 
herein provided, and shall have the management, care and 
superintendence thereof, and may appoint a general su- 
perintendent, and employ such and so many engineers, 
draughtsmen and other persons, as they may deem neces- 
sary to enable them to discharge their duties; and may pay 
such compensation as they shall deem reasonable to each 
person so employed : .Provided, that no contract, except 
as hereinafter provided, shall be let until the necessary 
surveys are made and the plans adopted, nor until the 
necessary funds are provided. And the work may be 
divided or let in sections, as may be decided by said canal 
commissioners. And the work on all contracts may be 
suspended, whenever the state of the finances shall require 
it ; which right to suspend shall be inserted in all contracts. 

§ 9. No contract for any work exceeding three hundred *^aTvertfsed? ^* 
dollars in cost shall be let until the same shall have been 
advertised in some daily paper published in the city of 
Chicago and in the city of Springfield, at least four weeks, 
and at least eight weeks prior to the time named for letting 
such contract ; and all bidding shall be by sealed bids; and 
those of the lowest responsible bidder shall be taken. The 
canal commissioners shall require all parties taking contracts 
to furnish satisfactory bonds for the completion of the work 



84: CANAL AND EIVEE IMPEOYEMENTS. 1867 

undertaken by them, and shall name the amount to be 
inserted in such bond at the time the contracts are awarded. 

^da»i '^"'^^'^''^^'''^ § 10. The said commissioners may commence the con- 
struction of a dam, with a lock, on the Illinois river, be- 
tween LaSalle and Peoria, and may make the necessary 
surveys therefor, the cost of which shall be paid out of any 
funds now in the treasury, or which may hereafter be paid 
into the same, not otherwise appropriated — said lock to be 
not less than three hundred and fifty feet long and seventy- 
five feet wide. 

Old bonds may § H, The Outstanding bonds of the state, which are 
now a lien upon the franchises and revenues "of the Illi- 
nois and Michigan Canal, may be refunded or replaced 
by new bonds of a similar character as to mode and place 
of payment as the old ones, by the governor: Provided^ 
that the consent of the bondholders can be had to such 
exchange or refunding; and such as consent may make the 
exchange for new bonds: Provided, that such new bonds 
shall not bear interest to exceed six per cent, per annum, 
nor be renewed for a longer period of time than twenty 
years. 

Commissioners | 12. If the owncrs or holders of such bonds shall 
^ssion of^ca'- asscut to such refunding of the canal bonds, or a majority 

"*'• of the holders thereof shall make such exchange, then it 

shall be lawful for said board to take possession of the 
Illinois and Michigan Canal, for and on behalf of the state, 
and manage the same as has been heretofore managed by 
the canal trustees, so far as the same may be practicable, 
in its enlargement into a ship or steamboat canal, and the 
changes of plans whicli may be adopted. 

cemmissioners § 13. Whenever the state shall take possession of the 
^ave u pow- jj^jj^^jg ^^^ Michigan Canal, all of the powers and duties 
of the trustees thereof, relative to canal lands and issuing 
or granting deeds therefor, shall devolve upon the canal 
commissioners hereby created, except that all moneys due 
or to be paid on any sales, contracts, certificates or other 
evidence of indebtedness, shall be paid to the state treasurer: 
and all of the duties of said trustees, relative to the man- 
agement, tolls, contracts, repairs, etc., shall devolve upon 
the said canal commissioners, and be by them discharged, 
as fully as the said trustees were authorized by any law to 
discharge the same; and they shall have Hke power and 
authority, in the management of all new improvements, or 
parts thereof, which shall be by them constructed, enlarged 
or improved. 

Commissioners; § 14. Whenever the canal commissioners, on behalf of 

*ta?etreaiury! the State, shall take possession of the Illinois and Michigan 

Canal, the revenues derived therefrom, after paying the 

repairs and necessary incidental expenses, together with the 

jinexper^ded proceeds of the sales of canal lands, shall be 



1867 CANAL AND KIVER IMPROVEMENTS. 85 

paid into the state treasury, and shall be and are hereby • 

appropriated to the construction of the works named in this 
act. 

§ 15. The board of canal commissioners shall decide all P'-'^ns, etc. 
questions as to the location and plans, generally, of such 
improvements, and, the amount to be expended on any par- 
ticular improvement in a given time. 

§ 16. Whenever it shall be necessary to take possession May coDdemn 
of or flow any land or lands or construct dams, locks or 
other improvements, the said commissioners shall proceed 
to and shall condemn the same, in accordance with the pro- 
visions of the act to condemn the right of way for pur- 
poses of internal improvements, approved June 22, 1852. 

§ IT. In case of the death of any contractor, who shall, ^tractors' '^°'^' 
at the time of his decease, be indebted to any persons for 
work done or materials furnished for any of the improve- 
ments herein mentioned, it shall be lawful for and said canal 
commissioners may pay such persons out of any money that 
may be due or owing to said deceased contractor from said 
commissioners, and shall be a good and sufficient oii'set in 
the settlement of the estate of said contractor; and in case 
any contractor shall fail or abscond, the persons so doing 
work or furnishing material shall have a valid and first 
lien upon all moneys in the hands or under the control of 
said commissioners, which may be due or owing to such 
contractor or contractors; and the commissioners shall have 
the right to pay such person or persons as in the case of 
deceased contractors: Provided, that, in either case, the 
parties claiming the benefits of this section shall in all cases 
furnish the commissioners satisfactory evidence of genuine- 
ness or hona fides of such claim. 

S ] 8. There shall be appointed by the scovernor two congress to be 

u . ,^1, "' , •,, . memonahzed. 

persons, who, together with the governor, shall constitute a 
committee to present a memorial to the congress of the 
United States, and urge the necessity of an immediate and 
liberal appropriation in aid of these improvements; such 
commission to use its best endeavors to secure an appro- 
priation of at least seven millions of dollars in aid of the 
improvements herein named; and, in furtherance of the 
objects of this section, the governor is hereby authorized to 
draw his warrant or warrants upon the treasury to an 
amount not exceeding ten thousaud dollars; and the treasu- 
rer is hereby authorized to pay the same out of any moneys 
not otherwise appropriated. 

§ 19. In case the United States shall appropriate a sum i° case of con- 

<• 1 1 w 1 • T ^ ^ i> • ^ • gressional ap- 

01 money equal to one-halt the estimated cost ol said im- propriation. 
proveraents, or either of them, then said canal commission- 
ers may proceed with the work upon said improvements, in 
such order and to such extent as in their good judgment the 



86 CANAL AND KIVER IMPROVEMENTS. 1867 

, condition of the finances and the best interests of the state 
of Illinois will warrant. 

A tax of one § 20. For the purpose of carrying on and completing 

ied. *° ^ ^^' the improvements herein mentioned, and of rai-sing the 
necessary fimds therefor, an annual tax of one mill on the 
dollar of all taxable real and personal property in the state, 
be and the same is hereby authorized to be levied, and shall 
be annually levied, until said improvements are completed. 
And the first of said improvements, to be begun and com- 
pleted, under the provisions of this act, shall be the improve- 
ment of the Illinois river, from La Salle to the mouth of 
said river: Frovided, that if the government -of the Uni- 
ted States shall appropriate towards the enlargement of the 
Illinois and Michigan Canal one-half of the estimated cost 
thereof, then said commissioners may proceed with said 
enlargement, in accordance with such appropriation ; and 
the proceeds of such tax are hereby appropriated for the 
purposes of this act, and shall not be used for any other 
purposes : Provided, that the levy of such tax shall be post- 
poned until after an appropriation, as provided in the pre- 
ceding section in aid of the construction of such improve- 
ments as are herein mentioned, is made by the United 
States : Provided, fui'ther, that such commissioners, prior 
to the making of any appropriation by the United States, 
shall have no authority to expend any money in the carry- 
ing out of any of the improvements specified in this act, 
(other than the making of the preliminary surveys mentioned 
in the seventh section, and the construction of the dam and 
lock mentioned in the tenth section of this act,) except out 
of such funds as shall remain after the cost of such dam, 
lock and survey shall have been deducted from the net 
revenues and receipts of said canal and canal lands, and 
also, except subscriptions made by towns, cities and coun- 
ties, as hereinatter provided. 

V*^''"}! d° tf § ^^* ^^^^ canal commissioners shall, from time to time, 
estimates. fumish the stato auditor with estimates of the probable 
amount of money necessary to make the payments on the 
contracts for a period not exceeding one month, and the 
auditor shall draw his warrant on the state treasurer for the 
amount named in such estimates in favor of the said com- 
missioners: Provided, that the sum so drawn shall not 
exceed the amount of the bond of the commissioner draw- 
ing the money. 

Commissioners g 22. The Said caual commissioners shall hold the 
' moneys so drawn from the state treasury and pay the same 
only upon the order of the president of the said commis- 
sioners, which order shall be accompanied with a statement 
of the work for which payment is to be made ; and the said 
canal commissioners shall make monthly returns to the state 
auditor of all money paid out by them, together with the 



1867 CANAL AND KIVER IMPKOVEMENTS. 87 

vouchers for the same, and of the unexpended moneys 
rcmainmg in their hands ; and the auditor or state treasurer 
shall, from time to time, as requested by the president of 
said commissioners, furnish him with a statement of the 
amount of moneys in the treasury which may be used in 
the construction ol said improvements. 

§ 23. The towns, cities and counties along the line of connties may 
the said improvements or contiguous thereto, or either stock in canai. 
of them, may, whenever any improvements contiguous 
thereto are commenced, and they are hereby authorized 
and empowered, by the board of supervisors in counties 
adopting the township organization, and by the county 
court in other counties, to subscribe or contribute sums 
of money in aid of the construction of such improvements, 
which subscription shall be a lien upon the revenues of the 
improvement upon which such money is expended, after 
the payment of the debts contracted in the construction 
thereof: Provided^ that if a subscription is made in any 
county it shall be submitted to the people of such county 
for ratification, at the next regular election, and be by 
them ratified by a majority of .persons voting for or 
against such subscription ; and in case any town, city or 
county shall subscribe any amount in aid of the con- 
struction of such improvements as authorized by the 
twenty-third section of this act, such town, city or county is 
hereby authorized to issue bonds for the amount of such 
subscription, such bonds to bear interest at a rate not exceed- 
ing ten per cent., and to be of such amounts, and payable, 
both principal and interest, at such times and places as the 
corporate authority of such town, city or county shall direct. 

§ 24. Whenever any county, city or town shall, by its subscriptions 
vote or by its officers, make any subscription or donation in tiwns— how to 
aid of any of the proposed improvements, the money so ^^ expended, 
raised or granted shall not be used upon any other improve- 
ment than the one in which they are immediately inter- 
ested, or which they may designate. 

§ 25. All subscriptions, donations or other moneys con- '^bouds'to b°e^ex- 
tributed or subscribed, under section 23 of this act, and the p^^"^®'^""^**^® 
proceeds of all bonds issued and sold in aid of such improve 
ments, shall, in like manner, be paid into the treasury, and 
shall be and are hereby appropriated for the construction of 
the improvements herein named, subject to payment, upon 
contracts for works in aid of which such money was raised. 

§ 26. The board of public works of the city of Chicago ^^Zis^ ^^^^^ 
shall annually report to the board of canal commissioners so, to report. 
hereby created all the facts concerning canal improvements 
under their charge ; and the board of said commissioners 
herein and hereby created, shall submit a full written or 
i printed report to the governor of the state of Illinois, at 
: least one month before each regular session of the general 



88 CRIMINAL OODE. 1867 

assembly ; which report shall be by him submitted to the 
general assembly. 

Misdemeanor. § 27. Any persoH Or persons who shall wantonly or 
maliciously interfere with any of the persons employed in 
the construction of the works herein provided lor shall be 
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and, upon conviction 
thereof before any justice of [the] peace or other officer, 
shall be fined not less than five dollars, nor more than five 
hundred dollars, to be collected as fines in other cases. 

Felony. § 28. Any person or persons who shall break down, 

destroy, attempt to destroy, cut through any embankment, 
or maliciously injure any of the works constructed, in the 
process of construction, or under the charge or" control of 
said commissioners, shall be guilty of a felony, and, upon 
conviction thereof, shall be confined in the state peniten- 
tiary for a period not less than one nor more than ten 
years. 

^lotTo^be sold § '^^- Whenever any water power shall be created in 

but leased. ' the constructiou of any of the improvements constructed, 
owned or controlled by the state, such water power, with 
those now owned or controlled by the state or canal trus- 
tees, shall not be sold, but shall be leased at a rate of six 
per centum per annum, on a valuation, to be appraised by 
the commissioners ; and such appraisement shall be re- 
newed every ten years, when such per centage shall be 
paid on such new valuation : Provided, that no lease 
shall be for a longer term than one hundred years, and 
that all such leases shall reserve the right to shut off or 
divert the water for repairs, enlargement or improvement 
of the works upon which such water power is dependent 
for its supply. 

§ 30. This act shall be in force from and after its pas- 
sage. 

Appkoved February 28, 1867. 




CRIMINAL CODE 



In force Feb. 27, AN ACT to define and punish the crime commonly called the "confidence 
1867. game." 

Section 1. Be it enacted ly the Peojple of the State of 

Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That every 

Punishment in persou who shall obtaiu, or attempt to obtain from any 

the peniten- -t^ , ' ^ . ■, •' 

tiary. Other pcrson or persons any money or property, by means 

or by the use of any false or bogus checks, or by any other 



1867 CRIMINAL CODi). §9 

means, instrument or device, commonly called the " confi- 
dence game," shall be liable to indictment, and, on con- 
viction, shall be punished by imprisonment in the state 
penitentiary for any term not less than one year nor more 
than ten years. 

§ 2. In every indictment under this act it shall be ^j^'g^^°*" '"'*'°*" 
deemed and held a suflScient description of the offense to 
charge that the accused did, on, etc, unlawfully and felo- 
niously obtain or attempt to obtain (as the case may be) 
from A. B., (here insert the name or names of the person or 
persons defrauded or attempted to be defrauded) his, her or 
their money (or property, in case it be not money) his, her 
or their property, by means and by use of the confidence 
game. 

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

Approved February 27, 1867. 



Alf ACT to amend the criminal codei of this state in relation to the offense In force Feb.28, 

of abortion. ^^^•■ 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ If any per- Miscarriage. 
son shall, by means of any instrument or instruments, or 
any other means whatever, cause any pregnant woman to 
miscarry, or shall attempt to procure or produce such mis- 
carriage, the person so offending shall be deemed guilty of 
a high misdemeanor, and, upon conviction thereof, shall be 
confined in the penitentiary for a period not less than two 
nor more than ten years. 

§ 2. If any person shall, in the attempt to produce the mis- 
carriage of a pregnant woman, thereby cause and produce 
the death of such woman, the person so offending shall be 
deemed guilty of murder, and shall be punished as the law 
requires for such offense. 

§ 3. The provisions of this act shall not apply to any 
person who procures or attempts to produce the miscar- 
riage of any pregnant woman for hona fide medical or sur- 
gical purposes. 

§ 4. This act shall be in force from and after its pas- 
sage. 

Approved February 28, 1867. 



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90 



CRIMINAL CODE. 



1867 



In force March 
5, 186T. 



h 



AN ACT in relation,' fiQ.tlie crime of Larceny. 



Section 1. £e it enacted hy the Peojple of the State of 

Value of prop- IlUnois, represented in the General Assemby, That in all 

^^ ^ ' cases of conviction for larceny in any of the courts of this 

state, no person shall be punished by confinement in the 

/ A^.^f^ penitentiary, unless the property stolen shall be found by 

y Jj^ "" ^^^ j^^^ '^^ ^^ ^*' ^^^ value of twenty -five dollars; but 

1 in all cases where the value of the property 'stolen shall be 

found by the jury to be less than twenty-five dollars, the 

person convicted shall be punished by confinement in the 

county jail for any term not exceeding one year, and by a 

fine not exceeding one hundred dollars. 

§ 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage, and shall apply to all cases then pending. 
Approved March 5, 1867. 



In force March 
5, 1867. 



Jury to fix pun- 
ishment. 



AN ACT in relation to Capital Punishment. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That in all 
cases of felonies, which, by existing laws are punishable 
with death, it shall be competent for the jury empanneled, 
to return with their verdict of guilty, and as part of the 
same, either that the prisoner shall suffer death by hanging, 
as now provided by law, or that he be imprisoned in the 
penitentiary for the term of his natural life, or for a term 
of not less than fourteen years, as they may decide ; and 
no person shall be sentenced to death by any court, unless 
the jury shall have so found in their verdict upon trial. 

§ 2. This act shall be a public act, and take effect from 



and after its passage ; and all acts and parts 
fiicting with the provisions of this act are 
pealed. 

Approved March 5, 1867. 



of acts con- 
hereby 



re- 



in force March AN ACT to authorize the coroner of Cook county to appoint deputies. 
7, 1867. 

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

Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That it shall 

^deputiS°may ^c the duty of the coroner of Cook county, and every coro- 

be appointed, ner hereafter elected in said county, to appoint one or more 

deputies, who, as such deputies, are authorized to do, in the 



1867 DRAINAGE. 91 

name of such coroner, all acts authorized by law to be done 

by such coroner. The appointment of deputies shall be 

made by the coroner in writing, and filed in the office of 

the clerk of Cook county ; and each deputy, so appointed, 

shall execute a bond to the coroner, with sureties, to be Deputies to 

approved by the coroner, in the penal sum required in the ^'^^ 

coroner's bond. The condition of the bond of the deputy 

coroner shall be for the faithful performance of his duties. 

Every bond, so executed, shall be good and available in 

law to enable the coroner to recover any damage that he 

may be compelled to pay by reason of any breach of the 

condition of such deputy's bond, together with the costs 

and expenses incurred in defending any suit for the de 

linquencies of such deputies and the judgment on any 

suit against the coroner for the illegal acts of a deputy, as 

such, shall be conclusive of the damage sustained in such 

case in a suit by the coroner against such deputy for a 

breach of the condition of said deputy's bond : Provided^ 

such coroner shall give to such deputy notice to defend such 

suit instituted to recover damages for his illegal acts as such 

deputy. 

§ 2. This act shall be deemed a public act, and take 
eflFect from and after its passage. 

Approved March 7, 1867. 



DRAINAGE. 



AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act to facilitate the drainage of wet in force Feb'y 

lands." 19, 1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the board 
of drainage commissioners authorized by an act, entitled ^orsex^officio, 
"An act to facilitate the drainage of wet lands," approv- 
ed February 16, 1865, shall, in addition to the power therein 
granted, have the same power and may take the same 
proceedings in their several counties as are authorized by 
an act appointing the drainage commissioners, approved 
February 15, 1855. In counties not adopting the township 
organization, the supervisors of roads shall be, ex-officio, 
drainage commissioners in their respective road districts; 
and this act and the powers herein granted shall apply to 
them. 

§ 2. In case any ditch or other work, authorized by 
the acts herein referred to, shall be required to run into, or 



92 DRAINAGE. 1867 

^orau'the"^^" through (or the assessment therefor may extend into) more 

towns. than one town, the commissioners of all the towns aifected 

shall, for the purpose required in regard thereto, constitute 

the board of drainage commissioners, and the proceedings 

shall be in their joint names. 

Cook county. § 3. This act shall not conflict with any act in regard 

to drainage in the county of Cook ; but the commissioners 

herein referred to may proceed to act in all cases when the 

commissioners under such existing laws fail or refuse to act. 

§ 4. This act shall be deemed a public act, and be in 

force from and after its passage. 

Approved February 19, 1867. • " 



In force Feb. 25, AN ACT to amend the drainacre law. 

1867, ^ 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
to^nshlp^or-^"^ llUnois, represented in the General Assembly^ That so much 
ganization. ^f ^^ ^.ct entitled "An act to amend an act establishing com- 
missioners to facilitate the drainage of wet lands," approved 
February 16, 1865, be so amended that in all the counties 
of this state, adopting township organization, the commis- 
sioners of highways shall be and are hereby constituted, ex- 
officio, a board of drainage commissioners in their respective 
towns. 
^IthoS con-°^ § ^- Hereafter, when any person owning wet or over- 
sent of owners flowed lands in any county under township organization, in 
this state, desiring to drain the same, shall find it necessary 
to run across neighboring lands, whose owner or owners 
will not give consent for the drain to pass through his or 
their lands, then in that case the person or persons desiring 
the right of way for the drain shall make application to the 
said drainage commissioners, in writing, stating through 
whose premises, if known, it is necessary to pass, in order 
to efiect a proper outlet for the proposed drain ; and he 
shall also furnish to each of the owner, or owners, or their 
agent or agents, if known, through whose land it is proposed 
to pass, ten days' notice, in writing, that he intends to make 
application to the said commissioners to lay out a drain 
through his or their lands ; and in case the owner or own- 
ers, through whose land it is proposed to pass, shall be a 
non-resident of the county or unknown to the appljc^nt^ 
then a written notice shall be posted ten days in three pub- 
lic places nearest the land through which it is to pass. 
^iSng^.^^*"* § 3. The commissioners shall agree upon a time, not 
exceeding thirty days from the receipt of the application 
of the person or persons desiring the drain, when and 



1867 DRAINAGE. 93 

where they will meet to determine upon such application ; 
and if anything shall prevent the meeting of the commis- 
sioners upon the day specified, then they shall, as soon there- 
after as possible, appoint another day for meeting ; and they 
themselves shall give notice of such meeting to the parties 
concerned, or their agent or agents. But if any one or 
more of the commissioners shall appear on the first men- 
tioned day, the'one, or more, so appearing, may proceed to 
elect one or more competent person or persons to make up 
the number who shall constitute the board, and may pro- 
ceed to determine the application to lay out a drain shall in 
all cases be made to the commissioners residing in the town 
in which said drain is to commence. 

§ 4. Upon meeting the commissioners shall proceed im- Direction and 
partially to determine whether, in order efiectually to drain drlfn!*^ *^ 
the land of the party or parties making the application, it is 
necessary to pass through the land proposed ; and if they 
shall find it necessary so to do, they shall then determine, 
also, the direction which the drain shall be run, and also the 
breadth of the same, granting always that the depth shall 
be such as to produce a current. 

§ 5. The commissioners shall, also, determine whether owner of land 
the proposed drain will be of any practical benefit to the *° ™^^^ '^^^^^ 
land through which it is to pass, and if so, what proportion 
of the drain the said land owner or owners shall make or 
cause to be made. If the commissioners shall be of opinion 
that the drain proposed will be of sufficient benefit to the 
land through which it is desired to pass, then they shall 
decide that the person or persons owning the same shall 
make or cause to be made the entire drain running across 
his or their lands, giving a reasonable time for completing 
the same, not exceeding six months, nor less than thirty 
days. But if they shall be of opinion that the drain pro- 
posed will not be of sufficient benefit to the parties owning 
the land to compensate him or them for constructing the 
entire drain, then they shall decide what portion of the same 
he or they shall make or cause to be made, giving a reason- 
able time for completing the same ; and the party or parties 
desiring the drain shall be at liberty to complete the 
remainder according to the specifications of the commis- 
sioners, at his or their own expense. 

§ 6. But if the person or persons through whose land Applicant may 
the drain is ordered to pass shall neglect or refuse to make, d?afn.^°** 
or cause the same to be made, within the time and accord- 
ing to the specifications of the commissioners, then the per- 
son or persons first making the application for the drain shall 
be at liberty to enter upon the premises of the person or per- 
sons so neglecting or refusing and make or cause to be made 
the drain, following the specifications of the said commis- 
sioners ; and he or they may recover the necessary expense 



94 DRAINAGE. 1867 

of said work from the person or persons so neglecting or 
refusing, in an action of debt in any court having compe- 
tent jurisdiction in the county in which such labor was done 
or performed. 

^dlmfSll^y^'^ § ^- ^^ *^® commissioners shall be of the opinion that 
the drain, if made, will be of damage to the land through 
which it is proposed to pass, then they shall assess the 
amount of the damage to be paid by the person or persons 
desiring the drain, after payment of which, the party or 
parties so desiring the drain shall be allowed to construct 
the same at his or their own expense. But in no case shall 
the commissioners order a drain to be made where-the water 
can not be conducted into a lake, or pond, or river, or other 
outlets or channels. 

To indorse and 8 8. The Commissioners, after havins; decided either in 

file application <■<? . , ', .• r-i-in 

lavor ot or agamst the apphcation lor a dram, shall note 
their decision on the back of the application and file the 
same in the ofiice of the town clerk ; and the clerk shall 
enter upon his book the dat6 of said filing. 

^oThfghSayl" § ^- The pay of the drainage commissioners shall be 
the same as is now allowed by law for their services as com- 
missioners of highways, and shall be paid by the person or 
persons benefited by the drain, and be determined by the 
commissioners. 

May appeal. | 10. Either party feeling aggrieved by the decision of 

the commissioners, either in location or failing to locate the 
drain, may, at any time within fifteen days from the filing 
of such decision, appeal from the same by giving ten days' 
notice, in writing, to the opposite party or parties. Said 
appeal shall be taken before the supervisor, one justice of 
the peace, and the town clerk ; all of the town in which the 
drain is to originate: Provided^ that in case either of these 
persons shall be interested personally in the land or lands 
through which it is proposed to pass, or shall fail to attend 
on the day set to meet, then the one or two shall select some 
other disinterested person or persons to act with them. 

^Issi^ners""" §11- The supcrvisor, justice of the peace and town 
clerk (in case nonis are interested as aforesaid, and if inter- 
ested, then those selected,) shall within the fifteen days, fix 
upon a day when they will review the action of the said 
drainage commissioners, and hear the reasons for and 
against the laying of the drain. They shall then, after so 
hearing, determine whether the action of the commission- 
ers was, in their judgment, proper ; and if the}' reverse 
the decision of the commissioners, in whole or in part, they 
shall state the same, in writing, specifying what changes 
they have made, whether they have relocated the drain or 
reapportioned the labor, or reassessed the damage, if any 
there be ; which statement shall be filed with the town 



1867 DKAINAGE. &5 

clerk, for inspection, and record the same ; and their deci- 
sion shall be final in all cases pertaining to the subject. 

§ 12. In all cases of appeal, the persons hearing and Fee allowed. 
deciding the same shall be entitled to two dollars per day 
for the time necessarily employed in the case ; and if the 
action of the drainage commissioners is sustained, then the 
cost shall be paid by the party taking the appeal ; but if 
said decision shall be reversed, in whole or in part, then 
the pay of said officers shall be paid in the same manner as 
specified in section nine of this act. 

§ 13. In all cases where the commissioners shall have Non-residents 

ordered a drain through the lands of a non-resident owner 

i or owners, and such owner or owners will not make nor pay 

i for making such drain, as ordered, then it shall be the duty 

' of the commissioners to assess the necessary cost of con- 

: structing the drain against the land, and return the same 

to the county clerk, in such county, who shall enter the 

amount with other taxes against the said lands ; and when 

the same shall have been collected, as other taxes are col- 

. lected, he shall pay the amount to the person or persons 

I making or causing the Srain to have been made. 

§ li. This act shall not be construed to conflict with cook county, 
existing laws for drainage in the county of Cook, but in 
'■ all other counties having township organization it shall 
alike be effective. 

§ 15. This act shall be deemed a public act, and be iu 
force from and after its passage. 
Approved February 25, 1867. 



AN ApT to amend an act entitled "An act to facilitate the drainage of wet in force Peb. 

lands." 25, 1867. 



Amendmentz. 



Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That section 
fifteen of an act to facilitate the drainage of wet lands, ap- 
proved February 16, 1865, be and the same is hereby 
amended by striking from said section the following words, 
to-wit : "This act shall not apply to the counties of McHenry counties not in- 
land Kane, and." eluded. 

§ 2. This act shall be deemed a public act and be in 
Iforce from and after its passage. 

Approved February 25, 1867. 



96 DEEDS OF TRUST — DISTRICT ROAD TAX. 1867 



DEEDS OF TRUST. 



In force Feb, AN ACT for the releasing of trust deeds in the nature of mortgages. 
25, 186T. 

Section 1. Be it enacted iy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That trust 
Executors and decds, in the nature of mortgages, for the security of money 
adminifitratora jjjg^y \^q released and discharged by the executor or admin- 
istrator of a deceased trustee. . . 

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

Approved February 25, 1867. 



DISTRICT ROAD TAX. 



In force Feb. -^^ ACT in relation to district road tax. 

2T, 1867. 

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

Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly, That in all 

Districts desig- countics acting under township organization the county 

book^. ^^ *^^ clerk, in extending district road tax upon the tax books, 

shall designate to what district said tax belongs. 
Collectors to § 2. It shall bc the duty of county and township collect- 
ed Vii^e'r^^'to o^'S to make out an abstract of the amount of district road 
commissioners. ^.^^ ^^^ ^^ ^^^^^ district of the respcctive townships, and 
deliver the same to the treasurer of the commissioners of 
highways. 
Pay over road g 3_ The commissioncrs of highways shall pay over the 
district road tax, according to the abstracts as furnished 
above, to the various overseers of roads in their respective 
towns, to be applied on the roads of said district. 

This act shall be deemed a public act and take effect and 
be in force from and after its passage. 
Approved February 27, 1867. 



1867 DCMESTIC ANIMALS. 97 



DOMESTIC ANIMALS. 



A~N ACT to prevent sheep and swine from running at lars-e in Lake county. In force March 

1,1867. 

Sectiok 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinow, represented in the General AssemUy^ That from Pcnaity-iiow 
and after the first day of March next, it shall not be lawful '° ''' ""'p''^'^' 
for any person or persons, possessor or possessors, of any 
sheep and swine, to allow them to run at large within the 
county of Lake ; and if any person or persons residing 
within said county, being the owner or owners, possessor or 
possessors of any sheep, hog or hogs, shoat or shoats, pig 
or pigs, shall permit them to run at large within said 
county, such person or persons shall forfeit and pay the sum 
of five dollars per head to the justice before whom complaint 
is made and suit instituted, to be collected as in action for 
debt, before any justice of the peace of said county, together 
with costs of suit; and in every such action the complain- 
ant shall be plaintiff, and shall, if he gain the suit, be enti- 
tled to receive two-iifths of the penalty assessed, with his 
costs in said suit taxed, while the other three-fifths of said 
penalty shall be paid by the justice to the treasurer of the 
Lake County Soldiers' Monument Association, to go into 
the fund of said association, as long as that association shall 
exist ; and when the object of that association shall have 
been accomplished, or it shall cease to exist, said three- 
fifths penalty shall be paid by said justice into the common 
school fund of the county of Lake. 

§ 2. In case the complainant does not recover in the costs. 
action, he shall have judgment assessed against him for 
costs of suit. 

§ 3. This act shall be a public act, and shall be in force ist March, isgt. 
from and after the first (1st) day of March, 1867, and all 
laws in conflict with this act are hereby repealed. 

Approved February 28, 1867. 



AN ACT to prevent domestic animals from running at large in the counties 
of Monroe, St. Clair, and other counties. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That from and Animau taken 
after the first day of March, a. d. 1868, and for all time "^" 
thereafter, it shall not be lawful for the owners of any 
domestic animals of the species of horse, cattle, mule, ass, 

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1 

98 DOMESTIC ANIMALS. 1867 

sheep, hog and goat, to suffer the same to run at large in 
the county of Monroe ; and all such animals which may he 
iburid running at large in said county after said first day of 
March, a. d. 1868, may be taken up by any householder of 
said county, who shall keep them safely in his stable, lot, 
or inclosure, and shall provide them with a sufficiency of 
suitable food and water, until taken away from him or her, 
according to the provisions of this act. 
Notice. § 2. It shall be the duty of the taker 'up of any such 

animal, within two days after taking up the same, to notify 
the owner thereof, or the person from whose possession or j 
custody it has escaped, if resident of said county and known I 
to the taker up, either verbally or by written notice left at 
the usual place of abode of such owner or person who had | 
such animal in custody, or if not known to the taker up, or 
if non-resident of the county, the nearest justice of the 
peace in the county, of the species and number of the ani- 
mals taken u]j, together with a description of the same; 
and the said justice of the peace shall forthwith prepare 
three notices, describing said animals, and the time and 
place when and where taken up, and shall cause the same 
to be posted up in three of the most public places in the 
precinct. 
Application. § 3. On the application of the owucr of such animal or 

the person entitled to tha possession or custody of the same, 
within ten days after being notified, as aforesaid, the same 
shall be delivered up to him, upon paying for the same, as 
follows : For taking up any horse, mule, ass or head of 
cattle, fifty cents, and for feeding the same, the value of 
one-half bushel of corn per day ; for taking up any liog, 
siieep or goat, twenty-five cents per head, and for feeding 
the same, the value of one-fourth bushel of corn per day; i 
to the justice of the peace, for preparing and posting up 
three written notices, fifty cents, the payment of which said 
several sums of money, and the receipt thereof by the taker 
up shall not be a bar or waiver of any action for damages 
done by the animals taken up, but shall only entitle the 
owner of such animal, or the person entitled to the posses- 
sion or custody thereof, to repossess the same. 
E,.,tray. § i- It" the owucr of any such animal taken up, or the 

person entitled to the possession thereof, shall not appear 
within ten days, as aforesaid, prove property, pay charges, 
and take the animal away, then such animal shall be con- 
sidered an estray lawfully taken up under the laws of this 
state, known as the " estray laws," (chapter thirty-nine of 
revised statutes, and the laws amendatory thereto,) and 
shall be dealt with accordingly ; and the proceedings re- 
quired by said laws, and the notices required by them shall 
be had and given according to such laws ; and the taker up 
shall acquire and be entitled to all the rights and privileges 
and be subject to all the penalties provided by said law. 



1867 DOMESTIC ANIMALS. &9 

§ 5. If the owner shall appear, claim and take away his chmges. 
animal, after the expiration of ten days, as aforesaid, he 
shall pay to the taker up, in addition to the cliarges estab- 
lished by this act, all the costs and charges incurred under 
and established by said estray laws. 

§ 6. If the taker up of an> animal, under the provisions Damages. 
of this act, shall fail to comply with any of the duties en- 
joined on him, he shall forfeit all claim to compensation for 
taking up and feeding the same, and shall be liable to the 
owner for all damages by him sustained on account of said 
failure or negligence. 

§ 7. In all controversies arising under this act, justices jury. ■ 
of the peace shall have jurisdiction in all cases in which 
the amount in controversy does not exceed one hundred 
dollars; and either party shall be entitled to a trial by jury. 

§ 8. This act not to be in force till the same shall have Majority. 
been ratified by a majority of the legal voters of said county: 
Provided^ that this law shall, from and after the said first 
day of March, 1868, be in full force and effect in any of 
the election precincts of said county where a majority of 
the legal votes shall be given for "keeping up stock." 

§ 9. The clerk of the county court of said county shall County dark. 
give notice of the submission of this act to tlie voters of 
said county with his usual election notice, and provide in 
his blank poll book for a vote to be given for and against 
this act at the next regular November election, which shall . 
be given in the following form, to- wit: "For keepina: up 
stock," "Against keeping up stock;" and if a majority of 
all the votes cast in said county, at said election, are for 
" keeping up stock," then this act shall be and continue in 
fall force. 

§ 10. In case a majority of the votes cast are "against When act takes 
keeping up stock," the county court of said county shall 
have power, at any regular term thereafter, to submit the 
tsame question to the voters of said county at any subse- 
Iquent regular November election, in manner aforesaid ; and, 
lif a majority vote for the same, then this act shall take 
leflect and-be in force from and after the first day of March 
following said election in the whole county, and in any 
iprecinct in the county where, at any submission of the 
Iquestion.a majority of the votes cast shall be "For keeping 
jup stock." 

i § 11. The provisions of this act shall apply to the coun- counties, 
ifeies of St. Clair, Whiteside, Bureau, Ogle, Will, " Lee, 
Madison, Bond, Champaign, Hock Island, Livingston, De 
Kalb, LaSalle, Henry, Putnam, Peoria, Macon, Woodford, 
Lake, DuPage, Kane, McIIenry, Marshall, Kendall, Grun- 
dy, Stark, Monroe, and no others. 
I Appeoved March 7, 1867. 



]()Q DISTRIBUTION OF LAWS, ETC. 



1867 



DISTRIBUTION OF LAWS, ETC. 



In force March AN ACT to facilitate the distribution of the laws, journals and reports of 
1, 1867. this state. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People , of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assemhhj, That, here- 
secretary of after, tlic Secretary of state shall distribute, as fast as they 
'*bute° ^^^ shall be completed, all the laws and journals. ot each ses- 
"' '' ^' sion of the general assembly, in the following manner : To 

each county, its proportion, according to population, taking 
the last census returns, reserving from the total number 
published one thousand copies of each volume of the public 
laws and journals and live hundred copies of the private 
acts. Five hundred of each fur the use of future assem- 
blies of this state, and the rest for distribution to the 
library of cosgress, and to the several states of the union, 
and to the various colleges and other educational and his- 
torical and literary institutions in this state ; four copies of 
each to the library of congress; two copies of each to each 
state in the union, and one copy of each to each educational, 
each historical, and each literary institution in this state. 
He shall, also, reserve live hundred copies of each gover- 
nor's message, and each report of each state officer, and 
each state institution, and shall distribute them to the libra- ^ 
ries, states and institutions, above described: Provided, < 
that he shall not be compelled to transmit any book to any • 
college or institution, not known to him, until he shall have ■ 
received evidence of its hona fide existence. And the sec- 
retary of state shall, also, transmit, by mail or otherwise, to 
the clerk of each division of the supreme court ot this 
state, three copies of each volume of the public laws, to be 
k^pt for the use of such division of said court by the said ; 
clerk, who shall be entitled to receive the amount paid by: 
him for the transmission. And the reports and. digests ot| 
the decisions of the supreme court of this state shall be ' 
transmitted in like manner, and the charges therefor bei 
collected and paid in the same way. 
When distrib- § 2. The distribution of the laws and journals shall be 
uted. made at the earliest moment practicable after their comple-^ 

tion ; and the reports and messages then ready shall be 
distributed with them ; and they shall all be transmitted: 
by the most ready, convenient and quick conveyance whipli| 
may offer itself; and the secretary of state shall superin-. 
tend the same, and take a receipt for each package so, 
transmitted. .J 

§ 3. It shall be the duty of each county clerk toreceivei 
and receipt for any package of books transmitted in com-' 



County clerk. 



1867 EIGHT HOURS A LEGAL day's WORK. 101 

pliance with this act, and \\2 shall immediately _ pay the 
charges for the transmission, at the cost of the county, by 
drawing a warrant lor the same upon the county treasurer, , 
who shall inimediately pay tlie said w^arrant, out of any 
moneys in the treasury. 

§ -i. The county clerk of each county, immediately 
after the receipt of any package of books, transmitted as 
directed in this act, shall distribute the same, as follows : 
One copy of each to each member of the senate and house 
of representatives of this state, resident in his county ; one 
copy of the public laws to each the judge of circuit court 
and the prosecuting attorney, resident in his county, one 
copy to each the county court and circuit clerk and each 
justice of the peace, in his county, to be by all them care- 
fully preserved and delivered to their successors in office; 
and the remaining copies of the laws shall be kept by the 
county clerk, securely and carefully, in his office, to supply 
future needs of the circuit and county courts in his county; 
and the reports, journals and messages remaining he shall 
distribute, at his discretion, to such persons as may desire 
to inform themselves of their contents. 

§ 5. All laws and parts of laws in conilict with this conflicting law? 
act are hereby repealed, and this act shall be and remain ^^p®'''^ • 
in force from and after the first day of March, 1867. 

Approved March 7, 1867. 



EIGHT HOURS A LEGAL DAY'S WORK. 



AN ACT makins eitrht hours a legal day's work. In force Blarch 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That on and Eight hours. 
after the first day of May, a. d. 1867, eight hours of labor, 
between the rising and the setting of the sun, in all mechan- 
ical trades, arts and employments, and other cases of labor 
and service by the day, except in farm employments, shall 
jConstitute and be a legal day's work, where there is no 
ispecial contract or agreement to the contrary. 

i § 2. This act shall not apply to or in any way affect over time, 
labor or service by the year, month or week ; nor shall any 
iperson be prevented by anything herein contained from 
j working as many hours over time or extra hours as he or 
Ishe may agree, and shall not, in any sense, be held to apply 
I to farm labor. 



102 



ELECTIONS. 



1S67 



Acts repealed. § 3, All acts oi' parts of acts inconsistent with the pro- 
visions of this act are hereby repealed. This act shall be 
deemed a public act, and be in force from and lifter its 
passage. 

Approved March 5, 1867. 



ELECTIONS. 



In force Feb.2S, AN ACT to change the tuiio of eloetlrif^ certain officers in a county therein 
1S67. iiaiTicd. 



Section 1. Be it eimcied by the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assernhly, That the 
board ot supervisors in Wayne county shall consist of live 
persons, to be elected in the following manner, tu-wit: 
The townships ot Four Mile, Hickory Hill and Arrington 
shall constitute the tirst electoral district of said county, 
and shall be entitled to one member of raid board ; the 
townships of Big Mound, Laniard, Jasper and Barnhill 
shall constitute tlie second electoral district in said county, 
and be entitled to two members of said court; the town- 
ships of Leech, Massillon, Mt. Erie and Elm River shall 
Third district, coustituto the third electoral district in said county, and be 
entitled to one member of said board ; the remainder of 
said Wayne county shall constitute the fourth electoral 
district, and shall be entitled to one member of said board. 

§ 2. There shall be ele(;ted on the first Tuesday in 
April, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven, and 
every four years thereattei-, in each of said electoral dis- 
tricts, one member of the board of supervisors of said 
Wayne county, who shall each hold their office for the t( i-m of 
Term of ofiice. four ycais, Or uutil their successors are elected and qualified, 
except in the second district of said county, which shall 
elect two members of said board, as provided in section 
one of this act, who shall hold their office for the said term 
of four years, and until their successors are elected and 
qualified. 

§ 3. Said board, so composed, shall, at their first meet- 
ing, organize by electing one of their number chairman, 
for the term of four years, who shall be allowed to vote 
upon all questions as other members of said board. And 
said board, when so organized, shall do and perform all 
duties enjoined upon the board of supervisors acting under 
the general township organization laws of this state, and 



Supervisors 
elected.' 



First district. 



Second district. 



Fourth district. 



Time of elec- 
tion. 



Cliairman. 

Term. 
Duties. 



1867 ELECTIONS. 103 

shall have all the powers and privileges of boards of super- 
visors acting under such general towiiBhip oi-ganizatiun 
laws ; and any three of said board shall constitute a quorum Quorum. 
for the transaction of any business. 

§ 4. The members of said board shall each receive such compensation. 
compensation per diem as they may lix, not tv; exceed four 
dollars per day, for each day in which said member shall 
be engaged in attending said court. 

§ 5. Said board of supervisors shall hold at least two Meetings, 
meetings in each year, commencing on the first Mondays in 
June and December, and may hold such special meetings as 
they may deem necessary for the transaction of business. 
Any special meeting of the said board ma} be called by any ^Pf^f^^ '""^*" 
two members of said board, by de})Ositing wnth the county 
clerk of said county a written notice, addressed to the other Notice. 
members of said board, of the time of holding such special 
meeting ; which notice shall be deposited with the county 
clerk at least live days before the time of holding such 
special meeting. It shall be the duty of the county clerk, ^"j" e'nJtiee^ ^'^ 
when such notice of special meeting of such boai-d shall 
have been tiled with him, to give immediate notice of such 
special meeting, and of the time of holding the same, which 
notice may be served upon such members of said board, to 
whom it is addressed, by the sherifi' of said county, by copy 
or by reading the same to them. 

§ 6. In case of any vacancy occurring in said board, by Vacancies. 
death, resignation or otherwise, it shall be the duty of the 
county clerk of said county to immediately advertise a new 
election to till such vacancy, by causing to be posted up in 
each township in such electoral district where such vacancy 
shall occur, at least three written or printed notices, of the 
time and purpose of such special election, at least ten days 
betore the day of such election. And all elections held 
under the provisions of this act, for members of said board, 
whether for the fall term or to till a vacancy, shall be con- 
ducted as other elections provided by law, and returns 
made by the proper judges and clerks thereof, in the usual 
manner, to the clerk of the county court of said county, 
and, shall be canvassed as other county elections. 

§ 7. All duties not herein provided for to be done and Duties, 
performed, by virtue of the township organization laws of 
this state, by the supervisors of towns in the different towns, 
shall be done and performed in said county by a justice of 
the peace in such town, who shall be selected by the town 
clerk, town assessor and town collector, for that purpose, 
each year, as soon as practicable after the election of town 
otHcers in such town ; and said town clerk, assessor and 
collector shall have power to till the vacancy occasioned by 
death, resignation or refusal to serve of said justice of the 
peace. Such justice of the peace, so appointed, shall hold 



104: ELECTION DISTRICTS. 1867 

such appointment for the term of one year, and until his 
successor shall be appointed ; and his appointment shall be 
entered of record by the township clerk ; and he shall receive 
the same compensation provided by law for th6 super- 
visor for like services. But nothing in this act shall be 
construed to change or in any manner aifect the places or 
manner of voting, as now established by law, in the differ- 
ent precincts in said county. 

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

Approved, February 28, 1867. 



ELECTION DISTRICTS. 



In force April 28 AN ACT to provide for the division of towns or election districts, in coun- 
1867. ii^g adopting townsliip organization, into two or more election districts. 

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

Illinois ^Tej[)rese7itedin the General Assembly^ That the board 

May divide into of supcrvisors, in couutics adoptino; tow^nship organization, 

districts. <- 4.1 • 1 i . ^ ^ ^ t\ ' \' ,.• 

at their regular annual session, may, at their discretion, 
when the interest and convenience of the people require it, 
divide any township or election district into two or more 
election districts or places of holding electiors, defining the 
same by numbers and by definite and distinct boundaries, 
and determine the places at which the election shall be held 
in such district. 
Judges. g 2. The board of supervisors shall provide for or select 

the jadges of election for the first election to be held after 
any such division shall have been made ; and at the next 
ensuing town meeting, held in any town after such division, 
and at every subsequent annual town meeting, the electors 
of sach town shall be entitled to vote, by "ballot, on the 
same ticket with the other town officers, for two electors, 
residing in each election district into which said town shall 
be divided, to be judges of election for such district; and 
the two persons in each district receiving the greatest num- 
ber of votes shall be two of the judges of election for such 
district, at all elections to be held therein the ensuing year. 
The presiding officers of such town meeting shall, immedi- 
ately after the votes of such town meeting shall be can- 
vassed, appoint, by writing, subscribed by a majority of 
such presiding officers, another judge of elections for each 
election district in said town, to be associated with said two 



1867 EQUALIZATION — BOAED OF. 105 

judges so elected, and who shall thereupon be one of the 
judges of election of such district. Such judge shall be 
"selected from the two persons in such election district who 
shall have the highest number of votes next to the judges 
so elected ; and no ballot for judges shall be counted upon 
which more than two electors for judges for each election 
district shall be contained. 

§ 3. The judges 'of election, selected by the board of 
supervisors, shall constitute the Urst board of registry for 
the registration of voters for the election first to be held 
after the division made under this act; but the judges of 
elections elected annually under the provisions of section 
two hereof, shall, thereafter, constitute such "Board of 
Kegistry." 

Appkoved February 28, 1867. 



EQUALIZATION— BOARD OF. 



AN ACT to amend the revenue laws, and to establish a state board for the In force March 
equalization of assessments. S' ^^^''• 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the Peojple of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assemhly^ That it shall ^"(Jj^i'Jsboa^.J^" 
be the duty of the governor to appoint one person from 
each senatorial district of this state, having the qualifications 
of an elector therein, who, together with the auditor of 
public accounts for the time being, shall constitute a state 
board of equalization. Such persons shall hold their offices '^°^'" °^ °^^^- 
for two years, or until their successors shall be elected and 
qualified, as hereinafter provided. Each member of said 
board, before entering upon the duties of his office, shall 
take the oath or affirmation prescribed by the constitution 
of this state, and also an oath or affirmation that he will 
faithfully and impartially, to the best of his judgment and 
ability, equalize the valuation of property assessed for tax- 
ation in this state, according to law. 

§ 2. It shall be the duty of said board to assemble at Duties. 
the state capitol on the first Tuesday in the month of Octo- 
ber, in the year one thousand eight hundred and sixty- 
seven, and yearly thereafter, and when duly organized, as 
hereinafter provided, to then and there proceed to examine 
the abstracts of property assessed for taxation in the several 
counties of this state, which abstracts shall be furnished by 
the county clerks of the several counties, through the audi- 
tor of public accounts, as hereinafter provided, and shall 



106 EQUALIZATION — BOARD OF. 



equalize the same, by directing to be added to the amount 
ot property so assessed in each county, or to be deducted 
therefrom,* such rate per cent, as said board may deem 
equitable, but said board shall not reduce the aggregate 
amount of property so assessed in the state. 

Organization. g 3_ g^id board, whcu assembled, shall organize by 
selecting one of the members thereof as chairman, and 
appointing a secretary, and such other officers to conduct 
the business of said board as tnay, in the discretion of said 
board, be deemed necessary. The secretary of state shall 
furnish for the use of said board such stationory, printing, 
postage, fuel, lights and rooms, as may be required for the 
use of said board. Each member of said board shall be 
entitled to receive from the state treasurer ten cents per 
mile for necessary travel in coming to and returning from 
the state capitol, and eight dollars per daj' during the ses- 
sions of said board, to be paid upon the certificate of the 
chairman tliereof, approved by the governor. The secre- 
tary, and other officers of said board, shall receive such 
compensation as may be determined by the board in each 
case, tlieir accounts to be certitied, and approved in the 
same manner as above provided in regard to members. 
Two-thirds of the whole number of members shall concti 
tute a quorum, and said board may adjourn from day to day, 
until the business before it shall be disposed of. 

Property to be g 4. All property in this state, whether real or ])ersonal, 
subject to taxation under existing laws, including real 
estate, becoming taxable for the first time, shall be listed to 
the owners thereof for the year one thousand eight hundred 
and sixtj^-seven, and yearly thereafter, with reference to the 
amount owned on the first day of April, including all pro- 
perty purchased on that day, and it shall be the duty of the 
county clerk in each county to furnish the assessor or asses- 
sors, with the necessary lists and blanks for assessment, 
promptly on or before the first Monday in April in each 
year, and in preparing the lists of lands and town lots for 
assessment in the year one thousand eight hundred and 
sixty-seven, and every year thereafter, to provide separate 
columns in which the assessor shall enter first, the value of 
all tracts or lots so listed. Second — The value of all im- 
provements thereon. Third — The aggregate value of each 
tract or lot, and the improvements: Provided, that no 
assessment of real property shall be considered as illegal 
by reason of the same, not being listed or assessed in the 
name of the owner or owners thereof. 

Duty of asses- | 5. It shall be the duty of each assessor in this state to 
actually view and accurately note each tract or lot listed as 
aforesaid, and place in the separate columns, above directed, 
the value of each tract or lot without the improvements, 
the value of the improvements, and the aggregate value of 



listed. 



sors. 



1S07 EQUALIZATION — BOARD OF. 107 

both: Provided^ that nothing lierein contained sliall be con- 
strued to prevent any person who shall be aggrieved by 
such assessment from appealing therefrom in the manner 
now aUowed by law. Ail tracts of land, or town lots, on 
which there are no improvements, shall be specially desig- 
nated by the assessor with the letter " Y," and sliall be 
extended into the column fur aggregate values only. As- 
sessors shall be allowed three dollars per day Ibr tlie time 
necessarily employed in making the assessments, to be paid 
as now provided by law: Provided^ the assessment shall 
be completed and returned to the county clerk on or before 
the first day of August in each year, otherwise there shall 
be deducted from such compensation the sum often dollars 
per day from and after the said first day of August until . 
the completion and return of said assessment. Assessors 
shall have power in all cases to examine, under oath, any 
person or persons whose property, real or personal, he is 
about' to assess, as to the amount, description, and value of 
all property owned by such person or persons liable to tax- 
ation, and may also exauiine any other person or persons, 
under oath, as to the same facts, and shall have power to 
administer all other oaths required to be administered to 
carry out the purposes of this section. 

§"6. Upon receipt of the assessment it shall be the duty ^^'j^>;j.'''' ^''""'^ 
of each county clerk to make out and transmit to the auditor 
of public accounts the abstract of assessment now required 
by law, omitting the amount of taxes charged, and in addi- 
tion tlieroto the following items, viz: The number of acres 
of unimproved land, and the value thereof; the number of 
acres of improved land, and the value thereof, (treating 
each legal subdivision as listed as being imi)roved, when a 
portion of the same is improved) and the value of the im- 
provement thereon ; the number and value of all unimprov- 
ed town lots, and the value thereof; the number and value 
of all improved town lots, and the value of the improve- 
ments thereon. Said abstract to be made out and transmit- 
ted on or before the first day of September, in each year. 

§ 7. It shall be the duty of the audiior of public ac- Duty of auditor 
counts to compile the abstracts of assessments so received oountsy'' 
from the county clerks into tabular statements, convenient 
for tiie use of said board; which statements and the original 
abstracts shall be submitted to said board on the first day of 
the session thereof, in each year. It shall also be his duty 
to report the action of said board to the several county 
clerks, under his official seal, immediately upon the adjourn- 
ment of said board. 

§ 8. In equalizing the value of personal property in the 'ueTtSbc made 
several counties, said board shall cause to be added together 
the average values of each kind of domestic animals and 
enumerated articles in each county, and the sum so obtain- 



108 EQUALIZATION — BOARD OF. 1867 



ed, as compared with the added general averages of the same 
items throughout the state, shall beheld by said board to 
' indicate the proportion which the whole assessment of person- 

al property in each county bears to the whole assessment of 
personal property throughout the state ; and said personal pro- 
perty shall be equalized by said board in the manner herein- 
after provided lor equalizing real property. Real property 
shall be equalized by adding to the aggregate assessed value 
thereof in every county in which said board may believe 
the valuation to be too low, such per centum as will raise 
the same to its proper proportionate value, and by deducting 
Irom the aggregate assessed value thereof in every county 
in w^hich said board may believe the valuation to be too 
high, such per centum as will reduce the same to its proper 
value. When the relative valuations of real and personal 
property shall have been considered separately, said board 
shall combine the results in such manner as may be deemed 
equitable, and determine a uniform rate per cent, to be 
added to or deducted from both classes of property in each 
county, which rate per cent, shall in all cases be even, and 
not fractional: Provided^ that nothing herein contained 
shall be construed as interfering in any manner with the 
laws now in force in regard to the equalization of assess- 
ments as between the different townships by the board of 
supervisors in counties adopting the township organization. 
^toSfp^^^o"^ § 9. It &hall be the duty of the county clerks in coun- 
ganizaiion. tics adopting township organization, in case of failure of any 
assessor or assessors to make his or their return of assess- 
ment within the time specified in the fifth section of this 
act, to transmit a statement of the assessment in all the 
townships from which returns have been received, together 
with a statement of the amount of taxable property assessed 
in the defaulting townships for the previous year. In all 
such cases of partial returns, where the number of default- 
ing townships do not exceed one-third of the whole number 
of townships in the county, the board of equalization may 
estimate the valuation in the townships from which returns 
have not been received, and may equalize the total valua- 
tion as in other cases. In cases where the defaulting exceed 
in number one-third of the whole number of townships in 
the county, and in all cases of failure on the part of any 
county to furnish proper returns of assessment to the audi- 
tor prior to the meeting of the board of equalization in each 
year, said board may, by order, authorize the auditor of 
public accounts to equalize the assessments, when full 
returns have been received by him. 
^be "^ nwish^d ^° ^ ^^' ^ I'eport of the proceedings of said board, of 
epn I'' e . equalization shall be published annually, in pamphlet form, 
and two thousand copies thereof shall be distributed by the 
secretary of state to the several counties, in the proportion 



EQUALIZATION BOARD OF. 109 

usual in similar cases. Said distribution shall be made by 
mail, or express, immediately upoii the receipt of said 
report from the public printer ; and there is hereby appro- 
priated from the state treasury a sum sufficient to defray 
the cost of such distribution. The secretary of said board 
may be employed in vacation to superintend the publication 
of said report, and to examine and correct the printer's 
proof thereof. 

§ 11. It shall be the duty of the several county clerks collectors' 
in preparing the books for the collectors of taxes to provide '^°°''-' 
therein live columns for values; the first to contain the total 
assessed valuation of personal property assessed to each 
individual, and the assessed valuation of each tract of land 
or town lot listed; the second to contain the valuation of 
such property as equalized ; and upon the receipt of the 
auditor's certificate, setting forth the action of the board in 
respect to his county, to extend in separate colunms, state, 
county, and all other taxes against the equalized valuation. 
In all cases of extension, where the equalized valuation 
shall happen to be fractional the clerk shall reject all such 
fractions as may fall belo-w fifty cents. Fractions vt' fifty 
cents or more shall be extended as one dollar. When sucii 
collector's books are completed the county clerk shall report 
to the auditor the valuations as equalized, and the amount 
of state, county and other taxes charged tliereon. County, 
clerks shall be allowed until the fifteenth day of December, 
in each year, to complete and deliver said collector's books, 
and shall receive, in addition to all compensation now 
allowed by law, a fee of one cent for extending on said col- 
lector's books the equalized valuation of each individual's 
personal property, and each tract of [land] or town lot listed, 
to be paid out of the county treasury: /Provided, that before 
such payment shall be made in each case, the clerk shall 
produce from the auditor of public accounts a certificate 
that he has complied with all the requirements of this act 
in regard to furnishing statements of assessment, otherwise 
such payment shall not be made, or any compensation in 
lien thereof. 

.§ 12. The qualified electors of each senatorial district senatorial dis- 
of this state shall, at the general election in November, one *r'cts to elect. 
thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight, and every four 
years thereafter, elect one of their number to serve as a 
member of said board of equalization, who shall hold his 
office for four years and until his successor is elected and 
qualified ; and the board so elected shall have the same 
powers and privileges and be subject to the same rules and 
regulations as the board whose appointment is provided for 
in the first section of this act ; and the returns of the poll 
books and certificates of election shall be governed by the 
laws regulating the election of state senators; and in case of 



110 



FEES. 



1867 



Auditor. 



Session. 



Certificates 
rate.?. 



of 



Total value, 
when ascer- 
tained. 



vacancy occurrin<j:; in said board, by death, resignation, or 
otherwise, it shall be the duty of tlie governor to appoint 
some person having the qnalitications prescribed in the first 
section of tliis act to till the same. 

§ 13. It shall be the duty of the auditor of public 
accounts, immediately upon the passage of this bill and its 
ajjproval by the governor, to cause the same to be printed 
in pamphlet form, togetlier with a circular of instructions, 
and distributed to the several county clerks. throughout the 
state, in sufficient quantities to supply each office connected 
with the assessment or collection of the revi;nue, with at 
least one copy. . - 

§ 14. The session of said board shall be limited to fifteen 
days. 

§ 15. It sliall be the duty of the county clerk to make 
in each collector's book a certificate of the rate of deduc- 
tion or addition determined by the board of equalization 
in the county to which said book shall pertain, and also the 
rate of deduction or addition determined bj^ the board of 
supervisors in the township to which such book shall per- 
tain. This act to take efiect from and after its passage. 
. § 16. Immediately after the said board shall make their 
report, and file the same with the auditor of public accounts, 
the said auditor shall ascertain from said report the total 
value of all the taxable property in the state, after the same 
has been equalized by said board, and also the total amount 
of appropriations and other demands upon the treasury, 
and said auditor shall cause to be collected such a per cent, 
upon the whole value of the property aforesaid, as shall be 
sufficient to pay the appropriations and other demands upon 
the treasury due to the end of each fiscal year; Provided^ 
this act shall apply to state tax only. 

Appeoved March 8, 1867. 



FEES. 



In force Peb'y 
18, 1867. 



AN ACT to repeal the increased fees of certain officcis in the county of 

St. Clair. 



Section 1. Be it enactad by the Peo2)le of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Asseinhly, That an act 
Act repeaiec'. in relation to the fees , of certain officers in certain coun- 
ties therein named, approved and in force February the 
16th, 1865, be and the same is hereby repealed, so far as it 
applies to the county of St. Clair ; and the fees of those offi- 



18G7 FEES. Ill 

cers sIulI romain as they were previous to the passage of 
said act. 

^ 2. This act shall bo in force from and after its passage. 

Appuoved February 18, 1807. 



(b 



AX ACT to amend '"An act in relation to the fees of certain officers in In force Fel^ru- 
certain co.unties therein named," approved February 16, 1865. ^'J ^'^' ^^^"• 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the Feojyle of the State of 
JUinois. revresented in the Gentral Assembly. That the act Act continued 

, . , -^, . . T ^ . , 1 111 in force. 

to whicli tins IS an ainendineiit is hereby amended, by 
striking out so much theieof as relates to the term when 
said act shall expire ;. and said act is continued In force until 
otherwise ordered by the general assembly, except in so far 
as it extends to the counties of St. Clair, and Warren, and 
Morgan, and Schnyler and Fnlton. 

§ 2. That the provisions of said act, to which this is an Provisions ex- 
amendment, as amended, are hereby extended to the fol- coumles. '° 
lowing counties : Woodford, Tazewell, Cass, Edgar, Brown, 
Crawford, Moultrie, DeWitt, Kendall, Livingston, DnPage, 
Grundy, Iroquois, Ford, Jasper, Boone and Coles. 

§ 3. This act shall be in force from and after its pas- 
sage. 

Approved February 26, 1867. 



AX ACT to increase tlie fees of certain officers in the county of Peoria, in force Fe'.-'y 

iii, 1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the Ptople of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That all the P'"o\"isions of 

. . -^ ,. ^ ^' 1 1 ,, » • 1 /• 1 ,. act to include 

provisions ot an act entitled ''An act in relation to the tees aiiofticers. 
of certain officers in certain counties therein named." a]) 
proved February 16, 1865 ; and also an act entitled "An 
act to regulate the fees and compensation of sheriffs and 
collectors in certain connties," approved February 16, 1865, 
shall ha and hereafter apply to the county of Peoria, and 
siiall include all of such officers in said county as are men- 
tioned in said acts, as applying to the counties -therein 
named. 

§ 2. That the provisions of said acts, so far as the same Act not to ex- 
shall and may apply to said county of Peoria, shall not ex- ^"''*^' 
pire on the first day of June, a. d. 1867, as in said acts 
mentioned ;. but this act shall be deemed a public act, and 



112 FEES. 1867 

shall take effect and continue to be in force from and after 
its passage, and until repealed by further legislation. 
Approved February 23, 1867. 



In force Feb'y AN ACT to amend "An act to regulate the fees artd compensation of 
26, 1867. sheriffs and collectors in certain counties," approved Febrnary 16, 1865. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of, the State of 
Illinois^ rejpresented in the General Asse7nbly, That the 
Act not to ex- act to wliich tliis is an amendment is hereby amended, by 
striking out so much thereof as relates to the time when 
said act shall expire, and is continued in force until other- 
wise ordered by the general aseembly, except in so far as it 
extends to the counties of Jefferson, Schuyler and Fulton. 
Provisions of § 2. That the provisions of said act, to which this is an 
toothed- eomi- s^'nendment, as amended, are hereby extended to the fol- 
ties. lowing counties, viz : "Woodford, Coles, Tazewell, Cass, 

l^rown, Crawford, Moultrie, De Witt, Jasper, Boone, Cham- 
paign, Kankakee, Lake, Menard, Bond, Kendall, Iroquois, 
Ford, Scott, Logan, Peoria, McIIenry, Marshall, Putnam, 
Warren, Bureau, Livingston, McLean, Woodford, Stark, 
DuPage, Grundy, DeKalb, Edgar, Carroll, Lee, Whiteside, 
and Winnebago. 

§ 3. This act shall be in force from and after its pas- 
sage. 

Appeoved February 26, 1867. 



In force Feb'y AN ACT to extend the provisions of and continue in force an act entitled 
" ' '■ "An act to regulate the fees and compensation of sheriff's and collectors 

in certain counties," approved February the 16th, 1865. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the Peojple of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assetably^ That the pro- 
Act extended to visions of an act entitled "An act to regulate the fees and 
cou°ntJ°'^'' compensation of sherifls and collectors in certain counties," 
approved February the 16th, 1865, be and the same are 
hereby extended to the county of Woodford, in said state ; 
and all the provisions of said act shall extend to and be in 
force iu Woodford county, aforesaid, the same f.s in the 
counties mentioned in the original act. 
Time of expira- § 2. And all of the provisions of the act to which this 
*'°'^' act is an amendment shall continue and be in force in said 

Woodford county, in said state, until the first day of 
August, eighteen hundred and seventy. 



1867 E^EEg. 113 

§ 3. This act shall be liberally construed, so as to effect 
the objects intended, and shall be deemed a public act, and 
shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage. 

Appeoved February 28, 1867. 



AN ACT to estcablish and fix the fees of justices of the peace and con- ^^J°^l^ 1^67™" 
stables in this state. ^ ' 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented iri the General Assembly, That the 
fees of justices of the peace and constables, of this state, 
shall, hereafter, be as follows, for the services herein men- 
tioned, to-wit: 

justices' fees in criminal cases. 

For taking each complaint in writing, under oath, thirty- Fees in crimi- 
five cents ; for taking the examination of the accused and 
the testimony of witnesses in cases of felony and returning 
the same to the circuit court, for every one hundred words, 
fifteen cents; for each warrant, thirty-five cents; taking 
recognizance and returning the same, seventy-five cents ; 
for each subpcona, thirty-five cents; administering each 
oath, ten cents ; for each jury warrant in trial of assault 
and battery, thirty-five cents ; for entering verdict of jury, 
fifteen cents ; for each order or judgment thereon, thirty- 
five cents ; for each mittimus, thirty-five cents ; for each 
execution, thirty-five cents ; for entering each appeal, thirty- 
five cents ; for transcript of judgment and proceedings in 
cases of appeal, one dollar. 

justices' fees in civil cases. 

For each warrant, summons or subpoena, twenty-five Fees in civii ca- 
cents; for each continuance, fifteen cents; administering ^®^* 
any oath, ten cents ; issuing dedimus to take depositions, 
thirty-five cents; taking each deposition, when required, 
for every one hundred words, twenty cents ; entering judg- 
ment, thirty-five cents ; issuing execution, thirty-five cents ; 
entering security on docket, thirty-five cents ; scii'e facias, 
to be served on security, thirty-five cents ; notification to 
each referee, thirty-five cents ; entering the award of refe- 
rees, fifty cents; entering the appeal from justice's judg- 
ment, thirty-five cents ; for each transcript of the judgment 
and proceedings before the justice on appeal, thirty-five 
cents ; issuing process of attachment and taking bond and 
security, one dollar ; entering judgment on the same, thirty- 

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114: rms. 1867 

five cents ; docketing each suit, twenty-five cents ; taking 
the acknowledgment or proof of a deed or other instrument 
in writing, thirty-five cents ; for each precept on forcible 
entry and detainer, sixty-five cents; for each jury .warrant, 
thirty-five cents; for each marriage ceremony performed, 
two dollars ; for each certificate thereof, twenty-five cents ; 
for taking acknowledgment of chattel mortgage and enter- 
ing the same on docket, thirty-five cents. 

CONSTAELES' FEES IN CITIL CASES. 

Constables' fees Serving and returning each warrant [or] summons, thirty- 
in ciTii cases, g^^ ccnts; Serving and returning subpoena, fifteeii cents; serv- 
ing and returning execution, seventy-five cents ; advertising 
property for sale, forty cents ; attending trial before justice, 
in each jury cause, forty cents; serving jury warrant, in 
each case, seventy-five cents, and mileage five cents each 
way, for each juror accepted ; each day's attendance in the 
circuit court, when required, to be paid out of the county 
treasury, two dollars and fifty cents ; mileage, when serving 
a warrant, summons or subpoena, to and from the residence 
of the defendant or witness to the ofiice of the justice, five 
cents per mile, each way. 

constables' fees in ceiminal cases. 

Constables' fees Tor Serving a warrant, on each person named therein, 
m cnmina ca- ^.]^j[p^y.£yg ceuts ; Serving each subpoena, fifteen cents ; taking 
each person to jail, when committed, thirty-five cents ; 
for summoning a jury, in case of assault and battery, sev- 
enty-five cents ; mileage, when serving a warrant or subpoe- 
na, five cents per mile, each way ; mileage, in taking a pris- 
oner to jail, ten cents per mile from the justices' office to 
the jail. 

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

Appkoved February 28, 1867. 



ses, 



In force March AN ACT to increase the compensation of the sheriffs of the counties of 
'^' ^^^^' Adams and St. Clair, for dieting prisoners. 

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

Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That there shall 

Board ofi prii- hereafter be allowed and paid, in the manner now provided 

oners. ^^ \2,y^^ to the sheriffs of the counties of Adams and St. 

Clair, the sum of eighty (80) cents per day for dieting each 

prisoner confined in the county jails of said counties. 



1867 FEES. 115 

§ 2. This act shall be deemed a public act, and be in 
force from and after its passage. 
Appkoyed March 7, 1867. 



A.N ACT to repeal a portion of aa act entitled "An act in relation to the In force March 
fees of certain officers in certain counties therein named," apprOTcd ' 

February 16, 1865. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Tllinois, represented in the General Assembly, That so much Fees of circuit 
of the above entitled act as relates to the fees of the clerk °'®''''- 
of the circuit court and of the clerks of the county court of 
:he counties of "Warren and St. Clair, be and the same is 
lereby repealed. 

■ § 2. All laws and parts of laws repealed by the above AoUreTived. 
entitled act are hereby revived and continued in full force 
md effect, so far as the same apply to the counties of War- 
ren and St. Clair. 

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

Approved March 7, 1867. 



AN ACT in relation to fees of county officers in certain counties. In force March 

7, 1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Ulinois, represented in the General Assembly, That until Feea as in other 
-he first day of June, in the year of our Lord, one thou- ^°^'^ '*^' 
land eight hundred and sixty-nine, the county officers of the 
jounties of Marshall, Putnam, Stark, Woodford, Bond, 
Randolph, Monroe, Jackson, Franklin, "WiUiamson, Scott, 
Fersey, Calhoun, Pike, Greene, and the sheriff of DeKalb 
jounty, shall be allowed to charge and receive the same 
:ees and allowances as are now allowed by the provisions of 
m act entitled "An act in relation to the fees of certain 
)fficers in certain counties therein named," approved Feb- 
•uary 16, 1865, and also of an act entitled "An act to regu- 
ate the fees and compensation of sheriffs and collectors in 
jertain counties," approved February 16, 1865 : Provided, 
;hat only one-half of said fees shall be charged by the clerk 
)f the county court in estates, and on settlements with 

nardians where the said court shall determine that the 

mount and value of said estate or guardian's account shall 

LOt exceed the sum of five hundred dollars. 



116 ■ FEES. 1867 

County judges. § 2. The county judges of the counties of Marshall. 
Putnam, Stark, Woodford, Bond, Randolph, Monroe, Jack- 
son, Franklin, Williamson, Scott, Jersey, Calhoun, Pike, 
Greene, shall be allowed the sum of five dollars per day, 
while holding county court, to be paid as now provided 
by law. 

§ 3. This act shall be deemed a public law, and be in 
force from and after its approval. 
Approved March 7, 1867. 



1 



In force March AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act to amend the act entitled fees 
7, 1867. and salaries," approved February 12, 1849, and to simplify said act. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That hereafter. 
Fees pending in Heu of the fecs now allowed to the clerks of the several 
*"'*^" . courts of record in this state for entering each suit on the 

dockets for trial, and for entering each order or rule of 
court for continuance, there shall be allowed a fee of fifty 
cents for each and every term of the court such suit shall 
remain pending and undetermined, to be taxed and collected 
as other costs in the cause. 

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

Appkoved March 7, 1867. 



In force March AN ACT to increase the compensation of sheriffs in the county of Knox. 
7, 1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Plinois, represented in the General Assembly, The provisions 

Sheriffs. of an act entitled "An act to regulate the fees and compen- 

sation of sheriffs and collectors in certain counties," ap- 
proved February 16, 1865, are hereby extended to the 
county of Knox, except as to the following items, to- wit : 
Committing persons to jail and discharging the same, sum- 
moning jurors, attending court or board of supervisors, 

BaiUflfs. bailiffs per day, and dieting .prisoners in county jail. In 

these excepted cases the fees shall remain the same as 
before the passage of this act, 

conflictingiaws. § 2. All laws in conflict with the provisions of this act 
shall be of no effect, as far as the same may apply to the 
county of Knox, and the limitation in section five of the 



1867 ^ FISH. 117 

act mentioned in section one of this act shall not be appli- 
cable or in any way affect the provisions of this act. 

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

Appkoved March 7, 1867. 



FISH. 



AN ACT to prohibit netting fisli at the Grand Rapids of the Wabash river, In force Mareii 
in Wabash county. ^' 1^^^- 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the Feople of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly, That here- Minnows, 
after, fish shall not be caught or taken in the Wabash river, 
in Wabash county, between the Grand Rapids dam and the 
mouth of White river, by means of seines or nets: Provided, 
that it shall be lawful to catch minnows with minnow seines 
or nets to be used as bait for angling. 

§ 2. Every person who shall violate the provisions of Penalties. 
j this act shall forfeit and pay for every offense the sum of 
'. twenty dollars, to be recovered before any justice of the 
; peace of Wabash county, in an action of debt, in the name 
'• of the people of the state of Illinois, one-half of such pen- 
alty shall go to the informer and the other half shall be 
paid into the school fund of said county., 

§ 3, In addition to the penalty herein provided, every seines. 
! seine or net used in violation of the provisions of this act 
\ shall be forfeited, seized and sold by any constable of said 
^ town, by giving three days' notice of the time and place 
! of such sale, by posting a written or printed notice on the 
door of the court house in the city of Mt. Carmel, in said 
' Wabash county ; one-half of the proceeds of such sale to 
i go to the constable making the same and the other half to 
! be paid into the school fund of said county. 

I § 4. Appeals may be taken in cases decided under the Appeals may be 
I provisions of this act, as in other cases of debt, before jus- '^^°' 
'\ tices of the peace. 

' § 5. This act to take effect and be in force from and 
i after its passage. 
' Approved March 5, 1867. 



118 



PISH. 



1867 



In force March AN ACT to preserve the fish in the Illinois and Fox rivers, and in the 
7, 1867. QQJg g^jjjj Michigan Canal, at the places designated in said act. 



Illi- 



Canal. 



Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assemhty, That here- 

luinois river, after, it shall not be lawful for any person or persons what- 
ever, to catch or take fish, or to aid in catching or taking 
fish with a seine or net of any kind, from the Illinois river, 
at any place between Starved Rock, in the county of 
LaSalle, in said state, and the dam now in process of con- 
struction across said Illinois river at the town of Marseilles, 
in said county. 

Fox River. § 2. That hereafter, it shall be not be lawful for any 

person or persons whatever to catch or take fish, or to aid 
in catching or taking fish with a seine or net of any kind 
from the Pox river, at any place between the dam across 
said Fox river, at or near the village of Dayton, in said 
county of LaSalle, and the junction of said Fox river with 
the said Illinois river, 

§ 3. That hereafter it shall not be lawful for any per- 
son or persons whatever, to catch or take fish, or to aid in 
catching or taking fish with a seine or net of any kind, 
from the Illinois and Michigan canal, or from any feeder 
or lateral canal connected with said Illinois and Michigan 
canal, at any place between the village of Utica and the 
town of Seneca, in said LaSalle county. 

§ 4. That if any person shall violate any or either of the 
provisions of sections one, two and three of this act, such per- 
son shall, if convicted, on the complaint of any person, made 
under oath, before any justice of the peace of said county of 
LaSalle, be fined ten dollars for each and every s uch viola- 
tion, 
of the § 5, All fines, forfeitures or penalties which may be 
recovered before a justice of the peace, as provided in sec- 
tion four of this act, shall be enforced and collected in the 
same manner as provided in and by the statutes and laws 
of this state, for the enforcing and collection of fines, pen- 
alties and forfeitures recovered before justices of the peace 
in case of assaults, batteries and afi"rays. 

Penaitiep. § 6. That in all cases of violation of any of the provis- 

ions of this act, the circuit court of said county of LaSalle 
shall have concurrent jurisdiction with the justices of the . 
peace of said county, and any person or persons who shall 
violate any of the provisions of this act, shall be liable to 
indictment for such violation, before the grand jury of said 
LaSalle county ; and any person who may be convicted on 
a trial according to law, on such indictment, shall be fined 
ten dollars for each and every such offense. 

School fund. § 1. All fines collected for a violation of the provisions 

of this act shall be paid into the school fund of said county. 



Justice 
peace. 



186T FUGITIVES FROM JUSTICE. 119 

§ 8. This act shall be in force from and after its pas- 
sage. 
Appkoved March 7, 1867. 



FUGITIVES FROM JUSTICE. 



AN ACT to amend tlie law in relation to fugitives from justice. In ^°g*'?g^^^''^^ 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General AssemUy, That before county judge. 
any person shall apply to the governor of this state for a 
requisition on the governor of any other state, territory 
or the District of Columbia, for the return of any fugitive 
from justice of this state, he shall first obtain the certificate 
of the county judge of the county wherein the crime is 
alleged to have been committed that the ends of justice 
require the return of such fugitive. 

§ 2. That when the punishment of the crime shall be Penitentiary. 
the confinement of the criminal in the penitentiary, the ex- 
penses shall be paid out of the state treasury ; in all other 
cases they shall be paid out of the county treasury of the 
county wherein the crime is alleged to have been committed. 
That the expenses shall be the fees paid to the officers of 
the state on whose governor the requisition is made, and 
not exceeding twelve cents per mile for all necessary travel 
in returning such fugitives. Before such accounts shall be 
certified by the governor, or paid by the respective coun- 
ties, they shall be verified by affidavit and certified to by 
the judge of the county court of the county wherein the 
crime is alleged to have been committed. 

§ 3. That the governor may prescribe such rules and Proclamation, 
regulations, not inconsistent with the laws of the United 
States or of this state, as he may deem expedient in rela- 
tion to the manner of applying for requisitions for the return 
• of fugitives from the justice of this state ; which, when duly 
: published by proclamation, or otherwise, shall be strictly 
adhered to by all persons in making such applications. 

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

Appkoved March 8, 1867. 



126 



GAME. 



186T 



GAME. 



In forceFeb.l9, AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act for the preservation of game," 
^^^^- approved February 16, 1865. 



Macoupin. 



Recovery. 



Penalties. 



Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General AssembVy, That it shall 
be unlawful for any person or persons to kill, ensnare or 
trap any deer, fawn, wild turkey, grouse, prairie hen or 
chicken, quail, snipe or duck, at any time, in the county of 
Macoupin, for the purpose of selling or marketing the same 
outside of said county, or selling or marketing the same 
within said county, knowing that the same is purchased 
with the view of removing the same outside of said county ; 
and the removing of the same out of said county shall be 
prima facie evidence that the person selling the same 
knew that the purchaser intended removing the same out 
of said county. 

§ 2. That any person violating any of the provisions of 
this act shall be subject to the fines and penalties enumer- 
ated in section five of the act referred to in the entitling of 

manner and form 
declared to be 



this act, and to be recovered in the 



is 



an 



specified in said act to which this 
amendment. 

§ 3. That the penalty of ensnaring, trapping or netting 
any quail or Yirginia partridge. within the said county shall 
be five dollars for each and every one so captured, and 
that the violation of this in the sale of any quail or Yir- 
ginia partridge, duck or snipe, shall subject the offender to 
a fine of five dollars for each and every one so sold. 

§ 4, This act shall take efi'ect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Approved i^'ebruary 19, 1867. 



In force March AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act for the preservation of game," 
^'^^®^- approved February 16, 1865. 

Section 1. Be it enacted ly the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That so much 
Tnc7uded.°"°*^ o^ section seven (7) of the above entitled act, approved 
February 16, 1865, as exempts the county of Warren from 
the efiects and operation of said act, be and the same is 
hereby repealed. 

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

Appkoved March 5, 1867. 



1867 GAME. 121 



AX ACT to exempt the county of Piatt from the operation of the game ^^ s^i'^qt^*'^^^ 

law. 

Section 1. J3e it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the Piatt county, 
county of Piatt be and the same is hereby exempted from 
the operation of the game laws of Illinois. 

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

Approved March 6, 1867. 



AN ACT to extend the pi-o visions of the game law to certain counties In force Mar. 8, 
therein named, and to prevent non-residents from killing game for market. 1S67. 

1 Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
\Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That all the Law extended, 
provisions of an act entitled "An act for the preservation of 
■game," approved February 16,1865, shall extend to and be 
in force in the counties of Bond, Fayette, Effingham and 
'Marion, Clay and Richland, Hamilton, Wayne, Warren, 
Henderson and Jersey counties. 

^ 2. That it shall be unlawful for any person or persons, Non-residents, 
who are not residents of any one of the counties above named, 
Ito kill, ensnare, trap or net any deer, fawn, wild turkey, 
grouse, prairie hen or chicken, pheasant or quail, at any 
'time, in such county, for the purpose of selling or market- 
ing the same outside of such county. 

§ 3. That any person or persons violating any of the Penalties, 
provisions of this act shall be subject to the lines and pen- 
alties enumerated in section live of the act referred to in the 
first section of this act ; to be recovered in the manner and 
form specified in said section five : Provided, that the pen- 
alty for killing a pheasant shall be the same as that for 
killing a prairie chicken or quail. 

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

Approved March 8, 1867. 



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122 



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1867 



INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY. 



In force Jan. 25, 
1867. 



Location how 
secured. 



County author- 
ity. 



Powerp. 



AN ACT in relation to the location of the Industrial University. 

Whekeas, each portion of the state is ahke interested in the 
proper location of said University, and it is desirable to 
enable the public spirit of each community or section to 
fully compete for such location ; therefore 
Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly^ That any 
county, city, township or incorporated town of said state, 
may, by taxation, as well as by voluntary subscription of its 
citizens, raise a fund to secure the location of said Univer- 
sity at any point whatever ; and any other corporation in this 
state may make bids and subscriptions for the purpose of 
securing said location at any point whatever. 

§ 2. That any county, through its county courts or board 
of supervisors, and any township or town, through its super- 
visor, assessor and collector, and any city or incorporated 
town, through its council or board of aldermen, or other 
constituted authorities, as the case may be, may subscribe 
such sum or sums as they may deem necessary, to secure 
such location, and to raise the amount or amounts so sub- 
scribed by taxation, or by issuing bonds, payable at any 
seasonable or convenient time, and bearing any rate of 
interest not exceeding ten per cent, per annum: Provided, 
however, that no tax shall be levied for such purpose until 
the proposition so to raise a fund, together with the amount 
to be raised shall, after at least ten days' notice, be submit- 
ted to a vote of the people so to be taxed, and be approved 
by a majority of the persons voting at such election : Pro- ■ 
vided, that the county clerk of such county shall order an 
election in accordance with the provisions of this act ; And 
provided, also, that it shall not be obligatory on any county, 
city or town authorities, or county clerk, as aforesaid, to 
submit any such proposition to a vote of the people, unless 
at least one hundred of the legal voters of said county, city 
or town shall petition for the same ; in which event said 
election or elections shall be ordered : And provided fur- 
ther, that any election heretofore held in any county, city or 
town, for the purpose aforesaid, is hereby legalized and ; 
made valid. ! 

§ 3. The county, city or town authorities, as aforesaid, 
are hereby invested with full power to make any and all ' 
needful orders and regulations to carry into effect the fore- ! 
going provisions ; and in case of an election being applied ' 
for, as aforesaid, it shall be the duty of said authorities to ! 



1867 INDUSTRIAL UNIVEESITT. 123 

give the usual and seasonable notices, required by law, 
according to this act, and the end in view, and to conduct 
and report the same in the usual way. Such election to be 
conducted and return made according to the law governing 
elections : Provided, that the registry of votes used at the 
last general election shall be the registry for any election 
to be held under this act. 

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

Approved January 25, 1867. 



AN ACT to provide for the organization and maintenance of the Illinois In force Feb. 
Industrial University. 28,1897. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
•Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That it shall Trustees. 
,be the duty of the governor of this state within ten days 
from the passage of this act, to appoint five trustees, resi- 
dent in each of the judicial grand divisions of this state, 
who, together with one additional trustee, resident in each 
fjf the congressional districts of this state, to be appointed in 
ilike manner, with their associates and successors, shall be a 
body corporate and politic, to be styled "The Board of 
Trustees of the Illinois Industrial University ;" and by that 
name and style shall have perpetual succession, have power 
to contract and be contracted with, to sue and be sued, to 
Dlead and be impleaded, to acquire, hold and convey real 
md personal property ; to have and use a common seal, and 
alter the same at pleasure ; to make and establish by- 
aws, and to alter or repeal the same as they shall deem 
accessary, for the management or government, in all its 
various departments and relations, of the Illinois Industrial 
University, for the organization and endowment of which 
provision is made by this act. Said appointments to be sub- 
icct to approval or rejection by the Senate at its next regular 
lession thereafter, and the appointees to be and they are 
^ereby authorized to act as trustees as aforesaid, until their 
luccessors shall be appointed by the governor and such ap- 
>ointment shall be approved by the senate. 

^ 2. The members of the board of trustees, and their TermofotBce., 
uccessors, shall hold their office for the term of six years 
ach : Provided, that at the first regular meeting of said 
joard, the said members shall determine, by lot, so that, as 
Nearly as may be, one-third shall hold their office for two 
^ears, one-third for four years, and one-third for six years 
irom the first day of said meeting. The governor, by and vacancies. 
vith the advice and consent of the senate, shall fill all va- 



124 



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1867 



mittee. 



Branchep. 



cancies which may at any time occur by expiration of term 
of office, or otherwise, in said board, by appointment of 
suitable persons resident in the respective grand divisions 
and congressional districts in which such vacancies may 
Exeautivecom- occur. Said board of trustees may appoint an executive 
committee of their own number, who, when said board is 
not in session, shall have the management and control of 
the same, and for that purpose have and exercise all the 
powers hereby conferred on said board which are neces- 
sary and proper for such object. 

§ 3. In case the board of trustees shall at any time de- 
termine to establish a branch or department of said univer- 
sity at any points elected by them, such branch or depart- 
ment shall be under the control of the members of said 
board residing in the grand division and congressional 
district where said branch shall be located, unless other- 
wise ordered by said board of trustees : Promded^ that no 
portion of the funds resulting from the congressional grant 
of land for the endowment of said university, or from any 
donation now or hereafter to be made by the county, city or 
town at or near which the university is located ; and no por- 
tion of the interest or proceeds of either of said funds shall 
ever be applied to the support of any branch or department 
located outside of the county wherein said university is 
located by this act. 

§ 4. The first regular meeting of the board of trustees 
shall be held at such place as the governor may designate, 
on the second Tuesday in March, a. d. 1867, at which 
meeting they shall elect a regent of the university, who, to- 
gether with the governor, superintendent of public instruc- 
tion and president of the state agricultural society, shall 
be, ex-officio^ members of said board of trustees. Said regent, | 
if present, shall preside at all meetings of the board of trus-j 
tees and of the faculty, and shall be charged with the gen- 
eral supervision of the educational facilities and interests of 
the university. His term of office shall be two years, and 
his compensation shall be fixed by the board of trustees. 

§ 5. At the first, and at each biennial meeting there- 
after, it shall be the duty of the board to appoint a treasurer, 
who shall not be a member of the board, and who shall 
give bonds, with such security as the board of trustees shall 
deem amply sufficient to guard the university from danger 
of loss or diminution of the funds intrusted to his care. The 
trustees may appoint, also, the corresponding secretary, 
whose duty it shall be, under the direction or with the ap- 
proval of the trustees, to issue circulars, directions for pro- 
curing needful materials for conducting experiments, and 
eliciting instructive information from persons in va,riou8 ' 
counties, selected for that purpose, and skilled in any branch 
of agricultural, mechanical and industrial art ; and to do 



First meeting. 



Regent. 



Treasurers 



Corresponding 
secretary. 



i 1867 INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY. 125 

i 

all other acts needful to enable him to prepare an annual 
report regarding the progress of the university, in each 
I department thereof — recording any improvements and expe- 
I riments made, with their costs and results, and such other 
i matters, including state, industrial and economical statistics, 
, as may be supposed useful ; not less than five thousand 
; copies of which report shall be published annually, and one Publication. 
I copy be transmitted by said corresponding secretary, by 
I mail, free, to each of the other colleges endowed under the 
i provisions of an act of congress, approved July 2, 1862, eu- 
I titled "An act donating lands to the several states and terri- 
! tories which may provide colleges for the benefit of agricul- 
j ture and the mechanic arts ; one copy to the United States 
! secretary of the interior ; and one thousand copies to the 
! secretary of state of this state, for the state library, and for 
i distri])utiou among the members of the general assembly. 
: Also, a recording secretary, whose duty it shall be to keep Recording eec- 
■ faithful record of the transactions of the board of trustees, ^''*"'^''^'' 
i and prepare the same for publication in said annual report. 
I The said treasurer, corresponding and recording secretaries 
; to receive such compensation as the trustees may fix, and 
! to be paid in the same manner as the teachers and other em- 
j ployees of the university are paid. 

I § 6. No money shall be drawn from the treasury of warrant, 
the university, except by order of the board of trustees, on 
warrant of the regent, drawn upon the treasurer, and coun- 
tersigned by the recording secretary. 

§ 7. The trustees sliall have power to provide the requi- Powers, 
site buildings, apparatus and conveniences ; to fix the rates 
for tuition ; to at)point such professors and instructors, and 
establish and provide for the management of such model 
farms, tnodel art, and other departments and professorships, 
as may be required to teach, in the most thorough manner, 
such branches of learning as are related to agriculture and 
the mechanic arts, and military tactics, without excluding 
other scientific and classical studies. They may accept the 
endowments of voluntary professorships or departments in 
the university, from any person or persons or corporations 
who may proifer the same, and, at any regular meeting of 
the board, may prescribe rules and regulations in relation 
to such endowments, and declare on what general principles 
they may be admitted : Provided^ that such special volun- Endowments. 
tary endowments or professorships shall not be incompati- 
ble with the true design and scope of the act of congress, 
or of this act ; and they shall, as far as practicable, arrange 
all the regular and more important courses of study and 
lectures in the university, so that the students may pass students, 
through and attend upon them during the six autumn and 
winter months, and be left free to return to their several 
practical arts and industries at home during the six spring 



126 



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1867 



C« unties. 



and summer months of the year, or to remain in the univer- 
sity and pursue such optional studies or industrial avocations 
as they may elect : Provided, that no student shall at any 
time be allowed to remain in or about the university in 
idleness, or without full mental or industrial occupation : 

L^abmt^es pro- And provided further, that the trustees, in the exercise of 
any of the powers conferred by this act, shall not create 
any liability or indebtedness in excess of the funds in the 
hands of the treasurer of the university at the time of crea- 
ting such liability or indebtedness, and which may be spe- 
cially and properly applied to the payment of the same. 

Admission. § 8. JMo studcut shall be admitted to instruction in any 

of the departments of the university who shall not have 
attained to the age of fifteen (15) years, and who shall not 
previously undergo a satisfactory examination in each of the 
branches ordinarily taught in the common schools of the 
state. 

§ 9. Each county in this state shall be entitled to one 
honorary scholarship in the university, for the benefit of the» 
descendants of the soldiers and seamen who served in the 
armies and navies of the United States during the late re- > 
bellion — preference being given to the children of such 
soldiers and seamen as are deceased or disabled ; and the 
board of trustees may, from time time, add to the number 
of honorary scholarships when, in their judgment, such 
additions will not embarrass the finances of the university; 
nor need these additions be confined to the descendants of 
soldiers or seamen ; such scholarships to be filled by transfer 
from some of the common schools of said county, of such pu- 
pils as shall, upon public examination, to be conducted as the 
board of trustees of the university may determine, be deci- 
ded to have attained the greatest proficiency in the branches 
of learning usually taught in the common schools, and who 
shall be of good moral character, and not less than fifteen 

Pupiia, (15) years of age. Such pupils, so selected and transferred, 

shall be entitled to receive, without charge for tuition, in- 
struction in any or all the departments of the university for a 
term of at least three (3) consecutive years : Provided, said 
pupil shall conform, in all respects, to the rules and regu- 
lations of the university, established for the government of 
the pupils in attendance. 

Faculty. § 10. The faculty of the university shall consist of the 

chief instructors in each of the departments. No degrees 
shall be conferred nor diplomas awarded by authority of the 
board of trustees, or of the faculty, except that the trustees, 
on recommendation of the majority of the faculty, may 
authorize the regent of the university to issue to applicants 
certificates of scholarship, under the seal of the university ; 
which certificate shall, as far as practicable, set forth the 
precise attainments, as ascertained by special examination, 



186Y INDUSTEIAL UNIVERSITY. 127 



of the parties applying for the same, respectively, in the 
various branches of learning they may have respectively 
studied during the attendance in the university ; and every 
pupil who shall have attended upon instruction in the 
university for not less than one year, maintaining, mean- 
while, a good character for faithfulness in study and correct- 
ness of deportment, and who may desire to cease such at- 
[tendance, shall be entitled to receive such certificate of 
'scholarships as is authorized by this section to be issued. 
I All certificates of scholarships shall be in the English Ian- scholarships, 
iguage, unless the pupil should otherwise prefer; and all 
! names and terms on labels, samples, specimens, books, 
charts and reports shall be expressed, as nearly as may be 
in the English language. 

: § 11. No member of the board of trustees shall receive ^oTt?ustees.°'' 
I any compensation for attending on the meetings of the 
iboard. At all the stated and other meetings of the board 
of trustees, called by the regent or corresponding secretary, 
or any five members of the board, a majority of the mem- 
\ bers shall constitute a quorum : Provided, all the members 
ihave been duly notified. 

§ 12. It shall be the duty of the board of trustees to Location. 
permanently locate said university at Urbana, in Cham- 
paign county, Illinois, whenever the county of Champaign 
shall, according to the proper forms of law, convey or caiise 
to be conveyed to said trustees, in fee simple, and free from 
lall incumbrances, the Urbana and Champaign Institute urbanaand 
; buildings, grounds and lands, together with the appurte- '^^™P'*'sn. 
i nances thereto belonging, as set forth in the following offer 
in behalf of said county, to- wit : 

"The undersigned, a committee appointed by the board Report. 

! of supervisors of Champaign county, are instructed to make 

! the following offer to the state of Illinois, in consideration 

of the permanent location of the Illinois Industrial Univer- 

■ sity at Urbana, Champaign county, viz : "We offer the 

' Urbana and Champaign Institute buildings and grounds, 

' containing about ten acres ; also, one hundred and sixty 

acres of laud adjacent thereto ; also, four hundred acres of 

land, it being part of section No. twenty-one, in township 

[ No. nineteen north, range No. nine east, distant not ex- 

; ceeding one mile from the corporate limits of the city 

of Urbana. 

"Also, four hundred and ten (410) acres of land, it being ni'nois central 

/. . Tvx • 1 • -\-r • , Railroad. 

part 01 section No. nmeteen, township JNo. nineteen, range 
No. nine east, within one mile of the buildings herein 
offered. 

"Also, the donation offered by the Illinois Central Eail- ^^^Pf'^'^ ^*- 

\ road Company of fifty thousand dollars' worth of freight 

j over said road for the benefit of said university. 



128 



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1867 



"Also, one hundred thousand dollars in Champaign county | 
bonds, due and payable in ten years, and bearing interest 
at the rate of ten per cent, per annum, and twa thousand 
dollars in fruit, shade and ornamental trees and shrubbery, 
to be selected from the nursery of M. L. Dunlap, and 
furnished at the lowest catalogue rates, making an estima- 
ted valuation of four hundred and fifty thousand dollars 
Titles. ($450,000.) Titles to be perfect, and conveyance to the 

state to be made or caused to be made by the county of 
Champaign, upon the permanent location of the Illinois 
Industrial University upon the said grounds,- so to be con- 
veyed as aforesaid, and we hereby in our official capacity 
guarantee the payment of the said bonds and the faithful 
execution of the deeds of conveyance, free from all incum- 
brances, as herein set forth. 

W. D. SOMEES, 
T. A. COSGROYE, 
C. E. MOOEHOUSE, 

Committee.^^ 

Military. § 13. The board of trustees shall, by and with the advice 

and consent of the governor and adjutant general, procure 
all such arms, accoutrements, books and instruments, and 
appoint such instructors, as may, in their discretion, be re- 
quired to impart a thorough knowledge of military tactics 
and military engineering, and they may prescribe a uniform 
dress to be worn by the pupils of the university. 

Land scrip, § 14. That upou the Organization of the board of trustees 

ana the appointment of said treasurer, and the filing with 
and the approval by said board of the bond of said treas- 
urer, and all of said foregoing acts being duly certified to 
the governor, under the hand of said regent, countersigned 
by the said recording secretary, it shall then become the 
legal duty of said governor to deliver over to said treasurer 
the land scrip issued by the United States to this state, for 
the endowment of said university, and that thereupon it shall 
become the duty of said treasurer to sell and dispose of said 
scrip at such time, place, in such manner and quantities, 
and upon such terms as such board shall, from time to 
time, prescribe, or to locate the same as said board may 
direct. Said treasurer being in all respects pertaining to 
the sale of said scrip, and the reinvestment of the proceeds 
received therefor, and the securities when reinvested, sub- 
ject to such order and control of said board as is not incon- 
sistent with this act and the act of congress providing for 
the endowment of said university. 

Investment of § 15. That all the right, title and interest of the State 

title in scrip, of Illinois in and to said land scrip, is hereby invested in 

the Illinois industrial university, for the use and purposes 

herein contained ; and said scrip shall be assigned to said 



1867 INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY. 129 

university by the governor of the state of Illinois on each 
certilicate, and attested by the secretary of state, under the 
seal of the state ; and that the transfer of said scrip to pur- 
chasers by assignment on the back thereof, by the said offi- 
cers of said university, under the seal thereof, in manner 
following, shall be deemed sufficient in law, to-wit : 

State of Illinois, | Form of receipt 

Illinois Industrial University. ) ' *"'^ ^^^^' 

For value received, the state of Illinois hereby sells and 
assigns to. . . ,the within scrip, and aiithori'^es . . . .to locate 
the same, and obtain a patent on such location. 

Given under our hands and the seal of said university 

[this day of a. d. 186 

A. B., Regent. 
C. D., Treasurer. 
loiintersigned by 

E, F., Recording Scoretary. 

16. That upon said treasurer making sale of any of Funds to be ih- 
|said scrip, he shall at once invest the fund so received, ^®'''<^'^- 
•eport the same to the said board, stating amount sold, price 
btained and how the same was by him invested ; which 
j^eport shall be filed with the recording secretary, who 
fehall transmit a copy of the same to the governor of said 
jtato, and he to the Congress of the United States, in accord- 
nice with said act of Congress. 

^ 17. That the said board shall order upon its minutes secm-ities. 
'.vhich of the several kinds of securities mentioned in the 
"ourth section of said act of congress said treasurer shall 
11 vest proceeds of sales in. 

§ 18. The bond required to be given by said treasurer Treasurei\s 
liall be conditioned for the faithful discharge of his duties aukjs!**" ^^"' 
IS treasurer of the "Illinois Industrial University," and for 
my breach thereof suit may be instituted, in the name of the 
•Illinois Industrial University ;" and it shall be deemed a 
■riininal offense for any person or persons holding in trust 
my part of the funds of said university knowingly or uegli- 
:;eiitly to misapply or misappropriate the same, indictable in 
my court having jurisdiction, in the same manner as other 
I'iines are punishable, by fine or imprisonment, at the dis- 
retion of the court, according to the nature of the oft'ense. 

§ 19. This act shall be a public act and take efi'ect and 
10 in force from and after its passage. 

Approved February 28, 1867. 



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130 INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY INTEREST. 1867 



In force March AN ACT supplemental to an act entitled "An act to provide for the organ- 
^' ^^^^- ization, endowment and maintenance of the Illinois Industrial tJniver- 

sity." 

Section 1. £e it enacted by the People of the /State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That if the 
Champaign Co. legal authorities of the county of Champaign shall not, by 
or before the first day of June, 1867, convpy or cause to be 
conveyed, to the board of trustees of the Illinois Industrial 1 
University, by a good and unincumbered title, in fee simple, 
all the real estate mentioned and contained in the proposi- 
tions of said county, and which real estate is described and 
set out in the act to which this act is supplemental, amount- 
ing to nine hundred and eighty acres of land, and if said 
county shall not also pay over and deliver to said trustees 
by said day, all the bonds and other property so offered by 
said county, mentioned in said act, then said board of trus- 
tees or a majority of them shall proceed without delay to 
permanently locate and establish said Illinois Industrial 
University in McLean, Logan or Morgan county ; such 
county so selected shall in like manner be required in all 
things to fulfill and comply with the conditions and provis- 
ions of the offer heretofore made by such county, as an in- 
ducement for the location of said university in such county. 

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

Approved March 8, 1867. 



INTEREST. 



In force Feb. 14 -A-N ACT for the transfer of a portion of the surplus of the interest fund to 
1867. the revenue fund. 

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

Surplus inter- hundred thousand dollars of the surplus of the interest 

^ ' fund, now in the treasury, be transferred, on the warrant o\ 
the auditor, to the revenue fund. 

^rbe\?anffer'- § ^' That all the surplus of the interest fund remaining! 

red. in the treasury after the payment of the installment o:l 

interest falling due on the first Monday of January, in eacli, 
and every year, in excess of fifty thousand dollars, be, iri 
like manner, transferred, on the warrant of the auditor, tcj 
the revenue fund. ! 



1867 INTEREST — LANDS. 131 

§ 3. This act shall take effect, and be in force from and 
after its passao^e. 
Appkoved February 14, 1867. 



AN ACT regulating the payment of interest on the school, college and in force Febru- 
seminary funds. ary 21, 1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly. That the Distribution 
payment of all interest accruing on the school, college or 
seminary funds, shall be made fronf the proceeds of the 
(taxes levied for interest purposes, whether the same be 
jmade by distribution to the several counties or by warrants 
jdrawn on the state treasury. 

§ 2. The provisions of the foregoing section shall apply 
fas well to the interest for the year 1866, payable January 
il, 1867, as to all payments hereafter to be made, until other- 
(wise provided by law. > 

I § 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 
i Approved February 21, 1867. 



LANDS. 



VN ACT to provide for the sale of a tract of land belonging to the state In force Feb -28, 
of Illinois, lying in Shelby county, and to amend an act entitled "An act 
to provide for the sale of the state lands, and liquidation of the state in- 
debtedness, and to grant the right of pre-emption to settlers on state 
lands," approved February 14, 1853. 

Whereas, it appears from the records in the office of the Preamble, 
luditor of public accounts, that the south half of the north- 
feast quarter of section number twenty-five (25), in township 
lumber twelve (12), north, of range number four (4), east of 
he third principal meridian, containing eighty (80) acres, 
ind situated, lying and being in the county of Shelby, and 
itate of Illinois, remains unsold and belonging to the state 
)f Illinois, and that by mistake it has not been properly 
ippraised in accordance with the provisions of an act of the 
'general assembly of this state, entitled "An act to provide 
or the sale of the state lands, and liquidations of the state 
ndebtedness, and to grant the right of pre-emption to set- . 



132 MAERIED WOMEN. 1867 

tiers on state lands," approved Febrnary 14, 1853 ; there- 
fore : 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the. People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assemtly^ That the 
Auditor to sell, auditor of public accounts be and is hereby authorized and 
directed to offer said tract of land, in the preamble men- 
tioned above, for sale at public vendue, in the city of 
Springfield, to the highest bidder, for cash, after having 
given notice of such sale, by publication in the official state 
paper, for at least sixty days therein, stating the time, place 
and terms of such sale. Upon making such sale, the 
auditor is hereby authorized and directed to keep a correct 
and complete record of such sale, in compliance with the 
requirements and provisions of said act providing for the 
sale of the state lands, etc., approved February 14, 1853, 
as aforesaid. And the appraisement provided for in said 
act is hereby dispensed with, so far as applies to the sale 
of the tract of land herein provided for. 
other acts. g 2, The auditor shall, in all other respects, comply 

with the provisions and requirements of said act, to which 
this is an amendment. 

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

Approved February 28, 186T. 



MARRIED WOMEN 



^ 



In force Mirch AN ACT in relation to married women. 

5, 1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted I>y the People of the Stats of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That married 

Maintenance, womcn who, without their fault, now live, or hereafter 
may live separate and apart from their husbands, may i 
have their remedy in equity, in their own names, j 
respectively, against their said husbands, for a rea-' 
sonable support and maintenance, while they so live, or! 
have so lived separate and apart; and, in determining the 
amount to be allowed, the court shall have reference to the 
condition of the parties in life, and the circumstances of the ^ 
respective cases ; and the court may grant allowance to en- 
able the wife to prosecute her suit, as in cases of divorce. 

How to proceed. § 2. Proceedings undcr tMs act may be instituted in; 
the county where either the husband or the wife resides ; 



1867 . mechanics' lien — minors. 133 

and the wife shall not be required to give security for costs 
in any such proceeding. 

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

Approved March 5, 1867. 



MECHANICS' LIEN. 



AN ACT to extend the provisions of an act entitled "An act for tlie better in force March 
security of mechanics erecting buildings in the state of Illinois," ap- 7,1867. 

proved February 14, 1863. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assernbly, That the Law extenaed. 
jprovisions of an act entitled " An act for the better security 
of mechanics erecting buildings in the state of Illinois," 
approved February 14, 1863, be, and the same are hereby 
extended to the counties of Lake, McHenry, Boone, Win- 
inebago, Peoria, Marshall, Stark, Putnam, Knox, Mason, 
Fulton, Kane, DuPage, Will, Coles, St. Clair and Hancock, 
in said state ; and all the provisions of said act shall extend 
to and be in force in the counties aforesaid, the same as in 
the counties mentioned in the original act. 

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

Approved March 7, 1867. 



MINORS. 



AN ACT to provide for the adoption of minors. . 1867. ""' 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
JlU»<n,% represented in the General Assembly, That any per- '^^^^^^^J'*" i"""- 
|Son desirous of adopting a child, so as to render it capable 
I of inheriting his or her estate, may present a petition to 
'the circuit or county court of his or her residence, set- 
thig forth the name, age and sex of such child ; and if 
such person desires the name changed, stating the new 



13i MINOES — NOTAEIES PUBLIC. 1867 



name, also the name of the father, or, if he be dead, or 
has abandoned his family, the mother, and if she be dead, 
the guardian, if any, and the consent of such father or 
mother to the act of adoption. And if the child has no 
father or mother, then the consent of no person shall be ne- 
cessary to said adoption. It shall be the duty of the court, 
upon being satisfied of the truth of the facts stated in the 
petition, and of the fact that such father, mother or guar- 
dian has notice of such application, and being further sat- 
isfied that such adoption will be to the interest of the child, 
to make an order declaring said child to be the adopted 
child of such person, and capable of inheriting his or her 
estate, and also what shall be the name of such child ; and 
thenceforward the relation between such person and the 
adopted child shall be, as to their legal rights and liabili- 
ties, the same as if the relation of parent and child existed 
between them, except that the adopted father or mother 
shall never inherit from the child ; but to all other persons 
the adopted child shall stand related as if no such act of 
adoption had been taken. 
Guardians. § 2. It shall be the privilege of the guardian, or any 

other person, related by blood to such child, if there be 
no father or mother, to file objections to such applications ; 
and the court, after hearing the same, shall determine, in its 
discretion, whether or not the same constitute a good 
reason for refusing the application, and if so, such applica- 
tion shall be refused. 

Approved February 22, 1867. 



NOTAEIES PUBLIC. 



In force Feb. 28, AN ACT to increase the number of notaries public in tliis state. 

1867. '■ 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of \the'\ State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assenibly, That the 

Notarie?. govcmor of the state shall appoint and commission twenty 

notaries public in each incorporated city, when the popu- 
lation does not exceed live thousand inhabitants, and thirty 

When appoint- in citics whcu the population exceeds live thousand and does 
not exceed ten thousand ; and, in addition to the above, one 
notary public in all incorporated cities for every five thou- 
sand over ten thousand inhabitants, taking the preceding cen- 
sus of said city as a basis. And every person making 



1867 NOTARIES PUBLIC — PARTNERSHIPS. 135 



I application for such appointment shall furnish the governor 
' a certificate from the hand and seal of the mayor of said city, 
i showing the population of said city ; and the governor shall 
' also appoint five notaries public in each township or precinct 
: in which are no incorporated cities. And said notaries public 
■ shall be appointed on petition, and in the same manner, except 
i by and with the advice and consent of the senate and shall 
I perform the same duties, and be liable to the same respousi- 
' bilities as prescribed in said chapter, entitled " Notaries 
; public," approved March 3, 1S45. 

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

Approved February 28, 1867. 



AN ACT in relation to notaries pulolic in the city of Freeport. In force Febni- 

^ • * ary 28, 18G7. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the state of 
Illinois, reiwesented in the General Assemhly, That in ^taries*?"'^^ "" 
; addition to the notaries public now authorized by law in the 
: city of Freeport, the governor shall and he is hereby 
authorized to appoint from the attorneys at law, residing in 
i said city of Freeport any number of notaries public, not 
exceeding ten, who shall give the same bond and exercise 
. the same powers, and hold their office for the same term as 
the notaries public now authorized by law ; but no petition 
or recommendation shall be required prior to the appoint- 
ment of notaries public provided for by this act. 

§ 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 
Approved February 28, 1867. 



PARTNERSHIPS. 



AX ACT to amend an act entitled "An act in relation to limited" partner- in force Feb.18, 
ships," approved February 23, 1847. 1S67. 

Section 1 . Be it enacted hy the Feo'ple of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That all i^'ssoiutions. 
limited partnerships that have been heretofore, or may 
hereafter be formed in this state, under or by virtue of an 
act entitled "An act in relation to limited partnerships," 



136 



PARTNERSHIPS. 



1867 



Supplemental 
certificates. 



Death. 



Heirs. 



approved February 23, 1847, may, if the parties to the same 
so desire, state in the certificate provided for in the 
fourth section of the act to which this is an amendment, in 
addition to what is therein required to be stated, the terms 
upon which such limited partnerships may be dissolved ; 
and may provide that the same shall not be dissolved until 
the time limited in such certificate shall have elapsed. 

§ 2. Limited partnerships already form'ed under the act 
to which this is an amendment, shall, if the parties thereto 
desire to avail themselves of the provisions of this act, 
make a supplemental certificate to that required" by section 
four of the aforesaid act, as contemplated in section one (1) 
of this act, which shall be signed by the parties to such 
limited partnership and acknowledged and recorded in the 
same manner as the original certificate. 

§ 3. It shall be lawful for all limited partnerships, now 
formed or hereafter to be formed, to provide in their articles 
of copartnership what, in case of the decease of any of the 
general partners, shall be the relative rights of the heirs 
and legal representatives of the general partners respect- 
ively, upon what contingency the death of any of the general 
partners shall operate as a dissolution of the partnership, 
and how and in what manner the business of such partner- 
ship shall be carried on in case of the decease of any of the 
general partners ; and such agreement shall be binding 
upon all the parties to such partnerships, their heirs and 
legal representatives. 

§ 4. Such limited partnerships as shall avail themselves 
of the provisions of this act shall not be dissolved, except 
upon the terms set forth in the certificate herein before 
provided for, and shall continue until the full period for 
which such limited partnership was formed shall have 
elapsed, notwithstanding the death of any of the parties to 
such limited partnerships, it one of the general partners (if 
there should be more than one) shall survive to carry on 
tlie business of such limited partnership : Provided^ that 
in case of the decease of any or either of the general part- 
ners it shall be the duty of the surviving general partner or 
partners to make a certificate of that fact, verified by atfi- 
davit, which shall be filed and recorded in the same ofiice 
or offices as the original certificate provided for in the act 
to which this an amendment ; and thereupon the heirs and 
legal representatives of such deceased general partner shall, 
unless otherwise provided for in the articles of copartner- 
ship, as contemplated in section three (3) of this act, or 
agreed upon between them and the surviving general part- 
ner or partners, stand in the same relation to such limited 
partnership as the special partner or partners, subject to no 
greater liabilities and entitled to the same relative rights : 
And ^provided further^ that nothing herein contained shall 



1867 PENITENTIARIES. 137 



be so construed as to prevent the dissolution of such limited 
partnerships at any time, for, or on account of fraud in the 
general partner or partners, nor to prevent the jurisdiction 
of a court of chancery in compelling an account of the 

, partnership business, or in protecting the rights of any par- 

' ties interested in such partnership, 

8 5. Such portions of the act to which this is an amend- Conflicting laws 

o , '^ „• -ii- 11 11 repealed. 

ment as are m connict with this act are hereby repealed : 
Provided, hoioever, that nothing herein contained shall be 
so construed as to aflect limited partnerships that have 
i been or may hereafter be formed under the provisions of 
said act, unless the parties thereto shall have availed them- 
selves of the provisions of this act. 

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

Approved February IS, 1867. 



PENITENTIARIES. 



AN ACT to lease the penitentiary. I" force Feb. 27 



1867 



Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the pen- 
itentiary of the state of Illinois, located in Joliet, in the ''''^^^" 
county of Will, of said state, and the labor of the convicts 
confined or who may hereafter be confined therein, shall be 
and the same hereby are leased to Moses M. Bane, George 
W. Burns and Reuben B. Hatch of Adam.s county, and 
state of Illinois; Thomas O. Osborne, of Cook county, and 
state aforesaid, and Daniel Dustin of DeKalb county, and 
state aforesaid, their executors, administrators and assigns, 
and upon the following terms and conditions, to-wit : The 
said lease, hereby authorized and granted, shall take effect, 
and the term thereof commence from and after the expira- 
tion of the present lease made to James M. Pitman and his 
representatives, which lease, by its terms, expires on the 
tenth (10) day of June, a. d. 1869, and shall continue eight 
(8) years, from and after the date of said commencement. 

g 2. Said lessees do hereby bind themselves, in consid- conditions. 
eration of said lease to furnish, at their own expense, the 
necessary guards, also to feed and clothe the convicts, and 
furnish all necessary beds and bedding for the cells ; also, 
to furnish said convicts on their discharge from the peniten- 
tiar}^, each with a suitable suit of citizen's clothing and such 



138 



PENITENTIARIES. 



1867 



Bonds. 



Police. 



Accidents. 



sum of money as may be necessary to pay tare and reason- 
able expenses to the place of his conviction ; also, to furnish 
the convicts with such stationery and postage as may be 
necessary ; also, to pay all expenses of burying the dead in 
said prison, and recapturing escaped convicts, 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. Said lessees shall enter into bond,, conditioned to 
abide by and perform all the provisions of this act, so far 
as the same apply to the duties and obligations of said 
lessees ; which bond shall be made to the people of the 
state of Illinois in the penal sum of thirty thousand (^30,000) 
dollars, with good and sufficient securities, to be approved 
by the governor ; which bond shall be executed within 
thirty (30) days after this act becomes a law, and shall be 
filed with the secretary of state, and shall be renewed, 
whenever in the opinion of the governor, the securities 
become insufficient. 

§ 4. All laws, not inconsistent with this act, respecting 
the police and general management of the penitentiary, and 
all other acts, not inconsistent with the terms of said 
lease, as the legislature may from time to time enact and 
provide for the welfare, instruction and reformation of the 
said convicts, shall be in force and binding upon said lessees. 

§ 5. That in case of injury, by fire or other unavoidable 
accident, so damaging the penitentiary and the property 
therein belonging to the state, as to render the shops and 
machinery useless to said lessees for the purposes of said 
lease, or the appearance or existence of any epidemic 
scourge or disease, such as small-pox or cholera, then in such 
case said lessees shall be paid by the state for all the expendi- 
tures in guarding, feeding, clothing, bedding and other 
expenses necessarily growing out of the aforesaid injury, by 
fire or such epidemic, in or to the penitentiary and other 
property of the state, until the same is repaired or such 
epidemic has ceased. Said repairs shall be made under 
and by the direction of the warden, and approved by the 
commissioners of the penitentiary and the governor of the 
state ; and the warden shall be paid for the same, together 
with all expenses and losses arising from the causes 
aforesaid, in manner and form as is provided for the pay- 
ment of the salary of the warden and other expenses of the 
penitentiary. 

§ 6. That in case said lessees of the said penitentiary, 
under and by virtue of this lease, shall in anywise fail to 
perform the conditions of this contract the governor of the 
state shall have the right, and it shall be his duty, upon 
sixty (60) days' notice to the said lessees of such intention, 
to declare this lease forfeited ; and if the legislature is not 
in session he shall control and lease the said penitentiary 
imtij the next meeting of the general assembly. 



Failure. 



1867 PENITENTIARIES. 139 



§ 7. The said lessees under this act shall, at no time ^transllr.^' 
during the continuance of the said lease, transfer or sell this 
lease, or any part thereof, except by and with the consent 
of the governor of the state. 

§ 8. All sales of material or goods produced or manu- wholesale. 
factured by the said lessees shall be by wholesale. 

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

Appeoved February 27, 1867. 



AN ACT supplementary to an act entitled "An act to lease the peniten- In force March 



tiary. 



5, 1S67. 



Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State ^ of 
Illinois, represented in the General Asseinbly, That section state not iiabie. 
live (5) of an act approved February 27, 1867, shall not be 
80 construed as to mean that the state shall be liable to said 
lessees for any losses or damages, sustained by them and 
resulting from their inability to work said convicts during 
such repairs or epidemic. 

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

Approved March 5, 1867. 



PROTECTION OF PEjElSONAL LIBERTY. 



AN ACT for the protection of personal liberty. In force March 

5, 1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, rep) esented in the General Assembly, That no super- insane hospital 
intendent, medical director, agent, or other person, having 
the management, supervision or control of the insane hospi- 
tal at Jacksonville, or of any hospital or asylum for insane 
and distracted persons in this state, shall receive, detain or 
keep in custody at such asylum or hospital, any person who 
has not been declared insane or distracted by a verdict of a 
jury and the order of a court, as provided by an act of the 
general assembly of this state, approved February 16, 1865. 

§ 2. Any person having charge of or the management Misdemeanors. 
or control of any hospital for the insane, or any asylum for 
the insane, in this state, who shall receive, keep or detain 



14:0 PROTECTION OF PERSONAL LIBERTY. 1867 

any person in such asylum or hospital, against the wishes 
of such person, without the record or proper certificate of 
the trial required by the said act of 1865, shall be deemed 
guilty of a high misdemeanor, and shall be liable to indict- 
ment, and, on conviction, be lined not more than one thou- 
sand dollars, nor less than five hundred dollars, or impris- 
oned not exceeding one year nor less than three months; 
or both, in the discretion of the court before which such 
conviction is had :• Provided^ that one-half of such fine shall 
be paid to the informant and the balance shall go to the 
benefit of the hospital or asylum in which such person was 
detained. 

'^'■'^^- § 3. Any person now confined in any insane hospital or 

asylum, and all persons now confined in the hospital for the 
insane at Jacksonville, who have not been tried and found 
insane or distracted by the verdict of a iury, as provided in 
and contemplated by said act of the general assembly, of 
1865, shall be permitted to have such trial. All such per- 
sons shall be informed by the trustees of said hospital or 
asylum, in their discretion, of the provisions of this act and 
of the said act of 1865 ; and, on their request, such persons 
shall be entitled to such trial within a reasonable time 
thereafter : Provided^ that such trial may be had in the 
county where such person is confined or detained, unless 
such person, his or her friends, shall, within thirty days 
after any such person may demand a trial under the pro- 
visions of said act of 1865, provide for the transportation 
of such person to and demand triaL in the county where 
such insane person resided previous to said detention, in 
which case such trial shall take place in said last mentioned 
county. 

To be liberated. § ^- All persons confiucd, as aforesaid, if not found in- 
sane or distracted by a trial and the verdict of a jury, as 
above, and in the said act of 1865: Provided^ within two 
months after the passage of this act, shall be set at liberty 
and discharged. 

state's attorney § 5. It shall bc the duty of the state's attorneys for the 
several counties to prosecute any suit arising under the pro- 
visions of this act. 

§ 6. This act shall be deemed a public act and take 
eflect and be in force from and after it§ passage. 
Approved March 5, 1867. 



1S67 PLANK ROADS — PUBLIC LAWS. 141 



PLANK ROADS. 



AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act to provide for the construction jn force March 
of plank roads by a general law," approved February 12, 1849, and the 5.1867. 
several acts amendatory thereof. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by tlie Peojile of the State of 
lUinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the 
provisions of the said acts shall apply to and embrace Mac- MacAdamized 
adamized and turnpike roads, and the organization and f^nd turnpikes 
incorporation of companies for the purpose of making such 
roads, the same as if such roads were expressly named in 
the said acts. And the said companies shall have the same 
rights and franchises, and be subject to the same liabilities 
and restrictions as provided in the said acts in relation to 
plank roads. 

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

Approved March 5, 1867. 



PUBLIC LAWS. 



AN' ACT authorizing Messrs. Callaghan and Cutler, of Chicago, to publish in force Feb. 
the public laws, as passed at each session of the general assembly of this 25, 186V, 
state. 
' Preambles, 

: "Whereas, the number of copies of the public acts of the 
general assembly of this state are insufficient to supply the 
wants of those outside of the public offices of the state and 
counties oT Illinois; and, whereas, a cheap edition of the 

• session laws of the state is desirable for the legal profession, 
I and others desiring a copy of the public laws ; therefore, 

• Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, repre&enied in the General Assembly, That Messrs. cuulr. 

' Callaghan and Cutler, law-book publishers of Chicago, be, 

i and they are hereby authorized to publish such an edition 

of the public laws of the state of Illinois, passed at each 

session of the general assembly, as they may deem proper, 

; and sell the same upon their own private account : Provi- 

' ded, that they shall procure a true copy of each and every 

public law passed by the said general assembly at each and 

, every session thereof, after the enrollment and deposit of 

; the same in the office of the secretary of state, from the 



142 PUBLIC LAWS. 1867 

said secretary, and shall procure his certificate that the same 
are true copies of the public laws as enrolled. 
'\Ta?e\oTurnish § 2- Be it further enacted, That it shall be, and ishere- 
copies. by made the duty of the secretary of state to furnish, ou 

demand, to the said Callaghan and Cutler, copies of all the 
session laws of each session of the general assembly, duly 
certified to be correct, for which services he shall be paid 
by the said Callaghan and Cutler a reasonable compensa- 
tion. 
^£^8.^''°'" '^'' § 3. Be it further enacted, That all public laws publish- 
ed by the said Callaghan and Cutler, in pursuance of this 
act, shall be and the same are hereby declared to bej^rt-'ma 
facie evidence of the existence of such laws, in and before 
all courts of law and equity in this state. 

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

Approved February 25, 1867. 



In force Feb') AN ACT in relation to publishing the public laws of the state of Illinois. 
25, 1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted ly the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That all the 
^sta\l*fo^certify pubHc laws of the State of Illinois, to be published hereaf- 
ter, shall be dulv certified to by the secretary of state as 
correct copies of said laws as enrolled in the office of said 
secretary of state, which certificate shall be published with 
the same, and without such certificate no publication shall 
be received as evidence of the existence of such laws in 
any court of law or equity in this state. 

§ 2. All acts or parts of acts conflicting with the pro- 
visions of this act are hereby repealed. 

§ 3. This act shall be in force from and after its pas- 
sage. 

Approved February 25, 1867. 



!l867 PUBLIC DEBT — PRINTING AND BINDING. 143 



PUBLIC DEBT. 



AX ACT providing for a reduction in the rate of state taxation for pay- In force March 
nient of interest accruing on the public debt. '^' 1^^'- 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
\ Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That it shall ^uchtor-s duty. 
be the duty of the auditor of public accounts, annually, to 
compute and estimate a rate of taxation sufficient to pro- 
ivide for and pay the accruing interest on the public debt of 
this state; and whenever such rate, so computed and esti- 
i mated, shall iall below the rate now required by law, such 
jrate, so computed, shall be taken as the rate of taxation fur 
that year; and the auditor shall certify the same to the 
several county clerks, and the said clerks shall extend such 
rate of taxation, so certified, in lieu of the rate now pro- 
vided by law. 

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

Approved Slarch 6, 1867. 



PRINTING AND BINDING. 



AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act to reduce the several acts in i^ force March 
relation to printing and binding, into one act, and to amend the same." 7, 1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That section provision 
one (1) of the act entitled "An act to reduce the several ^^'''"'^ °"*" 
acts in relation to printing and binding, into one act, and 
to amend the same," approved February 16, 1865, be, and 
the same ig hereby amended, so as to strike out the follow- 
ing proviso, viz : "''Provided, that no contract for printing 
or binding shall be let to any person not a resident of this 
state, nor to any person who is not doing business as a 
printer or binder, as the case may be, in this state." 

§ 2. That section two of the aforesaid act be, and the Any printer, 
same is hereby amended, so that instead of reading " to 
contract with some responsible printer or printers," it shall 
read " to contract with some responsible bidder or bidders." 



144r RAILWAYS. 1867 

Bidder § 3. That SGCtion seventeen (17) of the aforesaid act be, 

and the same is hereby amended, so that instead of read- 
ing " to contract with some responsible book binder or 
binders, who reside in and carry on the business of book 
binding in the state," to read "to contract with some re- 
sponsible bidder or bidders." 

§ 4r. All acts or parts of acts conflicting with the pro- 
visions of this act, are hereby repealed. 

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

Approved iVlarch 7, 1867. 



In force March 
5. 1867. 



EAILWAYS. 



AN ACT concerning branch railways in this state. 



Section 1. Be it enacted hy the Peojple of the State of 
Illinois^ 7^epresented in the General Assembly^ That when- 
xMay select ex- ever the lincs of any railroads in this state shall cross or in- 
^*''*'^" tersect, it shall be the duty of the companies or persons 

controlling or managing such railroads to make just and 
equitable contracts for the interchange of business and for 
the accommodation of such business as it may be desirable 
to transact over all or a portion of each of said intersecting 
lines, to both lines ; and in case the officers of said compa- 
nies can not agree as to the manner and terms upon which 
such joint business shall be interchanged, the said companies 
shall each choose an impartial person, familiar with the 
management of railroads, and the two thus chosen shall 
select a third person to act with them ; and the award of 
the persons thus selected, or a majority of them, as to the 
terms, and manner for transacting said joint business, shall 
be conclusive and binding upon both parties. In case either 
of said roads shall refuse to select such referee, then the 
county court may select such referee, upon application of 
either party. 

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

Approved March 5, 1867. - 



[867 RKDEMPTION OF LANDS. 145 



REDEMPTION OF LANDS. 



.N ACT in relation to the redemption of certain lands bid off for and sold In forco March 
to the state, under an execution in its favor, against Abram Highlands ^' ■'■^^'^• 

and others. 

"Wheeeas, on the 30th day of May, 1863, Thomas A. Preamble 
[klarshall, as grantee of Abram Highland, redeemed the 
irest half of the south-east quarter of section number 
yenty-three (23), in township number twelve (12) north, 
f range number nine (9) east of third principal meridian, 
•y paying to Isaiah II. Johnson, then acting as deputy 
iheriff of Coles county, the sum of five hundred and sev- 
•nty-seven dollars and seventy-one cents, being the amount 
pr which said tract of land had been sold, with interest at 
he rate of ten per cent, from the day of the sale, which was 
vithin twelve months previous, taking his certificate of 
edemption therefor, which he caused to be recorded in the 
•roper oflice ; and, whereas, the said Isaiah H. Johnson, 
ieputy sheriff, as aforesaid, did, on the same day, send that 
ium of money to the state treasurer at Springfield by the 
lands of Jacob J. Brown, who was robbed of the same 
omewhere on the road between Coles county and Spring- 
ield; therefore, 

■ Section 1. Be It enacted hy the FeojAe of the State of 
Tllmoos, represented in the G-eneral Assembly^ That the Mayrodeom. 
;aid Abram Highland, or his grantees, shall be entitled to 
: 'edeem any of the lands sold under the said execution, 
rt^hich have not been heretofore redeemed or sold by the 
state, by paying into the state treasury, at any time within 
')ne year from the passage of this act, the amount for which 
oUch lands, or any tract of them sold, with interest at six 
)er cent, per annum, from the time of the sale to the time 
)f redemption. 

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

Approved March 6, 1867. 



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14:6 



REPORTERS — OFFICIAL. 



186T 



REPORTEKS— OFFICIAL. 



In force March AN ACT for the appointment of official reporters, and for the preservation 
'^' ■'■^^^* of evidence in certain cases, in Cook county. '• 



Phonographic 
reporters. 



Ciyil actions. 



Criminal. 



Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of\ 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly, That tlie 
judges of the superior court of Chicago, the circuit court of \ 
Cook county, the recorder's court of the city of Chicago, | 
and the county court of Cook county, or a majority of them, j 
are hereby authorized to appoint three phonographic re- \ 
porters, to be styled "official reporters of the courts of: 
Chicago," who shall be skilled in the practice of their art, i 
and shall hold their position until removed, as hereinafter ' 
mentioned : Provided, however, that a majority of the said i 
judges shall have power to remove any or either of said \ 
official reporters on account of misbehavior or negligence ' 
in the discharge of his or their said duties, the order for the \ 
same to be entered upon the record of either of said courts ; \ 
and any vacancy caused by such removal, and by death, i 
resignation or otherwise, to fill by appointment, as in the J 
first instance. i 

§ 2. In any civil action in the circuit court of Cook ! 
county, or the superior court of Chicago, whenever either \ 
party to said action, or their counsel or attorney, shall de- \ 
sire a shorthand report of the evidence or any proceedings 
therein, if the presiding judge shall deem the case a fit one to i 
be reported, said judge shall direct and it shall be the duty i 
of said official reporters to cause full phonographic notes of ; 
the same to be taken, and the same, if desired by either or I 
both of said parties, to said cause, to be forthwith fairly i 
transcribed. The charges for the taking of said phono- 1 
graphic notes and for the transcription thereof, when made, 
shall be estimated and certified by the said presiding judge; 
and, when so certified, shall be forthwith paid, under the ' 
order of the court, by the party on whose behalf the same i 
was ordered ; and the amount so paid shall be allowed and ' 
taxed as costs in said cause : Provided, however, that the ' 
said transcription, when paid for, shall be tiled in said court j 
among the papers in said cause, subject to be used by the | 
respective parties, as the court shall direct. And provided, ' 
moreover, that upon a failure to pay said charges, under ; 
such order of court, the party or parties so failing may be I 
proceeded against by attachment, as in other cases, for non- 1 
compliance with the orders of the court. _ | 

§ 3. Whenever, in any criminal case in either of said i 
courts in this act mentioned, the presiding judge, on behalf j 
of the accused, and the prosecuting attorney, on behalf of 



1867 REPOKTEKS — OFFICIAL. ],47 

the people, shall deem the cause a proper one to be reported 

'in short-hand, it shall be the duty of said official reporters 

cause full phonographic notes of the evidence or pro- 

V ediiigs in such case to be taken, and the same, if desired, 

> be forthwith fairly transcribed ; and the said transcrip- 

;ion, when so made, to be filed in said court among the 

bapers in said cause. The charges for the taking of said 

lotes, and for the transcription thereof, when made, to be 

jstimated and certified by the said presiding judge and 

jrosecuting attorney; and, when so certified, the same shall 

)e paid by the county treasurer of said Cook county, upon 

he written order of said presiding judge and prosecutina; 

ittorney, out of any contingent funds of the county on hand 

jn his office. 

I § 4.. When, in any settlement of estates, or matter of Probate. 
M'obate, or any other application in the county court of 
3ook county, the parties thereto, or the presiding judge, 
.hall deem it advisable that the evidence, or any proceed- 
ings therein, shall be reported in short-hand, the said judge 
;hall direct, and it shall be the duty of the said official 
reporters to cause full phonographic notes of the same to be 
laken, and the same, if desired by either or both of said 
Darties, or by said judge, to be forthwith fairly transcribed, 
he charges for the same to be estimated by the said pre- 
tiding judge, and paid, under the order of the court : 
Provided^ however, that in all matters touching the probate 
[)f wills, in which oral proof shall be given, where the same 
\hall be so reported, the said transcript, so made, shall be 
died in said court, after being signed by the witnesses, de- 
oonent or affiant, unless said signing of such record of 
)roof by the witnesses, deponent or affiant, shall be waived 
)y said judge, in which case, such record, after being 
Luthenticated by the certificate of said judge, shall be 
leemed to be the record of any proof so taken. 

§ 5. Whenever any master in chancery of the superior chancery. 
;ourt of Chicago, or circuit court of Cook county, or re- 
;order's court of the city of Chicago, shall deem it for the 
nterest of the parties that evidence to be taken before him 
n any case shall be taken in short-hand, he shall be at lib- 
erty to employ the services for that purpose of the said 
official reporters, whose duty it shall be to cause full pho- 
aographic notes of the said evidence to be taken, and the 
5ame forthwith to be fairly transcribed and delivered to the 
laid master, who shall, upon such delivery, estimate and 
ax the actual costs of the said taking and transcription ; 
md the same shall be allowed and taxed as master's 
:30sts in such cause in addition to the proper charges by the 
inaster. 

, § 6. The official reporters appointed under this act, and oath and bond. 
their successors, before entering upon the duties of their 



148 EECOEDS — BELIEF. 1867 

office, shall severally give bond, with sufficient security, in 
the sum of five thousand dollars, conditioned for the due 
and faithful performance of said official duties, which bond 
shall be filed in the superior court of Chicago; and, if for- 
feited, suit may be instituted thereon for the use of the par- 
ty injured by such forfeiture. 

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

Appkoved March 6, 1867. 



RECORDS 




In force Februa- AN ACT to regulate tlje indexine; of records. 

ry 28, 1867. '' . / ^ 

Section 1. jBe it enacted iy the People of the State of ! 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the [ 
^named^ *° ^^ rccordcr of any deed or other instrument executed by any \ 
special commissioner appointed by any court in this state i 
to sell real estate, or by any trustee, sheriff, master in chan- ! 
eery, executor, administrator, guardian, or other person ! 
standing in a fiduciar}'- capacity established by law, shall ; 
index said record, by naming as grantor the person or per- [ 
sons whose lands shall have been sold and as grantee the ; 
person to whom said conveyance is made, and shall note 
in the index the character of the deed or instrument so 
recorded. 

Approved February 28, 1867. 



RELIEF. 



In force Feb. 15, AN ACT for the relief of Christopher G. Vaughn. 

1867. ° 

Whereas, Christopher G. Vaughn, late sheriff and, ex offi- 
cio, collector of the revenue of the county of Jefferson, hav- 
ing on hand the sum of twenty-six hundred and two dollars 
and forty-five cents, the same being moneys collected and| 
payable into the state treasury as state tax for the year a. b. 
1865; and whereas, the said county of Jefferson was, at; 
that time, destitute of a safe or other place of deposit forj 
public inoneys, and for want of such safe or place of deposit^ 



1867 RELIEF. 149 

said collector had the said moneys on deposit in the private 
i3afe of one Harvey T. Pace, in the town of Mt. Yernon, in 
,^aid county, by favor and permission of the said Pace, said 
safe being strong and of the kind commonly regarded burglar 
•proof; and whereas, on the night of the fifth day April, a. 
p. 1866, said safe was broken open by burglars and the said 
poneys, together with other moneys belonging to the said 
county of Jefferson, and for which said Vaughn is liable to 
isaid county, was burglariously taken and abstracted from 
said safe — the said sum belonging to the said county being 
six hundred dollars; and whereas, the utmost diligence on 
the part of said collector to discover the person and to 
recover the said moneys has proved unavailing; therefore, 
: Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the Auditor to cred- 
auditor of public accounts be and he is hereby authorized ' "'"o"" • 
to credit the said Christopher G, Yaughn, sheriff and col- 
lector of the county of Jefferson, and state of Illinois, with 
the said sum of twenty-six hundred and two dollars and 
forty-five cents, due from him as such collector for the year 
of 1865 — the said auditor being satisfied that the said Chris- 
topher G. Yaughn has fully and fairly accounted for all 
other moneys due the state that have actually come into 
his hands by virtue of his said ofiice, 

§ 2. That the county court of the county of Jefferson county court 
is hereby authorized and empowered, if they think proper ^^^ relieve. 
so to do, by any lawful means to relieve said Yaughn from 
the payment into the county treasury of said sum of six 
hundred dollars, or, in case the same is already paid over, 
to draw their order for the said sum on the treasurer of said 
county, in favor of said Christopher G. Yaughn, 

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

Appeoved February 15, 1867. 



AN ACT for the relief of Joseph Dyson. In force Feb. 25, 

1867. 



Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That Joseph 
Dyson, of Schuyler county, Illinois, and late sheriff of said 
county, be and he is hereby relieved from the payment of 
a certain judgment for two hundred dollars, rendered in the 
Schuyler county circuit court, Illinois, in favor of the peo- 
ple of the state of Illinois, against said Dyson ; which said 
judgment was rendered on a recognizance in favor of said 
people, given by said Dyson and one Edward Edwards, for 
the appearance of said Edwards at said circuit court, and 
the clerj? of the circuit court of said county is hereby. 



Judgment re- 
leased. 



150 



RELIEF. 



1867 



authorized to cancel said judgment on the records of said ' 
court. i 

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

Approved February 25, 1867. 



la force Feb. 25, 
1867. 



Canal bonds. 



AN ACT for the relief of the widow and heirs of James H. Collins. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the 
auditor of public accounts be and he is hereby directed, 
upon the application of the administrator and administra- 
trix of James H. Collins, late of Cook county, deceased, or 
their duly authorized attorney, and the filing with said 
auditor of a duly certified copy of the letters of administra- 
tion upon the estate of said Collins, and affidavits, satisfac- 
tory to him, of the loss of the bond hereinafter named, 
together with a bond of indemnity, in double the amount 
of the warrant herein authorized to be issued, and a proper 
receipt for the amount hereinafter named, to issue to and 
draw in favor of such administrator and administratrix, or 
their attorney, his warrant upon the treasurer of state, for 
the amount of canal bond, numbered "Six hundred and 
fifty-seven, (657,) the same being one thousand dollars, 
issued to J. H. Collins, April 6, 18i9, under and by virtue 
of the provisions of an act entitled "An act to fund state 
scrip," approved February 22nd, 1817, and which said 
bond has been lost, together with interest thereon at six 
per centum per annum, from July Ist, 1817, the date of 
said bond; which said warrant shall be paid by the state 
treasurer, out of any money not otherwise appropriated. 

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

Approved February 25, 1867. 



In force Feb. 28, AN ACT for the relief of Georpre L. Huntinj^ton and John S. Vredenburg. 

1867. o o 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That George i 
L. Huntington and John S. Vredenburg, who were and j 
are bail for the appearance of Eugene P. Clover, to the | 
Sangamon circuit court, the condition of said bond having | 
been forfeited and judgment obtained on the same, be and ' 



Discharged 
from judg- 
ment. 



1867 RELIEF, 151 

they are hereby discharged from the judgment on said bail 
bond by tlie payment of costs to the officers of said court. 

§ 2. This act shall take eft'ect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Approved February 28, 1867. 



AN ACT for the relief of the heirs at law of Edward Benient. In force March 

7, 1867. 

[Section 1.] Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That when- interest stock 
ever the heirs or legal representatives of Edward Bement certificates, 
shall execute a good and sufficient bond, in the sum of four 
thousand five hundred dollars, payable to the state of Illi- 
nois, with such securities as shall be approved by the gover- 
nor and secretary of state and conditioned for the full 
indemnity of the state against the production, payment or 
liability, in any manner whatsoever, by reason of two certain 
certificates of the state of Illinois, denominated " Interest 
Stock of 1857," and numbered 2599, for one thousand dol- 
lars, and 2600, for one thousand one hundred and thirty-six 
dollars, (describing in said indemnity bond said certificates, 
to the satisfaction of the governor,) 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 new certifi- 
cates, bearing corresponding numbers, and for the same 
amounts as the certificates herein above recited, payable to 
Edward Bement ; and each of said certificates shall bear 
upon its face the word " Duplicate" ; which said certificates 
so issued in pursuance of this act, shall be of the same force 
and effect of the original certificates heretofore issued to 
the said Edward Bement, and dated July 1st, 1857, and 
lost on or about the 27th day of October, 1858, and shall 
entitle the holder thereof to the same rights, privileges and 
payments, in all respects whatsoever, as though he were 
the holder of the original certificates. 

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

Approved March 7, 1867. 



152 



BELIEF. 



1867 



ted. 



Clerk of St. 
Clair county 



In force March AN ACT for the relief of the citizens of the American Bottom, in St. Chiir 
^> 1S6T. county. 

Section 1. £e it enacted hy the Reoyle of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the 
state tax dona- state tax raised in townships one and two of north ranges 
nine and ten, (T. 1 and 2 N. E. 9 and T. 1 and 2 N. R. 10,) 
west of the third principal meridian, in St. Clair county, 
Illinois, be and the same is hereby appropriated for the 
term of five years, to assist in paying for building, impro- 
ving and repairing levees and embankments biiilt and to be 
built by the American Bottom Board of Improvement, char- 
tered by an act of this general assembly, approved 10th 
February, 1853, to prevent the lands in the American Bot- 
tom in said townships from being overflowed by the high 
waters of the Mississippi river. 

§ 2. It shall be the duty of the county clerk of St. Clair 
county to give to the treasurer of the American Bottom 
Board of Improvement, as soon as practicable after the 
return of the tax books each year, including the year 1866, 
be made to him by the assessor, a certificate of the amount 
ot state tax to be collected from the townships named in 
the first section of this act, and also shall transmit to the 
auditor of public accounts a similar certificate each year ; 
and when said tax shall be collected each year, including 
the tax for the year 1866, the county collector, on presenta- 
tion of the certificate to him, shall, after the deduction of 
legal abatements and commissions, and upon the filing of 
the bond hereinafter required, pay over to the treasurer of 
the said American Bottom Board of Improvement the bal- 
ance of the amount so certified ; and the auditor of public 
accounts is hereby authorized to give said collector credit 
for the amount of said certificate, upon a settlement, with 
him for taxes due to the state. 

§ 3. It shall be the duty of said treasurer to pay out the 
said money, so received by him from said collector, for the 
purpose of paying the expenses hereafter to be incurred in 
building, improving or repairing said levees and embank- 
ments, and the interest upon the same, as may be deemed 
best by the board of directors of said company — said 
American Bottom Board of Improvement — and under their 
order and direction. 

§ 4. The said company shall, each year, by its president 
and secretary, enter into bond to the people of the state of 
Illinois, with security, to be approved by the judge of the 
24th judicial circuit of the state of Illinois, in the penal 
sum of twenty thousand dollars, conditioned for the due ! 
and faithful application of said money, as provided herein, i 
and for the repayment to the state of any Bum which may 



Treasurer's du 
ties. 



Company to 
give bonds. 



,1867 RELIEF. 153 

come into the hands of said treasurer, not needed for the 
purposes aforesaid. 

§ 5. It shall be the duty of said company — the Ameri- Duty of com- 
can BottoiT. Board of Improvement — on the first day of ^'''"^' 
iDecember, each year, to tile with the clerk a statement, 
sworn to by the president and secretary of said company, 
of the amount received each year, under the provisions of 
this act, and the manner in which the same has been 
expended ; and whenever it shall appear that there is no 
need for the further application of the state tax as afore- 
isaid, then no further sum shall be paid into the state treas- 
lury, as in other cases. 

! § 6. Nothing herein contained shall in any manner Not to conflict, 
interfere with the powers, rights and privileges contained 
in the act of incorporation of the said American Bottom 
iBoard of Improvement. 

§ 7. This act to be a public act, and be in force from 
■and after its passage. 

Approved March 6, 1867. 



AN ACT for the relief of certain persons therein named. In force March 

6,1867. 

Section 1. Be it endcted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assemhly, That Edward Released on re- 
B. Green, Robert Bell, John J. Lescher, Larie Aborn, ^"smzance. 
|Robert Parkinson, George "W. Brown, Isaac N. Jaquess, 
Alexander C. Edgar, James Calverley, James W. Eigg, 
Francis M. Rigg, John T. Risley, Earner B. Risley, William 
0. Deputy, James M. Mundy, William R. Mundy, Gilbert 
u. Turner, Thomas J. Shannon, Edwin S. Russell, John 
Schrodt, jr., James C. Ashford, John Prescott, William 
■dm, Alexander Wood, Ira Wood, William R. Wilkinson, 
Thomas Wilkinson, and James P. McISTair, be and they are 
iiereby released and forever discharged from all liability to 
the people of the state of Illinois, and all others interested 
:herein, upon two certain recognizances taken and approved 
by the Hon. Silas L. Bryan, judge of the second judicial 
circuit [court] of Illinois, for the appearance of one Hiram 
Stanton at the March term of the Marion county circuit 
30urt A. D., 1865, to answer two indictments therein pending 
igainst him, one for the supposed murder of George W. 
Besore, and the other for the supposed murder of Zachariah 
Newkirk. 

§ 2. It shall be the duty of the state's attorney of the state attorney 
judicial circuit wherein any proceedings to take out execu- *° dismiss. 
tion upon the said recognizances may be pending, to dismiss 

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164 RELIEF. 186Y 

the same at the first term of the circuit court therein, after 
the passage of this act. 

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

Approved March 6, 1867. 



In force May AN ACT for the relief of John G. Jarvis, William W. -Jarvis, Henry M. 
^' ^^^"^^ Kimball, James B. Andrews and Samuel Pitman. 

• Section 1. £e it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Release on re- llUnois, represented in the General Assembly^ That, John G, 
cognizance, j^^^.^^ William W. Jarvis, Henry M. Kimball, James B. 
Andrews and Samuel Pitman, are hereby released and dis- 
charged from their liability as sureties upon the recognizance \ 
of "William G. Jarvis, in Macoupin circuit court, and from , 
the judgment of said court on said recognizance, of Sep- 1 
To pay ceeta. tcmbcr term 1866 : Provided, that nothing in this act shall I 
be construed to discharge said parties or any of them from 
the payment of the costs due the proper officer. 
Approved March 6, 1867. 



In force March AN ACT for the relief of John Welsh. 

6, 186T. 

Internal im- "Whekeas, Johu Wclsh of the city of Philadelphia, in 
sCTip^™^^*^ the state of Pennsylvania, claiming to have been the owner 
of certain drafts or internal improvement scrip, issued by 
the state of Illinois, of tlie following numbers, viz : "No. 
2800, letter B," and "No. 2801, letter A," "No. 4121, letter 
A," "No. 4121, letter B," and "No. 3887, letter A," of one 
hundred dollars each, which said scrip was, as he asserts, 
transmitted by him to Messrs. Howland and Aspinwall, of 
the city of New York, to exchange for bonds, under a prO' 
position made by the state of Illinois, and now lost ; there 
fore, 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Rlinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the 
Auditorto issue auditor of public accounts be and he is hereby authorized 
warrant. ^^ draw Warrant in favor of John Welsh, on filing indem- 
nity bond for double the amount, to be approved by the* 
auditor, and satisfactory affidavit of loss of the scrip men- 
tioned hereinafter, and such further proof as he may be* 
possessed of, for principal and interest to date of this act, 



1867 BELIEF. 

.m internal improvement scrip "No. 2800, letter B," "No. 
2801, letter A," "No. 4121, letter A," "No. 4121, letter B," 
and "No. 3887, letter A," of one hundred dollars each, pay- 
ible oat of any moneys in the treasury applicable to the 
jayment of state indebtedness. 

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

Approyed March 6, 1867. 



155 



In force March 



IAN ACT for the relief of Joseph H. Morgan. in 8°1867 

, Whereas, at the July special term of the circuit court of RJ«-^fr°™^. 
Cumberland county, a. d. 1866, a judgment was entered 
against Joseph H. Morgan, upon forfeiting recognizance 
for the sum of seven hundred dollars and costs, as surety 
for Jeremiah Morgan, who was indicted for the crime ot 
iburglary ; and, whereas, the said Joseph H. Morgan has 
paid the sum of three hundred dollars upon said judgment ; 
iand whereas, one John H. Miller, who was also a surety on 
said recognizance, after the recovery of said judgment and 
payment by Joseph H. Morgan, arrested said Jeremiah 
Moro-an, and delivered him to the sheriff of said county, and 
^who'^was tried at the next term of said court upon said 
I charge ; therefore, 7/10 x 

i Section 1. Be it eriatted hy the People of the btate of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly That the circmt^eierk to 
I clerk of the circuit court of said county be and he is hereby 

■ directed to enter satisfaction of said judgment, so obtained 
against said Joseph H. Morsjan, and that such satisfaction 
j shall forever release him from all further liability thereon. 

■ § 2. This act to take effect from and after its passage. 
Approved March 8, 1867. 



an act for the relief of the administrators of Akin Evans, deceased, m f°^g^«gMarch 

Whereas, by an error of the county clerk of the county '^c^al'gedf''' 
of Fayette, in extending the tax for the years 1856 and 1857, 
Akin Evans, the then collector of Fayette county, was over- 
charged with state tax for the year 1856, in the sum of four- 
teen hundred and fifty-four dollars and ninety tour cents, and 
for the year 1857, in the sum of seven dollars and twenty-one 
cents ; and whereas, the said money so over-charged were paid 



156 REYISED STATUTES. 1867 

into the state treasury by said Akin Evans, in his life time, 
or by his administrators, and the sale of his lands after his 
death ; therefore, 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly, That John 
Shirley and "William C. Houston, administrators of the 
estate of Akin Evans, deceased, be allowed the sum of 
fourteen hundred and sixty-two dollars and fifteen cents, 
on account of said errors in extending said state tax for the 
years 1856 and 1857, the years for which said Akin Evans 
was collector. • - 

Warrant to is- § 2. That the auditor is hereby directed to draw a war- 
rant upon the state treasurer in favor of the administrators 
of the estate of Akin Evans, deceased, to-wit, John Shirley 
and "William C. Houston, for said sum of fourteen hundred 
and sixty-two dollars and fifteen cents. 

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

Approved March 8, 1867. 



sue. 



REVISED STATUTES. 



In force Feb. AN ACT to amend chapter seventy-nine of the Revised Statutes of 1845, 
28, 1867. ' entitled ' 'Partitions." 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That in case 
Partition. of Sale Under and by virtue of the provisions of section 
eleven (11) of chapter seventy-nine of the Revised Statutes \ 
of 1845, entitled " Partitions," if the widow entitled to : 
dower in the real estate to be sold will consent to such sale 
she shall signify and subscribe her consent, in writing, and * 
the same shall be filed with the clerk of the court, and 
thereupon the said commissioners, or other person or per- 
sons ordered to sell such real estate, shall proceed to sell the j 
same, agreeably to the terras of the order of the court, dis- ; 
incumbered by any right of dower of such widow ; and the : 
court shall award to such widow such proportion of the pur- j 
chase money as shall be just and equitable, not exceeding' 
one-seventh part nor less than one-tenth part of the net \ 
amount of the sales, according to the age, health and con- 1 
dition of such widow ; and such award of payment shall be ! 
a sufficient bar to all rights of dower which such widow 
may claim in said lands. 



I 



1867 KE VISED STATUTES. 157 

§ 2. The provisions of this act may apply to any pro- 
ceedings pending and undetermined in the courts of this 
; state. 

\ § 3. This act is declared to be a public act, and shall 
take effect from and after its passage. 

Approved February 28, 1867. 



AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act to amend chapter XLIIIof the in force March 
Revised Statutes, entitled Forcible Entry and Detainer," approved May ^' 186T. 
16, 1865. 

[Section 1.] £eit enacted hy the People of the State oj- 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That the Forcible entry 
above named act, to amend chapter XLIll of the Revised """^ detainer. 
Statutes shall extend to and embrace all leases, whether 
verbal or written ; and if default shall be made in any ver- 
bal agreement of lease it shall have the same effect as if 
' default had been made in any covenant contained in a writ- 
ten lease. 

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

Approved March 5, 1867. 



AN 
the 
the continuance of causes. 




ACT construing the part of section thirteen of chapter eighty-three of In force March 
le Revised Statutes, entitled " Practice," so far as the same relates to *> ^^^^• 



Section 1 . Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That from Practice. 
and after the passage of this act, section thirteen of chapter 
eighty-three of the Revised Statutes of this state, entitled 
" Practice," so far as the same relates to the continuance of 
causes, shall be construed as follows : When an aflBdavit 
for a continuance is filed by one of the parties to a cause, on 
account of the absence of testimony, and such affidavit is 
admitted in evidence by the other party, the party admit- 
ting such affidavit shall be held to admit only that if the * 
absent witness was present he would swear to the fact or 
facts which the affidavit states he will swear to, and such 
fact or facts shall have no greater force nor effect than if 
such absent witness was present and swore to the same in 
open court, leaving it to the party admitting such affidavit 
to controvert the statements contained therein, the same as 
if such witness was present and examined in open court. 



158 



KEVI8ED STATUTES. 



1867 



§ 2. This act shall be declared a public act, and shall 
be iu force from and after its passage. 
Approved March 6, 1867. 



In force March 
7, 1867. 




AN ACT to amend chapter 110, Revised Statutes, entitled "Wills 



Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That sec- 
Wiiis. tion 87, of chapter 110, Kevised Statutes, entitled "Wills," 

be so amended that appraisers shall be entitled to one dol- 
lar and fifty cents per day, and that section 98, of said 
chapter, be so amended that a crier shall receive not more 
than four dollars per day. 

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

Approved March 7, 1867. 




In force March 
7, 1867. 



Arson. 



AN ACT to amend chapter 30 of the Revised Statutes of 1845. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That sec- 
tion one hundred and fifty-six, of chapter thirty, of the 
Revised Statutes of 1845, be so amended that any person 
who shall set fire to, or destroy or burn, or procure or 
cause to be burnt or destroyed, any barrack, cock, crib, rick 
or stack of hay, corn, wheat, oats, barley or other grain of 
any kind, or who shall willfully or maliciously destroy any 
other article of property not herein enumerated, and not, 
enumerated in the section to which this is an amendment,, 
of the value of twenty-five dollars or more," on conviction 
thereof, shall be punished by confinement in the peniten-. 
tiary for a term of not less than one year, nor more than, 
ten years. 

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

Approved March 7, 1867. 



1S67 REVISED STATUTES. 159 



AN ACT to amend chapter thirty-Bix of the Revised Statutes, entitled In force March 

""Roads." '^'l^^'"'- 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assemby, That said Roads. 
road law is hereby amended, so that hereafter the county 
courts in counties not having adopted township organization 
shall have the sole power of determining the amount that 
each supervisor shall receive for his services in working the 
roads in his district, or for other services provided by law, 
or that may hereafter be made incumbent on said officers, 
and said allowance shall be made with reference to the 
work performed. 

Approved March 7, 1867. 



7\ 

AN ACT to amend chapter thirty (80) of the Revised Statutes, entitled In force May 
"Criminal Jurisprudence." ^> ^^'* 

Section 1. £e it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That sec- criminal juris- 
tion one hundred and fifty-three of chapter thirty of the Ke- ^™ ^°^^* 
vised Statutes be amended so as to read as follows, to-wit : 
" If any person or persons shall knowingly and designedly, 
by any false pretense or pretenses, obtain frorti any other 
person or persons any chose in action, money, goods, 
wares, chattels, effects, or any valuable thing whatever, 
with intent to cheat or defraud any person or persons of 
.the same, every person so ofiPending, upon conviction there- 
of, shall be fined in any sum not exceeding two thousand 
dollars, and imprisoned not exceeding one year, and shall 
ibe sentenced to restore the property so fraudulently ob- 
tained, if it can be restored. No indictment for the 
obtaining of any property or thing by any false pretense or 
pretenses shall be quashed, nor shall any person indicted for 
such offense be acquitted for the reason that the facts set 
forth in the indictment or appearing in evidence may 
; amount to a larceny or other felony ; nor shall it be deemed 
essential to a conviction that the property in the goods or 
things so [obtained] shall pass with the possession to the 
person so obtaining it ; but any person who shall commit 
an ofiense indictable as a misdemeanor, and also indictable 
as a felony may be indicted and convicted of either the 
felony or the misdemeanor. 

Approved March 9, 1867. 



160 REVISED STATUTES — SCHOOLS. 1867 



In fores March AN ACT to amend chapter ninety-three of the Revised Statutes of 1845 
9. 1867. entitled "Roads." 

Section" 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly, That whenever 
Roads. a public road or highway, shall pass over low or wet lands, 

and it shall be necessary to drain the same, in order to 
render the said road dry and passable, and the said road 
can not readily or conveniently be drained, without laying 
or digging a ditch or ditches, over and across .the adjacent 
lands, it shall be lawful for the commissioners of highways 
or other officers whose duty it is to cause the said road to 
be made passable, to enter upon the said adjacent lands 
and construct the required ditch or ditches over and upon 
the same ; and in case the said officer or officers shall be 
unable to agree with the owner or owners of such lands as 
to the amount of damages to be allowed and paid to such 
owner or owners, the same shall be fixed and ascertained 
in the manner appointed in section thirty-eight of the 
chapter to which this is an amendment and the other acts 
amendatory thereof, subject to the same right of appeal 
allowed in other cases. 

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

Appkoved March 9, 1867. 



SCHOOLS. 



In force Feb. 16, AN ACT to furnish information to school officers. 

1867. 

Whereas, a volume has been compiled and prepared, for 
the information and use of school officers, entitled "common 
^'l^bir"^^'^^" school decisions," containing the school laws of the state, 
with all the important decisions of the several state super- 
intendents of public instruction, and of the supreme court 
of the state in relation to schools, together with forms of 
all school instruments required by law, and full instructions 
concerning the practical duties of school officers and 
teachers; therefore, 

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

Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the secrc' 

se^etary of tary of statc bc and he is hereby authorized and instructed 

niBh, . "'* to procure a sufficient number of copies of said common 



1867 SCHOOLS. 161 

ichool decisions, at a cost not to exceed one dollar and fifty 
;ents per copy, to furnish one copy thereof to each board of 
ichool trustees and of school directors, for the permanent 
ise and benefit of said boards ; and that the secretary of 
;tate distribute the same among the several counties of the 
state at the same time that he distributes the public laws 
md documents of this general assembly and that the auditor 
Iraw his warrant on the school fund for the cost and distri- 
i)ution of the same : Provided^ that any amendments and 
ilterations made by this general assembly, shall beincluded 
in said work : And Provided^ further^ that no advertising 
?ards shall be published in said book. 

§ 2. This act to be in force from and after its passage^ 
; Approved February 16, 1867. 



.N ACT to amend an act entitled "An act to establish and maintain a sys- in force Febni 
' tern of free schools in the state of Illinois," approved February 16, 1865. ary28, 186T. 

I Section 1. Be it enacted hythe People of the State 

^llinois, represented m the General Assembly^ That in order 

) enable county superintendents of schools to discharge compensation 

lieir duties with greater ethciency, they shall be entitled, sihooi super- 

1 lieu of the per diem now allowed by law and exclusive intendents. 

f commissions, to be paid, semi-annually, from the county 

•easury of their respective counties, as compensation for 

leir services the sum of live dollars per day for services 

ctually rendered : Provided that the provisions of this 

iction shall not apply to Cook county. 

§ 2. The clerk of each board of school directors shall cierk to report, 
sport to the township treasurer of the proper township, on 
^ before the first Monday in October, annually, such statis- 
ts and other information in relation to the schools of their 
ispective districts as the township treasurer is bound to 
nbody in his report to the county superintendent, and the 
irticulai statistics to be so reported shall be determined 
id designated by the state superintendent of public instruc- 
Dn. 

§ 3. "When a school is composed of pupils from different Teacher's pay. 

wnships the teacher shall, in all cases, be paid by the 
easurer of the township in which the school is taught, 
! fid the duty of collecting the amount due from the other 
'wnships shall devolve upon the directors. 

^ 4. All returned soldiers, who, during the late war. Returned soi- 
•itered the army, while in their minority, shall be allowed '^^®''^- 
1 attend, free, any public school in the districts where 
ley severally reside, for a time equal to the portion of their 
nnority spent in the military service of the United States. 
—18 



162 SCHOOLS. 1867 

^re° eaied^ ^'^'^ § ^- ^^^ ^^^^ ^^^ parts of acts in conflict with the pro- 
visions of this act are hereby repealed. 

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

Appkoved February 28, 1867. 



STATE HOUSE. 



In force Feb. 25, AN ACT to provide for the erection of anew state house. , 

1867. ' 

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

Governor to govcmor of tlic State of Illinois is hereby authorized and , 

sqSIrJ to"^eity empowered to convey to the county of Sangamon and state i 

of Springfield Qf Hhnois. and to the city of Springfield, in said county, ! 

county. for the use of the people of said county and city, all that \ 

piece and parcel of ground, situate, lying and being in thej 
city of Springfield, in said county, known as the public , 
square, containing two acres and a half, be the same more | 
or less, upon which is now located the state house, for the i 
sum of two hundred thousand dollars, and for the further 
consideration that said grantees shall cause to be conveyed 
to the state of Illinois, in fee simple, that parcel of ground 
lying in the city of Springfield aforesaid, bounded by 
Second, Monroe, Spring and Charles streets, containing 
between eight and nine acres. Said sum of two hundred 
thousand dollars shall be paid into the treasury of the state 
of Illinois in two equal installments, the first of which shall 
be paid on the first day of April, 1868, and the second on 
the first day of April, 1869. 
City and county § 2. The couuty of Saugamou and said city of Spring- 

bra^ds!^^^^^ field, are hereby authorized to issue such bonds and levy 
such taxes as may be necessary to raise said sum of two 
hundred thousand dollars and for the purchase of said par- 
cel of land, provided said bonds shall not bdar interest ex 
ceeding ten per cent, per annum. 
$250,000 appro- § 3. Said sum of two hundred thousand dollars shall bf 

pnated. expended toward the erection of a new state house upon 

said last described parcel of land, and in addition therett 
the sum of two hundred and fifty thousand dollars isherebjj 
appropriated out of any money in the treasury not other! 
wise appropriated, for the same purpose. Said state hou8<! 
shall cost a sum not exceeding three millions of dollars. ' 
Commissioners § 4, The following pcrsons, viz: John W. Smith, Johi 

appome . j^ g^ Wilson, Philip Wadsworth, James C. Kobinson, anc 



1867 8TATB HOUSE. 163 

W^m. T. Yandeveer, Win. L. Hambleton, and James H. 
Beveridge, are hereby appointed commissioners to super- 
intend the erection of the new state house aforesaid, who, 
before they enter upon the discharge of their duties, shall 
DDter into bond to the governor of this state, with approved 
security, in the penalty of twenty-five thousand dollars each, 
jwithin thirty days after the passage of this act, conditioned 
Jbr the faithful performance of their duties, and shall sev- 
erally take an oath that they will well and truly discharge 
ill their duties as commissioners in superintending the 
erection of said state house. The governor of the state is 
lereby authorized to till all vacancies by appointing 6om- 
.nissioners, who shall continue to act until the next session 
)f the general assembly, which shall ratify or reject said 
appointments. The governor is also authorized to remove 
:my commissioner for cause, and fill the vacancy occasioned 
.hereby. 

■ § 5. The commissioners shall select the most durable commissioners 
^naterial for said state house, and make the same as nearly r?aig!^*^ 
ire-proof as possible. It shall be constructed upon the 
post approved and convenient plan. 

I § 6. Said commissioners shall stipulate for all payments Payments, how 
!o be made out of the fund hereinbefore provided, and no "^^*^®' 
'ther. The accounts of the expenditures of said commis- 
ioners, shall be certified to by said commissioners, or a 
bajority of them, and by the secretary of state, and ap- 
proved by the governor. The auditor shall thereupon draw 
lis warrant upon the treasurer therefor, to be paid out of 
he fund hereinbefore provided, in favor of the party to 
vhom the accounts shall be due. 

$ 7. The said commissioners shall advertise at least Duties of com- 
hirty days in two daily papers in Chicago and Springfield, 
md one daily paper in New York and Philadelphia, for 
olans and specifications for a new state house. Said com- 
nissioners shall wait three months after said publication, 
md if thej shall have received any plans and specifications 
vithin that time, they shall immediately thereafter notify each 
nember of the two committees of the senate and the house 
')f representatives of this general assembly on public build- 
ngs, to meet at the city of Springfield on a day to be 
specified in said notice, said notice to be given at least ten 
lays prior to such meeting, and if a majority of said com- 
mittees and commissioners in attendance shall decide upon 
iny plan then submitted to them, the said commissioners 
ihall be bound thereby, and proceed to erect a new state 
louse in accordance Avith said plans and the accompanying 
specifications so adopted. They shall employ such archi- 
tects, mechanics and laborers as may be necessary for the 
rnrly completion of said building, and shall each receive 
or their services as commissioners the sum of five dollars 



missioners. 



164 



STATE HOUSE. 



186 



Secretary- 
pointed. 



per day for time of actual service, to be paid out of the fund 
ap- hereinbefore provided. Julius C. Webber is hereby ap- 
pointed secretary of said board of commissioners. They 
shall also be authorized to employ a superintendent. 

§ 8. The present state house and grounds shall con- 
tinue to be used for state purposes until the new building 
shall be sufficiently advanced for the use of the different 
departments of state, and the state shall have the absolute 
possession and control of said building until that time. 

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

Appkoved February 25, 1867. 



In force Feb. 27 
186T. 



Limitation of 
po'A-ers. 



Bids for vyork. 



AN ACT supplemental to "An act to provide for the erection of a new state 
house," approved February 25, a. d. 1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That no con- 
tracts shall be made or entered into by the commissioners, 
named in the act to which this act is a supplement, for the; 
erection and completion of said state house, which shall 
involve or require a larger expenditure of money, in the 
aggregate, than the sums named and appropriated by the 
act to which this is a supplement ; and in case further ap- 
propriations shall be made by the general assembly for the 
erection and completion of said state house, it shall be here- 
after lawful for said commissioners to enter into further 
contracts, to the amount of such further appropriations, and 
no more; and all contracts made or entered into, contrary 
to the provisions of this act, shall be null and void. 

§ 2. All contracts for labor or materials, in the erection 
and completion of said state house, requiring an expendi- 
ture of more than five hundred dollars, shall be let to the 
lowest responsible bidder or bidders, after advertising for 
bids or proposals for the same, for at least thirty days, in 
two daily papers published in the city of Springfield, and 
in the same number published in the city of Chicago, siicb 
advertisements to specify the time and place when and 
where said bids or proposals shall be opened ; and no bidf 
or proposals shall be opened at any other time or place : 
and all bids or proposals received by said commissioners foi 
labor or materials, as above provided, shall be by said com 
missioners filed in the ofiice of the secretary of state 
whether the same be accepted or rejected. 

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

Approved February 27, 1867. ,^-H 



1867 STATE INSTITirTIONS — TAXES. 165 



STATE INSTITUTIONS. 

AN" ACT for the further protection of the state institutions. In force March 

9, 1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly, That no part consent of een- 
lof any land heretofore or hereafter conveyed to the state of ^^^^ assenibiy. 
jlllinois, for the use of any benevolent institutions of the 
state (or to any such institutions), shall be entered upon, ap- 
propriated or used by any railroad or other company for 
railroad or other purposes, without the previous consent of 
the general assembly ; and no court or other tribunal shall 
have or entertain jurisdiction of any proceeding instituted 
!or to be instituted for the purpose of appropriating any 
3uch land for any of the purposes aforesaid, without such 
previous consent. 

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

Approved March 9, 1867. ' • 



TAXES. 



In force Feb. 28 

AN ACT to apportion the expense of collecting a certain tax therein 1S67. 

named, and to authorize the auditor to settle the same. 



Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of t^x^s to be 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the '^'■e<^''^<^- 
icounty treasurer of Tazewell county, upon the receipt of 
the taxes for the year a. d. 1863, assessed against John 
Davenport, in said county, individually and as agent for 
others, be and is hereby authorized and required to charge 
each particular fund included in said tax with its propor- 
tionate share of the sum of fourteen hundred and fifty dol- 
lars, the amount of the expenses incurred by said county 
in the litigation to establish the validity of such assessment ; 
and said treasurer shall credit and pay over the same to 
said county, and in settlement with the proper officers, the 
said treasurer shall be allowed credit therefor. And in 
settlement with the auditor of the state said treasurer shall 
present a certificate of the county clerk of said county, 
showing the proportionate share of said sum so charged to 
the several state funds. ^ 

§f> mi- i. T • 1 1 1 • 1 1 Ccmpromis 

2i. ine state auditor is hereby authorized and empow- 
ered to settle and compromise with the said John Daven- 
port, upon such terms as he shall deem best for the interest 



166 TAXES. 1867 

of all parties concerued, all claims against said John Dav- 
enport for taxes for the year a. d. 1863, and subsequent 
years; and upon so settling or compromising, shall charge 
each fund with its proportionate amount of said sum of 
fourteen hundred and fifty dollars, and pay over the surplus 
to the account of the several funds. 

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

Approved February 28. 1867. 



In force Feb'y AN ACT to refund to Jacob Hepperly, executor, state taxes paid in error. 
28, 1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the Peojple of the State of 
Illinois^ re/pvesented in the General Assernbly, That the sum 
Taxes refunded Qf tjffy dollars and forty cents is hereby appropriated to 
Jacob Hepperly, executor of the estate of J. R. ThompsoD, 
deceased, of Peoria county, for state taxes paid by him by 
reason of an error in assessment of property, and that the 
auditor draw his warrant for the same, payable out of any 
money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. 

§ 2. This act shall take efl'ect from and after its passage, i 

Approved February 28, 1867. 



In force March AN ACT entitled "An act to extend the powers and jurisdiction of <;oI- 
8) 1867. lectors of taxes." 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly., That in case 
Collector can any pei'son upon whom any tax shall be assessed, under the 
Jevy. revenue laws of this state, in any town or city of this state, 

shall have removed from such town or city after such I 
assessment has been made and before the same shall have 
been collected, it shall be lawful for any collector of such 
city or town to levy and collect such tax of the goods and i 
chattels of the person so assessed in any district within | 
this state to which such person shall have removed or in 
which he may reside. 

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

Approved March 8, 1867. 



I 



1S67 " TAXES. 167 



y^/T^-^A 



AX ACT compelling'lolders oTf tajf^ Certificates to take out deeds or lose In 'erce March 

their claims. ^' ^^*'"- 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Asseiribly, That in all Scales for taxes. 
cases of sales for taxes or assessments, whether made for 
city, state, county, or any other purposes under and in pur- 
suance of any of the laws of this state, heretofore, now, or 
hereafter to be in force, unless the holders or owners of 
certificates of such sales, the time for redemption from 
which sales has now expired, shall, within twelve months 
from and after the passage of this law, take out the deed or 
deeds contemplated by the law to be issued in pursuance of 
such certificates such sales and the certificates thereof, shall 
be absolutely null, and shall thereafter constitute no basis 
of title, and shall cease to be a cloud on the title to the 
property to which such certificates refer. 

§ 2. That unless, hereafter, holders or owners of such certifieatea 
certificates, the time for redemption from which has not 
expired, and of all such sales hereafter to be made, shall, 
within six months from and after the time at which such 
privilege of redemption shall expire, take out the deed or 
deeds, so as hereinbefore stated to be contemplated, the said 
certificates and the sales on which they are based shall, from 
and after the expiration of such six months, be absolutely 
null, and shall constitute no basis of title, and shall cease 
to be a cloud on the title to the property to which such 
certificates refer. 

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

Appkoved, March 8, 1867. 



ex- 
pire. 



I 
AN ACT ill regard to publishing delinquent tax liat. In force March 

6, 1S67. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the reve- Tax lists. 
nue law of this state be and the same is hereby so amended 
that, hereafter, publishers of weekly newspapers shall 
receive for printing delinquent tax list, the sum of twenty 
cents for each tract of land, and the sum of ten cents for 
each town lot. 

§ 2. In all counties in this state where daily newspapers Rates of adver- 
are published the collector of each of said counties is hereby 
authorized to advertise said delinquent tax list in one news- 
paper, in both the daily and weekly editions thereof; and, 
when the same is so published, the publisher of said daily 



tising. 



168 TELEGRAPHS. 1867 

and weekly newspaper shall be entitled to receive for each 
tract of land so advertised the sum of twenty-live cents, 
and for each town or city lot the sum of twelve and a half 
cents, and no more. 
Aets repealed. § 3. All acts or parts of acts now in force in conflict 
with the provisions of this act are hereby repealed. This 
act shall not apply to the county of Cook. ■ 

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

Approved March 6, 1867. - - 



TELEGRAPHS. 



lines. 



In force March AN ACT amending an act for the establishment of telegraphs. 

9, 1867. 

Section 1. ,Be it enactad ly the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That all 
competinpi telegraph companies and persons, or corporations managing 
or controlling telegraph lines in this state, shall be and are 
hereby made subject to the provisions of section nine of an 
act of the general assembly of this state, approved February 
9th, A. D. 1849, entitled "An act for the establishment of 
telegraphs," and the company, person or persons managing 
any telegraph line in this state, who shall refuse to receive- 
and transmit dispatches from other companies or persons 
managing telegraph lines in this state, shall forfeit all right 
to transact telegraph business in this state, and may be 
enjoined therefrom by bill of complaint filed in any court 
of competent jurisdiction, and be liable to pay all damages 
which shall accrue by reason of such refusal to the company 
or person oifering such dispatch for transmission. 

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

Approved March 9, 1867. 



1867 TOWNSHIP ORGANIZATION. 169 



TEXAS AND CHEROKEE CATTLE. 



AN ACT to prevent the importation of Texas or Clierokee cattle into the In force Febru- 
State of Illinois. ary 27, 1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of . 
[Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That it shall Texas cattle. 
'not be lawful for any one to bring into this state or own or 
have in possession any Texas or Cherokee cattle. 

§ 2. Any person who shall violate the provisions of this Penalties. 
lact shall, for every such violation, forfeit and pay into the 
[treasury of the county where the ofiense is committed a 
[sum not exceeding one thousand dollars, or be both lined 
fand imprisoned in the county jail, at the discretion of the 
I court, though such time of imprisonment shall not exceed 
one year; and such person or persons shall pay all damages 
that may accrue to any one by reason of such violation of 
this act. 

§ 8. This act shall not apply to any Texas or Cherokee cattie exemp- 
cattle now on hand within this state ; but persons having 
such shall be compelled to keep them within the bounds of 
their own premises or separate from other cattle ; and any 
I damage that may accrue from allowing such cattle to run 
'at large, and thereby spreading disease among other cattle, 
! shall be recovered from the owner or owners thereof, who 
shall be liable to all the pains and penalties as provided for 
in section second of this act. 

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

Approved February 27, 1867. 



TOWNSHIP ORGANIZATION. 



AN ACT to amend article seventeen of an act entitled "An act to reduce In force April 
the act to provide for township organization and the several acts amend- ' °'" 

atory thereof into one act, and to amend the same." 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That, sec- work on high- 
tion twenty-eight of said article be amended to read as fol- ^^^^' 
lows : " Every person liable to work on the highways 
shall work the whole number of days for which he shall 



170 TOWNSHIP ORGANIZATION. 1867 



have been assessed ; but every such person, other than an 
overseer of the highways, may elect to commute 'for the ■' 
same or for any part thereof, at the rate of one dollar and i 
iifty cents per day ; in which case such commutation [ 
money shall be paid to the overseer of highways of the • 
district in which the person commuting shall reside, to be ] 
applied and expended by such overseer in the improve- i 
ment of the roads and bridges in the same district." i 

Assessed to § 2. Scction thlrty-onc (31) of said article is hereby j 

amended so as to read as follows : "Every person assessed ' 
to work on the highways, and named to work, may appear : 
in person, or by an able-bodied man, as a substitute, and < 
the person or substitute shall actually work eight hours in ! 
each day, under a penalty of twenty -five cents for every hour I 
such person or substitute shall be in default, to be imposed 
as a tine on the person assessed." 

Fine. g 3. Section thirty-two (32) of said article is hereby 

amended so as to read as follows : " If any person, after - 
appearing, remain idle or not work faithfully, or hinder I 
others from working, such oft'ender shall, for every offense j 
forfeit to the town the sum of two dollars." j 

enaity. § ^- Scctiou thirty-three (33) of said article is hereby amen- 1 

ded so as to read as follows : " Every person so assessed and I 
duly notified who shall not commute, and who shall refuse j 
or neglect to appear, as above provided, shall forfeit to the ; 
town for every day's refusal or neglect the sum of two del- 1 
lars. If he was required to furnish a team, carriage, man or j 
implements, and shall refuse or neglect to comply, he shall | 
be fined as follows : first, for wholly failing to comply with j 
such requisition, four dollars for each day; second, fori 
omitting to furnish a pair of horses or oxen, two dollars for \ 
each day ; third, for omitting to furnish a man to manage 
the team, two dollars for each day ; fourth, for omitting to 
furnish a wagon, cart or plow, two dollars for each day." 

Offset. § 5. Section thirty-eight (38) of said article is hereby 

amended so as to read as follows: " Every penalty col- 
lected for refusal or neglect to appear and work on the high-| 
ways shall be set ofi' against his assessments upon which it 
was founded, estimating every two dollars collected as a 
satisfaction for one day's work." 

Pay of overseer. § 6. Soction forty (40) of Said article is hereby amended 
so as to read as follows: "Each and every overseer of I 
highways shall be entitled to one dollar and fifty cents per! 
day, to be paid out of fines and commutation money, forj 
every day he is necessarily employed in the execution of 
his duties as overseer, the number of days to be accounted j 
to and audited by the commissioners of highways: ProWr^ 
ded^ that when there is no funds from fines and commuta-, 
tions, the commissioners may pay the overseers out of other' 
funds in their hands, if they think proper." 



1S67 TOWNSHIP ORGANIZATION. 171 

§ 7. Section forty-one (4-1) of said article is hereby Residents to be 
amended so as to read as follows : " It shall be the duty ^^^"^"^^ * 
of overseers of highways to warn all residents of his dis- 
trict against whom a land or personal property road tax is 
assessed, giving them three days' notice, to work out the 
same upon the highways ; and he shall receive such tax in 
labor from every able-bodied man or his substitute at the 
rate of one dollar per day ; and any person or his agent may 
pay such tax in road labor at the rate of one dollar per day, 
and in proportion for a less amount : Provided, That any 
person may elect to pay such tax in money." 

§ 8. Article seventeen shall hereafter read as follows. Property as- 
viz: "The commissioners of highways shall assess a road 
tax on all real estate and personal property liable to taxa- 
tion of the town to any amount they may deem necessary, 
not exceeding forty cents on each one hundred dollars' 
worth, as valued on the assment roll of the previous year." 

§ 9. The overseers of highways of the several towns Ditches. 
are hereby authorized to enter upon any land adjacent to any 
highway in their respective districts, for the purpose of open- 
ing any ditch, drain, necessary sluice or water course, when- 
ever it shall be necessary to open a water course from any 
highway to the natural water courses, and to dig, open or 
clean ditches upon said land, for the purpose of carrying off 
the water from said highways, or to drain any slough or 
pond on said highway : Provided, that unless the owner 
of such land or his agent shall first consent to the cutting 
of such ditches, the overseer of highways shall call upon two 
discreet householders to assess the damages, which such own- 
er may sustain by reason of the digging or opening of such 
ditches or drains ; and if the owner of such lands shall think 
proper, he or she may choose two other discreet house- 
holders to act with such as may be chosen by the overseer 
of highways ; and if they can not agree, the four shall 
choose a fifth, as umpire, and the five, or a majority of them, 
shall make out their award, under their hands and seals, 
and deposit with the clerk of the town in which said high- 
way is situated, who shall file the same in his oflice. Such 
award shall be final and conclusive of the amount of dam- 
ages sustained by such person : and the amount so awarded 
shall be audited, levied and collected in the same manner 
provided in section fourteen, article seventeen of the town- 
ship organization law ; and the overseer of highways shall 
be warranted and is hereby empowered to enter such lands 
and dig, open and clean such drains, ditches and water 
courses, as aforesaid, for the purposes contemplated in this 
act, and is further authorized to use and employ the road 
labor and money of his district for such purposes. 

Appkoved February 28, 1867. 



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TOWNSHIP ORGANIZATION. 



1867 



In force March AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act to reduce the act to provide for 
8, 1867. township organization and the several acts amendatory thereof into one 

act and to amend the same. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assemhly, That sec- 
commissionprs tion eight (8) of article XYII of said act be so amended as 
of highways, (q make it the duty of commissioners of highways of each 
township in the county of Champaign, on or . before the 
tirst day of May of each year, to fix the value of days' 
work upon highways, and certify the same to the town 
clerk; and during each year no road tax, whether poll or 
otherwise, shall be commuted at a less sum per day than 
the value of a day's labor so fixed. 
Champaign Co. § 2. It shall be the duty of the commissioners of high 
ways of each township in the county of Champaign, upon 
making any order for laying out a new road or re-locating 
any road in their township, at the expiration of thirty days 
after said order shall be entered, provided no appeal is 
taken from said order, or in case an appeal is taken imme- 
diately after said order, shall be approved by the sapervi- 
sors to whom the appeal shall be taken, to estimate as 
nearly as may be, the cost of grading and bridging said 
road and putting the same in good passable condition ; 
which amount, so estimated, shall be certified by the town 
clerk to the supervisor of the town, and such estimate shall 
be laid before the board of supervisors, and extended against 
the property of said town, as provided in section 46 of 
article XVII of said act. 

§ 3. All acts or parts of acts inconsistent with the 
provisions of this act are hereby repealed. 

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

Approved March 8, 1867. 



In force March AN ACT to amend " An act to reduce the act to provide for township 
8, 1867. organization and the several acts amendatory thereof into one act." 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
ffi Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That section 

seers.'^ ° ^^^^' two, of article fourth, be and the same is hereby amended, 
by striking out the words " one overseer of the poor," and 
amend article eighth by adding the following section: 
" Section eleven (11). The supervisors of each town shall 
be, ex officio, overseer of the poor in their respective towns." 



1S67 TOWNSHIP OKGANIZATION. 173 

§ 2. Section one, of article ninth, shall be amended, bj oaths. 
adding to said section one, the words "and he shall have 
Jpower to administer the oath of office to all town officers." 
' § 3. It shall be lawful for the legal voters, at any annual Bridges. 
;town meeting, to levy a tax for the purpose of building or 
'repairing bridges or causeways, situated in another town in 
the same county, or in another county : Provided^ that 
motice is given, by posting notices describing the location of 
ithe bridge or causeway, and the probable amount required 
! therefor, in at least three public places, at least ten days 
before said annual meeting, in the town in which said taxes 
, are proposed to be levied : And^ also, provided, that such 
tax, when collected, shall be paid on the joint order of the 
commissioners of highways of the town in which the bridge 
or causeway to be built or repaired, is situated, and of the 
commissioners of highways of the town in which said tax 
is collected. 

§ 4. That whenever twenty-five (25) voters of any Bridges. 
county shall represent, by petition, to the board of super- 
visors, that a bridge or bridges, road or roads, in any town 
in said county need to be constructed or repaired, and have 
been improperly neglected by such town, the board of super- 
visors, if, on inquiry, are satisfied that such town is of 
sufficient ability to build or repair such bridge or bridges, 
road or roads, they shall, by resolution, direct such town to 
construct or repair such bridge or bridges, road or roads, or 
such part thereof as they may deem just and reasonable, 
and specify such time for compliance with the resolutions 
of the board as may be deemed necessary, and cause a copy 
of said resolution to be served on the commissioners of 
highways of said town ; and said commissioners of high- 
ways are authorized and required to build or repair such 
bridge or bridges, road or roads, as directed in the resolu- 
tion of the board of supervisors, at the expense of said 
town ; and if said town shall fail or refuse to build or repair 
such bridge or bridges, road or roads, as required by the 
board of supervisors, said board shall authorize some person 
to make the improvement, and extend the amount of the 
cost thereof on the tax list of such town, and have the same 
collected as other town taxes, and applied to pay for such 
improvement. 

Approved March 8, 1867. 



174: TOWNS AND CITIES — TRAVEL, ETC, 1867 



TOWNS AND CITIES. 



in force Feb. 27, AN ACT to amend an act entitled " An act for the better government of 
1867. towns and cities, and to amend the charters thereof,"'approved February 

27, 1854. 

Section 1, Be it enacted hy the People of the^ State of 
Illinois, represented in the Qeneral Assembly, That in 
Justices of the towiis and cities where but one police magistrate is allowed, 
peace. ^^^ justice of the peace residing in such town or city shall 

have original and full jurisdiction, in all cases for violations 
of town or city ordinances, where there is a vacancy in the 
office of police magistrate, or in case of the absence, re- 
fusal, or inability of the police magistrate to act. 

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

Appkoved February 27, 1867. 



TRAVEL AND TRANSPORTATION. 



In force Peb'y 
25, 1867. 



AN ACT to facilitate travel and transportation. 



Section 1. Be it enacted hy the Feojpleof the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That railroads 
Connections, terminating, or to terminate at any point on any Hue of 
continuous railroad thoroughfare where there now is or 
shall be a railroad bridge, for crossing of passengers and 
freight in cars over the same, as part of such thoroughfare, 
shall make convenient connections of such railroads, by 
rail, with the rail of such bridge ; and such bridge shall 
permit and cause such connections of the rail of the same 
with the rail of such railroads, so that by reason of such 
railroads and bridge there shall be uninterrupted commu- 
nication over such railroads and bridge as public thorough- 
fares. But by such connections no corporate rights shall 
be impaired. 

§ 2. This act shall take effect from its passage. 

Appkoved February 25, 1867. 



L8G7 UNITED STATES — JURISDICTION CEDED TO, 175 



UNITED STATES— JURISDICTION CEDED TO. 



A.N ACT to cede jurisdiction to the. United States over certain land in in force Janu- 
■ Cooli county, Illinois, purchased by the United States for the purpose of ^^y 11)1-867. 
erecting thereon a marine hospital. 

Section 1. £e it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That, whereas, Marine hospital. 
.the said United States have purchased the following de- 
scribed real estate in said county, to-wit: Lots numbered 
eleven (11), twelve (12), seventeen (17) and eighteen (18), 
of the school trustees' subdivision of section sixteen (16), 
township fortj (40), north of range fourteen (14), east of 
;the third principal meridian ; therefore, exclusive jurisdic- 
tion and legislation are hereby ceded to the said United 
States over said real estate; and the right of taxation or 
assessment of said real estate is hereby relinquished to the 
said United States; and a certain street or road originally 
laid out by said trustees, through the lots above described, 
in a north and south direction, is hereby declared vacated 
and closed. 

§ 2. All civil and criminal process issued under the Process, 
authority of this state, or by any of its officers, in pursu- 
ance of law, may be executed on said real estate, as if such 
jurisdiction had not been ceded. 

§ 3. This act shall be deemed and taken to be a public 
act, and shall take effect from and after the date at which 
the title to the land above described shall vest in the United 
States for the purposes above stated. 

Approved January 11, 1867. 



A.N ACT ceding to the United States of America jurisdiction over certain in force April 1. 
lands in the county of Rock Island, state of Illinois. 1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the StoAe of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That juris- Arsenal. 
diction over the island of Rock Island and the small islands 
contiguous thereto, known as Benham's, Wilson's and "Win- 
nebago Islands, and their shores, taken and assigned by the 
United States for the establishment of an arsenal and armory, 
be and is hereby ceded to the said United States : Provided, 
that the commanding officer shall, on application of a compe- 
tent state officer, allow the execution of all civil and criminal 
process issued under authority of the state of Illinois on 



176 UNITED STATES — JURISDICTION CEDED TO. 1867 

said islands in the same way and manner as if jurisdiction 
had not been ceded, as aforesaid. 
Taxes. § 2. Be it further enacted, That the islands before 

named and the public buildings and other property that 
may be thereon, shall forever hereafter be exempted from 
all state, county and municipal taxation and assessment 
whatever, so long as the same shall be used by the United 
States as an arsenal or armory. 
Appkoved February 1, 1867. 



AN ACT to cede to the United States jurisdiction over any lands in Cook 
county that they may purchase, on which to locate a marine hospital. 

Marine Hospi- Whereas the United States desire to select and purchase 
''^'' a tract of land not exceeding twenty acres, in or near the 

city of Chicago, Cook county, on which to erect a marine 
hospital ; therefore. 

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

Jurisdiction, jurisdiction and legislation are hereby ceded to the United 
States over such tract of land, in or near the city of Chi- 
cago, Cook county, not exceeding twenty acres, as may be 
selected and purchased and used by the said United States 
for the location of a marine hospital; and the right of taxa- 
tion or assessment of said tract of land is hereby relin- 
quished to the said United States. 

Process. § 2. All civil and criminal process issued under the 

authority of this state, or by any of its officers, in pursuance 
of law, may be executed on said real estate as if such juris- 
diction had not been ceded. 

§ 3. This act shall be deemed and taken to be a public 
act, and shall take effect from and after the date at which 
the title to the land to be selected and purchased shall vest 
in the United States, for the purpose above stated. 
Approved February 28, 1867. 



In force March AN ACT to cede jurisdiction to the United States over certain lands near 
5. 186T. Alton. 

Soldiers ceme- Whereas the United States has used the lands herein 
^^•^' described for the purpose of burying deceased soldiers and 

others. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, rejpresented in the General Assembly, That the state 



1867 ' WAEEHOUSEMEN. 177 

of Illinois beieby relinquish claim and jurisdiction over 

the following described land, viz : two acres of land situated 

in the south west part of the northwest quarter of section 

two, (2,) town five (5) north, range ten (10) west of the third 

' (3d) principal meridian ; and lull and complete jurisdiction is 

• hereby given over said land to the United States, for the use 

j and purposes of said land being a burial place for soldiers — 

'the state hereby retaining only such jurisdiction and author- 

I ity over said land as may be necessary for the purpose of 

enforcing the criminal laws of the state. 

§ 2. Said land shall not be used for any purpose, except specify pur- 
as herein specified. p*^^''' 

§ 3. This act shall be deemed and taken to be a public 
act, and shall take effect from and after its passage. 
Approved March 5, 1867. 



WAREHOUSEMEN. 



, ,. . ^^ , . , , , . . . „ ^^ force Febni- 

A.N ACT regulating warehousemen, and authorizing oonnections of rail- aryl6, 1867. 
roads with wareliouses, and for other purposes. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State o/'-^yj^rehousemeii 
Illinois, representedinthe General Asse7nbly, That hereafter, 
all persons who shall keep a warehouse in this state, for the 
storing of grain, in which the grain of each person storing 
grain in such warehouse shall be kept in a separate bin, 
distinct from the grain of all other persons, shall be denom- 
inated "private warehousemen;" and that all persons keep- 
ing a warehouse for the storing of grain in bulk, and in 
which the grain of different owners ehall, in any way, be 
mixed, shall be denominated "public warehousemen." 



2. Every public and private warehouseman, receiving 



Receipts 



grain into store shall, on demand of the owner thereof, 
receipt to such owner, setting forth the quantity, kind and 
grade of such grain ; which receipt shall be evidence in 
action against such warehousemen for damage to such grain 
or other causes, of the quantity, kind and grade of such 
grain, when received by such warehousemen. 

§ 3. Every private warehouseman shall keep the grain separated.*' 
of every person that may be stored with such warehouse- 
man entirely separate and distinct from the grain or prop- 
erty of a like nature, kind or quality of any other person or 
persons, and upon the surrender of the warehouse receipt 
provided in section two of this act, shall deliver to the per- 
son so surrendering the same the identical grain described 
in such receipt and for which said receipt was issued. 
—19 



178 WAREHOUSEMEN. 1867 

^'i^ins- § 4. If any private warehouseman shall mix the grain 

or property or any owner with the grain or property of any 
other person such warehouseman shall be liable to such 
owner for the full value of the grain so mixed together with 
such damages as the owner may have sustained by reason of 
the mixing by such warehouseman ol the grain of such 
owrier. 

Prtbiieatior. § 5. All public Warehousemen, in all places where the 

storage capacity of the town or city exceeds one million 
bushels, shall on the second Monday of each year, prepare 
and publish in a newspaper published in the county where 
his or their warehouse shall be situated, a statement of the 
rates of storage for the full calendar year next ensuing; 
which rates shall in no manner be changed, to the injury or 
prejudice of any person or persons storing grain in such 
warehouse. 

Mixing allowed § 6. It sliall be lawful for public warehousemen to store 
grain in bulk and mix the grain of like kind and grade of 
diiferent owners, and the keepers of such public warehouses 
are hereby exempted from the provisions of this act pro- 
hibiting tlie mixing of the grain of different owners, which 
provisions apply alone to private warehousemen. 

iHspsctorsduty § 7. lu all placcs, whcre lawfully authorized inspectors 
of grain shall be appointed, it shall be their duty, on the 
application of any public warehouseman, or his agent, to 
inspect and determine the grade of any grain about to be 
delivered into or out of any public warehouse ; and no 
public warehouseman, in such place where lawfully author- 
ized inspectors of grain shall be appointed, shall receive 
any grain for storage until it is so inspected and graded ; 
and such grain shall be by such warehouseman placed in 
bins containing grain of the same grade and kind ; and ! 
such bins shall be marked in some conspicuous place with 
a number from which the kind and grade of grain such 
bins contain can be determined ; and the grade of such 
grain shall not while in such warehouse be changed or raised 
by any process of cleaning, drying or mixing, or by any other 
process; and no such warehouseman or shipper of grain shall 
mix, in any manner, the different grades of grain : Provided^ 
it shall be lawful for such warehouseman, at the request of 
the owner of any lot of grain, to mix, dry or clean any grain 
belonging to such owner, and to place the same in a separate 
Mn, subject to the order and disposition of such owner ; and, 
in such ease, if said lot of grain, after having been cleaned 
and dried is placed in the inspected grain, it shall be given \ 
the grade it received from the inspector when received into , 
store, and shall not be mixed with grain which, on being i 
received into store, was inspected as a higher or better j 
grade; neither shall such grain after having been dried and \ 
cleaned and placed in special bins, be deliverable upon any 



1867 WAKEHOUSEMEN. 179 

receipt of any such warehouseman calling for the delivery 
of any grain by grade, save upon receipts calling for the 
same grade given such grain upon inspection into store. 

§ 8. Any publicwarehonsemanor shipper of grain, who Mixing piohib- 
shall be guilty of mixing the diflerent grades of grain in '*®'^- 
cars or warehouses, or of selecting or causing to be selected 
choice lots of any particular grade, for the purpose of rais- 
ing the grade thereof, or of placing the same in special bins, 
separate and apart from the grain of the same grade, save 
upon application of the owner of such identical grain, or 
shall be guilty of raising the grade of any grain, or causing 
the grade of any grain to be raised, so stored with him, 
as aforesaid, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor 
and shall be fined in the sum of not less than one thousand 
dollars nor more than five thousand dollars, and imprisoned 
in the county jail for a period of not less than twenty days 
nor more than six months. 

§ 9. All persons keeping public warehouses in the city warehouses in 
of Chicago shall tile with the board of trade of said city, ^^hicaga. 
on Tuesday of each week, a statement, showing the amount 
of each kind of grain in store in such warehouses up to the 
Saturday night preceding such statement, which shall be 
sworn to by the persons keeping such warehouses, or by 
their agents, and shall be so made that the aggregate of 
such statements during the year will show exactly the 
amount of grain held in store during the year; and in case 
any person making such statement shall be guilty of false 
swearing he shall be and he is hereby made subject to the 
pains and penalties of perjury. 

§ 10. No public warehouseman shall enter into any Agreements, 
agreement with any inspector of grain or with the owner 
of any grain stored or to be stored in his warehouse ; neither 
shall the owner of any grain enter into any agreement 
with any inspector of grain or with the keeper of any pub- 
lic warehouse ; neither shall any inspector enter into any 
agreement with the keeper of any public warehouse, the 
owner of any gram or other person, concerning the manner 
in which such grain shall be inspected, or graded, with an 
intent to give any grain an improper grade or a grade to 
which it does not belong ; and any person so offending shall 
be deemed guilty of a felony, and, on conviction, shall be 
imprisoned in the penitentiary not less than one nor more 
than five years. 

§ 11. All warehouse receipts issued to the owners of Receipts num- 
grain stored in any warehouse shall be consecutively ^®'®*^' 
numbered, and no two receipts bearing the same number 
shall be issued for the same grade of grain by any ware- 
houseman from the same warehouse, during the same 
calendar year, nor shall any warehouseman issue to any 
person any second receipt for any grain in store while any 



WAREHOUSEMEN. 1867 



former or other receipt for the same grain or any part 
thereof shall be outstanding and uncanceled, except 
in cases of lost receipts, when duplicates, so marked, may 
be issued ; and no warehouse receipts shall be issued unless 
the grain be in store or under the control of the warehouse- 
man issuing the same ; nor shall any receipt be issued to 
any person for a greater amount of grain than such person 
shall have delivered in store at the time of the issuing of 
such receipt ; nor shall any receipt be re-issued on which 
grain has once been delivered ; nor shall any receipt be 
issued unless the grain for which such receipt is Issued 
shall be actually in store and under the control of the ware- 
houseman issuing such receipt at the time such receipt was 
issued ; and every receipt, when once surrendered and the 
grain for which it was issued delivered, shall be canceled, 
and shall never thereafter be put in circulation. Any per- 
son who shall violate any of the provisions of this section, 
or who shall negotiate or put in circulation any warehouse 
receipt issued in violation of any of the provisions of this 
act, knowing the fraudulent character of such receipt, shall 
be deemed guilty of a felony, and on conviction thereoi, 
shall be fined in a sum not less than one thousand dollars 
nor more than five thousand dollars, and imprisoned in the 
penitentiary not less than one nor more than five years. 

Keaotiabie. § l^. All receipts for grain issued by any warehouse 

shall be negotiable, by indorsement in blank or by special 
indorsement, in the same manner and to the same extent as 
bills of exchange and promissory notes are. 

Conditions-, § l^- ^^ piintcd or written conditions or clauses in- 

serted in or attached to any warehouse receipt which in any 
way limit the liability imposed on warehousemen by this 
act shall have any force or efi'ect. 

May.visit. § 14. All pcrsous interested in any grain stored in any 

warehouse shall, at all times, have the right to visit snch 
warehouse and every part thereof containing grain, and 
shall have the right to examine the bin or bins into which 
his grain is being delivered or from whiA it is being taken 
or into which it is or may be stored, and shall, also, have 
the right to inspect and test the scales on which such grain 
is being weighed; and in case any inaccuracy is suspected, 
may demand that the public sealer of weights may test the 
said scales, when, if they are found correct, he shall pay 
the fees of such sealer, or, if found incorrect, such fees 
shall be paid by the warehouse keeper ; and all persons 
authorized by law to inspect or grade grain shall have the 
right, during business hours, to visit and examine all the- 
bins of each warehouse and the grain therein stored. 

Discrimination § 15. It shall be Unlawful for any warehouseman to dis- 
criminate as to the rates and charges between grain received 



1867 WAEEHOUSEMEN. 181 

over the different railroads entering any city or town where 
any warehouse is situated, 

§ 16, The common council of the city of Chicago may common coun- 
grant to any warehouseman in said city ihe right to use 
any street or alle}^ for the purpose of laying a track to con- 
nect his warehouse with any railroad in said city ; and said 
common council may authorize the railroad company to run 
its cars over such track, subject to such regulations as said 
common council may prescribe, 

§ 17, All contracts for the sale of grain for future de- Contracts. 
livery, except in cases where the seller is owner or agent ot 
the owner of such grain at the time of making the contract 
and in actual possession thereof, are hereby declared void 
and gambling contracts ; and all money paid in settlement 
of differences on any such contract may be recovered back 
in the same manner as other money lost in gambling, 

§ 18, All parties to any such gambling contract shall Gambling con- 
be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and, upon a conviction 
thereof, shall be fined one thousand dollars and imprison- 
ment not exceedidg one year in the county jail, and one-half 
of said fine shall go to the informer, who is hereby declared 
to be a competent witness on the trial of parties indicted 
under this act. 

§ 19. Any person who shall loan grain or warehouse Loaning. 
receipts therefor to any other person, to be used for deliv- 
ery on short contracts or for purposes of speculation merely, 
shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and subject to 
the punishment provided for in the preceding section ; and. 
in such cases, the informer shall receive half the tine and 
be a competent witness as aforesaid. . 

§ 20, In penal proceedings, under the two last preceding Evidence. 
sections, no warehouse receipts shall be received in evidence 
of ownership or possession of grain by the defendant at the 
time of making such contract; and, in all cases, proof on 
the part of the prosecution, of a contract made by the de- 
defendant for the sale of grain for future delivery, shall be 
priona facie evidence that such contract was a gambling 
one and void. 

§ 21. It shall be lawful for any public warehouseman Damaged grain. 
to sell any or all damaged grain which has remained in 
store for one year, during which time it has become dam- 
aged, for account of parties having claim thereto, after 
giving thirty days' notice, by publication in some newspaper 
published in the city or town where such warehouseman 
does business. 

§ 22. It shall be unlawful for any railroad or railway Railroads. 
company to deliver any grain into any warehouse, other 
than that into which it is consigned, without consent of the 
owner or consignor thereof; and it shall be the duty of said 
party or parties, at the time of shipment of said grain and 



WAEEHOTJSEMEN. 1867 



before it reaches its destination, to give notice to the j*ail- 
road or railway company, by card on the car or otherwise, 
of the warehouse into which said grain is to be delivered ; 
and for the fail ur§ to deliver grain according to the direc- 
tion of the owner or consignor thereof, such railroad or 
railway company shall be liable to the warehouseman to 
whom the same should have been delivered for two months' 
storage of all such grain so consigned or refused, and also 
to such warehouseman and to the owner of such grain for 
all other damages either of them may have sustained by 
reason of such refusal or neglect of said railroad or railway 
company, including all lawful expenses incurred by him or 
them in the prosecution of any suit or suits against such 
railroad or railway company to recover the penalties or 
enforce the provisions of this act; or, if such grain is to 
be taken from the cars without delivery into any warehouse, 
the railroad or railway company shall be notified in like 
manner thereof; and in such case said railroad or railway 
company shall notify said owner or consignee of the arrival 
of said grain at its destination, and give a seasonable time 
for the removal of the same ; and for the failure to give 
snch notice, when necessary, to the owner or consignee of 
the arrival of grain or for delivery of the same into any 
warehouse without the consent of such owner or consignee, 
or without notice or opportunity to remove the same from 
the cars of said railroad or railway company ; where said 
consent is not given, such railroad or railway company shall 
be liable to the owner of such grain for all damages he may 
have sustained by reason of the illegal action of such rail- 
road or railway company, including all lawful expenses in- 
curred by him in the prosecution of any suits against such 
railroad or railway company growing out thereof, and all 
lawful expenses incurred by him or his assignees against 
other parties to recover possession of such grain. 
Approved February 16, 1867. 



Iq force Feb'y AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act regulating warehousemen, and 
25, 1867. authorizing connections of railroads with warehouses and for other 

purposes," approved February 16, a. d, 1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represerited in the General Assemhly^ ThatHhe 
Consigner. gaj^ ^ct be SO amended, that wherever the word " con- 
signor " occurs in the twenty-second section thereof, the 
said act shall read in lieu thereof " consignee ;" and that 
where the word " and " occurs for the second time in said 



1867 WITNESSES. 183 

twenty-second section, the said act shall be so amended 
that in lieu of the said word "and" the said act shall 
read "or." 

§ 2. This act shall be deemed a public act, and shall 
take effect from and after its passage. 

Approved February 25, 1867. 



WITNESSES. 



AN ACT relating to the competency of witnesses in civil cases. In force Feb. 14, 

1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People cyf tJie State of 
lllinvis^ represented in the General Aasenihly^ That no witnesses, 
person shall be disqualified as a witness in any civil action, 
suit or proceeding, except as hereinafter stated, by reason I 

of his or her interest in the event thereof as a party or 
otherwise, or by reason of his or her conviction of any 
crime, but such interest or conviction may be shown for the 
purpose of affecting the credibility of such witness ; and the 
fact of such conviction may be proven like any fact not of 
record, either by the witness himself (who shall be com- 
pelled to testify thereto) or by any other witness cognizant 
of such conviction, as impeaching testimony, or by any 
other competent evidence. 

§ 2. liiHt no party to anj^ civil action, suit or proceed- E.xccption?. 
ing, or person directly interested in the event thereof, shall 
be allowed to testify therein of his own motion, or in his 
own behalf, l)y virtue of the foregoing section, when any 
adverse party sues or defends as the trustee or conservator 
of any idiot, lunatic or distracted person, or as the execu- 
tor, administrator, heir, legatee or devisee of any deceased 
person, or as guardian or trustee of any such heir, legatee 
ordevi >ee, unless when called as a witness by such adverse 
party so suing or defending; and also except in the follow- 
ing cases, namely : 

Fird — In any such action, suit or proceeding, a party or ceatii. 
interested person may testify tofacts occurring after the 
death of such deceased person. 

Second — When, in such action, suit or proceeding, any Agent of decM. 
agent of any deceased person shall, in behalf of any person 
or persons suiijg or being sued in either of the capacities 
above named, testify to any conversation or transaction be- 
tween such agent and the opposite party or party in inter- 
est, such opposite party or party in interest may testify 
concerning the same conversation or transaction. 



184 WITNESSES. 1867 

Bivect interest. Third — Where, in any such action, suit or proceeding, 
any such party suing or defending as aforesaid, or any 
person having a direct intecest in the event of such action, 
suit or proceeding, shall testify in behalf of such party so 
suing or defending, to any conversation or transaction with 
the opposite party or party in interest, then such opposite 
party or party in interest shall also be permitted to testily 
as to the same conversation or transaction. 

Not interested. Fouvth — Where, In au}' such action, suit or proceeding, 
any witness not a party to the record, or not a party in in- 
terest, or not an agent of such deceased person, shall, in 
behalf of any party to such action, suit, or proceeding, tes- 
tify to any conversation or admission by any adverse party 
or party in interest, occurring before the death and in the 
absence of such deceased person, such adverse party or 
party in interest may also testify as to the same admission 
or conversation. 

Deposition. Fifth — When, in any such action, suit or proceeding, the 

deposition of such deceased person shall' be read in evi- 
• dence at the trial, any adverse party or party in interest 

may testify as to all matters and things testified to in such 
deposition by such deceased person, and not excluded for 
irrelevancy or incompetenc}'. 

Book account, § 3, Where, in any civil action, suit or proceeding, the 
claim or defense is founded on a book account, any party 
or interested person may testify to his account hook, and 
the items therein contained, that the same is a book of 
original entries, and that the entries therein were made by 
himself, and are true and just, or that the same were made 
by a deceased person, or by a disinterested person, a non- 
resident of the state at the time of the trial, and were made 
by such deceased or non-resident person in the usual course 
of trade, and of his duty or employment to the party so 
testifying ; and thereupon the said account book and en- 
tries shall be admitted as evidence in the cause. 

Pai-tner. § 4. That in any action, suit or proceeding, by or 

against any surviving partner or partners, joint contractor 
or contractors, no adverse party, or person adversely inter- 
ested in the event thereof, shall, by virtue of section one 
of this act, be rendered a competent witness to testify to 
' any admission or conversation by any deceased partner or 

joint contractor, unless some one or more of the surviving 
partners or joint contractors were also present at the time 
of such admission or conversation. 

Husband or § 5. That uo liusbaud or wife shall, by virtue of section 

^^'*^^- one of this act, be rendered competent to testify for or 

against each other as to any transaction or conversation oc- 
curring during the marriage, whether called as a witness 
during the existence of the marriage or after its dissolution, 
except in cases where the wife would, if unmarried, be 



L867 t WITNESSES. 185 

plaintiff or defendant, or where the cause of action grows 
^)ut of a personal wrong or injury done by one to the other, 
,)r grows out of the neglect of the husband to furnish the 
vife with a suitable support, and except also in cases 
vhere the litigation shall be concerning the separate prop- 
erty of the wife, in all of which cases the husband and wife 
inay testify for or against each other in the same manner 
lis other parties may under the provisions of this act. 
! § 6. That any party to any ci^il action, suit or proceed- ^^fj.*'"®^ p-"""- 
ng may compel any adverse party or person for whose 
oenefit such action, suit or proceeding is brought, institu- 
,ed, prosecuted or defended, to testify as a witness at the 
rial, or by deposition, taken as other depositions are by law 
•equired, in the same manner and subject to the same rules 
>8 other witnesses. 

§ 7. That in any civil action, suit, or proceeding, no No release. 
,)erson who would, if a party thereto be incompetent to tes- 
ify therein under the provisions of section two, or section 
■hree, shall become competent by reason of any assignment 
>r release of his claim made for the purpose of allowing 
mch person to testify. 

I § 8. That nothing in this act contained shall in any man- Estates. 
ler affect the laws now existing relating to the settlement 
)f the estates of deceased persons, infants, idiots, lunatics, 
_)r distracted persons, or to the acknowledgment or proof 
)f deeds and other conveyances relating to real estate, in 
order to entitle the same to be recorded, or to the attesta- 
ion of the execution of last wills and testaments, or of any 
)ther instrument required bylaw to be attested. 

§ 0. That sections thirty-nine, (39) forty, (40,) and forty- Revised aiat- 
)ne, (41,) of chapter fifty-nine, (59) and section seven (7) of "'*'^- 
;hapter fifty-four (54) of the Revised Statutes of 1845 ; and 
m act to dispense with bills of discovery in certain cases, 
ipproved February 20th, a. d. 1861, and an act to amend 
.:he same, approved February 16, a. d. 1865, and all other 
lets and parts of acts inconsistent herewith, be and the 
same are hereby repealed. 

§ 10. This act shall take effect and be in force from and 
ifter its passage, and shall apply to all cases then pending. 

Approved February 19, 1867. 



186 FEINTING AND BINDING. 1867 



PRINTING AND BINDING. 



I» foi'^e March AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act to reduce the several acts in ' 
'• relation to printing and binding, into one act, and to amend the same," * 

approved February 16, 1865. 

Section 1 . Be it enacted hy the Feojple of the State of \ 

Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly^ That section { 

Printing to be one of ail act to reduce the several acts in relation to prinfc- I 

let by contract. . ^ ^ • ^- • . . -, , ii*^ * 

ing and binding into one act, and to amend the same, \ 
approved February 16, 1865, be, and the same is hereby so i 
amended as to read as follows, to-wit: The printing and 
binding of all laws, journals, reports and other documents 
which now or hereafter may be required to be printed for 
the use of this state, shall be let by contract to the lowest | 
responsible bidder or bidders, and that the same shall be | 
paid for at the contract prices, and no more. 
Notice.of letting g 2. That scctiou two (2) of said act be altered and 
amended to read as follows : It shall be the duty of the j 
secretary of state, after having given thirty days' notice, to ■ 
be published daily in two papers printed at the city of 
Springfield, and the two printed at Chicago having the i 
largest daily circulation, of the time of letting the printing j 
of the laws, journals, reports, and other documents, which 
may be required for the use of the state, to contract with 
some responsible person or persons, to do the printing of 
the approaching session of the general assembly. 
Award of con- § 3. That scctioii three (sec. 3) of said act be altered 
tracts. ^^^ amended to read as follows : At the time designated in 

said advertisement for the opening of the bids, the secre- 
tary of state shall proceed to open the same in the presence \ 
of the governor, auditor and treasurer, or any two of them, ; 
and such other persons as may desire to witness the same, 
which said officers, or any three of them, shall award the con- 
tract to the lowest responsible bidder or bidders. Each person 
who may present a bid to the secretary of state shall inclose in 
the same envelope with said bid, a good and sufficient bond in 
the penalty of fifteen thousand dollars, conditioned that he or| 
they will faithfully, and in a good and workmanlike mau-| 
ner, perform and execute all the public printing required; 
to be done in pursuance of his contract on that behalf, 
which said bond shall be approved by the governor and 
filed in the office of the secretary of state. 
Two contracts § 4. That scctiou four (sec. 4) of said act be altered and 
may e ma e. g^j^jgjjjjg^j ^^ TQdi^ 38 follows : That the Secretary of state is] 
authorized and instructed to advertise for bids to do the| 
printing for the approaching general assembly, in two con-; 
tracts, one to include all the laws, journals and reportsi 



L!)7 FEINTING AND BINDING. 187 

■(uired and authorized to be printed, and the other to in- 

{l:le the bills, messages, blanks, certificates, circulars, or 

icertisements, which now are or hereafter may be required 

rlaw to be printed by the general assembly, or by either 

jinch thereof, or by the governor, or by either of the 

lads of departments, in pursuance of law, and in the dis- 

jju'ge of their official duties ; and the printing authorized 

tje done, under the provisions of this act, shall be let and 

rarded in two contracts separately, as above provided, to 

1 lowest bidder or bidders: Provided^ nothing herein ^^"^^ t^P^'^^ ,, 

il.U be construed to prevent both contracts being taken by contracts. 

I: same person or persons, when he or they shall be the 

cest bidder or bidders for each contract respectively : 

\d m ovided further, that the trastees of the various ben- state mstitu- 

. -^ . . "^ . f .^ 1 •! 1 tutions may 

sJ-iary institutions or the state may have printed, under employ ©ther 
lir order, by such printer or printers as they may em- P"^'^*®''^- 
) y. the reports of said institutions, when the same can be 
lie at twenty per cent, less than the price paid for the 
>*nting of said reports made to this general assembly, to 
),paid for out of the appropriations for said institutions. 
^ 5. Section five (sec. 5) of said act shall be amended to read Prices of work. 
I follows: The maximum price of public printing shall be 
^follows, to-wit : For plain work, seventy cents per thou- 
Mid ems ; for figure or rule work, one dollar and five cents 
Dr thousand ems ; for figure and rule work, one dollar and 
'(jty cents per thousand ems, for composition ; and seventy 
Jilts per token, of sixteen pages, for press work ; for blanks 
J any description, one dollar and fifty cents for the first 
^'ire, and for each additional quire of the same kind, 
:]ered at the same time, one dollar per quire, excepting 
nen said blanks are larger than a sheet of flat cap paper, 
: contain so much composition as to require additional 
Mipensation ; then the public printer shall be allowed to 
:;aro:e a reasonable advance upon the prices above speci- 
^d for printing blanks, which said advance charges shall 
I passed upon by the officers authorized to settle the prin- 
:''s accounts, as hereinafter provided. The paper for such 
anks aforesaid, shall be furnished by the public printer at 
1 5 own proper cost and charge, and shall not be charged 
t nor paid for by the state; and if any of said blanks 
rircsaid, shall, in the opinion of the officers ordering the 
;ine, be badly or inaccurately printed, or be printed on 
l-per of an inferior quality, the officers ordering them may 
ifuse to receive them, and no work so rejected shall be 
[lid for by the state. " A. quire of blanks," as used in this 
tt, shall be construed to mean twenty-four blanks of the 
Ke of a full sheet of flat cap paper, or forty-eight blanks 
'' any smaller size, or twenty-four blanks of any smaller 
ize which are printed on both sides of the paper. For 
Ivertising, the public printer or printers shall receive for 
jich fine of nonpareil type, or each line of type of a smaller 



188 PRINTING AND BINDING. 1887 

size, not more than ten cents for the first insertion, and 
not more than seven and one-half cents for each additional 
insertion that may be ordered by the officer of government 
who directs the same to be published. 

Accounts of § 6. That section fifteen (sec. 15) of said act be altered 

-how^djlfsted and amended to read as follows : It shall be the duty, of the 
secretary of state, auditor and treasurer, to examine all the 
accounts rendered by the public printer or printers, for 
work performed, or materials furnished for the state, which, 
said ofiicers shall call to their aid three or a less' number of 
practical printers, who shall not be in the employ of the 
public printer, or in any manuer interested in the contracte 

^of"ext™fBe°r^. for printing or binding, to assist them in the examination 
of said accounts. The persons so employed shall be paid 
at the rate of five dollars per day for the time necessarily 
occupied in the examination of such accounts, to be paid 
out of the fund appropriated for the expenses of the office 
of secretary of state. 

Perceutum of § 7_ Tliat scctiou sixtecu (sec. 16) of said act, in its 

waste of paper • • <. 1 1 . ^ ,. ' • J • 

provision tor allowance of wastage of paper m performing, 
the printing provided for in this act, or in the act to which 
this is an amendment, be amended by changing the word 
five to three, and that the latter be the sum allowed the' 
public printer or printers for wastage of paper. j 

Notice ef let- | 8. That scction seventeen (sec. 17) of said act be so! 
mg in ing, g^jj^g^^jg^j ^g ^q require the secretary of state in advertising: 
for proposals to do the folding, stitching and binding of the 
approaching general assembly, consisting of laws, jour- 
nals, reports and other documents, to give thirty days'; 
notice of such letting, to be published daily in two news-' 
papers printed at the city of Springfield, and daily in the 
two newspapers printed at the city of Chicago having 
the largest daily circulation. j 

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

Approved March 9, 1867. 



CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS. 



WiiKEEAs, tliore are re}3orts in circulation in the public 
press and elsewhere, reflecting upon the management 
of the Hos})ital for the Insane, thereby tending toinjm-e the 
re]»utation of the superintendent and to impair tlie useful- 
ness of that important institution; therefore, 

Resolved^ the Senate coiiGurring^ That a joint conmiittee 
of three from this house and two from the senate, be 
appointed to visit the Hospita,l for the Insane, after the 
adjournment of the legislature, at such times as thev may 
deem necessary, with power to send for pei'sons and pa)»ers, 
and to examine witnesses on oath. That said committee 
be instructed thoroughly to examine and inquire into the 
financial and sanitary management of said institution; to 
ascertain whether any of the inmates are improperly 
retained m the hospital, or unjustly placed there, and 
whether the inmates are humanely and kindly treated, and 
to confer with the trustees of said hospital in regard to the 
speedy correction of any abuses found to exist, and to 
report to the governor, from time to time, at their discre- 
tion. 

And he it further resolved^ That said committee be 
instructed to examine the financial and general manage- 
ment of the other state institutions. 



Adopted by tlie Ilouse of Representatives. 
CoiicuiTed in bv the Senate. 



F. CORWIN, Simxker. 
WM. BROSS, Sjtealcfi: 



The Speaker anuouneed tliat lie liad appointed as such eununiltee, on 
the part of the House, Messrs. Baldw in, Wakenian, Kieks. 

F. CORWIN, Sjjmkm: 

The Speaker announced that lie had appointed as sueh committee, on the 
part of the Seuate, Messrs. Fuller, Hunter. 

C. E. LTPPINOOTT, Serretar// of .Senate. 



CONCUKRENT RESOLUTIONS. 



Resolved by the /Senate, the House of Representatives c<i 
curring herein, That each senator and the several electi! 
officers of the senate be furnished with iiewspapers eqm| 
lent to fifty (50) copies of a daily paper, and that eg| 
member of the House of Rej^resentatives and its sevei 
elective ofhcers be furnished with newspapers equivalent' 
fifty (50) daily papers, to be paid for out of the contingd 
fund. ' 

V. COR w IX, 
Spridrr of the House of nrprexn,!,,!;,, 

WM. BROSS. 

SjiPiil.rr of ihf S.^,...: 



1 



JOINT RESOLUTIONS. 



HEKEA8, the naval department lias expended over one 
hndred thonsand dollars for a navy yard at Mound City, 
lEiois, and has left it incompleted ; and whereas, the thir- 
t^i iron-clad monitors, now anchored at Mound City, to- 
er with the other interests of the western branch of our 
niy, require a western navy yard, which can be completed 
aiiound City for a small additional expenditure; therefore, 
Resolved hy the House of Representatives, the Senate con- 
ing herein, That our senators in congress be instructed 
our representatives earnestly requested, without delay, 
86 all honorable means to secure the passage of a bill 
iigh congress making such appropriations as may be 
d necessary to complete the navy yard at Mound City; 
al that the clerk of the house, immediately on the passage 
ofhis preamble and resolution, send a certified copy thereof 
toach of our senators and representatives in congress. 






Whereas, the DesMoines rapids of the Mississippi seri- 
y obstruct the navigation of said river, and it is proposed 
vercome those obstructions by a canal, to be located and 
Btructed by and under the authority of congress; there- 

Resolved, That our senators in congress be instructed and 

representatives be requested, by all proper and legiti- 

,e means, to have such a survey made of both the Iowa 

. Illinois sides of said river, on the DesMoines rapids, 

3re the location of such canal, as to- demonstrate clearly 

which side of said river a canal can be constructed to the 

t advantao;e, taking into consideration the length of the 

al, ease and expense of construction, advantages as well 

fK^bstructious to the free navigation of the river ; that they 

ab endeavor to obtain the location of said canal on this 

9ie of the river, if the same can be done at the same ex- 

pise and will be of equal advantage to navigation as if 

castructed on the Iowa side of the river. 



190 JOINT EESOLUTIONS. 18( 

Resolved^ That the secretary of state immediately forwai 
to each of our senators and representatives in congress a coj 
of the foregoing resolution. 



Whereas, the contraction of the currency by the wit, 
drawal of legal tender treasury notes froni circulation i 
the present Hnancial condition of the country, would l! 
injurious to the government, and oppressive to the ta^ 
payers ; and whereas, the interest of the government ai; 
people would be promoted by the withdrawal from circu! 
tion of the notes issued by the national banks, and by t' 
substitution therefor of legal tender treasury notes, and I 
the payment of interest-bearing legal tender treasury no<' 
at the earliest option of the government in non-intere! 
bearing legal tender treasury notes ; therefore, be it ! 

Resolved by the House of Hepresentatives of the State \ 
Illinois, the Senate concurt^ing herein, That our senators \ 
instructed and our representatives in congress be requestj 
to oppose all measures tending to the contraction of t* 
currency by the withdrawal of the legal tender treasu! 
notes, and to aid in all measures tending to the withdravi 
of the national bank notes, and the substitution thereforj 
legal tender treasury notes. 



Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives 
the State of Illinois, {two-thirds of the members elect to ei 
house agreeing thereto,) That the following amendment' 
and the same is hereby proposed to the constitution of * 
state of Illinois, as an amendment of section seven of 
ninth article : 

The general assembly shall have no power to release 
Illinois Central Railroad Company from its obligation, 
pay into the state treasury either the tax or the per cent .» 
of the gross receipts of the Illinois Central Railroad f 
branches, as stipulated in its charter. 



Resolved by the Senate, the House of Representatives c 
Gurring herein, That our senators be instructed and / 
members of congress be requested to use all honoraft 



. ,867 JOINT KESOLUTIONS. 191 

— ^ ■ 

Qeans to secure the establishment at Cairo, Illinois, of a 
'eneral depot for army supplies for the south and south- 
west, and ttiat the secretary of state be instructed to for- 
ward a certified copy of this resolution to each of our 
enators and representatives in congress. 



T Whereas, the rebellion inaugurated by misguided and 
I'f^icked men, for the overthrow of republican government, 
ind the substitution of despotisms in which essential natu- 
al rights were denied, has been suppressed by federal 
rms; and whereas, in the conflict thus ended, the soldiers 
f Illinois have always displayed dauntless courage, and 
nsurpassed devotion to the nation's cause, winning, by 
eir heroism and great qualities, an enviable and enduring 
ime for themselves and their state, as the saviors of the 
ipublic; therefore, be it 

Besolved by the Senate and Rouse of Representatives of 
\& State of Illinois, That the thanks of all the people of 
lis state are due, and are hereby tendered, to the soldiars 
nd sailors from Illinois in the federal service, for their dis- 
Dgiiished services in behalf of constitutional liberty and 
Bit-govern nient. 
Resolved, That the sympathy of the people of Illinois 
ie and is hereby tendered to the widows and orphans whose 
rotectors have fallen in said service, and to all disabled 
aldiers and sailors of the state. 



Whereas, the government of the United States has ever 
rborne to become parties to foreign wars, or attempted to 
btain foreign territory by conquest, or mingle in their 
omestic struggles ; and while believing our own form of 
overnment to be the best on earth, and that we have never 
et attempted to propagate it by intrigue, diplomacy, or by 
)rce, and regarding it as our first duty to claim a like 
Ixemption from all foreign interference ; and whereas, also, 

e believe in the principle announced nearly a half century 
lince, by one whose virtues will never be forgotten, that the 
American continents, by the free and independent condi- 
ions which they have assumed and maintained, are not to 
e considered as subject to future colonization by any 
European power ; " therefore, 



192 



JOINT RESOLUTIONS. 1867 



Resolved by the Senate, the House of Bejpresentatives con- 
curring herein, That our senators in congress be pd are 
hereby instructed, and our representatives requested, to 
pursue such a course, and adopt such measures— in the liret 
place, by a resort to a just and honorable diplomacy— as 
will prevent all foreign interference with republican gov- 
ernments on this continent ; and that, if such diplomacy 
fails, that they then adopt such other measures as will 
effectually prevent such interference. 



Resolved by the House of Bepresentatives, the Senate con- 
curring herein, That the electors of the state of Illinois be 
and they are hereby recommended, at the next election of 
members of the general assembly, to vote for or against 
calling a convention to form a new constitution for the | 



state of Illinois. 



Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate con- \ 
curring herein. That the adjutant general of the state be | 
authorized and required to make a full report of the records I 
and transactions of his office, embracing therein the names, ; 
residence, date of enrollment, muster, discharge or death,! 
of every officer, soldier and marine of this state m thej 
military and naval service of the United States, during the , 
late war, with such other military information as may be of 
public interest. ^ ^ c 

Said report shall be published in size and style _ot a^ 
volume similar to those published by the state of Indiana,; 
and that two thousand five hundred copies of the same be 
printed under the supervision of the adjutant general. 

Resolved,further, That said report, so published, be dis- 
tributed in manner provided by law, as follows : To the 
offices of each county clerk and each circuit clerk, one copy ; 
to each public library in this state, one copy ; to each mem-; 
berof the general assembly and its elective officers, onei 
copy ; to each state officer of this state, one copy ; to the 
adjutant general's office of each state and territory, one 
copy ; to each state library, one copy; to the United btatef 
library, five copies ; to the war department at W ashingtoD 
City, fifty copies ; and the remaining copies to be deposited 
with the adjutant general, to be disposed of in sets, to soldierf 
and citizens of the state, at cost ; Provided, that said re 
port shall not exceed eight volumes, and shall not cost! 
exceeding two dollars per volume. 



1867 JOINT RESOLUTIONS. 193 



"Whereas, propositions have been submitted to the two 
houses of the general assembly of the state of Illinois, by 
the county authorities of Champaign county, and by the 
citizens acting for and on behalf of the counties of Morgan, 
Logan and McLean, all of which propositions embrace offers 
of money, bonds, lands, etc., to induce the state to locate 
the "Industrial University" at their respective h)calities ; 
and whereas it is desirable that this state accede to that offer 
which, all things considered, is the most advantageous to 
the people of Illinois ; therefore. 

Resolved hj the Senate^ the House of Representatives con- 
curring therein. That a committee of fifteen be appointed, 
of which five shrJl be members of tliis body, and ten of the 
house, whose duty it shall be to proceed forthwith to each 
of said counties, and examine the various items composing 
their respective bids, and report on or before the 15th inst., 
on the cash value thereof, and sufhciency of the title by 
which said property is held. 

Resolved^ That until said investigation and report are 
made, the further action of the general assembly on the 
subject be suspended. 



I 



Resolved^ That the secretary of state is hereby directed 
to report to this house the actual aggregate quantity of sta- 
tionery delivered to members and officers of this general 
assembly, and the actual cost ])rice thereof; said report to 
be transmitted to this house by nine o'clock a, m. to-morrow 
mornino;. 



Resolved by the iSenate, the House of Representatives con- 
curring herein^ That the generous offer of Col. E. A. Chapin, 
superintendent of the Great Western railroad, to furnish a 
special train, by giving twenty-four hours' notice, to convey 
the members and officers of the legislature to Jacksonville, 
be accepted. 



Resolved by the Senate, the House of Representatives con- 
curring herein, That the secretary of state be and is herebv 
authorized to have fifteen hundred copies of an act entitled 
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194 JOINT RESOLUTIONS. 1867 



"An act relating to the competency of witnesses in civil 
cases," approved February 19, 1867, printed, with a copy of 
his certificate thereto attached — one thousand for distribu- 
tion among the members of the house of representatives, 
and five hundred for distribution among the members of 
the senate. 



Resolved hy the. Senate, the House of Representatives con- 
curring herein^ That when the respective houses of the legis- 
lature adjourn, on Thursday, the 17th instant, they shall 
adjourn until the usual hour of meeting on Tuesday next. 



Wheeeas, the board of managers of Oak Kidge Cemetery 
propose to donate to the state a suitable vacant lot, to be 
selected for the final resting place of the remains of the late 
Governor William H. Bissell, with his wife and children ; 
therefore, 

Resolved hy the Senate and House of Representatives^ 
That the ofler of the donation of said lot be accepted for the 
purpose aforesaid, and that Ex- Governor John "Wood, the 
Hon. Jesse K. Dubois and the Hon. O. M. Hatch are hereby 
appointed a committee to select said lot, and receive a deed 
therefor to the state of Illinois, in trust, for the purposes 
aforesaid. 



Resolved hy the House of Representatives, the Senate con- 
curring herein, That ten thousand copies of the report of 
the Illinois State Agricultural Society be printed, under the 
direction of said society, as heretofore ; and that the secre- 
tary of state distribute fifteen copies to each member of this 
general assembly; fifty copies to each county agricultural 
society, organized under the law of this state ; two hundred 
copies to the Illinois State Horticultural Society; one hun- 
dred copies for the use of the state library ; and the remain- 
ing copies to said State Agricultural Society, for distribution '■ 
to other industrial and educational institutions and public ' 
libraries of this state and other states and counties. 



1867 JOINT JRESOLU'flONS. l95 



Wheeeas, the interests of the community require that 
commerce should be left free to establish and follow such 
channels as will most conduce to the interests of all, there- 
fore, no such restraints should be imposed upon it as would 
discriminate unjustly in favor of one locality to the preju- 
dice of another, whether situated in the same or different 
states ; whereas, also, the great lines of railrbad communi- 
cation necessarily extend into several states by continuous 
lines, and a just regard for the interests of all require that 
such roads should be allowed to make such regulations for 
the transportation of passengers and freight as will advance 
' the interests of all, and should not be prevented by legisla- 
tion, in one state, tending to force such trade to any locality 
I within such state, to the injury of either of the sister states, 
i the roads, or the public; thus, any such legislation would 
\ justify corresponding restrictive legislation on the part of a 
■ sister state, in defense of the interests of its people, which 
[ must necessarily tend to injure both ; therefore, 

Hesolvcd hy Ike House of liepi^csentatives, the Senate con- 
curring herein^ That we regret to learn that the legislature 
of Missouri are endeavoring, by legislation in regard to the 
Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad, to prevent travel and 
trade passing over said road, following its proper and natu- 
ral channel over the Quincy and Palmyra llailroad, thereby 
unjustly discriminating in favor of the supposed interests 
of Missouri, and against those of Illinois. 

Resolved^ That such legislation should be met in such a 
spirit as to satisfy the legislature of Missouri that Illinois 
is willing to throw open the channel of trade and travel, 
and allow the laws of trade and the interests of our com- 
munities to seek such marts as their interests may dictate, 
without any restraints discriminating in favor of our state 
to the injury of the other. 

Resolved^ That a copy of these resolutions be forwarded 
by the governor of this state to the governor of the state 
of Missouri. 



Resolved hy the House of Representatives^ the Senate con- 
curring herein^ That each member of the twenty-fifth gen- 
eral assembly and the lieutenant governor shall receive for 
distribution eight copies of the first and second volumes of 
the report of the state geologist, and upon its publication 
the same number of copies of third volume ; and that each 
member of the twenty-fourth general assembly be entitled 
to receive eleven copies of the said third volume, and that 
the clerks and assistant clerks of the house of representa- 



196 JOINT HESoLtJiioKS. 1867 

tives, and the secretary and assistant secretaries of the gen- 
ate receive one copy each of the three vokimes, and that 
the state geologist have the distribution of the remaining 
copies of the three volumes of said report. 



Resolved hy the House of Representatives, the Senate con- 
curring herein, That each member of the senate and house, 
and the speaker of the senate be provided with one bound 
copy of either of the session issue of the " State Journal " or 
" State Register," as he may select, to b ebound at the close 
of the session ; and that the secretar}^ of state be required 
to forward said copy to the address of each person entitled 
to receive the same, within three months from the close of 
the session, by express, prepaying all charges incurred by 
expressing the same. 



Resolved hy the Souse of Rej^resentatives, the Senate con- 
curring herein, That the firm of Ely, Burnham and Bart- 
lett, short-hand writers, be and are hereby appointed as the 
official reporters for this general assembly, whose duly it 
shall be to place in each house two competent reporters, to 
be paid at the rate of fifteen dollars per day, each, for mak- 
ing full reports of the debates in short-hand, and writing 
out for daily publication so much of the same as may be 
necessary for a full report of the proceedings, and a synopsis 
of the debates, the aggregate for both houses not to exceed 
ten columns nonpareil ; and that said reports be published 
in the " Springfield Daily Journal " and " Register," and 
that said papers be paid for the same at the rate of five dol- 
lars per column, solid nonpareil. 



Resolved hy the House of Representatives, the Senate con- 
curring herein. That four hundred copies of the joint rules 
of the house and senate of the last session be ordered printed 
for use of the present house and senate, and that the state 
printer be requested to furnish the same as soon as prac- 
ticable. 



.667 JOINT RESOLUTIONS. 197 



Resolved ly the House of Mepsesntatives, tlie Senate con- 
irring herein^ That on Tuesday, the fifteenth day of Jan- 
ury, instant, at 2 o'clock, v. m. each house shall by itself, 
id in the manner prescribed by the act of congress, ap- 
poved July 25, 1866, name a person for senator in congress 
cm the state of Illinois, for the term of six years from the 
[lurth day of March, a. d. 1867, and on Wednesday, the 
6tli day of January, instant, at 12 o'clock meridian, the 
xo houses shall meet in joint session for the purpose of 
invassing the votes of each house for United States sena- 
)r, given the day previous ; and in case no person shall 
ave been elected, then to proceed and elect, by joint ballot. 
United States senator, for the term of six years from the 
'iirtli day of March, a. d. 1867. 



Depautmext ov State, Springfield, Illinois, 
April 17, ISeT. 

I, Sharon Tyndale, secretary of state of the state of Illinois, do hereby 

irtify that the foregoing printed laws are true and perfect copies of the 

irolled laws on file in this office, with the exception of the words printed 

brackets thus, [ ]. 

In testimony whereof I hereunto set my hand, the day and year aforc- 

id. 

SHARON TYNDALE, 

Secretary of State. 



INDEX 



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INDEX 



APPROPRIATIONS. 

Assembly : 

Postage for, 1 

Auditor to draw on treasurer, 1 

Secretary to furnish stamps, 1 

Salaries of state officers, 16 

Mileage, 16 

Contingent fund,. 18 

Stationery, 19 

Adjutant general, 20 
Superintendent public instruction, 20 

Agricultural Society: 

Auditor to issue warrant, 31 

College, Illinois Soldiers: 

Bonefit of soldiers, sailors, etc., 15 

Auditor to draw warrant, 15 

Accounts rendered quarterly, 15 
County authorities to select two 

students, 15 
Applicants from counties to have 

precedence, 15 

Digest, Illinois: 

To be purchased, 8 

Eye and Ear Infirmary : 

Accommodations, 37 

Duty of officers, 37 

Property exempt from taxes, 38 

Entomologist: 

Appointed by governor, 85 

To make reports, 36 

Geological and Mineralogical Survey: 

Salary of state geologist, 10 

Third volume to be published, 10 
Secretary of state to furnish paper, 10 

Home for children of deceased solders: 

Deserters' fund, 29 

Children to be received, 29 

Horticultural Society: 

Premiums, 16 

History, Illinois Natural : 

Normal University, 21 

Auditor to draw warrants, 21 

Librarian, State: 

To be paid quarterly, 28 

Salary, " 28 

To furnish, 28 

—21 



APPROPRIATIONS. 

Money, Public : 

State treasurer to purchase safe, 31 
Monument to Governor Bissell, 80 

Aid National Lincoln Monument, 2 

Materials : 

For service rendered and materials 
furnished, 23 

National Soldiers' Cemetery: 

Auditor to issue warrant, 31 

Penitentiary, State : 

Warrants to issue, 22 

Expenses, payment of, 4 

Auditor to issue order, 5 

Warden to be appointed, 32 

Salary, 32 

Discharged convicts, 33 

Surgeon, 33 

Illinois Southern Penitentiary, 11 

Governor to nominate commission- 
ers, 11 
Commissioners to give bonds, 11 
To procure tools, 11 
Laws of penitentiary at Jo 1 let to 

be applied, 12 

Warden, how appointed, 14 

Portraits : 

Governor to contract for portraits 
of Abraham Lincoln and Stephen 
A. Douglas, 36 

Relief: 

Relief of Henry G. C. Moritz, 44 

Relief of Martin L Lee, 44 

Reformation : 

Juvenile oifenders and vagrants, 38 
State House : 

Governor authorized to convey 

state house and grounds, 6 

$200,000 to be paid in two install- 
ments, 6 
New state house to be erected, 6 
Commissioners appointed, 6 
Sangamon county and Springfield 

to issue bonds, g 

Commissioners to advertise for 
plans and specifications, 7 



202 



liJbEx. 



APPROPRIATIONS. 

Use of present state house reserved 

to the state, 7 

State Hospital : 

Preamble, 4 

State Institutions Jacksonville : 

Deaf and dumb asylum, 9 

Blind, 9 

Insane Hospital, 9 

School for idiots, 9 

Auditor to draw warrant, 10 

State Agricultural Society: 

Auditor to issue warrant in favor 

of E. Paine, ai 

Seal of State : 

Design same as original, 36 
Secretary of state to certify, etc., 37 

Auditor to issue warrant, 37 

Universal Exposition : 

Collection to be sent, 3 
Expenses of Illinois to be defrayed, 3 

Auditor to draw warrant, 3 

ATTORNEY GENERAL. 

Governor to nominate, 47 

Term of office. 47 

Oath of office, 47 

Duties, 47 

Salary, 47 

AUDITOR PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 

Auditor authorized to convey real 

estate, 48 

Proviso, 48 

BANKS. 

Banks may file bond, 48 

Penalty of bond, 4§ 

Auditor to publish notice, 49 

Auditor's fees, 49 

Banks may reduce capital, 49 
To repeal and amend law iii relation 

to banks, 49 

Laws repealed, 50 

CIRCUIT COURT. 
Terms changed : 

Fourth judicial circuit, term changed, 51 
Fifth " " " 51 
Sixth " " " 52 
Seventh " " " 53 
Tenth " '' " 53 
Fourteenth " " " 54 
Fifteenth *' " " 55 
Seventeenth " " 57 
Eighteenth " " " 58 
Nineteentli " " " 59 
Twentieth " " " 60 
Twenty-second " " 61 
Twenty -sixth " " 62 
Twenty-seventh " " 63 
Kendall county " " 63 
Stephenson county to regulate prac- 
tice, " 64 
Jo Daviess county circuit court, 
-#^term changed, 66 



CIRCUIT COURT. 

Will county circuit court, term 

changed, 
Bureau county circuit court, term 

changed, 
Clerk circuit court Clinton county 

to make up court records, 
Jo Daviess county circuit court, 

term changed. 
Judge of nineteenth judicial circuit 

to certify to compensation. 
To I'epeal sections sixteen, etc., to 

regulate practice in Kane county. 
To provide additional bailiifs, 

COUNTY COURTS. 
Cook county court, 
Election of justices of the peace 

and constables, 
To change time of holding court in 

Cook county. 
County courts to settle estates of 

deceased persons and minors, 
Comi^ensation of judges, 
Vermilion county court, change of 

term. 
Jurisdiction of county court of De 

Kalb county extended, 
Jurisdiction of county court of 

Marion county extended, 

COURT, SUPREME. 

First grand division, term changed, W 
First and third grand divisions, term 
changed, 1& 

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. 
City of Cairo : 

Time of holding court of common 

pleas changed. 
Increase of salaries, 

CITY COURT. 

Alton City Court — Change of time, 



COUNTY JUDGES. 

Compensation, 

Pay fixed. 

Jurisdiction of the county judge of 

Will county extended. 
Increase of compensation, 

COUNTIES. 

Jurisdiction of Alexander and Pu- 
laski counties. 



1i 



CANADA THISTLES. 
Introduction of. 
Penalty, 

CORPORATIONS. 

For mechanical and chemical pur- 
poses. 
Consolidation of companies, 8( 



INDEX. 



;CONTRACTS. 

1 Bemedy upon class of contracts, 



PAGE. 

81 



^ANAL AND RIVER IMPROYEM'NTS. 
Governor to appoint commissioners, 81 



Contracts, 

Bonds, 

Commissioners, 

Tax, 

Subscriptions, 

Felony, 

CRIMINAL CODE. 

Punishment. 

Indictment, 

Abortion, 

Larceny, 

Capital punishment. 

Deputies, 

DRAINAGE. 

AVet lands. 

Amendment, 

To facilitate drainage, 

DEEDS OF TRUST. 
Releasing of trust deeds. 



90 



DISTRICT ROAD TAX. 

Collectors to make abstracts and deliv- 
er to commissioners, 96 

DOMESTIC ANIMALS. 

Sheep and swine in Lake county, 97 

" " " " Monroe, St. Clair 
and other counties, 97 



DISTRIBUTION OF LAWS. 

Secretary of state to distribute, 



100 



EIGHT HOURS A LEGAL DAY'S WORK. 

Over time, 101 

ELECTIONS. 

Change of time, . 102 

ELECTION DISTRICTS. 

May divide into districts, 104 

EQUALIZATION— BOARD OF. 

Governor to appoint board, 105 

Duties, 105 

Auditor of public accounts, 107 

Publish proceedings, 108 

Collector's books, 109 

FEES. 
Repeal, | _ 110 
Increase of fees, ' 111 
Regulate fees, 112 
Fees of justices of peace and consta- 
bles, 113 
Increase of compensation of slicrifls 

Adams and St. Clair, 114 



FEES. 

Fees of county officers. 
Salaries, 

Fisa. 

Penalties, 

FUGITIVES FROM JUSTICE. 
County judge. 



203 



115 
116 



117 
119 



GAME. 

Penalties, 120 

Preservaton of game, 120 

Piatt county exempt, 121 
Non-residents prohibited from killing 

game for market, 121 

INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY. 

Location : 

County authority, 122 

Organization and maintenance : 

Trustees, 123 

Term of office, 123 

Corresponding secretarv, 124 

Salaries, ' 125 

Endowments, 125 

Students, 125 

Admission, 126 

Faculty, 126 

Scholarships, 127 

INTEREST. 

Surplus interest fund, 130 
Payment of interest on school fund, 131 



LANDS. 

Preamlile, 

MARRIED WOMEN, 

Maintenance, 

MECHANICS' LIEN. 
Law extended, 

MINORS. 

Adoption of, 

NOTARIES PUBLIC. 
When appointed. 
Additional notaries, 

PARTNERSHIPS. 

Dissolutions, 

PENITENTIARIES. 

Lease, 



131 
132 
133 
133 



134 
135 



135 



138 



PROTECTION OF PERSONAL LIBERTY. 

Insane hospital, 139 



PLANK ROADS. 

Macadamized and turnpikes, 



141 



204: 



INDEX. 



PUBLIC LAWS. 
Preamble, 

Secretary of state to furnish copies, 
" II n »4 certify, 

PUBLIC DEBT. 

Auditor's duty, 

PRINTING AND BINDING. 

Provision struck out, 

Bidder, 

Printing to be let by contracts. 

Award of contracts, 

Two contracts to be made, 

Prices of work, 

Account of public printer. 

Waste paper. 

Notice of letting binding, etc., 

RAILWAYS. 

Experts to be selected, 

REDEMPTION OF LANDS. 
Preamble, 



141 
142 
142 



143 



143 
143 
186 
186 
186 
187 
188 
188 
188 



144 



145 



REPORTERS— OFFICIAL. 

Phonographic reporters. 

Criminal, 

Probate, 

Chancery, 

RECORDS. 

Grantors to be named, 

RELIEF. 
Vaughn, Christopher G., 
Dyson, Joseph, 
Collins, James H.. 
Huntington, George L. and Vreden- 

burg, John S., 
Bement, Edward, 
Citizens of American Bottom, 
Persons herein named, 
Jarvis, John G., Jarvis, W. W., Kim- 

bal, Henry, Andrews, James B., 

Pitman, Samuel, 
Welsh, John, 
Morgan, Joseph M., 
Akin, Evans, 

REVISED STATUTES. 
Partitions, 

Forcible entry and detainer. 
Practice, 
Wills, 
Arson, 
Roads, 

Criminal jurisprudence. 
Roads, 

SCHOOLS. 
Preamble, 
Compensation, 



STATE HOUSE. 

$250,000 appropriated, 
Commissioners appointed, 
To select materials. 
Duties of. 
Erection of state house, 

STATE INSTITUTIONS. 
Protection of 



162 
162 
163 
163 

164 



165 



TAXES. 

Expense of collecting, 166 

To refund taxes to Jacob Hepperly, 166 
To extend jurisdiction of collector of 

taxes, 166 IT 

Deeds to be taken out, 167 i 

Delinquent tax list to be published, 167 



146 
146 
147 
147 



148 



148 
149 

150 

150 
151 
152 
153 



154 
154 
155 
155 



156 
157 
157 
158 
158 
159 
159 



160 
161 



TELEGRAPHS. 

Competing lines, 

TEXAS AND CHEROKEE CATTLE. 
Penalties, 

TOWNSHIP ORGANIZATION. 
Work on highway. 
Fine, 
Ditches, 

Champaign county,. 
Bridges, 

TOWNS AND CITIES. 
Justices of the peace, 

TRAVEL AND. TRANSPORTATION. 

Connnections, 



168 



100 



169, 
170, 

i7r 

172; 

173 



174 



174 



UNITED STATES— Jurisdiction ceded to. 
Marine hospital, 175 

Arsenal, 175| 

Marine hospital. Cook county, 176 

Lands near Alton, 176 



WAREHOUSEMEN. 
Receipts. , 
Publication, 
Inspector's duty, 
Mixing prohibited, • 
Chicago warehouses. 
Agreements, 
Conditions, 
Discriminations, 
Common council, 
Contracts, 
Loaning, 
Evidences, 
Damaged grain, 
Railroads, 
Consignor, 

WITNESSES. 
Exceptions, 
Death, 



177 
17S 
17S 
179 
179, 
1791 
ISO 
18C| 
18l| 
ISlI 
181- 
ISlI 
181! 
181! 
1851 



18^! 

I8l\ 



INDEX. 



205 





PASE. 




PAGE. 


WITNESSES. 




WITNESSES. 




Agent of deceased, 


183 


Adverse parties, 


185 


Direct interest, 


184 


No release. 


185 


Deposition, 


184 


Estates, 


185 


Book Account, 


184 


Revised statutes, 


185 


Partner, 


184 






Husband or wife, 


184 


JOINT RESOLUTIONS, 


189 



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I 

I 



BIENNIAL RiEPORT 



OF THE 



lUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



OF TETE 



STA.TE: OF ILLINOIS 



TO THE 



TWENTY-FIFTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 



SPKINGFIELD : 

BAKER & BAILHACHE, PRINTERS. 
1867. 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



OF THE 



AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



OF THE 



STATE OF ILLINOIS. 



Auditor's Office, Illinois, 

Springfield^ December 1, 1866. 

% the General Assemhly of the btate of Illinois : 

I have the honor to submit herewith a report of the business of the 
ffice of the Auditor of Public Accounts, for the two years beginning 
)eeeniber 1, 1864, and ending November 30, 1866, comprising : 

A statement of receipts into the treasury, and of warrants drawn 

thereon, on account of the revenue fund. 
A general statement of warrants drawn on the treasury for all pur- 
poses. 
, A detailed statement of warrants drawn on the treasury, and to 

what account and appropriation charged. 
. A statement of the amount of warrants outstanding, unredeemed 

December 1, 1866. 
. A statement of the condition of the school, college and seminary 

funds. ' 

. A statement of State indebtedness purchased by the Governor with 

the Central Railroad fund. 
. A statement of State indebtedness paid with the Central liailroad 

fund, in pursuance of the act of February 22, 1861. 
. A statement of State indebtedness paid with the State debt fund. 
. A statement of State indebtedness purchased by the Governor with 

State debt fund. 
0. A statement of the accounts of the State Treasurer with the several 

State funds, and the Hancock county interest fund. 



11 and 12. Statements of real and personal property assessed and taxed 

for the years 1864 and 1865. 
13. A comparative statement of the assessments of property from 1853 

to 1865, including the valuation of property in the several coun- 

ties, as ascertained by the United States census in 1860. 
14 and 15. Statements of the State taxes charged in the several coun? 

ties, amounts collected, etc., for the years 1864 and 1865. 
16 and 17. Statements of the school tax fund for the years 1864 and 

1865. 

18. A statement of dividlends of the school tax and interest funds for 
the years 1864 and 1865. 

19. A statement of the condition of the several banks existing under 

the provisions of the general banking law. 

By reference to statement 'No. 1, it will be seen that the receipts of 
revenue fund applicable to the payment of the ordinary expenses of 
the State government, amount to |l,351,789 19, of which* $734,098 93 
have been derived from taxation, and the remainder from casual and 
extraordinary sources ; the chief of which are the transfer, under aa 
act of the last General Assembly, of the war fund to the revenue fund, 
and the redemptions and sales of property bought jin by the State on 
foreclosure of the mortgage given by Joel A. Matteson. 

No considerable amount of revenue fund can be hereafter realized 
under existing laws, except from taxation. At the rate now establish 
ed by law, the receipts from this source for the coming two years may 
be estimated at a sum not varying materially from $800,000. 

Had it not been for extraordinary receipts, it will be seen that the 
resources would have been insufficient for payment of the ordinary and 
contingent expenses of the State, and of the special appropriations 
made by the last General Assembly, the deficiency would have been at 
least $535,000. 

The supreme court having decided that the 23d General Assembly! 
did not pass the bill to provide for the ordinary and contingent expen- 
ses of the State for the years 1863 and 1864, a considerable araonni 
of such expenditures incurred in those years has been paid during tin 
two years just ended, under an act of the last General Assembly ; ant 
a considerable portion of the public printing and binding paid for ii 
the last two years, has been for work that should have been performei 
and paid for in the two years preceding, bat which could not be s< 
done in consequence of the retention of the journals by the officers o 
the 23d General Assembly until the close of the year 1864. 

The act to provide for the ordinary expenses of the State charitabL 
institutions for the years 1865 and 1866, appropriates for the expense 
of the Hospital for the. Insane, the sum of fifty-live thousand doUai' 
for the two years, from March 1, 1865, to March 1, 1867. The appro 
priations for ordinary expenses of each of the other institutions nameo 
in ttie same act, are for certain sums "per annum." In view of th 
known requirements of the Hospital for the Insane, there can be n 
doubt that it was intended to appropriate the sum mentioned, annually 
Provision tor the indebtedness incurred in the maintenance of that in 
Btitution, and the natural increase under several of the standing apprc 



nations, will doubtless swell the expenditures in 1867 and 1868, for 
rdinary purposes, beyond the amount paid in the last two years. The 
robable amount necessary to defray the same, including provision for 
16 State charitable institutions, incidental expenses of the several de- 
artments, salaries of officers, public printing and binding, expenses of 
ae General Assembly, and standing appropriations, may be estimated 
t a sum not less than $950,000. 

ASSESSMENTS. 

The constitution of the State requites the General Assembly to 
provide for levying a tax by valuation, so that every person and cor^ 
lOration shall pay a tax in proportion to the value of his or her j^ro- 
erty ; such value to be. ascertained by some person in such manner as 
le General Assembly shall direct, and not otherwise." The laws 
Dacted by the General Assembly in pursuance of this clause of the 
Dustitution require all property to be listed and valued at its actual 
^orth in money, or usual selling price. It might be expected, when 
le assessments of property for any year have been completed by 
ssessors, all acting under the sanctity of oaths binding them to honest 
nd faithful observance of the laws regulating their duties, that sach a 
3sult will have been attained as will not only exhibit with approximate 
ccuracy the wealth and resources of the State, but will also fairly and. 
istly distribute the burdens of taxation, as contemplated by the con- 
titution and laws. Different valuations of similar property in different 
ortions of the State might be expected, as actual variance in value 
rould naturally arise from local and temporary causes; and the honest 
.idgments of different assessors would lead them to varying estimates 
f value, in the several counties. An examination of the detailed 
;atenients of assessment for 1864: and 1865 will show, that with all due 
Uuwance for natural and proper causes of variance, no adequate 
egree of uniformity in valuations is attained by the assessors. It is 
ot easy to believe that, in the year 1865, horses bore an actual average 
alue of $66 08 in Franklin county, $15 52 in Kane, $61 34 in 
[ardin, and $20 74 in Lake ; that neat cattle should be valued at an 
v^erage of $20 84 in Piatt county, and $4 36 in Jo Daviess and 
''utnam ; that mules and asses were worth $129 86 in Madison county, 
113 56 in Wayne, $15 61 in Kane, and $10 69 in Hamilton; or that 
ogs were really worth $3 50 in Douglas county, and but 50 cents in 
eiferson. Yet, as will be seen in the statement of the assessment of 
865, (No. 12,) the above are the actual returns of the assess- 
lent of such property in the counties named. The returns made 
the Auditor do not furnish means of comparison as to the 
aluations of real property in the different counties ; but it is highly 
•robable that inequalities as great as those found in the returns of 
■ersonal property, obtain in the assessments of real property. 

Previous to the year 1861, real property was assessed in all the 
ounties biennially, and is yet so assessed in those counties not under 
awnship organization. In 1861 the law was so changed as to require 
he assessment of real property to be made annually, in those counties 
.dopting the township organization. Statement No. 13 is an exhibit of 



6 

the aggregate valuations of real and personal property in the several coun- 
ties, as assessed in each of the years from 1853 to 1865, in which real ; 
property was re-valued in all the counties, together with the aggregate ! 
valuation, as ascertained in each county by the United States Census 1 
Commissioners in 1860 — the latter list being made for statistical infer- 1 
mation, the former ones for taxation under State laws. A comparison! 
of these valuations shows that from 1853, (the date of the iirst assess- 1 
ment under the present revenue law,) the aggregate amount of pro- 1 
perty assessed in the State steadily advanced until the year 185Y, then | 
receded until 1861, remained nearly stationary in 1863, increased 
again in 1865, but did not reach the valuation of 1857 by some twelve 
millions of dollars; that, while the valuation, as shown by the assess- 1 
ment of 1859, was $366,702,053, by that of 1861 it was $330,823,479,1 
yet in the year 1860, the value of property in ihe State, as ascertained 
by the Census Commissioners, was no less than $904,182,620. j 

Since the year 1857 vast quantities of lands have become taxable, in-j 
eluding Government, School, Central Railroad, Canal, State, and| 
Swamp lands, to the extent, probably, of millions of acres ; the poj>| 
ulation of the State has largely increased ; cities and towns have sprung I 
into existence, and those formerly existing have, in many instances, i 
doubled and trebled in population ; dwellings have been erected for the 
habitations of probably a million people ; the number of domestic ani- 
mals subject to taxation, and every class of personal property, has in- 
creased in like proportion ; and all property, real and personal, com- 
mands increased prices. Yet, strange as it may seem, if we are to 
judge the wealth of the State by the returns of assessment, Illinois was 
poorer, by several millions of dollars, in 1865, than she was eight years 
before. 

The valuations, as obtained by the assessors, are manifestly beloW' 
the actual worth of the property assessed, and are far from being uni- 
form. The results furnish no reliable information as to the actual 
wealth of the State, and do not fulhll the requirement of the consti- 
tution, " that every person and corporation shall pay a tax in proportion 
to the value of his or her property." 

The rate of taxation might be so adjusted to any valuation, as to real- 
ize such amount of revenue as is from time to time required by the 
wants of the State. But without uniformity of assessed values, taxa- 
tion is unfairly apportioned. Some escape their due share of the ex- 
penses of the government, and others not only bear burdens properly 
their own, but also those which should justly fall to their more fortu- 
nate neighbors. As a remedy for the evident inequalities arising under 
the present revenue laws, the establishment of a State Board of Equali- 
zation, with suitable powers and authority, is earnestly recommended 
to the consideration of the General Assembly. 

UNITED STATES BONDS. 

The assessment laws of 1853 provide, in distinct terms, that United 
States bonds and stocks shall be assessed and taxed the same as other 
property. The laws of Congress provide that such bonds and stocks' 
shall be exempt from taxation, by or under State authority, and the] 



npreme Court of the United States has, in several instances, confirm- 
id the exemption of such stocks and bonds from State and other local 
axation. It is not the practice in this State to assess or tax United 
States bonds, and this provision of our revenue law is practically a dead 
etter. It is respectfully sug^^ested that some enactment concerning 
this point should be made, whereby the conflict between the laws of the 
State and the General Government shall be reconciled or removed. 

ESTTEREST TAX. 

The rate of taxation fixed by the revenue law of 1853, for payment 
of interest on the State debt, is one and one-half mills on the dollar of 
taxable property, an4 this rate is to remain in force until otherwise 
provided by law. The issue of war bonds in 1861 made it necessary'- 
to provide for raising a greater amount for interest purposes than could 
jbe obtained at this rate of taxation, and the Auditor was by law au- 
porized to levy an additional tax for interest purposes. The additional 
rate levied for 1865 was one-half of one mill, and for 1866, three-tenths 
[of one mill. It is believed that by the year 1868, owing to the reduc- 
|tion constantly being made of the indebtedness of the State, a rate less 
ithan that provided by the law ot 1853 will suflice for interest purposes. 
ilt is therefore suggested that provision be made whereby the rate of 
the interest tax may be reduced from time to time, so as to accord with 
the necessities of the State in this particular. 

TAXING NATIONAL BANKS. 

The question whether the capital of national banks is or is not liable 
to assessment and taxation under our State laws, was brought before 
this office by a number of the assessors and others in the year 1865, it 
being claimed on behalf of the banks, that their capital is invested in 
bonds of the United States, (by law of Congress exempt from State 
taxation,) therefore that the same is in nowise liable to be taxed by 
State authority. On examination, I found that several cases arising 
in the state of New York, involving the same question, had been car- 
ried to the Supreme Court of the United States, and there decided in 
favor of the banks. A careful consideration of the subject, led me to 
the belief, that the true bearings of the question had not been touched 
upon in any of the cases reported, and that a species of property exists 
in such banks which is clearly taxable under the laws of the State, 
and not exempted by any fair construction of the laws of Congress 
concerning United States bonds, viz : the shares of the capital stock 
of the same^ ovm.ed by individuals. I therefore instructed the assessors 
to require the listing of such shares, by the owners thereof, and 
that taxes should be charged against the same, as against other pro- 
perty. 

At the September meeting of the Board of Supervisors of Peoria 
county, in 18^5, the shareholders in the First and Second National 
Banks of Peoria applied to said board for an abatement of the assess- 
ment of their share°, on the ground that said shares were not liable to 
taxation, under the laws of Congress ; and said board decided in favor 



8. 

of the shareholders. This bein^ reported to the Auditor, as required 
by law, I certified the facts to the Supreme Court, as is 'provided in 
such cases, and at the January term, 1866, applied for an order setting 
aside and^eversing the decision of the Board of Supervisors declaring 
such shares'^not taxable. The case was fully argued for and against 
my^application, by able counsel, and decided by the court against the 
ruling of the Board of Supervisors, whose decision the court set aside 
and reversed. The shareholders, not content with the decision of the 
Supreme Court of the State, have taken the case to the Supreme Court 
of the United States, on a writ of error, where the same is now pend- 
ing. In the meantime the question of the liability of shares in the 
stock of national banks to be taxed under adequate State laws, has 
been passed upon by the Supreme Court of the#United States, and a 
decision rendered affirming such liability. The only question remain- 
ing in this case to.be settled by the Supreme Court of the United 
States, seems to be this : whether or not the laws of the State of Illi- 
nois are in sufficient conformity with the law of Congress bearing on 
this subject. As there appears to be no law of the State with reference 
to the prosecution of suits like this, in the United States Courts, or 
any provision for payment of expenses therein, and as the interests of 
the State involved in this suit are very large, it is respectfully urged 
that the General Assembly make suitable provision in the premises. 
It is also suggested with reference to the event of the suit resulting ad- 
versely to the State, that such modification of our statute concerning 
the taxation of State banks be made, as will bring the same fully and 
unquestionably within all the requirements of the law of Congress con- 
cerning the taxation of national banks. As the law of Congress only 
permits the taxation of shares at the place where a bank is located, 
some provision concerniag the collection of taxes assessed on shares 
owned by non-residents, seems also to be requisite. 

INTEREST ON SCHOOL DEBT. 

Payment of the interest on the school debt is now made from the 
fund for defraying the ordinary expenses of the State. As ample means 
for payment of interest on all of the State debt are now realized from 
the taxes levied for interest purposes, it is respectfully suggested that 
the law be so amended as to provide for payment of the interest on the 
school, college and seminary funds, from the interest fund, the same as 
interest on other State indebtedness. 

OELIN H. MINER, 

Auditor of Public Accounts. 



No. 1. 



Statement of receipts into the Treasury^ and of warrants drawn thereon^ 
from the first day of December^ 1864, to the thirtieth day of Novem- 
ber ^ 1866, inclusive^ on account of the Revenue fund. 



RECEIPTS. 



Faxes of 1863, and prior years, received from collectors 

raxes of 1864, received from collectors 

Faxes of 1865, received from collectors 

A.mouiits paid for redemptions and sales of property purchased by the 
State, on executions, and from judgment debtors 

A.mounts paid on account of swamp land surveys 

A.mounts paid for hawkers' and peddlers' licenses 

A^uiounts realized by sale of property acquired from Joel A. Matteson. . . . 

Amounts received for State lands sold 

&.niounts received from commissioners under act of January 12, 1863, as 
balance unexpended of $10,000 appropriated for the relief of soldiers 
wounded at Murphysboro, etc 

Amounts received from sale of safe in Auditor's office 

Amount of war fund transferred, act of Feb. 13, 1865 

Amount received from the United States on account of war expenses incur- 
red by the State 

Total 



WARRANTS DRAWN. 



Amount drawn for special purposes, as shown by table No. 2. 
Amount drawn for ordinary expenses, as shown by table No. 2 

Total 



Amount. 



19,771 42 
349,102 89 
375,214 52 

10,728 69 

2,556 00 

500 GO 

134,329 83 

1,500 00 



1,488 53 

1,120 50 

27,429 97 

438,046 84 



$1,351,789 19 



Amount. 



,237 23 
910,621 15 

.,290,858 S8 



10 



No. 2. 



A general statement of warrants drawn on the Treasury from the first 
day of December^ 1864, to the thirtieth day of November, 1866. 



To what account cliarsred. 



Appropriations, special 

Adjutant General 

Assistant Adjutant General 

Adjutant General's office 

Arsenal , 

Board of medical examiners 

Contingent fund, expenses of 1863 and 1864. 
" " of 1865 and 1866. 

County agricultural societies 

Enrolling militia 

Executive mansion 

Geological survev 

Geological report 

Military contingent fund, 1863 and 1864 

" " " 1865 and 1866 

Military state agents 

Money refunded 

Penitentiary 

Penitentiary commissioners 

Repairs to state house and fence 

Repairs to state house and arsenal 

Surgeons sent to Corinth, Mississippi 

War expenses 

Amount paid for special purposes 



Auditor of Public Accounts 

Appropriations, general 

Bank commissioners 

Census commissioners 

Conveying convicts to penitentiary 

Distributing laws and journals. 

General Assembly 

Governor 

Incidental expenses 

Insane Hospital 

Institution for Educating the Blind 

Institution for Educating the Deaf and Dumb. 

Judgments, clerks' and sheriffs' fees 

Judiciary, 1st division supreme court 

" 2d " " " . . . . 



3d 


(( 


1st circuit 


2d 




8d 




4th 




5th 




6th 




lih. 




8th 




9th 




10th 




11th 




12th 




13th 




14th 






$101 

22 

3 

21 

7 

8 

6 

2 

17 

21 
13 
12 
41 
22 
6 
6 



,740 87 

,130 64 

,300 00 

,069 62 

,729 61 

,945 00 

,511 95 

,626 82 

,000 00 

5 67 

,000 00 

,054 71 

,802 02 

,473 04 

,000 00 

,135 15 

,980 59 

525 00 

,008 00 

,168 15 

404 02 

,268 35 

,358 02 



15 
34 

3 
23 
49 

1 
75 

9 

65 

146 

38 

108 

5 
5 
5 
2 
2 
2 
1 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
2 
2 



,520 83 
,452 16 
,115 00 
,994 87 
,293 85 
,500 00 
,764 64 
,475 00 
,385 28 
,150 00 
,000 00 
,827 02 
398 32 
,359 97 
,159 97 
,026 66 
,000 00 
,000 00 
,350 70 
,645 93 
,250 00 
,000 00 
,250 00 
,©00 00 
,250 00 
,000 00 
,082 42 
,665 53 
,000 00 
,000 00 



Total. 



$380,237 23 



11 



Statement — C ontinued. 



To what account charsred. 



Judiciary 


, 15th circuit 




16th " 




nth " 




18th " 




19th " 




20th " 




21st " 




22d " 




23d " 




24th " 




25th " 




26th " 




27th " 




28th *' 




superior cou 




recorder's cc 



court of Chicago 

s court of Chicago 

" " of LaSalle and Peru 

court of C. I*., city of Cairo 

I " " " " cities of Aurora and Elgin. 

" Alton city court 

Office of the Executive 

" Secretary of State 

" Auditor of t'ublic Accounts , 

" State Treasurer 

" Superintendent of Public Instruction 

; Porters of State House 

'•' Pul)lic printing 

' Pu) ili c binding 

, Publishing notices 

Prosecuting Attorney, superior court of Chicago 

" " recorder's court of Chicago 

" " " " of LaSalle and Peru. 

" " court of C. P., city of Cairo 

" " Alton city court 

Reports of the supreme court 

State's Attorneys' fees 

State's Attorney, 1st circuit 

2d " 



3d 

4th 

5th 

6th 

"Tth 

8th 

9th 

10th 

11th 

12th 

13th 

14th 

15th 

16th 

nth 

18th 
19th 
20th 
21st 
22d 
23d 
24th 



Amount. 



$2,000 00 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


2,200 00 


3,034 42 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


1,500 00 


2,250 00 


1,875 00 


2,432 06 


2,000 00 


5,788 46 


2,000 00 


1,956 00 


2,000 00 


2,250 00 


1,970 00 


2,971 19 


4,368 04 


5,746 26 


1,531 19 


4,075 18 


5,690 75 


114,300 23 


10,000 00 


790 98 


500 00 


1,000 00 


521 66 


875 00 


1,021 97 


11,060 00 


1,186 90 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 


1,125 00 


1,125 00 


875 00 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 


2,025 00 


868 00 


1,000 00 


1,030 00 


1,000 00 


2,025 00 


1,000 00 


1,125 00 


1,000 00 


1,425 00 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 



12 

Statemen t — Contin ued. 



To what account charged. 



State's Attorney, 25th circuit 

" 26th *' 

" 2'7th " 

" 28th " 

Secretary of State 

Superintendent of Public Instruction . 
Secretary in fund commissioner's office 

Supreme Court, 1st division 

2d " 

" 3d " 

State Treasurer , . . 



Amount paid for ordinary expeiases. 
Central Railroad fund 



Interest fund 

Money refunded, interest fund. 



State debt fund 

Money refunded, State debt fund. 



Money refunded, State school fund. 
Hancock county interest fund 



Total amount of warrants issued. 



Amount. 



,000 00 

,015 00 

,000 00 

,000 00 

,303 05 

,414 '70 

,045 56 

,440 88 

,261 89 

,294 75 

,408 88 



1,305,318 21 
5,137 21 



1,261,670 31 
2,350 32 



Total. 



,621 15 
1,102,436 54 



1,310,455 42 



1,264,020 63 

297,046 61 

8,950 76 



,273,768 34 



13 

No. 3. 

Detailed Statement of warrants drawn on the Treasury^ during the 
fiscal term commencing December 1, 1864:, and ending November 30, 
1866 / showing on what appropriation and to what account charged. 



APPROPRIATIONS— SPECIAL. 

Amount paid Walwortb, Hubbard & Co., Mortimer & Loberg and Greenbaura 
Sons, for labor and material furnished for building State 
Noimal University. Appropriation of 1865 

" 0. M. Hatch ior making index to laws, journals and reports of 
23d General Assembly. Appropriation 1865 

" Mrs. William H.Bissell, for paintings and engravings for Execu- 
tive Mansion. Appropriation 1865 

" Jeremiah M. VVardwell, for balance due on 4000 Enfield rifles. 
App. 1865 

" A. Alvey, for transcribing records in the office of Secretary of 
State. App. 1865 

" Wood & Dockson, for glazing State House. App. 1865 

" Baker & Phillips, lor publishing reports and proceedings of 
Bank Commissioners in the State Journal. App. 1865 

" Bailhaehe & Baker, for 10,000 covers for 4th vol. of Agricul- 
tural Reports. App. 1865 

" Susan Kecdy, for barn, removed from near the State Arsenal. 
App. 1865 , .. . 

" James C. Conkling, for rent of rooms for office of Adjutant 
General. App. 1865 

" John Williams, agent for "Home of the Friendless." App. 1885 

" F. E. Payne, repairing locks, etc., in State House. App. 1865. 

" Western Engraving Co., for diagrams of Senate Chamber and 
House of Representatives. App. 1865 

" B. C. Cook, for his legal seivice in investigating case of Mac- 
alister & Stebbins. App. 1865 

" Alton Bank, for moneys advanced to Governor Yates. App. 
1865 , 

" Augustus E. Ayers, Treasurer, for expenses of Experimental 
tr^chool for Idiotic Children. App. 1865 

" Lewis Ellsworth, for his services and expenses as Allotment 
Commissioner. App. 1865 

" M. E. Worrell, for his services and expenses aa Allotment 
Commissioner. App. 1865 

" Mrs. S. A. Douglas, for the purchase of burial ground of S. A. 
Douo;las. App. 1865 

" Mrs. Roxanna Scott, for military services of Maj. Joseph R. 
Scott. App. 1865 

" Joseph K. C. Forrest and William Tillinghast, for expenses to 
Washington to procure the discharge of Illinois soldiers from 
the so-called "Marine Artillery." App. 1865 

" L. P. Sanger, for co^t of engraving and printing Thornton 
loan bonds. App. 1865 

" The Directors of the State Institution for the Education of the 
Deaf and Dumb, for moneys advanced in pa}ment for 7 and 
4-i-lOO acres of laud. App. 1865 

<' Clark E. Carr and William L. Church, fcr expenses in going to 
and returning from Gettysburg, as Commissioners to Inaugu- 
ration of Soldiers National Cemetery. App. 1865 

" George F. Wright, for puinting portraits of thirteen Governort- 
of Illinois ". 

*' E. B. Myers, for 500 copies 3d vol. of Illinois Digest. (Henry 
& Read). App. 1865 

" John P. Brooks, for interest on money advanced for contingent 
expenses of olfice of Superintendent of Public Instruction. 
App. 1865 



$31,214 


91 


250 


00 


445 


00 


14,133 


00 


l'?5 


09 


71 


50 


315 


94 


1305 


14 


200 


00 


156 


66 


1000 


00 


54 


05 


200 


00 


100 


GO 


215 


00 


8750 00 


1280 


66 


2372 


00 


25,000 


00 


101 


27 


400 


CO 


625 


00 



3856 74 

150 00 
2600 00 
3500 00 

209 00 



14 

Detailed Statement — Continued. 



Amount paid Riclrard J. Oglesby, Governor, for paying the proportion of the 
State in preparing the Soldier's National Cemetery at Gettys- 
burg, Pa. App. 1865 



APPROPRIATIONS— GENERAL. 

Amount paid John Dougherty, for mileage as Presidential elector, 1864 

- - " " ■• •- ■■ igg4 

1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 



Francis A. Hoffman, 
B. M. Prentiss, 
John V. Farwell, 
James S. Poage, 
Anson S. Miller, 
John V. Eustice, 
John J. Bennett, 
W. T. Hopkins, 
Franklin Blades, 
W. Walker, 
Thos. W , Harris, 
N. M. McCurdy, 
Henry 6. Baker, 
Z. S.' Clifford, 



Jan 



Normal University, for interest due January 1, 1865, and 
uary 1, 1866, on school, college and seminary fund 

State Agricultural Society, for 1865 and 1866 

Wm. B. Dana, for two years' subscription to Hunt's Merchant'i 
Magiizine, for State Library 

for expenses of transfer agency 

0. M. Hatch, for services as State Librarian, for the year 1864 

Kate E. Gibbons, for book purchased for State Library 

M. M. Moore, for book purchased for State Library. . . 

the Auditor of Public Accounts, for recording and repor 
for taxation, 7327 tracts of land , 



ting 



ARSENAL. 

Amount paid Johnson & Bradford, for stationery. Deficiency app. 1865. . . 
" B. D. Dawson, for 17 days' services Asst. Eng. Def iipp. 1865. 
" W. D Crowell, for services as Chief Engineer, from Jan, 3, 1863, 

to Jan. 15, 1865. Balance. Def app. 1866 

" W. D. Crowell, for services as above, from Jan. 15, 1865, to 

Sept. 30, 1866. App. ] 865 

" different persons, for labor. App. 1865 

" for material and articles purchased 

" stationery, pi-inting and postage 

*' Freight, fuel, etc 



BANK COMMISSIONERS. 

Amount paid John W. Waughop, his per diem and mileage from July 8, 1864, 

to Feb. 14, 1865. App. 1863 

" Thomas Quick, for his per diem and mileage from Aug. 20, 1863 

to Jan. 6, 1865. App. 1863 , 

«« William H. Herndon, for his per diem from Dec. 30, 1863, to 
Feb. 14, 1865 



$101,740 87 



15 

Detailed Statement — Continued. 



BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS. App. 1865. 

Amount paid D. K. Green, his services from Dec. 13, 1862, to Dec. 31,1863. 
" H. A. Johnson, his services from Jan. 24, 1863, to Dec. 31, 

1863 

" Daniel Brainerd, his services from Jan. 16, 1863, to Dee. 31, 

1863 

" J. F. Weeks, his services from Dec 1, 1863, to Dec 31, 1863. . 

" A. L. McArthur, his services from Jan. 23, 1863, to Dec. 31,' 

. 1863 

" Henry Wing, his services from Jan. 23, 1863, to Dec. 31, 1863 



CONTINGENT FUND— DEFICIENCY. App. 1865. 

A.mount paid Jackson Grimshaw, for his services as attorney for the Gover- 
nor in application for a mandamus in relation to Wabash 
Railroad 

" James C. Coukling, for his services as attorney in settling Cansl 
Claims — Thornton Loan 

" Washington Bushnell, his services as attorney in case of Loomis 
vs. Starne 

" J. W. Porter, for services as clerk in Governor's office, copying 
accounts 

" Adolphus Meyer, for his services and expenses in distributing 
arms and organizing militia 

" John Wood, for his services as Quartermaster General for month 
of March, 1864 

" John M. Snyder, for Simon Herschbach's services as Secretary 
to the Governor 

" Daniel Brainerd, his services as Medical Examiner in 1864. . 

" D. K. Green, his services as Medical Examiner in 1864 

" A. L. McArthur, his services as Medical Examiner, 1864.,. . 

" E. S. Terry, for services as State Sanitary Agent 

" Owen Long, for services as State Sanitary Agent. 

" Bailhache & Baker for printing for Executive office 

" Richard Yates, for subscription to Daily Union Herald, for 1868. 

" John Hutchinson, for burying deceased Illinois soldier 

" Allen C. Fuller, traveling expenses as Adjutant General, Jan. 1, 
1863, to Jan. 1, 1865 



CONTINGENT FUND.— REGULAR. App. 1865. 

Amount paid Joseph Pritchard, for his services as messenger from Jan. 12, 
1865, to November 30, 1865 

" Hay & CuUom, for legal services in case of McConnell m. State 
Treasurer in Sup. Court 

" Richard J. Oglesby and 0. H. Miner, for expenses in going to 
Chicago to examine accounts of the Central Railroad Com- 
pany 

" John Williams & Co., for draping goods for office of Governor 
— President Lincoln's funeral 

" Illinois & Miss. Telegraph Co., for dispatches sent by Governor. 

" U. S. Telegraph Co., for dispatches sent by the Governor 

" Presco Wright, for postage for office of Governor 

" for maps, etc., of survey of Illinois river 



16 
Statement — Continued. 



Amount paid 


COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIE 

County Agricultural Societies. App. 1861 

NVEYING CONVICTS TO THE PENITE]^ 

for conveying from Adams county 42 c 
" Alexander " 119 
" Bond " 3 
" Boone " 6 
" Brown " 3 
" Bureau " 11 
" Calhoun " 3 
" Carroll " ... 
" Cass " 6 
" Champaign " 18 
" Christian " 2 
'« Clark " 14 
" Clay " , 5 
" Clinton " 6 
" Coles " 5 
« Cook " 287 
" Crawford " 2 
" Cumberland " I 
" DeKalb " 2 
« DeWitt " 4 
" Douglas " ... 
« DuPage " 1 
" Edgar " 6 
'« Edwards " 2 
« EflSngham " 5 
«« Fayette " 4 
" Ford " 1 
" Franklin " 3 
" Fulton " 15 
" Gallatin " 2 
" Greene " 6 
" Grundy " 1 
" • Hamilton " 1 
" Hancock " 9 
" Hardin " 1 
" Henderson " 
" Henry " 7 
" Iroquois " 4 
•' Jackson " 8 
" Jasper " 1 
" Jefferson " 7 
" Jersey " 3 
" Jo Daviess " 10 
" Johnson " 1 
» Kane " 8 
" Kankakee " 2 
" Kendall " 5 
" Knox " 10 
" Lake " 6 
" LaSalle " 17 
" Lawrence " 4 
•' Lee " 6 
" Livingston " 2 
«• Logan " 5 
' «* Macon " 13 
" Macoupin " 15 


S. 


$17,000 00 


fTIARY. 

onvicts 


CO 

Amount paid 


$1-88 60 


a 


10,420 80 


(( 


(< 


195 30 


(( 


i( 


185 60 


ti 


(C 


201 60 


(( 


IC 


274 40 


(( 


(C 


243 20 


(( 


tc 




(( 


(( 


396 00 


(t 


(C 

(C 

(< 


t69 60 
108 00 
932 40 


<{ 


(C 


406 50 


(( 


(( 


420 00 


(( 


(1 


259 45 


C( 


(C 


1896 20 


« 


(( 


172 70 


(t 


(C 


58 80 


(( 


(1 


68 60 
141 25 


« 


(C 

(1 


26 95 


(( 


(( 


329 60 


({ 


(( 


181 80 


« 


11 


292 50 


cc 


(C 


246 25 


« 


1( 


34 65 


(C 

« 


It 

(C 


251 10 
783 20 


« 


IC 


272 40 


C( 


(C 


410 40 


t( 


(( 


8 05 


(1 


C( 


87 30 


i( 


(( 


585 90 


C( 


(( 


130 00 


(( 


<( 




i( 


(( 


232 75 


i( 


(( 


93 45 


cc 


'(( 


703 15 


cc 


C( 


103 95 


cc 


(C 


543 90 


cc 
cc 
cc 


C( 
(C 

(( 


217 80 

503 50 

98 40 


cc 


(( 


173 50 
35 70 


cc 


C( 


26 40 


cc 


tl 


453 15 


cc 
cc 


(( 

CI 


122 85 
163 30 


cc 


cc 


358 80 


cc 


cc 


145 60 


cc 


l( 


38 50 


(( 


(C 


169 40 


«)r 


cc 


526 50 


cc 


cc 


836 60 



17 

Detailed Statement — Continued, 



Amount paid for conveying from Madison county, 
" " Marion " 



21 convicts 

27 



Marshall 


(1 


2 


Mason 


u 


6 


Massac 


" 


11 


McDonough 


(t 


3 


McHenry 
McLean 


(( 


2 
13 


Menard 


(( 


2 


Mercer 


(1 


3 


Monroe 


l< 


4 


Montgomery 
Morgan 




4 
13 


Moultrie 


(( 


3 


Ogle 


i( 


5 


Peoria 


(( 


35 


Perry 
Piatt 




8 
2 


Pike 


<( 


n 


Pope 
Pulaski 


(1 


3 
9 


Putnam 


(1 




Randolph 
Richland 




8 
9 


Rock Island 


a 


12 


Saline 


ic 


3 


Sangamon 


(( 


46 


Schuvler 


(I 


8 


Scott 


(( 


1 


Shelby 
Stark 


(1 


15 
1 


St. Clair 


(1 


23 


Stephenson 
Tazewell 


<< 


2 
8 


Union 


ii 


10 


Vermilion 


<( 


12 


Wabash 


(1 


. . . 


Warren 


<( 


4 


Washington 


(( 


2 


Wavne 


(( 


2 


White 


i( 


9 


Whiteside 


(( 


8 


Will 


(( 


12 


Williamson 


(( 


1 


Winnebago 


(( 


16 


Woodford 


(( 


2 



Total ,. 112*7 





$1042 00 




1871 10 
68 60 




289 80 




1234 20 




173 85 




62 30 




286 65 
116 05 




154 80 




322 80 




236 40 




494 10 




190 05 




219 20 




755 00 




686 00 
96 00 




492 85 
372 60 




973 50 








784 80 




747 90 




532 00 




297 90 




2070 00 




573 60 




70 35 
•796 35 




45 40 




1165 90 




97 30 




270 90 




909 00 




470 40 








170 10 




167 60 




163 20 
828 90 




279 50 




6 20 




89 40 




482 40 




62 70 




$49,293 85 



CENSUS COMMISSIONERS. 

Amount paid for taking the census of 1865, as follows: 

Adams : 

Alexander 

Bond 

Boone • 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign , 

— 'I 



Population. 



51,185 
12,206 
11,471 
11,680 
12,698 
31,568 
5971 
14,526 
11,876 
21,124 



Fees, 



$546 85 
157 06 
149 71 
151 80 
161 98 
350 68 
94 71 
180 26 
153 '76 
246 24 



18 



Detailed Statement — Continned. 



Amount paid for taking the census of 1SG5, as follows ; 

Christian 

Clurk 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford 

Cumberland .... 

DeKalb 

De Witt 

Douglas. V 

Du Page 

Edgar 

Edwaids 

Effingham 

Favette 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fulton o , 

Gallatin* 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton - . .. 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Henderson 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess 

Johnson 

Kane . , 

Kankakee 

Kend all 

Knox 

Lake 

La Salle 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Livingston . 

Logan 

Macon 

Macoupin 

Madison 

Marion 

Marshall .^. 

Mason 

M ar'sac .... 

McDonough 

McHenry 

McLean 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery 



Population. 


Fees. 


1*7, 239 


1207 39 


17,032 


205 32 


13,332 


168 32 


13,795 


172 95 


22,951 


261 78 


217,309 


2208 09 


13,116 


166 16 


10,667 


141 67 


21,294 


247 94 


12,815 


163 15 


11,652 


151 52 


15,180 


186 80 


20,946 


247 01 


6180 


96 80 


1'2,611 


161 03 


15,967 


194 67 


3643 


67 65 


11,476 


149 76 


36,900 


404 00 


8055 
17,630 




211 30 


12,745 


162 45 


9509 


130 09 


83,596 


370 96 


3863 


75 44 


11,289 


147 89 


26,338 


298 38 


18,076 


215 76 


14,679 


181 79 


10,120 


136 20 


15,271 


187 76 



13,566 
26,437 
11,467 
32,570 
18,696 
12,689 
34,401 
18,660 
56,645 
10,439 
22,630 
17,500 
18,501 
21,691 
32,305 
42 , 042 
18,960 
16,652 
10,931 
8261 
25,659 
23,077 
39,772 
10,447 
17,318 
12,832 
19,812 



* No census for 1S63 has been taken in Gallatin, Mason and Monroe counties, and the population of 
each, as stated above, is taken from United States census of 1860. 



19 



Detailed Staiemen t — Con tinned. 



Amount paid for taking the census of 15 

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 

Wavne 

White 

Whiteside 

Will 

Williamson 

Winnebago 

Woodford 



55, as follows ; 



Population. ' Fees. 



Totals 2,141, 514l$23, 994 87 



26,202 


5297 02 


8324 


118 24 


25, 254 


287 54 


41,979 


454 79 


11,477 


149 77 


S13§ 


116 38 


30,299 


837 99 


11,353 


148 53 


7447 




6311 


98 11 


18,688 


221 88 


11,488 


149 88 


35,202 


387 02 


11,605 


151 05 


48,273 


517 73 


16,090 


195 90 


9423 


129 23 


19,278 


227 78 


9885 


133 85 


43,741 


472 41 


29,231 


327 31 


25,200 


287 00 


15,880 


193 80 


25,528 


290 28 


7179 


106 79 


20,966 


244 66 


16,193 


196 93 


14,453 


179 56 


14,047 


175 47 


24, 123 


276 25 


36,986 


404 86 


14, 163 


176 63 


25,541 


290 41 


18,022 


215 22 



ENROLLING MILITIA. 

Amount paid Thos. T. Smith for two townships in Ri<'hland county. 
" Chas. I. Lincoln, for one township in Kendall county. . 



EXECUTIVE MANSION. 

Amount paid Richard Yates, for fuel, lights, gardener, etc., for 1863 and 1864. 
Deficiency app. 1865 

" Richard Yates, for " amounts not heretofore sufficiently provi- 
ded for." Special app 1865 

" Richard J. Oglesbv, for fuel, lights, gardener, etc., for 1865 and 
1 866. App. 1865 

" Richard J. Oglesby, for furnishing and repairing executivt^ 
mansion. App. 1865 



GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 

Amount paid for per diem and mileage of members of second adjourned ses 

sion of 23d General Assembly 

" for clerks second adjourned session of 23d General Assembly 
" for newspapers 23d General Assembly 





%% 


40 




2 


27 




$5 


67 


$5 


000 


00 


3 


000 


00 


8 


000 


00 


5 


000 


00 


%1\ 


000 


00 


%\ 


183 


40 




54 


00 




36 


00 



'20 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



Amount paid for ice first adjouraed session 23d General Assembly 

on pay rolls of 24th " " ■. . . , 

extra clerks, reporters, witnesses, and other employees of 24th 

General Assembly 

chaplains of 24th General Assembly 

committees on Penitentiary, 24th General Assembly 

" on State Institutions " " 

" to locate Agricultural College " 

for stationery for 24th General Assembly 

for tin trunks for committee papers, 24th General Assembly. . 
for newspapers furnished the " '' " . . . 

for 150 gold pencils, 156 pocket kr.ives, and 1 53 pocket diaries, 

furnished for 24th General Assembly 

for rent of committee rooms 24th General Assembly 

Governor's private secretary " " " 

postage for " " " 

copying laws, journals, etc., 28d and 24th General Assembly. . 
State Journal, for publishing proceedings 24th " " 

State Register, for " " " " " 

Thos. Lewis, special appropriation 1865 

A. Webster, " " " 



GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. App. 1855. 

Amount paid for salary, and traveling and office expenses of State Geologist 

" for salary and expenses of assistants 

" for services of topographer. App. 1853 

" rent of rooms. App. 1863 



GEOLOGICAL REPORT. App. 1865. 

Amount paid for engraving and printing maps and plates, in part 

" for printing, in part 

" for binding, in part 

" incidental expenses, in part , . . 



INCIDENTAL EXPENSES. 



$30 00 
21,061 40 

14,561 00 

475 00 

540 00 

540 00 

360 00 

5,387 55 

8 00 

15,870 83. 

5371 50 

306 60 

468 00 

5128 50 

1723 36 

1195 00 

1195 00 

204 50 

65 GO 



$75,764 64 



$5978 83 

5075 88 

875 00 

1125 00 

$13,054 71 



Amount paid for 1098 reams printing paper. Deficiency app. 1865 

" for fuel for State House. " " " 

" for repairs, material and labor, State House " " 

" for furniture, State House. Deficiency app. 1865 

" for stationery, " " " " 

" for gas and gas fixtures " " '• 

" for printing paper Regular " " 

" for fuel for State House " " " 

" for repau's, material and labor, State House. Reg. App. 1865, 

" for furniture, etc., for " " " " . ... 

" for gas and gas fixtures 

" for shrubbery for State House yard 

" for forwarding army voting blanks 

" for binding old books in library, etc 



$8646 97 

1000 00 

3000 00 

155 05 

312,802 02 



$17,019 00 
729 91 
760 95 

2893 38 
240 40 

1521 62 
28,783 50 

2218 65 

8450 51 
902 98 

1142 58 
194 50 
191 go 
336 00 

$65,385 28 



21. 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



INSA.NE HOSPITAL. 

■Vraount paid for ordinary expenses of hospital. App, 1863 

" 1865 
" for building east wing of hospital. " " 

" for furnishing " " " " " 



INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE BLIND. 



Amount paid for ordinary expenses of Institution. App. 1863. 



Amount paid for ordinary expenses of Institution. App. 1863 

" interest on school, college and seminary funds. App. 1838-9. 

" for ordinary expenses of Institution. App. 1865 , 

" for special appropriation for repairs. " " , 

" " " furniture. " " 

" " " iLsurauce. " " ..,..., 



INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE DEAF AND DUMB. 



JUDGMENTS, CLERKS' AND SHERIFFS' FEES. 
Lmount paid for costs in suits by the State 



MILITARY CONTINGENT FUND.— Deficiency Appropriation 1865. 

I Amount paid for compensation of clerks, messengers and other employees, 
and for stationery and other incidental expenses of Governor's office, in 

1862, 1863 and 1864 

mount paid for telegraphing for Governor's office 

mount paid for compensation of em loyees, and incidental expenses of the 
Quartermaster General's office, in 1863 and 1864 

inaount paid for compensation of employees, and incidental expenses in 

Adjutant General's office , 

mount paid for compensation of clerks in Commissary General's office. . . . 

imount paid for compensation of employees and incidental expenses in the 
State Arsenal • • • ' 

Imount paid for compensation of sanitary agents 

Amount paid for compensation of assistant surgeons, nurses, etc 

Imount paid for transporting assistant surgeons, nurses, etc 

SLffiount paid Board of Medical Examiners in 1863 

Imouut paid for publishing report of Sanitary Commission and proclamations 
of the Governor • • • • 



MILITARY CONTINGENT FUND.— App. 1865. 

Amount paid for telegraphing on military business 

'Amount paid for transportation of sick and wounded soldiers 

Amount paid I. N. Haynie, for expenses to Wasliington *. . 

Amount paid B. M. Prentiss, for superintending camp of rendezvous at 

<juincy 

Amount paid R. J. Oglesby, Governor, to be applied for relief of sick and 

wounded soldiers 



HI, 250 00 

54,900 00 

75,000 00 

5000 00 



146,150 00 



13000 00 
35,000 00 



$38,000 00 



liYOOO 00 
5827 02 
90,000 00 
2000 00 
3000 00 
1000 00 



11108,827 02 



$398 32 



$16,245 35 
4008 56 

6256 90 



4720 


89 


385 


00 


3607 


SO 


1796 


00 


704 40 


1078 


01 


2355 


00 


315 


13 


$41,473 04 


1930 84 


60 


57 


165 


00 


985 


80 


19,857 


79 


$22 , 000 


00 



22 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



MILITARY STATE AGENTS.— App. 1865. 
Amount paid J. M. Sheets, for salary from March 1, 1865, to Oct. 14, 1865. 



W. DeB. ilonell 
B. F. Buingardner 
S. W. King 
J. H. Wickizer 
Owen M. Long 
H. D. Cook, 



1, 1865, " 31, 1865. 

" 1, 1865, to Feb. 10, 1866. 

" 18, 1865, to July 31, 1865. 

July 14, 1865, to Nov. 14, 1865. 

" 26, 1865, to Jan. 31, 1866. 

March 1, 1865, to Oct. 31, 1866. 



MONEY REFUNDED. 

Amount refunded Charles Atkinson. Special app. 1865 
" for taxes p id in error on real estate. 
" as overpaid by collectors 



OFFICE OF GOVERNOR. 

Amount paid for stationery and gas fixtures. Deficiency app. 1865 

" stationery. Regular app. 1865 

" postage. " 1865 

" furniture. " 1865 

" repairs. " 1865 

♦' iceforl865. " 1865 



OFFICE OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

Amount paid for stationery. Deficiency app. 1865 

" furniture '' " '' 

" postage. " " " 

" examining printers' accounts. Deficiency app. 1865 

" ice for 1864. " " " 

" express charges. ' " " " 

" stationery. Regular app. 1865 . . 

" furniture. " " " . . . 

" repairs. " " " . . . 
postage. " " " ... 

" express charges. " " " . . . 

" bi. ■ding books. " " || ... 

*• examining printers' accounts. " " " . . . 

" ice for 1865. " " " •■• 

" , making index to laws of 1865. " " "... 



OFFICE OF AUDITOR. 

Amount paid for stationery. Deficiency app. 1865 

" fuiniture. " " " 

" postage. «' " " 

" gas fixtures. " " " ■ 

" repairs. '' " " 

" S. T. Logan and Hay & Cullom, for attorney's fees in case of 

Mer Sav. L. and T. Co., vs. Auditor, in Supreme Court. 

Deficiency app, 1865 

" Jackson Grinishaw, attorney's fee in case of Barnes tis. State 

Treasurer, Supreme Court. Deficiency app. 1865... 
" court co;ts, abstracts of title, etc. " " "... 



$745 


16 


800 00 


1133 


33 


440 00 


400 00 


616 


66 


2000 00 


5^6 135 


15 


$106 42 


633 


58 


624U 


59 


S6980 


59 


$99*7 10 


920 


53 


472 


46 


510 


65 


33 


25 


37 


20 


$-2971 


-1 


fiei 


"1 


417 




31'^ 




7^ 




6- 




01 




2Sv 




1156 


4.S 


566 


;i;' 


47. 




A 




21''. 




21'- 




2.">' 




$411.^ 


$411 




6-2 




4 -J 




11 




.l,O0it 




400 


Oil 


171 


- 



23 



Detailed Statement — Continued, 



mount paid for stationery. Regular app. 1865 

" furniture. " " " 

" repairs. " " " 

" gas fixtures " " " o.... 

" post;ige and express charges. Rog. app. 1865 

" ice. Reg. app. 1865 

" Hay & Cullom, attorney's fee in case of The People ws. Brad 

ley, el. al.^ Supreme Court. Rf g. app. 1865 

" J. B. White, services as attorney for Auditor. Def. app. 1865 



OFFICE OF TREASURER. 



mount paid for stationery 
postage 



Def. app. 1865 , 

" 1865 

ice for 1863-64. " 1865 

Stuart, Edwards & Brown, attorneys for Treasurer in case 
of Loomis i;.s. State Treasurer, Sup. Ct. Def. app. 1865 

stationery. Reg. app. 186."i. : 

furniture. " 1865 

repairs. " 1865 

postage. " 1865 

ice for 1865. " 1866 



OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 

Def. app. 1865 



mount paid for postage, stationery, printing, 
" furniture. Reg. app. 1865. . . 

" repairs. " 1865.. 

" ice for 1865. " 1863... 

" stationery and postage. App 



etc. 



1857. 



OFFICE OF ADJUTANT GENERAL. 



App 



aount paid for clerks and otlier employees, 

" fuel and labor. " 

" gas. " 

" postage. " 

" newspapers and livery. " 

" rent of office. " 

" telegraphing. Deficiency app 

" furniture, etc. " 

" printing and advertising. " 

" stationery. " 

" express charges and gas. " 

" stationery, printing, etc. 

" postage. 

" furniture, etc. 

" gas burned. 

*' fuel and labor. 

" traveling expenses, livery, etc 

" painting and whitening, 

" telegraphing. 

" newspapers. 

" express charges. 

" ice. 

" office rent. 



. 1863.. 

1863.. 

1863 . . 

1863.. 

1863.. 

1863.. 

1865... 

1865... 

1863... 

1865... 

1865... 

App. 1865. 

" 1865. 

" 1865. 

" 1865. 

" 1865. 

" 1865. 

" 1865. 

" 1865. 

" 1865. 

" 1865. 

" 1865. 

•' 1865. 



11104 00 


425 


12 


843 


72 


\V1 


37 


321 


40 


37 


20 


^00 


00 


300 


00 


$5746 26 


$63 85 


9 


00 


68 


83 


500 


00 


292 


03 


230 


35 


215 


53 


114 


40 


37 


20 


$1531 


19 


$1352 


05 


667 


74 


293 


00 


37 


20 


1725 


19 


$4075 


18 


$1528 


00 


88 


15 


17 41 


202 


03 


42 


97 


150 


00 


3304 


76 


1427 


50 


1334 


91 


3504 


41 


372 


16 


4333 


37 


1125 


49 


913 


85 


82 


83 


153 


60 


181 


25 


56 


UO 


950 


18 


47 


40 


188 


45 


12 


90 


1050 


00 


$21,069 


62 



24 



Detailed Statement — Oontin ued . 



PENITENTIARY. 

Amount paid S. G. Lathrop, for services as chaplain 



PENITENTIARY COMMISSIONERS. 

Amount paid Andrew Shuman, for per diem and expenses. App. 185*7. 

A. T. Briscoe " " " 185*7. 

" R. E. Loaan " " " ]85'7. 

G. D. A. Parks " " " 1S57. 

" Geo. I. Bergen " " " 1857. 

" F. A. Eastman " " " 1857. 



PUBLIC PRINTING. 

Amount paid for printing laws, journals and reports of 23d general assem- 
bly, special appropriation of 1865 

" for printing for 23d General Assembly. App. 1849. 

" for printing for 24tli " App. 1849 



PUBLIC BINDING, 

Amount paid for binding laws, journals and reports of the 24th General As 
sembly App. 1849 



$525 OQ 



$3636 00 
3636 00 
3996 00 
1084 00 
1080 00 
576 00 

.^14,008 00 



$2500 00 

8073 33 

103,726 90 

$114,300 23 



$10,000 OO 



PUBLISHING NOTICES. 

Amount paid for advertising for proposals for copying laws, distributing laws, 
stationery, printing paper, printing, binding, wood, etc. App. 1^49 



REPAIRS TO STATE HOUSE AND FENCE. 
Amount paid for painting and repairing. App. 1865 



REPAIRS TO STATE HOUSE AND ARSENAL. 
Amount paid for repairs, painting and glass. App. 1865 

REPORTS OF SUPREME COURT. 

Amount paid for 653 copies 31st volume, $2 extra per volume. App. 1865 
" " " 32d " " " " " 

« a << 33j .< « » « a 

(I K c. g^th " •' " " " 



SALARIES. 

Amount paid for salary of Governor. App. 1863 
" " " App. 1865 
" Clerk hire. App. 1865 



$1168 111 



$404 0:f 



$1106 Of 
3318 0, 
3318 Oj 
3318 0) 



11.060 • 



242;' 
6430 



25 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



mount paid for salary of Secretary of State. App. 1863 

" " ■ " " App. 1865 

" clerk hire, 1863 and 1864. Def app. 1865 

" " 1865 and 1866. App. 1865 

ount paid for salary of Auditor of Public Accounts. App. 1863 

" " App. 1865 

" clerk hire, 1863 and 1864. Def. app. 1865 

" " 1865 and 1866. App. 1865 

nount paid for salary of State Treasurer. App. 1863 

" " " " App. 1865 

" clerk hire " " I>cf. app. 1865 

" " " " App. 1865 

nount paid for salary of Superintendent of Public Instruction. App. 1863. 
" " " " App. 1865. 

" clerk hire. Def app. 1865 

" " App. 1865 .• 

" traveling expenses, Def app. 1865 

" " " App. 1865 

aount paid for salary of Adjt. General, 1863 and 1864. Spec. app. 1865.. 

" " " 1865 and 1866. App. 1865 

" clerk hire. App. 1865 , 

" messenger hire. App. 1865 

ount paid for salary of Assistant Adjutant General. App. 1865 

lount paid for salary of secretary in Fund Com'rs' office. Def. app. 1865. 
" " " " " App. 1865 



lount paid for salaries of porters and watchmen at State House. App. 1863. 

" same. Special app. 1865 

" same. App. 1865 



lOunt paid for salary of justice supreme court, first division. App. 1863. . 
" " " " " " App. 1865.. 

" clerk hire " " " App. 1865.. 



lOunt paid for salary of justice supreme court, second division. App. 1863. 
"" «' ' " " " App. 1865. 

" > clerk hire " " " App. 1865. 



$268 


88 


1426 


65 


3149 


19 


4458 


33 


$9303 05 


$466 67 


1783 


33 


7029 


17 


6241 


66 


$15,520 


83- 


$1053 


33 


1426 


67 


2360 


00 


3568 


88 


$8408 


88 


$450 


00 


4446 


66 


1966 


66 


2676 


39 


983 


32 


891 


67 


$11,414 


70 


$5180 00 


6735 


65 


9458 


33 



756 66 







$22, 130 


64 


$3300 00 


$2005 
2040 

$4045 


56 
00 

56 


$273 

200 

5217 


00 
00 

75 


$5690 75 


$560 
2040 
2759 


00 
00 

97 


$5359 


97 


$360 
2040 
2759 


00 
00 
97 


$5159 


97. 







26 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



Amount paid for salary of j 
" clerk hire 


ustice 
It 

udge 

a 

u 

u 

(( 
(( 

(( 
(( 

i( 
(( 

u 

K 

<( 

(1 

<l 

t( 

(( 
(1 

;( 
(1 

(( 
41 


supreme court, 
(( 

of first circuit. 

second circui 

It 

third circuit. 
(1 

fourth circuit 

it 

fifth circuit, 
tt 

sixth circuit. 

seventh circu 
tt 

eighth circuit 

ninth circuit. 
i( 

tenth circuit. 
t( 

eleventh circi 


third division. 
App. 1863. . . 


App. 
App. 
App. 


1863. 
1865. 
1866. 


$460 00 
1940 00 
2626 66 




$5026 66 


Amount paid for salary of . 
(1 (i 


1466 67 
1533 33 

$2000 00 


App. 1865. . . 








t. App. 1863. 
App. 1865. 

App. 1863. . 






<( (( 


$466 67 
1533 33 


(( ti 














$2000 GO' 


(( « 


$647 22 
1703 48 


(( (( 


App 1865.. 








App. 1863.. 








$2350 70 


C (( 


$466 67 
1179 26 

$1645 93 


(( (C 


App. 1865.. 








App. 1863. . . 






t t< 


$466 6V 
1783 3? 


< 


App. 1865... 
App. 1863. .. 








$2250 u( 




$466 6' 
1533 3' 


i< 


App. 1865. . . 






k. 


t App. 1863. 










$2000 (H 


I( 


$466 6' 

1783 s; 


(( 


App. 1865. 
App 1863 . 












(( « 


$2250 01 

$466 6' 
1533 3. 


U 1% 


App. 1865.- 
App. 1863. . . 














$2000 0' 


(( 


$466 6 
1783 3 


< 


App. 1865... 








App. 1863 . . 








$2250 li 


« 


$460 li 
1533 3 


•■ 


App. 1865. . . 






i 


lit. App. 1863 
App. 1865 








$2000 






«l 


$466 «. 
1615 T 








fe 








2082 4; 



27 
Detailed Statement — Continued. 

.mount paid for salary of judse of twelfth circuit. App. 1863 

" " '" " App, 1865 

" " " thirteenth circuit. App. 1863 

" " " " App. 1865 

" " " fourteenth circuit. App. 1863 

" ." " " App. 1865.,.. 

" " " fifteenth circuit. App. 1863 

" " " " App. 1865 

" " " sixteenth circuit. App. 1863 

" " " App. 1865 

" " " seventeenth circuit. App. 1863.. 

" " " " App. 1865., 

" " " eighteenth circuit. App. 1863,., 

" " " " App. 1865 .., 

" " " nineteenth circuit. App. 1863..., 

" " " " App. 1865..., 

" " " twentieth circuit. App. 1863 

" " " " App. 1865..., 

" " " twenty-first circuit. App. 1863.., 

" " " " App. 1865.., 

" *' " twenty-second circuit. App. 1863 

" " " " App. 1865, 

" " •' twenty-third circuit. App. 1863... 

" ♦' " " App. 1865... 



$466 67 
1198 86 



$1665 53 


$466 67 
1533 33 

$2000 00 


$466 67 
1533 33 

$2000 00 


$466 67 
1533 33 


$2000 00 


$466 67 
1533 33 


$2000 00 



$466 67 
1533 33 



$2000 00 


$466 67 
1733 33 


$2200 00 


$1751 09 
1283 33 


$3034 42 



$466 67 
1533 33 

$2000 00, 

$466 67 
1533 33 

$2000 00 

$466 67 
1533 33 

$2000 00 

$466 67 
1533 33 

$2000 00 



28 
Detailed Statement — Continned. 





paid 
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ofjuds;e of twenty-fourth circuit. App. 1863.. 




$466 67 
1033 33 




" " App. 1865. . 






" twenty-fifth circuit. App. 1863.... 








$1500 00 




$466 67 




" " Api?. 1865 




1783 33 




* 
" twenty-sixth circuit. App. 1863.- 




$2250 00 








$466 67 
1408 33 




•' " App. 1865.. 






" twenty-seventh circuit. App. 1863 
Apix 1865 




$1875 00 




$716 67 
1715 39 

$2432 06 




$466 67 
1533 33 




" " App. 1865. 

judges of superior court of Chicago. App. 

App. 

judge of recorder's court of Chicago. App. 

App. 

judge of recorder's court of LaSalle and 
App. 1863 






1863 
1865 

1863 
1865 

Peru. 


$2000 00 




$1400 00 
4388 46 

$5788 46 








$466 67 
1533 33 

$2000 00 




$466 67 




judge of recorder's court of LaSalle and Peru. 
App. 1865 


1489 33 




judge of Cairo court of common pleas. 
1863 


App. 


$1956 00 




$466 67 




judge of Cairo court of common pleas. 
1865 


App. 




judge of court of common pleas of Aurora and 
Elgin. App. 1863 


$2000 00 




$466 67 
1783 33 




judge of court of common pleas of Aurora and 
" Elgin. App. 1865 




judge of Alton city court. App 1863. . . 






$2250 00 




$466 67 
1503 33 




" " App. 1865. . . 










$1970 00 













Detailed Statement — Continued. 






paid for 

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salary 

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II 

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II 

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11 

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II 

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11 
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state's attorney, 

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II 

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11 

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II 

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II 
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first circuit. App. 1863 


$233 33 
766 67 

$1000 00 




" App. 1865 




second circuit. App. 1863 

" App. 1865 

third circuit. App. 1863 

" App. 1865 

fourth circuit. App. 1863 




$233 33 
766 67 




$1000 00 




$358 33 
766 67 

$1125 00 




$233 33 
891 67 




" App. 1865 


1 


fifth circuit. App. 1863 


r 


$1125 00 




$233 33 
641 67 




" App. 1865 




sixth circuit. App. 1863 






$875 00 




$233 33 
766 67 




" App. 1865 

seventh circuit. App. 1863 

App. 1865 

eighth circuit. App. 186*3 

" App. 1865 

ninth circuit. App. 1863 

" App. 1849 




$1000 00 




$233 33 
766 67 




$1000 00 








$233 33 
766 67 




$1000 00 




$733 33 
400 00 




" App. 1865 

tenth circuit. App. 186S 


891 67 




$2025 00 




$226 33 
641 67 




App. 1865 

eleventh circuit. App. 1863 

" App. 1865 

twelfth circuit. App. 1863 

App. 1849 

" App. 1865 




$868 00 




$233 33 
766 67 


$1000 00 


$148 33 
200 00 
681 67 


$10.30 00 





30 



Detailed Statennent — Continued. 



Amount paic 


salai-y state's 

II 

II 
II 

II 

IC 

CC 
IC 

CC 
CI 

CC 
CC 

CI 

IC 
CC 

CC 
CC 

CI 
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CC 

CC 

CC 

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attorney 

CC 
CC 

II 

CC 

CC 

CC 

CC 

CC 
CC 

CC 
CC 
CI 

CC 
CC 

CC 
CI 

CI 

CC 

CC 

CC 

CC 

CC 

<( 

CC 


, thirteenth circuit. App. 1863 

App. 1865 

fourteenth circuit. App. 1863 

App. 1861 

" App. 1865 

fifteenth circuit. App. 1863 

App. 1865 

sixteenth circuit. App. 1863 

" App. 1865 

seventeenth circuit. App. 1863.... 
" App. 1865 

eighteenth circuit. App. 1863 

App. 1849 

App. 1865 

nineteenth circuit. App. 1863 

" App. 1865 

twentieth circuit. App. 1868 

" App. 1865 

twenty-first circuit. App. 1863 ... . 
" App. 1866 

twenty-second circuit. App. 1863.. 
App. 1865.. 

twenty-third circuit. App. 1863.... 
" App. 1865 

twenty-fourth circuit. App. 1863. . . 
" App. 1865... 


$233 33 
766 67 




$1000 00 


K 
IC 

(1 


$1000 00 
150 00 
875 00 




$2025 00 


<l 
11 


$233 33 
766 67 




$1000 00 


II 
l( 


$358 33 
766 67 




$1125 00 


11 
II 


$233 33 
766 67 




$1000 00 


II 

II 
II 


$233 33 
300 OO'.;,) 
891 67'' 




$1425 00 


<( 
11 


$233 33 
766 67 




$1000 00 


(C 

(1 


$233 33 
766 67 




$1000 00 


II 
(( 


$233 33 
766 67 




$1000 00 






11 

CI 


$233 33 
766 67 




$1000 00 


II 
<l 


$233 33 
766 67 




$1000 00 


(C 

II 


$233 33 
766 67 




$1000 00 







31 

Detailed Statement — Coutinued. 



Amount paid salary state's attorney, twenty-fifth circuit. App. 1863. 
" " " App. 1865. 



twenty-sixth circuit. App. 1863. 
" App. 1865. 



twenty-seventh circuit. App. 1863, 
" App. 1865. 



twenty-eighth circuit. App. 1863. 
" App. 1865. 



prosecuting att'y superior court, Chicago. App. 1863 
" " " App. 1865 



recorder's court, Chicago. App. 1863 
" " App. 1865 



" LaSalle and Peru. App. 1863 
" " App. 1865 



Cairo Ct. of C. P. App. 1863. 
" App. 1865. 



$233 33 
766 67 



Alton city court. App. 1863. 
" App. 1865. 



STATE'S ATTORNEYS' FEES. 

Amount paid for prosecuting suits and for commissions on moneys collected 
on judgments, App, 1849 



SURGEONS TO CORINTH. 

Amount paid for services and expenses of extra surgeons sent to Corinth, 
Miss. App. 1863 



$1000 00 


$248 83 
766 67 


$1015 00 


$233 33 
766 67 


$1000 00 


$233 33 
766 67 


$1000 00 


$116 67 
383 33 


$500 00 


$233 33 
766 67 


$1000 00 


$353 33 
168 33 


$521 66 


$233 33 
641 67 


$875 00 


$233 33 
788 64 


$1021 97 


$1186 90 



SUPREME COURT— FIRST DIVISION. 

Am't paid for fuel, lights, stationery, furniture, postage, etc. App. 1849. . . . 

" clerks for services as law librarian App. 1857. . . . 

" for clerk hire App. 1865. . . . 

" for books for library App. 1856. . . . 



$1268 35 



1178 98 
350 00 
385 83 
414 87 



32 



Statement — C ontin ued . 




Am't paid for attendance of sheriffs -A-Pp. 1839. 

" for repairs to court house App. 1859. 

SUPREME COURT— SECOXD DIVISION. 

Am't paid for stationery, postage, furniture, etc -A-PP- 1849. 

" clerks for services as law librarian -^PP- 185Y. 

" for clerk hire App 1865. 

" for books for library App. 1855. 

" for attendance of sheriff -A-PP- 1839. 

" for repairs, etc ,App. 1859. 



SUPREME COURT— THIRD DIVISION. 

Am't paid for fuel, lights, stationery, postage, furniture, &c. App. 1849 

" clerk for services as law librarian -^PP- 1857 

" for books for library -^PP' 1855 

" for attendance of sheriff -^PP- 1839 

WAR EXPENSES— App. 1865. 

Am't paid on quartermaster's accounts 

" on commisary's accounts ■ 

" on ordnance accounts 

" commissioners to audit war accounts, 

*' discharged volunteers 

" on account of incidental expenses 

" to revenue fund under act of Feb. 13, 1865 



$2440 88 



$2650 00 

350 00 

1228 90 

2398 79 

291 00 

2343 00 



$9261 89 



$5727 80 

400 00 

1294 95 

872 00 



$8294 75 



$9779 80 

3814 88 

867 68 

50 00 

162 52 

6253 17 

27,429 97 



$48,358 02 



33 



Statement of warrants drawn on special f\mds Jrom Decemher 1, 1864-, 
to November 80, 1866, inclusive. 



STATE DEBT FUND. 



imount issued to collectors for over payments 

^ " in payment of principal of state debt Jan. 1, 1865. 

P " ■" " " Jan. 1, 1866. 

" " state debt purchased 



Total amouiit of warrants issued on state debt fund. 
INTEREST FUND. 



imount issued to collectors for over payments 

" in payment of four installments of state interest paid in 
New York 

" in payment of four installments of state interest paid at 
the state treasury 

" in payment of expenses incurred in making above pay- 
ments 

" in payment of premium on $'7'7 ,000 gold at 54^- 



Total amount of warrants issued on interest fund 

SCHOOL TAX FUND. 

Amount issued to collectors for over pajniients 

CENTRAL RAILROAD FUND. 

Amount issued in payment of state indebtedness purchased by the Gov- 
ernor at par 



HANCOCK COUNTY INTEREST FUND. 

Lmount issued in payment of July, 1866, interest on Hancock county 
bonds, and experTses of payment 



WAR FUND. 



Lmount issued in payment of war expenses 

" transferring balance of war fund to revenue fund. 



$2850 S2 

589,875 08 

589,489 65 

82,305 58 



$1,264,020 63 



$513'7 21 

1,135,817 22 

116,378 64 

11,157 85 

41,965 00 



$1,310,455 4a 



$297,046 61 



:, 102,436 54 



$8950 76 



$161 00 
27,42y 97 

$27,590 97 



34 



No. 4. 



Statement of warrants outstanding^ Bee. 1, 1864, and Nov. 30, 1806. 



Amount of warrants outstanding, Dec. 1, 1864 

Amount of warrants issued from Dec. 1, 1864, to Nov. 80, 1866. 



Amount of warrants returned, canceled by the Treasurer, from Dec. 1, 
1864, to Nov. 30, 1866 , . 

Amount outstanding, Dec. 1, 1866, all revenue fund 



138,046 78 
5, 273,768 34 



$5,311,815 07 
5,301,079 93 



$10,735 14 



35 

No. 5. 



Statement of the condition of Jie school^ college and seminary funds, on 
the first day of December, 1866. 



Amount of Siiri)Ius Revenue credited to School fund , 

Amount of three per cent, fund credited to School fund. , 

Amount of three per cent, fund credited to College fund. . 
Amount of tlnee per cent, fund credited to Seminary fund. 

Total amount of s-lool, college, and seminary funds 



S!335,592 32 
618,362 96 



$948,955 28 

156,613 22 

59,838 72 



$1,165, 407, 32 



Two years' interest, at six per cent., paid on the above funds, as follows: 



To tlie institution for the deaf and dumb . . 

To the Normal University 

Distributed to counties, as per table No. 18 



$5,827 02 

24,891 98 

109,129 86 



$139,848 86 



36 



Ko. 6. 



Statement showing the State indebtedness purchased hy the Governor at 
2?a7\ and inter eat^ with Central Railroad Fund^ and canceled and 
devosited with the Auditor of Public Accounts. 



When purchased. 



1865. Mar. 27. 



1865." May 16. 



1864. Dec. 5. 

1864. Dec. 5. 

1864. Dec. 5. 

1865. Jan. 4. 
1865. Jan. 25 , 

1865. Jan. 2Y. 

1865. Jan. 31. 

1865. Jan. 31. 



From whom purchased — description of stock, etc. 



Amount. 



From S. Hallidav, agent, old Internal ImproTement Bonds, 
(MacHlister &"Stebbins) numbers 306, 307, 656,' 656, 657, 
881, 88-2, and 1004; principal $248 13 each; interest 

$226 91 each— 8 bonds at $475 04 each 

From John T. B. Maxwell, old Internal Improvement Bonds, 
(Macalister & Stebbins) numbers 301, 304, 305, 323, 324, 
326, 327, 328, 329, 330, 331, 332, 333, 351, 352, 353, 389, 
390, 391, 394, 395, 396, 398, 399, 400, 404, 405, 406,407, 
412, 460, 465, 559, 560, 561, 562, 563, 586, 587, 601, 602, 
603, 651, 652, 658, 663, 664, 665, 666, 667, 668, 669, 670, 
671, 672, 673, 674, 675, 683, 684, 685, 702, 70l, 703, 704, 
705, 706, 707, 735, 783, 803, 823, 862, 931, 932, 933, 934, 
935, 936, 937, 938, 939, 940, 941, 942, 943, 944, 945, 946, 
947, 948, 949, 950, 981, 982, 983, 985, 986, 987, 988, 989, 
990, 991.992, 993, 994, 995, 996, 1000, 1001, 1002, 308, 
principal .$248 13 each ; interest $228 94 each — 112 bonds 

at $477 07 each . . ■ 

From J. Bunn, refunded stock of 1862, numbers 39, 41, 66, 
90, 91, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 
165, 182, 237, 238, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 248, 249, 230, 
251, 252, 253, 363, 364, 365, 366, 367, 368, 369, 370, 371, 
372, 373, 395, 421, 465, 522, 523, 524, 525, 526, 527, 528, 
529, 604, 693, 731, 732, 890, 891 ; principal $59,000; in- 
terest $1524 17 

From .1. Bunn, 41 war bonds, $1,000 each, interest $25 83^ 
each, Nos. 7, 108, 111, 112, 113, 121, 122, 193, 195, 196, 
197, 234, 235, 236, 237, 2H8, 239, 240, 241, 242, 243, 244, 
245, 246, 2.^8, 366, 410, 614, 726, 727, 734, 735, 817, 860, 
882, 886, 890, 913, 931, 1012, 1017; principal $41,000; 

interest $1,059 17 

From J. Bunn, seven war bonds, $500 each, Nos. 724, 727, 

728, 729, 914, 919, 920; principal $3,500 ; interest .$90 42. 

eleven war bondsof $100 each, Nos. 2315, 2316, 2317, 2318, 

2319, 2320, 4043, 4044, 4045, 4046, 4048 ; principal 

$1,100 ; interest $28 41 

From N. H. Ridgely & Co., refunded stock of 1862, Nos. 
457, 461, 463, 476, 483. Warjwnds, two of $1,000 each, 
Nos. 194, 883. War bonds, two of $500 each, Nos. 756, 

757 ; principal $8,000 ; interest $32 00 

From N. H. Ridgelv & Co., refunded stock of 1869, Nos. 
74, 75 and 76. Refunded .stock of 1870, Nos. 224, 225, 
226, 227, 228. War bonds of $1,000 each. No. 814. War 
bonds of $500 each, Nos. 337, 338, 339, 340 ; principal 

$1 1,000 ; interest $45 83 

From E. F. Leonard, Illinois & Michigan canal sterling bonds. 
New York, Nos. 1014, 1064, 1072 ; principal $3,000 ; in- 
terest $103 50 

From N. H. Ridgclj & Co., refunded stock of 1862, Nos. 
632, 744. Thornton loan bonds, Nos. 82, 91 ; principal 

$4,000 ; interest $20 00 

From J. Bunn, interest bond, (Mer. Sav. L. & T. Co.) No. 
2178 ; principal $500 ; interest $2 50 



$3,800 32 



53,431 84 

60,524 17 

42,059 17 
3,590 42 

1,128 41 
8,032 00 

11,045 83 

3,103,50 

4,020 00 
502 50 



37 

Statement — Continued. 



Wlien purchased. 



1865. Feb. 2. 
1865. Feb. 21. 
1865. Feb. 21. 



1865, Feb. 22. 



1865. Mar. 18. 

1865. Mar. 23. 

1865. Mar. 27. 
I 

1865. Mar. 31. 

1865. April 4. 

1865. May 26. 

1865. May 27. 

1864, Dec. 9. 

1865. Jan. 9. 
1865. Jan. 12. 

1865. Jan. 12. 

1865. Jan. 23. 

1865. Aug. 1. 



From whom purchased — description of stock, etc. 



From N. H. Ridgely & Co., war bonds of _$1,000 each, Nos. 
96, 124; principal $2,000; interest $10 66 

From 0. H. Miner, attorney, baUince of interest bonds re- 
funded boolc, page 119; principal $504 45; interest $4 28. 

E. F. Leonard, five warbondsof $1,000 each, Nos. 375, 376, 
377, 378, 379. 2 war bonds of $500 each, Nos. 351, 353. 
20 war bonds of $U)0 each, Nos. 667, 1034, 2126, 2127, 
2128, 2129, 2130, 2131, 2132, 2133, 2134, 2135, 2136, 
2137, 2138, 2139, 2140, 2141, 2142, 2143; principal 
$8,000 ; interest $68 00 

From N. H. Ridgelv & Co., Illinois and Michigan Canal 
bonds of July 1, 'l837, Nos. 627, 673, 674, 675 ; of July, 
1, 1847, Nos. 100, 115. New internal improvement 
stock (Nehemiah Tuni.s), Nos. 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 
285, 286, 5597, of 1 1,000 each. Eleven war bonds of 
$1,000 each, Nos. f., 6, 8, 585, 829, 830, 831, 832, 833, 
834, 835 ; principal $25,000 ; interest $216 67 

From J. K. Dubois, attorney, balance of interest bonds re- 
funded book, page 119 ; principal $61 16 ; interest 79 cts, 

From J. C. Hinkle, balance of interest bonds refunded 
book, page 119 ; principal $37 64 ; interest 51cts 

From E. F. Leonard, seven war bonds of $1,000 each ; inte- 
rest $14 50 each, Nos. 95, 99, 100, 400, 401, 574, 903. 
Five war bonds of $500 each, Nos. 685, 686, 687, 688, 
690. Five war bonds of $100 each, Nos. 3316, 6319, 
3320, 3321, 3322; principal $I0,0U0 ; interest $145 00.. 

0. H Miner, attorney, balance of interest stock refunded 
book, page 186; principal $6U9 66; interest $10 49... 

From C. Ridgely, attorney, interest bonds of 1857 (Donald 
McLityre), No. 2259 of ' $500 ; interest $7 83. No. 2260, 
principal $883 52; interest $13 84. New internal im- 
provement interest bond No. 2627; |1263 60; int. $19 80. 

From Jesse K. Dubois, two Thornton loan, Nos. 180, 182; 
one war bond $-500, No. 928; principal $2,500; inte- 
rest $60 82 

From James H. Bevcridge, attorney, balance interest bonds, 
page 120, refunded book ; principal $202 20 : int. $4 95.. 

From E. F. Leonard, interest stock, No. 1307 ; principal 
$500 ; interest $13 25 

From E. P. Clover, certificate for arrears of interest 

C. W. Levings, refunded stock of 1860 (Proc), 30 ; princi- 
pal $1,000 ; interest $22 50 

From 0. H. Miner, attorney, balance liquidation bonds, re- 
funded book page 192 '. 

From A. Starne, trustee, eighty-four Illinois and Michigan 
canal bonds (J. A. Matteson),' Nos. 894, 895, 912, to 993, 
inclusive (two coupons on each) 

From R. E. Goodell, one hundred and ten war bonds of $100 
each, interest 50 cents each, No,s. 882, 883, 884, 885, 886, 
887, 888, 889, 890, 891, 892, 893, 894, 895, 896, 897, 898, 
899, 900, 902, 903,2755, 2756, 2757,2774, 2801, 2802, 28u3, 
2804, 2805, 2806, 2807, 2808, 2809, 2810, 2811, 2812, 
2813, 2814, 2815, 2816, 2817, 2818, 2819, 2820, 2821, 
2822, 2823, 2824, 2825, 2826, 2827, 2828, 2829, 2830, 
2831, 2832, 2833, 2834, 2835, 2836, 2837, 2838, 2839, 
2840, 2841, 2842, 2843, 2844, 2845, 2846, 2847, 2848, 
2849, 2850, 584, 1795, 1796, 1797, 1798, 1799, 1800, 1801, 
1802, 1803, 1804, 1805, 1806, 1807, 1808, 1809, 1810, 
1811, 1812, 1813, 1814, 1815, 1816, 1817, 1818, 1819, 
2256, 2257, 2258, 3372, 3380, 4088, 4090, 4577, 4578 ; 



Amount. 



2,010 66 
508 ^3 



8,068 00 



25,216 67 
61 94 
38 15 

10,145 00 
710 15 

2,688 59 



2 


,560 


82 




207 


15 




513 


25 




363 


00 


1 


022 


50 




278 


21 


84 


,000 


00 



38 



Statement — Continued. 



When purchased. 



1866. Aug. 1. 
1865. Aug. 1. 



1S65. Aug. 2. 
1865. Aug. 3. 



From whom purchased — description of stock, etc. 



principal %\ 1,000, interest $55. Eight war bonds of $500 
each; Nos. 6, 164, 171, 172, 174, '726, 753, 823; prin- 
cipal $4,000, interest $20. Three war bonds of $l,(in() 
each; Nos. 189, 190, 191 ; principal $3,000, interest $15. 
Fourteen refunded bonds of 1860, (canal) Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 
6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14; principal $14,000, interest 
$70. Illinois and Michigan Canal bonds of July 1, 1847. 
Nos. 897 and 898, $1000 each, interest $10. Illinois and 
Michigan Canal bonds of July 1st, 1837, Nos. 166, 167, 
168; principal $3,000, interest $16 .. 

F. K. Whittemore, new internal improvement interest stock. 
No. 297, (Jos. Pangburn) ; principal $500, interest $2 50 

From J. Bunn, Illinois and Michigan Canal bonds of July 1, 
1837, Nos. 640, 647, 648. Illinois and Michigan Canal 
bonds of July 1, 1841, Nos. 56, 69, 77, 78, 80. Illinois 
and Michigan Canal bonds of July 1, 1847, Nos 135, 
153, 249, 380, 381, 563, 564, 586, 714, 747, 795, 821, 822, 
823, 824, 825, 826, 843, 844, 845, 861, 863, 864, 866, 867, 
1004, 1016, 1017, 1018 Refunded stock of 1862, Nos. 
20, 347, 639, 916. Refunded stock of 1865, Nos. 42, 43, 
44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 65, 56, 57, 58, 
59, 60, 61. Refunded bonds of 1869, Nos. 33, 34, 35, 65, 
66, 67, 105, 106, 142, 148, 152, 153, 154, 155, 156, 158, 162, 
196, 197. Refunded bonds of 1876, Nos. 16, 51, 83, 84, 
85. Refunded bonds of 1877, Nos 318, 319. Twenty- 
one war bonds, $1,000 each, Nos. 4, 79, 348, 589, 590, 
591, 692, 593, 635, 695, 696, 733, 821, 822, 823, 824, 898, 
905, 906, 938, 940. Seven war bonds of $500 each, Nos. 
105, 143, 352, 678, 709, 827, 828. One hundred and five 
war bonds of $100 each, Nos. 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 
164, 165, 156, 157, 461, 701, 754, 755, 756, 757, 758, 
1576, 1582, 2144, 2145, 2861, 2862, 2863, 2864, 2865, 
2866, 2867, 2868, 2869, 2870, 2871, 2872, 2873, 2874, 
2875, 2876, 2877, 2878, 2879, 2880, 2881, 2882, 2883, 
2884, 2885, 2886, 2887, 2888, 2889, 2890, 2891, 2892, 
2893, 2894, 2895, 2893, 2897, 2898,' 2899, 2900, 3992, 
3993, 3994, 3995, 3996, 3997, 3998, 3999, 400t), 40tU, 
4002, 4003, 4004, 4ii05, 4006, 4o07, 4008, 4o09, 4O10, 
4011, 4012, 4013, 4014, 4015, 4016, 4017, 4018, 4019, 
4020, 4021, 4022, 402-^, 4024, 4025, 4o26, 4027, 4o28, 
4029, 4030, 4031, 4032,4033,4034,4035,4627; princi- 
pal $148,01)0, interest $740 

J. Bunn, attorney, two bonds interest stock, Nos. 2619, 
2620, (H. Corwitli); principal $2242 54, interest $1 1 96.. 

B. Carver, seven refunded bonds of 1862, Nos, 83, 239, 240, 
325, 332, 382, 822. Twenty-three war bonds $1,000 each, 
Nos. 364, 365, 762, 7o3, 754, 755, 756, 757, 758, 759, 760, 
761, 764, 765, 766, 767, 768, 769, 770, 771, 818, 819, s76 
Forty-nine war bonds of $.")00 each, Nos. 76, 77, 147, 161, 
162, 'l63, 175, 176, 177, 178, 179, 180, 182, 183, 181, 185, 
186, 240, 283, 284, 476, 477, 478, 479, 480, 481, 534, 535, 
536, 637, 538, 540, 541, 789, 790, 799, 800, 80l, 802, 902, 
903, 904, 905, 906, 907, 9o8, 909, 910, 911. Sixtv-onc 
war bonds $100 each. Nos. 1696, 1697, 1698, 1699, 1700, 
1701, 1702, 1703, 1704, 1705, 1706, ]7o7, 1708, 17o9, 
1710, 1711, 1712, 1713, 1714, 1716, 1716, 1717, 1718, 
1719, 1740, 1741, 1742, 1743, 1744, 1745, 1746, 17.|7, 
I7t8, 1749, 1750, 1751, 4426, 4427, 4428, 4429, 443o, 
4431, 4432, 4433, 4431, 4435, 4436, 4437, 443S, 4439, 
4440, 4441, 4442, 4443, 4444, 4445, 4446, 4447, 4448, 



Amount. 



$37,186 00 
502 50 



148,740 00 
2,254 50 



39 



Statement — Continued. 



Wlioti purchased. 



1865. 
1865. 



Aug. 8. 
Ausr. 9. 



1865. Aud. 9. 



1865. Aug. 9. 



1865. Aug. 23. 



1865. Sept. 1. 



1866. 
1865. 



Sept. 14. 
Sept. 18. 



1865. Sept. 19. 



From whom purchased — description of stock, etc. 



4449, 4450; principal $60,600, interest $333 30 

From D. L. Gold, administrator, new internal improvement 
stock. No. 3018; principal $1083 80; interest |6 86 

From D. L. Gold, arrears of interest from July 23, 1840, to 
Jan. 1, 1859, on internal improvement scrip No. 2791 A 
and 2792 B 

From N. H. Ridaely & Co., new internal improvement stock 
Nos. 5115, 5116," 5117, 5118, 5119; principal #1657 60, 
interest $10 78. Interest bonds Nos. 2214, 2215; prin- 
cipal $1729 40, interest $11 24. Interest stock Nos. 
2535, 2536 ; principal $2000, interest $13 00 

From E. K. Goodell, three war bonds, $1000 each, Nos. 1, 
657, 683. Ten war bonds of $500 each, Nos. 614, 615, 
616, 617, 618, 620, 621, 622, 623, 624; 23 war bonds of 
$100 each, Nos. 190, 4061, 4062, 4063, 4064, 4065, 4066, 
4067, 4068, 4069, 4070, 4901, 4902, 4903, 4904, 4905, 
4906, 4907, 4908, 4909, 4910, 4911, 4912; principal 
$10,300, interest $66 95 

From James H. Beveridge, two Thornton loan bonds, Nos. 
11, 14; principal $2000, interest $17 66. Five war 
bonds, $1000 each, Nos. 996, 997, 998, 999, 1000; prin- 
cipal $5000, interest $44 15. One £225 canal bond. New 
York, No. 1001 ; principal $1000, interest $8 83. Seven 
canal bonds of Julv 1, 1837, Nos. 924, 632, 633, 1012, 
1102,1325,1395; principal $7000, interest $61 81. Two 
canal bonds of July 1, 1847, Nos. 256, 862; principal 
$2000, interest $17 66. One registered canal bond of 
July 1, 1837, No. 278 ; principal $600, interest $5 30. 
One registered canal bond of July 1, 1841, No. 139; 
principal $600, interest $5 SO 

From James H. Beveridge, four canal bonds of July 1, 
1841, Nos. 4, 88, 122, 125; principal $4000, interest 
$40. One canal bond of July 1, 1837, No. 786; prin- 
cipal $1000, interest $10. One canal bond of July 1, 
1847, No. 572; principal $1000, interest $10. One 
refunded bond of 1877, No. 87 ; principal $1000, interest 
$10. Four war bonds of $500 each, .No.s. 357, 358, 
359, 360; principal $2000, interest $20.- One hundred 
and seventeen war bonds of $100 each, Nos. 104, 
106, 556, 557, 558, 559, 560, 985, 992, 1128, 1129, 
1130, 1131, 1132, 1133, 1136, 1297, 1298, 1300, 1301, 
1302, 1579, 1580, 1581, 1651, 1652, 1914, 1915, 1916, 
1941, 2201, 2202, 2203, 2204, 2237, 2241, 2242, 2243, 
2372, 2376, 2377, 2378, 2379, 2380, 2411, 2412, 2413, 
2457, 2701, 2759, •2760, 2761, 2762, 2763, 2764, 2765, 
2766, 2767, 2768, 2769, 2770, 2772, 2773, 2794, 2795, 
2796, 3152, 3153, 3154, 3155, 3156, 3157, 3158, 3159, 
3160, 3161, 3184, 3185, 3240, 3241, 3242, 3253, 3254, 
3255, 3256, 3257, 3312, 3216, 3217, 3771, 3780, 4()79. 
4666, 4667, 4668, 4669, 4670, 4671, 4672, 4673, 4674, 
4675, 4676, 4677, 4678, 4679, 4680, 4681, 4682, 4663. 
4684, 4685, 4686, 4687, 4718, 4719, 4730; principal 
$11,700, interest $117 '. . ... 

From J. Bunn, balance of interest bonds, Refunded Book, 
page 120 ; principal $62 1 5, interest 79c 

From A. S. Sullivan, attorney, interest bond, new internal 
improvement stock, (Jesse Hare ;) principal $729 40, 
interest $9 48 

From James II. Beveridge, nine canal bonds of July 1, 1837, 
Nos. 630, 657, 658, 659, 660, 661, 853, 882, 927; priuci- 



$60,933 30 
1,090 66 



40 

Statement — Continued. 



When purchased. 



1865 Oct. 14. 

1865. Oct. 14. 

1865. Dec. 9. 

1865. Dec. 2. 

1866. Feb. 10. 
1866. Feb. 10. 



1866. Feb. 10. 



1866. Feb. 10. 



1866. Feb. 10. 



From whom purchased — description of stock, etc. 



pal $9000, interest |118 51. Nine canal bonds of July 1, 
1839, Nos. 1008, 10it9, 1011, 1013, 1014, 1015, 1036, 1050, 
1179; principal $9000, interest $118 61. Five canal 
bonds of July 1, 1847, Nos. 60, 148, 189, 746, 815; prin- 
cipal $5000, interest $65 83. One canal bond of July 1, 
1841, No. 36; principal $1000, interest $13 16. One 
£225 bond, No. 1016; principal $1000, interest |1 3 16. 
One £225 bond, No. 1063, payable in London, 10 per 
cent, premium; principal $1100, interest $14 48 

From J. H. Beveridge, attorney, balance of new internal 
improvement stock, (Jubal Terbel ;) principal $148 36, 
interest $2 52 

From Jesse K. Dubois, three registered canal bonds, Nos. 
151, 152, 154; principal $1800, interest $31 20 

From Charles Ridgely, attorney, two certificates of new 
internal improvement stock, Nos. 4352, 4353; principal 
$663, interest $17 57 

From E. F. Leonard, one registered canal bond of July 
1, 1837, No. 191 ; $600. One registered canal bond of 
July 1, 1839, No. 1113 ; *600. Six registered canal bonds 
of July 1, 1847, Nos. 23, 237, 339, 291, 436, 452, ; $3,600. 

From 0. S. Sheltou, attorney, interest bond of 1847, No. 342, 
Iowa CoUeje, $771 40 ; interest $5 15 

From H. F. Fames, two registered canal bonds of July 1, 
1837, Nos. 280, 281, $1,000. Three registered canal bonds 
of July 1, 1839, Nos. 1035, 1055, 1230, $1,500. Nine regis- 
tered canal bonds of July 1, 1841, Nos. 9, 45, 53, 68, 101, 
102, 180, 182, 183, $4,500. Three registered canal bonds 
of July 1, 1847, Nos. 24, 119, 426, $1,500 ; int. $56 66.. . 

Fi'om E. F. Leonard, nineteen Thornton loan bonds, Nos. 
1, 2, 26, 27, 40, 48, 69, 84, 100, 111, 112, 113, 121, 142, 
145, 146, 147, 159, 181, $19,000 Two refunded canal 
bonds of 1860, Nos. 17 and 18, $2,000. One Normal Uni- 
versity bond, No. 52, $1,000. One refunded bond of 1870, 
Number 96,' $1,000. Three refunded bonds of 1877, 
Nos. 186, 187, 235, $3,000. Ten canal bonds of .July 1, 
1839, Nos. 1283. 1284, 1285, 1286, 1287, 1288, 1289, 
1290, 1291, 1292, $10,()00. One registered canal bond. 
No. 146, of July 1, 1841, $500. Two registered canal 
bonds of July l,"l847, Nos. 453, 559, $1,000. Int. $250. 

From N. H. Ridgely & Co., five Thornton loan bonds, Nos. 
12,60,61,109, 136, $5,000. Twenty-six canal bonds of 
July 1, 1847, Nos. 44, 51, 103, 109, 112, 147, 450, 571, 573, 
574, 698, 720, 721, 756, 758, 776, 780, 782, 785, 790, 816, 
820, 838, 839, 865, 1015, $26,000. Forty-four registered 
canal bonds of Julyl, 1847, Nos. 3, 14,20, 21, 31, 69, .4, 
87, 88, 89, 117, 124, 125, 127, 136, 159, 160, 177, 178, 179, 
216, 220, 221, 245, 251, 264, 270, 271, 272, 274, 275, 276, 
277, 284, 290, 297, 338, 340, 352, 362, 363. 373, 414, 457, 
$22,000 ; interest $353 33 

From J. Bunn, six refunded canal bonds, Nos. 24, 25, 26, 
27, 28, 29, $6,000. Five canal bonds of July 1, 1837, 
Nos. 115, 117, 277, 623, 910. $5,000. One caiial bond of 
July 1, 1839, No. 1222, $1,000. One canal bond of July 
1, 1841, No. 189, $1,000. Seven canal bonds of July 1, 
1847, Nos. 55, 713, 728, 760, 762, 763, 803, $7,000. 
Thirtv-nine registered canal bonds of July 1, 1837, Nos. 
7, 8, 31, 193, 195, 279, 282, 607. 608, 609, 610, 698, 699, 
701, 702, 708, 712, 716, 717, 718, 719, 720, 721, 722, 723, 
724, 725, 726, 727, 728, 729, 730, 731, 732, 733, 734, 735, 



$26,443 65 



41 



Statem,ent — Continued. 



When purchased. 



1866. Feb. 12. 
1866. Feb. 13. 



1866. Feb. 14. 
1866. Feb. 19. 

1866. Feb. 20. 



1866. Feb. 26. 

1866. Mar. 5. 

1866. Mar. 9. 

1866. Mar. 10. 

1866. Mar. 10. 



From whom purchased — description of stock, etc. 



813, 902, $19,500. Eip;htcen rc2;istered canal bonds of Julv 
1, 18:^9, Xos. 1001, 1002,1003, 1069, 1081, 1082, 1094, 
1115, 1116, 1131, 1211, l'J13, 1221, 1225, 1251, 1272, 
1274, 1279, $9,000. Five rej-istered canal bonds of July 
1, 1841, Nos. 22, 40, 127, 132, 148, $2,500. Fifty-five 
registered canal bonds of Julv 1, 1847, Nos. 17, 22, 30, 
32; 34, 77, 86, 90, 105, 137, 163, 172 174, 176, 184, 218, 
219, 222, 223, 224, 233, 234, 2^5,252, 259, 266, 283, 289, 
302, 332, 341, 343, 344, 354, 360, 376, 377, 393, 403, 407, 
411, 412, 417, 437, 451,512, 513, 541, 542, 546, 624, 626, 
628, 629,663, $27,500. One £225 registered canal bond, 
payable in New York, No, 1026, $500. One £2'.i5 unregis- 
tered canal bond, payable in New York, No. 1052, $1,000; 
interest $581 33 " 

J. Bann, attornev, three new internal improvement bonds, 
Nos. 1877, 1878, 5503, $159 12 each; principal $477 36; 
interest $3 36 

From William Butler, nine war bonds, $1000 each, Nos. 976, 
977, 978, 979, 980, 981, 982, 983, 984. Sixtv war bonds, 
of $100 each, Nos. 723, 1037, 1038, 1039," 1040, 2061, 
2062, 2063, 2851, 2852, 2853, 2854, 2855, 2856, 2857, 
2858, 28.^9, 2860, 3309, 3310, 3951, 3952, 3953, 3954, 
3955, 395f), 3957, 3959, 3960, 3961, 3962, 3963, 3964, 
3965, 3966, 3967, 3968, 3969, 3970, 3971, 3972, 3973, 
3974, 3975, 3976, 3977, 3978, 3979, 3980, 3981, 3982, 
3983, 3984, 3985, 3986, 3987, 3988, 3989, 3990, 3991, 
$6000, interest $107 50 

From James Miller, five bonds, refunded stock of 1877, Nos. 
204, 205, 206, 207, 208, $5000, interest $36 67 

From John W. Bunn, five refunded canal bonds, Nos. 30, 31, 
32, 33, 34, $5000; two Thornton loan bonds, Nos. 37 and 
118, $2000, interest $57 17 

From J. Bunn, three Thornton loan bonds, Nos. 80, 93, 138, 
$3000; one sterling canal bond (New York) No. 1017, 
$1,000. Two canal bonds of July 1, 1841, Nos 186 and 
187, .*^2,000. Seven canal bonds of July 1, 1847, Nos, 
107,158, 673, 759,761, 796, 841, $7,000. Four regis- 
tered canal bonds of July 1, 1837, Nos. 9, 10, 192, 300, 
$2,000. Two registered 'canal bonds of July 1, 1839, 
Nos. 1067, 1068, $1,000. Twelve registered canal bonds 
of .lulv 1, 1847, Nos. 527, 548, 550, 590, ?91, 598, 601, 
650, 656, 670, 671, 690, $6,000, interest $213 ;i3 

From S. T. Logan, three bond.s refunded stock of 1877, 
Nos. 70, 236,'237, $3,000, interest $28 00 

From Geo. H. Harlow, one registered canal bond of July 1, 
1839, No. 1253, $500. Three registered canal bonds of 
July 1, 1847, Nos 250, 418, 469, $1,500, interest $21 67. 

From .J. Y. Scannnon, four registered canal bonds of .Inly 
1, 1837. Nos. 286, 713, 714, 901, 12,000. Three register- 
ed canal bonds of July 1, 1839, Nos. 1025, 1087, 1095, 
$1,500. Four war bonds of $100 each, Nos. 634, 635, 
636, 637, $400, interest $44 85 

From J. Y. Scammon, three registered canal bonds of July 
1, 1837, Noi?. 32, 34, 35, $1,500. One registered canal 
bond of July 1, 1839, No. 1278, $500, interest $23 33. 
Two £300 canal bonds, London, Nos. 534, 535, $2,666 66, 
interest $33 34, exchange $270 

From E. F. Leonard, balance new internal improvement 
refunded book, page 18, (Abner Beers,) $372, interest 
$4 77 



Amount. 



$80,581 83 
480 72 



15,107 50 
5,036 67 

7,067 17 



22,213 33 
3,028 00 

2,021 67 

3,944 85 

4,993 3S 
876 77 



42 



Statement' — Continued. 



When purchased. 



1866. April 18. 
1866. May 8. 
1866. May 24. 



1866. June 13. 
1866. Sept. 6. 

1866. Sept. 6. 



1866. Sept. 7. 

1866. Sept. n. 

1866. Sept. 7. 

1866. Sept. 7. 



From whom purchased — description of stock, etc. 



From Cliarles Ridgely, attorney, balance of interest stock, 
(D. Rankin) refunded book,- page 18 ; principal $171 17, 
interest |3 08 

From J. Bunn, attorney, certificate of new internal im- 
provement stock. No. 5701 ; principal $159 12, interest 
$3 39 

From William Butler, new internal improvement stock, Nos. 
277, 516, 561; $480 00 each, $1,440 00. Nos. 5493, 
5494, $1,000 each, $2,000. Nos. 2424, 2425, 2611, 2659, 
$159 12 each, $636 45. Nos. 1162, 1163, 1164, 1165, 
1166, 1167, 1168, 1169. 1170, 1171, 1172, 1173, 1174, 
] 175, $l,i)00 each. No. 2002, $1,640, Total, $15,640 00. 
No. 5495, $1 000. New internal improvement interest 
bonds, N'os 2391, $900, and 2392, $535 50; $1,435 50. 
Nos. 781, 782, 783, 784, 785, 786, 787, 788, 789, 790, 791, 
792, 793, 794, 795, 796, 797, 798, 799, 800, $20,000. Re- 
funded stock 1862, Nos. 19, 287, 293, $3 000. Refunded 
stock, 1870, Nos. HI, 133,134,135,136,137,138, 203, 213, 
214, 218, 252, 253, 256, 257, 258, 259 282, 283, 284, 285, 
368, $22,000. Refunded stock of 1877, Nos. 23, 24, 25, 
26, $4,000. Thirtv-seven war bonds, $100 each, Nos, 326, 
728, 800, 801, 817", 818, 819, 820, 821, 822, 823,824, 825, 
826, 827, S28, 829, 830, 831, 834, 835, 836, 837, 2603, 
2604, 2605, 2606, 2607, 2608, 2610, 2611, 2612, 2613, 
2614, 2615, 2616, 2617; $3,700 00. Total, principal, 
$74,851 98 ; interest, $1,796 45 

N. H. Ridgely & Co., balance of interest bonds of 1847, re- 
funded book, page 142; principal, $378 72; interest, 
$10 28 

From Hall Wilson, interest bond of 1847, No. 823, (W. H. 
W. Cushman,) principal, $851 62, interest, $9 36 ; $860 98. 
Illinois and Michigan canal bonds of 1847, Nos. 384 and 
813, $2,000 ; interest $22 00. Thornton loan bonds, Nos. 
34 and 35, $2,000 ; interest $22 00. One £225 sterling 
canal bond, payable in London, No. 1078, $1,000 ; inte- 
rest $11 00 ; 10 per cent exchange, $101 10 

From First National Bank, Springtield, Illinois and Michigan 
canal bonds of 1837, Nos. 667, 668, 669, 670, $4,000 ; in- 
terest $44 00. Illinois and Miciiigan canal of July 1, 
1839, Nos. 1007, 1293,1294, 1295, 1296; principal, $5000, 
interest, $55 00. Of July 1, 1847, Nos. 63, 253, 777; 
$3,0i)0; interest $33 00. Illinois and Michigan canal 
bonds of 1847, July 1, registered, Nos. 556, 561, $1,000; 
interest $11 00 

From S. T. Logan, Illinois and Michigan canal bonds of Julv 
1, 1847, regi,stered, Nos 582, 611, 616, 120, 241, 242, 
255, 258, 298. 359, 419, 427 ; $6,000 ; interest $67 00. . . 

From Wm. Ross, refunded stock of 1877, Nos. 76 and 188, 
$■^,000 ; interest $22 33 

From J. H. Beveridge, interest, (Francis Wilthan) No. 2663, 
$1,577 80; interest $17 61 

From J. H. Beveridge, att'y, Illinois and Michigan canal 
bondsof July 1, 1837, Nos. 6^9, 830, 964, $3,000. Illi- 
nois and Michigan canal bonds of July 1, 1847, No. 615, 
$1,0' to. Illinois and Michigan canal bond, registered, of 
Julv 1, 1837, No. 33, $5(i0 00. Illinois and Michigan ca- 
nalbonds, rcijistered, of Julv 1, 1847, Nos 15, 260, 333, 
357, 409, 511, 524, 705, 998, 999, 1009, $5,500. New 
internal improvement stock, Nos. 239, 2143, $960. No. 
1032, $1,000 00. Total, principal, $11,960 00; interest, 
$133 55 



43 



Statement — Continued. 



When purchas'd 



1866. Sept. 



1866. Sept. 



1866. 


Sept. 


1866. 


Sept. 


1866. 

1^ 


Sept. 


1866. 


Sept. 


1866. 


Sept. 



From whom purchased — description of stock, etc. 



10 



11 



11 



11 



1866. Sept. 11 



1866. 
1866. 



Sept. 
Sept. 



1866. Sept. 27 



1866. Oct. 12 



From S. T. Logan, IlHnois and Michigan canal bonds of July 
1, 1837, Nos. 78, 79, 80, $1,500. Illinois and Michi 
gan canal bonds of July 1. 1841, registered, Nos. 27, 43, 
147, 157, 158, $2,500. Illinois and Michigan canal bonds 
of July 1, 1847, registered, Nos. 400, 487, 491, 562, 
$2,000'; interest, $68 

From J. Bunn, Illinois and Michigan canal bonds of July 1, 
1837, registered, Nos, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72,"73, 
74, 75 76, 77, 556, 557, 558, 559, 560, $9,000; interest, 
$102 

From E. F. Leonard, new internal improvement stock, Nos. 
51108, 6012, $2,884, interest $32 68. Interest bonds Nos. 
2245, 2246, $1,729 40, interest $19 59 

From F. K. Whittemore, attorney, interest bond No, 1308, 
(Rich. Suydam), $518 26, interest $6 04. Balance of 
new internal improvement stock, refunded book, page 19, 
$200, interest $2 33 

From R. E. Goodell, Illinois and Michigan canal bonds, Nos. 
857, 859, $2,000. Illinois and Michigan canal bonds reg- 
istered, Nos, 61, 62, 63, 64, 677, 578, 579, 580, $4,000, 
interest $71 

From N, D. Clapp, Illinois and Michigan canal bonds of July 
1, 1837, Nos. 561, 562, 563, 564, 565, 566, 567, 568, 569, 
570, 571, 572, 573, 574, 575 ; principal $7,500, interest 
$88 75 

From J. Bunn, attorney, interest stock, (Zenas M. Crane) 
No. 2711, $1,000. Illinois and Michigan canal bond, of 
July 1, 1839, No, 1038, $1,000, Illinois and Michigan 
canal bonds, of July 1, 1847, Nos. 347, 348, 584, 585, 
$4,000, interest $71 

From J, W, Bunn, refunded stock of 1870, No, 521, $1,000, 
interest $1 1 83 

From William Butler, war bond No, 693, $500, interest $7. . . 

From J. Bunn, attorney, new internal improvement stock. 
No. 5704, $331 50, interest $4 64 

From 0. H. Miner, auditor, registered canal bond of July 1, 
1837, No. 88, $500, Registered canal bonds of July 1, 
1847, Nos. 16, 488 523, 525, $2,000. War bond No. 590. 
$500. Thornton loan bonds Nos. 85, 115, $2,000, interest 
$72 50 

From R, E. Goodell, canal bonds of July 1, 1837, Nos. 617. 
618, 858, $1,000 each. Canal bonds of Julv 1. 1839, Nos. 
1010, 1016, 1018, 1019, 1180, 1297, 1298, of $1,000 each. 
Canal bonds of July 1, 1847, Nos. 379, 789, of $1,000 
each. One £225 sterling canal, payable in New York, 
No. 1075, of $1,000. Registered canal, of July, 1839, 
No.s, 1077, 1079, of $500 each. Registered canal, of July, 
1847, Nos 553, 560, 696, of $500 each. One war bond of 
July 1, 1861, No. 561, $100; total $15,600, interest $265 20 



Amount. 



Total $1,096,999 OS 



^6,068 00 

9,102 00 
4,665 61 

726 63 

I 

6,071 00 

1,588 75 

6.071 00 

1,011 83 
507 00 

S36 14 

5.072 50 



15,865 20 



u 



No. 7. 

Statement of State indel)tedness paid at jpar^ with Central Railroad 
Fund, in pursuance of an act ajpproved Feb. 22, 1861. ' 



When purchased. 



1864. Dec. 24. 

1865. Mar. 20. 
1865. Aug. 11. 
1865. Aug. 11. 

1865. Aug. 11. 

1*66. Aug. 18. 

1865. Sept. 15. 

1865. Nov. 29. 

1866. Sept. 10. 
1866. Jan. 11. 



1866. Jan. 15. 

1866. Mar. 29. 

1866. Mar. 29. 

1866. April 7. 

1866. April 14. 

1866. Oct. 23. 



From whom purchased — description of stock, etc. 



From 0. F. Lowe, Illinois and Micliigan canal scrip of Feb- 
ruary 1, 1842, No. 889, $1 ; Illinois and Michigan ca- 
nal "scrip of March 1, 1840, No. 2935, $100; interest 
$148 90 

From J. Bunn, internal improvement scrip, No. 1312, A, 
$100 ; interest $148 83 

From Samuel Thatcher, Illinois and Michigan canal scrip of 
February 1, 1842, No. 3, $50 ; No. 488, $5 

From Ira A. W. Buck, Illinois and Michigan canal scrip of 
March 1, 1840, No. 615, $100; interest $152 68; of 
March 1, 1842, No. 1778 C, 1778 D., 1780 B , $1 each. . . 

From J. Bunn, Illinois and Michigan canal scrip of March 1, 
1840, No. 947, $100 ; interest $152 75 

From C. M. Smith, internal improvement scrip. No. 382;. 
B., $100 ; interest $144 58. No. 2086 B., $100 ; interest 
$145 97. No. 2095 A., $100; interest $145 97. No. 
2098 A., $100 ; interest $145 97 

From E. F. Leonard, interest certificate canal stock, No. 
1179 



From Isaac Stickney, fifteen yearly coupons from £225 
sterling canal bond. No, 1047, payable in New York, 
$60 each, less $41 62, payment stamped on July coupon 
1842 

From B. C. Webster, interest certificate canal stock, No. 
1064 

From J. Bunn, Illinois and Michigan canal scrip of 1840, 
March 1, No. 3161, $100; interest, $155 18. Illinois 
and Michigan canal scrip, 1842, May 2, Nos. 724 A, and 
726 B , $2 50 ; $5. Illinois aud Michigan canal scrip 
of February 1, 1842, Nos. 103, 1019, 1027, of $1 each,. 



From First National Bank of Springfield, balance internal 
improvement scrip. No. 1335 A., $24 53; interest $108 02 

From J. Y. Scammon, Illinois and Michigan canal scrip of 
March 1. 1840, $100; interest $156 48,''No. 3128 

From J. Bunn, Illinois and Michigan canal scrip of 1840. 
March 1, No. 1018, $100 ; interest $156 48. Illinois and 
Michigan canal scrip of February 1, 1842, Nos. 100, 156, 
157, $10 each, $30; of March l,"l842, No. 1169. $1 

From Elihu Granger, canal interest certificate, No 52, $20 ; 
No. 620, $-^5. Canal scrip of March 1, 1842, Nos. 354, 
356, 549, $50 each 

John Marvin, internal improvement scrip, No. 750 B, $100 ; 
interest, $155 91 

From Frank W. Tracy, cashier, internal improvement scrip, 
issued by board of auditors, Nos. 168, 170, 171, $50 each, 
$150; interest, $225 97 

From G. W. Hardacre, internal improvement scrip, interest 
from Dec. 2, 1839, No. 3020 B., $100 ; interest $161 35.. 



45 



No. 8. 



tatement of State indebtedness j)(^'<-d on presentation with the State 
dtht fund^ January 1, 1865, and Januaiy 1, 1866. 




Jan. 1 . 



Jan. 1 , 



Jan. 1. 



Presented bv E. H. Haddock, twenty-nine war bonds of 
$1000 each, Nos. 11, 13, 163, 314, 329, 335, 336, 370, 371, 
37'2, 374, 449, 610, 626, 651, 667, 776 to 785, 875, 904, 
897. Fifteen bonds of ^500 each, Nos. 250, 319, 322, 
326, 327 to 330, 341, 342, 440, 441, 754, 755, 860. One 
liundred and tiftv-five bonds of $100 each, Nos. 588, 589, 
590, 842 to 848, 989, 1125, 1126, 1127, 1226, 1237 to 1239, 
1316 to 1322, 1325 to 1328, 1335 to 1344, 1546, 1351 to 
1354, 1472, 1474, 1475, 1526, 1530, 1535, 1720, 1721, 
1821, 1828, 1845, 1886, 18S8, 1889, 1890 to 1896, 2t)5n, 
2051, 2052, 2056, 2057, 2709, 2974 to 2976, 3491, 3730, 
3758, 3759, 3891, 3892. 3893 to 3897, 4201, 42n2, 4273 
to 4278, 4298, 4299, 4300, 4316, 4337 to 4340, 4354, 4355, 
4400, 4621 to 4625, 4833 to 4841, 4S60 to 4863, 4932, 
4934 to 4940, 4942 to 4949, 4951, 4952, 4955 to 4962, 
4973, 4974, 4975, 4976, 4978, 4979, 4980. Refunded 
stock of 1862, Nos. 35, 36, 37, 38, 62, 63, 64, 184, 11 
224, 225, 296, 307, 308, 312, 346, 403, 411. 412, 420, 429, 
685. 686, 703, 7u9, 718, 719, 820, 878, 892, $1000 each. 
Refunded stock of 1869, Nos. 49, 50, 150, $1000 each 
Refunded stock of 1870, Nos. 267, 276, 278, 450, $1000 
each. Refunded stock of 1876, Nos. 54, 57, 61, $1000 each 
Presented by N. H. Ridgelv & Co., twenty-eioht war bonds 
of $1000 each, Nos. 260," 262 to 274, 118, ll9, 361, 362, 
363, 603 to 608, 656, 677, 685, 907. Forty-one war bonds 
of $500 each, Nos 24, 45, 5 , 53, 124 to 130, 132, 135, 
393, 394 to 396, 475, 556, 610, 611, 612, 613, 625 to 630, 
758 to 763, 873, 912, 925, 926, 927, 930, Forty-fiye war 
bonds of $100 each, Nos. 290, 306, 307 to 315, 729 to 
738, 803, 8?6. 1027, 1500, 1506, 1610, 1611, 1612, 1613, 
1614, 1623 to 1626, 2429. 2443, 2591 to 2593, 3111, 4573, 
4797, 4798, 4799. Refunded stock of 1862, Nos 313, 
451, 911, 912. Refunded stock of 1869, No. 62. Refun- 
ded stock of 1870, Nos. 108, 168, 169, 170, 171. Refun 
ded stock of 1876, Nos. 30, 31, CO. Refunded stock of 
.1877, Nos. 66, 233, 234, 378, 450, 451, $1000 each .". . 
Presented bv J. Bunn, one hundred and forty-ei2;ht war 
bonds of $1000 each, Nos. 12, 16 to 22, 92, 107, flO, 160, 
161, 162, 188, 192, 199, 200, 226 to 232, 233 to 256, 259, 
261, 273, 275 to 279, 284 to 290, 351, 352 to 360, 369, 
388, 389, 390, 391, 392, 409, 422 to 424, 454 to 463, 494 
to 496, 584, 602, 624, 679, 686 to 690, 692 to 694, 701 to 
705, 732, 740, 741, 751, 813, 848, 849, 924, 925, 941, 956 
to 960, 1001 to 1011, 1013, 1014, 1015, 1019, 1022 to 
1026, 1030 to 1038, 1040 to 1048, 1050. Seyentv-six war 
bonds of 1500 each, Nos, 1, 2, 3, 73, 113 to 119, 136, 137, 
138, 145, 146, 148, 166 to 169. 187 to 191, 392, 482, 502 
542 to 550, 563, 572, 573 to 583, 592, 593, 595, 598, 600 
to 606, 608, 609, 688, 692, 725, 783, 837, 859, 918, 931, 
932 to 936, 960. Refunded stock of 1862, twenty-nine 
bonds of $1000 each, Nos. 45, 55, 57, 59, 93, 108, 116 
156, 157, 281, 282, 294, 299, 385, 386, 387, 391, 424, 585 
586, 587. 588, 643, 646, 675, 676, 684, 727, 745. Refun- 
ded stock of 1869, sixty-one bonds of $1000 each, Nos, 
13, 14, 15, 83, 84, 114 to 140, 163 to 188, 190 to 192 



$92,000 00 



72,000 00 



46 



Statement — Continued. 



When paid. 



Jan. 1. 



Jan. 1 . . 



Refunded stock of 1870, thirty-two bonds of $1000 each, 
Nos. 48, 50, 51, 52, 53, 95, 120,"l64, 165, 166, 172, 238, 239. 
241, 242, 268, 286, 288, 289, 295, 358 to 362, o65, 375, 

376 to 380 

Presented by E. F. Leonard, two war bonds of $1,000 each, 
Nos. 850,922. Five war bonds of $500 each, Nos. 144, 
594, 597, 599, 607. One war bond of $100, No. 3689. 
Refunded stock of 1869, one bond of $1,000, No. 215. 
Refunded stock of 1876, one bond of $1,000, No. 59. 
Refunded stock of 1877, two bonds of $1,000 each, Nos. 
162, 316 

Presented by A. Gridley, five war bonds of $1,000 each, 
Nos. 103, 201, 202, 220, 747. Fifteen war bonds of $100 
each, Nos. 174, 175, 3552 to 3564. Refunded stock of 
1869, three bonds of $1,000 each, Nos. 101, HI, 145. 
Refunded stock of 1870, Nos. 17, 18, 29, 30 to 38, 56, 57, 
58, 59, 105, 106, 107, 272, 268, 269, 270 

Presented bv J. Bunn, one hundred war bonds of $100 each, 
Nos. 724 to 727, 904, 905, 965 to 969, 988, 1150 toll53, 1314, 
1315,1331 to 1334, 1362, 1363, 1385, 1388, 1389, 1392,1393, 
1416, 1417, 1571, 1572 2043, 2054, 2401 to 2404, 2753, 
3247, 3334, 3335, 8336, 3339 3341, 3488. 3489. 3577, 3843, 
3898, 3899, 3900, 3903, 4041, 4042, 4047. 4049, 4050 to 
4060, 4279, 4280 4281, 4297, 4301, 4304, 4306, 4307, 
4397, 4398, 4601, 4602, 4800, 4913, 4914, 4915 to 4930. . 

Presented by John Williams, ten bonds refunded stock of 
1862, Nos.' 29, 423, 456, 458, 487, 488, 631, 642, 714, 872, 

Presented by Samuel Rogers, twenty war bonds of $100 
each, Nos. 604 to 623 

Presented bv B. Carver, two hundred and fiftv war bonds of 
$100 each, Nos. 78, 79. 86, 213 to 247, 287, 291 to 305, 
468, 472, 475, 476, 477, 479, 480, 481, 483, 545, 1056, 
1057, 1058, 1059, 1060, 1099, 1264, 1690, 1691 to 1695. 
1752 to 1759, 2255, 2467, 2468 to 2472, 2479, 2480, 2488, 
2489, 2490, 2491, 2492, 2496, 2540, 2545, 2546, 2547, 
2548, 2561, 2563, 2564, 2787, 2901 to 2928, 2933 to 2950, 
2973, 3116 to 3118, 3359, 3361, 3432 to 3446, 3615 to 3642, 
4401 to 4405, 4460 to 4500 

Presented by E. F. Leonard, one war bond of $500, No. 516. 
Two war bonds of $100 each, Nos. 3082, 3703 

Presented by J. Young Scannnon, one Illinois war bond of 
$1,000, No. 920. Twenty Illinois war bonds of $100 
each, Nos. 56, 57, 58, 60, 61, 62 63, 64, 65, 75, 82 to 84 
164, 196, 198, 450, 601, 602, 603. Two bonds of refund 
ed stock of 1870, of $1,000 each, Nos. 200, 201, 

Presented by N. II. Ridgely, one bond of refunded stock of 
1862, No. 491 

Presented by N. D. Clapp, eight war bonds of $500 each 
Nos. 554, 561, 562, 564, 565, 566, 567, 805. Refunded 
stock of 1870, one bond. No. 280, of $1,000 

Presented by Richard Cody, new internal improvement 
bond. No. 5723, $1,625. Interest bond of 1847, No. 
2505, $950 03 

Presented by Joseph Wilson, five war bonds of $100 each, 
Nos. 1 100 to 1 104 

Presented by W. A. Turnev, two bonds refunded stock of 
1870, Nos 212, 451, of $1,000 each 

Illinois liquidation bonds, by Auditor, in trust for Alton 
Bank, Nos. 221 to 232 " 

Presented by J. Bunn, one hundred and forty-nine bonds 



47 
Statem.ent — Continued. 



By whom presented. 



Amount. 



Jan. 1< 



refunded stock of 1862, Nos. 3, 4, 5, 7. 8, 9, 10, 21, 80, 
40, 53, 76, 77, 78, 79. 80, 81, 86, 107, 110 UK 112 113, 
114, 121, 122, 123, 127, 128, 155, 186, 189. 199, 219 to 
222, 242, 255, 285, 295, 3()5, 306, 314, 315, 317, 320, 321, 
323, 324, 331, 333, 338, 340, 852, 354, 360, 384, 390, 394. 
409, 410, 413, 416, 426, 442, 444, 445, 447, 459, 460, 462, 
464, 466, 470, 473, 474. 484, 489, 494, 513 to 516, 567 to 
560, 595, 596, 600 to 603, 605 to 609, 613 to 630, 637, 
638, 645, 647, 665, 667, 669, 688, 694. 695,699, 7oi>, 713 
715,725, 726, 728, 729, 730, 733, 738, 789, 864, 873 to 
877, 880, 894, 895, 917. Refunded stock of 1865, seven- 
teen bonds of $1,000 each, Nos. 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 11 to 15. 
22 to 28. Refunded stock of 1869, twenty bonds of 
11,000 each, Nos 44, 46, 78, 79, 82, 149, 159, 160, 161, 
203 to 212, 214. Refunded stock of 1870, thirtv-eisht 
bonds. Nos. 15, 114, 151, 152, 153, 17S, 184, 194, 198 
199, 204, 208, 209, 210, 211, 215, 223, 247, 266, 425, 427, 
435, 436, 487, 438, 440, 441, 442, 443, 444, 445, 446, 607, 

508, 509, 510, 439, 198. Refunded stock of 1876, eigh- 
teen bonds, Nos, 11, 12, 13, 33, 65, 66, 58, 64 to f<8, 96 
97, 98, 103, 106, 107. Refunded stock of 1877, Nos. 15 
17. 46. 49, 69, 71, 89, 130, 131, 142, 177, 231, 280, 
281, 282. 380, 381, 460. Sixty-one war bonds of $l,00(i 
each, Nos. 66 to 72, 123, 125 to 129, 140, 147 to 159, 164 
to 166, 453, 373, 503, 561 to 570, 600, 648, 649, 675, 678, 
815, 863, 864, 874, 816, 910, 911, 914, 916, 923 
1016, 1018, 63. Seventy-eight war bonds of §500 each. 
Nos. 42, 57 to 63, 69, 155 to 160, 170, 181, 192 to 
194, 307, 308, 888, 433 to 436, 442 to 468, 484, 498 

509, 522, 523, 651 to 553, 677, 684, 730, 781, 765, 792, 
857, 871, 888 to 892, 895, 899, 9-:'3. One hundred and 
twenty-nine war bonds, of $100 each, Nos. 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 
21, 31, 37, 49, 76, 113 to 132, 138 to 1*41, 163, 165 to 1(17, 
177, 178, 197, 329,331 to 385,489 to 491, 709, 833, 1145 
to 1149, 1299, 1507, 1542 to 1545, 1605, 1607, 1608, 1609, 
1658, 1976 to 1981, 1983 to 2012, 2244 to 2247, 2322 to 
2330, 2361, 2371, 2373, 2374, 2375, 2445 to 2447, 2703, 
2704, 2784, 8342, 3353, 3355 to 3358, 3587, 3588, 3934, 
4366, 4900. New internal improvement stock, two bond.s 
of §1,000 each. New internal improvement interest 
stock, No. 1410, 1691 76 New internal improvement 
bonds, in name of R. P, Townscnd, Nos. 478, 479, of 
$337 40 each. New internal improvement interest bond 
in the name of R. P. Townsend, No. 216. New internal 
improvement interest, Auditor, in trust for Alton bank, 
$1 1,322 25 

Presented by N. D. Clapp, refunded stock of 1862, seven 
bonds of $1,000 each, Nos. 16, 17, 18, 92, 283, 392, 634 
Refunded stock of 1865, bond No. 20, |1.000 Refunded 
stock of 1876, bond No. 100, $1,000. Refunded stock o 
1877, bonds Nos. 41, 67, 78, 81, 96, 103, 109, 110, 139, 
140, 141, 143 to 148, 150, 151, 153, 155, 164, 183, 184, 
199,211.213, 274, 349, 370, 388, 430, 431,469, 470 to 
475, of $1,000 each. One war bond, No. 820, of $l,o0n. 
Five war bonds of $500 each, Nos. 584. 695, 696, 698, 
699. Interest stock of 1857. No. 2764, $1,528 75. Inte- 
rest stock of 1857, No. 2753, $1,000. New internal im- 
provement interest bond. No. 444, $691 76. New inter- 
nal improvement interest bond, No. 128, $921 16. New 



48 



Statement — Continued. 



When paid. 



1866. Jan. 1. 



1866. Jan. 1. 



1866. Jan, 1. 

1866. Jan. 1. 

1866. Jan. 1. 

1866. Jan. 1. 



1866. Jan. 1 . 



By whom presented. 



. Internal improvement interest bond, No. 127, $500. New 
internal improvement interest bond, No. 126, $1,000. 
New internal improvement, seven bonds of $331 50 each, 
Nos. 981, 3334, 982, 4304, 3335, 402, 403. New internal 
improvement bond, in name of Vermilye & Co., Nos. 
2240, 1, 2, 1954, 1284, 1129, 912, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 
of $1,000 each. New internal improvement interest bonds. 
Auditor in trust for Bank of Sparta, Nos. 852, 853, $1,000 
each. No. 854, |500. No. 855, $958 80 

Presented by R. E. Goodell, thirty-nine war bonds of $1000 
each, Nos. 3, 89, 168, 169, 179, 185, 187, 257. 345, 346, 
414, 416 to 419, 415, 535, 536, 576, 577 to 579, 595 to 
599, 637 to 640, 676, 837, 847, 851, 861, 866, 867, 889. 
Twentv-four bonds of $500 each, Nos. Ill, 112, 123, 131, 
139, 140, 141, 142, 151, 152, 153, 154, 854, 508, 734, 878, 
879, 880 to 883, 896, 900, 915. One hundred and forty- 
eio-ht bonds of $100 each, Nos. 38, 39, 40, 87, 88 to 92, 
179, 180, 710, 1240 to 1243, 1425 to 1441, 1519 to 1522, 
1872 to 1875, 2040, 2042, 2150 to 21-^4, 2381 to 2400, 
3426 to 3431, 3243 to 3246, 3712 to 3717, 4375 to 4394, 
4501 to 4530, 4731 to 4735, 4737 to 4740, 4844 to 4848. . 

Presented bv N. H Ridgely & Co., refunded stock of 1869, 
bond No ' 12, $1,000. "Refunded stock of 1870, eight 
bonds of $1,000 each, Nos. 189, 386, 399 to 402, 513, 
514. Refunded stock of 1877, Nos. 3, 4, 6, 7, 8. 36, 47, 
57, 68 105, 120, 121, 122, 209, 210, 216, 522, 543 to 556. 
thirty-one bonds, $1,000 each. Fiftv-five war bonds of 
$100'each, Nos. 15, 16, 93. 94, "102," 103, 105, 319, 478, 
1247 to 1250, 2178 to 2185, 2498, 2499, 2.5uO to 2517, 
3041, 3042, 3045, 3162, 3581, 3844, 3845, 3846, 4145 to 
4150 

Presented by Marine Co., twenty war bonds of $100 each, 
Nos. 624 to 633; 4413, 4421 to"4425, 4747 to 4750 

Presented bv Wm. Shanks, one war bond of $500, No. 313. 
Eleven war bonds of $100 each, Nos. 495, 764, 881, 1035, 
1085, 2972, 4868, 4873,4874, 4876,4877 

Presented by D. L. Gold, new internal improvement stock, 
in name of Miles White, No. 740, $480 00 ; No. 741, 
$350 11 

Presented by S. Halliday, interest stock of 1857, in name of 
C. C. Robinson, bond No. 2661, $1,000 ; new internal im- 
provement, in name of S. C. Abel, No. 4528, $480 ; new 
internal improvement interest, in name of S. C. Abel, 
Nos. 177 and 178, of $1,000 each ; refunded stock of 1862, 
No. 348 ; refunded stock of 1869, Nos. 16 and 17, $1,000 
each. . . . .• 



Amount. 



Presented by W. A. Turncy, three bonds refunded stock of 
1870, Nos, 300, 301, 317 

Total 



$74,920 97 



65,800 00 



45,500 00 
2,000 00 

1,600 00 

830 11 



6,480 00 

3,000 00 

,179,364 73 



49 



No. 9. 



Statement of State indebtedness purchased at par and interest with 

State debt fund. 



When purchased. 



1865. Dec. 12. 



1866. Jaa. 2. 



1866. Jan. 17. 



From whom purchased — description of stock, etc. 



From E. F. Leonard, attorney, two registered canal bonds 
of July 1, 1837, Nos. 96 and 177, $600 each, $1200. Four 
registered canal bonds of July 1, 1839, Nos. 1117, 1122, 
1197, 1200, $2400 

From 0. H. Miner, Auditor, fifteen canal bonds of July 1, 
1837, Nos. 107, 149, 622, 662, 663, 664, 665, 666, 793, 
795, 888, 893, 899, 919, 925, $15,000. Two canal bonds 
of Julv 1, 1841, Nos. 114, 185, $2000. Eight canal bonds 
of July 1, 1847, Nos. 42, 43, 45, 583, 620, 639, 704, 726 

From E. F. Leonard, thirty-six registered canal bonds of 
July 1, 1837 $500 each, Nos. 18, 19, 28, 87, 90, 130, 188, 
189, 140, 141, 142, 194, 199, 275, 287, 288, 289, 290, 291, 
292, 601, 602, 603, 604, 605, 606, 703, 704, 705, 706, 707, 
715, 737, 812, 926, 929, $18,000. Nine registered canal 
bonds of July 1, 1839, of $500 each, Nos. 1029,1084, 1126, 
1129, 1150, 1169, 1170, 1214, 1263, $4,500. Nineteen regis- 
tered canal bonds of July 1, 1841, Nos. 20, 23, 24, 79, 153, 
161, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 171, 172, 
173, 174, $9500. One unregistered canal bond of July 1, 
1841, No. 113, $1000. Thirtv-eight registered canal bonds 
of July 1, 1847, Nos. 238, 240, 391, 421, 466, 467, 470, 
471, 482, 485, 489, 495, 497, 504. 505, 506, 507, 515, 518, 
520, 522, 540, 547, 549, 551, 552, 568, 578, 589, 592, 610, 
613, 625, 627. 630, 684, 685, 1002, $19 000. Three £225 
sterling registered canal bonds, parable in New York, 
Nos. 1035, 1045. 1050, $1500; interest on these three 
bonds from July 1, 1865, $205 58 



Total. 



Amount. 



$3600 00 



25,000 00 



53,705 58 
582,305 58 



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No. 11. 



Statement of all property assessed for taxation for the year 1864 in the 
several counties, with the average values of domestic animals, o&c, as 
returned to the Aitditor'^s office. 



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 , 

Ford 

Franklin , 

Fulton 

Gallatin , 

Greene , 

Grundy , 

Hamilton 

Hancock , 

Hardin 

Henderson.. . . 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson , 

Jersey 

JoDaviess 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 



Horses. 



No. 



Value. 



13,385 


$517, 


530 


24, 


1123 


62, 


6071 


258, 


5195 


144, 


4027 


158, 


15,063 


386, 


1952 


88, 


6329 


211, 


4152 


134, 


8267 


276, 


5684 


174, 


3842 


98, 


4389 


165, 


6905 


260, 


8331 


376, 


16,527 


602, 


4358 


153, 


4717 


184, 


11,744 


292, 


6242 


230, 


4586 


221, 


6678 


155, 


10,074 


411, 


2516 


126, 


3115 


117, 


6249 


152, 


1413 


46, 


8359 


179, 


13,540 


431, 


2496 


117, 


6558 


245, 


5646 


208, 


3161 


142, 


11,740 


419, 


849 


39, 


4917 


228, 


13,149 


411, 


7274 


277, 


3843 


178, 


3426 


105, 


5118 


188, 


5099 


208, 


7506 


156, 


2777 


145, 


9630 


157, 


7510 


237, 


7121 


191, 


16,786 


463, 


6811 


148, 



752 

499 

445 

275 

541 

659 

609 

595 

172 

950 

510 

749 

180 

848 

378 

856 

627 

890 

974 

811 

025 

826 

46 

816 

847 

066 

951 

035 

352 

077 

270 

195 

530 

482 

842 

325 

740 

359 

169 

673 

022 

565 

024 

516 

375 

117 

849 

317 

935 

006 



Average 
value. 



Neat Cattle. 



$38 68 
46 22 
55 60 
42 40 

27 63 

36 69 
25 63 
45 89 
33 22 

32 50 

33 32 

30 74 

25 65 

37 78 

44 09 

45 23 

36 46 

35 31 

28 42 
24 90 

38 45 
48 16 
23 26 
40 97 
50 49 

34 37 
24 
32 50 
50 40 

31 84 

46 96 

37 37 

36 93 
46 23 

35 76 
46 31 
46 49 
31 28 

38 24 
46 46 

30 65 

36 84 
40 99 

20 86 
52 38 
16 31 

31 60 

26 86 
28 75 

21 88 



No. 



29,490 
699 

3008 
11,927 
14,370 

9940 
36,037 

5545 
15,488 
10,876 
18,474 
15,260 
15,420 
10,300 
12,744 
18,384 
40,909 

6564 

8047 
27,993 
13,022 
11,440 
18,244 
21,145 

5452 
11,427 
16,082 

4254 

7771 
28,930 

5683 
16,622 
18,926 

7048 
33,495 

2389 
12,672 
28,871 
25,135 

7182 

8545 
13,980 

9154 
24,377 

5151 
28,965 
21,299 
14,483 
80,850 
19,709 



Value. 



$233,928 

7020 

44,491 

104,665 

83,533 

86,962 

200,601 

76,382 

111,937 

96,244 

230,445 

122,012 

76,190 

94,164 

91,148 

213,640 

386,851 

53,458 

65,855 

160,431 

138,652 

158,556 

115,182 

265,084 

42,784 

91,728 

107,883 

41,491 

85,147 

201,784 

61,600 

128,537 

160,824 

76,501 

246,637 

24,284 

139,435 

230,038 

250,078 

73,775 

66,211 

90,881 

87,783 

93,177 

56,956 

118,064 

150,966 

82,331 

241,073 

124,493 



65 

Statement — Continued. 





Horses. 


Neat Cattle. 


County. 


No. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 


No. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 


LaSalle 


12,763 
3932 
9706 
8233 
8576 
7238 

12,107 

20 , 270 
5381 
7590 
4629 
1549 

10,294 
9499 

17,576 
5390 
9546 
3336 
8396 
7288 
3967 

18,339 

11,900 
4624 
3788 

11,079 
2241 
798 
3667 
7459 
3620 
6575 


$647,687 
140,985 
269,005 
263,463 
340,658 
273,311 
382,336 
608,267 
211,939 
210,861 
194,298 
83,467 
319,406 
246,894 
553,122 
276,980 
349,552 
153,140 
194,680 
291,520 
112,423 
384,873 
387,812 
151,761 
165,509 
435,086 
115,773 
39,698 
105,163 
338,221 
109,744 
173,366 


$50 74 

35 87 

27 71 
32 00 

39 72 
37 76 
31 66 

30 10 

40 09 
29 23 

41 97 
53 08 

31 12 

25 88 

31 47 
51 39 

36 61 
45 84 
21 99 
40 00 

28 11 
28 77 

32 67 
32 84 
43 69 
39 27 
51 66 
59 75 
28 64 
45 34 
30 34 

26 36 


43,083 

7716 

23,394 

20,628 

30,707 

16,476 

24,671 

19,470 

11,522 

12,943 

12,016 

3743 

24,201 

28,561 

44,252 

10,485 

21,912 

4814 

14,908 

19,152 

9864 

31,901 

22,134 

7478 

8079 

24,763 

5160 

2652 

6827 

11,562 

8092 

18,369 


$281,869 

60,150 

146,748 

183,891 

206,941 

170,967 

185,419 

195,769 

105,230 

60,948 

130,531 

46,142 

166,302 

170,456 

453,259 

155,200 

193,118 

44,848 

73,274 

229,824 

81,557 

148,751 

149,433 

63,275 

113,669 

184,264 

74,887 

37,128 

32,177 

98,823 

56,485 

108,123 


$6 52 


Lawrence 


7 79 


Lee 


6 27 




9 06 




6 73 




10 38 




7 51 


Madison 


10 50 




9 13 




4 70 




10 86 


Massac ....'. 


12 32 


McDonouo'h 


6 87 


McITenry 


5 96 




10 24 


Menard 


14 80 




8 12 




9 31 




4 90 


Morgan 


12 00 


Moultrie 


8 26 


Ode 


4 66 




6 74 




8 43 


Piatt 

Pike 


12 83 
7 44 




14 31 


Pulaski 


14 00 




4 71 




8 54 




6 98 


Rock Island 


5 88 






Sangamon 


16,008 
S961 
3403 
8916 
6127 
8068 
9886 

12,099 
3021 

13,128 
2520 

10,383 
5435 
4602 
3377 
9663 

13,416 
3471 
9616 
9067 


582,879 
226,132 
130,432 
342,208 
165,575 
315,080 
283,615 
502,461 
137,920 
475,881 
102,973 
342,524 
228,570 
172,758 
225,426 
311,514 
397,388 
150,750 
262,764 
285,066 


36 41 

37 93 

38 03 

38 38 

27 26 

39 05 

28 68 

41 53 
45 63 
36 24 

40 86 
32 88 

42 05 
26 67 
66 77 
32 34 

29 62 
40 29 
28 36 
31 41 


32,739 
15,541 

7224 
18,441 
12,125 

9173 
24,345 
21,455 

5901 
27,425 

3847 
22,040 
12,351 
11,341 

9729 
27,397 
37,466 

7362 
23,810 
17,268 


401,301 
115,207 

69,867 
176,709 

77,899 

78,832 
156,300 
206,396 

57,663 
325,843 

34,867 
212,921 

73,702 
107,754 

87,934 
190,408 
288,590 

82,167 
138,656 
136,158 


12 23 




7 40 


Scott 


9 65 


Shelby 


9 58 


Stark 


6 33 


St. Clair 

Stephenson 


8 59 
6 42 




9 61 


Union. 


9 77 




11 88 




9 07 




9 66 


Washington 


6 12 




9 50 


White 


9 03 




6 95 


Will 


7 70 




11 16 




4 11 




7 87 








723,751 


$25,148,408 


$34 74 


1,370,783 


$13,709,418 


$10 00 



56 
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 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Henderson.. . . 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jeiferson 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess.. . . 

Johnson , 

Kane 

Eanknkee .... 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

LaSalle 

Lawrence .... 

Lee 

Livingston . . . 

Logan 

Macon 



Mules and Asses. 



No. 



1600 

63 
244 
248 

30 
408 
289 
134 

42 
437 
353 
728 
247 
284 
348 
586 
104 
180 
117 
1 

155 
190 

92 
521 
218 
233 
267 

35 
621 
290 
182 
781 
164 
214 
982 

53 
263 
271 
214 
318 
138 
1080 
463 
147 
582 
105 
162 
110 
380 

46 
306 
263 

76 
217 
608 
509 



Value. 



175,476 

2830 

21,948 

10,815 

740 

16,6V 3 

6853 

7045 

1490 

15,935 

15,635 

20,222 

6,220 

11,970 

19,526 

29,092 

3620 

5609 

5660 

3334 

7620 

10,276 

1667 

19,257 

11,772 

10,776 

6480 

1404 

43,432 

3637 

10,080 

25,500 

6875 

10,083 

44,760 

2565 

16,510 

9537 

9667 

14,522 

5081 

44,155 

15,160 

3207 

83,511 

1605 

5468 

2748 

11,338 

995 

10,942 

11,441 

2584 

8104 

31,301 

24,074 



Average 
value. 



$47 17 
44 92 
89 95 

43 60 

24 66 
40 86 
23 71 
52 57 

35 47 

36 46 

44 29 
27 78 

25 18 
42 32 

56 11 
49 64 
34 80 
81 16 

48 46 
19 72 

49 15 

54 08 
18 01 
36 96 
58 58 
46 24 

23 85 

40 11 
69 94 
12 54 

55 39 
81 37 

42 04 

46 46 

45 60 
48 39 
62 77 
88 88 
45 17 
45 66 

36 81 

41 81 

32 72 
21 81 

57 57 
15 23 

33 83 

24 98 
29 83 
21 63 
85 75 

43 57 
32 55 

37 34 
51 48 

47 67 



Sheep. 



No. 



31,018 



972 

13,850 

18,001 

9287 

13,524 

1668 

2852 

5185 

23,593 

23,671 

14,840 

14,570 

6280 

25,220 

25,115 

4901 

12,101 

13,726 

18,206 

11,118 

41,521 

34,985 

12,647 

10,547 

15,675 

1748 

11,132 

33,177 

5624 

18,407 

1991 

9691 

21,404 

2738 

4700 

21,250 

14,283 

6708 

13,319 

15,602 

5561 

8285 

6622 

39,105 

13,271 

15,944 

14,815 

57,936 

17,373 

9936 

9052 

10,158 

34,319 

15,034 



Value. 



$48,520 



1851 
81,580 
29,636 
14,137 
16,584 

8262 

6040 
10,572 
58,501 
30,834 

9640 
21,224 

9944 
54,158 
46,903 
28,558 
18,298 
26,291 
38,189 
38,550 
51,100 
90,021 
15,991 
17,884 
15,948 

8506 
22,264 
68,305 
10,525 
28,532 

4587 
19,739 
88,938 

2738 
14,115 
89; 260 
28,138 
12,692 
14,807 
31 , 204 
10,576 

8426 

7248 
89,105 
19,462 
18,716 
29,797 
64,241 
19,258 
19,532 
18,703 
18,504 
103,999 
32,859 



67 

Statement — Continued. 



County. 



Mules and Asses. 



No. 



999 
1584 
506 
102 
625 
261 
545 
91 
762 
616 
199 
294 
739 
1080 
245 
237 
165 
394 
178 
1062 
300 
158 
37 
564 
261 
191 



Value. 



$31,518 

126,089 

20,099 

2971 

34,178 

18,490 

21,412 

2388 

25,633 

84,375 

10,955 

15,657 

12,667 

49,726 

5933 

6696 

9782 

11,760 

9565 

48,278 

19,422 

12,324 

1002 

81,528 

9193 

6692 



Average 
value. 



$35 16 
73 28 
89 72 
29 12 

54 68 
70 46 

39 28 

26 24 
33 63 

55 80 
55 05 
53 25 
17 14 
46 03 
24 62 

28 25 
59 28 

29 84 
58 68 

40 75 
64 74 
78 06 

27 08 
55 90 
84 83 
35 03 



Sheep. 



No. 



35,886 

12,949 

14,102 

5355 

2797 

8791 

28,721 

49 , 642 

46,530 

17,757 

10,760 

2288 

23,691 

6310 

18,065 

5633 

8200 

9350 

11,425 

24,104 

6225 

1672 



10,408 
11,205 

4808 



Value. 



$39,609 

26,697 

14,102 

5937 

4790 

5550 

58,765 

62,969 

94,055 

53,440 

22,610 

3803 

23,694 

12,620 

28,657 

81,146 

12,634 

9692 

25,708 

35,308 

11,999 



7105 
16,916 
12,263 

4784 



Total 39, 197J $1,722,809 



1845 

304 

386 

993 

56 

1177 
106 
210 
283 
582 
107 
460 
783 
875 
814 
145 
368 
894 
120 
127 



79,319 
12,631 
15,522 
82,600 

2373 
65,446 

8502 
10,830 
15,685 
22,725 

5265 
19,146 
27,428 
17,622 
18,144 

5118 

9217 
19,598 

3844 

4638 



42 98 
41 87 

40 46 

32 82 

43 37 
55 60 

33 03 
51 57 
55 42 
39 04 
49 20 

41 62 
85 02 
46 99 
57 78 
35 29 
25 04 
49 74 
82 03 
37 31 



100,230 
10,085 

6280 
38,979 

7522 

5503 
14,241 
11,840 

7301 
54,803 

7468 
10,984 
10,017 
18,179 
12,682 

8781 
23,438 

9755 
21,640 
12,876 



$43 95 1,606,144 



221,699 
82,318 
17,077 
78,597 
14,995 
11,031 
18,245 
25,950 
10,912 

117,030 
14,781 
21,593 
19,539 
85,886 
25,149 
14,011 
81,021 
17,6.50 
83,888 
25,897 



J,876,696 



58 



Statement — Contimied. 





Hogs. 


Carriages and Wag 


ons. 


County. 


No. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 


No. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 




56,587 


$92,475 


$1 63 


5043 

377 

560 
1391 
1589 
1411 
4546 

661 
2110 
1292 
2506 
1644 
2470 
1522 
2122 
2637 
7357 
1195 
1260 
3212 
1846 
1406 
2631 
3035 

957 
1170 
1750 

470 

956 
4588 

849 
2084 
1644 

872 
4417 

232 
1587 
4033 
2101 
1119 
1138 
1634 
1772 
2771 

862 
3504 
2348 
2100 
4599 
2621 
6749 
1329 
3140 
2458 
2253 
2342 


$119 813 


$23 75 




18 
21 
40 
24 
33 
71 
16 
44 
23 
59 
31 
32 
33 
62 
79 

206 
31 
26 
48 
43 
32 
34 
89 
33 
28 
83 
8 
29 
89 
28 
54 
32 
23 
92 
5 
49 
76 
47 
33 
22 
41 
59 
33 
28 
49 
42 
30 

108 
30 

109 
82 
49 
41 
58 
57 


390 
638 
250 
750 
440 
744 
208 
250 
380 
168 
515 
990 
275 
321 
727 
264 
785 
114 
950 
380 
935 
669 
413 
308 
877 
349 
515 
932 
827 
895 
595 
697 
547 
830 
920 
470 
343 
134 
792 
330 
179 
224 
585 
210 
750 
155 
830 
114 
186 
966 
792 
844 
384 
279 
495 


48 77 


Alexander 


4836 
13,761 

5525 
16,780 
33,979 

8654 
15,581 
14,026 
17,341 
16,863 
24,930 
13,473 
15,413 
23,587 
12,731 
17,487 
11,021 
15,884 
18,197 
11,957 

8019 
25,890 

8749 
10,893 
15,621 

1782 
10,619 
58,973 
10,588 
26,983 

5627 

9306 
43,842 

4465 
24,939 
30,339 
• 12,252 
13,596 
11,346 
15,921 
13,378 
21,597 
10,313 
11,501 

8368 
10,175 
47,909 

5385 
29,414 
12,228 
14,401 
14,253 
24,103 
17,140 


7688 
18,010 

8419 
25 5fifi 


1 59 
1 30 
1 52 
1 52 
1 15 
1 70 
1 07 
1 68 
1 92 
1 00 

79 
1 06 
1 34 
1 87 
1 85 
1 19 

67 
1 29 
1 34 
1 57 
1 19 
1 79 
1 47 
1 10 
1 01 
1 44 
1 39 
1 56 
1 16 

1 33 

2 02 
1 59 
1 63 

1 00 

2 22 
1 16 
1 54 
1 27 

95 
59 
1 92 
1 06 
1 09 
1 00 
1 23 
1 52 
1 74 
1 09 
1 22 
1 09 

1 29 

2 06 
1 94 
1 44 


38 63 


Bond 


28 93 


Boone 


15 57 




23 69 




39 
14 
16 
23 
33 
16 
19 
14 
20 
44 
23 
20 

21 
24 
18 

46^ 

!? 

15 

14 
92 
12 
36 
11 
14 
73 

55 
35 
19 
17 
10 
i 
25 
22 
11 

n 

10 
15 
83 
{ 
36 
13 
18 
29 
46 
24 


243 
772 
763 
665 
351 
863 
860 
328 
695 
163 
576 
900 
r447 
629 
417 
778 
)582 
499 
970 
052 
821 
J572 
830 
360 
325 
066 
413 
862 
302 
1465 
730 
396 
070 
353 
825 
5449 
852 
893 
296 
401 
304 
506 
621 
)919 
021 
392 
652 
490 
905 
861 


15 56 


Calhoun 


24 50 


Carroll 


20 97 


Cass 


18 01 


Champaign 


23 61 




19 16 


Clark 


13 35 


Clay 


23 66 


Clinton 


29 41 




30 23 


Cook 


28 03 


Crawford 


26 59 


Cumberland 


20 72 


DeKalb 


15 23 


DeWitt 


23 49 




23 41 


Du Page 


13 17 




29 13 


Edwards 


34 80 


Effingham 


24 58 


Fayette 


19 05 




18 11 


Franklin 


31 30 


Fulton 


17 39 


Gallatin 


34 03 




26 19 


Grundy 


19 88 




27 45 


Hancock 


20 78 


Hardin 


25 51 


Henderson 


31 17 


Henry 


18 92 


Iroquois 


22 43 




30 17 


Jasper 


19 62 




25 20 


Jersey 


38 42 




12 12 


Johnson 


32 72 




14 19 


Kankakee 


17 95 




14 68 


Knox 


23 50 


Lake 


11 51 


La Salle 


16 14 




24 67 


Lee 


15 89 




16 83 


Logan 


25 86 




24 12 



69 



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. Clair.... 
Stephenson . 
Tazewell. . . . 

Union 

Vermilion. . . 
Wabash . . . . 

Warren 

Washingto n . 

Wayne 

White 

Wliiteside. . . 

Will 

Williamson. . 
Winnebago . . 
Woodford. . . 



Hosts. 



No. 



10 



15 



19 



126 

080 
788 
672 

7740 
550 
187 
261 
840 
369 

9853 
099 
766 
157 
448 
000 

8368 

7512 
790 
066 

4828 

6863 
697 

9247 
058 



Value. 



$35 
55 
18 
28 
22 
11 
64 
16 
57 
50 
74 
14 
15 
36 
11 
30 



041 
488 
917 
903 
127 
323 
478 
251 
053 
275 
865 
168 
174 
232 
348 
447 
619 

9015 
203 
586 
921 
070 
600 
755 

8766 
119 



Av. 

value. 



11 13 
1 06 
1 25 
1 90 
1 61 
1 46 
1 48 
1 14 

1 34 

2 97 
1 86 
1 43 
1 00 
1 93 



1 15 



Carriages and Wagons. 



No. 



3520 
5620 
1850 
2438 
1784 
671 
3311 
3514 
4938 
1450 
2484 
1375 
2124 
3816 
1048 
4101 
4072 
1395 
1103 
4001 
681 
408 
1117 
2488 
1367 
2274 



Value. 



$81,878 
192,896 
53,869 
50,075 
45,906 
22,591 
74,741 
46 , 060 
98,474 
44,880 
56,798 
44,698 
37,076 
122,106 
18,724 
58,691 
87,634 
36 , 308 
80,880 
97,369 
20,916 
18,360 
24,519 
79,38o 
28,218 
43,285 



417 
000 
641 
022 
841 
368 
997 
670 
105 
075 
7621 
471 
201 
119 
080 
222 
500 
950 
976 
781 



760 
931 
441 
724 
034 
31. ^ 
351 
071 
586 
205 
161 
4 70 
365 
199 
117 
099 
124 
752 
416 
129 



1 77 

1 42 

2 41 
1 76 
1 87 
1 30 
1 01 
1 81 
1 16 



1 61 
1 01 
1 14 
1 05 
1 51 
1 30 



4990 
1915 
1032 
2614 
1736 
4048 
3278 
3818 
1239 
3405 
982 
3181 
2123 
1567 
1483 
8096 
4441 
1196 
8746 
2854 



141,622 
46,858 
31,250 
66,252 
28,854 
96,436 
69,256 

107,444 
36,448 
93,742 
27,858 
81 , 522 
31,391 
84,311 
47,505 
62,525 
71,3231 
32,709 
59, 896 i 
53,926 



Total 2,044,844 $2,799,158 



36 239,956 



,428,178 $22 62 



60 

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 

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 

Macon 



Clocks and Watches. 




Pianos. 


No. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 


No. 


Value. 


3870 


111,428 


$3 00 


41 


13280 


765 


9350 


12 22 


157 


14,877 


229 


7517 


32 81 


23 


5875 


229 


2430 


10 61 


14 


1410 


1710 


3656 


2 14 


39 


2615 


1117 


4065 


3 64 


9 


1125 


8858 


8474 


2 20 


140 


5379 


453 


8016 


6 66 


3 


70 


1945 


8850 


1 97 


37 


1258 


256 


8410 


18 32 


33 


2230 


2215 


12,425 


6 61 


68 


5740 


1180 


5933 


5 25 


13 


925 


1780 


4690 


2 64 


22 


2980 


1187 


5229 


4 51 


15 


1175 


1803 


4986 


2 76 


27 


2290 


2340 


15,647 


6 68 


57 


7653 


4523 


26,662 


5 89 


602 


62,908 


857 


5142 


6 00 


6 


1180 


779 


3055 


3 92 


5 


219 


3041 


6094 


2 00 


62 


2892 


1706 


7776 


4 55 


24 


2677 


1075 


6265 


5 82 


19 


1910 


2419 


3557 


1 46 


79 


2438 


2474 


12,478 


5 04 


33 


4715 


786 


4168 


5 08 


11 


1840 


851 


2768 


3 24 


9 


590 


1054 


4764 


4 51 


12 


1065 


409 


1614 
884r 


3 94 


4 


275 


562 


6 88 


1 


125 


3649 


9891 


2 71 


66 


4915 


598 


6595 


11 02 


80 


4585 


1274 


10,010 


7 85 


82 


4105 


1396 


4341 


8 10 


65 


8210 


502 


3044 


6 06 


2 


260 


4767 


13,583 


2 84 


59 


4560 


229 


2137 


9 88 


4 


250 


1332 


6441 


4 83 


29 


4515 


8681 


9019 


2 47 


118 


7010 


1727 


7489 


4 80 


84 


2390 


886 


6198 


6 99 


12 


1067 


836 


2689 


8 21 


1 


100 


1291 


5883 


4 55 


"l 


790 


967 


6220 


6 43 


65 


5645 


1698 


§418 


2 01 


88 


2483 


779 


5207 


6 68 


2 


38 


4534 


12,585 


2 77 


268 


12,080 


1694 


3687 


2 14 


53 


8900 


1559 


2575 


1 68 


42 


1960 


3456 


13,539 


3 63 


140 


10,107 


2516 


3410 


1 85 


107 


3160 


6480 


18,327 


8 34 


246 


16,800 


1096 


4770 


4 85 


2 


600 


3099 


7326 


2 36 


115 


6273 


1681 


5281 


3 15 


17 


1045 


1705 


7525 


4 41 


28 


3145 


2186 


12,060 


5 51 


56 


5355 



61 

Statement — Continued. 



County. 



Clocks and Watches. 



No. 



2538 

4850 
1639 
2226 
1396 

793 
3188 
3568 
4055 
1083 
2212 

843 
1579 
1809 

663 
3936 
2600 
1296 

878 
3313 

695 

382 
1027 
2385 
1409 
2542 



Value. 



^1,125 

19,430 
9957 
5667 
6693 
6038 
7187 
6476 

17,516 
7195 
7535 
4995 
5367 

18,990 
2670 
7984 
7334 
7560 
5260 

13,641 
4454 
3056 
2648 

10,264 
6325 
8407 



Average 
value. 



$4 39 



79 
61 
28 
76 
31 
6 65 
3 40 



92 
39 
04 
04 
02 
82 
83 
98 
11 
6 40 
8 00 

3 68 

4 30 
3 77 
3 30 



Pianos. 



No. 



84 

183 

51 

48 

35 

17 

49 

88 

148 

7 

23 

15 

32 

362 

2 

106 

100 

23 

12 

52 

9 

5 

21 

34 

25 

96 



Value. 



19,992 
855(1 
2995 
376U 
2480 
3595 
6145 

ll,7u2 

850 

2625 

2260 

2465 

58,870 
7(1 
4081 
2850 
2200 
1705 
3635 
1535 
1250 
1259 
3605 
2(155 
7480 



Average 
value. 



4091 
1582 

904 
1949 
1440 
2399 
3997, 
3057 
1052 
2486 

713 
2641 
1186 
1034 
1157 
8070 
8530 

804 
4116 
2594 



Total $206,581 $789,466 



31,139 
7168 
4165 

10,433 
2894 
8525 
9031 

14,546 
8010 

13,023 
3397 

10,906 
3895 
4685 
6282 

10,116 
9704 
6367 

11,359 

14,622 



61 
53 
49 
35 
00 
55 
25 
72 
61 
24 
76 
12 
28 
62 

5 42 
3 29 
2 72 

6 66 
2 75 
5 63 



216 

28 

21 

24 

17 

86 

104 

95 

14 

54 

12 

89 

9 

8 

7 

104 

141 

6 

184 

37 



29,565 

2895 

2110 

2715 

1025 

6054 

6445 

6668 

1405 

7?35 

1065 

3705 

655 

845 

568 

5002 

8150 

369 

11,044 

2413 



.*3 82 



5770 $515,416 



62 



Statement — Continued. 



County. 



Adams 

City of Qiiincy 

Alexander 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign. . . . 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford 

Cumberland. . . 

DeKalb 

DeWitt 

Douglas 

DuPage 

Edgar 

Edwards 

Efi&ngham 

Fayette 

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 

Macon 

Macoupin 

Madison 





Goods 


and 
Merchandise. 


$81,043 


266 


090 


540 


216 


44 


850 


44 


115 


32 


649 


y4 


947 


30 


472 


30 


602 


43 


695 


98 


933 


47 


245 


27 


847 


68 


170 


60 


875 


202 


949 


4,454 


620 


24 


885 


21 


403 


63 


610 


43 


263 


72 


125 


29 


00;. 




103 


311 




19 


950 




31 


075 




82 


013 




22 


860 




21 


985 


140 


381 


109 


825 


89 


685 


73 


840 


16 


700 


141 


631 


16 


025 


38 


885 




109 


826 




57 


385 


55 


585 


18 


565 


37 


148 


75 


690 


92 


440 


75 


250 


113 


535 


57 


890 


28 


985 


216 


851 


23 


108 


268 


479 


24 


585 


47 


652 


39 


898 


115 


850 


128 


825 


126 


882 




500 


000 



Bankers' 

and brokers 

property. 



2200 
24,800 



1200 

4000 

11,690 



55 
606,010 



2665 



300 
27,000 



25,000 



100 



38 



2000 
10,000 



6375 



30 
62,000 



1000 



16,600 
9340 



Capital Stock 

of 
State Banks. 



$40,000 



ves-| 

selsf 263,525 



1000 



25 , 000 



43,080 



81,830 



Manufact'd 
articles. 



8078 

74,046 

16,878 

14,230 

1905 

3540 

7180 

125 

6625 

6950 

5968 

1878 

1723 

2024 

6115 

8382 

234,530 

950 

423 

2884 

3895 



3292 

12,243 

930 

3802 

3100 

235 

2838 

35,759 

7545 

6695 

2283 

2835 

18,966 



2320 

8424 

4384 

1149 

850 

4216 

5335 

6910 

1455 

22,669 

6659 

1880 

24,350 

2322 

50,050 

505 

4241 

19,785 

10,751 

12,880 

5330 

246,490 



Moneys and 
Credits. 



63 

Statement — Continued. 



County. 



Goods 


and 


Merchandise. 


$113,875 


71 


594 


84 


962 


65 


134 


122 


171 


69 


704 


253 


940 


60 


450 


101 


379 


30 


800 


66 


975 


316 


102 


13 


390 


88 


327 


578 


995 


73 


838 


40 


250 


113 


334 


51 


400 


101 


283 


11 


774 


142 


039 


56 


075 


123 


123 


657 


175 


59 


339 


45 


150 


90 


460 


15 


626 


164 


868 


136 


263 


167 


235 


63 


075 


133 


570 


26 


420 


105 


825 


64 


950 


30 


513 


75 


640 


88 


231 


111 


053 


38 


165 


154 


979 


81 


824 


114,506 


971 



Bankers' 

and brokers 

property. 



$900 
300 



3075 
3238 



1025 
65,000 



500 

170,700 

1200 



80,000 



37,550 



5000 



Capital Stock 

of 
State Banks. 



vessels $3166 



80,045 



Manufact'd 
articles. 



4010 
9712 
7383 
1652 
9577 
6974 

22,209 
7815 
5065 
1795 
1295 

32,000 

200 

6097 

35,448 
6105 
1980 

11,353 

44 

6000 

600 

22,630 
3720 

21,211 



Moneys and 
Credits. 



1102 
128 

81 

37 
203 
167 
624 
234 
226 
109 
103 
318 

55 
122 
579 

95 
103 
474 

49 

37 
161 

93 
132 



745 
373 

070 
693 
711 
409 
992 
470 
910 
743 
044 
000 
039 
240 
420 
967 
512 
603 
247 
2364 
067 
037 
777 
993 



365C 
50 



3525 



1000 



13,940 
11,525 

2000 



60 



2000 
150 



20,000 



86,610 

10,511 

4820 

6006 

488 

90,940 

16,310 

15,706 

10,415 

21,487 

6480 

6854 

16,826 

811 

6965 

7795 

33,671 

1560 

41,931 

2597 



2,358 
138 
121 
210 

331 

235 
672 
107 
494 

59 
195 
128 
100 

73 
122 
207 

3' 
236 
212 



702 
520 
809 
965 

077 
339 
967 
756 
387 
104 
947 
e'36 
969 
846 
935 
522 
944 
086 
189 



$541,171 $1,563,852 $19,620,190 



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 

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 

Logan 

Macon 



41,405 
4000 



2500 
100 
125 



13,000 
3450 
3120 



4000 
50 



2*76,661 



150 



3100 
20,100 
2300 
1000 
8000 



56,700 



3810 



4*733 



10,000 

8240 

600 

6553 



1000 
11,10 



29,130 
50,600 



1976 



100 

350 

300 

5334 



o 3 



$195,656 
124,275 
212,992 
64,310 
43,487 
81,976 
152,187 
209 , 350 
37 , 306 
46,105 
151,531 
89,732 
129,458 
83,581 
297,576 
271,759 
2,219,375 
59,381 
43,735 
59,647 
77,374 
112,915 
52,169 
218,784 
45,572 
52,083 
69,505 
19,594 
60,514 
167,364 
86,205 
138,115 
68,382 
39,878 
160,382 
28,141 
76,774 
106,870 
104,904 
86,489 
39,292 
83,201 
103,392 
67,245 
64,502 
128,567 
71,015 
49,433 
269,329 
35 , 670 
234,467 
87,298 
104,458 
147,432 
119,687 
131,230 



167,789 

7700 

2193 

14,095 

12,631 

9420 

25,751 

179,050 



915 

69,467 
19,418 
11,228 
10,873 

46,204 



3300 
12,894 
41,422 
34,634 
27,328 
10,472 
109,186 
10,955 
9572 



13,243 
2127 



3000 

4895 
38,239 

9723 

32,039 

581 

6250 
85,476 
79,741 

3555 

9735 
18,048 
16,093 

2675 



6211 
36,414 

5371 
20,755 
10,760 
18,187 

5110 

2624 
73,340 
46,237 
26,915| 



^ o o 



$1,761,663 
788,187 
1,085,794 
671,625 
440,387 
531,096 
1,107,216 
348,162 
542,389 
492,151 
1,038,8"15 
598,975 
521,331 
683,143 
930,696 
1,587,992 
11,164,082 
415,313 
366,016 
747,186 
688,143 
761,670 
555,734 
1,513,221 
457,179 
377,579 
547,169 
164,424 
521,370 
1,542,930 
733,800 
1,027,775 
617,566 
391,721 
1,468,944 
141,929 
750,675 
1,164,947 
843,603 
549,149 
374,496 
639,021 
744,785 
560,685 
518,284 
830,209 
690,034 
494,792 
1,844,424 
495,046 
1,977,187 
435,351 
746,695 
760,587 
1,254,5831 
1,009,0351 



371,306 



98,256 
403,394 
103,959 
366,822 
160,000 
167,962 
223,634 
138,026 
118,802 



e5 

Staiement — Continued. 



County. 



Ill 


3000 


rie 






3226 


a 


62 , 250 




6970 








13,2*70 




Id 




im 


465 


olnh 





U0,000 

9700 

666 



3845 

1400 

400 

3580 

12,000 

200 

550 



200 
10,75.i 



20,285 
150 



73,715 

1390 

4615 

533 

60 



6400 

13,051 

J 340 



65O0 

11,805 

14,890 

1(1(1 

1325 

310 



Total . 



)5 96 ' 



$147, 

286 

115 

90 

83 

61 

141 

84 

270 

96 

126 

118 

62 

155 

27 

132 

623 

81 

67 

192 

80 

64 

41 

143 

56 

123 



381 

97 

66 

129 

61 

248 

136 

271 

82 

192 

30 

118 

131 

44 

72 

114 

174 

71 

214 



127 

293 
086 
939 
853 
571 
776 
327 
482 
145 
299 
598 
080 
388 
700 
313 
306 
066 
964 
172 
226 
180 
050 
165 
776 
238 



954 
156 
58,0 
810 
195 
302 
033 
422 
786 
856 
890 
97ti 
862 
463 
230 
848 
37V 
719 
956 



165 8.15 



17181 
13,426 



61 
29,828 
4515 
37,174 
13,382 
138,493 
44,925 
26,959 



14,268 



2274 
34,936 
13,627 
27,000 
37,964 
3596 
6145 



6359 

6923 

11,472 

9286 



1,474,446 

5538 

974(1 

2046 

14,919 

7641 

33,225 

21,859 

6320 

117,222 

737 

25,372 



7416 

3644 

41,274 

63,808 



19,044 
43,254 



$1,257 

2,856 

788 

673 

669 

361 

1,157 

876 

2,430 



1,150 
646 
683 

1,699 
355 
990 

2,623 
529 
641 

1,712 
441 
303 
271 

1,094 
431 
703 
358 

3,510 
785 
635 

1,186 
451 

1,449 

1,083 

1,943 
542 

1,832 
328 

1,176 
745 
5.-)8 
663 
943 

1,310 
474 

1 , 206 
968 



028 
093 
979 
046 
723 
46' 
317 
146 
807 
150 
452 
080 
523 
278 
437 
436 
550 
707 
241 
293 
679 
381 
,4>70 
996 
124 
242 
655 
214 
498 
633 
433 
754 
595 
605 
27o 
391 
862 
964 
062 
158 
900 
662 
133 
372 
850 
loo 
330 



$14,078 253 $8,652,902 $102,057,865 $12,285,610 



—6 



60 
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 

Be Witt 

Douglas 

DuPage 

Edgar 

Edwards 

Effingham 

Fayette 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton 

Ifancock 

Hardin 

Henderson . . . . 

Henry 

Iroquois ...... 

Jaclison 

Jasper 

Jefterson 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess .... 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

La Salle 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Livingston .... 
Logan. 

]j ([onn n. , 



Lands. 



$3,680,082 



613,336 

1,073,956 

867,092 

796,091 

2,641,244 

43u,693 

1,157,2.50 

1,452,1 

2,462,615 

1,573,145 

873,806 

975,187 

1,588,168 

2,599,480 

27,764,001 

809,977 

846,306 

1,975,324 

1,496,087 

1,758,590 

1,489,269 

2,916,133 

589,486 

891,151 

1,031,158 

676,001 

737,781 

2,951,537 

6,77,072 

1,906,710 

1,358,761 

891,358 

2,o40,733 

347,269 

1,132,128 

3,326,402 

1,998,09.3 

1,312,309 

768,498 

847,643 

1,481,720 

1,254,084 

585,581 

2,257,576 

1,468,424 

1,113,272 

8,490,573 

1,229,801 

8,436,190 

961,097 

1,827,771 

2,230,636 

2,797,584 

2,172,703 



Town Lots. 



$257,690 
3,180,805 
1,600,900 
111,562 
131,440 
131,405 
368,627 
11,000 
149,037 
299,811 
368,806 
198,170 
102,311 
121,009 
716,233 
581,095 



69,577 

28,620 
213,094 
171,023 
172,074 
129,920 
243,904 

63,910 
116,018 
165,681 

46,210 



526,464 

206,120 
205,698 
827 , 032 

43,691 
778,948 

37,830 
106,045 
418,796 
213,343 



27,109 

79,606 

220,430 

381,892 



842,636 

372,070 

81,904 

1,064.400 
238,074 

1,578,530 
81,378 
829,694 
166,056 
320,859 
829,986 



Total value 
of real and 
personal 
property. 



$5,831,643 
3,968,992 
3,300,070 
1,857,143 
1,625,740 
1,619,006 
4,808,393 

789,855 
1,938,417 
2,254,850 
3,9^4,522 
2,370,290 
1,497,448 
1,860,814 
3,234,097 
4,908,640 
4l,0o3,430 
1,294,867 
1,240,942 
3,078,713 
2,355,253 
2,692,340 
2,509,899 
4,796,481 
1,110,575 
1,384,748 
1,745,718 

876,635 
1,259,151 
5,097,702 
1,616,992 
3,147,183 
2,469,882 
1,326,770 
5,148,464 

527,028 
2,088,124 
4,209,650 
3,101,384 
1,861,458 
1,170,103 
1,566,270 
2,446,935 
2,196,661 
1,103,865 
4,301,727 
2,530,528 
1,788,223 
6,8(12,791 
2,066,880 
7,3.')7,229 
1,627.826 
3,072.122 
8,380,913 
4,510,652 
4,180,478 



Acres in cultivation. 



Wheat. 



39,871 



1,861 



24,817 

8,720 

71,194 

7,756 



7,340 
10,307 
16,968 
15,924 
14,443 
30,396 
17,852 
22,169 
14,072 
11,954 
59,284 
16,367 



14,010 
20,291 

7 , 949 
10,984 
10,857 

2,685 

8,438 
32,116 

6,421 
22,575 

6,965 



26,9::i7 
3,686 
22,625 
60,482 
9,454 
13,673 
7,828 
9,801 
26,674 
14,736 
11,103 
31,145 
20,21 6 
17,418! 
34,677 
19,258 
61,596 
16,049 
44,713 
17,638 
15,003 
22,776, 



Corn. 



74,178 



6,393 



15,330 
18,214 
81,277 
11,046 



23,265 
63,329 
4,675 
26,482 
25,900 
38,564 
48,221 
30,224 
36,336 
25,368 
48,994 
43,442 



18,337 
66,445 
13,524 
22,025 
37,366 
12,015 
23,390 
70,900 
15,795 
34,832 
40,964 



Other pro- 
ducts. 



84,230 
7,283 
89,900 
83,652 
68,340 
15,494 
20,677 
31,460 
20,672 
32,819 
21,621 
29,903 
51,328 
42,965 

100,395 
12,932 

161,S34 
22,380 
43,166 
60,359 
57,876 
69,805j 



m 

Statement — Continued. 



County. 



Lands. 



12,66.5 
3,965 
1,2«2 
1,277 
1,508 

727 
2,437 
l,9tU 
4,106 
1,692 
1,952 
1,184 
1,380 
3,53S 

819 
2,114 
3,235 

795 
1,557 
2,160 

779 

459 

546 
2,131 

996 
1,283 

557 
5,483 
1,269 

958 
1,720 

993 
4,738 
1,897 
3,510 

8 3 
3,358 

628 
2,439 
2,219 

977 

777 
1,847 
2,971 

626 
2,066 
1 , 759 



779 
400 
145 
536 
208 
027 
449 
269 
763 
624 
007 
403 
813 
930 
826 
(J3() 
450 
276 
308 
292 
996 
922 
971 
036 
221 
934 
707 
3n8 
195 
748 
104 
225 

000 

583 
297 
291 
655 
852 
049 
870 
778 
649 
967 
360 
057 
951 
423 



Total value 
of real and 
Town Lots. I personal 
property. 



Total 



$499 

1,983 

361 

361 

259 

156 

419 

294 

881 

175 

209 

208 

217 

1,454 

28 

273 

2,915 

191 

160 

377 

88 

208 

60 



166 
952 

44 

3,312 

229 

187 

187 

60 
1,663 
593 
865 
157 
475 
107 
414 
164 

75 
147 
345 
685 

63 
813 
227 



528 

880 
814 
684 
877 
934 
219 
801) 
831 
206 
375 
665 
549 
614 
775 
878 
340 
286 
444 
077 
037 
876 
110 



681 
512 
008 
838 
408 
8U 
370 
892 
565 
336 
137 
034 
719 
266 
913 
012 
067 
072 
o79 
684 
735 
938 
175 



$4,723, 
9,056, 
2,499, 
2,412, 
2,469, 
1,245, 
4,190, 
3,507, 
7.718, 
2,870, 
3,311, 
1,939, 
2,355, 
6,870, 
1,223, 
3,443, 
9,072, 
1,516, 
2,341, 
4,249 
1 , 309 
972 
909 
3,226 
1,695 
3,184 
960 
12,730 
2,284 
1,682 
3,231 
1 , 505 
8,123 
3,747 
6,354 
1,532 
5,780 
1,065 
4,142 
3,129 
1,611 
1,588 
3,333 
5,350 
1,164 
4,461 
2,985 



Acres in cultivation. 



092 
590 
,420 
,091 
,308 
,422 
\ 323 
,495 
,257 
,980 
,834 
,148 
,498 
,351 
,413 
,838 
,523 
,269 
,656 
,662 
,712 
,179 
,567 
,082 
,559 
,762 
,370 
,832 
,101 
,193 
,652 
,87 
,100 
,725 
,897 
,716 
,862 
,082 
,229 
,04(1 
,745 
,383 
,667 
,051 
,642 
,222 
,984 



Wheat. 



199,577,508 42,956,824 356,877.837 2,243,885 3,949,28.') 1.350,434 



35,358 
40,047 
11,820 
29.2n7 
13,546 

7813 
85,656 
40,896 
44,369 
10,360 
37,662 
32,685 
22,798 
38,210 
1 3 , 500 
69,078 
25,780 
13,380 

7818 



9819 



10,289 
37 , 005 
14,866 
23,499 



33,661 
12,226 
13,968 
23,568 
2828 
79,193 
68,605 
28,453 
12,686 
17,925 
12,459 
25,601 



14,026 
15,694 
47 , 055 
29 , 20( 
9611 
42 , 34V 
27,116 



Corn. 



Other pro- 
ducts. 



52,766 
53,203 
23,155 
51,101 
52,147 
10,512 
70,884 
26,398 
126,886 
39,445 
58,212 
9916 
62,271 
80,115 
27,980 
67,845 
72,660 
21,257 
41,058 



18,141 



18,459 
24,920 
17,n71 
34,330 



105,662 
34,154 
19,875 
67,592 
54f8 
45,779 
47,059 
72,28f 
18,648 
82,373 
14,774 
95,418 



27,351 
20,845 
57,949 
68,601 
26,071 
44,241 
55,878 



68 



RECAPITULATION. 



Horses 

Neat Cattle 

Mules and Asses 

Sheep 

Hogs 

Carriages and Wagons 

Clocks and Watches . 

Pianos 

Goods and Merchandise 

Banker's and Broker's property 

Capital Stock of Banks 

Manufactured Articles .• 

Moneys and credits. . . .■ 

Bonds and Stocks ■... . 

Unenum&rated Property ...... 



Aggregate . 
Deductions 



Total of Taxable Personal Property. 

Railroad Property 

Lands 

Town Lots 



Total Value of Real and Personal Property 



Number. 



723,751 

1,370,78;^ 

39,197 

1,B()6,144 

2,044,894 

239,956 

206,581 

5 , 770 



Amount. 



$25,148,408 

13,709,418 

1,722,809 

2,876,696 

2,799,158 

5,428,178 

789,466 

515,416 

14,506,971 

1,186,166 

641,171 

1,563,852 

19,62i>,190 

865, 96u 

14,436,908 



1105,710,76 
3,652,902 



$102,057,865 

12,285,640 

199,577,508 

42,956,824 



^^356,878.837 



Average 
value. 



834 74 

10 00 

43 95 

1 79 

1 36 

22 62 

3 82 

89 32 



Number of Acres in cultivation in Wheat 

Number of Acres in cultivation in Corn 

Number of Acres in cultivation in other Field Products. 



Total number of Acres in cultivation in the year 1864. 



2,243,885 
3,949,285 
1,350,434 



7,543,604 



C9 



No. 12. 



Statement of all property assessed for taxation for the year 1865 in the 
several counties^ with the average values of domebtic animals^ dcc.^ 
and the number of acres of land in cultivation^ as returned to the 
Auditor'' s office. 



County. 



Adams 

City of Quincy 
Alexander.. . . 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau . . ... 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign. . . 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford 

Cumberland . . 

DeKalb 

De VV itt 

Douglas 

DuPage 

Edgar 

Edwards 

Effingham . . . . , 

Fayette 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene , 

Grundy 

Hamilton .... 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Henderson.. . . 

Henry 

Iroquois 

■Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Jersey 

JoDaviess. . . . , 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee .... 

Kendall 

Knox 



Horses. 



No. 



14,3110 

53tt 

9'2I 

66:U 

5.531 

4498 

16,434 
1627 
7U85 
4418 
9466 
6747 
6664 
4865 
6563 

10,421 

18,31(1 
4355 
4131 

12,fiUl 
6936 
5418 
6494 

10,442 
2523 
3624 
6969 
1796 
3592 

14,235 
2642 
7668 
6815 
3075 

13,161 

872 

5572 

14,320 
9192 
4287 
3810 
5265 
5060 
7926 
2679 

10,137 
8788 
7381 

16,889 



Value. 



1545 
24 
51 
243 
149 
173 
487 
88 
201 
154 
380 
223 
153 
230 
299 
457 
6.i3 
146 
144 
276 
243 
296 
153 
401 
138 
144 
276 
60 
237 
460 
139 
231 
242 
166 
476 
53 
291 
435 
372 
239 
122 
267 
197 
148 
133 
167 
295 
204 
601 



595 
499 
4U5 
13(1 
719 
461 
453 
935 
659 
800 
17i 
783 
734 
12(1 
255 
1(13 
293 
2H7 
233 
491 

on 

857 
093 
20(1 
858 
760 
917 
250 
389 
141 
400 
220 
481 
424 
282 
490 
070 
875 
065 
023 
648 
079 
928 
722 
665 
363 
976 
635 
685 



Average 
value. 



838 15 

46 22 
55 81 
36 66 

27 05 
38 56 
23 57 
64 04 

28 46 
35 03 
40 16 
35 17 
23 07 

47 30 
45 59 
43 86 
34 53 

33 68 

34 91 
21 94 

35 03 

54 79 
23 55 

38 42 

55 03 

39 94 

39 73 
33 54 
66 08 
32 32 

54 83 
30 15 

35 58 
64 12 

36 18 

61 34 

62 23 
30 43 

40 47 

55 75 

32 19 
50 79 
39 10 
18 64 
49 85 
16 62 

33 67 
27 72 

29 70 



Neat Cattle. 



No. 



26,146 
699 

2021 

9838 
12,065 

8437 
32,455 

5329 
16,889 

9245 
20,227 
14,384 

9418 
10,892 
11,354 
16,061 
36,032 

6357 

6850 
25,219 
13,282 
12,110 
14,739 
18,604 

4131 
10,173 
11.682 

4386 

6472 
26,787 

4942 
14,199 
24,133 

6089 
30,540 

2169 
12,205 
29,084 
28,427 

6795 

8379 
11,125 

7966 
20,352 

4153 
24,366 
22,352 
13,236 
29,449 



Valu 


e. 


$214,211 


7020 


32,312 


86 


290 


72 


067 


72 


089 


176 


553 


65 


728 


112 


099 


85 


805 


378 


079 


150 


477 


59 


434 


103 


,713 


105 


728 


257 


623 


281 


368 


49 


,728 


69 


916 


144 


290 


140 


864 


201 


766 


101 


550 


220 


073 


89 


824 


87 


319 


139 


948 


40 


878 


106 


923 


205 


860 


68 


960 


118 


730 


192 


152 


85 


764 


245 


449 


39 


477 


135 


220 


224 


154 


285 


Oil 


106 


275 


64 


328 


97 


901 


78 


728 


89 


094 


62 


102 


96 


665 


201 


860 


73 


447 


256 


390 



Average 
value. 



70 
Siaiemenf.— Continued. 



County. 



Lake 

LaSalle . . . . 
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 . . 
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 



Horses. 



No. 



6781 

24,529 
4362 

10,455 

10,207 
9817 
8953 

13,169 

12,727 
5733 
8425 
5254 
1615 

11,268 
9887 

19,730 
5565 

10,234 
3641 
9168 
7692 
4197 

13,863 

12,448 
4758 
4231 

12,030 
2372 
777 
3816 
7530 
4190 
7105 
2889 

17,028 
6728 
3574 
9828 
6577 
8589 

10,065 

12,237 
3505 

13,962 
2662 

12,207 
5492 
4935 
4463 

10,845 

14,582 
3544 
9631 

10,031 



Value. 



639 
161 
248 
334 
407 
366 
457 
644 
258 
224 
236 

97 
350 
281 
627 
324 
381 
160 
217 
307 
112 
409 
434 
141 
209 
448 
125 

48 
103 
333 
133 
170 
127 
662 
270 
131 
380 
199 
367 
266 
508 
207 
547 
112 
384 
259 
222 
251 
333 
436 
176 
252 
349 



682 
176 
057 
281 
263 
198 
569 
063 
025 
763 
082 
307 
823 
474 
075 
396 
835 
991 
647 
169 
68i) 
87(1 
893 
502 
548 
849 
836 
637 
521 
122 
594 
581 
455 
746 
770 
116 
507 
876 
386 
887 
838 
320 
859 
343 
814 
918 
736 
968 
909 
736 
765 
829 
438 
221 



793,259 28,055,559 



Neat Cattle. 



Average 
value. 



$20 74 
26 05 

36 92 
23 74 
32 47 

41 48 
40 94 
34 70 
50 60 

45 31 
26 59 
44 94 
60 56 
31 10 

28 32 

31 79 

58 17 

37 33 
44 12 

23 47 
40 00 

26 63 

29 57 
34 93 

29 74 
49 59 

37 30 
52 92 

46 20 

27 02 
44 30 

32 35 

24 28 

44 21 

38 92 

40 14 

33 71 

38 74 

30 15 

42 71 
26 59 

41 53 

59 01 

39 19 

42 00 

31 53 

47 29 

45 18 
56 34 
30 77 
29 24 
47 07 
22 21 

34 70 

$35 36 



No. 



15,829 
42,026 

7206 
23,672 
26,713 
20,275 
16,360 
21,845 
15,414 
10,877 
14,242 
10,510 

3 56 
21 , 552 
23,935 
43,715 
10,803 
21,908 

4805 
13,986 
19,225 

8720 
29,122 
20,436 

6672 

9485 
24,250 

4497 

1743 

6247 

9704 

7967 
17,023 

5554 
31,575 
13,368 

7803 
17,395 
11,917 

7616 
21,503 
18,229 

5888 
24,585 

3935 
23,358 
10,411 
10,709 

8326 
26,905 
88,547 

6424 
20,416 
16,351 



Value. 



268 

58 

128 

245 

258 

193 

217 

181 

124 

123 

106 

48 

163 

165 

486 

158 

202 

42 

74 

269 

76 

136 

161 

55 

197 

185 

57 

32 

28 

92 

59 

90 

65 

454 

106 

68 

180 

99 

75 

131 

193 

89 

841 

39 

237 

84 

112 

90 

176 

284 

81 

119 

140 



971 

577 

728 

074 

41 

608 

682 

594 

921 

720 

948 

867 

582 

44 

55o 

27 

840 

050 

757 

562 

150 

665 

640 

243 

766 

704 

880 

555 

443 

299 

623 

457 

295 

727 

218 

239 

773 

235 

071 

813 

220 

168 

978 

823 

694 

230 

326 

827 

513 

382 

666 

961 

559 

157 



1,568,280 14,285,863 



Average 
value. 



10 



71 

Statement — Continued. 




Mules and Asses. 



Sheep. 



No. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 


No. 


Value. 


Av. 

value. 


1831 


$81,019 


$44 24 


34,975 


$55,210 


$1 61 


63 
180 


2830 
14,581 


44 92 
81 02 








953 


1887 


1 98 


334 


15,365 


46 00 


16,916 


27,800 


1 63 


43 


760 


17 67 


17,703 


27 , 009 


1 52 


531 


24,933 


45 07 


14,453 


23,119 


1 59 


219 


4383 


20 01 


18,702 


22,732 


1 21 


113 


5025 


44 38 


1812 


4870 


2 68 


61 


1690 


27 70 


6486 


9488 


1 47 


457 


17,880 


39 Vi 


7060 


12,160 


1 72 


643 


39,242 


61 02 


40,950 


116,893 


2 83 


\un 


34,690 


30 51 


42,484 


52,443 


1 23 


472 


10,801 


22 88 


26,199 


28,530 


1 08 


442 


20,243 


45 79 


17,279 


26,695 


1 64 


550 


31,305 


56 90 


8749 


17,503 


2 (lO 


975 


45,178 


46 33 


29,488 


79,588 


2 69 


111 


4397 


39 91 


25,810 


40,061 


1 58 


406 


11,825 


29 12 


20,278 


22,804 


1 12 


145 


5527 


38 11 


16,306 


27,266 


1 67 


173 


3209 


18 49 


20,237 


29,953 


1 48 


235 


10,090 


42 93 


41,636 


74,240 


1 'J8 


371 


32,575 


87 80 


25,647 


68,386 


2 66 


115 


2162 


18 80 


40,021 


62,004 


1 54 


661 


21,703 


32 83 


49,932 


125,386 


2 50 


256 


14,617 


57 09 


13,129 


26,191 


1 98 


196 


6838 


34 88 


10,623 


21,306 


2 oO 


392 


17,969 


43 28 


19,672 


35,781 


1 81 


43 


1462 


34 01 


5386 


10,793 


2 02 


699 


54,781 


78 37 


•11,860 


35,589 


3 05 


263 


9384 


35 26 


40,522 


76,390 


1 88 


198 


12,715 


64 21 


6101 


12,300 


2 01 


906 


27,030 


29 83 


21,000 


32,983 


1 57 


260 


10,650 


40 96 


4600 


9148 


1 98 


1307 


13,98! 


10 69 


11,160 


22,31)8 


2 OC 


1242 


50,275 


40 48 


27,7^5 


46,78f, 


1 68 


59 


3350 


56 77 


24 4( 


4874 


2 00 


282 


16,730 


59 32 


6912 


26 , 605 


2 83 


269 


7770 


28 88 


20 , ^!02 


29,0lfi 


1 37 


437 


16,142 


36 92 


24,41( 


60,938 


2 08 


340 


20,833 


61 27 


7097 


17,866 


2 36 


159 


5030 


31 62 


14,408 


21,076 


■■ 46 


1218 


77,082 


63 28 


22,2(U5 


44,410 


2 OC 


399 


16,237 


40 69 


6595 


10,745 


1 6S 


162 


4195 


25 27 


11,012 


11,068 


1 OC 


552 


35,403 


64 18 


6507 


6507 


1 OL 


118 


1843 


15 61 


43,872 


44,231 


1 01 


185 


8608 


46 52 


22,54( 


85,038 


1 5S 


105 


2577 


24 54 


16,92( 


16,928 


1 OC 


461 


24,779 


63 75 


24,984 


49,747 


1 98 


. 66 


1081 


16 87 


66,921 


65,74(1 


1 OC 


283 


9872 


84 87 


27,28( 


31,560 


1 It 


277 


11,940 


48 10 


12,718 


15,975 


1 26 


67 


1795 


26 79 


15,588 


22 , 36.-, 


1 4£ 


288 


11,130 


88 29 


28,804 


42,818 


1 71 


928 


41,266 


44 70 


55,408 


137,926 


2 48 


716 


83,625 


46 88 


27,188 


60,899 


2 23 



72 
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. Clair 

Stephenson. . . 

Tazewell 

Union 

Vermilion . . . . 

Wabash 

Warren 

Washington . . 

W avne 

White 

Whiteside . .. 

Will 

Williamson. . . 
Winnebago. . , 
Woodford. . . , 



Mules and Asses. 



No*. 



Totals 48,058 |2, 267, 194 



1356 

152' I 
690 

■ 89 
7 00 
24i( 
653 
114 

1197 
885 
305 
457 
847 

1210 
45 
235 
.258 
435 
214 

1345 
321 
112 
37 
726 
380 
199 
404 

2282 
324 
656 

1130 
68 

1131 
102 
292 
367 
523 
121 
552 
588 
362 
418 
132 
404 
5rt8 
107 
125 



Value. 



$48,433 

197,419 

32,920 

2790 
39,821 
17,695 
25,027 

3163 
41,717 
54,155 
12,480 
22,389 
15,452 
52,u80 
10,010 

7557 
11,701 
16,044 
15,83n 
52,235 
19,333 

8095 
99 
36,339 

9718 

6138 
20,10ri 
97,586 
19,055 
16,489 
36,32(» 

23(i.j 
65,116 

328n 
13,425 
26,769 



Average 
value. 




|57 16 

129 86 

46 26 

31 34 

56 88 
73 72 
38 32 

27 74 
34 87 
61 19 
40 91 

48 96 
18 24 
42 On 
22 19 

32 16 
45 3.^ 
36 88 
73 9 
38 83 
60 22 
72 27 
26 78 
.-•'O 05 
25 57 
25 81 

49 77 
42 84 

58 81 

28 65 
32 14 

32 44 

57 47 
31 OO 
45 97 
72 91 

36 II 
48 17 

37 68 

52 09 
113 56 

59 *.>7 

33 59 

28 67 

53 12 

29 58 
37 68 



Sheep. 



No. 



48,868 
14,515 
15,679 

7675 

6343 

3565 
33, 9U 
60,914 
76,974 
2), 973 
17,Hi7 

2917 
36,953 

6821 
13,75(1 
21,069 

9229 
10,468 
19,194 
29,813 

616 
996 

4229 
11,48(1 
13,281 

6984 

8279 

123,6(13 

20,62(1 

8335 
52,576 
10,097 

4642 
16,620 
16,24" 

8268 
74,123 

9038 
18,251 
10,401 
19,426 
13,555 
16,960 
28,745 
10,18:J 
26,51 1) 
15,191 



Value. 



*47 17 2, 165,972 $3,955, 10:: 



$87,188 
28,725 
23,282 
14,69h 
7385 
6313 
77,087 
84,77H 

150,101 

62,11(1 

35,271 

568(1 

36,953 

13,642 

39,387 

21,069 

12,733 

21,097 

45,675 

43,279 

11,341) 

2(134 

8863 

21,761 

14,674 

6984 

15,98(' 

275,925 
35,670 
17,377 

105,162 
2.1,198 
11,431 
2(»,*624 
36,22(1 
16,206 

190, H48 
17,78! 
35,162 
20,552 
42,879 
26,9^7 
27,211 
33,2118 
20,539 
41,391 
31,427 



73 

Statement — Continued. 



Ho 2:8. 



County. 



No. 



43,697 



3358 
11,573 
4881 
13,580 
26,476 
7456 
15,052 
13,053 
17,013 
17,570 
17,260 
11,075 
12,479 
22,450 
11,926 
12,934 
11,330 
13,077 
18,052l 
11,919[ 
6577! 
23,650 
8169 
10,884 
13,532 
1736 
15,737 
46,622 
10,884 
21,499 
5231 
13,347 
33,153 
4671 
20,468 
25,087 
11,037 
16,115 
10,762 
18,396 
11,273 
18,421 
13,433 
10,307 
7506 
8521 
41,937 
5214 
26,243 
12,672 
12,855 
13,658 
25,3'J6 
17,388] 



Value. 



11,275 



8186 
21,180 
7866 
21,528 
33,960 
12,375 
31,729 
27,165 
57,291 
23,800 
18,873 
20,179 
24,849 
74,931 
24,141 
18,200 
13,089 
14,875 
41,445 
41,777 
10,280 
53,7461 
15,843! 
14,8361 
25,619j 

3538' 
28,897| 
92,580! 
17, 780 I 
27,6971 
13,373! 
24,787| 
70,8791 

8706! 
93,695 
36,160 
31,076 
31,855 
14,953 

9198 
21,994 
18,991 
13,699 
10,473 
12,877 
12,841 
82,877 

6319 
32,693 
15,652 
22,029 
26,417 
81,303 
49,030 



Average 
value. 



$2 08 



2 43 
1 83 
1 61 

1«5S 



Carriages and Wagons. 



1 15 

1 13 

2 29 
50 
57 
27 
92 
35 
89 
00 



3 

1 

2 

1 

1 

1 

2 

1 36 

1 98 

1 63 

1 28 

2 55 

1 80 

2 13 
1 88 
4 57 

1 43 

2 81 
1 971 
1 39 

50 
95 
00 
00 
00 
71 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

1 50 
1 94 
1 21 
1 24 
1 22 
1 71 

1 93, 
3 16 

2 88 



No. 



5398 
377 
473 
1449 
1623 
1433 
4689 
648 
2234 
1314 
2863 
1962 
2198 
16 
2237 
2918 



1196 
1276 
3375 
1971 
1622 
2794 
2996 

985 
4479 
1875 

607 
1026 
4624 

855 
19S9 
1842 
2893 
4863 

241 
1807 
4407 
2526 
133 
1313 
1689 
1875 
2636 

763 
3491 
2812 
2137 
4780 
2591 
6579 
1382 
3340 
2879 
2592 
2892 



Value. 



$135,063 
18,390 
20,196 
41,320 
25,840 
32,999 
72,558 
17,305 
45,043 
27,705 
82,073 
41,201 
40,037 
46,759 
75,943 
102,580 
248,967 
27,210 
30,358 
52,941 
50,874 
54,948 
34,391 
85,435 
38,634 
33,636 
45,009 
11,802 
36,118 
104,435 
29,395 
44,665 
38,889 
29,115 
105,748 
6622 
57,620 
86,690 
63,763 
47,096 
29,355 
49,946 
62,638 
32,279 
24,210 
50,719 
56,922 
32,153 
114,584 
28,89b 
114,817 
40,376 
49,840 
47,158 
77,554 
83,427 



Average 
value. 



$25 02 
48 77 
42 48 

28 51 
15 92 
23 02 

14 47 
26 70 
20 16 

20 32 

29 01 

21 00 

18 17 

28 12 
33 94 
35 15 

29 09 

22 75 

23 78 

15 69 
25 79 

33 26 
\-i. 30 

28 54 
38 20 

7 60 

24 00 

19 42 
35 20 
'<>2 68 

34 38 
22 45 
21 10 

32 63 

21 53 

27 47 
31 88 

19 66 

25 24 

35 33 

22 35 

29 57 

33 40 
12 24 
31 71 

14 52 

20 23 

15 06 

23 96 
11 15 
17 43 
29 21 
14 92 

16 34 
29 92 

28 86 





74 

Statement — Continued 


^ 










Hogs. 


Carriages and Wagons. 


County. 


No. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 


Xo. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 


Macoupin 


27,637 
ii4,800 
10,055 
16,427 
11,661 

W84 
35,043 
11,946 
41,969 
14,777 
31,718 

9892 
14,758 
19,221 

8536 
27,393 
26 , 643 
11,327 
10,561 
43,420 
10,736 

4007 

6042 
16,087 

9086 
17,683 
15,143 
45,468 
19,474 
12,065 
26,130 
13,722 
16,852 
25,521 
27,394 
15,370 
29,068 

6995 
34,778 
12,049 
12,017 
18,205 
21,858 
11,803 
18,950 
11,344 
21,328 


$47 193 


$1 70 
2 26 

1 63 

2 67 
1 90 
1 65 
1 95 

1 t)4 

2 14 

3 05 
2 28 
1 73 

1 00 

2 00 
1 61 
1 00 
1 80 
1 49 

3 59 
1 64 

1 58 

2 09 
1 72 
1 49 
1 14 

95 

1 62 

2 49 

1 97 

2 61 
2 12 

1 43 

2 00 
1 06 

1 86 

2 18 

3 09 
3 14 
2 05 

1 19 

2 01 
1 63 
1 74 
1 66 
1 41 

1 82 

2 31 


3491 
51U9 
;i065 
2622 
1889 

687 
3574 
8489 
5625 
1551 
2420 
1659 
2223 
3907 
1169 
4420 
4226 

494 
1277 
4247 

697 

371 
1130 
2513 
1558 
2375 

875 
4257 
2084 
liilO 
2854 
2105 
3863 
3713 
3920 
1383 
3587 
1035 
3368 
21 lu 
1360 
1515 
3417 
6047 
1178 
3730 
2969 

257,471 


$109 756 


$31 38 


Madison 


56 
16 
42 
22 
14 
68 
19 
90 
45 
72 
17 
14 
38 
13 
27 
48 
16 
37 
66 
16 
f 
10 
22 
10 
16 
24 
112 
38 
31 
56 
19 
33 
27 
61 
33 
89 
21 
71 
14 
24 
30 
36 
19 
26 
20 
50 


101 
431 
■lU 
278 
526 
652 
607 
187 
200 
555 
113 
857 
442 
750 
393 
149 
889 
993 
979 
908 
3399 
616 
579 
448 
836 
653 
524 
674 
523 
624 
728 
843 
113 
215 
617 
998 
961 
319 
355 
216 
974 
102 
609 
726 
748 
600 


186 
67 
50 
53 
25 
82 
66 

122 
52 
59 
4o 
38 

128 
17 
70 

103 
38 
37 

100 
20 
16 
22 
80 
36 
37 
24 

140 
56 
29 
81 
30 

114 
65 

101 
52 

105 
31 
87 
60 
42 
51 
69 
83 
35 
38 
76 


038 
281 
973 
469 
863 
197 
626 
125 
380 
401 
130 
826 
831 
140 
918 
967 
118 
4H3 
413 
778 
450 
312 
U78 
976 
907 
529 
227 
085 
949 
891 
8U2 
527 
429 
466 
413 
893 
379 
636 
688 
360 
314 
311 
985 
105 
914 
702 


34 45 


Marion 


32 68 


Marshall 


19 09 


Mason 


28 29 


Massac 


37 64 


McDonough 


22 99 


McHenry 


16 23 


McLean 


21 71 


Menard 


33 77 


Mercer 


24 64 


Monroe 


25 73 


Montgomery 


17 46 


Morgan 


32 92 


Moultrie 


14 66 


OL'le 


16 04 


Peoria 


24 36 


Perry 


77 16 


Piatt 


29 36 


Pike 


23 64 


Pope 


29 81 


Pulaski 


41 61 




19 74 


Randolph 


31 86 




23 73 


Ro ck Island 


15 96 


Saline 


28 01 


Sangamon 


3Z 94 


Schuvler 


26 91 


Scott 


29 65 


Shelby 


28 69 


Stark 


14 8'i 




29 6^ 


Stephenson 


17 62 




25 88 


Union 


9 23 




29 52 


Wabash 


30 31 


Warren 


25 72 


Washington 


28 76 




31 88 


White 


33 80 


Whiteside 


20 24 


Will 


16 64 




29 80 


Winnebao'o 


15 99 


Woodford 


25 83 








1.743,005 


$3,359 


621 


$1 92 


$6,120 


293 


$23 77 



7«' 
Statement — Continued. 



County. 


Clock 


s and Wa 


tclies. 


No. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 


A.dams 


4258 

765 

437 

242 

1841 

1178 

3812 

740 

2220 

300 

2456 

1326 

1898 

1350 

1841 

2818 

5432 

943 

927 

328) 

1987 

1252 

2735 

2452 

798 

863 

1614 

532 

614 

3698 

172 

1144 

1541 

549 

4447 

183 

1253 

3919 

2265 

1051 

900 

1308 

1221 

1839 

625 

5285 

1955 

1686 

3877 

1928 

5618 

1125 

3438 

2390 

2028 

2624 


.$12,906 
9350 

12,074 
2460 
3932 
4557 
8139 
328S 
8678 
3210 

17,693 
6811 
6436 
7153 
5511 

23,468 

71,450 
4729 
4608 
5302 
9927 
9025 
3970 

12,085 
4765 
2972 
5976 
2072 
4164 

12,628 
4600 
9375 
5143 
3162 

14,979 
2556 
6004 
9899 
9262 
8168 
2988 
6604 
7252 
3118 
3932 

13,727 
8054 
2801 

15,832 
3658 

17,426 
5267 
6810 
7105 
9973 

16,916 


$3 03 

12 22 
27 62 
10 19 

2 13 

3 86 

2 13 

4 43 

1 65 
10 70 

7 16 

5 13 

3 38 
5 29 

2 99 

8 32 

13 15 
5 01 

4 97 
1 61 
4 11 

7 20 

1 45 

4 88 

5 97 

8 44 

3 70 
3 89 

6 29 
3 41 

26 74 
8 19 
3 33 
5 75 

3 37 
13 95 

4 79 

2 52 

4 11 

7 77 

3 32 

5 04 

5 93 

1 68 

6 29 

2 89 

4 11 
1 66 
4 09 
1 87 

3 11 
6 00 

1 98 

2 97 

4 91 
6 47 






Bond 




Srown 


Bureau 


jalhoun 


JarroU 


jass 








:iav 




Holes 


[Jock 


Crawford 


]lumberland 


DeKalb 


)eVVitt 


^ou^jlas 




^dear 




5ffinffhara 




^ord 




^'ulton 




jrreene 




Hamilton 




iardin 




lenrv 




fackson 




(efierson 




Fo Daviess 




vane 




vendall 










-iivingston 




Slacon 



Pianos. 



No. 



64 

157 

33 

17 

41 

15 

162 

3 

47 

41 

80 

16 

23 

30 

37 

72 

1017 

9 

5 

87 

29 

23 

119 

36 

9 

14 

13 

8 

1 

70 

30 

42 

62 

4 

78 

7 

30 

132 

44 

7 

1 

8 

71 

84 

300 
66 
54 

185 
75 

272 
5 

121 
88 
43 
90 



Value. 



$4435 

14,877 

6800 

1450 

2860 

1810 

6443 

95 

1869 

3160 

7660 

1150 

1867 

2925 

3.395 

1 1 , 880 

88,825 

1850 

260 
4238 
3800 
4115 
3827 
4655 
1180 

835 
2275 

560 
50 
4762 
4975 
6720 
3825 

800 
8515 

955 
5150 
7628 
4045 
1200 

150 
120.3 
6596 
2377 

14,561 
5550 
2381 

13,118 
3260 

16,412 
1200 
5441 
2402 
4926 

12,230 



76 
Statement — Continued. 





Clocks and Watches. 


Pianos. 


County. 


No. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 


No. 


"V"alue. 


Average 
value. 




2825 
5615 
1827 
2610 
1611 

522 
3/79 
8618 
5699 
1227 
2119 
1135 
1450 
2050 

594 
4029 
3140 
1295 

879 
3521 

744 

223 
1098 
2101 
1584 
2690 

644 
4068 
1663 

888 
2127 
1441 
2219 
3966 
2649 
1382 
2894 

804 
2807 
1349 
li'9( 
1058 
3431 
4102 

847 
397.T 
2765 


$13,279 

29,710 

"13,080 

6892 

8021 

5366 

11,036 
7025 
26,854 
7840 
7470 
5154 
5102 

36,210 
3660 
8988 

12,190 
5286 
5915 

14,139 
3576 
4312 
2215 
9895 
5772 
9206 
4217 

33,696 
7879 
3690 

11,117 
3725 
8452 

10,478 

13,860 

12,766 

15,642 
4172 

11,281 
4663 
4750 
6097 
9600 

11,112 
5458 
9611 
9350 


$4 70 

5 11 
7 15 

2 64 
4 97 

10 26 

3 36 
1 94 

4 78 

6 38 

3 52 

4 53 
3 11 

1 71 
6 16 

2 23 

3 88 

4 08 
6 72 
4 01 
4 80 

19 33 

2 01 
4 70 

3 64 
3 42 
6 54 

3 28 

4 73 

4 04 

5 22 

2 58 

3 80 

2 64 
5 23 
9 23 
5 40 
5 18 

4 01 

3 45 

4 35 

5 76 
2 79 
2 70 

6 44 

2 41 

3 38 


114 

280 

68 

67 

46 

14 

71 

106 

207 

11 

21 

14 

32 

377 

2 

147 

174 

25 

IS 

67 

8 

9 

28 

30 

35 

125 

1 

187 

33 

33 

26 

14 

92 

121 

117 

19 

68 

11 

61 

18 

11 

6 

101 

193 

5 

220 

65 


S9975 

37,799 

10,765 
3993 
5182 
2395 
5530 
7108 

19,912 

1875 

2355 

915 

2227 

56,500 
50 
6697 
4871 
2832 
1770 
4925 
1750 
1585 
1445 
3607 
2216 
7520 
100 

24,820 
3508 
3145 
3660 
948 
7275 
6833 
8350 
3000 
9390 
1240 
6130 
1420 
13 30 
735 
5953 

12,893 
230 

11,276 
3902 


$87 50 


Madison 


134 98 


Marion 


158 30 


Marshall 


59 59 


Mason 


112 65 


Massac 


171 07 


McDonough 


77 88 


McHeury 


67 05 




96 19 


Menard 


170 45 


Mercer 


112 14 


Monroe 


65 20 


Montgomery 


69 21 


Morgan , 


147 86 




25 00 


Ogle 


45 55 




27 99 


Perry 


113 30 




136 15 


Pike 


76 49 




218 75 


Pulaski 


176 01 




51 60 


Randolph 


120 23 




63 31 


Rock Island 


60 16 




100 00 


Sangamon 


132 72 




1U6 30 


Scott 


95 30 




140 76 


Stark 


67 71, 




75 78 


Stephenson 


56 47 




71 36 


Union 


157 89 




138 08 


W abash 


112 72 




100 49 


Washington 


78 88 




120 90 


White 


122 50 




58 94 


Will 


66 80 




46 00 


Winnebago 


51 25 




60 03 








i 

! 215,575 


*958,654 


$4 45 


7610 


J-648,056 


S72 02 



77 

Statement — Continued. 



County. 


Goods and 
Merchandise. 


Bankers' & 
Brokers' 
property. 


Capital st'k 
of banks, 
etc. 


Manufact'd 

articles. 


Moneys and 

Credits. 




Value. 


Value. 


Value. 


Value. 


Value. 


Adams 


$91,210 

266,090 

642,112 

54,700 

46,849 

61,870 

73,588 

25,150 

52,414 

46,960 

129,050 

64,120 

40,085 

95,345 

73,075 

218,588 

6,162,193 

19,795 

28,775 

59,501 

53,980 

107,689 

32,235 

187,645 

25,550 

32,842 

59,941 

26,365 

31,000 

142,481 

159,665 

116,895 

81,421 

19,950 

182,077 

23,650 

42 795 


Iiooo 

2200 




$4272 

74,045 

15,700 

11,700 

855 

4330 

3512 


|547 Psa. 


City of Quincy 




198 

83 

116 

75 

98 

l;i4 

44 

102 

90 

236 

178 

130 

167 

136 

493 

1,571 

36 

60 

102 

227 

265 

109 

417 

131 

27 

72 

84 

33 

303 

81 

285 

120 

31 

262 

lo 

125 

135 

160 

129 

60 

132 

172 

35 

45 

185 

109 

57 

518 

87 

248 

77 

105 

83 

449 


OS 5 


Alexander 




87S 


Bond 






7'>() 


Boone 






3'^1 


Brown 






•^78 


Bureau 


3100 




434 


Calhoun 




385 


Carroll 


1300 




3577 

8241 

5273 

1420 

8342 

5022 

7860 

22,895 

518,464 

• 1100 

800 

2286 

10,435 


8'''6 


Cass 




950 


Chanipaiffn 






5((7 


Christian 






505 


Clark 






604 


Clav 






7'' 5 


Clinton 






691 






Vessels. 

$474,500 


771 


Cook 


150,675 


193 


Crawford 


965 


Cumberland 


100(1 
2050 




189 


DeKalb 




947 


DeWitt 




149 








455 


DuPage 






4314 

16,428 

1280 

3234 

3211 

755 

2865 

31,056 

7590 

5400 

5330 

3< lO 

90,297 


979 








154 


Edwards 






178 








'188 


Favette 






418 




98 




113 


Franklin 


500 
3305 


375 


Fulton 


50 


15^1 


Gallatin 


615 




250 




505 


Grundv 




914 




25,000 
1350 




850 


Hancock 




041 


Hardin . . 




910 


Henderson 







1650 
S» 4467 
6018 
1160 
1256 
4540 
12,198 
4910 


010 




127,369 
76,011 
89,920 
23,585 
42,000 
74,470 
75,187 
80,390 

134,434 
94,416 
23,156 

228,382 
25,886 

240,006 
40,350 
52,566 
63,388 

234,500 


100 




500 


Iroquois 




119 








6 '''8 


Jasper 






4 64 








410 


Jersey 






015 








479 


Johnson 






735 




12,896 




27,843 
8475 
2717 

27,085 
128C, 

38,952 
1925 
7606 
7829 

21,»65 


531 


Kankakee 




609 








60 


Knox 






99q 








557 


LaSalle 


800 




564 


Lawrence 




187 


Lee 


150 

400 

5000 




9S1 






104 


Logan 




458 



78 
Statement — Continued. 



County. 



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. . . 
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 . . 



Total $17,823,146 



Goods and 
Merchandise , 



Value. 



1218 

148 

614 

176 

68 

95 

52 

177 

64 

370 

66 

109 

56 

S3 

356 

17 

73 

477 

75 

58 

124 

54 

69 

11 

160 

57 

101 

27 

777 

60 

44 

115 

14 

186 

127 

155 

108 

191 

24 

107 

78 

43 

89 

98 

131 

41 

144 

81 



107 
424 
179 
375 
534 
644 
710 
137 
277 
871 
315 
580 
437 
295 
166 
981 
023 
001 
565 
850 
563 
925 
700 
152 
048 
707 
687 
250 
565 
175 
825 
554 
787 
647 
699 
322 
390 
229 
420 
532 
951 
260 
760 
805 
924 
237 
302 
212 



Bankers' & 
Brokers' 
property. 



Value. 



$64,040 



975 



5000 



150,000 



1617 
20,000 



15 



1700 
800 



1200 



3200 
5000 
3700 



750 



$464,916 



Capital st'k 
of banks, 
etc. 



Value. 



800 
22,301 



Manufact'd 
articles. 



Value. 



$47,540 

9315 

26,040 

13,118 

10,242 

14,184 

4H10 

7604 

1850 

41,555 

8250 

5995 

9442 

3850 

21,000 



8549 

37,780 

12,091 
4260 

38,406 
2920 

21,000 
1491 

21,690 
5760 

40,604 

865 

150,348 

678U 

4175 

10,030 
734 

99,285 

15,080 

24,210 
9290 
8187 
4785 
7140 

13,826 

833 

3835 

6995 

27,311 
1490 

50,298 
5620 



Moneys and 
Credits. 



$500,906 $1,929,072 $20,335,106 



79 

Stat&tnent — Continued. 



County. 



Adams 

Citj' 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 

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 

Macon 



$535^0 
41,406 
14,920 



19,306 
5000 

26,205 
6600 

16,205 



197 
800 



85,626 
123,142 



400 
9058 
2374 

500 
3000 
1250 
2300 
4845 
5575 



48,605 



46,828 



5000 

13,185 

1710 

1500 

720 



900 
4700 



915 



4700 

8082 

66,005 



21,503 
2539 



7950 



355 

249 

73 

38 

69 

133 

34 

78 

57 

246 

99 

81 

94 

352 

382 

2,047 

65 

49 

74 

138 

232 

56 

174 

49 

fil 

79 

;!8 

68 

161 

87 

124 

86 

40 

162 

36 

93 

117 

191 

112 

46 

90 

119 

54 

54 

143 

119 

50 

321 

37 

234 

87 

115 

128 

228 

184 



615 
013 
763 
565 
701 
948 
875 
400 
722 
845 
994 
114 
186 
296 
239 
549 
154 
976 
782 
961 
643 
275 
946 
095 
7i9 
844 
618 
365 
804 
719 
020 
855 
385 
916 
514 
122 
121 
775 
347 
615 
497 
380 
775 
496 
771 
391 
505 
247 
065 
757 
224 
327 
899 
172 
855 
910 



$40,320 



924 

14,605 
15,094 
60,733 
26,650 
845 
16,096 



143,631 
27,678 
11,837 
10,570 



51,616 

80,437 

7190 

8688 

28,170 

32,045 

53,614 

8608 

55,870 

12,048 

15,206 

58,i9 

12,600 

1152 

23,516 

885 

5630 

56,158 

11,983 

31,079 

4817 

2520 

36 , 324 

107,792 

3868 

4502 

21,123 

2262 

8078 



2787 
45,657 

6296 
66,594 
12,414 
28,431 

7015 
23,544 
59,470 
89,421 
34,748 



^%% 



o 



a 



$1,984 

1,008 

1,152 
681 
4 36 
528 

1,053 
305 
656 
542 

1 , 628 
849 
563 
810 

1,133 

2,203 
12,359 
398 
428 
753 
974 

1,261 
569 

1,614 
478 
427 
764 
219 
639 

1,584 
625 

1,073 
752 
452 

1,732 
190 
897 

1,199 

1,159 
803 
397 
801 
779 
476 
400 
851 
911 
474 

2,091 
495 

1,925 
509 
764 
941 

1,869 

1,526 



745 
804 
889 
145 
685 
189 
386 
711 
203 
480 
4O0 
836 
239 
405 
384 
659 
389 
559 
307 
932 
737 
694 
143 
935 
691 
549 
498 
251 
303 
429 
210 
800 
933 
464 
940 
195 
150 
264 
795 
251 
548 
632 
294 
531 
414 
305 
263 
747 
329 
758 
653 
877 
745 
708 
107 
335 



80 
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. Clair 

Stephenson. . 
Tazewell . . . . 

Union 

Vermilion. . . 

Wabash 

Warren 

Washington . 

Wayne 

White 

Whiteside . . . 

Will 

Williamson, . 
Winnebago . . 
Woodford. . . 

Total 



$24,495 
21,895 

931 
4900 

350 
16,955 
18,722 
28,967 
68,500 

280 



3000 

250 

47,930 

468,855 

2420 



26,111 



2683 
13,535 

2200 

2392 

900 

49,475 

7867 



84,430 
7067 
3600 

42,896 
8130 



240,721 

6050 

7540 

8280 

600 

6000 

35,152 

26 , 220 



83,694 
400 



$2,043,093 



405 
153 

88 

93 

86 
157 

94 
386 
136 
154 
129 

67 
173 

25 
185 
472 

89 

84 
211 

65 
123 

42 
147 

67 
166 

55 
989 
112 

74 
208 

72 
333 
138 
286 
152 
104 

44 
140 
104 

77 

70 
127 
174 

82 
248 
166 



485 
364 
381 
630 
681 
670 
470 
208 
779 
370 
054 
423 
434 
401 
082 
260 
269 
970 
692 
764 
265 
680 
235 
981 
498 
126 
572 
375 
315 
453 
818 
401 
764 
083 
320 
524 
668 
787 
760 
690 
.396 
699 
157 
216 
189 
964 
308 



$16,643,657 



$29,197 
23,924 
659 
98,012 
20,770 
4399 
20,539 
19,154 

231,201 
57,785 
34,736 



13,404 

12,185 
37,527 
18,458 



97,925 
14,196 



7755 
10,407 
17,201 
10,622 

6690 

433,301 

10,919 



10,320 
24,194 



20,319 

47,853 

6157 



6210 
39,869 



36,595 

1361 

34,317 

37,538 

4387 



48,887 



11,599 

2,937 

1,042 

625 

796 

403 

1,419 

940 

2,802 

1,166 

1,241 

610 

648 

1,097 

61 

1,130 

2,624 

599 

718 

1,823 

413 

368 

264 

1,142 

532 

748 

387 

4,330 

921 

540 

1,556 

517 

1,727 

1,033 

1,729 

840 

2,339 

364 

1,308 

855 

691 

705 

1,034 

1,437 

537 

1,220 

1,149 



,899 
,805 
,101 
,565 
,362 
,231 
,560 
,255 
,277 
,430 
,613 
,472 
,320 
,212 
,090 
,916 
,228 
,632 
,703 
,196 
,540 
,109 
,792 
,183 
,226 
,441 
,907 
,262 
,008 
,048 
,694 
,271 
,235 
,075 
,060 
,033 
,316 
,933 
,075 
,010 
,282 
,836 
,956 
,232 
,923 
,409 
,407 



987,943 $116,302,295 



81 



Statement — Continued. 



County. 



Ldams, 

yity of Quiiicy 
Llexander. . . . 

Jond 

Joone 

Jrowii 

Jureau 

Jalhoun 

/aiToll 




591 

1,173 

863 

Buy 

2,620 

491 

1,198 

1,453 

3,U7 

1,615 

83fi 

1,098 

2,745 

2,973 

31,014 

842 

839 

2 , 007 

1,668 

2,020 

1,509 

3,241 

649 

942 

1,399 

695 

874 

3,026 

798 

1,915 

1,329 

901 

2,927 

341 

1,433 

2,375 

2,192 

1,424 

876 

900 

1,524 

1,218 

6114 

2,351 

1,498 

1,131 

3,474 

1,231 

3,512 

998 

1,950 

2,452 

3,400 

2,422 

8— 



818 
915 

465 

599 

443 

612 

725 

UOO 

618 

064 

439 

306 

212 

710 

471 

954 

592 

017 

127 

753 

374 

959 

28 

188 

892 

036 

657 

417 

661 

505 

859 

588 

469 

982 

316 

131 

993 

795 

921 

832 

813 

253 

178 

882 

963 

154 

471 

501 

752 

450 

8-16 

152 

7o3 

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$267,492 


$6,170,158 


3,293 


340 


4,302 


144 


3,258 


iU2 


5 , 002 


809 


126- 


071 


1,981 


131 


134 


540 


1,630 


935 


138 


421 


1,547 


959 


370 


957 


4,742 


555 


12 


9Vo 


810 


296 


159 


880 


2,116 


971 


292 


533 


2,298 


013 


392 


855 


6,293 


156 


219 


010 


2,683 


910 


129 


482 


1,529 


1 60 


162 


048 


2,202 


986 


343 


440 


4,222 


036 


926 


347 


6,256 


478 






45,692 
1,318 


025 
667 


77 


154 


34 


589 


1 , 302 


488 


218 


755 


3,112 


684 


2()4 


,351 


2,847 


215 


295 


090 


3,577 


537 


138 


,295 


2,555 


727 






4,980 
1,204 


117 


76 


,514 


492 


150 


.985 


1 , 520 


722 


151 


,903 


2,316 


293 


6U 


842 


985 


600 






1 513 


960 
886 


516 


256 


5 , 305 


216 


645 


1 , 640 


516 


226 


670 


3,235 


250 


343 


232 


2 , 604 


504 


46 


875 


1 , 400 


927 


798 


535 


6,594 


209 


38 


485 


570 


662 


90 


368 


2,536 


570 


475 


368 


4,350 


413 


231 


516 


3,631 


166 


258 


507 


2,486 


553 


25 


951 


1,300 


420 


82 


396 


1,784 


597 


250 


778 


2,554 


885 


332 


962 


2,027 


746 






1 004 


692 


900 


463 


4,462 


477 


299 


174 


2 , 709 


4(i0 


86 


146 


1,788 


051 


1,132 


520 


7,285 


728 


226 


992 


2 , 062 


958 


1,218 


385 


7,014 


689 


88 


272 


1,746 


599 


358 


791 


3,256 


273 


207 


603 


3,839 


408 


526 


719 


5,968 


395 


985 


881 


5,053 


401 



Wheat 


1— > 

3 


> 


1 

a 


a 

■ ci 
to 


C 

e- o 
£5 


35,836 


70,716 


27,941 


938 


4327 


38 


8271 


30,052 


6362 


18,514 


16,430 


26,796 


9119 


13,251 


52(j5 


61,602 


95,745 


39,860 


7130 


11,754 


1710 


31,933 


36,388 


22,210 


770O 


30,555 


7475 


13,656 


69,487 


19,401 


19,315 


50,635 


11,606 


17,225 


31,752 


6566 


13,808 


28,033 


6114 


40,578 


36,687 


22,950 


20,540 


49,360 


11,286 


19,391 


31,611 


61,712 


14,269 


25,890 


5048 


7096 


16,191 


4107 


63,197 


49,011 


35,471 


9656 


28,217 


61fi0 


7763 


24,801 


3024 


10,125 


17,699 


28,999 


21,258 


52,120 


9428 


7630 


12,664 


9817 


8740 


15,067 


3518 


1317 


2053 


603 


1566 


11,724 


8529 


7839 


20,953 


3389 


■ 31,243 


72,8.14 


14,631 


5375 


15,695 


65 


25,119 


43,, 9 19 


7827 


8168 


41,546 


12,634 


24,354 


86,065 


30,434 


31,139 


8224 


1059 


17,965 


44,345 


17,560 


49,268 


83,441 


33,739 


9337 


51,020 


17,355 


11,990 


17,273 


4173 


7706 


21,581 


2995 


8390 


26,8i'8 


4468 


29,8u2 


20,785 


4771 


9713 


38,014 


34,393 


7001 


14,280 


1034 


23,007 


28,621 


31,061 


18,916 


48,410 


22,412 


13,920 


47,444 


17,698 


28,328 


109,264 


34,08a 


13,971 


11,825 


1:8,604 


50.7S4 


60,288 


51,601 


16,858 


21,423 


3761 


S8,096 


40,629 


22,731 


16,858 


' 52,5,28 


16,658 


' 18,752 


63,l^J2 


10,109 


1§,292 


59,4;il 


16,092 



82 



Statement — Contimied. 



County. 



Macoupin. . . 

Madison 

Marion 

Marshall 

Mason 

Massac 

McDonough. 
McHenry. . . . 

McLean 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery , 

Morgan 

Moultrie. . . . 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Perry 

Piatt , 

Pike 

Pope 

Putnam 

Pulaski 

Eandolph . . . 
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 . . 



$3,320 
4,137 
1 , 360 
1,303 
1 , 670 

762 
2,514 
1,954 
4,330 
2,064 
1,949 
1,512 
1,437 
3,578 

849 
2,157 
3,256 

831 
1,668 
2,244 

761 

536 

785 
1,758 
1,186 
1,362 

618 
5,685 
1 , 205 

981 
1,777 
1,086 
4,952 
1,872 
3,454 
1,109 
4,035 

690 
2,516 
2,221 
1,033 

824 
1,880 
3,092 

842 
2,078 
1,840 



809 
910 
080 
108 
956 
343 
854 
451 
148 
219 
133 
007 
172 
775 
293 
132 
681 
794 
108 
931 
063 
187 
887 
212 
615 
004 
349 
192 
698 
989 
746 
347 
619 
617 
635 
916 
702 
908 
524 
826 
756 
294 
329 
807 
197 
459 
6U2 



1674 

1,968 
494 
358 
301 
256 
523 
291 
941 
188 
208 
219 
261 

1,610 

25 

272 

2,987 
244 
189 
386 
100 
59 
254 
500 
205 
666 
65 

4,413 

171 

203 

233 

64 

1,797 
607 
859 
226 
510 
114 
480 
207 
66 
173 
403 
710 
83 
806 
248 



118 
855 
871 
834 
960 
471 
888 
254 
623 
145 
330 
260 
330 
821 
380 
844 
129 
285 
245 
165 
006 
967 
164 
320 
834 
331 
256 
015 
141 
550 
998 
310 
608 
305 
647 
597 
415 
183 
900 
425 
911 
085 
968 
619 
935 
875 
5l!i 



315 

384 
016 
387 
700 
412 
641 
592 
443 
418 
399 
341 
517 
264 
256 
622 
273 
675 
662 
468 
274 
892 
4(18 
400 
976 
079 
061 
890 
297 
725 
709 
667 
761 
674 
083 
176 
918 
170 
434 
284 
791 
703 
598 
647 
464 
431 
272 



232 
664 
524 
520 
587 
045 
439 
580 
165 
794 
076 
739 
697 
337 
136 
340 
992 
711 
625 
634 
609 
362 
160 
716 
446 
483 
512 
658 
847 
597 
407 
928 
922 
720 
115 
546 
899 
024 
236 
261 
949 
215 
614 
505 
055 
966 
819 



26,370 
39,089 
11,360 
24,186 

8701 

7006 
31,397 
37,097 
35,265 

7120 
31,500 
35,685 
20,478 
22 , 000 

7660 
58,264 
22,538 
11,151 

6094 



9027 
6308 



14,677 
19,923 

6U14 
27,7(18 
14.190 
11,060 
25,519 
16,643 
70,448 
46,821 
28,754 
15,371 
19,939 

9715 
21,850 



12,933 



39,211 
25,608 
10,775 
29,248 
25,171 



Total .$213,992,980 $48, 121 ,328!|S92,327,906 1,978,588 3,970,218 1,535,231 



48,938 
48,764 
27,955 
46,938 
45,449 
10,685 
67,710 
27,657 
125,865 
42,365 
56,646 
10,920 
60,205 
92,000 
12,626 
67,835 
68,588 
18,183 
32,673 



17,265 
16,904 



18,141 
31,361 
17,934 
113,519 
32,975 
19,360 
58,140 
43,942 
42,519 
45,962 
77,872 
22,807 
71,783 
12,201 
82,115 



29,298 



60,170 
62,9(i4 
24,952 
56,095 
59.359 



83 



RECAPITULATIOX. 



Horses 

Keat Cattle 

Mules and Asses 

Sheep 

Hogs 

Carriages and Wagons 

Clocks and Watches 

Pianos , . 

Goods and Merchandise 

Bankers' and Brokers' Property. 

Capital Stock of Banks 

Manufactured Articles 

Moneys and Credits 

Bonds and Stocks 

Unenume rated Property 



Aggregate . 
Deductions. 



Number. 



793,259 

1,568,280 

48,058 

2,165,972 

1,743,005 

257,471 

215,575 

7,610 



Total Value of Taxable Personal Property. 

Railroad Property 

Lands 

Town Lots 



Total Value of Real and Personal Property. 



Number of Acres in cultivation in Wheat 

Number of Acres in cultivation in Corn 

Number of Acres in cultivation in other Field Products. 



Amount. 



$28,055, 

14,285, 

2,267^ 

8,955, 

3,359, 

6,120, 

958, 

548, 

17,823, 

464, 

500, 

1,929, 

20,335. 

2,043, 

16,643. 



559 
863 
194 
102 
621 
293 
654 
056 
146 
916 
906 
072 
106 
098 
657 



Average 
value. 



119,290,238 
2,987,945 

116,802,295 
13,911,303 

213,992,980 
48,121,328 

1392,327,906 



Total 7 , 484 , 042 



$35 36 
9 10 

47 17 
1 82 
1 92 

23 77 
4 50 



72 01 



1,978,588 
3,970,218 
1,585,236 



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Siaiement of the aggregate amount of State taxes charged, the amount 
of abatements, cotimiissions, etc., deducted, the net arnouitt collected , the 
amount ijaid over by collectors, and the amount remaining uiqMidin 
each county for the year 186i. 



Counties. 



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 



Amount 


charged. 


$43,777 59 


29 


8(i9 43 


24 


901 58 


13 


959 81 


12 


253 7t» 


11 


568 27 


36 


044 94 


6 


290 48 


14 


564 97 


17 


054 11 


30 


270 64 


17 


777 17 


11 


408 06 


14 


003 IS 


22 


645 69 


37 


312 45 


313 


196 97 


9 


911 14 


10 


283 31 


23 


090 34 


17 


983 75 


20 


345 79 


18 


824 07 


36 


743 26 


8 


329 31 


12 


022 87 


18 


608 51 


6 


726 22 


9 


449 31 


38 


904 5 1 


10 


221 56 


23 


615 87 


18 


580 25 


9 


963 07 


38 


774 71 


3 


952 70 


16 


680 96 


31 


572 37 


25 


113 26 


15 


462 97 


9 


124 46 


11 


747 02 


18 


469 14 


16 


879 98 


8 


278 98 


32 


292 04 


18 


954 66 


13 


5-;6 90 


51 


027 17 


15 


543 48 



Am't abated, 


commissions, 


etc. 


$2,208 38 


1,435 34 


1,766 29 


785 69 


77^ 43 


840 01 


2,190 31 


847 49 


853 84 


763 17 


1,948 41 


646 00 


750 25 


839 54 


4,682 91 


2,655 72 


19,619 65 


785 90 


1,001 54 


1,282 74 


1,339 72 


1,;89 10 


992 08 


3,413 21 


384 38 


2,344 40 


7,121 25 


447 45 


634 25 


2,463 90 


1,114 97 


965 24 


1,053 40 


588 86 


2,094 99 


269 45 


1,663 81 


1,543 60 


1,920 83 


2,510 37 


1,075 91 


654 85 


1,166 11 


1,357 99 


589 01 


l,fi30 85 


1,063 75 


961 16 


2,439 82 


866 70 



Net amount. 


$41,569 21 


28 


374 09 


23 


135 29 


13 


174 12 


11 


481 27 


10 


728 26 


33 


854 63 


5 


442 99 


13 


711 13 


IG 


290 94 


28 


322 23 


17 


131 17 


10 


657 81 


13 


163 64 


17 


9G2 7« 


34 


656 73 


293 


677 32 


9 


125 24 


9 


281 77 


21 


8o7 60 


16 


644 03 


18 


956 69 


17 


831 99 


33 


330 05 


7 


944 93 


9 


678 47 


11 


487 26 


6 


278 77 


8 


,816 06 


36 


,440 61 


9 


,106 59 


22 


,650 63 


17 


,526 85 


9 


374 21 


36 


679 72 


3 


683 25 


15 


017 16 


30 


028 77 


23 


192 43 


12 


952 60 


8 


048 55 


11 


092 17 


17 


303 03 


15 


521 99 


7 


689 97 


30 


661 19 


17 


890 91 


12 


605 74 


48 


587 35 


14 


676 78j 



Amoui 


it paid. 


Amount un- 
paid 


$41 569 21 




28 
23 
13 
11 
10 
33 

5 
13 
16 
28 
17 
10 
13 
17 
34 
293 

9 

9 
21 
16 
18 
17 
33 

7 

9 
11 

6 

8 
36 

9 
22 
17 

9 
36 

3 
15 
30 
23 
12 

8 
11 
17 
15 

7 
30 
17 
12 
48, 


374 09 




135 29 
174 12 
481 27 
728 26 
854 63 
442 99 
711 13 
290 94 
322 23 
131 17 
6.i7 81 
163 64 
962 78 
656 73 
677 32 
125 24 
281 77 
8i)7 60 
644 03 
956 69 






















831 99 
330 05 
944 93 

678 47 
,487 26 
,278 77 
,815 06 
,440 61 
,106 59 
,650 63 
,526 85 

374 21 

679 72 
683 25 
017 16 
028 77 
192 43 
952 60 
048 55 
092 17 
303 03 
521 99 
689 97 
661 19 
890 91 
605 74 
587 35 















































14 



676 48 



89 

Statement — Continued. 



Counties. 



LaSalle 

Lawrence . . • 

Lee 

Livingston . . . 

Logan 

Macon 

Macoupin . . . 
"Madison 

Marion 

Marshall 

Mason 

Massac 

McDonougla . . 

Mcllenry . . . . 

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 

LTnion 

Vermilion . . . , 

Wabash 

Warren 

Washingtoa . . 

Wayne 

White 

Whiteside . . . . 

Will 

Williamson . . . 
Winnebago . . . 
Woodford . . . . 



Amount 
charged. 



$55 
12 
22 
25 
34 
31 
37 
69 
19 
18 
20 
10 
33 
26 
58 
21 
24 
15 
17 
61 
9 
2.1 
68 
12 
17 
31 
10 



30 
12 
23, 
7, 
95, 

12, 
26, 
11, 
62, 

28, 
48, 

11, 
43, 
8, 
31, 
25, 
12, 
11, 
25, 
40, 

9, 
S3, 

22, 



,359 36 

,822 19 

,965 57 

,370 61 

,U81 96 

,395 90 

,703 90 

,898 60 

,086 49 

,137 93 

,187 8^ 

,084 8(t 

,065 97 

,271 81 

,131 50 

,576 70 

,924 78 

,798 48 

,705 26 

,965 54 

,627 14 

,943 05 

,102 97 

,404 09 

,867 53 

,895 53 

,010 12 

,959 73 

,821 74 

,027 17 

,716 68 

,997 16| 

,253 61 

,879 96 

,211 36 

639 44 

846 45 

288 44 

650 43 

127 58 

086 12 

714 74 

591 13 

001 62 

136 17 

869 43 

132 09 

943 SO 

701 45 

124 33 

932 01 

475 26 

402 33 



Am't abated, 
commissions, 
etc. 



Net amount. Amount paid. 



$3,213 18 
1,466 76 
1,276 57 
1,183 47 
1,606 60 
1,666 91 
4,481 57 
19,790 80 
1,594 26 
985 44 
1.701 02 
1,618 70 
2,765 09 
1,366 54 
2,876 96 
879 07 
1,290 51 
2,398 12 
913 07 
2,478 57 
1,047 27 
1,423 72 
3,433 05 
1,965 48 
1,080 68 
1,672 13 
1,406 94 
1,847 49 
380 41 
9,267 54 
776 92 
1,431 72 
494 14 
5,138 62 
1,491 92 
583 07 
1,952 67 
631 48 
4,041 64 
1,683 29 
4,775 44 
729 33 
2,273 86 
418 89 
1,674 86 
3,543 86 
846 97 
623 92 
2,016 43 
2,423 22 
2,365 96 
1,940 46 
1,100 97 



$52,146 18 
11,355 44 
21,689 00 
24,187 14 
32,475 36 
29,728 99 
33,222 33 
50,107 80 
17,492 23 
17,152 49 
18,486 84 
8,466 10 
30, 300 88 
24,905 27 
55,254 54 
20,697 63 
23,634 27 
13,400 36 
16,792 19 
49,486 97 
8, 579 87 
24,519 33 
64,669 92 
10,438 61 
16,786 85 
30, 223 40 
8,603 18 
7,112 24 
6,441 33 
20,759 63 
11,939 76 
22,565 44 
6,759 47 i 
90,741 84 
15,719 44 
12,056 37 
24,893 78 
10,656 96 
58,608 79 
26,444 29 
43,310 68 
10,985 41 
41,317 27 
7,582 73 
29,461 31 
22,325 57 
11,285 12 
11,319 38 
23,685 02 
87,701 11 
7,566 05 
31,534 80 
21,301 36 



$52,146 18 
11,355 44 
21,689 00 
24,187 14 
32,475 36 
29,728 99 

33.222 33 
50,107 80 
17,492 23 
17, 152 49 
18,486 84 

8,466 10 
30,300 88 
24,906 27 
55,254 54 
20,697 63 
23.634 27 
13,400 36 
16,792 19 
49,486 97 

8,579 87 
24,619 33 
64,669 92 
10,438 61 
16,786 85 

30. 223 40 
8,603 18 
7,112 24 
6,441 33 

20,759 63 
11,939 76 
22,565 44 

6,759 47 
90,741 34 
15,719 44 
12,056 37 
24,893 781 
10,656 06l 
58,608 79 
26,444 29 
43,810 68 
10,986 41 
41,317 27 

7.582 73 
29,461 31 
22,326 57 
11,285 12 
11,319 38 
23,685 02 
37,701 11 

7,566 05 
31,634 80 
21,301 36 



Aount un 
paid. 



Total 2.728,798 35 $214,774 6712.514. 023 78,2,514,023 78 

— 9 



90 



No. 15. 

ISiatein.ent of the aggregate aummnt of State taxes charged, the amount of 
co7nmissio7is, abatements, etc., deducted, the net amount collected, the 
amount paid over by collectors, and the amount remaining unpaid in 
each county j or the year 1865. 



Counties. 



Adams . 

City ofQuincy. . . 

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 

(rrundy 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Henderson 

Henry 

Iroquois ■. . 

.Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson , 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess . . . . , 

Johnson , 

Kane 

Kankakee 

Kendall , 

Knox 

Lake 



$44,431 44 
30,975 41 
36,0*72 94 
14,278 08 
11,745 11 
11,220 57 
:-i4,148 06 
5935 98 
15,253 74 
16,575 28 
38,251 7 
19,554 06 
11,038 75 
15,86() 21 
33,476 67 
45,295 47 
329,405 31 
9644 52 
9461 57 
22,411 32 
20,711 35 
26,168 46 
18,398 17 
36,066 22 
8672 34 
11,419 61 
17,906 26 
7084 98 
10,900 51 
38,248 42 
'10,683 59 
23,305 75 
18,787 11 
10,083 79 
40,317 11 
4105 76 

18,298 8;; 

31,822 97 
26,186 18 
18,235 31 

9455 18 
12,851 09 
18,581 06 
14,773,78 

7233 05 
32,135 53 

19.485 83 
12,950 76 

52.486 04 
14.793 57 



$2490 73 

2100- 48 

5150 84 

730 35 

727 68 

813 U9 

1543 45 

381 69 

1162 95 

723 94 

3327 94 

688 3e 

810 88 

1226 81 



[141,940 71 
28,874 93 

30.922 10 
13,547 73 
11,017 43 
10,407 48 
32,604 61 

.5555 20 
14,090,79 
15,851 34 

34.923 78 
18,865 70 
10,227 37 
14,639 41 



3876 26 


41,419 21 


23,652 31 


305,753 00 


699 56 


8944 96 


896 72 


8564 85 


1255 82 


21,155 50 


1718 78 


18,992 57 


931 86 


17,466 31 


3432 41 


32, 633 81 


391 52 


8280 82 


961 90 


10,457 71 


2322 72 


15,583 54 


540 18 


6544 80 


615 59 


10,284 92 


1913 53 


36,334 89 


557 4;^ 


10,126 17 


1008 19 


22,297 56 


1039 17 


17,747 94 


531 13 


9552 66 


2155 99 


38,161 12 


335 2S 


3770 63 


972 92 


17,325 91 


2170 80 


29,152 17 


1706 4( 


24,479 78 


2223 39 


16,011 92 


922 59 


8532 69 


692 05 


12,159 04 


1487 8C 


17,093 26 


1146 42 


13,627 36 


493 89 


6739 16 


1659 79 


30,475 74 


1221 00 


18,264 83 


675 51 


12,275 25 


2659 40 


49,826 64 


804 38 


13,989 19 



$41,940 71 
28,874 93| 

30.922 10 
13.547 7;-i 
11,017 43 
1 ),407 48 
32,604 61 

5555 20 
14,090 79 
15,851 34 

34.923 78 
18,865 7o 

7309 41 

14,639 41 

15,836 80 

41,419 21 

305,7.i3 On 

8944 96 

8o64 85 
21,155 50 
18,992 57 
17,000 00 
17,466 31 
32,633 81 

8280 82 
10,457 71 
15,583 54 

6544 80 
10.284 92 
36^334 89 
10,126 17 
22,297 5t: 
17,747 94 

9552 66 
38,161 12 

3770 53 

17,325 91 

29,1.^2 17 

• 24,479 78 

16,011 92 

8532 59 

9556 59 
17,093 26 
18,627 36 

6739 16 
30,475 74 
18,264 83 
12,275 25 
49,826 64 
13,9?^.9 19 



$2918 46 



2602 4« 



* No settlement. 



91 

Btatement —Continued. 



Counties. 


3 

o 

jr 

to 


Am't of abate- 
ments, com- 
missions, etc 


?= 

3 
o 

B 






3 


Lasalle 


$50,575 06 


$2,527 12 
:i,189 63 
1,583 96 
1,726 57 
2,543 23 
2,199 99 
5,435 05 


$48,047 94 
10,446 11 
21,817 17 
25.917 17 
40,559 11 
34,243 94 
40,431 54 


148 
10 
21 
25 
40 
84 
40 
42 
19 
16 
L8 

9 
81 
24 
57 
23 
23 
13 
17 
50 

8 
24 
60 
11 
17 
29 

7 

7 

6 
21 
13 
20 

7 
101 
16 
11 
24 
11 
45, 
24 
41 
14 
46 

8 
30 
21 
12 
11 
24 
38 

8 
29 
22 


047 94 
446 11 
817 17 
917 17 
559 11 
248 94 
431 54 
174 54 
326 53 
118 07 
204 (i2 
134 23 
203 50 
512 42 
754 44 
716 82 
222 68 
090 73 
090 19 
166 64 
320 93 
658 77 
595 79 
280 93 
785 83 
830 76 
905 70 
034 06 
261 89 
471 42 
277 93 
954 73 
128 41 
377 87 
069 75 
508 82 
674 99 
295 10 
982 94 
875 94 
616 86 
698 49 




Lawrence 


12 
23 
27 
43 
36 
45 
67 
22 
17 
19 
10 
33 
25 
60 
24 
24 
17 
18 
52 

9 
26 
67 
12 
19 
32 

9 
10 

6 
25 
14 
22 

7 
.107 
17 
12 
26 
11 
63 
26 
44 
15 
49 

8 
31 
24 
12 
12 
25 
40 
11 
31 
23 


635 74 
401 13 
643 74 
102 34 
443 93 
866 59 
703 32 
102 40 
218 95 
568 37 
297 15 
441 04 
839 05 
901 98 
662 34 
476 06 
528 20 
130 45 
390 61 
256 53 
122 39 
010 28 
679 60 
188 92 
184 17 
422 67 
277 02 
635 04 
119 42 
230 40 
242 72 
642 96 
573 80 
155 20 
435 14 
812 62 
999 13 
617 10 
474 82 
041 00 
687 96 
789 97 
426 70 
926 69 
008 85 
894 79 
369 18 
912 86 
661 76 
088 24 
907 03 




Lee . 




Livingston 




Logan 




Macon 




Macoupin 








Marionf 


2,605 69 
1,105 88 
1,364 35 
1,162 92 
2,237 54 
1,326 63 
3,147 54 
945 52 
1,253 43 


19,496 71 
16,113 07 
18,204 02 
9,134 23 
81,203 50 
24,512 42 
57,754 44 
. 23,716 82 
23,222 63 


$170 18 


Marshall 

Mason , 

Ma.'sac 

McDonough 

McIIonrv 






Menard 








Monroe* 




Morgan 

Moultrie . , 


1,040 26 
2,223 97 
935 60 
1.463 62 
6,414 49 
1.398 67 
1,403 09 
2,358 41 


17,090 19 
50,166 64 
8,820 93 
24,658 77 
60,595 79 
11,280 93 
17,785 68 
29,830 76 




OkIc 








Ferry 




Pike 




Pope* 




Pulaski*f 










373 15 
8,648 00 

952 47 
1,287 99 

514 55 
6,195 93 
1,085 45 

669 20 
2,137 63 

704 03 


6,2'n 89 
21,471 42 
13,277 93 
20,954 73 

7,128 41 
101,877 87 
16,069 75 
11,765 94 
24,674 99 
11,295 10 




Randolph 









Rock Island 

fc^aline 




Sangamon 








Scott 


267 12 


Stark 




St. Clair*:}- 




Stephenson 


1,598 38 
2,424 14 

989 47 
3,022 44 

361 05 
1,754 33 
2,058 S9 

864 56 

713 13 
1,504 20 
2,305 28 


24,875 94 
41,616 86 
14,698 49 
46,767 53 
8,065 65 
30,172 86 
21,950 46 
12,030 28 
11,656 05 
24,408 66 
38,356 48 








L^nion 






767 53 
065 65 
172 86 
950 46 
030 23 
t*56 05 
408 66 
356 48 
000 01 
895 78 

S9a .19. 




Wabash:}: 


39 21 




Washino'ton 




White 








Will 




Williamson* .T 




Winnebago 


2,011 30 
1,242 86 


29,895 78 
22,328 52 


















2,840,980 11 


178,856 19 


2,423,141 44 


2,574,168 01 





*No settlement. ■jPaid since Nov. 30, 1866 



9^ 



]S"o, 16. 

Statement of the School Fund tax^ levied in the year 1864, shovnvg 
the aggugate amoimt charged^ the amou^it deducted J or ahatemtnts^ 
commissions, 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 . . . 
Hardin . . . . 
Henderson , 

Henry 

Iroquois . . . 
Jackson , . . 

Jasper 

Jefferson. . . 
Jersey . . . . 
Jo Daviess . 
Johnson . . . 

Kane 

Kankakee . 
Kendall .. . 
Knox 



$19,623 
6642 
8722 
3271 
3093 
9611 
1701 
3883 
4556 
8091 
4740 
3062 
3733 
6079 
9974 

83,620 
2649 
2771 
6157 
4810 
5432 
5019 
9816 
2221 
3310 
5321 
1739 
2519 

10,409 
8234 
6297 
4957 
2656 

10,343 
1054 
4484 
8419 
6835 
4201 
2452 
3132 
4924 
4518 
2207 
8611 
5054 
3630 

13,607 



S a' 



1776 
408 
161 
177 
201 
507 
218 
191 
156 
464 
111 
173 
181 

1193 
635 

4622 
169 
251 
285 
324 
318 
216 
830 
60 
786 

2223 
91 
133 
598 
431 
182 
230 
115 
475 
48 
434 
340 
489 
671 
265 
128 
263 
333 
229 
357 
231 
476 
634 



$18,847 
6233 
3561 
3094 
2892 
9104 
1483 
3692 
4400 
7627 
4629 
28b9 
3551 
4885 
9339 
78, 898 
2479 
2520 
5871 
4485 
5114 
4803 
8986 
2160 
2523 
3098 
1707 
2385 
9811 
2803 
6115 
4727 
2541 
9868 
1005 
4049 
8078 
6346 
3530 
2187 
3003 
4661 
4185 
1978 
8254 
4823 
3154 
13,072 



$14,731 83 
2146 80 
4288 86 
4323 64 
4255 12 
9372 08 
2463 25 
5120 84 
4176 61 
8373 00 
5589 96 
6611 09 
4806 47 
5008 14 
6189 12 

33,284 47 
5387 78 
4032 71 
7704 98 
4788 47 
3671 16 
5306 31 
7481 01 
2592 82 
4255 52 
6354 75 
2531 27 
4710 20 

13,337 10 
3798 21 
6717 11 
4578 51 
4097 55 

11,539 05 
1885 45 
4192 27 
8900 45 
8149 58 
5176 70 
4778 77 
6415 29 
4844 15 

10,133 48 
3757 88 
9792 06 
6775 72 
4897 73 

10,901 76 



H115 18 
4086 60 



224 08 



3150 19 
45,614 02 



1443 67 
1505 08 



148 85 



2171 16 



93 

Statement — Continued. 



Counties. 



Lake 

LaSalle .... 
Lawrence . . 

Lee 

Livingston. . . 

Logan 

J] aeon 

Mac-oujiin . . , 
Madison . . . . 
Marion .... 
Marshall. ... 

Mason 

Massac 

McDonougli. , 
McIIenry. . . 
McLean. ... 
Menard .... 
Mercer .... 
Monroe .... 
Montgomery 
Morgan .... 
Moultrie.. . . 

Ogle.- 

Peoria 

Perry 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Putnam. . . . . 
Eandolph. . . 
Richlam:! . . . . 
Rock Island. 

Saline , 

Sangamon. . , 
Schuyler . . . , 

Scott 

Shelby 

Stark" , 

St. Clair 

Stephenson . , 
Tazewe'l ... 

Union , 

Vermilion . . , 
W abash . . . . , 

Warren . , 

"Washington 
Wavne . . . . , 
"White ...-., 
Wliiteside. . . 

Will 

"U^illiamson. , 
Winnebago. , 
Woodford. . , 



$4148 

3510 
t;i25 
6765 
9092 
8386 

10,177 

18.751 
5180 
4838 
5436 
2731 
8899 
7005 

15,512 
6754 
6651 
4275 
4721 

18,875 
2590 
6925 

18,160 
33.54 
4788 
8505 
2668 
2434 
1819 
8454 
3391 
6405 
1933 

25,591 
4593 
3372 
7253 
3010 

16,829 
7502 

12,840 
3138 

11,622 
2134 
83n7 
6993 
32.34 
3184 
6894 

10,699 
2712 
8926 
5973 



2. 3 



740 19 
439 22 
283 75 
253 69 

338 03 
368 51 

1198 82 
5215 99 

432 90 
219 68 

433 92 

434 96 
731 99 
298 30 
647 66 
318 81 
285 39 
641 14 
184 71 

553 52 
244 52 
324 43 
766 79 
528 51 
249 65 
375 68 

339 66 
497 78 

85 76 
2727 01 
170 90 
330 43 
105 28 
1181 55 
365 60 

117 82 
483 54 
142 56 

1060 35 
388 95 

1186 87 
158 01 
499 12 
72 26 
372 11 
956 72 
196 12 

118 64 
612 15 

554 25 
657 57 
444 85 
236 63 



$3950 14 

14,024 97 
3071 48 
5841 47 
6512 15 
8754 70 
8017 55 
8978 81 

13,535 02 
4697 18 
4619 16 
6002 69 
2296 71 
8167 08 
6707 47 

14,864 91 
5436 06 
6365 90 
3634 44 
4536 81 

13,321 73 
2346 44 
6601 03 

17,394 00 
2826 33 
4539 01 
8129 63 
2328 51 
1936 71 
1733 37 
6727 21 
3220 21 
6075 26 
1828 66 

24,409 97 
4227 53 
3255 07 
6770 25 
2867 69 

15,769 43 
7113 66 

11,654 09 
2980 10 

11,123 27 
2062 28 
7935 22 
6037 22 
3039 67 
3066 25 
6382 76 

10,145 57 
2055 15 
8482 39 
5737 32 



Total 730,984 76 $53,380 41 677,604 85 693,000 00 106,051 621121,447 27 



$6908 17 

18.040 85 
4269 32 
7845 70 
7356 48 
6367 48 
6210 71 

10,618 04 

11.041 02 
6075 38 
5111 23 
5371 63 
2903 65 
8113 30 
8540 97 

12,725 72 
4003 33 
6440 05 
4640 23 
6691 27 
7721 14 
3257 33 
9357 39 

12,136 04 
4668 95 
3531 46 

11,293 01 
S650 44 
1830 36 
2198 50 
7204 14 
4346 71 
7476 78 
4323 52 

12,175 77 
6158 16 
3630 55 
7597 58 
3836 11 

11,700 98 
9210 42 
8397 61 
6028 05 
9491 02 
3166 37 
7820 02 
6347 50 
6766 22 
t929 63 
7739 08 

11,540 42 
5520 36 
8609 72 
5887 61 



2387 22 
1806 84 



2494 00 



53 78 



2139 19 
1432 73 



6600 59 



5257 96 
1007 55 



106 35 



12,234 20 



4068 45 
3256 48 



1632 25 
115 20 



94 



No. 17. 

Statement of the School Fund tax levied in the year 1865, showing the 
aggregate amount cliarged^ the amount deducted for abatements^ con%- 
missiotis, 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 

Dou2;las. . . . 
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 



120,946 

10,019 
3966 
3262 
3115 
9485 
1649 
4237 
4603 

10,623 
5431 
3666 
4407 
9264 

12,579 

91,498 
2677 
2627 
6225 
5752 
7264 
5110 

10,016 
2408 
3167 
4980 
1968 
3027 

10,624 
3357 
6473 
5218 
2801 

11,198 
1140 
5082 
8700 
7273 
5061 
2625 
3569 
5169 
4101 
2009 
8926 
5412 
3596 

14,579 
4,109 



3 ^ 



1353 
155 
173 
199 
355 

70 
284 
146 
835 
144 
193 
299 
1000 
966 
5919 
172 
223 
295 
425 
324 
215 
854 

64 
233 
592 
123 
132 
444 
123 
222 
245 
104 
503 

72 
219 
519 
408 
566 
232. 
143 
365 
284 

97 
38S 
286 
155 
619 
188 







1 
o 




$19,880 75 
8666 61 


3810 


56 


3089 


09 


2916 


62 


9130 


31 


1578 


53 


3952 


96 


4457 


61 


9787 


71 


5287 


02 


2872 


85 


41i>S 


16 


8264 


87 


11,612 


79 


85,578 


81 


2506 


70 


2403 


62 


6930 


22 


5326 


29 


6940 


00 


4895 


39 


9161 


18 


2344 


15 


2934 


23 


4368 


07 


1844 


51 


2895 


42 


10,179 


60 


3233 


94 


6251 


14 


4972 


67 


2696 


12 


10,694 


99 


1068 


36 


4863 


58 


8181 


45 


6865 


04 


4494 


80 


2393 


04 


3425 


93 


4793 


85 


3817 


9(1 


1911 


29 


8538 


41 


5126 


69 


3440 


98 


13,959 


95 


3921 


08 



o 3 

is 

'. 2. 




pi 5, 498 96 


2985 


94 


4521 


04 


3857 


52 


4440 


29 


11,279 


75 


2643 


87 


5634 


38 


4524 


65 


9368 


00 


7440 77l 


6604 


39 


5513 


10 


5329 


22 


7883 


76 


50,514 70| 


6320 


01 


4301 


29 


7774 


22 


4924 


95 


4680 


62 


4939 


29 


7993 


90 


2612 


71 


5387 


88 


7316 


54 


3024 


14 


4970 45i 


12.804 


74 


3556 


72 


6655 


60 


4909 


47 


4493 


88 


11,652 


03 


1747 


34 


4446 


75 


9927 


84 


9385 


47 


6341 


68 


4901 


55 


6697 


29 


4688 


75 


9148 


44 


4586 


96 


9335 


14 


7664 


38 


4274 


62 


11,028 


29 


6320 


20 



.^ ? 3 



$4381 79 
5680 67 



419 71 



2935 65 

3729 03 

35,064 11 



401 34 
2259 38 



116'7 28 



63 20 



416 83 



105 10 



2931 66 



95 

Statement — Continued . 



$14,047 

3509 

. 6500 

7678 

11,971 

10,122 

12,786 

18,804 
61S6 
478-2 
5484 
2858 
9288 
7177 

16,916 
6850 
6768 
4861 
5036 

14,551 
2568 
7255 

18,613 
3517 
5330 
8940 
2614 
2853 
1878 
6970 
3952 
6178 
2123 

29,877 
4764 
3454 
7446 
3333 

17,523 
7353 

12,231 
4357 

13,830 
2340 
8868 
6668 
3581 
3435 
7197 

11,294 
3101 
8863 
6546 



o > 
^5 r 



$593 
578 
388 
422 
595 
533 

1418 

5216 
672 
26>« 
325 
281 
534 
303 
760 
206 
302 
641 
232 
492 
235 
345 

1638 
346 
329 
582 
314 
453 
87 
946 
221 
302 
115 

1493 
263 
150 
521 
167 

1123 
384 
571 
219 
721 
75 
409 
500 
206 
151 
357 
547 
601 
488 
284 



$13,454 57 
2931 01 
6112 01 
7256 69 

11,376 46 
9589 67 

11,317 35 

13,588 98 
5464 03 
4513 98 
5108 35 
2577 66 
8753 68 
6873 17 

16,156 42 
6643 So 
6496 16 
4220 00 
4803 35 

14,059 8.5 
2333 09 
6910 42 

16,975 93 
3171 43 
5000 35 
8357 66 
2300 00 
2400 00 
1790 85 
6023 69 
3730 91 
5875 95 
2007 98 

28,383 87 
4501 84 
3303 50 
6924 30 
3165 72 

16,400 00 
6968 92 

11,660 01 
4138 55 

13,109 16 
2265 13 
8458 75 
6167 23 
338 t 89 
3284 08 
6840 07 

10,747 11| 
2500 00 
8374 61 
6261 74 



$18,169 78 
4272 40 
8515 28 
8776 74 
7275 18 
7854 51 

11,645 08 

12,497 42 
7249 33 
5692 41 
6121 33 
3123 9.% 
8742 14 
7960 41 

14,344 65 
3915 76 
6629 06 
■ 4327 83 
7945 92 
8582 73 
3587 27 
9103 93 

12,525 20 
4809 84 
3976 49 

10,991 65 
4559 99 
2142 18 
2217 88 
6895 56 
4596 14 
8563 09 
4739 16 

13,346 30 
5855 11 
3353 82 
8394 65 
3657 87 

13,216 05 
9630 26 
8656 56 
58n7 15 

10,830 67 
2789 39 
7376 59 
6560 44 
7042 18 
6879 98 
8497 19 

12,183 81 
5667 45{ 
7763 23| 
6589 69 



pj o ra_ 



$4101 28 
1735 16 



1091 56 



11 54 



1811 77 
2728 07 



5477 12 



4450 73 
1023 86 



257 87 



15.037 57 



3183 95 
3003 45 



2278 49 
1082 16 



611 38 



327 95 



789,321 92 52,942 101736,379 73 750,000 00 107,441 59121,061 96 



The abatements are ebiimatkd in Clinton, Douglas, Madison, Monroe, Pope, Pulaski, St. Clair and 
Williamson ; those counties having failed to make settlement. . 



96 



No. 18. . J 

Statem,ent^ shoiving the aw,ount of Interest on School Fund, and the 

amount of iSchaol Tax Fund, distributed to the several counties in 
the State, for the years 1864 and 1865. 





1864. 


1865. 


Counties. 


Interest. 


Tax. 


Total. 


Interest. 


Tax. 


Total. 


Adams 


$1335 69 
143 2L 
321 97 
370 02 
358 02 
683 54 
166 41 
387 02 
308 22 
496 69 
308 10 
532 26 
339 15 
352 71 
475 59 
3451 54 
423 92 

305 39 
593 58 
367 79 
234 39 
461 66 
575 43 
192 40 
265 29 
398 96 

64 58 
350 24 
1146 46 
289 41 
526 72 
359 80 
273 49 
985 36 
136 75 

306 65 
646 88 
409 75 
327 21 
8!7 32 
477 40 
893 89 
899 44 
279 76 
892 81 
460 40 
420 24 
935 98 
582 49 

1668 50 
326 GO 


$14,731 83 
2146 80 
4288 86 
4323 64 
4255 12 
9372 08 
22,463 25 
6120 84 
4176 61 
8373 00 
5539 96 
6611 09 
4806 47 
5008 14 
6189 12 
33,284 47 
5387 78 
4032 71 
7704 98 
4788 47 
3671 15 
5306 31 
7481 01 
2592 32 
4255 62 
6354 75 
2531 27 
4710 20 
13,337 10 
3798 21 
671,7 11 
4578 51 
4097 55 
11,539 05 
1885 45 
4192 27 
8900 45 
8149 53 
5176 70 
4778 77 
6415 29 
4844 15 
10,133 4S 
3757 88 
9792 06 
6795 70 
4897 73 
10,901 76 
6908 17 
18,040 85 
4269 32/ 


$1,6067 42 
2289 0' 
4610 83 
4693 66 
4613 14 
10,055 62 
22,629 26 
5507 86 
4484 83 
8869 69 
5848 06 
714J 35 
5146 62 
536U 85 
6664 71 
86,736 01 
5811 70 
4338 10 
8298 56 
5156 26 
3905 51 
6767 97 
8956 44 
2784 72 
4S20 81 
6753 71 
2595 85 
5060 44 
14,483 56 
4087 62 
7243 83 
4908 31 
4371 04 
12,524 41 
2022 20 
4498 92 
9547 33 
8559 28 
5503 91 
5096 09 
6892 69 
5238 04 
11,032 92 
4037 64 
10,684 87 
7236 12 
5317 97 
11,837 74 
7490 66 
19,609 05 
4595 32 


$1154 28 
151 41 
298 03 
294 88 
330 Ic 
837 38 
195 75 
365 5b 
290 92 

692 54 
551 OC 
455 02 
408 83 
394 83 
586 05 

3779 47 
372 05 
S19 14 
576 63 
365 3.^1 
346,99 

367 10 

693 28 
193 64 
399 27 
641 56 
222 01 

368 20 
951 85 
263 44 
464 05 
363 93 
332 76 
862 OT 
129 31 
292 35 
621 16 
692 60 
867 32 
362 57 
446 34 
332 93 
6S0 11 
340 69 
694 82 
567 90 
317 38 

8 20 

469 28 

1361 35 

316 81 


$1,5498 96 
2985 94 
4521 04 
3857 52 
4440 29 
1,1279 75 
2643 87 
6534 38 
4524 65 
93 68 
7440 77 
6604 39 
5513 10 
5329 22 
7883. 76 
5,0514 70 
5320 01 
4301 29 
7774 62 
4924 95 
4680 62 
4939 29 
7993 90 
2612 71 
6387 88 
7316 54 
3024 14 
4970 46 

1,2804 74 
3555 72 
6655 50 
4909 47 
4493 88 

1,1552 03 
1747 84 
444^ 75 
9927 84 
9:385 47 
6341 68 
4901 55 
6597 29 
4688 75 
9148 44 
4586 95 
9335 14 
7664 38 
4277 (12 

1,1028 29 
6320 20 

1,8169 781 
4272 40i 


$16,653 24 


Alexander.. 

Bond » . . 


3137 35 
4819 05 
4152 40 




4770 39 




12,117 13 




2839 02 


Carroll 


5889 94 


Cass 


4815 57 


Champaign 

Christian 

Claris 


10,060 .54 
7991 77 
7059 46 


Clay 


5921 93 




5724 05 




8469 81 


Cook 


54,294 17 


Crawford 

Cumberland .... 
DeKalb 


5692 06 
4620 43 

8350 85 


DeVVitt 


5290 30 




5027 61 


DuPasre 


53116 39 
8587 18 




Edwards 


2806 35 


Effingham 

Fayette 


5787 15 
7858 10 


Ford 


3246 15 


Franklin 


5389 05 


Fulton. 

Gallatin 


18,756 :..) 
8819 16 




7119 55 


Grundy 


5273 40 


Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 


4826 64 

12,414 10 

1876 65 


Henderson 


4739 10 

10,549 00 

10,078 o7 

6709 00 

6214 12 

7043 63 

5021 68 

9328 55 

4927 64 

10,029 96 

8232 28 

4595 OiJ 

11,848 29 

6789 48 

19,521 13 

44,589 21 




Jasper .... 

Jefferson 


JoDaviess 

Johnson 


Kankakee 


Knox 






Lawrence 



97 

Statement — Continued. 



1864. 



1865. 



Interest. Tax. Total. Interest. Tax 



$567 
367 
450 
451 
832 
938 
436 
414 
360 
224 
676 
704 
93y 
319 
493 
362 
447 
636 
223 
735 

1131 
334 
201 
945 
254 
124 
177 
569 
337 
670 
325 

1014 
519 
306 
518 
312 

1057 
810 
68« 
399 
628 
267 
659 
478 
447 
456 
573 
946 
441 
753 
438 



$7845 70 
7356 48 
6367 48 
6210 71 

10,618 04 

11,041 02 
6075 38 
5111 23 
5371 63 
2903 65 
8113 30 
8540 97 

12,725 72 
4003 33 
6440 05 
4640 23 
6691 27 
7721 14 
3257 33 
9357 39 

12,136 04 
4668 95 
3531 46 

11,293 01 
3650 44 
1830 36 
2198 50 
7204 14 
4346 7i 
7476 78 
4323 52 

12,175 77 
6158 16 
3630 55 
7597 58 
3836 11 

11,700 98 
9210 42 
8397 61 
5028 05 
9491 02 
3166 37 
7820 U2 
6347 50 
6766 22 
5929 63 
7739 ()S 

11,540 42 
5520 36 
8609 72 
5887 61 



$8412 93 

7724 33 

6817 75 

6662 48 

11,450 20 

11,979 77 

6511 66 

5525 92 

5732 60 

3128 42 

8793 26 

9245 01 

13,665 20 

4322 82 

6933 06 

5002 23 
7138 76 
8357 65 
3480 42 

10,092 42 
13,267 61 

5003 58 
3732 72 

12,238 58 
3904 82 
1955 23 
2376 07 

17,773 24 
4683 81 
8146 93 
4649 10 

13,189 95 
6677 46 
3936 78 
8115 98 
4148 55 

12,758 21 

10,021 35 
90S3 74 
5427 55 

10,119 75 
3133 89 
8479 92 
6825 68 
7213 77 
6385 81 
8312 76 

12,487 37 
5961 40 
9362 89 
6325 64 



Total $54,564 93 693,000 00 747,564 93 $54,664 93 750,000 00 804,564 93 



$631 33 
647 95 
445 93 
583 37 
864 82 
753 73 
537 99 
423 10 
378 52 
231 90 
649 97 
590 84 

1064 40 
290 57 
492 24 
320 80 
471 78 
638 14 
265 75 
675 26 
933 33 
326 44 
293 82 
816 50 
338 41 
128 76 
164 69 
497 18 
341 13 
637 95 
351 68 
992 40 
434 92 
249 05 
621 87 
270 49 
984 68 
716 69 
643 04 
429 70 
802 27 
207 05 
547 90 
440 93 
520 98 
410 73 
629 37 
905 36 
420 78 
576 74 
488 99 



$8515 28 
8775 74 
7275 18 
7854 51 

11,645 08 

12,497 42 
7249 33 
5692 41 
5121 33 
3123 95 
8742 14 
7960 41 

14,344 65 
3915 16 
6629 06 
4327 83 
7945 92 
8582 73 
3587 27 
9103 93 

12,525 20 
4809 84 
3976 49 

10,991 65 
4559 99 
2142 13 
2217 88 
6895 56 
4596 14 
8563 09 
4739 16 

13,346 30 
5855 11 
3353 82 
8394 55 
3657 87 

13,216 05 
9630 26 
8656 66 
6807 15 

10,830 67 
2789 39 
7376 59 
6560 44 
7042 18 
5879 98 
8497 19 

12,183 81 
5667 45 
7763 23 
6589 69 



Total. 



$9146 61 
9423 69 
7721 11 
8437 88 

12,509 90 

13,251 15 
7787 32 
6115 51 
5599 85 
3355 85 
9392 11 
8551 25 

15,409 05 
4206 33 
7121 30 
4648 63 
8417 70 
9220 87 
3853 02 
9779 19 

13,458 53 
5136 28 
4270 31 

11,808 15 
4898 40 
2270 89 
2382 57 
7392 74 
4937 27 
9201 04 
5090 84 

14,338 70 
6290 03 
3602 87 
9016 42 
3928 36 

23,200 73 

10,346 95 
9299 60 
6236 85 

11,632 94 
2996 44 
7924 49 
7001 37 
7563 16 
6290 71 
9126 56 

13,089 17 
6088 23 
8339 97 
7078 68 



Law YoL— 10 



98 



No. 19. 

Statement of the condition of the Banks of the State on the SOth day of 
JVovember, 1866, showing the amount and kind of securities held in 
trust for them^ and the amount of notes in circulation. 



BANK OF BLOOMINGTON. 


$2500 GO 








$1959 00 






RANK OF GALENA. 
Illinois 6s 


$6000 00 






Circulation 


$4799 00 






CUMBERLAND COUNTY BANK, GREENUP. 
Leo'al tender notes 


$494 OO 






Circulation 


$444 no 


Illinois 6s 


$6000 00 








$5400 00 






MARINE BANK, CHICAGO. 


$8688 46 






Circulation 


$7788 00 




$12,200 00 








$8551 00 


PRODUCERS' BANK, CHICAGO. 
Illinois 6s 


$1200 00 


Lcoal tender notes 


72 50 






Circulation 


$573 00 


SYCAMORE BANK. 
Legal tender notes ', 


$182 00 






Circulation 


$132 00 


TREASURY BANK. 
Illinois 6s .' 


$6000 00 






Circulation 


$5400 00 











99 



RECAPITULATION. 



Illinois 63 

Legal tender notes. 



Circulation. 



$42,588 4fi 
748 50 



$43,386 96 
35,046 00 



Notes of the following named banks in liquidation are redeemed by the auditor at par, 
viz: 

Alton Bank Alton. 

Bank of Illinois New H-aven. 

Bank of Ke wauee Ke wanee. 

Bank of Ashland Golconda. 

Bank of Sparta Sparta. 

City Bank of Ottawa Ottawa. 

Exchange Bank Albion. 

Grundy County Bank Morris. 

Mechanics' Bank Hardin. 

Pamet Bank Griggsville. 

Peoples' Bank Geneseo. 

Mahaiwe Bank Marion. 

Reapers' Bank Fairfield. 

Traders' Bank Chicago. 

United States Stock Bank Sparta. 

Edgar County Bank Paris. 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



OF THE 



STATE TEEASUEEE, 



FOK 1865 AND 1866. 



Theasttrer's Office, Illinois, 

tSjpringfield^ Deo. Vdth^ 1866. 

To the Honorahle the General Assembly of the State of Illinois : 

Gentlemen — In coirpliance with the statutes defining the duties of 
the State Treasurer, I submit the following report, showing the finan- 
cial operations of this department since the last report, (November 30, 
1864) and its condition at the close of the two current years ending 
November 30, 1866, with an exhibit of the state of the several funds at 
that time, 

> The following synopsis will show the balance on hand in the Treasury 
on the 1st day of December, 1864, the receipts and disbursements dur- 
ing the two years, and the balance standing to the credit of the several 
funds on the 1st day of December, 1866 : 



EEVENTJE FtTND. 



/ 



Balance in the Treasury Dec. 1, 1864 $3,263 50 

Amount War Fund transferred under act Feb. 13, 1865.. 27,429 97 

Amount received from United States on war claims 438,046 84 

Amount received from all other sources 886,312 38 

11,355,052 69 

Payments from Dec. 1, 1864, to Dec. 1, 1866 1,288,629 18 

Balance in the Treasury Dec. 1, 1866 $66,423 51 



6 



STATE DEBT FUND. 



Balance in the Treasury Dec. 1, 1864- $589,124 44 

Amount received from Dec. 1, 1864, to Dec. 1, 1866 1,406,484 68 

$1,995,609 12 
Payments from Dec. 1, 1864, to Dec. 1, 1866 1,264,020 63 

Balance in the Treasury Dec. 1, 1866 $Y31,588 49 



INTEREST FUND. I 

Balance in the Treasury Dec. 1, 1864 $309,256 68 

Amount received from' Dec. 1, 1864, to Dec. 1, 1866.. . . 1,539,717 31 j 

$1,849,003 89 
Payments from Dec. 1, 1864, to Dec. 1, 1866 1,310,455 43 

Balance in the Treasury Dec. 1, 1866 $538,548 47 



SCHOOL FUND. 

Balance in the Treasury Dec. 1; 1864 $112,075 94 

Amount received from Dec. 1, 1864, to Dec. 1, 1866 . . . 226,733 52 

$338,809 46 
Payments from Dec. 1, 1864, to Dec. 1, 1866 , . 297,076 64 

Balance in the Treasury Dec. 1, 1866 $41,732 82 



ILLINOIS CENTEAL E. E. FUND. 

Balance in the Treasury Dec. 1, 1864 $198,868 20 

Amount received from Dec. 1, 1864, to Dec. 1, 1866 .... 937,450 50 

$1,136,318 70 
Payments from Dec. 1, 1864, to Dec. 1, 1866 1,102,436 54 

Balance in the Treasury Dec. 1, 1866, $33,882 16 



DELINQUENT LAND TAX FUND. 

Balance in the Treasury Dec. 1, 1864 '. |331 06 

Amount received from Dec. 1, 1864, to Dec. 1, 1866 

$331 06 
Payments from Dec. 1, 1864, to Dec. 1, 1866 

Balance in the Treasury Dec. 1, 1866 $331 06 



UNKNOWN AND MINOR HEIRS FUND. 

Balance in the Treasury Dee. 1, 1864 $701 CS 

Amount received from Dec. 1, 1804, to Dec. 1, 1866 743 45 

$1,445 11 
i Payments from Dec. 1, 1864, to Dec. 1, 186.6 295 26 

Balance in the Treasm-y Dec, 1, 1866 $1,149 85 



WAR FUND. 

Balance in the Treasury Dec. 1, 1864 $10 76 

Amount received from Dec. 1, 1864, to Feb. 13, 1865. . . 29,500 00 



),510 76 
Payments from Dec. 1, 1864, to Feb. 13, 1865 2,080 79 

Balance transferred to revenue fund under act Feb. 

13, 1865 $27,429 97 



HANCOCK COUNTY INTEREST FUND. 

Amount received to Dec. 1, 1866 $9,465 76 

Payments to Dec. 1, 1866 8,950 76 

Balance in the Treasury Dec. 1, 1866 $515 00 



The prosperous condition of the finances of the State, so far as relates 
to the funded debt, is a matter of cougraiulation to all. Notwithstand- 
ing the heavy expenditures made by the State during the existence of 
.the rebellion, in placing her quota of the army in the Held, and tlie 
lieav}^ and constant drain upon her productive industi^3% the State debt 
has been gradually diminished — more rapidly, even, than the anticipa- 
tions of the most sanguine. 

On the lirst of December, 1860, the entire bonded debt of the State 
amounted to $10,277,161 36 ; which debt was increased $2,050,000 UO 
by the war loan of July, 1861, making in the aggregate $12,327,161 36. 

On the first of December, 1866, the entire debt amounted to only $8,- 
638,252 21, and there is now in the Treasury to be applied on payment on 
the first of January, 1867 : State Debt Yxmd, $731,5^8 49, Illinois 
Central Railroad Fund, $33,882 16, to which may be added $221,- 
574 05, tiie estimated amount of the seven per cent, of the gross earn- 
ings of the Illinois Central Railroad, due for the six months ending 
October 31, 1866, which, when paid, will reduce the State debt to $7,- 
650,907 51. The board of trustees of the Canal have declared another 
dividend of five per cent, on the registered canal bonds, payable Janu- 
ary 2, 1867, amounting to $123,166 66, which will reduce the entire 
bonded debt to $7,527,740 85. 



Since the commencement of the war the State has not only paid, 
on the bonded debt, $2,050,000 — a sura equal to the entire war loan, 
and $974,568 63, the direct tax levied on the State by the United 
States — but has paid in addition, on that debt as it existed at the 
breaking out of the rebellion, $903,496 94; making the aggregate paid 
on the State debt $2,953,496 94; direct tax, $974,568 63; total, 
$3,928,065 57. 

To accomplish this there has been no resort to increased taxation. 
On the contrary $615,000 belonging to the State Debt Fund was 
" loaned" to the Revenue Fund under act of February 8, 1861, which 
has never been returned ; and the collection of the two mill tax, or the 
State Debt Fund, was suspended by the same act for the years 1861 
and 1862. 

During the two fiscal years ending November 30, 1866, $2,321,425 13 
has been applied by the State in liquidatioa of the bonded debt. 

At the present rate of valuation the two mill tax will be sufficient to 
extinguish the entire bonded debt within ten years. AVith the seven 
per cent, of the gross earnings of the Illinois Central Railroad added, 
the last dollar of the indebtedness can be met on or before the first day 
of January, 1874. 

From tiie synopsis of the Revenue Fund, it will be seen that the 
whole amount'received on account of revenue from all sources, includ- 
ing the amount on hand December 1,1864, was $1,355,052 69 — of which 
sum $734,371 07 only were derived from direct taxation ; and tliat 
durincr that time the warrants paid on account of revenue amounted to 
$1,288,629 18 — being $546,258 11 in excess of receipts proper for 
revenue — to which excess should be added |55,0(i0, a deficit by clerical 
error in the appropriation of the " Illinois State Hospital for the In- 
sane," for the years 1865 and 1866. 

Admitting that the present Legislature will be only equally generous 
with the last, in making appropriations for the general interests and 
charitable necessities of the State, there will be a deficit of (estimated) 
$550,000 in that fund November 30, 1868, unless some adequate pro- 
vision is made for its increase. 

With the great wealth and endless resources of our State, the tireless 
energy and abundant liberality of the people, the time should never 
come when the Treasury is not able to i-espond to every legitimate 
demand. To place the State in such a desirable position, and thus 
establish and sustain the local credit of the State, is an object worthy 
of your attention. 

The question then arises, how can this desideratum be attained ? To 
that end I would recommend the enactment of a law creating a State 
Board of Equalization of Assessments," with powers full and well 
defined, not only to equalize the assessments of real and personal estate 
between the several counties of the State, but to so increabc (or decrease, 
if necessarv) the aggregate amount of the valuation in the State, that 
the present rate of taxation will provide a fund sufiacient to meet at 
least all the ordinary current expenses of the Government. 

If it should be deemed inadvisable to so increase the aggregate of 
the valuation, as such increase would correspondingly increase the 
State Debt Fund, (the rate of the tax for which is fixed in the Consti- 



9 

tntion,) permanent relief can only be found by an increased rate of 
jtaxation for revenue purposes. 

But as a fair and just valuation, or an increase of the rate of taxation, ' 
can not be available for the increase of revenue until 1868, for an im- 
mediate partial relief, I would suggest that provision be made by law 
for the payment of the interest on the School, College and Seminary 
Fund, auu)unting to about $60,000, out of the Interest Fund, to w^liich 
it is properly chargable, instead of the Eevenue Fund ; and for a 
transfer or loan of $200,000 of the accruing surplus Interest Fund to 
the revenue. The Interest Fund, on the lirst day of December, 1866, 
amounted to |53S,548,47. Of tliis amount, $235!^000, will be required 
to pay the interest maturing in January, 1867, including pj-emium on 
coin ; and estimated $5,000 to pay the past due interest that may be 
called for at the Treasury prior to the tirst day of July, 1867 ; leaving 
an idle surplus in the Treasury of over $298,000; which can not be used 
without legislative action. No inconvenience in the future payment of 
interest cau arise trom such transfer. Under existing laws anj deli- 
ciency in the Interest Fund can be supplied from other funds in the 
Treasury. 

If the interest on the School, College and Seminary Fund should be 
made chargable to the Interest Fund, and $2(!0,000 be transferred 
from that fund to the revenue, there w'ould still be a surplus in the 
Interest Fund of over $30,000. 

After the payment of the interest due in January, 1865, there 
remained in the Treasury $118,180 51, in coin, as per my report to the 
last Legislature, v/hich amount was by that Legislature, under act of 
February 16, 1865, set apart or appropriated for the payment of the 
interest on the sterling bonds of the State, payable in London. The 
amount then on hand sufficed to pay such interest in July, 1865, and 
January, 1866, leaving a small balance. According to the provisions 
of the same act, $77,000 of gold was purchased for the payment of 
sterling interest maturing in July, 1866. A detailed statement of the 
coin received and paid out up to December 1, 1866, accompanies this 
Report. 

JAMES II. BEVEPJDGE, Trecmirer. 



Law Vol.— 11 



TABULAR STATEMENTS. 



1. Statement of the 38th installment of interest paid in the city of 

New York, bj the Treasurer, 

2. Statement of expenses on account pajing 38th installment of 

interest in the city of JNew York. 

3. Statement of interest past due, paid at the Treasury from the 16th 

day of December, 1864, to the first day of July, 1865. 

4. Statement of the o9th installment of interest paid in the city of 

New York, by the Treasurer. 

6. Expenses on the same. 

6. Statement of in>terest, past due, paid at the treasury from the 1st 

day of July, 1865, to the 1st day of December, 1865. 

7. Statement of the 40th installment of interest paid in the city of 

New York, by the Treasurer. 

8. Expenses on same. 

9. Statement of interest, past due, paid at the treasury from the 1st 

of December, 1865, to the 20th day of June, 1866. 

10. Statement of 41st installment of interest paid in the city of New 

York, by the Treasurer. 

11. Expenses on same. 

12. Statement of interest, past due, paid at the treasury from the 20th 

day of June, 1866, to the 1st day of December, 1866. 

13. Statement of Coin account. 

14. Statement of collections on account of E,evenue. 

15. Statement of monthly receipts of revenue, special taxes, &c. 

16. Statement of monthly credits, by Auditor's receipts. 

17. Statement of lievenue Fund account* leaving a bal- 

ance of $66,423 51 

18. Statement of State Debt Fund account, leaving a 

balance of 731,588 49 

19. Statement of Interest Fund account, leaving a bal- 

ance of 538,548 47 

20. Statement of School Fund account, leaving a balance 

of. 41,732 82 



11 

21. Statement of Illinois Central R. R. Fund account, 

leaving a balance of $33,'8S2 16 

22. Statement of Delinquent Land Tax Fund account, 

leaving a balance of 331 06 

23. Statement of Unknown and Minor Heirs' account, 

leaving a balance of 1,149 85 

24. Statement of War Fund account. 

25. Statement of Hancock County Interest Fund account, 

leaving a balance of 515 00 

26. Recapitulation of Treasurer's account, leaving a bal- 

ance of. $1,414,171 36 

27. Statement of the Public Debt of the State of Illinois, showing the 

number of bonds, class, numbers, denominations, when due, 
where payable, and total amount of all outstanding coupon 
bonds, also the amount of insciibed stock, and amount of scrip 
unfunded indebtedness. 

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12 



No. 1. 



Statement of interest paid on the debt of the State of Illinois in. the city of 
NeiD YorJc by Alexander Staene, Treasurer^ during the month of 
January^ 1865. 

THIRTY-EIGHTH INSTALLMENT. 



Paid interest dufi January, 1865, on $1,779,166 58, new internal improve- 
ment ptock, issued under act of 1 847, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due January, 1865, on $1,141,242 72, interest bonds, issued 
under act of 1 847, at 3 per cent , 

Paid interest due January, 1865, on|683,897 82, interest bonds, issued under 
act of 1857, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due January, 1865, on |219,441 61, liquidation bonds, issued 
under act of 1849, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due January, 1865, on Illinois and Michigan Canal bonds, and 
other coupon bonds, as follows: 

47 coupons' from S^IOOO unregistered bonds of July, 1841, at $30 

93 coupons from $1000 registered bonds of July, 1841, less 40 per cent, at 

$18 : 



284 stamps on $1000 unregistered bonds dated prior to 1847, at $80 

835 stamps on $1000 registered bonds dated prior to 1847, less 40 per cent., 

at $18 

191 stamps on $1000 unregistered bonds, dated July, 1847, at $30 

345 stamps on $1000 registered bonds, dated July, 1847, less 40 per cent., 

at $18 

45 coupons from £300 unregistered bonds, payable in London, £9, with 11 

per cent, exchange, at $44 40 

543 coupons from £300 registered bonds, payable in London, £9 less 40 per 

cent , with 11 per cent, exchange, at $26 64 

27 coupons from £100 unregistered bonds, payable in London, £3, with 11 

per cent, exchange, at $14 80 

408 coupons from £100 registered bonds, payable in London, £3, less 40 

per cent., with 11 per cent, exchange, at $8 88 

156 coupons from $1000 bonds, dated Match, 1861, at $30 

40 coupons from $1U00 internal impro\ement bonds, at $30 

465 coupons from $1000 refunded stock bonds of 1859, due 1862, at $30. . 
27 coupons from $1000 refunded stock bonds of 1859, due 1865, at $30. . 
185 coupons from $1000 refunded stock bonds of 1859, due 1869, at $30. . 
473 coupons from $1000 refunded stock bonds of 1859, due 1870, at $30. . 
103 coupons from $1000 refunded stock bonds of 1859, due 1876, at -$30. . 
450 coupons from $1000 refunded stock bonds of 1859, due 1877, at $30, . 
64 coupons from $1000 refunded stock bonds of 1859, N. U., due 1879, at 

$30 

900 coupons from $1000 war bonds of 1861, at $30 ' 

824 coupons from $500 war bonds of 1861, at $15 

2770 coupons from $100 war bonds of 1861, at $3 



$53,374 99 

34,237 28 

20,516 93 

6,583 25 

1,410 00 

1 674 00 
8,520 00 

15,030 00 
5, 730 00 

6,210 00 

1,998 00 

14,465 52 

399 60 

3,623 16 
4,680 00 
1,200 00 

13,950 00 

810 00 

5,550 00 

14,190 00 
3,090 00 

13,500 00 

1,920 00 

27,000 00 

12,360 00 

8,310 00 

$280,332 73 



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Ko. 2. 



Statement of expenses attending the payment of interest in the city of 
J^ew York, during the month of January, 1865. 



Paid for advertising notice of payment in New York Tribune 

" " " New York World 

" " " New York Herald 

one brass interest stamp 

455 check stamps 

traveling expenses, board, stationery, etc 

Paid American Exchange Bank for disbursing $268,560 40, at J of 1 per cent. 



$38 25 

38 25 

96 00 

4 75 

9 10 

650 00 

1,342 80 

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Statement of Interest paid on the deht of the State of lUinois^ in the 
city of New YorA\ l)y James H. Beyekidge, Treasurer^ during the 
month of July, 18(!5. 

THIRTY-KINTH INSTALLMENT. 



Paid interest clue July, 1865, on $1,724,057 44, new internal improvement 

stool;, is-u d under act of 1847, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due July, 1865, on $1,149,662 52, interest bonds issued under 

act of 1847, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due July, 1865, on $663,502 34, interest bonds issued under act 

of 1857, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due July, 1865, on §193,400, liquidation bonds issued under act 

of 1849, at 3 per cent 

Paid inteiest due July, 1865, on Illinois and Michigan canal bonds, and other 
coupon bonds, as follows: 
91 coupons from $10U0 registered bonds of July, 1841, less 40 per cent., 

at § 1 8 

45 cou|)ons from §1000 unregistered bonds of July, 1841, at $30 

803 siamps on $1,000 registered bond.s, dated prior to 1847, less 40 per 

cent., at $1 8 

245 stamps en $1000 unregistered bonds, dated prior to 1847, at $30 

350 stamps on $1,000 registered bonds dated July, 1847, less 40 per c^nt., at 

$18 

219 stamps on $1 000 unregistered bonds, dated July, 18 17, at $30. 

549 coupons from £300 registered bonds, payable in London, £9, less 40 

per cent. , with 10 per cent, exchange, at $26 40 

45 coupons from £30() unregistered bonds, payable in TiOndon, £9, with 

10 per cent, exehanoe, at $44 

514 coupons from £225 regi>teied bonds, payable in London, £13 10, less 

40 per cent., wirh 10 percent, exchange, at $39 60 

676 coupons from £225 unregistered bonds, payable in London £13 10, 

with 10 per cent, exchange, at $66 

35 coupons from £225 registered bonds, payable in New York, less 40 per 

cent., at $36 

23 coupon.s from £225 unregistered bonds, payable in New York, at $6ii. 
408 coupons from £100 regi>tered bonds, payable in London, £3, less 40 

pei' cent,, with 10 per cent, exchange, at $8 80 

29 coupons from £100 unregistered bonds, payable in London, £3, with 

10 per cent, exchange, at $14 66 

137 coupons fron\ $1,000 bonds, dated March, 1861, at $30 

41 coupons from $1,000 internal improvement bonds, at $30 

14 coupons fr<,m $1,000 refunded stock bonds of 1859, due 1860, at $3(». 
413 coupons from $1,000 lefunded stock bonds of 18.59, due 1862, at $Si>. 
20 coupons from $1,000 refundid stock bonds of 18.i9, due 1865, at $30. 
101 coupons from $1,000 refunded stock bonds of 1859, d-.e 1869, at $30. 
345 coupons from $1,000 refunded stock bonds of 1859, due 187^, at $80 
lo5 coupons from $1,000 relunded stock bonds of 1859, due 1876, at $30. 
825 coupons from $1,000 refunded stock bonds of 1859, ilue 1877, at $3'). 
35 coupons from $1,000 refunded stock bonds of 18r.9, N. U., due 1879, 

at $30 

593 coupons from $1,000 war bonds of 1861, at $30 

659 coupons from $500 war bonds of 1861, at $15 

1931 coupons from $100 war bonds of 1861, at $3 



Total 



$51,721 72 
34,489 87 
19,905 07 

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1,350 00 

14,454 00 
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6,800 00 
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14,493 60 

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420 00 

12,390 00 

600 00 

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9,885 00 

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Statement of expenses attending the payment of interest in the city of\ 
New York during the month of July. 1865. 



Paid for advertising notice of payment in New York Tribune 

" advertising notice of payment in New York Times 

" Hdvertising notice of payment in New Yoik Evening Post 

" two clieck books , 

" one brass interest stamp 

" 500 ciieck stamps 

Paid express clurgi-s on $79,200 gold, @ $2 50 per M 

express charges on $15,000 silver, @ $5 OJ per M , 

expi ess charges on box books to and from New York 

express charges on $498 10 gold 

passage of Treasurer and clerk to and from New York, board while there, 

expenses, st.itionery, etc 

exchange on Now York $240,000 @ -|- of 1 per cent . 

exchange on $15,000 silver for gold, @ 8 per cent., and cartage 

for making five buxes for silver 

for strapping eight boxes for gold and silver 

Oeean N itionar B ink, New York, for disbursing $317,228 20, @ f of 1 
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No. 1. 



Statement of interest paid on the deht of the State of Illinois tn the city 
of New York^hy James H. Bevekidge, Treasurer^ during the month 
of January^ 1866. 



FORTIETH INSTALLMENT. 



Paid interest due January, 1866, on $1. 751. 943 20, new internal improve- 
ment stock issued under act of 1S47, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due January, 1866, on $1,074,456 23, interest bonds issued un- 
der act of 1847, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due January, 1866, on $673,114 29, interest bonds issued under 

act of 1857, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due January, 1866, on $198,372 00, liquidation bonds issued 

under act of 1849, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due January, 1866, on Illinois and Michigun canal bonds and 
other coupfin bonds, as follow s ; 
94 coupons from $1,000 registered bonds of July, 1841, less 40 per cent., 

at $18 00 ". 

87 coupons from $1,000 unregistered bonds of July 1841, at $30 00 

820 stamps on $1,000 registered bonds dated prior to 1847, less 40 per cent., 

at $18 00 

246 stamps on $1,000 unregistered bonds dated prior to 1847, at $30 00 

359 stamps on $1,000 registered bonds dated July, 1847, less 40 per cent., 

at $18 00 

141 stamps on $1,000 unregistered bonds dated July, 1847, at $30 00 

546 coupons from £300 registered bonds, payable in London, £9, less 40 

per cent , with 10 per cent, exchange, at $26 40 

44 coupons from £300 unregistered bonds, payable in London, £9, with 10 
408 coupons from £100 registered bonds, payable in London, £3, less 40 

per cent, with 10 per cent, exchange, at $44 00 

per cent, exchange, at $8 80 

28 coupons from £100 unregistered bonds, payable in London, £3, with 10 

per cent, exchnnge, at $14 66 

161 coupons from $1,000 bonds, dated March, 1861, at $30 00 

■ 39 coupons from $1,000 internal miprovement bonds, ai $80 00 

22 coupons from $1,000 refunded stock bonds of 1859, due 1860, at !|30. . 

405 coupons from $1,000 refunded stock bonds of 1859, due 1862 at $30. . . 

31 coupons from $1,000 refunded stock bonds of 1859, due 1865, at $30. . . 

67 coupons from $1,000 refunded stock bonds of 1859, due 1869, at $30. . . 

361 coupons from $1,000 refundi^d stock bonds of 1859, due 1870, at $30. . . 

98 coupons from $1,000 refunded stock bonds of 1859, due 1876, at $30. . . 

545 coupons from $1,000 refunded stock bonds of 1859, due 1877, at $30. . . 

54 coupons from $1,000 refunded stock bonds of 1859, N. U., due 1879, 

at $30 

600 coupons from $1,000 war bonds of 1861, at $30 

544 coupons from $500 war bonds of 1861, at $15 

1799 coupons from $100 war bonds of 1861, at $3 



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No. 8. 

Statement of expenses attending the payment of interest m the city of 
New York during the month of January^ 18G6. 



Paid for .idvertisins; notice of payment in New York Times 

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express charges on $20,760 coin to New York 

express cluirges on $100, dOO currency to New York 

New York exchange on $131,000 at \ of 1 per cent 

express chaiges on box books to and from New York 

passage of treasurer and clerk to and from New York, expenses on the 
way, board and stationery 

exchange on $19,460, silver, converted into gold 

making seven boxes for silver 

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No. 10. 



/Statement of Interest priid on the debt of the State of Illinois -in the <dty 
of New York^ hy James H. JBeveridge, Treasurer^ during the month 
of July, 1866. 

FORTY-FIRST INSTALLMENT. 



Paid interest due July, 1866, on 1,719,244 36, new internal improyement 

stock issued under ;ict of 1847, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due July, 1866, on §1,061,578 3S, interest bond issued undei 

act of 1 847, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due July, 1866, on $674,953 39, interest bond issued under act 

of 1857, at 8 per cent 

Paid interest due July, 1866, on f 198,372, liquidation bonds issued under act 

of 1849, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due July, 1866, on Illinois & Michigan Canal bonds and other 
coupon bonds, as follows : 

67 coupons from $1000 registered bonds of July, 1841, less 50 per cent., 

at $15 

80 coupons from $1000 unregistered bonds of July, 1841, at $30 

668 stamps on $1000 registered bonds, dated prior to 1847, less 50 per 

cent, at $15 

185 stamps on $1000 unregistered bonds, dated prior to 1847, at $30. . . . 
253 stamps on $1000 registered bonds, dated July, 1847, less 50 per cent , 

at $15 

124 stamps on $1000 unregistered bonds, dated July, 1847, at $30 

538 coupons from £300 registered bonds, payable in Loudon, £9, less 50 

per cent., with 1 per cent, exchange, at $22 

42 coupof;8 from £300 unregistered bonds, payable in London, £9 with 

10 per cent, exchange, at $44 

515 coupons from £225 registered bonds, payable in London, £18 10, less 

50 per cent., with 10 per cent, exchange, at $36 80 

681 coupons from £225 unregistered bonds, payable in London, £13 10, 

with 10 per cent, exchatige, at $66 

37 coupons from £225 registered bonds, payable in New York, £13 10, 

less 50 per cent., at $38 

27 coupons from £225 unregistered bonds, payable in New York, £13 10, 

at $60 

407 coupons from £100 registered bonds, payable in London, £3, less 

50 per cent., with 10 per cent, exchange, at $7 33 

22 coupons from £100 unregistered bonds, payable in London, £3, with 

10 per cent, exchange, at $14 66 

135 coupons from $100: i bonds, dated March, 1861, at $30 

8 coupons from $1000 internal improvement bonds at $30, 

12 coupons from $1000 refunded stock bonds of 1859, due 1860, at $30. 

261 coupons from $1000 refunded stock bonds of 1859, due 1862, at $30. 

12 coupons from $1000 refunded stock bonds of 1859, due 18'>5, at $80 

80 coupons from i>1000 refunded stoek bonds of 1859, due 1869, at $30 

314 coupons from $1000 refunded stock bonds of 1859, due 1870, at $30 

84 coupons from $1000 refunded stock bonds of 1859, due 1876, at $30 

412 coupons from $1000 refunded stoek bonds of 1859, due 1877, at $30 

62 coupons from $1000 refunded stock bonds of 1859, N. U., due 1879, 

at $30 

502 coupons from $1000 war bonds of 1861, at $30 

509 coupons from $500 war bonds of 1861, at $15 

1281 coupons from $100 war bonds of 1861, at $3 



Total $286,287 46 



$51,577 33 

31,847 35 

20,248 59 

5,951 16 



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33 



No. 11. 



Statement of expenfiefi attending the payment of interest in the City of 
JSew Yovk^ during the month of July^ 1866, 



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advertising notice of pHjmeiit in New York Tribune 

advertising notice of payment in New York Evening Post 

two check books 

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express charges on $50,000, :it $2 per M 

exchange on New York on |280,000, at \ of ] per cent 

express charges on box books to and Irom New York 

passage of Treasurer and clerk to and from New York, board in New 

York, expenses on the w.-iy and stationt^ry 

premium on $7Y,000 gold, at 54|- per cent 

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Statement shoiomg the amount of gold and silver on hand^ January 0, 
1665, amount purchased aince^ andpaynierits oji account of sterling 
interest, to December 1, 1866. 



DR. 



1865. Jan. 9 To iimount gold received from Alexander Starue, late Trea- 
surer 

To amount silver received from Alexander Starue, late Trea- 
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1866. July l,To amount gold bought for July, 1806, interest. 



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By paid American Exchange Bank, N. Y., (over draft by 
St rne) 

3 £9 sterling coupons, registered, with 11 per cent 
exchange, due January, 1865, at !f26 64 

3 £9 sti rling coupons, registered, with 11 per cent, 
exchange, due January, 1865, at $26 64 

3 £9 sterling coupons, wiih 11 percent, exchange, 
due January, 1865, at $44 40 

2 £3 sterling cou[ions, with 11 per cent, exchange, 

due January, 1865, at $14 80 

in New York during the month of July, 1865, the 

following sterling coupons, due July, 1865. 
549 £9 sterling coupons, registered, with 10 per cent 

exchange, at $26 40 

45 £9 sterling coupons, unregistered, with 10 per 

cent, exchange, at $44 

514 £13 10 sterling coupons, registered, with 1() pei 

cent, exchange, at $39 60 

676 £13 10 sterling coupons, usregistered, with It 

per cent, exchange, at $66 .... 

408 £3 sterling coupons, registered, with 10 percent 

exchange, at $8 80 

29 £3 sterling coupons, unregistered, with 10 per 

cent, exchange, at $14 66 

for converting $15,000 silver into gold, for July, 

1865, intere.st 

express charges and cartiige, on $94,200 silver and 

gold, for July, 1865, interest 

4 £13 10 sterling coupon^, registered, with 10 per 
cent, excha-.ige, due July, 1865, at $39 60 

1 £13 10 sterling coupon, uun-gistered, with 10 per 
cent, exclienge, due July, 1865, at $66 

2 £13 10 sterling coupons, unregistered, with 10 
per cent, exchange, due Julv, 1865, at $66 

12 .£13 1«,) sterling coupons, unregistered, with 10 

per cent, exchange, ^due July, 1865, at $66 

2 £13 10 sterling coupons, unregistered, with 10 per 

cent, exchange, due July, 1865, at $66 

in New York during the month of January, 1866, 

the following sterling coupons, due January, 1866: 
546 £9 sterling coupons, registered, with 10 per 

cent. ex.changc, at $26 40 



$498 12 

79 92 

79 92 

133 20 

29 60 

14,493 60 

1,980 00 

20,354 40 

44,616 00 

3,590 40 

425 14 

1,200 00 

■ 274 00 

158 40 

66 00 

132 00 

792 00 

132 00 

14,414 40 



State'' n ent — Continued. 



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Feb. 1:1 
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Sept. 10 

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By paid 44 £9 sterling coupons, unregistered, with 10 per 

cent, exchange, at f44 

' 408 £3 steiliiig coupons, registered, with 10 per cent. 

exchange, at $8 80 

' 28 £3 sterling coupons, unregistered, with 10 pei 

cent, exchange, iit ??14 OG 

' for converting $19,4(50 silver into gold for January, 

1806, interest 

' express charges on .f 20,700, silver and gold, for Jan- 
uary, 1866 interest 

' 4 £13 10 sterling coupons, unregistered, with 10 p>'r 

cent, exchange, due July, 1862, 1863, 1864, 1865, 

at $66 

' 3 £9 sterling coupons, registered, with 10 per cent. 

i^xchange, due January, 1866, at .$26 40 

' in New York during the month of July. 1866, the 

following sterling coupons, due July 1866 : 
' 538 £9 sterling cf«upoiis, registered, with 10 percent. 

exchange, at $22 

' 42 £9 sterling coupons, unregistered, with 10 per 

cent, exchange, at $44 

' 515 $13 10 sterling coupons, registered, with li) 

per cent, exchange, nt $36 30 

' 681 £13 10 sterling coupons, unregistered, with lo 

per cent, exchange, at $66 ' 

■' 407 £3 sterling coupons, registered, with 10 pei 

cent, exchange, at $7 33 

■' 22 £3 sterling coupons, unregistered, with 10 per 

cent, exchange, at $14 66 

" 2 £9 sterling coupons, unregisteied, with 10 per 

cent, exchange, due July, 1866, at $44 

" 2 £13 10 sieiling coupons, unregistered, with 10 

per cent, exchange, due July, 1866, $66 

" 7 £3 sterling coupons, unregistered, with 10 pei 

cent, exchange, due July, 1866, at $14 66 

" 3 £9 sterling coupons, registered, with 10 per cent. 

exchange, due July, 1866, at $22 

" 13 £13 10 sterling coupons,- unregistered, with 10 

pir cent, exchange, due July, 1866, at $66 

" 1 £9 sterling coupon, unregistered, with 10 per cent. 

exehanjre, due July, 1866, at $44 

" 3 £9 sterling coupons, registered with 10 per cent. 

exchange, due Julv, 1866, at $22 

" 4 £13 10 sterling coupons, registered, with 10 per 

cent, exchange, due July, 1866, at $36 30. . . . 



By balance gold $1,539 71 

By balance silver , 532 07 



40 



No. 14. 
Statement of Collections on account of Revenue. 



Received on account of taxes assessed in the year 1863, and prior )'ears. . . 

Received on account of taxes assessed in the year 1864 

Received on account of taxes assessed in the year 1865 

Received for redemptions and sales of property purchased by the State on 
execution and from judgment debtors 

Received on account of swamp land surveys 

Received for hawkers' and peddlers' licenses 

Received for sale of property acquired from Joel A. Matteson 

Received for State lands sold 

Received from commissioners under act of January 12, 1863, as balance un- 
expended of $10,000, appropriated for relief of soldiers wounded at Mur- 
freesboro and Vicksburg 

Received for sale of safe in Auditor's office 

Received from War Fund, transferred, act of Feb. 13, 1865 

Received from United States, on account of war expenses incurred by the 
State .' 



$9,771 42 
349,102 89 
375,214 52 

10,728 69 

2,556 00 

500 00 

134,329 83 

1,500 00 



1,488 53 

1,120 50 

27,429 97 

438,046 84 

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No. 2Y. 

Statement of the Public Debt of the State of Illinois, sliowing the number of 
bonds, class, numbers, denominations, when due, lohere payable, and total amount 
of all outstanding coupon bonds; also, the amount of inscribed stock and amount 
of scrip, and other unfunded indebtedness, outstanding December 1, 1866. 



Number and des^cription of bonds. 



Thirty-one bonds — Illinois bank and internal improvement stock, dated 
July 31, 1837, pa\Mble after 1860 in Xew York (coupons exhausted), Nos. 
21, 22, 23, 37 to "nO, 70, 7i, 73 74, 81 to 89, 623 

Eleven bonds — Illinois internal improvement stock, dated Jammrv 1, 1838, 
payable after 1870 in New York, Nos. 786, 787, 788, 789, 790, "SOl, 802, 
1022, 2457, 245'.t, 2460 

Ten bonds — Illinois internal improvement stock, dated July 1, 1839, paya- 
ble alter 1870 in New York, Nos. 2629, 2632, 2634, 2636, 2639, 2646, 
2658, 2660, 2661, 2604 

Twenty-one bonds — Illinois internal improvement stock, dated May 1, 1840, 
payable after 1870 in New York, Nos. 86, 261 to 266, 287 to 300 

One bond — Refunded stock, dated July 1, 1859, payable in 1860 in New 
York, No. 28 ' 

Seventeen bonds — Refunded cnnal stock, dated Julv 1, 1859, payable in 
1860 in New York, Nos. 15, 16, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 35 to 44 

Two hundred and seventv-eif;ht bonds — Refunded stock, dated July 1, 1859, 
payable in 1S62 in New York, Nos. 2, 6, 11 to 15, 22 to 27, 42, 44, 48, 
51, 52, 56, 58, 60, 61, 72, 75, 82, 85, 105, 106, 109, 119, 120, 124, 125, 
129, 154, 158, 161 to 164, 166, 167, 169 to 172. 187, 188, 214, 241, 254, 
256, 275, 276, 277, 279, 284, 290, 291, 292, 298, 301 to 304, 309, 310, 
336, 339, 343, 344, 345, 349, 350, 351, 355, 356, 358, 359. 361, 362, 388, 
389, 396, 397, 407, 408, 414, 415. 417, 418, 422, 427. 430, 432 <o 441, 
443, 446, 449, 450, 455, 471, 475, 477, 480, 492, 496. 498 to 507, 536, 
538, 539, 540, 553, 555, 561, 582, 590 to 594, 610, 611, 612, 644, 648, 
662. 663, 664, 668, 670, 672, 673, 678 to 681, 683, 6St, 689, 691, 692, 
6'J8, 7u2, 706, 717, 723, 724 737, 740 to 743, 748 to 815, 817, 818, 819, 
821, 847 to 859, 865 to 871, 879, 881, 882, 883, 885, 887, 888, 889, 913, 
914, 915, 918, 919, 920 

Thirteen bonds — Refunded stocK, dated July 1, 1869, payable 1865 in New 
York, i\os. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 16, 17, 18, 21, 38, 39, 40, 41. .'. 

Eighty-four bonds — Refunded stock, dated July 1. 1859, payable 1869 in 
New Yoik, Nos. 7 to 11, 18 to 32. 36 to 40. 45, 47, 51 to' 61, 68 to 73, 
77, 80, 81, 85, 88 to 100, 107 to 110, 112, 113, 141, 143, 144, 146, 147, 
151, 157, 189, 193, 194, 195, 198, 199, 200, 201, 202, 213 

Three hundred and forty bonds — refunded stuck, d- ted July 1, 1859, paya- 
ble 1870 in New York, Nos. 1 to 14, 16, 19, 21 to 28, 39, 41 to 47, 49, 
55, 60 to 94, 97 to 104, 109, 110, 112, 113, 115 to 119, 122 to 125, 127, 
128, 129, 132, 139 to 149, 154 to 163, 167, 174 to 176, 180, 181, 182, 
183, 185 to 188, 190, 191, 192, 196, 197, 202, 205, 2o6, 207, 216, 217, 
219 to 222, 229 to 236, 243 to 246, 248 to 251, 254, 255, 260, 261, 262. 
264, 265, 271, 273, 274, '275, '/77, 281, 287, 290 to 294, 296 to 299, 3(i2 
to 316, 318 to 335, 339 tu 357, 363, 364, 366, 367. 369 to 374, 381, 382, 
387 to 398, 403 to 424, 426, 4-17, 452 to 482, 484 to 495, 499 to 5o2, 504 
to 506, 511, 512, 515, 516, 517, 518, 519. 520, 522 

Eighty-nine bonds — Refunded stock, dated July 1, 1859, payable 18*76 in 
New York, Nns. 1 to 10, 14, 15, 17 to 29, 32, 34 to 50. 62, 53, 62. 63, 69 
to 82, 86 to 95, 99, 101, 102, 104, 105, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 
115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120 

Four hundred and thirty-nine bonds — Refunded stock, d^'.ted July 1. 1859, 
payable 1877 in New York, Nos. 1, 2, 5, 9 to 14, 16, 18 to 22," 27 to 35, 
87 to 40, 42 to 45, 48, 50 to 56, 58 to 65, 72 to 75, 77, 79. SO, 82 to 86. 
88, 90 to 95, 97 to 102. 104, 106, 107, 108, 111 to 119, 123 to 129, 132 
to 138, 149, 152, 154, 156 to 161, 163, 165 to 176, 178 to 182, 185, 189 



Amount. 



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10,000 00 

21,000 00 

1,000 00 

17,000 00 



278,000 00 
13,000 00 

84,000 00 



340,000 00 



89,000 00 



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Statement — CoBtinued. 



Number and description of bonds. 



to 198, 200 to 203, 212, 214, 215, 21*7 to 230, 232, 238 to 2*73, 2*75 to 279. 
283 to 315, 317, 320 to 348, 350 to 369, 371 to 377, 379, 382 tq 387, 389 

to 429, 432 to 449, 452 to 459, 461 to 468, 476 to 521, 523 to 542 

Sixty-ioui- Normal University bonds, dated Juiy 1, 1859, payable 1879 in 

New York, Nos. 1 to 51, 53 to 65 

One hundred and forty-three Thornton loan bonds, dated March, 1861, pav 
able 1879 in New Yoik, Nos. 3 to 10, 13, 15 to 25, 28 to 33, 36, 38, 39, 
41 to 47, 49 to 59, 62 to 68, 70 to 79, 81, 83, 86 to 90, 92, 94 to 99, 101 
to 108, 110, 114, 116, 117, 119, 120, 122 to 135, 137, 139 to 141, 143, 144 

148, 149, 150, 151, 152, 153 to 158, 160 to 179 

Pive hundred and eleven war bonds, dated July 1, 1861, payable 1879 ; 
11,000— Nos. 9, 10, 14, 15, 23 to 61, 64, 65, 73 to 78, 80 to 88, 90, 9), 
94, 97, 98, 101, 102, 104, 105, 106, 109, 114 to 117, 120, 130 to 139, 141 
to 146, 172 to 178, 180 to ]84, 186, 198, 203 to 219, 221 to 225, 247 to 
252, 280 to 283, 291 to 311, 315 to 328, 330 to 334, 3-^7 to 344, 347, 349, 
350, 367, 368, 380 to 385, 394 to 399, 402 to 408, 412, 413, 420, 421, 
425 to 448, 450, 451, 464 to 493. 497 to 502 504 to 534, 537 to 560, 571, 
572, 573, 575, 580 to 583, 586, 587, 588, 594, 611, 612, 619 to 623, 628 
to 634, 636, 641 to 646, 650, 652 to 655, 658 to 666, 668 cu 674. 680,681, 
682, 684, 691, 697 to 700. 706 to 722, 725, 728 to 731, 736. 737, 733,742 
to 746, 748. 749, 750, 811, 812, 836, 838 to 842, 845, 846, 853 lo 859, 
862, 865, 873 884, 885, 887, 888, 891, 892, 895, 896, 9n8, 909, 912, 917, 
919, 921, 926. 930, 932, 934 to 937, 939, 942. 943, 944. 948 to 951, 
953, 954, 955, 961 to 975. 985 to 995, 1020, 1021, 1027,1028, 1029, 1039 
Five hundred and twenty-four war bonds of July 1, 1861, p:ival)le 1879 ; 
$500— Nos. 4, 5, 7, 8, 10 to 23, 25, 27 to 41, 46 to 49, 54, 55, 64 to 68, 
70 to 72. 74, 75, 78 to 104, 106 to 110, 133, 134, 140, 150, 165, 173, 195 
to 238, 241 to 249, 251 to 27n, 273 to 282, 285 to 288, 309 to 312, 314 to 
318, 320, 321, 324, 325 331, 332, 343 to 350, 361 lo 387, 389, 391, 397 
to 432, 438, 439, 469 to 474, 483, 485 to 492. 494, 495, 498 to 501, 5o3 
to 507, 510 to 515, 517 to 521, 525 to 529, 655, 557, 558, 568 to 571, 585 
to 589, 591, 596, 631, 633 to 676, 680, 683, 689, 691, 694, 697, 700 to 
708, 710 to 723, 732, 738, 735, 751. 764, 766 t.. 782, 784 to 7b8, 791, 794 
to 798, 803, 806 to 815, 817 to 822, 824 to 826, 829 to 836, 840 to 844, 
847 to 852, 854, 858, 861 to 870, 872, 875, 876. 877, 884 to 887, 913, 

916, 917, 921 to 924, 938 to 952 

One thousand seven hundred and twentv-two war bonds, of July 1, 1861, 
payable 1879 ; $100— Nos. 11 to 14, '26, 27, 34 to 36, 45 to 48, 50, 51, 
55, 59, 81, 95 to 101, 107 to 109, 142 to 145, 147 to 153, 158 to 162, 
171, 172, 163, 183 to 189, 191 to 195, 199 to 209, 250, 279 to 286, 288, 
317, 318, 320 to 325, 330, 336 to 345, 350 to 353, 356 to 367, 370 to 
379, 383 to 393, 396 to 399, 401 to 410, 412 to 416, 482, 484, 492 to 494 
537, 546, 5-17, 550, 562, 563, 564, 571 to 574, 585, 586, 587, 638 to 656 
665, 666, 668, 669, 670, 681 to 700, 711 to 616, 718, 721, 722, 742 t( 
753, 798, 799, 804 to 813, 840, 841, 849, 901, 956 to 959, 970, 971, 972. 
976, 979 to 984, 990, 991, 993, 997 to 1006, 1019, 1020, 1086 to 10S8, llO.-j 
to 1124, 1140 to 1144, 1169 to 1173, 1195 to 1203, 1214 to 1221, 1251 
1263, 1265 to 1275, 1305 to 1313, 1323, 1324, 1330, 1345 to 1349, 1355 to 
1359, 1372 to 1381, 1395 to 1399, 1401 to 1410, 1442 to 1459, 1461 to 
1471, 1476 to 1481, 1492 to 1498, 1531, 1532, 1533, 1549 to 1562, 1564 
1567 to 1570, 1573 to 1575, 1577, 1586, 1587, 1595 to 1604, 1617, 1618, 
1627 to 1649, 1722 to 1729, 1760 to 17G3, 1765, 1831 to 1836, 1846 to 
1861, 1867 to 1871, 1878, 1879, 1881, 1898 to 1904, 1909, 1917 to 1940 
1942, 1946 to 1975, 2015 to 2019, 2023 to 2029, 2045 to 2049, 2072, 
2073, 2083 to 2090, 2099, 2100, 2104 to 2125, 2146 to 2149, 2155 to 
2159, 2161 to 2164, 2190 to 2199, 2205 to 2236, 2238, 2239, 2240, 2311, 
2331 to 2340, 2350 to 2358, 2362 to 2370, 2414, 2424, 2425, 2435 to 
2442, 2444, 2448 to 2456, 2473 to 2478, 2481 to 24S7, 2493 to 2495 
2518, 2519, 2562, 2385 to 2590, 2596 to 2602, 2609, 2618, 2621 to 2670 
2711 to 2735, 2758 to 2771, 2782, 2788. 2797 to 2800, 2962 to 2970, 



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Statement — Continued. 



Number and description of bonds. 



2977, 3025, 3043, 3044, 3046 to 3108, 3110, 3164 to 3178, 3186 to 3215, 
• 3218, 3248 to 3252, 3258, 3311, 3313 to 3315, 3323 to 3332, 3343 to 
3352, 3354, 3375 to 3378, 3382 to 3400, 3404 to- 3408, 3422, 3425, 3448, 
3484, 3487, 3496 to 35U6, 3509 to 3546, 3565, 3566, 3578, 3580, 3582 to 
3586, 3643 to 3681, 3692, 3731 to 3741, 3746 to 3757, 3760 to 3770, 
3773, 3775, 3782 to 3791, 3814 to 3832, 3847 to 3886, 3901, 3902, 4036 
to 4040, 4075 to 4078, 4086, 4091 to 4100, 4128 to 4141, 4151 to 4200, 
4203 to 4272, 4282 to 4296, 4308 to 4315, 4317 to 4334, 4341 to 43-*o, 
4352, 4353, 4356 to 4365, 4411, 4414 to 4418, 4531 to 4560, 4564 to 
4571, 4576, 4579, 4582 to 4600, 4604 to 4610, 4626, 4631 to 4660, 47u8, 
4709, 4710, 4727, 4736, 4751 to 4796, 4803 to 4823, 4867, 4966, 4967, 
4970, 4972, 4977 

One bundled and fifty §1,000 Illinois and Michigin canal bonds, dated July 
1, 1837, pnvable 1860, in New York, (coupons exhausted) — Nos. 21 to 
25, 99, 101^ 103, 105, 118, 119. 128. 129. 147, 148, 178 to 183, 206 to 
229, 271, 551, 591, 592, 620, 624, 628, 631, 635, 636, 638, 639, 641 to 
646, 650, 651, 654, 655, 656, 671, 672. 676 to 687, 696, 697, 739 to 750, 
754, 782, 783, 797 to 801, 8)4, 815, 825, 832, 835, 838, 840 to 844, 850, 
854, 865 to 878, 880, 883, 885, 886, 889, 894, 911, 916, 917, 918, 920, 922, 
935. 939, 958, 9r,9, 961, 965, 967 

Five hundi'ed and thirty-nine — same class f f bonds, registered, Ncs. 1 to 6, 
11 to 17, 20, 26, 27, 29, 30, 36 to 60, 83 to 86. 89, 91 to 95, 97. 98, 100. 
102, 104, 106, 108, 109, 110, 112, 114, 116, 120 to 127, 131 to 137, 144, 
145, 146, 151 to 165, 169 to 176. 184 to 190, 196, 197, 198, 200 to 205 
230 to 258. 263 to 267, 269, 272, 273. 276, 283, 284, 285, 293 to 299, 301 
to 550, 553, 554, 576. 581 to 585. 589, 590, 594 to r97, 611 to 616, 688 
to 695 709, 710, 711, 736, 738, 776, 780, 781, 784, 788 to 792, 8o3 to 
811, 817 to 821, 823, 824, 826. 827, 828, 831, 833, 834. 836, 837. 845, 
846, 848, 849, 851, 852. 855, 856, 860 to 863, 879, 881, 884, 887, 898, 
903 to 906, 912,913. 914, 921, 9>23, 928, 940, 941, 943 to 957, 960, 962, 
963, 966. 968, 969, 970, 1361, 1362 

Forts -five $1,000 Illinois and Michigan canal bonds dated July 1, 1839, 
payable in New York. 1860. (coupons exhausted), Nos. li>30. 1051 to 
1054, 1056, 1070 to 1073, 1103, 1151, 1153, 1174 to 1178. 1181 to 1183, 
1187, 1202, 1204. 1206. 1210, 1212, 1215, 1217, 1218, 1219, 1229, 1237 
t» 1246, 1260, 1261, 1262 

One hundred and sixty tiiree — same claims of bonds — registered, Nos 1004, 
10-0, 1022 to 1024," 1026, 1027, 1028. 1031 to 1034, 1037, 1039 lo 1049. 
1057 to 1066, lo76, 1078, 1080, 1083, 1085, 1086, lO^^S to 1093, 1096 to 
1100, 1104 to 1112, 1114, 1118 to 1121, 1123. 1124. 1127, 1128, 11.30, 
1132 to 1149, 1152, 1154 to 1168, 1184, 1185, 1186, 1188 to 1196, 1198, 
1199,1201. 1203, 1205, 1207 to 1209. 1216, 1220, 1224, 1226 to 1228, 
1231 to 1236, 1247 'o 1250. 1252. 1254 to 1259, 1264 to 1270, 1273, 1275, 
12*76. 1277, 1280 to 1282, 1299, 1300 , .. . 

Forty $1,001) liiinuis and Michigan carial bonds, dated July 1, 1841, pava 
ble in New York, 1870, xVos. 2, 3, 8, 10, 18, 19, 26, 29, 30, 31, 33, 34, 37, 
42, 51, 55, 58, 59, 60, 66, 71. 72, 74, 87, 99, 103, 104, lo7. 112, 115, 123, 
126, 128, 129, 179, 181. 188. 190. 199, 200 

Sixty- two— S.I me class of bonds, registered. Nos. 6, 7. 11, 12, 14. 17, 21, 25. 
28, 41, 44, 46, 47, 49, 50, 52, 54, 61, 73, 75, 81, 84, 85, 89 to 95, 97, 98, 
100, 118, 119,120,180, 131, 133 tol38, 140to 143,145, 149,150,155, 
156, 159, 160, 177, 178, 191, 192, 193, 195, 196 

One hundred and iweuty-tvvo .$1,000 Illinois and Michigan canal bonds, 
dated .July 1, 1847, payable in Neyv York in ISliO. (coupons exhausted.) 
Nos. 4. 11, 12, 40, 50'. 52, 56, 57, 58, 61, 62, 64 to 67, 91 to 97, 102, 
104, 106, 111, 113, 114, 116, 143 to 146, 199 to 203, 206 to 213, 215, 
226, 254, 2'.»2, 312, --.86 to 390, 420, 465, 565, 566, 576 6S8, 619, 634. 
637, 645, 646, 654, 657. 658. 660. 661. 662. 667. 668, 669, (-,76, 677, 680 
to t)83, 700 711. 712, 722 723, 724, 729, 73.3, 735 to 739. 743, 752. 753, 
757, 765, 766. 769, 771, 773, 781. 786. 791, 794, 800, SOl, 806, 807, 814, 
818, 837, 840, 882, 890, 996,1007, 1008, 1014... 



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Statement — Continued. 



Number and description of bonds. 



Two hundred and twenty-six same class of bonds, registered, Nos. 1, 2, 5 
6, 13, 18, 19, 25, 28, 29, 33, 35 to 39, 70 to 73, 75, 76, 78, 79, 80, 85, 98 
118, 122, 123, 126, 128 to 131, 138 to 142, 149, 156, 161, 164 to 171. 
180, 185, 190 to 196, 236, 243, 244, 246, 247, 257, 261, 262, 263, 269. 
278 to 282, 285 to 288, 299, 300, 301, 325 to 331, 334 to 337, 339, 345, 
346, 349, S50, 351, 353. 355, 356, 358, 361, 364 to 372, 374, 375, 378, 
382, 383, 392, 394 to 399, 401, 402, 404, 405, 406, 4U8, 410, 413, 415, 
416, 422, 423, 428, 429, 431 to 435, 438, 439, 455, 456, 462, 463, 464, 
463, 483, 484, 486, 496, 498, 499, 501 to 503, 508, 509, 510, 514, 517, 
521, 528 to 539, 545, 554, 555, 557, 558, 577, 579, 593 to 597, 608, 609. 
612, 614, 621, 622, 623, 652, 653, 664, 665, 686 to 689, 691, 694, 695. 
697, 706 to 710, 731, 750, 774, 775, 1000, 1001, 1003, 1006, 1010, 1011. 



101'. 



Thirty-two £225 sterling Illinois and Michigan canal bonds, dated April, 

1839, payable in New York 1870, Nos. Iu05 to 1009, 1011, 1022, 1025, 
1036 to 1041, 1043, 1047, 1056, 1058, 1059, 1065 to 1068, 1073, 1074, 
1078, 1087, 1093,1097, 1098, 1099, 1100 

Thirtv-eight same chiss of bonds, registered, Nos. 1004, 1010, 1012, 1013, 
1015, 1018, 1021, 1023, 1024, 1()27, 1030 to 1034, 1042, 1044, 1046, 
1051, 1054, 1060 to 1063, 1069, 1071, 1077, 1079, 1082 to 1085, 1088, 
1090, 1091, 1092, 1094, 1095 

Twenty-nine £100 sterling Illinois and Michigan Canal bonds, dated June, 

1840, payable in London 1870 Nos. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 10, 11, 12, 13, 27, 33, 
34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 42 to 52, 71 

Four hundred and eight same class of bonds, registered — Nos. 1, 2, 8, 9, 28 
to 32, 40, 41, 53 to 73, 75 to 450 

Six hundred and ninety-eiglit £225 sterling Illinois and Micliigan Canal 
bonds, dated April, 1839, payable in London 1870— Nos. 79 to 140, 142 to 
152, 155 to 180, 182, 183, 184, 190 to 218, 668 to 833, 885 to 1008, 1014 
to 1039, 1042 to 1052, 1059 to 1()62, 1064, 1065, 1066, 1068 to 1077, 1079 

. to 10S9, llU2to 1113, 1126 to 1137, 1146 to 1153, 1167, 1169, 1171, 1173, 
1201 to 1285, 1295 to 1305 

Five hundred and eighteen same class of bonds, registered — Nos. 1 to 78, 
141, 185 to 189, 249 to 306, 308 to 667, 1010 to 1013, 1168, 1170,1172, 
1286 to 1294 

Forry-thiee £300 sterling Illinois and Michigan canal bonds, dated June, 
18"^40, payable in London 1870— Nos. 81, 85 to 91, 145 to 151, 170 to 186. 
212 to 2i6, 536 to 541 

Five hundred and fortv-nine same class of bonds, registered — Nos. 6 to 77, 
79, 80, 82, 83, 84, 92 to 144, 152 to 169, 187 to 211," 217 to 533, 542 to 6U0 

Inscribed Stock: 

New internal improvement stock, issued under act of Feb. 28, 1849. . 

Interest bonds, i.^.sued under act of Feb. 28, 1847 

Interest bonds, i.ssued under net of Feb. 18, 1857 

Liquidation bonds, issued under act of Feb. 10, 1849 

Internal improvement scrip and unfunded indebtedness 



Amount. 



$113 000 00 

32,000 00 

19,000 00 

12,888 89 

90,666 67 

698,000 00 

259,000 00 

57,333 33 

366,000 09 

1,765,526 43 

1,077,886 47 

68u,469 23 

198,372 00 

42,909 19 



Total indebtedness, Dec. 1, 1866 ^8,638,252 21 



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